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fUlKOBAPTllT. -Corner Tenth and Poplar
xyiireeu; pruachlUK am ana intra aunaaya in
eacnmontn,u a. m.mia7:3ip. rnspreyer mom.
iqjc mumaay, 7:w , m. ; sunaay acnooi, e.ra
Kuv. A.J. II ESS I'aetor.
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rourteenin iireei; ounuay v;wa m.. uoly
.iirnariii; v:au . m., ououny ncnooi j 'iiuia.m.
Morning i'rftyur ; 8:1)0 p. m., Efealng I'rayer. K,
r. vavenpori, a. i. n. necuir.
.MUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST OHUMCH.-
V i'tradilng l Hi:) a. n... S p. in., and 7:80 p. m
al.naib ichool at 7:aO p. m Hey. T. J. Shore
I ITHKKAN-Tnlrteeutb tritj larvice Bab-
u nam i :;u a m.; snnday tcbool lp m. Kef
Knttj'pe, pat r.
MKTIIUDIMT-Cor. Eighth and Waiuut treet,
I'racbliii Sabbath lhno. m. and 7:30 p.m.
ruuuay o uuui el :w p. m. KUV. J. A. HCirrall,
IJliKSItYTltKIAN -Klhtb atreet; preacnla on
balibaib it 11:00 a. m. and 7:) p. m.; prayer
uiucuiiir euueenay ai cnp. m.; sunaay gcbvol
i op Hi. ive p. i , ueorjc, paetor.
OT. JOHKl'iI 8--,Hotnao Catholic) Comer Croat
-- uii naiuut mrasia; lorvicea nainatu iu;ooa.
a.; bu tinny School at 2 p. in.; Vranera 3 p.m.; ear
nee every day at B a. m. Hev. U'liara, Prteat.
LIT. I'ATRICKB-iHoman Catholic! Corner Ninth
O etreet and Washington aveuue; enrvtce Sab-
Bain a ana lua. m.; veeper 1 p.m.; Manday ftcLool
w. iu. Riirvir.sn every oay at a a. m. Kev. u.utu'reou
Mr. R. FIi'ZUEIlALD a!itbnrlz.:e aa to an
Bonnce him aa a candidal) fur re-election t) the
office of Coroner of Alexander connty at Ihi corn.
Cg November electiou.
SCHOOL aUPIS NT IN DK NT.
We are authorize ! to announce thit Mra. P. A
Taylor inan luduycudunt candidate :or rd-elcciiou
to tbeofllcj of tio inty Superintendent uulilic In-
trnctluiiK, auhject to tbo decision of the voters of
We are authorised to announce that Mr L. C.
OIBBi, of Theb-. Ii a candidate for the offlce of
County Superintendent of School at the ensuing
Wo are authorized to anoouoca that Mr. SAMU
EL J. IIL'MM will be an Independent candidate
for the office of County Clark at the coining Novem
We are anthnru-d to eunouuee that THOU AS
J. CKAIO, ol Uod('- Park, i a can tidal Tor tba
officeof Count. I'ouituU-ionurat the enduing No
WeareauthirlsvdtoatatcthaiMr. J. R. MUX
CAIIRV, ol Commercial Point, will be a candi
date for County Commlnaionor at tbo coming No
Wr ari a ilhoru'.'il tu auunuuco that H. A. P.
VII, HANKS, of JefTeraon conity, U a candldata
for cltr4 oftne App illate Court In tha Fourth
DIvIkI in uf Illinois, aabject to tba declalon of a
run vntinn of tba Democratic party
Wo are auth rled to auuounca Mr. JOHN
IlOD'iKh at a candldata for euan! of Alexander
Ed. Bulletin: l'lt-aae annonuca my naaa aa the
caudldate of the peopU fur tha olrlce of County
J ml ire at the Nova ruber election. JL'.-irUSK.
.V - tuthorlMl to annonnra the name of
WALTKK WAHUSKatacandidaefortnu oSca
of Couuty i uiUo of Alexander County .
