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THE DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 28, 1881,
WM. LUDW1G & CO,
" PT, JUNE 17tm, 1
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Harness, Saddles, & Horse Equipments Generally,
ALSO CARRIES THE LARGEST VARIETY OF
Trunks, Valises, Sacliels, Traveling Bags, Shawl Straps,
and Oil and KuMer Suits.
SOLE AGENTS FOJt THE NOVELTY TRUNK.
Repairing done on Slinrt Notice in their Line of Business. Examine goods and pri
ces lelore purchasing elsewliere. The largest stock in the city at 122 Commercial Ave.
Vm. Ludwicr & Co.
LLiNOIS CENTRAL K. K
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kurmmg
Making Direct Connection
riuim Uiii Caiao:
Arriving In St.Looli 1.00 em.: Chicago, 8:30 p. a..
Connecting at Odin and Bffinenam for (Mucin
natL Louisville, Indianapolis and pututs East.
12:25 p. m. Kast ftt. Ikuib iirul
Arriving l St
Lonlf 6:4j p
ni., and connecting
3:45 p. m. JTuat Kxprena.
For 8t. Louie and Chicago, arriving at 8t
1015 p. m . and Chicago":'.) a. m.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:K a. m.; Loulevilli 5:51
a. m.; Indianapolis 4: a. m. Paaeuger by
this train reach the above points 12 lo 30
HOURS In advance of anj other route.
l-The 8:45 a. m. express has PULLMAN
BOKEPInO CAK from Cairo to iuclnuatl. with
out changes, and through sleepers to St. Looi
Fast Time Kast.
P.cciTirrora b l?o through to Hint.
aSClli;tl3 era points without any dela
tauted by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday after
toon train from C
nornlug at 10:31.
Thirty-six hours In advanced
bt other route.
Hf-for tbrongh ticket and further Informatics
apply at Illlnola Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
J. H. JON KS, TK ael Asebl
, H. HANSON. Gen. Pass. Auent. Chicago
JJ E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
S'.h Streoi, between Coni'l Are. aud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMU.MTION.
Safes Reaalred. All Rind, ol Keys Mud.
las. R. aiTH. iubibt i. smith
Grand Central Store.
OIRO. - ILL
H HBNKY E. TAYLOR, Master.
USOliGB JOUEb, Clerk.
leave P.tdocah for Cairo dally (Snndayi except
ed) at 8 a.
. m.. and Mound City at 1 p. m. Return
t Cairo at 4 p.m.: Mound City at 5 p. m
Mrs. Emily Bowers,
' Mrt, AMANDA CLARKHON, Agent.
Next Alexander Co. Dank, Bt h St
IVaood Stock and Prlcei Reasonable..
" FRONT! "
Grand Opening Season!
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Xight Only.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1.
The Unapproachable C, medleune,
The Banner Success.
"A Bunch of Revs!"
W. C. Crosbie, Sophie Lingwood,
Harney Fagon, Maud Baker,
Cbas. Sa telle, Minnie Lucketone,
Harry Bkir, Jennie Bartine,
J. H.Branick, William Ryno,
The Grand View Hotel Set
carried In Its entirele. Original Music, elegant
pyPrlces of Admission. 50 and T.'c .
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE
Friday and Saturday Nights,
anU Saturday Matinee-'-FANCnON"
OCT. 3rd & 4th.
First appearance In th'.a city of the Peerless
ttiried oung Ac!rcp,
Tte New, Komantlc five Act Drama by Morgan
linit'i' and r.lwyn a. Barron,
A MOUNTAIN PINK",
a story of life among tbe
)Ioonsliiners y North Carolina
Introducli i; the
In lior Eiqnielto Characc-,
the Mountain 01:1. supported by a Select Compa
ny. Thrilling Scenes and Incidt-me In the
"Black Mountain Country!"
fct?"Adtnlii-ion 5 and
eerved coats at Uudur'a.
"rc; gallery 2'c lie
Patrick T. McAIpine,
Made to Order.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
OAlltO. - ILL
Repairinsr neatly done at short notice.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND ilA,
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hifirh8tCab Prle Paid for W nat.
Delivered at CAIRO, 111.,
at the FOLLOWING PRICES:
Ft, bottom. Ft. slave
Capacity gait. Price.
ft x 9
7 x 10
These tnnk are made of CLEAR CTPRKSS,
Inches thick, aecuiely hoopod and are WATKH
TIGHT. They aro
Shipped whole and are well braced
to prevent their being racked or broken In hand
ling. Estimates furnished for
Tanks of any Rise.
