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TUt UAU.Y CAIRO BUtifctlN: TUESDAY MORNINUt SEPTEMBER 30, 1884.
Tho Daily Bulletin.
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K. A. BUKNBTT,
Publisher and Proprietor,
We are authorized to announce that Mr. A ngu
Leek U an Independent candidate for Slate'a At
torney of Alexander County, in the approaching
We are authorized to announce William N. But
ler a the iiepublican candidate for election to the
omce oj State a Attorney of Alexander County.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Alexander
11. livln a an Independent candidate for re
election to the office of Circuit Clerk, In the
ccuiing eiecuoc m ivoveuiDer.
We are authorized to announce the name of
uicnard ntzguraldaa a candidate for re election
to the oftice of Coroner at the ensuing November
ALBRIGHT VS. THOMAS.
Murphyaboro Indeptndent: Scene 1
At Marion during the joint discussion,
Capt. Tbomas to F. K. Albright, "Mr. Al
bright how do you stand on tht question of
pensioning the soldiers?" Mr. Albright,
''I am in favor of a bill to that effect.",
Mr. Albright to Capt. T., "Captain, tell
these people here bow you stand on the
question, and how you voted in Congress
on the subject!" Capt. Thomas, "I am in
favor of the bill and voted for it." Mr. Al
bright, "Is the Congressional Globe good
authority on what was done in Congress?"
Capt. T. "Yes." Albiight returns to the
Congressional Globe and shows by (hat
record that on the qustion of pensioning
the Mexican soldiers, Capt. T. voted against
the bill. Capt. Thomas squelches amidst
the roars of the audience and Albright
draws first blood.
Scene 2. Mr. Albright to Capt. T.
"Captain, how did you vote on tho bill to
allow the farmer who raises his own tobac
co to sell it without subjecting himself to
a fine?" Capt. T., "I voted in favor of the
bill." Mr. Albright, "You sy the Con
gressional Globe is good authority?"
Capt. T., "Yea." Mr. Albright, "Then
fellow citizens, I will not say that Capt.
Thomas has stated a falsehood in saying
he voted for the bill, but (turning to page
13 of the Congressional record preceedings
of March 7th, 1882.) I want to show what
an iufamous liur the Congressional record
is." (The record shows that Thomas was
absent and did not vote for the bill.) Capt
Thomas knocked under the ropes and out
tirno. Albright wins the cake because
the "thing was not loaded."
Here is some correspondence that was
not burned :
Philadelphia, September 11, 1834.
Hox. Neal Dow Dear Sir: Please
inform rue as to the triumph of the Pro
hibitory amendment in Maine, and what
put the Republican! touk in the cam
paign, and why Mr. Biaine didn't vote.
PosTLAXD, Me., September 15, 1SS4.
Harbt Wesley, E-i Dear Sir: We
have achieved a glorious victory for prohi
bition. The Republican party stood hand
to bir-d and shoulder to shoulder with us
ia the fij;ht. Mr. Blaine gave his valuable
assistance and he assurred me he refrained
from voting at the request of prominent
Ohio Republicans on account of the bigoted
Germans. Respectfully yours,
When Mr. Blaine reaches Ohio he might
explain why he rendered valuable assist
ance to the prohibitory movement in Maine
before tho election and yet did not vote
for the amendment. The President of the
. United States shcnld have the courage to
vote as his conscience dictates. According
to the above correspondence Mr. Blaine as
surred Neal Dow that he refrained from
voting for prohibition "on account of the
bigoted Germans," and at the request of
prominent Ohio Republicans. The "bigoted
Germans" of Ohio, as Mr. Blaine is alleged
to have termed them, will be pleased to
le.rn that he was thoughtful enough to
submit his ticket to the Republican poli
ticises of this state before he could vote on
temperance question iu Mine.
How He Got the Milk.
Grattan's uncle, Dean Marley, had a
trood deal of the buuior of Swift. Once,
when the footman was out of the Why,
he ordered the coachman to fetch somo
wuter from tho well. To this the
coachman objected that his business
was to drive, not to run on errands.
