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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1879.
NEW SERIES NO. 231.
iyor- Henry W inter.
eritrer--lt. V. Parker,
erk .1. It. Phllll.
itiiiMi-lur Win. 11. Gilbert,
tralial '. 1. Arler.
loruev- W. tj. .MeUee.
.lire Ma;:ltrute- .1. .1. lilrd.
IIIIAIM) UK Al.llKI'.MKS.
rat Ward -Geo. Yunini, Win. O'Callnhan.
ruud Wunl -Wood llltteuhoiiae, N. it. ThlaUo
d. iltil Wnnl - W. P. Wrlilht. John Wood,
.urth Wiird-Charle D. 1'utiir. D. J. Foley,
fill Ward-T. W. ilullliluy, Cbaa. Luntaatur.
rnill JiiiIki'-O. A. Murker,
ruilt Clerk -J. A. Heave.
lUiity Judge- It. S. orum.
mnty t:ii-rk S. J . liuniiu.
umy AttornyW. ('. M ulki-y .
uuly 1 Tr itn urc r A. .1. Allien,
frill -John Hodge.
u my (.'ommii'l.uiii" T. W.
vu. Samuel llrilcy.
Ilallldajf, II. V
'KK.'AX M. K.Foiirteenth alreet, between
Walnut and Cedar ln-t:t; hti' f&bbatU II
. and 7.:) . in.; Sunday Srlmol 1:30 p. m.
IRISTIAS-F.iijlite.eiiih atreel; meeting Sab
tiutU lo:;w p. in.; prearhiug oecaaloually.
jritCIl OK TIIK KEDKEMER-tHplaeopal)
Ifourteeuln atreet; Mnrniug prayera (Sabbath)
) . in.; evening praver. ,:V p.m.; Sabbath
iul V t. in. Kev. St. J. Dillon Leu. Rector.
RhT MISSIONARY BAIT 1ST CHURCH. -'iijii
hlng at l:3n a. m.. S p. m.. aort ') P- m.
nth school at ",::) p. ui. luv. T. J. Shore,
THE RAN-Thirteenth atreet: aervlrea Sab
balli II a. in. and 7:30 p. in.; Sunday n.uoul Ka.
Kev. iiUiTu hn-r. imMor.
erilODIST-Cor. Liirhth and Walnut atreet;
I'riaihiiie SaM.ath !'):. a. m. and 7 p.m.;
er iiicctlu,;. Wedu.-adsv 7::) p. in.; Sunday
io!, 3 p. in. Kev. A. J'. Morrleon, palor.
tiMlYTKItl AN - Eighth atreet: preaching on
ebbath at 11:U a. m and 7:ip. m.; prayer
lu" Wcducii at 7 : p. m ; .Sunday School
p. a. lier. H.'Y. George. patr.
(((NT) KltKKWII.I. ISAIT'.ST-Flfteerth
treet. between Walnut and Cedar atrr.-te; er-ar-abbathat3and7::Jp.
JOSEPH'S Mtoniaii Cathollr) Corner Crnaa
in! Walnut alree:: imia Sabbath 10::J' a.
M.-.iday r bHil at J I' m. ; Veeper 1 P ni. ; aer
everyday at s p. in.
pSTJiD'K'S-i Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
tre'.-t ami a-lu:i,ton iiveiim-; a-nio-a Sab
i m.d lo a. ni : Ve-ner- p. m. ; Sni.dav N h'xd
n eervuea iirv day at 1 p. in. itrv. r. .aov..
iNKUAI. DELIVER open - m-l l,H,
a -ion in ; Sundv: MnH a. m.
,j,y or.kr UvlM.rtm.-n; i.peu at 8 a. m.i do
w''.'u Et;.re- V;: lllinol Ontral aud
x,a and I'oplar Muff lUrouh aud Way Mall
w MaVl v a Cinai- (.vntral. falro a-id Yin
and M;.-.aippi t' "rii Hailroad-cluoe at
I'i Mail for Narrow .auz KMImmI 1o' l s
,'iroind Kao-v:!i Hivi r UuuW cloatu at 6:30
. dli (fici-pt Friday i.
IREE teM2. STATES.
UAfia UllTM tAT
.Kourth. Miioarl Und'g. Ktntmky Ld g.
g a. m. ' bla. m. 9 a.m.
10 a.m. 10:am. Ham.
tp m. 30 p.m. Sp n.
4 p.m 4 p m. jJpL .
.LINOIS ChM'UAL It. K.
TRAINS I.KAVK CAIKO
...II '45 p.m.
... 1:10 p.m.
... (Mi iti.
. . , i:0t p.m.
