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DAILY CAIRO BULI
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING, NOYEMKER 11. 1880.
NEW SEKIES-NO. 11G.
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iw.ii' iiih.v be funnd In Tut Bui.i rnh
it O i'atlor A I'u.. Connueri-la) avenue Mini Nine-
ti culb iri:'T.
ioi uni A' Jtf.rtliTli-.k, Wh Ave., ror. Kljtlilli.
Ni-v York huiri', (. Cutler 4 l' . Cor Nine
'i .'inh and Couiliierdul.
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ji-'.ti W. l.oiti'bKifihih crr-ei.
ui vV . JikkWa. Kk'hlhneart uiinucrriai
iir H W Wlil'iloik, iHil'iiUiinrti UI avenue.
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tl. H. Cuid" No TflOlilo ievweutp n(1r).
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.lh- ul MiM.Mippi 1'eutml Ilailruada luo at
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Way .V. for Nirro.n (air;" Kullru'I rlon- al
Cairo aud KvtrvIV.f I.".er foute do a s' 'J:
I in. rtaliv teirept rrt.lv, i.
hki iu. muotouy.
l.t ir X. It. Tbi.U'wood.
''KKunirt-r- Kdward Df-gont:.
' .'lrk: (ictit.i. J. Kul-t.
oeaaelor- -Wot. B. Ullbert.
I'Voruey -William lirndrlrk
WUKD UP AI.DnkHCM
"irni WirJ- M. J. Ilowlrr.
tiuvonU Ward David T. Llnejrar. C. K Wood-
Third Want -W. P. Wright. Kh'hfri Smith.
oerth Ward :hrl'f . miliT. Jme yniiiu
".fk WM -T. W. UUidy.Etul It. I'rtttt.
..'troult JJj- D. J. Uki r.
Mrcult '-tk -.1. A. IU-v.
i;aniy Juiia-.-R. . Vm uiu
county Cli-rk-8. J. Uaram.
:,'oouly Alliniy-W. L'. M ilky
Stenff John Hodi-i'ii.
'Juron'r Hi?. t
nitnijr l'oicnili,ioui,r"'r V. lli'.liiJ.-,
M. tiib'ju. hujn-jl Erili-J.
CH IT.CI1 KS.
A H'k'mit nd t'Jr ir-"-t : Tvlo aihutti )l
M. E.-Kourti-eiith utrnrl. bplrn
in. r.d -::. p. m.; S;tnly Schiiol 1:) p. m
I 'HRlSTlAi MSDifPDtD utr'ct: mr'iin; fio
I', l KaiK 1iii.hi ti in: urctchiliV ocf Mor.lilv.
iHUHt'U OP THE KEDEBMKK-(EpliropI)
' FourUaln tr.t; Banaay nornitit pryr
Oi'tt . m.; evculn;; pmrr. I :W p. in.; nundiy
" buol V."M k. m. rrldny er.-uinj; priytr 7 :3U p. m.
1JIR8T M18MI0XARY BAPTIST CHritCH -r
Vrvcbi2t JOJID. m.. S p. m., and ":J0 p. m.
'ibth cbKil it 7:30 p. in. !!. T. J. HhOM,
IinHF.RAS -ThlrwfBili trf.-f. n-nri.fn Sub-
hib l:3U m.; .Sunday nhoo) S p m. Iter.
f KTIl'JDIST-(Mr. Eit'lith tad WilunHtrrpm;
M rn'Jtcblnjt Sntbath 10:4) si. tnd 7 p.m.;
nfr met-Hut. WedndY 'M p. m.; Sunday
rb'ool. t m. Hi'?. Whlttakrr. parlor.
