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DoalorhL Fresh Meat.
K Hi I IT STREET,
JVtwofii WjiKhiiiKtoii ami Com1
miTciiil Av., udioiiilujr IIimiiyH.
TEEFSfor sale tho best Ilwf, Pork, Mutton. Veil,
Lamb, Nuusaipi, in-., unci Ik prepared to serve
families lu'au acccptunlo maimer.
The Cairo Jinx and Basket Co,
Floorinyr. Siding. Lath, Etc
At 111" Very lowest rilli'S.
Haviii? a Ili-avy Stock of Loirs on Hand,
( We arc prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL OltDEIW
Oa tin' shortest no'irc.
SPECIALTY made of STEAMTsOAT M'Ml'.Krt.
i .W a!. ttiMiinnii turi- F 111 II ISUA'.M ATEiClAI.S
Crmiker. t,ndv I'nc kliri Dim stave, Hcadlm:
WllOUMI-F. WINKS AND MOTORS
F. M. Stirt kti tii. Fn.lMlliiIin.ss.
Stockflktii it ROSS,
Sno t .(r to K. M. Ptockfleth,
l:nMrtt'K mot NTinln:il ilttlri'H in
Foreign ami Iioitiotit
liquors AND WINES,
llliitif. Kelly Kluii!. C itavt bi. California and im
poriel port. Srerrv, .Mcdure V iiic uml . ti atn-l'3i;iii-.
NO. tlJOlilO LEVEE. CAIItO. ILL.
J SMYTIl.it CO.,
Wholesale and Retail lb. u'.cr !n
Fniviirnaml Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kind.,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
..'1 io k ol til'' txl troods In the market and l'Iio
r.iM ul a'.d LUou to I !) hoicsaic brunch of the
LEXANDER COUNTY HANK.
Common ial Avenue and r.igutb Slraot,
F. lU'.OSS, T-nr-t-l. nt
I'. NKFF, Vice President.
II. WM.I.S. Cashier.
'1 . J. Khlt! II. Affiant C'Ri-liliT.
F. Cross. Cairn:
Peter Ne.f. Caito;
', M . (1-torloll.
K. Under. Cairo;
William Kin Cairo;
V lllinni Wolf. I airo;
K. I. IlilliliL-li v. St. Louis;
J. V. ( ii-iuwiu. Caledonia.
. 4 (1 EN EK t. HANKING lil'sINESS DONE. Ex
V cUmiv.'- M anil bou.'ht. Interest ) unl in the
v Savings Depaittnci.t. i 'ollcctions mailt! a nil all
business promptly attended to. ,
jNTlCRPRlsK SAVIN US HANK,
Chartered March III. l..ti.
OFKICfc IX CITY NATIONAL BASK,
INTEREST paid on deposits Msrrh 1st and Sep
temhcr lt. Interest not withdraw u Is added Im
mediately tn the principal of the dcposlta, thereby
iflviui; llii'tn cotnpouud interest.
."ty Children iind married women muy deposit
moiicj uml no one else rnu draw it.
WALTEH IIYSLOP. Trka hkh.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. :tAI,MI)AY, I'mnlrtent.
It. I.. 11 AI.1.1 HAY. Vice I'realflent.
WALTKIt IIYH.OP, faultier.
. TAAT TATWlU, W. r. IIAM.inAT.
IIKNHr I.. lUM.IIlAT, . M. II. rtlNNINIIIIAM,
t. U. WII.I.IAMaON, HTM'IIIIN HI Ull,
II. It, 1'ANtlIR.
Exchange, Coin and ITnttod States llontls
JlOfdllT AND BOLtl,'1
Dopoalta received and I nenurul banking bunlni'M
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Olliee: Hulk-tin lliilldlns, Washing" Avenue
Bubtcriptlon It it t o :
Iluily (d'dlvcr.;d liy carriiirn) per week $ 'i'i
lty muH (In advani i;) onu year 1" )
, 2 to
Itv mall (In advaurn) tine year
To cluba of ten and over (per eopyi
I'oitau'e In ull CB-e prepaid.