A.. KIGG8 Sc BROS.,
217 Delord St.,NewOrUana, La.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Liimbaao. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More Tlirnul. Nwrllliiar.. Nraina, Brulaea,
llurna. Kcjtl,u. trtfi II ..
n ai.i, oiiiKit iiiniii.r pis ami Ai Hm.
Boll tjr liiumiit ami Dulrr. tvriim,. t'lflr ttuu butll..
luffi-lluo. Id II ),.iiu.rr-
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M3uvn u, A. VuctiLta a CO I Halllaon, I4H
Blclt Tleadaehe and relieve all the trouble Inci
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ziiieea, Nausi'a, Drowsin's, Dixtrcas after eating,
Pan in the Side, Ac. While their moat remark
able success baa beea shown In coring
Headaehr.yrt Cartr'sLlttlc Liver Pills are equally
valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing
thia annoying complaint, while Ihoy also correct .
all disorders of tbo stomach, stimulate the liver
and rvfulate the bowda. fiven II they ouly cored
Acri thry vrnnld bealmost pricclwi to thoae who)
aail'T f nm tliia distressing complaint; but fortu
catsly their goodness does not end b'Te, and those)
vho once try them will find these littlepllls valo
able in so many ways that they will not be willing
W do without ihua. Uut after all sick bead
Is t hefcane cf so many livr-a that here is where we
make our pruU tuaeU Oar pilla cure it while
Others do sot.
Carter's Littlo Lir T'lls are very amall and
Tory easy to take. One or two pilla make a dose.
They are airictly vegetable and do no! gripe or
purjre, but by their gentle action please all who
tee them. In vials at 25 cents; five fortl. 6oU
by dru-ists everywhere, or aent by mail.
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RAVES LABOR. TIME and SOAP AMAZ
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Bold bv all Grocers. BEAVARK of imitation!
well desicned to mislead. FEARLINE is tie
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WHi bears the above symbol, and name ol
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Comnounded from the well known
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THEY CURE DTSPLTSIA & INDIGESTION, j
Act upon the Liver and Sidneys,
. V r .
REGULATE THE BOWELS,
I They cure Rheumatism, and all Uri
nary irourjies. mey invigorate,
nourish, Rtrenfrthen and quiet
the Nervous System.
As a Tonlo they have no Equal.
J alee none but Hops and Malt Bitters.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
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U a type of cataarh
having peculiar symp
toms. It ts attended
by an Inflamed condi
tion or the lining mem
brane of theostrils,
tear-dnr.ts and throat,
afljctiriK the lunge.
An acrid mucus Is
secreted, the discharge
la accompanied with a
painful burning sensa
tion. There are sev
ere spasms of eneci
ing, frequent attack
of blinding headache,
ft U'.tKFV .nil Inllumnrt
ii:jiv a: i,mii
J e t a t e of the cyos,
Kly a (!:cam Italm is a
reniedv Initndpil nn
correct diaenosl a of this disease and can be de-
geumu upon. uuc. ai urgglsts; )c. by mail.
Sample hotllo bv mail 10c.
KLV BROTHERS, Dm glstg, Oweo.N.Yi
CHICAGO MEDICAL COLLEGE,
(Corner Prairie Avcnno and 2!ith 8t., Chicago),
Medical Uoinrtmont ot
The Nor t hwnstern TJni vorslty.
. 8. DAVIS, M. I.,LL. D.,Dean
The u enlate year will begin 8cit. 83, 1881, and
Close a arch S4, 18M, The course of instrucllon Is
graded, Student a being dlvidud Into first, second
and third year claBsns. Onalillcatlons for admia
lion are either a Dogree of A. 1).. a certlllrate of a
reputable academy, or a preliminary examination.
The method of Inntrnction Is conspicuously prac
tical, and la applied In the Wards of the Mercy,
St. Luke'a and Michael Reese Hospitals, dally at
the bedside of the atrk. The Practitioners' Conrae
will begin the day after tho Annual Commence
ment and C'nt'iiuo four woeki. Fees, In advance!
Matriculation. $5.00: Lectures, $7MXi; Doinonstra
tor, 5.(X). Uospllafa: Mercy, $11.00; St. Luke'a,
fS.oo. Laboratory, $1.00; Iiroakage, jn.OO- Klnal
Examination, $ wi.no, February 1st. Practltlonera'
Course, $:m no por frtilor Information, addreii
WALTER HAY, M. 1)., LL. D., Hecrotary,
715-4wd 'U3 State St., Chicago, 111.
