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VOLUME XII. CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 9, 1880. NEW SEKIES-NO. 83. THE DIRECTORY BUSINESS DIKBf.'TOHV ol :1c leading buainc liouici wboe advertise ment may be found In Tn Bulletin ., DRV GOODS. CO. Patter Co,, Commercial avcnu and Nine UvutU iruet. GROCERIES. . Yocjm & Broderlck, Wah. Ave . cor. Eighth. New York Stunt, C. O. Patler & C , Cor. Nino ritli ami Commercial. PUYSICIANS. Df J. II. Marfan; office, Jlo Commercial aveuue. D: Leach 4 Wheeler, Kltftith street, DENTISTS. i)r. W.C. Jocelyn, Uljjtitli nt-ar ('(imnnTClal . 'ji 8. W. Wliitluck, I Commercial avenue. INSURANCE. II. H. Canrfee, No VOOhlo levee'up talr jiriitable Life, of New York, corner Twelfth aad Wathm.'tou aveuue BANKS. C : National, Ohio levee. STEAMBOATS llree State. ICE J'jlz Sprint, corner Twelfth and Levee, BRACKET STOKE, K 'J. Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial. THE MAILS. i EN Lit A L DELIVERY open .:3U a.m.; doaei KJ i:lwp.m.; Sunday: 8 to K a. n). Monfy Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloei ' Thruui'li Eipree Malm ta Il'.lnol Central 3:0 1). TU. ' .1. ..1 ?'......! VfUaiti FlfM.f At 4 n. m. .n irnieii'w vi.""' .Miniver .... a . w .. Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall c ! at i p. rn. , ... Wit Mali via Il'.lu.ila Central, Cairo and In tei.ne aud Mte.lppi Ceutral Railroad dose al ' Way Sail Narrow Gauge Rallroi1 close at 'Cai'o and Evansvltle Klver Route closet at 2: p. m. ii!iY i.excett Friday). OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. City Oftierrs. Vayor-N B. Thistlcwood. Treasurer Edward Dezoula. t'lerk-Deuni. J. Foley. :ounelur--Wm. B Gilbert. Marshal-J (' Lallue. Av.urney-Wllllam nendrlck. ioinu or auiEUfts. Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. R. Wood- i MM " an" . r. mw. F.nrth Ward Caarle 0 Patter, Jame Kynaiton l.'hl r...l T u- ll.m.l.v Pmcl B I'ettlt. County Officers. circuit J Jdu-e-D- J- Baker. Circuit Cletk-J. A. Reves. County JudireR S. Yncuni. County Clerk-S .J. Uudiki. County Atiurny W. C. M i!k'7 Conntv Treasurer Mile W. PtrkiT. Shrrirf John llodirea. C'orunr-R. Kitr,-era.c. County Coaimliunurs T. w. ua..luy. a M liibb. Samuel Brlley CIHRCHr. 4 FKICAN M. E Fourteenth Hreet, between J Walnut and Ce.lar atrwt: iTvlr sannatn 11 a. in. and 7::w p. o.; Sunday School p. m. CURISTIAN-Eluhteeetr. ftrwt; meeting Sab y bulb lo Jp- m.; prvacblnu occionaiiy. HTRCII OF TUE KEDEEMER-Eplco.al) I , l, .,.u. Hi.n.Uv Mornim! Dravera lo t a. m.; evenini prayera. , p. m. ; Sunday iiLhoollc wa m. Friday evening prayer 7: p. m THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUrRCH- X Prcaclilac at jn:;i a. m.. j p. m.. aua v. m. bubtath acbool at 7:i p- m. Iter. T. J. hhorea, (.an tor. J UTtlERAN Thirteenth itreet; ervke Sab j bath 1:30 a m ; Sunday Kb.oollp.tu. Rv. Knappe. 1 ator. "METUUDIST Cor. Einhtr- and Walnut atreeti ; prayer meeting. W ediit-fday 1 do p. m.j Sunday rcnooi, v a. m. nt-T. uui". c.wt. -t-aHPSHYTEkiAN -Eii-bth utreet: preaching on 1 Habbvh at a ra. and :::'p- prayer meeting Wednenday at Tilp. in.: Sunday School at 3 p. lU- v. ti. I . ueoric SECOND FREE WILL BAITIST - Flfteettfc itrr.'t. hetween Walnut aaJ Cidur rtree:i er Tlce Sahhath at 3 and T:4op. m. ST .IOSEI'U'S-Roinan Catholic) Oonitr Cron am! Walnut treet; enlce Sahhata In:' a. m. ; S m lay Srbord at i p. m. ; Veeper J p. ra. ; er yictt every day at s P- m. ST. PATRICK'S Roman Cathni'.r) Corner N'.LtJj n-et and WadMngton avenue; aenrtc Sab hatb e atn! l i a m. ; Vei-pir p. r&. ; Snnday school g p. m ; .r: . ever)- da at 8 p. n. hev. F . abel, prlet WOMAN' CUKIsTIAN TEMPERANCE L -' luN. l.o ! I" reiMlar wce'.y meeting In tho ha'l of t.; Cairo Teaperat'f Reform t int). cry Tn:irdty rt-rsoon. at :I:H n'tUik. Kvvry tio !y i l .ted to attend. rnYMciANh. H. MAKEAX, M. D., Hoiucorathic Physician and Surgeon. Oflice li) Co aaerdal avenue. Reldence corner Fourteenth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo. IiEXTlST. jyll