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, Mayor-Tbnros W. tle.liitay.
vrreeeurer-CuarltS F. Nellia.
Ulerk Dinuli. J, rolev.
Umintelor- Wm. H. Gilbert.
Marinal-Jam 8. Rearden.
tttorni-v 4Uihi Ueudnck.
Polls MMUtrM A, Coming.
. aoABB o auaat
rirtl Ward-Wm.VoRal. lUrn Walker ''
deeood Ward-O. R. Wood we d, C, N. Hughet
Third Ward-Joh.i Wood, in en H.slth.
Poarth Ward Caarlee O. Patter 8tnael Orr,
fifth Wtrd-fli . Lancwtter. Mmry Hn-ut.
County Ofliceri. ;
Clreult Judge 1. J. Biker, ! :
Circuit Clerk A. B, Irvln. ' ,. , ,
County Jodfe t. U. Hoblaion. i:
Coanty Clerk S. J. Huvni.
Coanty Attorney Angus Leek.
Coantv Treeiurer Miiea W. Parker, i
rlherlOWohu Hodge. , ' i
Coroner R. Pitirereld 1
CoealyComnli.loBere T, W. Hallldij. J. B'
Molcakov and Ptr i
1A1HO BAPTIST. -Corner Tent eti Popla
atreet: preaching evert ttunaay mo nir.Bena
n1yht at 'I hour. Prayer nee. . W educe
day nlnbt;buuday eehoni, t: .m '
Rev.JNO. F. EDEN, Paator.
tHTJHCH Of THX rUDEBMK K-(,Itieope'
j Fourteenth atreet ; Sunday t.OO m.. Holy
Commaaloa 10:30. at., UornlBg Prayer II a. m.
Bandar tehooltp. ., Evanlna: Preyen 7:u p.m
F. P. liavenport, S.T. B. Bectot.
IMHMT M18810NAJtT BAPTIST CHTJfcCIl.-
Prearblug at 10 JO a. I , m and T JO p. ,
dabbatb acbool at T: p. Bv. T. J. Short,
I CTHEKAN-Thrrtaenth treat; erruv eb
1 bath 1:30 a. m.; Sunday tehooltp. m. Her,
METHODIHT-Cor. Elht and waiuat ttreett
Preaching Sabbath 11:00 a. a. and 1:V) p. m
nnday h'.boJat 4:uop. m. Rev . J. A. Hearreti
)KRMHTTRKIAN Klgbtb street; preacalat ot
1 Nabbath at 11:00 t. il. and 7:80 p. m.;prayei
ootlnii Wdneaday at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday 8cbel
at 3 p.m. Kev D. Y. George, ptainr.
ST. JOHEPFJ 8 -,Roman Catholic) Comet Croei
id Wainnt street; Mat every Hunday at
and lta. m.; Punday acbool at J p.m , and Vep
ra at 8 p. m. M n Yrj Bornlny at 8 a. m. Ke
ri r fc..'iuiftfKj . tj ' r.tkaii.) '.. vi-.i.
O ret and Wh!nirVo avenae; Ma every
fiandayaiid 8 and 1" a m.i Sunday ch n itl p.m.'
and V apart at 8 p. m. - ana ht y morn og at I
p.m. Ke. i.Murohy, paatoi.
" SOCIETY KBXnXUS.
CAIRO F3CAMPMBNT No 144-MeeU lecond
anl fourth Prld teach month.
A LEI AND -R toOOB I. O. O. P. No 4
Weeta tlett Tnartdty.
SAFPORD 1 01)08 I o. O. F. No. 67-MeeU
every Wednetday even eg
CA RO CuMMASD-KT No. IS-MeeU Bret
Monday in rtch month. -
I'UIROCIUP'IRNo.Tl-Me.t third Tetdy
J ol each oith.
CAIKO IOUGB No 37-Meeu aecond Monday
in each month
CAlhO LODGB.K. f n.,No. Uli-MeeU tecood
an I foenh Turdtya or the month.
P IONS BR 10 DOB. K tndL.of n.,No.4
Mceta flr-t and third Krti tech muctn,
A JIBRICAN LTUfOI OP H010B No YH-
nevia eecooa ana lourxn sonday each iiotlo
U.K. C irai Tsurtday In the month.
