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THE
DAILY
CAIRO
BUI
1 TFTTTVl
1
VOLUME X-
OFFICIAL ItI':Kt"rMY.
City Oili.ers.
Mayor -llccry Wilder.
Trcai-nrer - II. F. I'luker.
(.lurk J. II. I'liilliH.
I'oiiiiM'lnr Win. II. (illbert.
MurHlml C. I). Arter.
Attorney -W. l. McHce.
I'nllcc, MuiMrniH-.l..!. I'.lnl.
HUAIi!) (If AI.IIKHMF.N.
1 irt-t W.inl (i'-o. Vim '.hi. Win. uVii'ImIihii.
hei-.ond Wind -Wood hittiiuboiii-!1, N. II. 'iliiftlc
w.d. Tninl Wiml W. I', Wr'jr'it. .I'llm Wood.
Kwirib V..ir.l Cluirli I'.'.iier. I). J. r'oiy .
Fli'.b Waul T. W. Iliiiliiluy, Chun, l.uiii ui-l'-r.
Comity Ofllccrs.
rii'iill.lihli o. A. Marker.
1'irciiii Cl'irk .1. A. Ilwin.
County .liiilj" K. . Vim uiii.
Coutuy Clerk . J. II 'i in tii .
County Atinrin.y- . C. Mulkey.
Coiintv Ti'-iiMir" r A. .1 . Aldcu.
Meiil!-.Jo!.ii llod-r.
Coroner - l(. .
I'mimy I'liimiii'iiM--"-".'. W. IliiiiUy. M. V
Drown. Samuel HrlU v.
cm uniKs.
4
d Wiiluiit unit Ci-dnr !r?et; ; i f iil.hiitli 1 1
i. hi. ami 7::a p. in. ; Sunday Si lino! I ; f) p. in.
CilllflsTI N i:ii;liti i nlli "tri'i't: nieriivg Sab-
tialii 1U;:)0 p. iu.; pnatiuUiI ixuifloujUy.
dll'li'II OK Til K IIEIlKliMKIt ( Kj.f i.jmlt
V Kour t':-ulU tr-n: Murmur prayer (Sutibhib)
)li:K . ci.; i'Vciiiiii; l iii)T. i p. m.; Sabbatb
m tool !i u. in. Kei. St. J. ImSIoii !.' . IV' lor.
l-NItsT VISMOSAKY HAPTTsT ClHT:cIl.
1 I'ri-i. liiiiL' al lii: ii a. in.. ;J p. ni . nnd 7:l m.
Sahba'.ii im i.ool ul 7::iU p. in. lbv. T. J. shore.
.tor.
IIToFltAN-Tli rtinih .tied: .i-rvlc.-n -J
h i; it I) in. nu.l 7;"-' i. in.; Sunday i-eliool lia.
in. Ilcv, lln.-.M liij. r. ijii-Mr.
MK'i'iIOUr-T- Cor K:.'!'tb Mini Walnut licet:
I'i'-iv:liir.s; Niliic.n 1 r:V ii. in. Mid 7 )' ni.;
prayer mi tin. WfJii-.-fii.iv ': i. in-; Suntinj
sctiool, .i p. in. Ki . A. I'. Miirrimn. ai-'.or.
IJIlFSISYTKlM S- i:i:'.ith trcct: prou hiiiST n
saldi-illi .it U.i'i ii. hi. mid 7 ' u. in.: prayer
r.,i . iin.' Ai'ilnii'lii"- hi ; ..in p. in. : M'iiti.iy school
i. in. 10-v. il. V. i. i-.i-lnr.
CF.cuNIi KKKi: W I'..!. MI'TIsT - Fifed th
O :rei t. between W'i'm.i imilCcdar '!rwi; tit
.i i smMi:li at -i mid ', ' m.