Ad vort lul I it t p H :
Flret Insertion, tier aiiuare
$ l cm
SiilHciicnt InKerlloliK. Jier uqnare
for one week, per einarc
For two wei'kn. per f nare
or tnree week
or one mon'.li
:u adillliiniil Hpiaii:
Oliltuuriea uml reuiitloiiM paseil liy Kicletlen
tell ( em. per line.
Dcatlii! and inarriaL'e free
Ir-i! Insertion, per aquurv $ 1 0,1
,Snlw()Uent liiM-rtloliH !
I-.U'lit line or holid nonpareil ronniiuie a Kquare.
liil!ied ailverllcenieiit will be char.-eil accord-
ilii; to the mee oriMijili'd. nt aliovo rate - ther bu
in.' twelve line, of ulid tvpe to the Inch.
To regular advertlxera we oiler anpertor Induce
iiienl. both at to rate of churea and luaniu r of
dinpliiylnt: their laMir.
Local Motiieii iwentv cent" per ii"'- ior urn inner
Ion; teu cent per line for each aulifcequent lui-er-
l'lilf pupi-r mav be found on file nt to o. I'. Kowel!
ti in.' NewKpaper AdverilHlne linrciiu, (10 Spruce
ireeti where tif i v-rt lr iiiif colitraeta muy be niaile
for it In New York.
Coinmuiileatloni upon ublectj'or'.'eii(.ral Iritereat
o the ihiIiIIc are ill all time luceiitalile. Hejucteil
niniin-erlpN ill not be returned.
I.ein p. aim l oniiiiuniciiinii iioiiin d aoi;r"!'u'i
Cairo Bullertu, Cairo, llliiioiB "
J! IYER NEWS.
. . . .New Orleana
. . ..(irnnd Tower
if v ot Alton
"He Meinpbl". .......
. I'. N'licurk
obn Dippold and bar'
. ..Si. Loui
, . Clnchuiati
Ily of Alton
Alice lirowu and tow
lb-lie of M. mphl
I I'. Seh.'uik
Tne Arkanas Ucllc for Evansville this
The Faunie Tatum is overdue from I'itts-
iur'r for St. Louis. Sic; has :.n iiiiiucnse
Tie- Alie Brown arrived from Memphis
iirht. and started up the Ohio with a tow
Tin Golden Utile-, O. I'. Shinkle in oin-
inand, h i't Cincinnati for New Orleans l.ut
I" 1 1 c Ji.'an 15. Maud" is hard aground at
Cawf. rd's. The Cherokee is in the same tlx
it Hat Island.
Th" Ste. G'-nevieve was due last evening
from St. Imis. She will probably be nt
the wharf this eveiiintr.
The Guiding Star fur New Orleans, and
cV fur Memphis, will surely bo here tu-
lav. U tll are over due.
Tin-City of ,Yick.sburur. Cajit. Itubt. K.
Uilev. Chris. Sharii elerk, is due from St.
.ouis fur Yicksburg. to-day.
Th" Cons Millor, Captain William Tieh-
ii"r. James Wils'in. clerk, is due from
Memphis for Cincinnati this evening.
The City o: Alton passed up during the
niLrht for Sr. Louis, with a g i id up str'nm
ari'o. principally sip.'ttr and inul;iss"s.
Th" U. J'. Si'henck p:i.-s"d up about noun,
stopping hi '." oniy a few minutes. She has
abutit .Vm tons of freight, and a light list
Captain o. I'. Shinkle is arranging with
('. T. Iluue'i'.t. the steamboat nru'hmery
litiilderof Cincinnati, fur an iron wheel tor
the Gold.-n Utile.
The new I'it'sburg and St. Louis packet.