We are authorised to announce Juatlca JOHN
II. KOBINHOI aa an Independent candidate for
Connir Jiiili-at tnc cuiuinn MoV'-'mo"' r-irHon.
We are anthonced to annono Mr. MII.BS f.
TAKKKH aa an In l'P'nduul candidate for ttea
nrcr of Al xaud-r coauly at the coming Vovembur
flf t on. -
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY BY CnAS. CUNNING
:30A. M. NoTtmber 4, ItWS.
November. December. January.
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at if) 40
Pork 19 0n ,
-i- iO V. M.
Wheat-l'Scara winter. 1ST can aprlng.
Corn-l?i cara. tW.WW bunhol Canal.
We clip tbo following notice of tbo Cairo
public schools from the Illinois School
Journal, published at Bioouiington:
" l'horo are four schools in all, and twen
ty teachers, (our ot tliein colored. All are
anxious to make their work so excellent
that it will bear close inspection mid dis
arm unfriendly criticism.
The schools opeueiiou Monday, Oct. 2,
with an enrollment of one thousand. The
readiness with which all the minor details
were adjusted under the new administra
tion, the good order of tho pupils, and the
Bkillful work of the teachers, jave proof of
careful aud ByBtomatic habits formed dur
ing previouayears. 8uch men are Bur
lingham, Alvord and Uigley.hive left a de
cided impress here, and there lius.been
some flue work doue. These schools have
received from somebody an impetus in tho
right direction. We propose to take no
steps backward, but Intend to continue in
tho line of progress, and wo shall be heard
of at the educational conters of tho state
The high school building is oue of tho best
and neatest school hous in the State. On tho
third floor is the high school proper, with
two recitation rooms, and an office for the
superintendent. The large room is a hand
some apartment, beautifully and tastefully
orunmented with the busts, in bronze, of
four authors, two plaster casts ot famous
statuary, and several oil paintings. For
musical purposed, we have a tino piano, aud
a largo supply of Loomis' Progressive
Chorus Hook. Tho ontiro buillnir is fur-
- nishud with gas fixtures, and on every floor
are wasii-rooms, lowel-racks, looking
glares, etc. Tho high school has a fair
apparatus, a cabinet of mineral specimens,
auo a very won selected library, contain
ing tho American Cyclopedia, Uro's Diet
jonsry, and other stanard refereuce works,
besides nearly all tho prominont English
and American history and belles-lettres.
Literature work in the high school this
year begins with Irving. Tho class will
proparo a dialogue" on each author studied,
and will read at lonst ono of his works.
. Tho senior class will nans the couuty ex
amination in the common branches before
For tha Cairo Bulletin.
Ob, dainty lilies opening In
Bach flower to tba next aeatna twin
Through thv multitude.
Not for earth' gold thy whit bands toll,
Not for gold ihcyapln,
Though born from dark depths of'the aoil
Hetreu to win,
'Mldat plentiful variety
Of color bright,
Noneoflhem vlew.th rarity
Thy veital white.
Lift thy faces to tba golden inn,
Innocence and lova,
For "earth Ii paat and heaven Is won,"
Ob, flower dove!
Thou art prayer penonfled,
Of earth' warm breatt to magneUe tide
Connecting link twext earth and aklee
Vialon of a thought,
That aecretly In the tlrad brala He
Wonder Ood bath wrought.
Breatb'ng thy perfume pure and faint,
Oh, white robed angel spirit, lalnt
Of the heart' retreat I
Evnt thou art e'en dark night
HUH art thou there,
B 'ndlng Iby grace of anowy white
Complete and fair. LINWOOD.
November 3rd, 1H8J,
OTE FOR CAPTAIN WILLIAM K.