E. W. WIIITLOCK. Dental Sui'eon. OPficl No. IV, Commercial Avenue, betwet Eighth and Ninth Streets jyU. W. C. JOCELYN, D E NTIST. CFFICE-EigUlU Street, near Commercial Avenue, MISCELLANEOUS. Or'awetklnvonrowntuwn,"outtn frfo. Ko l)l)r.!k Reader, If yon waut a hunlne at V v "which pon(mi of either ex can miike gri n pay all the time thev wurk, write for pfirticnlar to U. UALLKTT A CO.. Portland. HO I'll'TV CMNTS, 51) Full 13 0;:. bott'.ea. Best Cotulttuatiou. Rblcy's Emulsion of Coil Liver Oil. W'ltU IIviHipUocphltei Llmo and Soda, with Piplno It Is h'trliiy reconinio-ided by phwlclntu & tho inot rSVotuat and reliable remedy for cough, cold. brunciatU, general debility, etc. Agreeably flavored, I'll' nit to take, And can bo retained on the wo il:e!jtnmacli. The Piinplcst, Purest rind Most Rcliublc Kumudy is Pure Dlrtllicd Extract of WITCU HAZEL, t'aruf'illy prepare; Thoroughlv reliable; Full Htrength: Hiiduijual In tlr.eof buttle to ut.v m')!e, Curc pniln, brulfe. welling, ehatliig-. uit. wound. bnru,Au',d, cald-Iieud, pile, ul: rheum ktu eruption, ore eye. ore mouth, neuralgia. iDilttmm.ttoi.r welling. ore throa' ninl for uchltig pain It I undoubtedly the t;reHtct healing prepnr tlou ever tued Numerou tesiluionlal can bo procured If donlfed. Hlxoiince botllc J'contii pint bottle, Wcenti; (junrt, $1, ASSURANCE. THE EQUITABLE LIFE Assurance Society of the United States. 10 BROADWAY NEAr YO K K Assets, $38,000,000. The Popularity of the Equitable Life Assurance Society, indicated by the fact that for Eleven years its average an nual New Business has been larger than that of anv other Company in the world, is due, in a great measure, to its well known promptness in the payment of Death Claims, audits rule never to take advantage of technicalities where an equitable claim exists. As a GUARANTEE of this, and to counteract the perni cious influence of a technical policy, adhered to bv many companies, the Equitable makes ALL ITS POLICIES, old and new. throughout the United States. ABSOLUTELY INCONTESTABLE, After the policy has been in force for three years. "The Equitable life has paid since its organ ization to January 1st, 1880, 51,882,736, and closed its books upon that date without a con tested or past due claim." The Equitable Life Assurance Society was the first to in troduce the TONTINE SAYINGS FUND POLICY. And thereby to popularize life insurace to a degree before unknown. Ry the late report of the Insurance Commissioner for the states of Massachusetts and New York, the Equitable Life Assurance Society shows the following strong points: FIRST The Equitable lias a larger ratio ot assets to lia bilities than any of the leading companies. SECOND The Equitable saved more of its income last year than' any other company. THIRD The Equitarfe's death any other of the leading FOURTH The Equitable realizes a higher rate of rent, or interest, on real estate than any other company. The Society takes pleasure in lel'errin? men insured in the society, comriosiuar an ADVISORY BOARD OF REFERENCE FOR CAIRO: TIIOS W. 1IALLIDAY, Caliler City National bank. FRANK L. GALUiHEK, Cairo City mill. J. M. rilll.LIl'S, I'reddent Unlllday A rhllllp w uartooat company. I'AULG. SCHUH, Wholesale and retull dr.;g- Rii. WILLIAM STHATTON, of Strattoa & Bird waolciiilo grocer. WALTON W. WRIOIIT, of U D. Wlll!amon. & Co., Boat Store and Cummis Jluti merchant FRANK noWK. of C. M. Howe & Bron., pro- viionaud produce. ERNEST H. 1'ETTtT, Oroccrlita. qt'eenawaro ana notion. For any Information or Insurance apply to any Member of tne auove Board or to E. A. BUENETT, Agent. 