ST. JuKI'ii'S -il: n In il l- urmr I'm"
. m! V.'amui :i-i; --riin t 'rniiili m :: .i.
in. : s iLiln.i s. iiixil :it ;. in. : Vi -in r- 1 1. in. ; mt
h i-v.ry i'..i i.l '. in.
ST. I'ATKii'K's l!i'!i,!ii Cutlmlif Cnrin-r Miiih
'.r.-.i : i 1 WnMii;..tnii hwi.ii-; 'fv", s.l'
i.mii and l'i in. : " ' p. in-: Mmti";
' in.: r.i. i'i ''Ty i!:i;. ul k f.. in. K'-v. F. Z.'i'i' l.
Till'. MAILS. ,
1 ti i p.m. ; mum n' : f ' '' x
'.t.m.-Y Urdi r lii-pari.'i" lit Dj-ii : . in.: rim"
' " ! , .
'I limii''i K ".j.n Vh'iS ii i:il:in I'nilMi uii'l
K.-M'MlppI C Ml I ; -i i i- :- !..., i.l i. p. in.
( slro mid l'iiiiar l.iu:T TLrmiii uii'l A ur Mail
f . u P- '" , . ...
Wuv ,M:iil Nln I'l'MMil. i .urn mill in-
m.ii.;f nud !i-r.-Mi; i l iMi.n Ii:i : 1 nn : - i Ihm- ill
:4 . p. m
W,( Mail fi.r N:i:nr.v i.h'Ui- Ktllntml ' I l .
" i"'i:r') fiinl F..:it'-.i' T:V'T liuiitr cli.-i lit '.::1
.. in. 1..:.Y H'ii i I" " 'Is.1'.
f;i:i:y:;hat.
AIKOCITY rEUUYCO.
FKKKYllOAT
TI1I1KH JBk STATES.
I.HA T-
nl I'ur.nh t
h a. m.
1( ii. Hi.
j p. m.
4 n m
i.f.Avr.d
M'.KMinri Land's
Ki-nturky U'f.
'.i :i. m.
11 a. n..
:) p. m.
" p. in.
!::! a. III.
J0;:i a. ni.
i::;il p.m.
4 "4 i p m.
KAILIIOAIIS.
ILLINOIS ChM'KAL K. K. '
TU.MNS l.l'.A ( All'.'!
Vh.I at. ...
I'jpren- at.
I reiudit a'...
rreifjUl at. .
Utfipm
. l : in n. ni
.. D:elv
... Dally
JtlO K ill except vindav
,, :,:in p m.. .. eM i j t r-unday
Ai:r.ivr. at vino
.f.ue. j.iii Puih
'. . .. 'J:ii p.m.. . .evi'pt Sunday
', :'.i a.m. ...except Mm. day
i::Hip.m . . ,.eie)t Suieiuy
Mail at....
Kiproa iX
rVii-dit ...
rn.tli:...
JAMK .IOIINsON. lieinT.il Aeni.
r
(JA1KO it. ST. LOUIS 1!. K.
If.W.MMlTHFUH.Keeeivei'. j
SHORTEST SHORT LINE 15 ET WE EN i
CAIP.O AND ST. LOUIS.
Tim S.'licilulo:
Tliroach Kvpren" eiiveM"Cniio 10:Od a.m.
Through Kxpri'Mi urrivcM al F. St I.oul.. o : HI p.m.
TnniUKli Uxprn-K leaven K. SI. l.nu,.... J::ia.in.
Ihrouph Kxpp'MH arrive" at Cnim i: ai in.
Miirplivulioniiiccoiti modal ion leu vei" Cairn i.l a p.m.
Mie pbvfboro Arc. arrive at .MiirpliVMburo h:. p.m.
Miirphvoboro Ace. leave Murphy-boro. . . .' p. in.
MurpliyHliiiru Ace. arrive at Cairo l '"'
Tbe Cairn it SI. I.onl liall li'vul I the only all
Hail Koine beieen i iilroi.tal St. I.o'.il miner one
iiiauiiireiiieiil. iburefure tluri nr" no ileluv ill
way ialloti awulliutt comiei't'on from ether line.