Well, then," said Mar-lev, "brino- cut
tho coach and lour, nut the pitcher in
side, and drive to the weH"-a service
which was neveral times repeated, to
the great nniusein..nt ol the villus,
lolliw m:iy Im added a story ot llarri
sou limy Uii, wl0 i,Uii 0Uu moraine
- lit tho hreakfertt ihblo thattho milkman
hnd not brought anv milk. II, asked
e.iqii of s.'vc; ul sitvhuu w, r, to the
grocery for ,,. All doelmed on the?
trrouud that It whs not tuuir bunim-H.
llo ilicn ordered his ciirriagoaiiilaMkDd
the lionsofceqiiff to go lu it to the mtir-
fcftt mid noun had somo milk. AYertf
Licu!'n.int Greek, who was rescued
br Ouiwui under Schley,-la about fortv
yem i of !:. lie Is not & gritduuto of
nny ol t lie military acudemles. Ho
served through the war as a private In
the federal army.
By a powerful current of electricity
Mr. Edison kept his dying wife ulive
for two hours.
Thero ure not nioro than two or threa
wonion whoso wealth "is greater than
r ir. ... "
vuecn v icioria s.
A calf that was born without eves or
tail is frisking around in Simpson
Th Chautauqua Literary Society has
enrolled over OO.i-UO names sinco lis
organization in 1878.
Eight hundred and niuety-four thou
sand nine hundred mid throo dogs woro
last year licensed iu England.
Thousands of canary birds have been
shipped duriug tho urst quarter of this
year from Mexico to huropc.
A woman in Canada has been lined
for persistently wheeling a baby carri
age in front of a neighbor's door.
A'mJn-oatiiig shark has been caught
In tho Hudson, near Cornwall, N. Y.,
umo feet long and weighing 500
Sea spray writing paper, a dolicato
palo green, with a tishiiig net or boat
staiuned in one corner, in one of tho
caprices of the season.
William II. Montague, of Boston, has
in his possession tho bullet With which
Genoral Warren was killed at the
battle of Bunkor Hill.
Swedish botanists have discovered
along a railroad seven species of plants
wuicn wero unknown to tho region be
fore tho track was laid.
Pittsburg is noted as tho dirtiost city
in America and also as tho healthiest.
But it is "clean" dirt, so far as effect
on health is concerned.
Lieutenant Emory has brought back
to this eountry a number of Esquimaux
dogs. Ho will try and demonstrate
thut thoy can live in this country as
well as in the Arctic.
Thov are complaining iu Texas that
all the professors for tho State Uni
versity aro chosen from other States,
and that only tho porters and bell
ringers arc taken from home.
The astonishing fact is brought out
bv a writer in tho September Centum.
tiiat out of our total population of over
50,000,000, tho white population of
native parentage is only i'8,C01,C76.
Congressman O'llara, the colored
member from North Carolina, is a
graduato of Harvard and a lawyer by
Erofession. Ho lives in good stylo and
as a white tutor for his four children.
The fire of London exterminated tho
plague of London. Paris, in Juno,
184'J, was-killing bOO people a day with
cholera. - A great storm washed all
the tilth out of tho city and the cholera
Dark complexions coming into favor
is said there is now what is known
as sunburnt powder introduced for the
make-up of ladies' faces, both young
and old, who would fain keep up with
Tho Two llepnblics, published in the
City of Mexico, has an interview with
a gentleman who knows, name not
given, iu which ho states that the
Panama canal will not bo completed
inside of lifty years.
There aro 35,000 more women than
men in Philadelphia. In tho country
generally thirty States and Territories
have ruoro men than women, and
seventeen States and Territories have
more women than mem
Of 125,0iX) miles of raiiroad in tho
Uuited Suites and Canada all but 4,
000 miles are operated on standard
time. The most important exceptions
are the several Pacilic systems. East
of the Mississippi only about twenty
miles adhere to solar time.
Over a hundred schools in Paris are
now provided with workshops. At
present they turn out articles of wood
from planing benches and lathes. It
is proposed soon to add iron to the
material to be operated on.
A Vermont man and his wife publish
the following card in the local paper;
"Our sincere thanks to our brother
and sister and nephew for their kind
ness in sharing with us the expense
for the burial of our aged father."
A garbage sifting machine in use in
New York will make way with 140 tons
of rubbish a day. One hundred tons
is found to be valuable, and so only
forty tons arc carted away as waste.