0 jrner Twelfth St., and Washington Ave., Cairo, Illinois. W. K, CRAINE. General Manager for Illinois. Iowa, JMraska, ani the Territories, 108 Dearborn Street, Chlcajo. Surplus, $7,500,000. rate was less last year than companies - - to the following well known business SIMPSON O. TABER, of Tabcr Pro., manu facturtegjeweier. WILLIAM D. LIPFET, Asitant potmatcr. W, E ttOHI SON, Dry good, fancy (food and notions. TIIOS S, TARS, General raerchandtio aad lumber. JACOB BURGER, of Burner Croe. dry good and clothing. JOHN SPROAT, Proprietor "Sproaf Refrig erator cars," CEO. R.ILENTZ. Snperiutcndcct Cairo City Cll'i'.S IIKP.BERT MACKIE, 'of A. Mackle d: Co.' Culro mUl. .v WOOD YARD, 0. W. WHEELER, Summer Wooil and Kindling constantly on nauu STAVE CLIPPINGS At Seventy-live cents per load. Stavo Trimmings At one dollar per load. The "trimming" are coare (having and make thebeH ummer wood for cooking purpose a well a the ch'.'apest ever old In Cairo. For black mlth'i ue In setting tire, they fire unequalled. Leave your order at the Tenth atreet wood yard YOCUifife BRODERICK, Dealers in STArLE and FANCY GROCERIES. Wajshinstou Avenue, Cor. Eighth Street, CAIRO - - ILLS MEDICAL. fflR FELLOWS COMPOUND S Y E U P OF Hypo-Phos-Phites SEEVOrSSESS Itafford me creat pleasure to bear testimony to the benefit I hae received from uciriL' Fellow' Compound Svrp of Hypophoihiie I have rec ommended it to muny of niv friend, and it ha proved an excellent curative for Nervottnei and (ieneral Debility. It ia also a ttret class Touic ena ble a person to take on flesh rapid!-, and Is free from the cointlpatitigeff-ctch.iracterltic of other Toulc I have tried. HENRY JOHNSTON, Montreal. Head Dr. Earle's Testimonial. Mr.. Jambs I. Fellows. Manufacturing Chemist. Sin. For several months past I hav used your Compound Syrup in the treatment of luclpleut Phthisis. Chronic Bronchitis and other Affection of the Chest, find I have no hesitation in stating that it rink foremost amorest the remedies used In tboedise-M. Buiutj an excellent nervou Tonic, it ererts adirect influence on the Nervou vstem, aud throuRh lt.it InviRorates tho bodv. It affords me pleasure to recommend a remedy which Is real ly tood In ci for which it Is intended, when so niacy aQvcrtised are worse than useless. I am, sir, your uuly. Z. S. F.ARLE, Jb.M. D. ?t cure Aatama Loss of Voice. Neuralsla. St ervoi:snes. and is u moet wonderful adjunct to other remedies in sustaining life durlnsj the pro cess oi uipiacna. Do not be dvceired by remedies l.earing a siml hr name: no ftuer prei aratmu is a eubetitute tor thi under uny circumstances. SOLD BY ALL DRVGGI8TS. PROVKRUS. ''The Richest R'ond. Sweetest Breath, and 1 direct Skm in Hop Bitters "A Ht'le Hop Bitter ave bg doctor bill and Ions sickness. "That invalid wife, mother, r.ster or child can be made the picture of heallh with Hop Bitters. "TVhen worn dow n and ready to take your bed Hop Bitters is what you need. 'Don't physic and physic, for it weakens and destroys, but take Hop Bitter that build np con tinually. "Physician of all chool use and recommend Hop Bitter. Test them. "Health I beauty and joy Hop Bitters (rive health and beauty, "There arc more cure made with Hop Bitters than all other mediciue. "When the brain 1 wearied, the nerve un strung, the muscle weak, use Hop Bitters. '"hat low. nervou fev r, want of sleep and weakness, call for Hop Bitttore Hop Consh Cure andPuin Relief is Plea.nnt. Sure Hud t'liiap. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ' INSURANCE. OP i I 1 i. A II H TV" 3 s JE i C3B r C O e - W? CM M 1- U T. V WHOLESALE WIXF.S AND LigrORS. pt CLANCY, Dealer in FIIS'E CATAWBA and otaor Choice Wines and .Liquors, OLD B0CRE0N AXD RYE WHISKIES, ' French Brand v. Ktc. No. 137 Ohio Levee. Opea at all Hoars, Day and NitfH Latest News. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH CHICAGO MARKET. Chicaoo, October 8, 10 a. m. Pork November, $12 152ll'2 Jan uary, f 12 00. Corn October, 08,7aC; ove tuber. Oats November, 29c: Wlieat October, 9-l5tf'c; November, OSJic. CniCAGO, October 8, 12 m. . Pork O.I). November, 12 20; January, $12 63. 0:ita-Oct.,29J4c; November, 2!)c. Corn November, 40c. , Wheat October, 0,"4'c; November, 9CHc ' CiriCACO, October 8, 1 p. m. , Pork-October, f 18 20. Lard October, 9 40. Wlieat October, 0o33' ; November 97c. Corn October, 09c; November, 40c. Oats -October, and November, 29 'c. NEW YORK GRAIN. New York, October. 