SI - I T l-
A. REVIEW OP TIIE JOINT DI8CU3'
8ION3 AND THEIR RESULT.
Tbo last of tbe joint discussions, arrang
ed in so arbitrary and unjust a manner by
Capt. Thomas, came off at DuQuoin oo
Our readers remember tbe manner in
which Capt. Thomas acted in rcgardjto the
discussions. How Mr. Albright challeng
ed him to jointly discuss tbe pending polit
ical issues and their own respective records,
and asked Mr. Tbomas to meet him and
mutually arrange timts and places; how
Mr. Thomas did not meet bim, but gave
Mr. Barran informal answer lo deliver to
Mr. Albright, telling Mr. Barr that the
cht mnen of the congressional committees
would tix the times and places for the dis
cussions; how Mr. Thomas, on (lading out
that Mr. Albright had made arrangements
to csnvass Randolph county from the 15th
to the 20th inst., immediately changed his
mind about the congressional committees
arranging times and places, and then and
there fixed those times and places which
would compel Mr. Albright to drop his
Randolph county work, and would best pro
mote his (Thomas') interest. How in his
speeches, here and and at Mound City, he
ridiculed Mr. Albright's sickness, and
spoke in a manner of the death of Mr. Al
bright's father, which was considered out
of place by Republicans as well as Demo
crats; also how he called Albright a cow
ard, and otherwise persohally belittled him.
These things, we say, are familiar to our
Notwithstanding Mr. Albright's letter to
Capt. Thomas, showing that he had acted
unfairly in arranging dates and places,
and informing him of his inability to meet
him on certain of the dates named on ac
count of other engagements, Mr. Thomas
proceeded to fill the dates set by himself.
But our representative in Washington so
ciety was brought to a halt on last ' Satur
day a week ago. He had been fighting
bravely with his enemy over seventy-five
Mr. Albright, as soon as his business
and bis health would allow, started after
Mr. Thomas, and met bim at Marion.
Here the Capt. had not so much to say
about his great deeds lor tbe district; be
saw that most formidable and dreaded wea
pon, the Congressional Record, in the hand
of Mr. Albright. Without going into the
details of the Marion discussion, it was
generally conceded that Mr. Thomas was
fearfully worried, and found Mr. Albright
to be the hardest fighting "coward" he had
ever met. All reports from there say the
Democrats are in high spirits over the dis
cussion at that place.
Mr. Albright was with him again at
Jonesboro. Here Mr. Thomas was severely
cut up by his own record, about which he
made statements that Mr. Albright proved
by tbe Congressional Records to be most
glaringly false. Here he was confronted
with bis continued neglect of duty at
Washington, his failure to vote on many
important bills, by his obnoxious records
on many questions as tbe bill to grant
pensions to Mexican soldiers on which
question the Capt. fixed up a very nice
statement; but here Mr. Albright was forc
ed to draw the Congressional Record on him
again and prove that Mr. Thomas was eith
er ignorant on the subject or bad made a
misstatement. For nearly all bis acta in
Congress he was cumpelled to give lengthy
and unsatisfactory explanations, and in
many cases Mr. Albright proved his state
ments to be false and his explanations
flimsy. The victory was certainly accord
ed to Mr. Albright at Jonesboro.
From there the disputants proceeded to
Murphysboro. Here Mr. Thomas endeav
ored to convince the miners that Mr. Al
bright had a bad record as a Senator, and
that he was not the friend of the miner.
But Mr. Albright's manly labors and untir
ing energy for the good of the miners were
so well known to them that Mr. Thomas'
talk without proofs was of little avail. He
was asked for proofs but none came. An
old Cairoite, who is well acquainted with
the miners and who heard the speech, re
marked that it would take as much skill
and exertion to prove Mr. Albright an
enemy of the miner as to prove our late
Mr. Safford an enemy of the poor. With
the exception of this break, Mr. Thomas'
speech was substantially the same as the
one delivered here when he commenced.
From all we havo heard of the rejoicing of
the Democrats and the "ifs" and excuses of
the Republicans ot that place, we can safe
ly join the Missouri Republican, by calling
it a Waterloo defeat for Thomas.
At Sparta Mr. Albright did as well or
better than at Murphysboro. nis particu
lar hit was the nailing of tho Republican
statement that he was a deserter. He met
this, not by pleading "official engage
ments," "ulcorated sore at Saratoga," or
"You know I paired with Mr. Curlin,"
but be drew forth a propnrly and officially
signed "Honorable DtscaxROK." He un
folded that document, passed it around so
that everyone could inspect it. He handed
it to Capt. Thomas who was compelled to
admit that such evidence was sufficient to
stand the Republican chargo as untrue; so
thoroughly did it exonerate Mr. Albright
that Mr. Thomas dared not mention it in
his DtjQuoin speech.