. except Sunday
AIU'.IYK AT C AIHO
i:U0p.in except Sunday
8 l0a.ni....,ic''it Monday
6:30 p.m. ....tpt Sunday
JAMKS JOHNSON, tieneral Apcut.
AIRO & ST. LOUIS K. It.
I. V'. HMITIIKIW, 11o'1vt.
OHTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
C.VIKO AND ST. LOUIS.
i. r . ..... in-riiAm.
IUBII r. iprnt.ll H'B.n v nil u
luzti Kxpri'Hn arrlvea at K. St I.oull.. (1:40p.m.
luih Kxpro-a leave K. St. I.ouix.... H:30.m.
H1KI1 fcxproaa arrien uk niiw i
phynhoruaeciimniodiitlon leaven Cairo i Dp. in,
phyMlioro Ace. arrive at Murihynboro H:Vp p.m.
nbynboro Acc. leavoa Murphynboro. .. 5:80 p.m.
pliyalioro Acc. urrivta ut Cairo It 56 p.m.
,e Cairo A St. Lnnin Hail Uond in the ODly all
t .a .. . I tii t .ui In iiniler cinu
HOUUT iiw niiu
npement, thereloro thero are no neliiya at
aiauou Hwaiiiiiii i-uiiH.-rm'iiF innn v... . ..
'u aud cure contiurllnnaat St. Lonlx with other
a (or norm, r.aniauu nei.
NWOI.K. L. M. JOHNSON,
AK'"1'- tieneral Maua(!r.
urn i;0!THI5 81lnTK8T KOUTB TO
Hfll VQTHK SIIOKTKST TO 1,01'IH.
SllliriO vil I V i lMiMNNATl. HAL-
lrrr i.n ttim uuniiTttsT TO INWAV.
M l UViO AI'0L1S,I'II1I.A1KLFI11A,NKW
Ui AND BOSTON
six nouns saved
r t ruins of all other routes waking tho lame
rr t'UMMiRprp hr other route, lo muli connec-
tntiKt ridu nil' nlKlit. rttlt!iif from ona to alx
m at Kimll country atutluna for trulni of vou-
?nOf 11 inTIIK FACT nml takiiO!ir4:4&
llnlUl)l.MV ., n,. train, ri achlmt Kvnna-
i, Indlnnapolli", t'lnrlnnittl and Loulnvlllu name
Trillin leave and arrive ut Cairo na follow :
llr-iivim 4:45 a.m.
I arrive! lO:(K)p.m.
irouuu llckuta and ilierM to all important
V. MILLBU KOHWKLL MTLLTiU.
lien 1 f'c. AiffM. viaimrai OMf l,
L. II. Clil iiCU, raievncar Ant.
mi I E BU LLETIN
Corner Twelfth Street.
K. A. BURNETT, Puoprietok.
Of all descriptions to order at
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Found
Note Heads, 5 and 6 Found
,,, Tr , I
Bill Heads, 14 and 10 round j
Statements, 5 and' Tound
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAI'EH.
Envelopes, Tags. Cards,
Wliito mul Colon il
POSTKll .I 'A 1 MO B. i
SAIILKRY AND HARNESS.
gADDLEKY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMES M. KINNEAIt,
In the old Ludwlg 4 Heerwart stand, ncHr the
Arab Engine House.
18 prepared to do all kind of work In bin linn,
cheeply, Kxpedlclouxl.v.and in u thnrouifh work
munllki) manner. He invite, patronage aud Knar
auteea aatlcfactlonln erery partlculur.
LEXANDEIl COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. IsrtORH, Prcaident.
'. NKKK, Vice President.
H. WKI.I.H. Caahlcr.
T. J. KEUTH. Aa.litaot Caablcr.
F. Iiro, Cairo;
Peter N'eff, Cairo;
O, M. Oaterloh,
K. Iinder, Cairo;
William Klope, Cairo;
William Woff. Cairo;
It. L JUlllnfcaley. St. Louis;
J. Y. ClumaoD, Caledonia.
4 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
2 change Hold and boUL'lit. Interest paid in the
havint-s department. Collection, made and all
bu.incas promptly attended to.
JNTEHl'HISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 1863.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on depoall. Marrb let and Sep
tember Int. lutrrer-t not withdrawn i added lin
mcdntely t the principal of the depoaita, thereby
yiviut! tht-m compound intcrcat.
RT Cliildren and married women may deposit
money aud no one ele enn draw it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Treascker.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. II ALLIDAY, Prealdent.