8, 12:01, p. m. Wlieat irregular No. 2 Chicago, 09 1 10; No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 10; red win ter, 1 101 M; No. 2 red winter, $1 11?4' 01 12. Corn quiet -No. 2, 53c. LIVERPOOL ORALS. Liverpool, Octobers, 2:00 r. m. Wheat firm; winter 8a 0d(&9s I0d; Spring, 7s 10d29s 2d; California average, 8s Cd&9s Gd; California club, 9s Cd 10s Id. Corn Unchanged. ANOTHER OF ITANCOCK'S OLD LET TERS. New York, October 7. The following letter is made public to-day: Washington. D. C, May 13, 1SG8. The Hon. John Uuskln, New York: My Dear Sir Your favor of the 12th inst, has been received, and I am much obliged to you for the information given and for your flattering advocacy of my uame in connection with presidential lion- ors. I know there is a wulo-spread effort to make my name prominent in that connec tion. I think the matter more spontaneou than directed. How deep it may be will be told better in the future. It has arisen no doubt, from the fact that Gen. Grant is to be, apparently, the candidate of the radi cals, and probably my action as com mander of a southern military district may have had its share. I am anxious that the conservative element should trumpli over radicalism. I have no ambition to be presi dent. I shall be gratified if some one else who can win, be nominated. My future should I be in question, would be a mutter of serious embarrassment, having no prcfes sion but that of arms, which would have to be thrown aside, and possessing no riches However, if it be thought that I can wm aud others not, I shall not hesitate, all other matters being in accordance with my sentiments (i. e., platform I mean.) I am truly yonr obedient servant, Signed Winfilld S. Hancock. WEAVER IN ILLINOIS. Ashland, 111., Oct. 7. Geu. Weaver ad dressed about 2,000 people at Petersburg to-day. His speech consisted principal)' in denunciation of the republican party for its odious financial measures. Ho recited at great length the various laws passed by tho republicans for the protection of ua tioual banks, and stated that Grant had signed them all. He dwelt particu larly upon the outrageous bulldozing practiced by the republicans in Massa chusetts lo deteat Butler. He examined a ballot gotten up by Republicans which re sembled the star splangleil bauner. The object of the ballot was to enable the Re publicans to tell who voted their tickets, and they compelled their employes to vote it or be discharged, He denounced this as worse bulldozing than the shot-gua, be cause two could play at the latter gniue, while with the former a man had to vote the republican ticket or let his family starve. MONEY FOR INDIANA. Kansas Cnv, Oct. 7. Yesterday two largo checks on one of the Indianapolis banks were sent from this city, one of which is for the benefit of the democrats and tho other for that of the republicans. VICTORIO'S INDIANS. Qcitman, Tex., Oct. 7. Victory's In- diaus aro reported in Pino mouutaius, op posite Quitman. Col. Terresas with 400 or 439 men and a portion of Geu. Uuell's com mand approach Pico mouutaius from the west and southwest. Gen. Duell with his full command, excepting thoso with Col. Terresas, are approaching Pino mountains from tho west. There is but ono outlet for tho Iudtar.s and that is wound Gen. Grior- eon's loft flank. Gen. Buell camps to-night ia the viciuity of Quitman, on tho Mexican side of the river, and probably on the 8th an engagement will take nlace which will decido whether or not Victorio will be cap- tureu tins winter. WESTERN FREIGHT AGENT3. Colcmbcs, O., October 7. The western freight agents held a meeting here to-night, and adopted a new classification of freight and new tariff rates to go into effect Nov. 1. The changes in rates were not given out. AN ELOPEMENT. Moberlt, Mo., Oct. 7.