PHEHBYTEHIAN -Klitbtb utrcet: prm hjne on
Habbalb at 11 ID a. n. and 7:) p. ra.; pnyr
iMilna WedndT at 7:Jlp.tu.; hunday .vbool
3 p. ai. Hn. B. V. ueoxif, pator.
irmvn rnrv.U"lI t. R UTIsT - tfi(.i th
trf.-t. hrtwr.'n Waliinl andtVdjr ciret, acr-
:- ifabbMb tl 1 and T:.XI p. in.
' T. .tOSKPH'H -(lioman ratiullri orcr t.roM
and Walnut trrt; aerrlim Jiaiuain iu:wa.
i.; Sunday Sctool at 2 p. m.; VpT i p. m.; li t
every day at tl p. m.
UT. PATBI:K'W -ttloman Catholic) Corner Ninth
itMi bA wah neian avtnnr: wmrm nab-
ti and 10 a. m.; Vi-ppora i p. m. ; Bandar Hthool
I p. m. : fervltwii en ry day at 8 p. in. ntv. r. aoei,
IVvroM.vx s camsTUN tkmpeuanck i
l' ION. bold l! riitalar urekly ronnlnR In
i ball of the Cairo Temperance Hf form Clan, vr
try Tbumday afternonn. at 3:3U o'rlnek. Kvrry-
Ijdy la li
Mf la Inviti-u to aiuua.
3 K0R0E N. LEAfU, M. !..
rhysit ian and Purjotm.
Mj.jcial attotiliiin nald to lh Ilotni-opstliic inat
not of anrlcal di'uarci. and diai-aara ul wuntt'n
Oflke: So. f Eiehth n'roi-t, ni"ar Cutuniervljil
'no, Cairo, Ilia.
y U. MAKEAN, M. D
lloraeopathif Physician and Snrgeon.
flee lffl Commercial amntte. Realdenc corni-r
Konrtt euth Ht. and Waablncton arenue, i iiro.
)R. E..W. WIIITLOCK,
ippici No. Lie Commercial Avcnaf, liflwern
gbta and Niutb Strovu
)U. W. C. JOCELYN,
MCE Elshtk Street, nrar Cotnmerrial Arenan.
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. nALMDAT, Prtnldent.
D. L. UALLIUAY, Vtee-Praaldent.
THUS. W. HAIXIDAY. Caabler.
fain TATtOR, W. P. HALLTOa T,
limr i., iu.Dtl, . n. otmNmnnAM,
b. wnxuataoNi irrapniN aniD,
cbaniro, Coin aad United State Hood
DOUOHT AND SOLD.
"iMMltarfteolTtd aad I (cacrtl linking baalu
c. ;c. c.
DOYL 12' S
OATJFOItNI A CRAYON COMBDYCO.
Will apjMiar at tbo
A. I T I :H ! Ii INIEIUIM
LiiuiMui iuvumuei II III, 100V.
la the Beautiful Boclety Drama.
A FEW ntESS
WK HAVE I'LKNTY OF THEM.
The U-t company wtich lias ier ipw.-n l
in Scdaba. 'Scilalia News
We chnxot speak in loo liigh oi i'.u
Cravon Coraedy Corepacy. Kana City Times.
Thio C'cmpany U
lT.t there are few letter. St.
Th; California Crayoc Comedy Cotspaoy haa wca the
he arts tf our pcrple. Every member U a true artiit, ta!
mtcJ and reCncd, and arc complete master? cf the clir
artrrs they percnate.--f AUaCa!iforrjaj3
Ttw perfoimauces have; plcwed our public so weil a&
tlmt of Miriam ' Criine, aod few compaaicj that have
inaileso many frienda here a the "Crayon.' TLcy will
aKaya I welcomed back to San Fracciflcc San Frta-ciJ-coEveniuj:
Iioyle' California Crayon Coicedy Cotcpajy ba docc
the bu.ice?5 of the. week, aod well descried it Th
Htt.'Dilaccc on the tlrat night wa.s much bettor than
tapeited, but towards the close of the week "standing
room oeIv' wa arjnonnced f aeh night. rJkcrsmfuto
The California Crayon Comeiiy Company has captured
the rharniiog soubrette uf Pope "a Theatre, Miss Ttsaie
Ieagle. She is a good cipture, and will add one more
feature of merit to this already excellent Ccmpany. rSt.