II. L. 1IALI.IDAY. Vlce-I'realdent.
WALTEK UYSLOP, Caahier.
a. arAAT. tatlor, w. r. iuu.oat,
Ktllir L. BALUDAT, B. It. Ct;N.1IM011AM,
. D. auiaoK, rrii'uax bibb,
H H. CAMDH.
Exchange, Coin and United State Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Depoaita recelvad and a jeneral banking baaineM
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
F. II. Stoekfleth. FredolinBross.
Stockfletii & Bross,
Sncveaaora to F. M. StwMeth,
Intportiisi and Wholmale tleralersin
Foreign luid Iiomestic
LIQUOKS AND WINES,
Rhine. Kelly laland. Catawba, ('allfornla and im-
Jl.,,or1, Sh,:rr, Mwl4r Wl,u'' ud vh
NO. tfSOIIIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.
.SMYTH t CO.,
WIioIomI and Retail l)ti in
Foreign and Domestic i .iquors
WincH of all KitkIh,
NO. GO OHIO IJiVEE.
MrKi!S. SMYTH A CO. have conntanUy )ari?e
atnek of the be I ;ood In the market ajul give
napcclal attuutlon to Uui w boleaale brauch f the
ROnt. CHAIN AND HAY
Highest Crtsl, Yrk VM for Wheat.
ft! wwm Vw
' Ei b ..( It Ci 4t I
Dit.H. R. Btevkn:-
DearSIr,-! niUHt atuto that vour Veectlne de-
aervea to lie called fiiluahln blood puritler, reno
vator and Invlfforiitor of the wholu eyatcm. My
wiii7 niiu, iv. ' K i'Hiii ui niiu) wiui ncroitiia nuro
onthelep. She took aeverul bottle of Vecellne.
'i he reaullH were mirpniilin-j It cured lier. while ull
.1... ".. ...... ..ll,l..l ll.M f..ll...l ... ..1
LUC ItillH.I IVH.U..V.. .uiim iii uivu PHiirinri inn ,
It.. n, tn n-tit. rr
..f-lVl.UIUlY, 1, T. IUll.ll.
I know the above to he true.
, HENRY WERTHEIMER.
DrusalHt and Apothecarv, mo Monmouth at.
iiuum.-i'ii riiuricaiin!; an impurities or tno
blood Irom the ayatem, it haH uo ennui, it ha ncv-
rr imiru '' - -"'-. Hiving imie auuairengm to
the eyatuin duhilituted by dlaeaae.
l-'urifies tho Hlood.
Bostok, Mass., Oct. 12, 1877.
Mr. R. H. Stivkks:
Dear Sir. I have been iwlne Vegetlne for aome
time with the (treated aatlifactloD. and can highly
recommend ltaaa great ck-anaer and pnrlflerot the
blood. J. L. 11 AN AKOKD,
Paator 0 i.,';! itoi-B(junru M. E. Church.
Na Bvofumai, and all derangement of the ncrv
ona avatem, are unalJr connected with a dlaeaaed
condition of the blood. Debility la a frcnuent ac
companiment. The first thin? to be done 1 to Im
prove the condition of the blood. This la accom
pliahea bv taklne Veiretlne. It ia a nerve medi
cine, and poaaiaaea a controlling power over the
Mr. II. R. Stevens:
Cincinnati, April 9. 1K?7.
Dear Sir, I have need yonr medicine, the Veec
tine, for UhcnmittlBm with creat aucceaa. and be
lieve It to be the beat medicine for thnt complaint
that there la. I alao know it ia a (rood blood purl,
fler. a'd at the preaent time am uains it aa the bet
aprinnmedicincthat I know of. I take irreat pleas
ure in recommending the Vcgetlue In mv friend.
TliorHANiia will bear teatlmony (nnd do It volnn
tarllv), that Vegetine la the bent medical compound
yet iilaeed before the public for renovating and pu
rifying the blood, eradlentlnp all humor, impnri
tle. or poiaotioua aecretioiia from the avatem de
bilitated nv illaeaae; In fnrt..lt I. aa mini
called it, "The Great Health Restorer.
Asulkt, III., Jan. 12, 1878.
H. R. Stevsn:
Dear Sir, I have been uaine Vegetlue for Dyapep
la. and dud more relief from it than all the' other
niedkinea I ever need. There ia nothing like it for
Dyapepaia. MRS. M. E. F0WLKS.
I am perannally acquainted with Mrs. Fowlka,
and can certify that the, above ttatenent la true.
W C. PACE. M. D..
Otug'sM. Aahley, III.
TitorflANDa Spkak. Vegetine ia acknowledged
and recommended by pbvolciana and apothecariea
to be the beat purifier and cleaneer of blood yet dis
covered, and tbouaaada apeak In its praise who
have been restored to healtu.