JDEAL LBAQUE Meeta every Tuetday nlgkt.
NIGHT op 0 'I.DBS RCt.lt. RISING STAR
LMi pi'i. & meet third Wednrtdtv each mo
RABF1RSCU. So.i-Moeit third Mjoday of
A R. PI KB CO No 3-Meett fint Monday of
a b munih.
IBB 1151 A PI'tB CO. No. 4-Me tt third
rkaradayor he .0 itb.
Sf.TAPlKB CO. No. I-Meeit aeond Wed-
eendy vf the m 'nth.
NcnoR IRE CO No. 7-Meeu Brtt Thnrtday
. eco moo b.
rpUE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of c:airo. Ullnola.
71 0M0 LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
VNTEItPHiSE UAVINO BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
Cutnmcrcial Avenue and Eighth Street
OA I HO. ILLS.
P. BMOSS.Pratident. I r. NBPP. VleePrea'ni
U. WKLLS, Catuier. I T. J. Berth. Ate't eatu
. Broti. Ca'.ro I William Kin. ,Mro
Peter Neff " I William Wotf....
C, M Oatertoh O.O. Patter..-.-. "
g. A. Under " I U. Well
i. Y. Clmou, Calodoula.
AdESBIlALBASBINQ BDS1NBHS DONE.
Kkohtnge to'.d andbonght. Interest paid il
the fievlngt Department. Collection made and
all bml neM promptly attended to.
JJK. J. E. UTUONO,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, ill.
VAPOU, BLBCTRO-VAPOR P MEDICAtBI
A ady to atlaudaoc.. . i
Jjl M. IIARIIELL, M. D.
OFFICK-Etit Sid Com loerclal, below Ith St.
Cairo lUinots. i
IR. B. W. WDITLOCR,
urn. e-No. 188 Oommerolal Arenn. betwnea
Kfht'aand Nllith Htraeu
G. PARSONS, M. D
OCULIST AND AURIST,
OFFlca-Cltjr Dru Slot, CuboadaU, 111.
I I I kl . II I l
DO YOU' KNOW:
With Red Tin eg la the beatf It the pure-1; I
mver adultiirate i with glncoae, karytua, mo aaara,
or any deluterioo lugredlentt, at I the cat with
many other tobtccoa
LORILLARD'S ROSE LEAF FINE CUT
la alto madt ofthnflnett nock, and for aromatl
cbenog qualll, la teeond to none.
1 LORILLAKDS NAVY CLIPPINGS
itko flnt rank a a toltd durable t.noklng tobacco
wherever liitr educed.
LORILLARD'S r AMOUS 8NUFF8
bav been otd for over 124 yean, and art told to a
larger cxteut than any otbert.
who are tired of Ca'lco that fade In tnnthln or
wa blug will Had the
PURPLES, "GRAYS," AND
perfectly fait and lab' II yon Dt ai hont
print, try them. Made In great variety.
To Make life Brighter
' The dyepetlc't lot It not a happy one. Ben on'
Capcloe Platter .re the remedy. Price ceut.
&Or A MONTH and BOARD fir three live
AhD Yrntig M.n or I.adlet In each county
Vvv Addrett P. W. ZIBGuBR A Co , Cb cego,
or Illntt on Economical ' nte
1 Bulldiiiir. C nuinlnr 24 olatt-a
of Cottage oatln i o n to tt.'OH. tth
oeecrlpllve l tterprcaa 1 nvo. vol., nandtume j
hoonil li cnth milled on receipt offl.
WM. 1. COM OCK.Pa.. 8 Alter Place. N. Y.
An Only Daughter Cured ot Consump
v ben death wat hourly erpected from eoniamp
tion, all remedie- bavln la led. and i-r. ii
Jamet wa experlmentln , be accldeata.lv made a
preparation or ladtan Hemi .which cured bit only
child, a d now glvea tblt recti e on receipt f two
itaapito iay eibi-aa-a. Ilemp lao cor Nlnht
bweata Nau.ee at the Htomach, and will break
Sf tili roid I' it4 boirt. Addreat CKADOOCF
A CO.,l(Ui Race Street. Philadelphia, ra.,aam
Ing tb i aper.