The escelltnt acting was much asoiatcd by the beauty
style and finish of the rich wardrobes worn upon t!
ccrasioD. ;Srd Jose Times.
Miss Bella K. Williams, leading lady, sustained her
part admirably, drawing the sympathy of the audience to
herself from the ttturt and sustaining it to the end. Her
powers of emotion are very great. Miriam's Crime was
well played and beautifully set in scenery. San Francis
A uc play well rendered. Omaha (N;b.) Bee.
Anil Many Others Omitted from Lack
RKMEMBER THE DATE,
Thursday Niirlit. November 11th, 1880.
A. I T ! H. I K I N IEIUIM
Reserved Seat(. -
IJnt'i Vrd ertU for
i.. mi. iorn
a compaiatiyeij uew cn.,
Jt (Mc.) Herald '
- t -
Suie by D. HATtlrwn,
UKBIKI' 5 "JAXK.
Hy vlrtua of an exoctilion Im'iml out ol tlif
ClrtU'a tiblr.o of tbi clrru't emirt r Alexunrii'r
CilDty,andtat8or Illinois, and to nut dlrrrtud,
bercby 1 am eommaudud U mnl.e the ambiit'.t of
a certain udrnioiit rucentlyobtulncd uijuinut Jamcn
(',. Kankla, In favor or HoutbwtnU'ru lnurnnce
Company, out of the luiidn, teumiiKiiia iioodii and
chattlen of tiiald JamuaC. ttaukln, I linvo lovitd
on the fulliiHini d-f.rlbiid proerty, Uvwit: Lotn
numbvie I twouty-flte (Hi), twenty-m (ll), twnity-feve-u
(47) and Iwenty-ulKlitOM), In Wiirk tiumlien-d
four (4) lu the third addition to tl.e city m Cairo,
UlinolH . Therefore, ai-.cordinir to aald command.
I hll ftpi.iB lor ile at pnbllc aucllnn, all the
right, title and lutareat of the abo naraud Jamci
C. Itankln lu and to tbo above deacrlbcd property,
at li o'clock, a. m.,ou Monday tliotiltj day of lt
eeutier, 1), at the weatcrly door of toe court
homo In the city of Cairo.
Dated at Cairo, HUuols, thli K'tti day of Novem
osr, I1W. JOHN HOilOKH.
IOB 3 ALU. -A new Job ofllco. uiniplotein eivtry
partlior. and Juil what la aiOud for Uio run
of Job. pamphlet and other work In trtiall towiiH.
TLe material ar all carefully aclttU'd at tiie foun
dry bv a Job prluler ol J i era etpwieLOS. Typ!,
borderx, uie . are of tba la'.tbt ti-, und la ii jr
foci order. Toe pivaa ia i-lRhtb mcdlniu. Vor
partlcuUra.addrcai "A," card of Hui'.otln oflice,
NOTICK TO COTBACTOU8.
Ornri of Citt fuwt ,
Caics, Hu, Oct , t m
Stfa'.rd propo'lawlt1ba rrcived at UIh tlirc,
directed to toe City Council of th city of Cairo,
tintll 5 o'clock n. in. ( ldey, Noveui!er Hlb,
lti--(0, lor luroil.iLg the material and doing the
work, or Coint tho work rn'c-'ftnary foe
tho construction nod r coiie'.ructiou of
the following aidewillta, vix: To b
cotntrartd ofood: Un thu tiortt.eriy t,Jc of
Twaifth utrert, from Wai-hiugton aveni'.t- to Wal
r.nt itrivjt ; on the nor'Lorly aldo of Fonrtnenlli
Htreet. Iu frout oT tot No. at. 31. ST., W and :rf in
bock No. 7S. To be reconstructed of nood: On
thewcstHrly nldeol Wai-blcstoi avolitto from I'ifth
to Sixth atreeu.