Clo-e and ure loiiiieelloi at SI. I.oul withotaiT
line fur Ninth. Llil und Wia-t.
J. A. NACHLE. h. M. JOHNSON,
Ajjent. (ii nonl MunuKcr.
QAmO t V1NCKNNKS 11. K.
7ffT'3T?.r!il!ii,-rJ
fil MILES15
SIKiHTEST IIOITIi
TO
10v:1HVill'.
nil 1.1.1 Tit I". S1IOHTEHT
vo i.ons-
M JJl WiV.r) vil. t.F., CINCINNATI, I'-AI
TIMOHH AND WASHINGTON.
t WW PCTIir. SIIOIITKST TO INHIAN
)l M I ilWo AI'OLl.S.I'llILADKl.lMllA.KKW
VOUK AND liUSTUN
AND
SIX hours savi:d
Over imlna of all nlher mule iniikiiig the niimK
eooni'cl Imin.
tr CiiKi'li.'erK by oilier mule to tm.ke coiinec
tlinn iniii'l riiln all nlulil. wiillin Horn out' to lx
iiin'i ai mull country idatliiii Inr train of cou
liecllliit roilil.
1 1,'M WW li'l?'11 FACT ittnt take nui'4M.'i
JVliiW I j.H O I il V ,, lrlln) reaching F.vau
illln, ttidliiniipiilli ('On iniiull mid I.(iiiIvIIUi Hiinic
rtiiv. Trniii li'v" uiivl in rive ul Cairo im lollmv:
Mullleiiven !: B.m.
l arrive , ,; lo:(lo im.
TIimiii;Ii llekeli oi'l Oieckn to all Important
a!'mim..:h noWFt.t. mu.i.kh.
tin o l l'u. Ajjotit. Ueiitml Hup'L
f,. 11. CUUflcU, riwaunirur Acut.
CAIItO,
I'.I'M KTIN IIIMiKliY.
fMl) MUI.LETIX
J
IHJLLET1X BUILDING
Wasliiiiicton Aveinio.
Corner Twelfth Street.
K. A. PiL'liNKTT, I'iioi-jjiktok.
HIXDIXG
i ii .ii i i .. a .. .. i ... . i
UI ill! UC.M"! )UOIi 10 Oilier U
Lowest juices.
RULING
To Oi'ilcr on Short Notice
:A'A)'yA PKH,
Letter Heads, Id ami 12 Ptmnd
r . k 1 . I 1
-oie Jicuus. o nnn o j oium
t
1111 llCUtls, 11 illltl 1 ( 101111(1
Statements, 5 and ( Pound
n;iL. r..wi:t.o
10 round
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPEU.
Envelopes. Tags, Cards,
WJiiio in id Colored
IJ.11V1Ij1V I
ILLINOIS, WKD.NKSDAY
HADI.KRY AMI IHItM ss.
JADDLMUV AM) IIAIiNKSS S1KP.
JAMKS M. KIXXKAH,
In tin' ni l 1. u i ! s i ir A Hii tm ti it sIhiiiI, iii'iii' III'
Arnli .':iliif lliiiiM-.
Cairo, Illinois.
IS pn -piiri'd lii i!n nil I;Iiii1h of win k In hi" lii"'i
i lii'i jily. ixjn illi iiniMv mill In a ilmriiii'.'li wurk
iiiiinlilii' in i: ti ii --r. Hi' iiiviti'M p:it runnel.' null niiiir
Biili'o fiillfl.n-llnii in i vi ry pailli umr.
HANKS.
LKXAMJElt COUNTY BANK,
Cimiincrciiil Avenue and Kijhtli Siruet,
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
OFFK'KIIS:
K. IIKOHS. I'niilciit.
I'. NKFF. Vln-ITimldent.