MASON & HAMLIN
Rlgiieit honort at all great Wortd'a Eihthtt'ont
for aevmteen y art. nlr Amerlem Orea a
awaidad inch at any. For ca-h, eaty pay m. Bit or
pretenttng vrv hlghflt iellerjpe yet at'alned
w u-it luitmiuvuiB, etuuiUK J mil prcriuui im
ffllNaVn m I Bl S nrulaaruae.ini I.
f w " " mm vt ai vvi ' veaiuu u U BUT ICVUI'
rig mot p re. refl t, maiMl tune and tncrttav
ed rtnriblivj: special ij avoid lit ii uy t net
naif ft: n . T 1 1 n . t .. . A .. . I...... I
w)i vi W"V. aVli UPal aV-U BeViVUC IrCt;.
Mason i, Hamlia Oriran and Piano Co .
Botton, 1-7 Tremont 8t ;N. York. 40 K.Uth 8t;
vuicaKO.lt n. duo Ave.
The Science of Life. Only $1
BY MAIL POST-PAID.
A Great Medical Work on Manhood
rCxoaaited V taiitv Nervona and l'bvicai De
bility Pramatore Decline In Man, Krrora ol
Youth, and untold mieorlei Miulttnr Irom Indla-
eret on or excea.ea A nook for every man, roung.
middle-need and ."Id. ttcon'aln lib preacrlptloni
f 'all acute and chronic dlaeaiei, each one ol
Watch .j intamable. ho lound 'V the Author,
wboae experience fur 'a yeartti tneb at urobablj
n-var before fell to the lot of any pbyaiclan. 00
page, bound Ir. beantlfol Pr ncb raualtn, rmbo
aed covera, lul gilt, unareute d t be a finer wort
to ev ry teme mechanical, literary ' Ld profee-
ilotai tbauaey other woik told Id tbtt country
rorj. ao. or the nnney win be rviunded in every
Initaree Price only ll.Ot) by Ti-.ll, pott paid,
lllnitrattvt earn I 8 eentt. r-end now. Gold
model awtrdt-d the author by the Natlo alMedka'
Anwtittiou. to the nicer of which le r tart
The Scl roe 01 Llf aboaid be read by the yot.Bg
f r Inxtra t on, ai d y the afflicted (oriellif, It
in B' Brai II . l.onflon l.itcet.
Then-1 no member of eoclctv to whom the Kel-
nceof Life wih not be until, better yoath,
par-nt guardian, Inttractoror lerg maa Argo
naut. Addreta the Peabody wedlcal inttitute, or lit
W. II. Parker, No. 4 Balnnei Street. Boeton.
Man., who mav be eooinlted on all 4ltiaet re
qol lnr tklll and experience Cb'onle and obatt
aaU dlaea-e that baiK haffltd I J 17 A 1 tDe
iklllol tllo'berpbyi!clana LrjlLd ape
elalty. Such treated tuc- Til VC 17 I V
cea'full without an Inat 1 11 I OfiLr
anceol failure Mention tblt paper.
SO ? M
matlan, heuralgla, fteUUca.
Pleurtiy Paina, Blltch In Wie -Ida,
Backache, Swollen Jolnta,
Haart Dtaeaaa, Bore Muaelaa,
Pain la the Cheek, and all palm and achee either local or
daip naau-d are but anlly n-Uered and iperdlly eured by
ai,a nii.knnwm Hm Plftir. Uomrjnundad. aa It la, of
the Bwdli'liMi vlrtuiiaof (renb Rnpa, Huma, Dalaami and
Ki4nwU,ltlalndaml IA eaaf pln-kmtn, tUmuUUIng,
lonthlB and etrenjrthenlnf Puroua Pluter aval made,
Hop Piatt are aold by all drugi lata and eountry Mora,
Mcenitoraverorti w. i awav n
Hailed on reralpt of M J T
yrm, a wwt,
Praprleton and Han
I IVOuaU d touKim, bad bmtU, Hour atomarh and liter
eiieene etired by Hnwley'i rlbimaeh and IJtt Hlla, Wet
OAtRO BULLETIN: flAWftDA? MoftMlW, kWBMBBft 96, 18A4.
III .1 I I III II I.. I . . .1 . 'I ' I .' "I VI
THE GREAT GERMAN
lie levee and cure
Soranaii, Cull, Bruiiei,
And all other bodily acbee
FIFTY CENTS I BOTTLE.