To ba com-trucW of brirk: On sortber'.y side of
E!nbt!i tref t from Cominer ial to W Kr.iugtn av
enue; On both aicta of aixth atreet from I.tree
atrtet to Corurucrr.itiJ isv!nuf. To t' rcrouatruct
I'd of ctniiari' or eravtl. iu lieu nf old wooden
w.11l8, ou tbeaoatli aid" of Thirty -fourth utreet
fruin Conmi'r'iT.iil arenui- to a point 75 fft east
front bycarooroatrtot; n aroylot-d by ordinnnce
o. fi'j,' approval S'litrtmbcr .Ttlt, ivn, which Ih oh
flla iu llile and Hubje:( to eitruli.aiion at any
The ruth', to rti?.:tany and ill Mil rowed t,y
the city. l. J. rOl.HV, City CWrk.
A ft fit week in your owatown, fT ontflt fren. No
t)ilrik. l;md r, if you went n bnlnii at
whlih ersot. of either aex can maie ureal
dy aJlth thre ihe? work, write- for parUcul.ira to
H. UALI K IT Jt CO..PorUiid.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI U'y.
inravniMw xrv BY..
TIMR TillLK Or rAAiRN'OliR TRAINH 'l!OM
viNraM:s (Nov. I'.0, 1?79.)
No. i Day r.ipr?.' (Ksn-pt huudayc . .. 1 ; 1 p. ni.
' C Kprea I Except Suudjy). 1:35 p.m.
" 4 Nljiit lixpren (Daily; - U MJit.m.
No 5 F.xprf;Rxccpt Sunday) t:0!;a. m.
1 Day Exorm (Ex.:vpl Siu-ds) . . . p. m.
" 3 Mubl lixpre 'JialiyV 1 . iu.
J ILIUM. C. S. C'OKK. Jtt.,
Ajetit Vihwr.ae Ci-Mi Tieket As't Ci joifiniU
CAIRO A: ST. LOUIS U. Ii.
SUOUTIM1 SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AM) ST. r,cns.
1 hror.(,-b Kipn U:s Ca''o :Wi.m.
Tbroiiijli Knprn-i arriTt-s at E. t. LouU.. 5:Wp.m.
Through Kxpr4 leave K. SI. Lout.... 9K)0a.ia.
Thro'cja Kiproa' arrive at Cairo 5:10 p. iu.
Murpnj'uuracc,,mmocUliotili'8vCftlro 1 :30 p.m.
Mfpby'ihorti Ac.ivrrlV"-atMnrpliHboro tfflp.m.
Murphysboro Aic it-area Murphysiioro .. SX'a.m.
urpliVtl'orc Acc. a.rlvu at Cairo 11 :'Aa.m.
The Cairo & St I.ouU K.tll Road U the only all
Kail UouM bctHoen Cairo and St. Loo Ik under one
nianafreotett, therefore there are no delay at
way autione awaiting connections from other linea.
Cloae and eare ronnectlona at ."t. I.oui wltkotker
line for North. Eat aud We.
J. A. JiArOLB. 1. M. JoIINSOX.
Aanl Oetfral M.iuarer.
LLIXOIS CKNTRAL R. It.
Shortest anil Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chieairo.
The Only Lino liuiiiiiup;
Makino DiuFxrr Connkoxukv
Tbaiks Lx.vic Cviiui:
,'t: 1 5 1 in. Mail
Arriving lu St. I.ouia 9.-40 a m.; Chlraii,s::aj p.m.;
Conueeti.-.g at Odin aod KrUoKlvam for Cincin
nati, LouUvUle. Indlauapolnand p"lnt Kail.
I l:lo i,m. Ht. ItoitiN ftml NV"Htrn
ArrlTlni In St. I.oali TK p, i., and connecting
for all poltjta Weal.