-C. W. Rogers, a wealthy farmer living near here, has eloped with his wife's young and handsome sister, Mis3 Sallie. Both were previously held ia the highest esteem. THE GEORGIA ELECTION. ArocsTA, Ga., Oct. 7. Colquitt's major ity over Norwood for governor will be over 30,CO0. The regular democratic nominees for state offices arc elected by 73,000 maj ority. DEATH OF THE POSTMASTER OP THE HOUSE. Alexandria. Va., October 7. James M. Striker, postmaster of tho United States house cf representatives, died to-day after a lingering illness, aged 54. Ho served ia the Jlexican war and in ' the confederate army. He was elected postmaster of the house in 1876. RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP RATES. Cincinnati, Oct. 7. The" rate commit tees of. the Southern Railway and Steam ship assoeiation is in session in this city. The only thing agreed upon yet is that tho rate of cotton to New England mills shall be tho same by either rail or coast line water route. There are other matters under consideration. LONDON LETTER. Regular Correspondence. London, England, Sept. 20, 1880. Another week of exceptional fine weath er has brought harvest to a termination m many parts of England under very favora bly circumstances, while steady progress has been made with the cutting and stack of grain throughout Scotland and Ireland. Of course in the latter districts, there is still some standing corn b be seen, but a few more days of such weather as we are now enjoying will see this secur ed. Such a fine ending to the harvest is of the greatest value, for although a good deal of wheat has undoubtedly been in jured by blight and mildew, even damaged corn is more valuable when stocked in dry condition. The deliveries of new Eng lish wheat have been steadily increasing in the provincial markets, but at Mark Lane the supply has been small, and a3 might have been expected, home-grown produce has engaged the lion's share of millers' at tention. Sales have progressed somewhat slowly nevertheless, and a decline of Is. per qr, in London, and Is. to 2s. in many of the leading country markets have taken place. No Fresh feature ot interest hus manifested itself in the trade for foreign wheat, and the temporary steadiness due to the frilling off of American shipments, gave place to a fueling of littleness and depression on Monday last, which has clung to the trade during the remainder of the week. The weather in France throughout the past week lias been very favorable for threshing, which now has become general, the cutting and gathering of tho cereal crops having concluded. It is rather early to form an opinion as to the yield of wheat, but the general opinion is that the crops will fall short ot an average. Wheat, barley and oats must be noted fully Is cheaper, while rye has improved in value, with a rather active demand for iho eastern Irontier. At Paris on Wednes- lay the offerings of both native and for eign wheat were larg,und as millers bought very cautiously. Tho business -done was at a decline of fifty cents on the week. Bar ley aud oats were abundant, but difficult to sell; flour for consumption gave way 2s on the week ; 01s being the quotation for Dusk lay. Commercial marks also showed a Irooping tendency, while the latest quota tions indicated a full of 2s per sack. At Dijon the wheat trade has been dull and disappoiutiug, but rye has been in good request. At Marsailles tho arrival of wheat for tho week ending August 2Sth, wcro 55,000 qrs., aud the stock in the docks has iucreasod to 32,300 qrs. Business has been quiet, and prices maintained with difficulty, except for the finest sorts. Tho shipments from Rus sia have been very small and importers have warehoused, tho arrivals, thenco sooner than offer them at present prices. At Nautes and Bordeaux sellers have shown . t . more resistance to tne decline, out in neither port has tliero been much activity. Fine dry weather has enabled tho farmers in Germany to secure the remainder of tho cereal crops in good condition. At Dan zig the little new Russian wheat on offer ins been in good condition, but the sup- lies of home-grown, damp and sprouted , rye has been more liberally offered, and prices have given way for this article as well as lor barley.