The Democratic candidate for Congress
in the 20th District. Ho has proved him
self to be a brave soldier, a useful Legis-
atorand a successful farmer. After his
honorable service as Captain of Company
U''of 110th Illinois Volunteers, he was
elected by his neighbors for biz years to
the Lower House of the Legislature, and
for four years to the Senate. He has been
the earnebt and vigorous opponent of high
taxes and extravagant appropriations, and
voted against them every time. He was
uniformly opposed to prohibition in all its
forms, ss tho journals and records
of the House and Senate will show;
and he was the chosen and
eloquent leader of the opposition to the
Hinds Bill." He was raised a farmer.s
boy in southern Illinois; his main and
most valuable property is now in the farm
that ne lives . j.? ....
Pickneyville. He is an honest and honora
ble man. He has collected no man's
money and then failed to psy it to bis
client. lie has never been pnblicly
charged and convicted of telling a false
hood. He has not been charged with se
curing his nomination by bribery. He
does not tell dirty, filthy stories abcut min
isters of the gospel. He has not been
proven untrue and unfaithful to the paople
of this district. He ss an upright, straight
forward gentleman aud a good business
man. He is worthy of your vote.
WILL CAIRO BE TRUE TO HER OWN
Two days only remain before the elec
tion. The importance of the coming
election to tho city of Cairo
is-in the choice of a Congressman:
all other political question yield
precedence to this. It should be made a
warning to future members of Congress
from this district. Cairo should not, for
an instant, hesitate to visit the treacherous
member from this district with an emphatic
condemnation. It is admitted on all bands
that Captain Thomas in 1881 voted
against the interests of Cairo
at every opportunity; and that
in 1882 he failed and refused to favor
our interests and dodgod every vote that
tended to the advancement of Cairo by
river improvement. And we have else
where shown that his claim that he gave
a Marino Hospital in Cairo is a false pre
tense and without any foundation in truth
whatever. We will bo untrue to ourselves
if thocity of Cairo falls to show her indig
nation at Capt. Thomas conduct by a vote
against II iu approaching to unanimity.
Lot it be such an overwhelming majority
against Thomas that it will teach Capt.
Murphy that if bo wants to find favor in
Cairo, ho can only do so by being TBI con
stant FHIKND, THE VOTIKO FBIEND, OF
CA1B0. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY MOBNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1882.
Now is our opportunity. Let us not fail
to use it. As we said yesterday tho occa
sion is above party tactics or party ties. We
without hesitation declare that in the future
we will support no Democrat for Congress
whoso record is even doubtful upon tho
subject of river improvement. It is not
mere boasting tor political effect that wo
sy Capt. Thomas' defeat is now a foregone
conclusion. His vanity, bis bombast, bis
untruthfulness, bis treachery to Cairo, his
incompetency and bis general absenteeism,
will all meet with an ovornhelming con
demnation on Tuesday next. Cattais
William K. Mchpbt will be the Con-
QBKS'iMAS FROM THE 20 XB DISTRICT. But
it is known that the condemnation of
Thomas by Cairo for his treachery toJCairo
has been made a question before tho people
of Cairo, and there will be no occasion so
opportune and so fit as next Tuesday to tell
Captain Murphy that his heavy vote in
Cairo is largely due to Thomas' desertion
of our interest and his failure to support tho
Bills for river ira provement. Cairo ftbouid
thunder the lesson next Tuesday bo loud
that all aspirants for Congressional honors
from thd Cairo District will hear aud take
We appeal to tha vjters of Cairo of all
parties to rally sb one man against Thomas.
The charges of his treachery to Cairo are
not ordinary political arguments made on
the of eve election. They have been made
for months, and never successfully contra
dicted. We have the Coxokebsional Rec
ord, showing his votes against Cairo and
his neglect to vote a single time in her
fovor. As we said yetterday, Cairo can not
afford to make a miatako next Tuesday. It
would bo a trime agtinst ourselves if we
should fail to give aa overwhelming defeat
We invite inspection of tbo Congressional
Record, if there be anv who doubt tli r
rectnessof our statement of Captain Thom
Everybody who would vote the Democrat
ic ticket next Tuesday, should read his ticket
clear through. Largo numbers of spurious
tickets have been circulated, wtiich are
headed "Democratic Ticket" and be ir the
names of some of the principal
Democratic candidates, hut which some
where in the middle have the Dame of a Re
publican. Look out for them !