'-ItO p.m. l'at Kxiu'wm.
Kor8t . Loula and Chicago, arriving at hi. Lmi4
10: iO p m., aud CUIcano 7:) a.ra
p.m. Clnoinnnti ICxprefsw.
Artlvln; at Cluclnuatl 7:IM a m.; Louilll 7:1
a m.; Inillauapulla 4:0i a.m. Pawner by
thia tmln reach the above point 1 J to 'Mi
lluL Ks lu advance of any other route.
nrTh4:40 p. ra. txptvt tM PULLMAN
hLtKI'INOCAK Cairo to Cinclnnail, without
chanire, aud through, tleoparalo bt. i,oal aud
Fast TTmo East.
I aSStllCln cm pnlnta without any ri.lay
cauaod by Mnndav Intervenlnd. The Katurday after.
noon Irwin from Calm arrive la now York Monday
morninKatlK:, Tblrty-alx boon lu advance of
auy otbur roote.
WVor tkronirh ticket and further Information,
applrat 1 lllnota Central lUilroad Depot, Cairo.
4KB. JOUN30N, J W. JONKfl,
Ovn. Honthnm Aicenl Ticket Airent.
A. U . HANSON, Uoo 1m, Agint. Chicago,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
(H rt'AOO M.VHKK.l.
Cjiicaco, iVoycmber 10, 10 a, u.
Pork -January M 1.11 17.'..,'.
Corn --November, 1 1 pjc ; Dceember,
OaU- DireiulH-r, 31 ?8c.
Wheat N'orember, $1 01't; 1 i-ceuiber,
(31 03 .
CuiCAi.o, November 10, I0:ti( i. m.
Pork November, fl? V; Junuary,
0:ts-- N'ovi iiibci. '10 ?8c; IVccmbcr,
(?oni November, 1 1 ,?Ke : ll'Tuilicr, i i 'j
Wheat -Noveutlier, t 0t'4 ; Deceinlier,
CuH AiiO, NoveniUi 10, 1 I-. m. -Pork
-November,? 'i 40.
Lard -November, $H 13.
Wheat Woveni'K-r. 1 04 ; OeteuiU i,
Corn Nuvemlwr, l;8c; Deri-iuber,
4 2 .
OiU November. o0?e; IVrnnber.
NK'.V VOltK (ill.Vl.N.
New YoitK, November. 10, 12:01, p. i.
Wliet irregular-Chicago, 1 18
yl 20; 'o. 2, 20&1 '21; rd
winter, $1 17(1 35: No 2 red winter,
$1 I'OJRU 20
0m fjitiet No. ', flOJiile.
Livf.itiooi., November 10, 2:00 r.
Wheat and corn unchanned.
CAPITAL CKISHES THE PEOPLE.
From Forney' Pronx.
Ti ksday NinnT, Nov. 2. The telegraph
bus just flashed the fate ot C!en. Hancock,
and the fame streets that rang with delir
ious cheers over his peerless valor at Gettys
burg, on the morning of the 4 th of July,
lrjOo", the same hearts that throbbed with
gratitude over the opportune arrival which
saved Philadelphia from tire and spoil, now
ring nnd throb with delirious and ingrate
joy over his defeat for president of the
United States by a man denounced by his
own iai1y as venal aud corrupt. What
a comment on the vox populi vox Die ! As
I recall my own part in this last drama
with pride unspeakable, regretting only
that I could not do more I would, to-morrow,
repeat the act of gratitude to a great
soldier I feel that the men who have done
this thing w ill soon feel the chastening rod
of their own consciences. . .An. act more
cruel, causeless and shameless wai never
perpetrated. Men calling themselves bet
ter than others hive wrought a work of
hute without parallel. The ovcr-virtuotis
of groat communities have struck hands
with the mot vicious classes to spread tho
infection of a new sectionalism among a
forgiven people, and a? they see whom they
have, struck and whom they have lifted up
over Hancock, they turn from the contract
But let the prist go. Let the dead past
bury the dead. We now face the empire,
aud there U but one great force to meet it,
the democratic party. Garfield only tills
the g:ip for Grant. I write this name with
a new feeling, that of profound regret that
one I loved m well should sink so low.