II. WF.I.I.S. .'alili'r.
T. J. KLIiTil, Amiidaut Cahbier.
DIItKCTOltS:
Willlmn Klinri-. C.ilro;
William Wolf. ( airo:
I!. I, llilllliKli'y, M. I.oiiin;
J. Y. (.'IfiUHon, C'uk'duiilu.
V. lire". Cairo;
I'i'ti r ( niio;
i'. M . Oi-icrliili.
K. BihNt. t'uiro ;
J-'Iiuh. O.l'utitir.
fiKNEIIAL liANKINi; IllSINKSS HONK. F.x
iv rliau'i' 'uiii und Ixiiiirlit. Inti-rot puld in tin
Savinirn ili-parlini'lit. ' iillittluiih Uiaiii; uud all
bit ri iic v promptly alt ' iiilrd tu.
JNTEKl'HISE SAVINGS IiANK
CliiiiU-riil Miinli ai, lliii'J.
OKl'ICfc IX CITY NATIONAL HANK,
'airo, Illinois.
INTKIIKST paid on (It'pimit Van h lft and Sop
tfinl.iT 1ft. InttTt-Ht nut withdraw n i adili-'l lin
inccliati'ly tu tin' prinrlpnl of the ili'pimite, Ihurt't.j
triviun tln-m compound iutiTi'vi.
fr-CIiililn-naml nmrrird wmn-M limy imit
ninm y mill no nne else ran ilruw it.
WALTER HYSLOP. Thkasiukii.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL DANK,
Cairo, Illinois.
CAPITAL. 8100.000
WFFICKIJS:
W. P. II. M.LI DAY. I'ri'-i.K-nt.
11. L. IIM.I.IDAY. Vi-f I'riMidoiit.
WALTE1I HVMAir, ranhitr.
1HUECTUI1S:
S TAAT T.VTl.nil. XV. p. HAI.I.nUT.
III'.MIV I.. II A I.I.IDA. V, it. II. II SMNIHIAM,
u. ii. ii.i.iAifMi.s. ktw'iiics mini,
II. II. t'ANUKb.
Exchange, Coin and United States Domls
llOltiilT AND ULI).
Depimim rim ived and a j"iicral banking bninria
ruliclictell.
WIIOU'.SAI.K WINh, AND I.II OKS
JSTAELISIIED lso:;.
F. f. stocktli Hi. Fmlnlin Hross.
Stockpj.ktii it lJnoss,
SuiM's-orK lo F. M. Sloi kflelh,
l:iilMriTN and liolmilo il-;ilors in
Foreign and Iioinestie
LIQUOUS AND AVIXKS,
lthine. Kelly Nliind. Calawbn, Cnlifornlii and Im
purled Fort. Sherrv, Meilnru Wlnea and Chain-
lllllll'.
NO. (!3 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILL.
1,SMYTII ctCO,
Wholenle nml Iteluil Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
--AM)--
Wines oi nil Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MF.SSHS. SMYTH A CO. have dntaiitly Invite
block nf tile heel ljihiiIm ill Hie liuirki't II ud udvu
ei-perlal uttviillnli to the u IioIi'huU' branch of llm
billtie.
COMMISSION.
JALL1DAY HUOTHKltS,
CAIItO, U.I.INOle).
Coiiiinission Mercliants,
DlUI.ltM IN
FLOlIt. (1KAIN AND HAY
l'miirmtom
EgyptianFlonringMills
Ilia Iicst Cawh Price TaUl for Wheat.
M0UN1X(J. M.U.TII 2fi,
KliFTINF
V KG CTLXE
Ciirid Her.
,, .. ,, IlKI.I.I.KM K. KV.
Int. II. I!. M rvt.M.:
l).:nr Sir. I mn.l .t.ii.. il.. V t: l..
fiTVim In li.TulId iiMiliml)!,. 'l.lnii.i purlil-r. rrmi-
i.urni.iii.il...i. .. .