Montana, left I'ittsburg for St. Louis on
lo r maid"n trip hist evening. Captain John
dd is in command.
riicC. K. I'er kis now a regular Cincin
nati a:ei st. 1. ui's paeKetj running in com
pair,- with the Clinton, and leaving Cincin
nati for St. Louis every other week.
. Ch" Charles Morgan passed for Memphis
on llinrsdav with looo tuns in ignt ami uu
abin pa-sengers, Shn made the run from
this port to Memphis in idxteen hours.
The A. J. I5ak t, with four barges con
taining (52.(100 bushels of hulk grain, for
New Orleans, is due from St. Louis, She
adds two more barges below this point.
The Centennial arrived from Now Or
cans at ten o'clock Friday night. She has
one of the biggest trips of the season, her
cargo comprising more than eleven hun
dred tons, mostly sugar and molasses for
The steamer Alex Kendall 'left Now Or
leans on the 18th day of January, with a
cargo of .112 hogsheads of sugar for St.
Louis, and arrived here at noon yesterday.
Bhe has had a serious time on the trip up,
burning her boilers badly, and encountering
various other misfortunes.
John II. Carter, "Commodore ltolling
pin," river editor of the Times-Journal,
will deliver ono of his humorous lectuns
at the Temperanro Uofonn Club rooms on
Tuesday evening next. Captain Hilly Wil
liams has the arrangement in hnnd, imd
will no doubt have a Im-go crowj ol,t to
lisen to lite lecture.
The Helle Memphis, Captain John Crane,
nrrived from belowr dtirinj tho morning,
imd went to the Cairo and Vluernnes wharf
boat where she discharged I.Orj bales of
cotton, which f,"e by rail. Among
her deck pnssengers are nl,nut 0jc
hundred nojjrocs of ull nes nnj
Till" DAlLl' CAIRO DtJLLETlN:
lioth sexes. Most of tliem won'
tukeii ulioiml at Delta, Louisiana, nnd art1
onigratiii to Kan.sns, wlu-ro tliey Iiopo to
better their condition. It U mud many nro
leavincj the country uround alxnit Delta, lie
ino; dissatistied with the short (.Tons of the
past few years.
The John Dippold met tin? Grand Lake
at Grand Tower, and. took tho loaded
barges-front her, rcturniiif,' to this port
yesterday afternoon. Tlie Grand Lake
went buck to St. Louis after three more
barges, and will bring them out for the Dip
loid, which will leave fur New Orleans 011
Tuesday or Wednesday.
NEIITI: I.NriLTlDK AXI) ITS ItKMEDV.
Hestks nerves, at least those that are
constantly so. are weak ones as well. The
true way to tranqiiili.e them thoroughly is
to strengthen them. It muy be, nay, it very
often is necessary to have recourse to a seda
tive, or even an opiate, in dangerous cases of
nervous inquietude, but the continued use of
such unnatural palliatives, is greatly to lie
deprecated. Though not, in a restricted
sense, a pacific for nervousness, Ilostetter's
Stomach Hitters is eminently calculated to
so ullay and eventually overcome it, a fact
which the recorded experience ot many goes
to substantiate. This inestimable tonic, by
promoting digestion, assimilation and se
cretion, touches thethree key notes upon
w hich the harmony of all the bodily organs,
depends, and the result is that fresh stores
of vitality are diffused through the system,
ot which the neives receive their due ap
xrtioiimcnt, and grow tranquil as they
Tin: Revival in Luk IssriuNCE.
That there is a decidedly reviving irttere.st
in life insurance is unquestionable. While
new and questionable practices for tempt
ing people to insure on go-called cheap
plans, are r.ot in favor, well tried systems
like the Toutine plan of the Equitable Life
Assurance Society of New York, are re
ceiving the public approbation which they
merit, and the returning confidence in the
institution of life insurance is easily ac
counted for by the remarkable results at
tained on the Equitabk-'s Tontine plan.