First the defender of the forgiven South,
(hen its defamer. First eager to honor
Hancock for his virtues, then to houad him
as an enemy. And this is the man who
now wants to play the part of a king here
after. How, in the face of all these loud
shouts over the defeat of Hancock. I think
of the sceuo on the blasted heath where
Macbeth moots the weird sisters:
'First Witch: All hail, Macbeth; hail to
thee, Thane of Glainis.
"Second Witch : All hail, Macbeth ; hail
to thee, Thaue of Cawdor."
"Third Witch : All hail, M acbeth ; thou
shalt bo king hereafter."
First the general ot our armies, then
president, and king hereafter. How won
derful tho resemblances. Aud mark what
Macbeth said of his dream of ambition to
his wife in her letter describing his inter
"They met mo in the day of success, and
I have learned by the perfeetest re
port that they have more iu them
than mortal knowledge. When I
burned in desire to question them fur
ther, they made themselves air. Uito which
they vauUiod. While I stood rapt in the
wonder of it came missives from the king,
who hailed me 'Thane of Cawdor,' by
which title these weird sisters saluted me,
and referred me to tho coming of time,
with 'Hail, kiug thou shaltbet This have
I thought good to deliver thee, my dearest
partner of creatness, that thou mightest
not lose the dues of rejoicing by being ig
norant ot what greatness la promised thee.
Lay it to thy heart, and farewell."
Why not, gentlemen? The path of em
pire is as plainly reached by the present
triumph of money over patriotism, of terror
over truth, as if it were lighted by a new
planet. The means and the convenanta are
all patent to one end, An army of office
holders are organized, backed by a battery
of banks these tho forces to tight, and
Garfield and the instrument to lead to the
throne in 1864. That ia tho plot. It ia
bold. It ia clear. Aro we ready for it?
Over four million of democrat voted for
Gen. Hancock to-day j they answer: Ready,
ayo ready 1 Thtrn ahould bo no despond
ency or nny delay. They have a thousand
interests to preserve their ranks, local du
ties and local candidate?, and now to these
they add tho Imperative call to active and
constant work against tho clearly defined
conspiracies of empire. A perpetual guard
of office holders, an eihaustlesa treasury,
public and private, t suborned press and a
great community of reluctant slaves at the
pons, means empire and nothing else.
i anioniy one ot tno millions who voted
for Hancock to-day, and what I can do to
aid in this rrrcat work is icadv. The dem
ocratic party holds tho fort of the future.
its reserve is tun retugo ol all bravo mea
pledged to hostility to this new reign of
capital. Ifs tremendous resources will
prove the rescue of tho republic froia tre
mendous perils. '1 here is need necessarily
for instant organization. Iu this hour, when
the republicans aro exultiner over a nur-
chased victory, let the democracy of the
whole nation set their houses in order for
the great struggle of the future.
ClirsiIKO TllUTH IN A RISING AT
TITUDE. Wall .Street Xi!y New.
Monday afternoon a stranger, whoso
whulo .'ippeanmee was a dead giveaway oa
his empty pockets, entered an office in Ex
change plnce and asked:
"Do I look like a missionary about tw
sail for India?"
"No, sir," was the prompt reply. ,
"That's right. I like people to be tmnk
with me. Do I lovk as if I could convert
any great number of heathens if I should
turn missionary?" , . .
t'Oood again. Would you advise me t
turn missionary S"
"Thank.s. I see you are a busnuss man.
I'm another. I came in here calculating
to tell you that I wa. a missionary about
to suil for India, and ak you for a small
donation. You wouldn't have given me a
cent, would you?''