...... ...... niii.Mii.'iiiir iii ini' wiiuni mvpiimu. aiv
wifu cniriTi'ii inr ii i. i...ti. ,.i n... ., im. w. ....I-.. i w.. .:.
Oil till! ll'L' S!u. I,.,,l"..,., 1 l.,,,.!. '..f 1 .... ...I....
.-... .. i i.i .ii.iiii r .ii . i--i inn-,
I llll ri'KUltH WT.. Mllrmii-ln : ll rnri'il Inn- ul.il.. nil
llm lornn r rrmcili- In tl-l In trlvi- hi I l-r.:i't Ion .
,. , Hii-iHcilnlh, T. F. TURK.
I know Hie aliovf in In' inn..
II KN 1CV WKItTIIKIMKIf.
Drui-t und Apolln-i'nrv, l::n MoiimoiitU t.
VKIIKTIVI' .'..r .......II,.. ..II I- I .1...
, , . " ' . "in ..iiii mi iiiimiiui ill inn
lilooi Iromilu .yii.,i. ii him iioiMiui, im m-v
t.P Till I'll t.t . .....ii..1 .
. '' ' i ii i nr''. ''ivini.' iiiiiu uiiilidri'ii"tli to
lliu rJMcn, lii liiin,,!,.,! Iy dlpi-UMU.
VKGETIXE
IJurilics tho I51oo(L
,, . I;iiton, Mai..,Oi.-t. Ii, 1H77.
Mil. 1(. II. Stkvknh: --
Dear Sir. - I havn lii'ifii uxlni: V"Sttiim for notni'
time Willi tin. ri'iitci-t Millnfuriloii. and lan Idylilv
rcrotniiiei d It u a t-reat uU-iiiiHiir and puritli rol ilif
?loa. J. U HANAFOIU).
I'lii-lorof KloMton-equaro .M. E. ( liuri'li.
Nkiiviu ksk. nml all diTansiMiii-nln of tho ncrv-
Oil MVMli'ln. nri liHti'illi' riitirii..i.fl uith n il ik..nu...l
I'OlllIillon of llm liliuiil lli lnlili- la ii fn. mi,. ul .....
roinpiudmi'iil. Tin' tlrnt lliln; lo be doim Ih In Im
prove im condition in thn tiliiinl. I liln le accoin-
IiIImIiI'II hi- I..II.... V, 1. Id
I'.ii.i'. and pom., mmh a out rolling power over the
nervoiiH pvHti'iii.
VKGETIXE
Will Cure; HI ion mat ism.
Cincinnati. April i. 1S',7.
Mn. II. K. Stkvknh:--Deiir
Sir. - I liuvi' ued vov.r mi illcl'ir. tlm Vi'-m'-
tlnr, tor l'ln-uiiintlMii h iih itrent nirivn., ni.i1 lie
line il to he Hie Im t r!ie(lici;in fur Hint niiiipliliit
Uat there i. I ao knmv il In a u'ood blood puri.
ti.T. a"il ul the pri'M-iil liinu inn U"iiii' It its the bei-t
HjriiiL'medii iiiellint I know of. I take ureal plem
ure III ri'i:oiiii;ieiiiliii the Vi-'etllie t" mv frii'inU.
II. MI NI).
Cliiirlfi" Slreet.
Tiiihanii w ill bear t 1 1 tiiony liind du it volun
tirlli i. that Vejctine i the l- t medleal coin pound
yd placed beiure the public for renovaiiii mid pu
r'fynij; the hlood. erndii iitint' nil limnon-. iHipurl
tU'. or linisiiiiii'.iii f. ep-tioiiK from llm nntein de
bililiiti d by rdaeane: In fuel. It Ih. hi iinuiv have
cilled It. "The i. rent Health lte-iorer."
YKGKTIXE
For I ) y s jx' s i a.
A-iii.FV. In... Jan. Vi. lH'.S.