Hold by all Pnirglata and
Dmiera. Directloua In 1)
Tbe Charles A. Vogeler Co
llatlllmorei. JM V..A.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Sidney. Wort la the moat eoooeaaful remedy
Icvernaed." Dr. P.O. Halloa, Monktoo,VU
"Kidney.Wort la aiwaya reliable."
Sr. a. IT. Clark, Bo. Hero, Vt.
"Sidney-Wort baa eared my w il after two year
NAaruig." Sr. 0. U. Bummerlin. Bun mil, Oe
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES
tt ha ettred where all elae had failed. It la mild,
trateffloient, CEKTA1M IJt 1TB ACTION, but
hanalaae la all oaaea.
oriteleaiuee the Bleed aid BtreagtheHaad
alvee New Lire to all the important organ of
the body. The natural aetion of the Kidaey ia
laatorad. The liver it claimed of alldlaease,
and the Bowela move freely and healthfully.
In thia way the want diaeeeat are eradioaud
Ufa the .j. tarn.
rUO, LM UQTIS OS DBT, BOLD BY WCtOMTK
Dry can be eent by mail.
WTLL8, BICn AEDB0.1 CO. BerUagtea Tt
Mutual Life & Accident
AT CAIRO, ILL1NO S,
Oifanized Dfcewbcr. 1R83, Puder tlr
Law of 1883.
COPYRIGHT 8E UREO.
ucceeaor to Wido and r 'han Mn un A rt Hn
clety. o gaiilce July 4th, 18". up"h'
th- lawe of IB7J.
J- HS 0. KOU1N.SU.N i;.,a. t
WM.8 HA r i N Vici. Pewiden.
J. A.UOLtiSTINK - Treai"iiii
0. W.OtJ NIO.... - Medc. Adv'.eer
THOMAS LEWIS Sjcr.'tar,
BOARD OF DIRECTOR- poh 1t YEAR.
Wm! Mra'ton. Str- tton 4 Birr!, ro-er , L ., I I
J. A. Cto.rteime, ofiiolriatlne Koeer.wMrr. bole-
tale and ret !! flrv good;C. W. D'.nnir. vi n.r
Pr. l.Bd.Med Ex., for T-'n: Albert I.cwIj,
cmiulaloD merchant: J. H Kohin'ou. ronnn
judge an notary public; Wm. F. Pitcher, nom.
broker and insurance aient: R. Ii Pai d, my
ttteet tnpervlorj M l b 111, i. carptntfr n.d tiulid
er; Ihomaa l.ewi-, attornev ana aerr. tnrv - . .
:erce,atorne..t.law, LinQuoni III t.C Put
cahler oi Hnt..Dnil Bun . A eh'v. I ' tl rt
Haytlen. r.aihl r t Ueorire Ccnnif iVCi , ' r.iiw
leln. I I H M imn, attnrney-at- nw I'O K ,..
do l b t're.-t. f'bi''atrn; Ho . Itobt, a llntrt '", at
tornev-at law, Ch.rleeton. Mo ; U clfhtoi
caihier Flrt' National auk. Muart. h'Wt
iENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
C. R. Stuart has gune to Cliictgu on
-If you wnt to buy apples at your own
prices go to Jackson's. St
Tbe fare from St. Louis to Clara o,
owing to tbe paeseoger rate war, is only 3.
The eastera woolen mills tlmt shut
dn?D for political effect have gone to work
If you wsnt onions rht aper than tiny
ctn be raised go to Jackson's. 2t
All heart sawed and shoved cypress
hinlcs at LancHSter & Rice Mnnufactur
ing Co. for $2.50 per thousand. tf
The wife ot Conductor McE.wtt dii d
at her home on Tenth atreet Thursday
morning, of heart diioase.
Ming Ilattie Rearden returned with her
father, Colonel Rearden, and will spend the
winter in Cairo.
If wauling anything in the produce
line (jive us a call. We defy competition
G. II. Jackson & Co. St
-Blake and his men are engaged ia
"scaling off" ibe front of the City N-tional
Bank building, preparatory to g'ving it a
Dew coat of paint.