The coal, iron, tin, glass, rags and
paper aro saved.
The largest cotton plantation in Ala
bama is that of Messrs. Robert & Salter,
at Union Springs D00 acres contain
ing twenty-live miles of ditches, em
ploying or supporting a population of
800 persons, anf producing J0O bales
of cotton, beside 95,000 bushels of corn.
M. Do Lesseps commends the French
man for livin on cereals. ei?ht nounda
of which cost no more than one pound
of the Englishman's roast beef, and for
buying American cottonseed oil at 3
cents a pound, purifying it and selliug
k uui:&. iu America as onvo oil at f j a
Contrary to tho generally received
opinion, M. Aimo concludes from ex
periments conducted on himself that
whole meal or household bread, con
taining all tho ingredients of the grain,
is less wholosomo and moro indigestible
than pure whito bread made of tho
A bank cashier at Sterlin?. Mich..
paid a stranger f 100 for a genuine sil
ver dollar boarhig tho raro date of 1804:
An Eastern numismatist, to whom tho
coiu was sent, discovered that the dato
nad been altered in tho most artistic
manner, and that tho pieco had no
Feeding iloas in an auimal show iu
1 aris is tho occupation of Mile. Emma.
Sho bares her shapely arms and sots a
lot of fleas free on them. Thov fed
tlioir fill of her warm blood, and" then
they wero put to work again Mrawing
carriagos and cannons weighing ever
so many hundred times more than their
The Thirteen Club, which poses to
livo don a popular superstition, is
asked to account for the fact that a
farmer out West was roouod of 13 000
on the 18th day of July and tho thir
teenth anniversary of his marriage. Wo
we inclined to account f,r it by the fact
that the farmer happened to have the
money at that limo.-IVoi Times.
Tho supply of women toachers for
the English schools under the School
Board la unequal to the demand. The
death of assistants is, to some extent.
due to so many giving up the school
desk for matrimony, but an evon
greater reason Is the exceedingly still
preliminary . examination which the
young girl teachers are now required
" Experiments on an extonsivo scale
have been niado by the Dutch Govern
ment to ascertain the relative strength
of iron and steel girders. The soft
steel girders proved to bo 22 per cent
and tho hard stool girders 66 per cent
stronger than tho' iron girders. It was
pretty well established that tho strength
of steel girders is about the same for
the two flanges if thoy are made alike
A soldier in Posen gallantly rosoued
a lad from drowning not Ion? n'o,
This act caused him to be fifteen min
utes late iu coming back to tho barracks.
and tho martinets who hold sway thero
punished his crime by eight days im
prisonment in a dungeon. They hold
that his iirst duty as a soldior was to
bo back iu time, no matter who was
In one jail in Egypt Mr. Clifford
Lloyd found no fewer than Seventy
five of the leading men of the district
with their feet covered with blood and
fesJL'ring sores, weeks after the bas
tinadolng to which thoy had been sub
jected by tho order of the niudir. Their
hands still bore the deop cuts of tho
thongs by which they had been sus
pended in order to extort a confession,
and tho thumbscrew had been unspar
ingly applied. Two of the .prisoners
had died under tho courbash, tho others
were lingering in agony.
How Fun was Confiscated.
The oth.)r day a gcntloman in pass
ing through tho Niagara Falls country
bought a feather fan, for which ho paid
f 3. Ou his way to this city the rail
road conductor informed hi"m that he
would have to pay a duty of f 1 50 to
tho custom officials at Detroit, which
news was received with surprise, some
what spiced with indignation. As he
pondojfd over tho matter ho obsorvod
that tho conductor was watching 'him
closoly, and concluded that he was
acting to a certain extent as "sDOtter"
for the customs oflicials. "I wanted to
'down' that couductor," said thegentle-
man in relating tho incident "and
watching my chance I took tho fan out
of the box and wrapped the box, empty,
lip again just as 1 had recoived it.
Then I put the open fan carefully un
der tho lining to my overcoat. Pres
ently, when I was suto tho conductor
was looking at mo I wrapped the box
up ifl my overcoat. When I got on the
boat to cross the river I was conscious
that tho conductor had posted the
customs man and so I was not surprised
when the official walked up to me and
taking my overcoat unwrapped it let
ting the fan box fall out 'How much
for tho fan,' says he, 'Three dollars,'
says I. 'The duty is $150.' he con
tinued, and I responded with. 'Not
much!" Ho allowed that he had no
alternative, he must confiscate the box
and fan, and that 1 could get it at the
customs office by calling and paying
tho duty. So 1 let him take it, and for
all I care, he is welcome to the box."