THOMAS IN A DEMOCRATIC CON
A diligent search through the Congres
sional R-.'cord enables u to say Captain
Thomas has been tho merest nouenity in a
Republican Congro-s. His name never
appears in the debates on any subject, and
he is scarcely ever found voting upon any
question. What would h-do in a Demo
cratic Congress? What influence would he
have? All candid persons admit the next
Congress will be Democratic.
Cairo will appear in a bad
light asking favors of that Con
gress after having voted for such a man as
Thomas. He is well known at Washing
ton as a notorious opponent of western in
terests. Recently the New York Sun pub
lished a list of all the members of Congress
with a statement of their positions on va
rious important moasures. Tho following
from the Sun concerning Capt. Thomas, is
'short, sharp and decisive" :
"Thomas, John R. (Rep.) Dodged every
vote on the River and Harbor bill, veto and
all, but voted dead for the Robeson monitor
THE "PAIRING" DODGE.
In the presence of an intelligent Cairo
audienco it was necessary for Capt. Thom
as to make some sort of explanation of his
votes against river improvement. And so
he manufactured tho story that,
by pairing with Gov. Curtin and
Not votiso, ho secured the pas
sage of the bill. That was a very absurd
statement on its face, and a roferonce to
the Congressional Record (which wo will
exhibit to any Republican or Democrat
who desires to see the evidence), shows
plain proof of its absurdity. The bill
came up for passage over the President's
veto two-thirds of all those voting being
necessary to pass the bill. On tho final
vote there were 123 votes for tho bill and 69
votes against the bill, and so the bill was
passed there being 181 votes in all, 123
votes were more than two-tbirds of all those
voting. Now if Gov. Curtin had voted
against the bill, there would have been
60 votes against the bill; and if Captain
Thomas had voted for the bill, thero would
have been 123 votes for the bill and so
the bill would have passedthere would
havo been 183 votes in all, and plonty of
small school boys, as well as tho best
arithmetician, cau tell "Capt. Thomas that
123 is more than two-thirds of 183.
Dodging a voto in Washington, a thou
sand miles from this District, may bo a
very easy thing for Capt. Thomas. But
dodging the cousequences of that vote by
false arithmetic is a very difficult thing be
fore a Cairo audienco.
THE NOVEMBER STATES.
The pluralities in 1880 ia the Btate4
which vote November 7th were as follows,
the Presidential terms being taken iu the
main as the basis:
Coloradt 2,803 ....
Connecticut 2,0.50 ....
Georgia ' 49,874
Illinois k.... 40,710
Indiana (5,030 ....
Kansns 01,731 ....
Massachusetts 53,245 ....
Michigan 53,890 ....
Mississippi ,. 40,81)6
Nebraska .'20,450 ....
New Hampshire 4,058 ....
New Jersey 2,010
New York 21,033
North Carolina 8,320
Pennsylvania 37.276 ....
Rhode Island 7,410
South Carolina 54,241
Wisconsin 29,703 ....
Barton's Free Press recentlycontained
an indictment against Congressman Thom
as of fourteen counts. There has boen
no attempt by any Republican newspaper,
or speaker, to deny the truth of tbat indict
ment. But it did not include some strong
grounds agaiust bis fitness for Congression
al honors. We mention a few:
He is notorious for having collected
money tor his clients and keeping it, and
never paying it over to them.
He is a notorious absentee from bis seat
disTric't. lie'toJsV'tn kne"orjjhra fepJiBTJ
about him :
"Seaside Congroacman" that la the name,
They call nie la Village GazotU."
and tbat is a very proper namo-for him.
He is a notorious absentee from the town
of Metropolis, where he lived when elected.