Wanted 20 pound large cVan cot
tonragsnt Tub Bulletin mike; 0 cents
per pound will ti t puui tor aulectii tock. 2
Rev. Mr. IIyt, of the Metlio list
churdi, arrivi) i in the city yetterlny with
part of hit fa nlly tn 1 will oncupy his pul
C'ltmsiin & lliifglna have completed
their new store at Olmstead. They have
been burned out lurk, stock ami btrrel
twice within two years.
-Afent Rurrhe'r, of the Mobile &
Ohio, linn a o uplu of very hk k ehll Ten.
One of them is in a ptucxnoui condition
lnm an att ck of i roncliitis.
The cohi witve cut aprons the country
an I arrived In Cairo unHnnouticed Tliurs
dny nilif. It whs acconipanled by rain,
wiud,haii, ice, iluut, suow aud j'fobubly
som volcanic i ruprtons of temper amonjr
the fair sex, whose new. cloaks ao I line hale
received n unexpected drenching on the
way b' nie from tbe opera bouie. . (,;
Dan Hrtuma is clearing nut hil 10-ci-nt
loun ersto make room fr holidty"
goodn, as will he aeeu by "ad'' in business
Iot a s. ,;
.' Judne Robinson rendered judgment
fr $192.20 against the bondomen of Frank
Cherry, and iu favor of the Rough and
Heady Fire Co.
Geo. Bu'ler got six; votes in Delaware,
and be sings: . - .
Honor the vote tby cait,
Honor fr rn fir-1 to lait,
Nobl ixt .
Th police are of the opinion that very
little "T m and Jerry" wa mixed with the
Thxnkstfifinu turkey. There whs not
chnb ot iny kind on the d'-cket yisterdty,
The rtehoQi-ld Mf, Co, o 20 Si ilth
(J inal S ., Chicxgo, want amenta to bnnOle
rpi-cialty 10) per cent profit and a jrol'l
vvtcb worth $75 given free. Write them
tt once and secure the agency. . 4t-stt '
Dmgherty & Wilson expect to have
i heir new stavo factory at Mound City in
operation in about six weeks. It takes the
pUce of one destroyed by fire a few months
The youngest ch id of Jamea L Kin-
tr rlied yesterday morning ot' iut-m
iitanwtUH eroup. This is the teeond one ol
the family that has been carried off by thia
dibetse within a few weeks.
We offer to arrive thia wpek 5 cars
fancy New York and Michigan apples. 2
cars choice oniouB, 2 cars ch'uco cahbtgi s.
1 car orange, lemons and cocoanuts, 2 cars
choice hmd-made long cut sourkraut. G.
II. Jackson & Co. 2t
Tbe Minoetunka, while at Lucas Bund,
siiired op a snag with her wheels and the
snag in turn stirred np the Kuveroment
rock btre Missouri No. i in a way that
ripped a hole in her bottom causing her to
sink in twenty-four feet water a total loss.
For four years the gossips of Washing
ton have been marrying President Arthur
to some one, and he ia still running at
ltrge. Now these same gossip have a
wide field in President Cltvelmd and have
already commenced working it tor all it is
. . , . i
The late committee on the late jubilee
col ected nearly or about $300 and txpend
$378. Ie-.vitig fiitten to twenty dollars i n
hmid a Vtry L'tt'd showing ur the cin-
uuttee and a good though uncommon situx
tion fr a political committee to find them
aeives on the home s retch out of debt
and money in the trensury.