II. B. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Veg-etine is Sold By all Pruffffists,
JNSURANCE AGENCY OP
Wells & Kektii,
Royal Canadian UKSii
British America kZA.
MSIlvilla 'Fire and Marine (Mlllvllle, N.J.)
tOIIUIieiCliU Aaaeta $5I5,334.8.
TTninn Kof rhlladelphia; eatahllahed in 1804.)
U JUUI1 ( Aaaeta, $J.,ltti0O.
Fh'PinHl'iS i (Of Dayton, O.V
T llCIIltlll f Aneta fllO.fcii.M.
ftPVmmt (Of Freeport, HI ).
UC1 IIKlll (Aaaeta $ 155,877.33.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
Office in Alexander County Dunk.
S 3 W
C tr! S
5 ft O
Wholeaale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CAHPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
JjSATOI Cairo, 111.
MARKETS BY TELKGRAPII
LIVERPOOL OKA IN.
Liveupool, March, 20, 2:00 p.m. Wlieat
quiet Winter, 9s!)a 41 ; Spring, 7a &M
8s 3d; California, nveragp, s lUl9s4d;
California cluli, Cd0s 8d. Corn new,
NEW YOHK UKAIN.
NewYouk, Marcli 20,12:00 M.-"Wheat
iuiet No. 2 Cliica'M, l 02 t 03;
No. 2 Milwaukee, fl 041 0.1 ; Red Win
ter, 1 04l 15; No. 2 Red 'Winter
II l!5t IS No. 2 Amber, $1 12. Corn
quiet Steamer, 43,V; No. 3, 43; No.
CniCiOO GHAIN AND rRODUCE.
Cuicaoo, March 30, 10 a. m. Pork
April, $10 02; May, $10 15. Corn
Maj, 30. Wheat April, 80 ; May, 03.
Chicago, March 20, 12:00 m. Corn-
April. 32; May, 36. Pork -April, $10 15;
May, 10 27. Wheat-April, 89?$; May,
Sepcclal to the Rrpahllcao,
SnitrxoFiELi), 111., Mareh 19. The
speaker's arbitrary ruling on tho opening
of the house this morning, when he direct
ed the clerk to read the majority nialitia
bill, claiming the order of business to he
house bills on first reading, when the house
last night refused to read the bill a first
time, is only un evidence of the desperate
means a coterie of Republican leaders pro
pose to use in passing this measure. The
bill was read a first time before tho sleepy
opponents or the measure fairly discovered
what was going on, but a motion to make
it a special order failed. It is through t this
measure the Republican managers propose
ta raise fund3 for Republican campaign
purposes during tho next two years. The
bill is a bad one. While the members are
in favor of a proper malitia law, a majority
are not in favor of such schemis as this
measure provides, to rob the state treas
This effort of Mr. Snigg was creditable,
and he received much congratulation from
hia fellow members.
OVER W H ELM ED WITU BUSINESS.
The business on the house calender
makes a ponderous showing, and many
members aro despairing of ever getting
through. In the house there aro 42 house
bills on first reading, 79 on second rending,
35 on third reading, 0 senate bills on first
reading, 4 on second reading, 2 on third
reading and 4 as unfinished business, show
ing 162 measures recommended, passed by
committees and to be acted on, 121 of
which will hav? to go through tho mill in
the house alone twice. The above list does
not include the bulk of the senate business,
and when it is considered that only four
insignificant local measures constituted tho
entire legislation accomplished thus far,
where will this thing end.
The senate penitentiary committee this
afternoo,n during a very stormy session,
agreed to recommend the building of cell
room to accommodate four hundred pris
oners at Chrsterand refused to recommend
a total outlay of more than $124,000 for
all building purposes for that prison. The'
friends of the Southern penitentiary claim
that this is not half enough of what is de
manded by that institution, and that this
sort of allowance is merely proposed in or
der to force members from Southern Illi
nois to vote for the heavy appropriations
such as the canal, etc., asked by the north
ern end of the state. The meeting was
heated nnd abruptly terminated without
further action, but there seems to be no
doubt among members that the Chester
prison will secure all tho appropriation
necessary to carry on the work as the house
committeo has nlready unanimously rec
ommended this course, and the trick, as de
veloped by tho senate committee, will fail.
The senate committee on municipal af
fairs recommend tho passage of While's
bill regulatjng the charge of sleeping-car
tares, as follows: Lower berths, $1 00;
upper berth, $1; section, $2 50; stateroom,
Washington, Marsh 19. It is already
evident that both portirs in congress aro
agreed in restricting the legislation of the
extra session to the passage of tho bills for
which it was convened save that tho Demo
crats will ins'mt upon tho political amend
ments being alllxod thereto, which will bo
stubbornly resisted by the t Republicans.