Many policy-holders, after only eight or
nine years' experience, are receiving protits
of 80 and 8") p'-r cent, on their premiums
per annum and with prospects of steady
A competent medical authority of our
acquaintance has borne to us high testimo
ny, from his personal observation, of the
excellent service which Imperial Granum
has rendered in case of DiarrhoM and In
lhniation of the Stomach. We are glad to
be able to repeat that here. The secret of
its action is simply that its value arines
f:om nothing more or less than the nutri
tive element of selected wheat. All the
oilier elements, and that effete matter of the
L'rain which occasions so much labor to the
stomach in digestion, are eliminated. For
ye-irs the chemists of the world have been
trying to isoiat- the nutrition or grain, and
have at la-t succeeded in producing this
iuenmpar-ible dietetic preparation and de
licious food. In almost all diseases of the
stomach and bowels, it must act like a
charm, as it is assimilated at once, the sys
tem being strengthened, and the strength
kept up. without the l" ist effort of the dis
eased organs, which, being allowed to rest,
the cure is only a question of a few days.
To many, during this hot weather, particu
larly children, this delicious food will be
invaluable. The faculty are fast becoming
acquainted with its virtue, and in many
parts of the country it has already become
their chief reliance in treatment ot dis
eases peculiar to the season. To those of
the faculty not acquainted with it we coin
mend a trial. rN. Y. Catholic Review.
THEY ALL DO IT.
"They all do it." or will as soon us they
can. Thn New York Times, which per
sists in misrepresenting th" position of the
people of Memphis in regard to the causes
leading to the change of our government,
says that "tho temper in which certain cit
izens of Elizabeth discuss its financial posi
tion does not essentially differ from that
now dominant in Memphis Mobile and !
other Southern cities. Even in this state
the same spirit reveals itself with varing
degrees of audacity. It has made a good
deal of headway during the last year. Or
iginally it took the form of a plea tor tho
relief (if the "bonded tow -"by the state.
- . . , . i ... 'lie... ..i' ,i
o nitacK was inane on i.. vuuiuiiy oi too
debt. Hut the discuss, ;i now going
on, at local meetings and in
tho locnl newspapers, exhibits
"different characteristics. Seeing no likeli
hood of success lor the sransfcr plan, the
party concerned no longer affect regard for
municipal credit or for the interests of the
bondholder. Stereotyped excuses for 'scal
ing' some debts and repudiating others
nro now as current in the interior of the
State of New York as in Missouri. Louisiana
or Tennessee. We are told that towns did
not receive a, just equivalent for the bonds
that they sold nt a heavy discount, that
speculators made profit: and that for theso
reasons the debts may bo 'scaled' to suit
the ideas of the tax-payers. In others cas
es, it 'is urged that property-owners had
debts fastened on them by tho votes of per
sons who had nothing at stake and that,
on this ground, the property-owners may
in equity refuse to pay.
"Thero was," says tho Peoria Democrat,
'a reunion Ht the house of Luthar A. Rich
ards, ncitr Woodhull Hour' county, on the
18th inst., of what could be gathered to
gether of n party who knew what suffering
was. In 1848 a party of thirty-tlvc emi
grants uml gold seekuis left the states for
California, most of them being from Knox
and Henry counties, Illinois. At little Salt
Luke City they left the regular Santa Fe
trail, and struck out on what they thought
to be a shortcut. The rout was wholly
unexplored, and for 800 nlles, and during
lil'tytwoihiys, they push d on over a liter
al desert, enduring unheard of mitTerinij.
SUNDAY MORNING, FEMtUAttY 23, 1879.
On 4th of Ft'brutiry-r-jtist think of all this
in the mountain? and in the winter when
the very Lint of their short, comings ,1kk1
given out. they reach u Spanish settlement
on the Pari tic cost near Pueblo, Los Angelos.
Fifteen of the thirty-five original mem
bers ot the party are still living.