George Chrietmau has left the exprse
husinera, or is he expre8l'S it, is "no l'nnr
locomotive liut at'.ti'inary etijine." 'I t
loot; hours for an ordinary Coiisiituiioo to
of twenty-tour, or twenty nx hour straiulu
run not suie which. He is now holding
down a desk at the Illinois Central freight
The average annual rainfall in the
United Staled, njfTereut localities, runs all
the way from 6 inches to 123 inches, the
lnwext being Fort Garland. Colorad , nd
Fort Bridoer, TJ'ah, C inches, and the hiuh
es-, 123 'nelirs, N-nh B,v, Wahhinaton i
Teir ory The on h , h'"t, tJ3 neh- s, i
nt Si ki, Aji'B. t il ii 'h n dr) i" t8
iiicios a Fift H'SK-ll, O- tf
Thinkfgivmc services at the B'iptist
church were very fine. Mr. Trick' sernn n
was commented on in terms that must
prove plensant to tbe gilted gentleman and
his friends; the singing also came xn for a
full share of praise. The congregation
was large but compoied mostly of ladies
the gentlemen seeming generally to have
sought and found some other mode of re
turning thanks for the good gilts of the
A party of hunters from Cairo camped
in the wilds of Kentucky say, our of aiglit
of East Cairo a few days to ftaat on wild
turkey, squi'rels and mallard ducks. No
bacon in thoirn; nothing but the choicest
gam. They returned home aadier and
wiser men, hut with experience that mr.kes
them authority on the relat've merits of
flickers, woodpeckers and yeilow-bammi rs
for game pie, and convinced that compared
with nothing to eat, the j ty-bird is only cr
celled by the red-breasted robin.
-The boys continue to pay their bets.
A clerk io the custom bouse has sawed a
cord of wood to front of that building in
Chicago. At Boonevllle, Mo., a business
man carried the banker the full length of
Main street on Ins bank. At St. L'Uis the
general ai;cnt of tbe Vanditlia road wheeled
Patrick,1 the school book man, from the
Southern to the Llmiell Hotel in a wheel
b irr i w, A business , man io Chicago
"toted" a coffin from one point to another
of one of the principal streets, All done
-The Norfolk (Vt.) Landmark says:
"Tito n"groes are asatfoin their fwioin
as anv other cUa, no more, no lest, and the
democrats will not disturb them in th Ir
politics tholr religion or their schools,
This will be returning good for ovil, and
this is w i at wo intend to do, so that wo
predict (and we call on our colored fi tends
t i mtke a record of what wu sin) that the
almima ration of Mr. Cleveland will be the
happloat and m.iai prosperoU time the col
ored people ol the aoutith have seen up to
thia dttu in their history."
To-morrow Tm Udm.etin will have
ducks for dinner- Ixrgfl fat mallards, that
waddled aud fluttered la their plumpness
. . i . . . i ,
around -theverdy -maruins and oterUia
surface of Big Lke, Mo., until in an Un
lucky flutter they ' p .wed too nar Ben
Shelby, standing knee deep In water with
b s ten-boro double barrel, waiting for jut
auoh vi'oiim. Theat two Kitntremen ' mill
iards, a sample of the hundred or so killed
by tho hunters who went over on Monday
from Cairo and returned on Thanksgiving,
were sent in to The Bulletin "with com
pliments of the Big Lake hunting camp
bow are thoyf" The compliment are ac
cepted, and the Hiw are they?" will b
duly do-cua ed . at the final count abi ut
inner timo to-morrow. On the f ice of the
returns they are huu-ki do-ri (Iudian for
bully). ' ' "
The Fimncial situation.
There ha U"-n oo'iceblo improvement
iu thu general situation tlunng the pnst ten
days and toe outlook is very encouriiu.
TeSierday'a reports on securities, bomle,
stocks, etc., tbtt usually txprees the feeliug
of tbe mtrket aud its prospects, were tuurli
improved and show not only au a tvajce
but a firm, strong feeling. In this connec
tion we quote from Tbe Financial Chroni
cle, an unbiased, non-political paper pub
lished in New York and representing the
industrial aud commercial inttnsts o! the
"One looking at thu cnuntiy s ile y from
tile polbt nt view winch I iwrr wuges tun-
gets may be Helmed to hold a deapontleut
opinion of the progress making. But it
must be remembered that comuietcialiy we
have been very low down, especially the
past two monilii, that many of tbe Wave
reductions were inevitable seveial weeks
sin e but have been deUyed lor political
r asons, and that cheap living materially
lebsuoa the individual loss, on the latter
point it mty io general be truthlully said
(bat while tne decline in wages relieves the
manufactures and permits cheaper goods,
the lessened compensation is worth an
much for living purpose or has as great a
purchasing power as the e rmngs ot two
years ago. A dmagreeable necessity is thus
robbed ol its chief ImMship, wlulu through
it the country lasimply adjusting itselt to
the new level of vames.