Senator Edmunds' resolutions touching this
matter reflects tho Hcntluictits of the min
ority and is tho signal for the commence
ment of hostilities. , ;
Hi' AUKS' DITT. '
Sparks, of Illinois, lias been selected to
submit to tho house as soon as practicable
the army appropriation bill, which, in its
provisions, will be identical with the one
that failed lust session. It will include the
enactment prohibiting tho presenile of
troops at tho polls, leaving the two remain
ing political amendments to bo the legisla
tive, judicial and executive bill.
THE CIN'CINNTI MEMORIAL,
The memorial from Cincinnati touch'ng
tho election of Butterworth and Young
will come up to-morrow, and a lively fight
over it is anticipated. It now appears that
the memorial was signed with a view of
using it as ammunition with which to fight
the supervisors, law, and when tho Bigners
learned that it was being used to unseat
tho two Republican congressmen referred
to, they asked to have their names erased.
Neither of tho defeated candidates is iden
tified with tho scheme to unseat his oppo
nent. APPLAt.'DED BY REPCBLICANS.
The reading of the president's message
elicitod hearty applaiine from the Republi
can side of the house, and many of tho
Democrats commend it for brevity.
The personnel of tho minority represen
tation of tho senate committees was agreed
upon at a Republican caucus of the Bcnato
to-day, and tho list handed to the chairman
of the Democratic caucus, who will offer it
to the senate for adoption. The Republi
can senators in caucus unanimously agreed
in favor of confining the legislation of the
present session to the passage of the two
appropriation bills unencumbered by any
political amendment, and Edmunds subse
quently offered a resolution to that effect.
It is not probable that a reorganization of
the house committee will take place during
the extra session.
Special Correapondence of the Cairo Bulletin.
Washington, March 17, 1879.
This evening house and senate Democrats
will caucus on tho question of officers.
There is considerable excitement here, but
it is almost all good natured. There has
been an unusual amount of intcrlcrenco on
tho pirt of Democratic senators, and un
fortunate prominence has been given to tho
name of one Democratic aspirant for the
Democratic presidential nomination in 1880.
These things are to bo deplored, as they
may force into the proceedings of cougress,
after the organization, tho enmities aow en
gendered. It ever the party or tho country
needed a united and harmonious Demo
cratic party they need it now. lathe
words of General Grant, all Democrats
should now say "Let us have peace."
Thero is likely to be an investigation into
the means by which Senator Ingalls, of
Kansas, cscurcd bis re-election a few
months ago, The speaker of the Kansas
house of representatives is here with other
members of the legislature, bringing a mass
of papers which they claim show flairrant
acts of bribery on the part of Ingalls, That
radical state seems to be cursed with offi
cials and representatives who make bad
reputations for themselves. Ingalls himself
was elected only because his predecessor,
Pomeroy, was driven to retirement by an
open charge of purchasing votes. Mr. In
galls has not been popular with his brother
senators, cither Democratic or Republican.
Disappointed by the failure of congress to
provide in any way against tho return of
yellow fever an other summer, some South
ern men will make an attempt to get action
on tho subject early in the extra session.
It is not surprising that tho feeling is gen
eral in favor of doing something. Tho fol
lowing bill will be introduced by a South
ern senator, to carry out a plan which is
receiving a good deal of attention from peo
ple here, and which has been often men
tioned in this correspondence.
"That the secretary f the treasury bo
authorized to contract with Mr. John Gam
goe, for tho construction of a steel refrig
erating steam vessel to be used at the quar
antine of such of the gulf ports as may bo
recommended by the national biwd of
health, with tho consent of state authorities
to disinfect vessels and cargoes from ports
suspected of infectious yellow fever.
The construction of said vessls to be un
der tho inspection of an officer of the bu
reau steam engineering of the navy to bo so
lected by tho secretary of tho navy, and for
the purpose of such construction tho sum
ot $300,000, or so much thereof as may be
necessary, to bo immediately available, b
hereby appropriated out uny monies in tho
treasury not otherwise appropriated."
No ciiii.ii can sleep soundly whilo suf
fering with Colic or from Teething. Re
move tho causo by using Dr. BuU' Baby
Syrup. Only 23 cents it bottle.
A Card. To ull who sro stiflering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, uor
vous weakness, curly decay, loss of man
hood, I will send a recipe that will cure
you, free op cnAiioE, This great remed
was discovered by a miasionury in S.uii
America. Send a lialf-additwsed envelope t
the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D. Bibl
House, New York City.
Cnicw Jackson's U-st Sweet Navy