We copy below an affidavit of his absentee-
tain. Mr. McKee, who makes the affidavit
is said to bo a highly, respectable Republi
can of Metropolis. The affidavit is as fol
Stateot Illinois, ) In the Circuit court
Ssh. to the November
Robert G. B. McKee, ) In Chancery Bill
vs. to Foreclose
John R. Thomas, ) Mortgage.
Robert G. B. McKee, the above named
complainant, being duly sworn oc oath states,
that he has matle due inquiry to learn tbo
place of residence of the said J. R. Thomas
defendant ami that he is unablo to ascer
tain tho same, or his whereabouts. Affiant
further states that the last known placo of
residence of the Said John R. Thomas, de
fendant, was in Washington, D. C. or Me
tropolis in this state, that he has had letters
written which have beeen returned, and
made diligent inquiry to find the defendant
and h8 been unablo to do so, and he can
not have the usual process served upon, nor
a copy of the bill in this case.
Robert G. B. McKee.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this
19th day of September, 1881. Witnessmy
hand and notarial seal.
Harlan E. Armstrong,
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MEN WOMEN AND BOOKS.
EDITED IN THB INTEREST OF TUB CAIRO
Tho firs't-regular meeting of the Board of
directors of tbo Cairo Public Li bray and
Reading Room was held Tuesday October
31st. Election of officers and Libraian,
Adoption of By Laws, appointment of
Standing Committees, aud other business
of importance transacted. The Li bray will
be 011 a basis to be thrown open
as a free institution at an oarly day
A meeting of the board of trustee of the
W. C. and L A. held at library rooms,
Wednesday, November 1st the resignation
of Mrs. I. B. Iludjon as a member of the
board was olloro l sud accepted. Mrs. B.
Y. George was elected to fill the vacancy.
An interesting pro-rata had beeu prepared
for the general moating, butMhe threat
ening appearance of the weather rendered
it advisable to defer the exercises until the
next regular meeting, the first Wednesday
in December, at which time Sirs. Ii. Y.
George's paper entitled, "Do the Household
God's needs regildiug?'' will bj given with
other library exercises.
Among tbo new and good books is the
life of Haydn by Louis "Nobl, translated
from the German by George P. Upton.
"A highly and interesting picture of the
genial, sensitive, aud lovablo man, and a
critically appreciative account of bis career
as a composer. No fuller history of his
career, the society in which ho moved, and
of his personal life Can bo found than is
given in this work." Gazette, Button.
Many editions of Woolson's "Auno" havo
been exhausted, and the press are now at
work upon another, a well deserved su
Cape Col Folks bus reached its twelfth
thousand, and the author Miss McLan has
written a new novel, "Tow head the story
of a Girl's Life."
Louise Stocktou has a well written arti
clo on the "The Old Philadelphia Library,"
in Our Continent for October 18th.
Mrs. Martin J. Limb is preparing a new
historical work, to be entitled "New Yi rk
Biography." It will lie, as foreshadowed
iu the preface to the second volume of her
great work, a sequel or companion volume,
and will be devoted to the prominent char
acter and events ol the last fifty years.
"Doctor Zay," Miss Phelps' latest work,
is perhaps the best of many recent stories
about professional women. It is ono which
will certainly be considered the m ist satis
factory by herpwn sex. Miss Phelps has
as many women become on adopting a
professional career in fiction, but has giv
en her a true woman's delicacy and gentle
ness together with a fino mind and a firm
hand. She has been well educated, this
lady doctor, at home and abroad; she comes
honestly by her taste for the medical
profession, for her father was a distinguish
ed pity In .:, iud slio bad since childhood
been wont to spend most of her leisure
hours in his study. The plot of this story,
which has been running through the pages
of tho Atlantic, is a very simple one.