On thu numerous book stands wjiich line
the narrow, crowded thoroughfares of Can
ton, China, the most conspicuous, even
among old classical books is a work
wrapped in ft brightyellow paper cover and
entitled "Tlx- Yulgar Tongue of the Red
Haired l!:iiliari.ins." It was printed in the
Ix'ginnin of this century, and every aspir
ing boy or cooly makes it a rule to invest
hiti half-do.en "wish"' -in the purchase of
the work, in order to learn the red-haired
tongue, or t1P English language on a "pid
Mr. and Mrs. Gill had worked very hard
for a year at u ranch in Nevada, saving
every cent that they could, and at the end
of that time started to return to Yirginia
City, when; they intended to buy a little
home. They decided to make the journey
afoot in order to-avoid expense, but they
bought a bottle of whisky to drink on the
way. 'Come. on. my darling," said Gill,
as they set nut to-gether, ''we'll be happy
now."' Their lirst effort to be happy wa's
to 'drink the liquor. It was exceedingly
cold, and lute that night Gill staggered into
a tavern thoroughly intoxicated, lie said
that his wife had frozen to death back on
the road. She was found, dead, indeed.
Hut Gill had murdered her in a drunken
. New Haven (Conti.j Register: Mr. Til
den, wllo was elected president, has boldly
and .successfully silenced the slanders
that have been heaped upon him by the
fellows who aideil-and abetted the Repub
lican thielt ot the presidential office. Mr.
Hayes, who got away with the swag, and
has been accused by the uucontroverted
facts and his own actions in appointing to
office the men who helped to carry away
the plunder as a reward for their crimes,
camly holds on to an office to which he was
not elected, and refuses to even denounce
the thieves who 'oid the dirty work, after
their guilt is made plain. The burden of
proof is now on Mr. Hayes. In his case the
theory of innocence is overturned by his
own acts. Unless lie repudihtes the re
turning board thieves and dismisses them
from office, history and public opinion will
hold him guilty of at least receiving stolen
goods, knowing them to be stolen."
A (juiet and pleasant home is insured to
all mothers that use Dr. Dud's Haby Syrup
for their little ones. It contains nothing
Flow in. A throng 01 sufferers, with
coughs and colds, annually go south to en
joy the ethereal mildness of the land of
flowers. To them we would say the neces
sity of that expensive trip is obviated by
Compound Honey of Tar, which speedily
vanquishes the coughs nd colds incident to
this rigorous clime. For public speakers it
surpasses the Oeinostheric regimen of "peb
bios and sea shore;" clearing the throat tin
til the voice rings with the silver' cadence
of a bell. Use Compound Honey of Tar.
Price 50 cents a bottle. Rakclav linos..
When used for Rheumatism, Sire Throat,
Lame Hack, Neuralgia, Sprains, liruises,
Cuts, Contracted Muscles, Stiff Joints. Corns
and Hums, on human beings; and Spavin,
Ringbone. Galls. .Cuts. Scratches, etc., on
animals, Coussens' Lightning Liniment is
unequalled, and its effect simply electrical.
As its name suggests, it is quick to relieve,
and thousands bear witness to its astound
ing virtues. Haiiclay Dm is., Agents,
Chew Jackson's best Sweet Navy
Huancii OKi'iri: of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evaiisviile, at Mrs. James' No
17 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Coal! Coal. Woon, Wood. F. M
Ward has on hand the best quality of coal
for sale at the market price. Very low;
Also a large stock of wood of all kinds.
He i.- well known to everybody we trust
he wiil rcieive hi full share of patronage.
Prices to suit the times.
'H'Ellluli Nl'TKITION TIIK I. IKK."
IMPERIAL (J HANOI.1
The Great Medieinal l'ood.
The Nahalor 1'W Invallda uml the Atfed. An In
comparable Aliment for the (Jnm Hi and I'rolec
lion of I n n i uml Children. A superior
Nutritive In Continued Fever, and a
Ki'llnhlo liciiiedlal Aitcnt In ull DIeiiHea of the
Slotn.ii h and Iiitelliie..