But aside from this incident, there is evi
dently some recovery of ton nd transac
tions in nearly all ot our merchandise mar
kets. One who expects to find a rainpair
movement toliowmg the torpor so long ex
tsttng, will Bee little to encourage hi views.
Yet it is none the 'ess a fact that a tutu ha
been uiMde tor the better, which if not dn
turlied by the untipi'Cted, SMi ma likely to
bring in the new year with more of promise
than cou d hive been anticipated a few
eeks since. Tins is reflected alxo In the
Wad -treet market. A very consid-rable
amount of good stock ha been tiiken off
he atreet the pant ten day, and a ln-aliii)
leaciion in priceB aet in, wHi bonos als in
active nq iest. If leit to itselt and m t en
u'liteered by cl ques the rC'Very (with t tit
U'Utl set-hacks o c ure) bid tair to Con
tinue tor all valuib e oropertte which lat'
vent have (lepre-ed ao uteatly. Tin
eloig I rttCi,iirued by the reusonaolr
b p ot larger earn. tig on our roads booh
vIuJh i xpen-ea ae tieinir i nt down, mi tha
ueuur reeuos a in uei int'ouiea are antici
pated. Il w'th these surroundings congre-s
eouldoniy be induced to do aotnethiug for
the country thi winter the outlook would
l e tiuiy inpTing. Oilr induatries are con
ducted now u .der two severe lis bilmes
a burden and a (ear. For several years
there has b en extracted from them over a
hundred million dollars in taxes more than
ulEcient to support the government. Thi
I, a burden In in whicb we wunt imme'liate
rel). I. R icin. Ill IIOl to p y . (f I) n 'S at
i tune et d ' stri. in like a Unil i
NM.lHil! Ills tee, I het i. a Carpenter III
l.m:e to pit off Ill'TigiL'e. What we nee I
it pres' nt in to reneive loi r iiroduetive pur
poees every ceut of surplui' we can serure,
and de er ibis tamd paying busines for a
more convenient seas n. Then, beaidea ex
cessive taxation, there is that ever preenr
tear from silver coiuage which ia holding
ing enterprise in check and from which out
industries require relief. The coming
tion Is Bhort we know, but there is no pres
idential business to delay or influence legi
lation; and furthermore, it is well enough
to remember that the party which sacrific
ed so much to gain tho silver vote did not
secure a single silver state at the late elec,
tion. In the light of that fact, do we not
voice tho Krnpral aentltnont when wo say
that principle, not humbug, will pay best
Tho Nejrro Re-Enavement
Governor Ireland in an Interview with a
Galveston (Tixa) News representative on
the negro re-enslavement bugbear says:
"The effect of Cleveland's election must
soon show the negroo tho falsity of the
teachings nf those who have misled them
for their own selfish purposes. The rela
tions between tho colored people and the
whites will now become much more ami
cable. The colored man will soon seo that
he , hag been egregiously misled, and
there will holes bickering between the
races than there has been iu thu past. I
regard tho election of Cleveland, in effect,
as assuring equality in the Union for the
The governor scarcely thought it of suf
ficient Importance to deny the absurdity
that the people of the 8 "U'li entertained
the remotest desire or hopes of re-enslaving
tho negro. "CleveUiid's election," declar
ed Ireland, "will tend at mine to make the
negro an Independent voter, and so far
from forcing the negro by the democrats of
the south to vote their way, they have been
by the republic ma force I to vote for the
republican party. Now such a have a dis
position to vote their choice, either for
democrats or Independents will be more
apt to do so,"
A severe burn on mv hand was cured by
Si. Jacobs Oil, writes Mi Thomas Murray,
Alderman, Toroulo, Canada.
Thanksgiving : mnroUg union service!
were held in the Baptist churohi 'Her. A.
II; Trick, pastor of the Presbyterian church
delivered au excellent sermon'. '! Tballjmna
sung by tbe unioa choir were, "Corona,
tiou," "Home, Sweet Home," and "Amer
ica," The lesson read wu Psalms 148 and
147. Mr. Oakl j read Governor ' Hamil
ton's proclamation, sotting forth the' reason
why the people of Illinois sLould be thank
Mr. Trick preached from a three-fold
text, "Religion, Home and Country." Col.