Tho proposition in England now is that
the testimonial to Darwin Bhall consist of a
marble statue in the hall of the Museum
of Natural History at South Kensington,
London. In the United Status the com
mittee charged with deciding on the form
of a memorial to Darwin is likely to rec
ommend the establishment of a Darwin
scholarship of biology at the European
A manuscript which has lain in the li
brary of the Royal Academy of Sciences of
Stockholm for one hundred and four years,
Is soon to be published, having beeu trans
lated Into English by Processor Taful. It
is by Swedenborg, and on the brain, being
a summary of the literature of the brain
down to Swedenborg's time, with his own
analysis and theory of the facts. Professor
Tafel adds an account of the science ot tho
brain to this day, with many ootes in
which Swedenborg's views are compared
with those of modern science.
"Tegol Castlo, near Berlin," says tho
New York Tribune, ''once tho homo of
William und Alexander von Humboldt,
and Btill earlier tho property of the Great
Elector, is now in the possession of the
widow of Minster von Bulow, a lady more
than eighty years old, tho third and only
living daughter of William von Humboldt.
Everything in and about tho castlo is re
ligiously preserved, Just as it was during
tho residence thero of the illustrious broth
ers. Ono largo, awkward mahogany table
is pointed out as the ono on which Will
iam von Humboldt wrote his most impor
tant works, and ovory room is storod with
almost priceless rollers. Leaving tho house
aud passing through tliu garden, down a
long avenue of trees whoso brauches form
a thick roof ovorhend, into a thick wood,
far from tho busy hum of life, the visitor
finds the last home ot tho Humboldt fam
ily, and reads on the plain marble slabs tho
world famed names ot William and Alexan
der. There are no urus, uo mouuintnts, no
triumphant Inscriptions, but only beds of
flowers, green mounds, plain white slabs,
primeval forest trees, and on a lone marble
column a inow-wbite figure of Hope."
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R. U. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. H.
TKMrlsrucrABT. TRANS AfUitVI.
Vail - 3:03 a. m
tMatl 4:05 a.m.
Exurent 11:10 a. m
tAceom'dation.ll :lo u.m
tKipruHd 8:50 p.m
C. t. L. N. o. R. It, (Jackaon Route).
uusium u4,ip,l tMal). . 4:30D.m
8T. L. A I'. R. It. (Narrow Qauce )
'Expriw. S:lf a.m I Kxproi.e 4:35 p.m
'Accom'datlon. l:00p.tu I Accorn'datton 11:40 a.m
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Mill it Kx .... SMOvm I Mall Ex.... H'ltl) p.m
t Accom'datlon 3:3') p.m 1 1 Accom'datlon 11 :10 a.m
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE OHIO R. R
Mall ..JS:Ha. m. I M nil ............. 9: 10 p. m.
EORGE H. LEACH, M. D.
Phvsioiau and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to tho llomiiopi'hlc treat.
m nt of surgical disuaau. and diaeieu of women
Offlce: on I Ith rtrcit, opposite the Post Offlce,
T. LOUIS & CAIRO R.R.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
OS AND AFTER MONDAYS OOroIKR 21.
Expreaa and Mall leave Cairo. vorv day except
Sunday, at 8:13 a. m. Arriv.a at KhnI St. Lnul at
3:20 p. in Arrived at Cairo at 4: 15 p. in.
Accommodation arrives at 11:40 a. m. and de
parts at 1;U) p. m.
ME CITY X ATIOS L JUNK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO L&VES.
C A P IT A J j, 100.000
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Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TH.OS. V. ItAIiUDAY,
JAMES KELC1I& CO.
IL T. GEKOULD AND
C. P. NEWLAND.
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVK "WKLLS, FORCK AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
IP IN A WOKK MANLIKE
MANNF.R, GAS FIX
TURES Of atl kind furnished to order, old fixture re
brouaed; Jobblutt promptly attouded to. Order
received at Daulvd 11 a tman'a or al the (hop,
COMMERCIAL AVEMJE BETWEEN
MNKTII AND TENTH STREETS,
CAIHO .... 1L.1U9.