HUMS Justly celebrated DlKTKTie I'liKI'M'.ATinN I,
I In coinmlllon. principally ihe lit.i TKN derived
frnui llm Wimti: Wintkii Ki int Wiir.vr ckiikai., ii
mild extract, the Invention of un eminent t'hemUt.
II h.t" nut only been hl.'lilv recommended, but p..
tilled to by a lurm- number of CheiuUt mid !'hrl-c!ii-
rcprceiitlnt n very hL'li decree of medical
wli'tice-iia Ihe SaieKt, Moat Acceptabln and Kelln
ble Kmid Tor Ihedrowili and I'roli'cilon of Infant
and Children, and Tor Mothers liiclilnjr Suillclcitt
Neiirl-Uuient for their ollprlnit.
i niiar iiioai- preparation tumui irnni nnlinal or
vinous matter, which are llablo to stimulate the
hrnln and Irritate, the dlitestlva orpin, It embrace
In It elementary compiedtlon--
That which nn'ikes at run it ""lie and Muscle. That
which makes trood Kleali and lllooil, Thnt w hich Is
i'n.yofl)lietloii..niverrnntlmtlnir. Thai which Is
kind and friendly to the Ilrain, and that which ncin
a preventive of those Intestinal Disorders Inciden
tal to Childhood.
And. wlille it would hcdlltlciilt to conceive of any
thills' la rood or Desert more creamy nud delirious,
urniore tiourlsbliiK and stnnKtheiilii as an nil
mi'tit la rever. I'liTinonurv Complaint. liypcpli
andtleneml Debility, Its IIahu Jl it met n a i. Kxckl
unci In all Intkstinai, Dirkaskn, especially lu
Pysenterv, Chronic Mnrrlni'H uml Cholera Infan
tum, Una been lncimtostiibly Proven.
Hold Wholesale sad
'lNC li'AL CJTIE8 of the VXtTED HTATKS.
JOHN CAItl.K ii WON,!. NKW YOUK, . .
s.s. f5-A,W. )
JOHN S 1110 AT,
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Load ' a Specialty.
( F I C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
J J ALU DAY BROTHERS,
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hirliest Cash Price Tiiid for Wlieat.
the foi n UKVIEWS.
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keep pine with modern thoiiL'hl. din'on'rv. upt
rlnient. and aclileeiiient. wli. ther in religion. se.
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ndilros. Inr J so. t,ur copies of lour 1,'eviews and
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lir.l'IltNTI'.ll ii v
The Leonard Scolt PuhlisliingCo.,
41 IIAKCLAY ST.. NEW YoliK".
Ml'Tt'AL AID SOCIETY.
IDOW'S AND ORPHAN'S
Mutual Aid Society,
From T. A. Osburn, Act. Secretary of Dranch Ollco
llot.ivtai, Tksn., January 8th, INT.
Thomas Lewis, Secretary W. 0. M, A. S. Cairo,
Dear Sir and Brother:
Sister Acton hits Just handed mo certificate
nnd desire me to forward It to you; and requests
me to say to yon and Ihrouith yon to the Society,
that she returns her sincere thiuika to you and the
Socluty, and to say that ihu bus received more on
brother Acton's death, (or rnthur on his policy,)
than shit had expected; and that she will do all that
aha can to Increase Its membership, All that have
expressed theuiHilvi's think wull of your tabular
statement. Yours Truly, T A OS III' UN.
llouvmi, Tutor, January Nth, lfcro.
This Is to certify that my husband, llev. Janiea U.
Aclou, voi a member of tho Widow's and Orphan'
Mutual Aid Society, of Cairo, Illinois, and that, Ihe
nmomit duo ou such membership Certificates ha
been fully paid, according to the terms of thu Cer
tificates, and the mo ney expressed to mo wlthon
tine rent of Mst. for which I return my sincere
thank. . , . v. A. M. ACTON.
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Thu Spcclllc, Medlclnu Is soli' by all drttist at
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Havlntr become familiar with Cohtcn I.tiam's
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