Detroit Free Press.
Rhyme and reason : If you cannot keep
quiet, because your cough" makes a riot,
there's something pray try it. a Quarter
will buy it, be quick now about it, don't be
without it, your cough this will rout it, I
beg ycu not doubt it, to the world I
would shout it. Oh yes, you guess? Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup.
Moxday Evening, Sept. 29, 1884.
The wet 6eason has certainly set In,
juding from the amount of rain that has
fell for the last two days. It has been pour
ing in torrents all day with hardly any
The wet and bad weather has had a
tendency to dampen the tone of the
market. Sales reported have been few.
Prices are quotably unchanged.
FLOUR Firmer. Higher prices are
HAY Dull. No demand for red tops or
CORN-Quotably the same.
OATS Receipts light. Demand moder
ate. MEAL Nothing doing in meal. The
season has not opened.
WHEAT A little firm. Prices have ad
BUTTER-Good demand. The supply is
EGGS Firm at same prices as before
Demand good. Stocks scarce.
CHICKENS Are in active demand.
Prices quotably unchanged.
" VEGETABLES Extra large heads of
cabbage 7t8c. Potatoes the same.
APPLES Goyd demand. Fair prices
. Sales and Ciuotation.s.
NOTE. Tbe pncKi nere xiven ate ror nalea from
Srot band In round lota. An advance It
cbarired for broken lotain nillnvorderii.
300 Mils various grades.
livi bbla pa'.ont ,
1 bbla Family
.2 503 00
... 8 78
B cara Choice Timothy small bale..
I cara atrlct priroo
it care gilt tiga
,.10 OiQK) SO
White In bulk..,
Mixed In bulk...
6 cara tn bulk
4 cara Southern Illtnola.
1 car in ancks
Mo. S Medltpranean.
No. 8 do ,
Mo. 4 do .
1 car No. 4
) Milt City on
m bbla City
City mult..., 60
500 pouutl conntry .m. 120
fiouponml choice dairy , iKVTfias
00 pounda fancy creamery . 8730
500 dOK6DHMiM.IMIMM.NMM. . . . .. .....m... t . 1
MO doxen 14
Laig choice .... jo 50
SUlttll M.MMM. . ...... MM).... ... ... y uo
I'holcehcui 9 75 ft
10 coops choice young a 0Ota3 7!S
4 coopa medium young 2 SO
App'ea per bina 5075
Choice por blil.... a 60
common per ddi 1 o 35
Potatoea. per buvhel..
New fancy yellow nanimond per bu.
Orangca, nominal (l 003.7 00
..5 OOUi 50
Choice per barrel
Choice per buahel.,.M
.1 W "1 75
. 60 75
Per 100 choice.
..6 5037 50
Faocy Canvatted Ilam.,
8. C. Hams
Clear ridea mm
St. Johns f U
Ohio River . 1 05
2 luliel burlap!..
OKI ED FKL'IT.
Peaches, halvee and uaartera CV'tiex
Choice navy 2 503 ) 00
Choice medium tuQi 75
Creuu . .
10 to 8'
10 to 45
10 to 50
50 to 2 50
73 to 6 00
Beart-r per pound.
8 to 15
Bear m. 1 00 to 9 (JO
Sheep Pelta, ereen..,
.ft 75&-1 M
Good log ...... 4 50& 5 00
owueaiM. 4 7541 op
Medium Leaf 5i3 7 0
GoriLeaf. 7 50 9 g
RATES OF FRCIOUT.
Grain Hay ' Flour Pork
cwi. 3cwt. bbl. fyhh..