DuQuoin finished the list. Hero Capt.
Thomas tried to divert attention from his
own bad record by bringing charges against
Mr. Albright as Senator. He absolutely
failod to substantiate his charges, and also
failed to draw the audience from his own
record. Mr. Albright was not to be fooled
by the Captain's tactics; he knew the peo
ple were acquainted with his record as Sen
ator, and if they were not, ho was willing
for the 8enate Journal to give' it. Nothing
was in that book that ho was not proud of
or wished to be kept secret. So he pro
ceeded to devote himself to Mr. Thomas'
Congressional Record, which had a most
telling effect againBt the Capt.
While Capt. Thomas did as well as most
anyone could under the circumstances;
whilo he fought with all his power and
mado some good bits, still it is generally
admitted that ho was no match for Mr. Al
bright. Tho Democrats suem elated at ev
ery place they debated, and unite In prais
ing tbe effort of Mr. Albright.
An Ideal Temperance Town.
Somewhere about Long Island is a little
town named Orient, with buildings one
hundred and fifty years old standing be
side those of the most modern and elegant
Hailing and fishing occupy much of tbe
population, and large numbers of coasting
and ocean craft are owned and officered by
residents, and Bail between distant ports.
On a farm near tbe town is a well that
was made two hundred and forty-two years
ago, and has daily quenched the thirst of
j different generations living there; and
is perhaps good for another century.
Orient has a cemetery whose head-stones
bear date 1699, and so enduring is the
slate used for this purpose that the engrav
ings are clear and distinct.
A temperance society organized forty-
two years ago, is flourishing yet. Mr. and
Mrs.Tuttle, both noted lecturers, writers
and spiritualists, were invited lately to
speak before this association, and I wish to
make a short extract from a letter written
by tbe former. After speaking of the
commodious school buildings and the ele
gant churches, surpassing in finish and
beauty any like edifice east of Brooklyn,
Mr. Tuttlo says :
There is another element of prosperity I
ought ot right to mention first, and that is,
tbe temperance society to which tbe town
owes a greater share of its prosperity. It
was organized forty-two years ago, and has
flourished ever since, and meetings have
been held each week. All the people be
long to it, and there has never been a sal
oon in the town.
It furnishes one of the best comment
aries on intemperance, and is a grand ex
ample for the imitation of other towns.
Other places, side by side, have remained
still, or such in decay, while it has con
stantly increased in prosperity. There is
not a sea captain or fisherman sailing from
its ports, woo drinks,) or allows alcoholic
beaverage on shipboard.
Leisure among the citizena is almost un
known, and thrift and abundance is the
Only think of a town one hundred and
fifty years and more old, that never had a
saloon! It seems too good a thing to be
true. No wonder, they have thrift and
prosperity and peace. So would Cairo,
did she follow so excellent an example
Shanties would disappear and pretty homes
take their place; the police force would be
lightcbed or dispensed with; tbe jails
closed, and Judge Comings find bis oc
cupation gone. He would be obliged to
step down from his present position, and,
perhaps, let his benign countenance abed
its light in the school house or the church.
Any way, we'll make a place for him when
the time comes.
As temperance people gaze through, the
wilderness of dram-shops in Illinois, let
them remember the one I have mentioned,
while hope take possessions cf their souls.
And as there is one such village, let us hope
there may be more like tho little eastern
gem Orient. Truly, A. M.
Democrats, to the Front.
Meetings will be held at tbe following
times and places, for tbe purpose of organ
izing Democratic ward clubs and preparing
for the reception of tho neit Governor ol
HON. CARTER II. HARHISON,
who will speak in Cairo October 16tb.
1st ward, Arab engine house, Monday
evening, Sept. 29.
2d ward, Rough and Ready engine
house, Wednesday evening, Oct. 1.
3d ward, Hibernian engine house, Friday
evening, Oct. 3d.
4th ward, court house, Tuesday evening,
5th ward, Thursday evening, Oct. 2, at
the Anchor engine house.
Special trains will be run on all the roads
leading into the city, on the 16th.
Let everyone turn out.
By order of the central committee.
Tnos. W. Shields,
How rerklns' Story At us Spoiled.