3, 13, "And let the peaco of God rule in
your hearts, to the which also ye axa called
in one body, and be ye thankful;" Prov. 8,
8J, "The curse of the L rd is in the bouse
of ibo wicked, but be blessetb the habita
tion of the jusi ;" Deut. 28, 1, "And it shall
come to pass if thou shall hearken diligent
ly unto the voice of the Lord tbj God to
observe all bis commandments which I
command thee this day, that the Lord thy
God will set thee on high above all nations
of the earth."
Mr.Trick said : "If there was no God to
receive homage, there would be no one to
receive thank fcr all he blessings ween
j y as a nation and people. This is a
Chriatam country. Scientists had tried to
annihilate the CbrUtain's God, but had
only shown him to be a stranger and living
God. Uonie should be the object of all
that is pure and beautiful, and should be
filled with the intense and noble influence
t Christianity. The family is a divine in
s'itution; tbe influence of business, of tbe
stores, shopB, newspaper and literature are
all pouring into the home, why should not
religion be pushed Into the center of the
homul The family should be taught the
absolve vmity of knowledge apart from
Christianity. Why are So many heads of
familcs religious here as eloewhere and
so many of their boys and girls never
think of religion! 11' w many leave the re
ligious robe inside of the church on Sun
day and are without it the rest of the week!
Is this consistency, which believes, but
does not practice in the borne circlet What
is true patriot'sm! It is religion; and re
ligion is patriotism. Is the man who is a
true patriot, and one who loves bis country,
content to be disinterested for the good
of hi fellow men? Has be no concern for
the moral good? Does he not want to see
this an honest na'ion, far superior to the
European uations? Is not the true patriot
an earnest politician? Will he be content
with feeble legislation? Is he not concern
ed for i he success of temperance, and the
elevation of the mass of the people!
Christianity does not constat of tears and
prayer ah ne, but it rises up and faces
every iue for the good of religion, home
an I country. No matter how resplendent
a nation is, if It fa ealiowd to become cor
rupted God will sweep it from tbe face of
the earn, as the nations of old were."
Mr Trick spoke at s me length. He
haa a plensing m nner of address and ear
nestness in si' he says that leads bis hear
ers to believe he means every word that he
ays, and will "practice what he preaches."
At the cl se Mr. Trick suggested a col
lection be taken up for the poor of the three
rlnire'iis rep'eaenfed Meihodist, Preeby
t. nun m i Baptin whiYh resulted in quite
a r- p rtahle sum. 1
CAino. November 28, 1884.
It is not more thaa once In a year that
the people of Cairo have spresd before
tbem such a feast as tbey have been called
to partake of at the opera house tbe past
two nights. The support of Frederick
War le is not so good as he had with him
list year. Miss Manypenny, though a
handsome and gifted lady, dues not carry
the audience as did Miss Annie Boyle,
whose "make up" on the Btage for her im
personations of innocence and beauty was
beyond compare unapproachable.
The great Warde in bis rendition of the
powerful Cardinal of Louis of France as
also of the hump-backed king, Richard III,
proves himself the peer of Booth,' Forrest
or any of tho greatest tragedians of Europe
or America. Ills acting Is wonderful.
Wheu as "Richelieu," ho draws the magio
circle of the Church of Rome around his
ward ho is sublime; his audience ia carried
away; to them the yers roll back; time
and place ire forgoiten; they are in the
palace of Louis, the weak and changing
monarch, and in the presence of tbe power
ful intellect that swayed the destinies of
France, though embodied in the form of a
teeblo old man. There Is where the
strength of Mr. Warde's acting lies. He
make Ins characters true to nature, and
i heir delineations perfect.. '
"How ran Mr. Smith wear such a hand
some velvet coat!" My dear child, don't you
know l.er hut-band used to pay all hia mon
ey to doctnts but alncs he took to using Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup h gives it all to her to
spend. 1 '
It is No Wonder.
That so many people sink ' Into untimely
graven when we consider how they neglect
their health. They have a disordered liv
er, deranged bowels, constipation, piles or
diseased kidneys, but they let i' S "d
think they will "get over it." It Rrowi
worse, oilier and more serious complica
tions follow and soon It is too late to save
them. If suc person would take Kidney
Wort it would preserve their health. It
acts upon the most Important organs, purl
fyl g the blood and cleansing tbe system,
remove and prevents these disorders ana