Mempbl lt 15 23 3.S
!M Orleans, . 15 IT1 i 30 45
Helena, Ark............. 15 ;) 45
Vicksburg 27 45 674
Natchei... 20 40 W
All other. way point
below Memphis to
New Oneane. M 25 30 50 75
The universal verdict, "The Hop Plaster
is the best porous plaster ever made." Only
Cheap Homes in Arkansas and Texas
Alone the lice ot tbe at. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern RailwayTexas and
acinc Kauway and International and
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres of tbe choicest farming and grazing
anus in iue worm, ranging in price irom
3.00 to 300 and $4.00 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Bend your ad
dress to tbe undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics ot crops raised in Arkaneas and Texas,
n 1883, and makeup your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tbe crop
for 188 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1883. To those purchasing land owned bv
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one-
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over tbe Companies lines.
II. C. Townbend. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
St. Louis. Mo.
J-J . Bi INOE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
8th Street, between Com'l Avu. ud Levee.
CHOKE BORING A SPKCIALTY
ALL KII4D8 OF AMTJNITION.
iafea Keoalred. All Kind ol Key Made.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND SAT
ftlirbut Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
I ClJ 'lllVLiy OUTOF ORDER.
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
TOR SALE BY
J. C. CARS0X. Cairo, Ills.
ST. CIAKA ACADEMY
I tnapiilflct'Ltly Mtuatrd In the routhern part ol
Wicouin. Pupil arriving at Dubuque, Kr&l Du
bnoue or (ialena. IU.. mar teleuhone 10 Academ
for conveyance. For further particular apply for
catalogue. ST. t'LAKA ACADKMY.
Klnslnawa Mound, Grant Co., Wia.
ST. REGINA ACADEMY, EDGEWOOI),
the mas;nlfl-ent irift ol eiOor. WaMihurn. MadL
on, Win , i a branch ol St. Clara' and offer line
educational advantage. TiO-iim
CHK-TBR aid rear open September 10. A mili
tary ColU'ge with Unlvenlty power. Dcparirut-uu
In Clvii Eniflueerinj;, C'bein:!, Ciaxnc and Ed
gliah. Circular of rapt. YV. 1 HalllclayaudN.lt.
ThU'.lewood and of Vear 1'. W. Uarclay, Cba.
Uallk'her and K. H. Cunningham, ol tbi city, or
of COL. IIIEO. HYATT. Preeldunt.
fJUJE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVKE.
CAPITAL., SI OO.OOO!
A General Banking: Pushier
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A (iESEHA L BANKING BUSlDSnS DON E.
Kxchango o!d and bought. Id teres t paid it
the Savings Department. Collection ruaJe and
all bnainuss promptly attended tn.
Who debility, exhanated
powtn, pruuiaturs tlvrity
and failure to perform life'
dutlc prop'; are cauavd by
eiceaxea, error of routh. etc.,
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mwinimenia. 1 niairatmentul
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tneceMful bpcanae bawd on prrfeut diagnoaia,
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A LADY of ABILITY
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Patent Skirt Supporting Corset and
Bkirt-upportcr, !n Cairo and vicini
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Katai a favorite preaorlptlon of on Of tht
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tud w.llb tf, barytea, molaaea
man0ott1rttrbaccoi?grea,um " ,b" MM w
LORILLARD'S ROSE LEAP FINE CUT
It alio made of the flneat .toclc. and for aromatic
chewing quality 1 ,0Cond to ion"
LORILLARD'S NAVY CLIPPINGS
take flr.t ,nk a. . .olid durable .moklng tobacco
LORILLARD'S FAMOUS SNUFFS '
have been ned for over Ul year, and are .old to
alarnur exuit than auy olhere.
who are tlted or Calleoee that fade In annthlna or
w h;n will flad the
PURPLES, "GRAYS, " AND
perfect 1 fai.t and e iab'e. II you r.nt a- honei
print, try them. Made In great variety.
Everywhere Called "The Best."
Infinin-ly butter than llnlnent, lotion or anr
other plaater-Benson Cape' ne I orou Plaater.
Ilfl!'T I'L' "" W it
I'UiM X itlefi.rU, $W Breech
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.Ingle afternoon . - gentleman got ' ' A1 X
a llvi!rwalch for flfteui mlnul-' worlt A boy It
year-old eenred a watcb In cue dav; hundred of
otter bav.- doue nearly a well. If you have
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(tructlon, and by tht- affllcwd for reliel it will
benefit all. London Lancet.
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juardian, Inatructor or elerg man. Argonaut.
Addre tho Peabody Medical loatitute, or I)r
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