"I tell you what," airily exclaimed
Perkins, ns he sat down to tho supper
tahlo, ,lI was in a tight place this after
noon." "Yes, I know you were," interrupt
ed his wife in clear cold utterances
that cut liko a knifo; . "I saw you com
ing out of it"
And then It incidentally flashed
across Perkins' mind that ho had inci
dentally steppod into a saloon with a
friend for tho purpose of examining a
doubtful political statement with the
aid of a magnifying glass, and his con
toruplntod anecdote slipped from his
grasp liko money from a summer ro
oort,'whllo the Btippor was finished
amid a silence so profound tlmt he
could plniuly hear a' napkin ring.
liockland Courier. i
Rheumatism can be cured by the great
pain-conqueror,.St. Jacobs Oil. Try it.
A horse and buggy. Good young horse,
well broken, 5 years old, suitable for fam
ily uso; buggy, nearly new and in good re
pair. Apply at saloon of Mrs.' Antonia
Cclla. ' 2t
New Stock of Millinery Goods.
Mrs. K. C. Walsh has received from
New York and St. Louis' her new stock of
millinery and fancy goods and cloaks and
Jersey jackets. She kindly invites the la
dies to call and examine her stock at the
store formerly occupied by Mrs. McLean,
on Eighth street.
Mrs. L. E. Williamson
has returned home from St. Louis
after an absence of several days, hav
ing purchased a large stock of all
the latest novelties and styles
in millenery and fancy goods, although the
majority of her stock has been bought in
New York, of the famous houses of Sulli
van, Dure & Co., and W. II. Lfons, of
which she is receiving daily. tf
Special Term of the Circuit Court.
A special term of the circuit court of
Alexander county, in the state of Illinois,
tor the transaction of common law, chan
cery and criminal business has been this
day called to convene at the court house in
the city of Cairo on Monday, November
10th, 1884, at 3 o'clock: r. AI.
Alex II. Irvin, Clerk.
Cairo, Til., Sept. 20th. 1884.
Never Give Up.
If you are suffering with low and de
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headache, or any disease of a bilious na
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tbe rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
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in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
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A Great Discovery.
Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Newton. Ia-
"My wife has been seriously affected with
a cough for twenty-tive years, and this
spring more severely than ever before. She
had used many remedies without reliel, ana
being urged to try Dr. Kings New. Dis
covery, did so, with most gratifying results.
The first bottle relieved her very much, and
the second bottle has absolutely cured her.
She has not had so good healthy for thirty
Trial bottles tree at .Barclays Isros' drug
store. Large size $1. 00. 0
Don't Give it up So.
"Oh! if I had onlp known that in time.'
Known what? "Known that a simple cold
in the head may develop into chronic ca
tarrh." Well it bin's too late, for Ely's
Cream Balm will cure catarrh even after
the sufferers life has become a burden to
him, and be a nuisance to his friends. It is
the only radical and thoroughly scientific
catarrh cure known. Not a snuff. Not a
liquid. Applied to the nostrils with the
finger. Price 50 cents.
Flics, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats, mico,
gophers, chipmunks, cleared out by "Rough
on Rats." 15cts. '
Prompt relict in sick headache, dizziness,
nausea, constipation, pain in the side, etc.,
guaranteed to those using Carters Little
Liver Pills. One pill a dose. 25c.
If you are losing your grip on life, try
"Wells' Health Rencwer." Goes direct to
weak spots. (3)
New Florence, Mo., August 17th, 1883.
Fifteen years past I have kept constantly
on hand for use in my family Merrell's Fe
male tonic, Merrell's Penetrating Oil and
r..i.i n.i r.,..nii'o n.t..m t
fniuiai, ami .uauiiuiid vuugu uaiaauj, a
think these remedies have srved me many
doctor bills and I would not be without
them. Tnos. J. Powell,
Ati'y for Wabash, St. L. & P. R. R. Co.
Snnietliintf nlrl A lien's Ttilinna Pliva!.
Acts auicklv. relieves nromntlv. and never
falls to cure sick headache and constipa
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Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Along the lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
Pacific Railway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of the choicest farming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in price from
$2.00 to $300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
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tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
lor loaa is oo per cent larger man tnat or
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
tbo Company, and paying one-lourtb, one
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed formoney paid for tickets or freight
over tho Companies lines.
II. C. Townkknd. Gen 1 Pass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.
For the Cure of Coughs, ColdiJ
Hoarseness, Bronchitis.Croup, IafluH
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, inH
cipient Consumption and tor tne ren
lief of consumDtive persons in advan-
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