"That's plumb, and it pleases me. Now,
then, I'll tell you the truth. I've, no money,
nothing to do, don t want work, expect to
have a close rub this winter, and will be
much obliged for the loan ot 10 cents."
"Can't spare it."
"Not even when I U.l! you the truth?" J
. "No, sir."
"Then voud;-n't care whether I lie or tell
"No, sir. I can't see how it affects mo
"Very well. It .Iocs nic good to find a
frank, h r.est man. and, on tho whole, I'm
not disappointed. If you had lent mo a
dime it would have went for whisky and
been wanted; if you had believed me I
should have lied to you. Seems as if you
might recommend me to some ono in tho
block ou whotn.a pleasant lie would have
effect; but I won't press the. matter. Au
VARNISH ON THE CHL'KCH PEWS.
There was the queerest scene at one ot
the churches last Sunday. It seems that
during the vacation the scats had been
newly varnished, and some luw the varnish
was not right, as it was terrible sticky.
You know when you pull anything off of
sticky vnruish that it cracks.
Well, the audience had all
iiot seated when the minister got up
to give out the hymn, and as the basement
of his trousers let loose of the varnish on his
chair there was a noise like killing a fly on
the wall with a palm leaf fun. The minister
looked around at the chair to see if he was
all present, and that no tuilty man'
pants had escuped, and read the hymn.
The choir rose with a sound ol revelry,
and after the tenor had s wal h. wed a
lozene and tho bass had coughed up a
piece of the. frog and the alto had hemmed
and the soprano had shook out hcrpolonaise
to see if the varnish showed on the south
side, the audience began to ri,e. One or
two deacons iiot up first with sounds like
picket firing in the distance on the eve of
battle, and then n few more cot up, and the
rattling of the unyielding varnish sminded
as though the fight was becoming moto
animated, and then the whole andience cot
on its feet at once with a sound of rattlin?
musketry. The choir sang, "Hold the Fort."
When tho orchestra had concluded tho
people sat down tringerly, the services were
short and alt went home praying for the
man that painted the seats.
The validity ot Mr. Hayes' title may al
ways be questioned, and Ids administration
criticised, but the payment of one dollar
Civee a valid tirle to one bottle of Dr.
Pierce's Medical Discovery, and its admin
istration can never bo criticised in enses of
coughs, colds, incioient consumption, and
general debility, for leading physicians of
all schools endorse the Discovery and pre
scribe it in the practice. Sold by drug
gists. Jl'ST WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS!!
HKKK IT IS AT LAST!!
MAGN I FICIENT EXCURSION ! !
Nrw Orleans ami to Tkxas Via Naw
Ou December 2d, 1S0, at b o'clock a.
m., Col. U. S. Coi!tns,thc old excursionist,
will start from Cuiro, Illinois, with another
one of his magnitlcient special trains, first -chisa
iu every respect, including palace
sleepers sml refreshment couch, and run
through to New Orleans, over the. Chicago)
St. Louis and New Orleans railroad, mak
ing close connection at New Orleans with
the Star and Crescent Line railroad, fur
Houston and San Antonio, Texas.
Fare for '.he round trip to New Orleans and
return from Cairo, $12.50.
To Houston and return from Cairo.
To San Antmio and return from Cairo,
Tickets will be on sale at ail editions on
tho Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans
railroad, bctwecu Cairo and McComb City.
Tickets good ijoing only on special trnin.
Good returning on all regular trains, op to
and including December 17th, 1880.
Special arrangements at roduced rates
have been made with the hotels and thea
tres, for tho benefit ot the excursionistt.
Tho attention of tho ladies ia pnciaUy
invited to this charming trip to the Sunny
South, nnd the gay city of New Orleans.
For further information, addrea,
E. A. Collins, U.L.Collins,
Gen'l Correspondent, Gcn'l Manager,
Milan, Tcnn. Milan, Tin