II It. Stkvkn-:
Dear Slr.-T baxele'en tmini; Yi-seiiue frrJirrpep
eia. and HuU mure relief from il linn: till the' nther
inediiiuen levi-runed. Tln'ie U iioiliiiiL- like it fur
li-pe.ia. M Its. M . v.. Kowl.I.S.
I am per-onnl'.v ii-(pinmied wh!i Mrn. Fmvlkn.
and can ceilifv that the abme f Mienieui , ri,
W c. I'ACK. M. I)..
Iru-jirint. A.hley, 111.
Tiioi aM)S Si'Kak Veetlne in acknowledged
ntid recoiiimendi'd by piiv-iciiiiiM and poiheear;eM
to be the bent mirilier and eieaiii'er of blood vet ilU-
covered, and thoiinnd ciieak In it praii-e who
nave necn renmreii lo ueuun.
VECIETIXK
riiEi'.uiKD nv
II. II. .STEVENS, HOSTON, MASS.
Vegetine is Sold I!y all Iiruyirists
IN'slR.WCF..
pSUHAXCK AOENCY OF
AVells Kkuth,
IIKI'IIKFENTINO Till!
OllCOlK1 , , (Of Liverpnoll
VjMlCill.- , Capital $lil,i)i o.OOO.
lfVll r-lll-lili'lil 1 lOrM.nilreal. (an.)
ilOVdl I illl.lUlilU )t'iipiial.$!i,iKm.O)tMiold.
Ih-itish AnioiiciLS,
Af illt'illo ( Klr'" a'"1 Marine (MiUville, '. J.)
JllUUllt ( At. J1.4rJ.Wi.l.l.
e()mnieiTialU,aVfNuw.v:ui.1..,
llllinn 0- I'ulladHphla; eMnbliched lu 1804.)
I 111CM1 , Awt-t. :m.lia.OO.
Kil'lillinil'w I . tJf Dayton, OA.
a 11 uiiiiii .7 ( Aet.
Siio.i-.M.w;.
(Ji'rinantA..'::111,!),
1USKS W KITTEN' AT FA I It IIATF.S.
OllUo ill AIoxiiikUm' Coiiiitv U.-uilf.
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GF.NF.1IAI, MFncllA.MMsi:.
XO. i wz.
C. HANN Y,
Wbolonlcimd JU-tnll
Dry Uoods and Clothing,
HOOTS AND SlU'ES.
i
CA1JPKTS AND OILCLOTHS,
rnmrncrrlnl Aronrm. t P. 111
Curucr Kluhiu niriMjt i UlllW, ill.
l7!i.
J
i T A
iTS.
l . 1 k
MAIMvETS i;Y TKl.KtillAPI!
Mvi.uiiM.i.iiii.MS.
r r i .i .... . . . .1
i.i t i.urnoi.. .iiari ii, :wo r.M. nciii ;
unchanged Winter. Ss llil(i.!)s 3d; Spring, !
7s 8ilti.'i!(: 3d; (.'aiil'ornia uvi'rajt. Hs llden
Ds.'J.I; ('aliti'inia dull, Us .'!il(-Mls 7d. Coin
new- ft i ill , 1- .lil -is (id.
NKW VOHK CHAIN,
Xew Y'ohk, March 3., 13:01 I'.m.- Wheat
qiiict No. 3 Chit'ium, 1 Ql)(,r II-!;
No. 3 Jlilwankce, $1 Olei.1 ().-j;i:ed Win
tT, SI (Ml 14;','; No. 3 U-d Winter
1 11; No. 2 Aml.er, i W.vlI 13. Coin
quiet Strainer, 43;. No. ;i,4:'.(; No.
2, -14?.,'.
ClllCUiO CI MAIN AND l'UOLU til.
Ciiic.uio, March 3.1, 10 a. m. Pork
April, All !i3ij; Miy. $ W )r,(,r 10 073'.
Corn April. 3 !;'; .May. Wlieat
April. 8flf8'; .May, Hi.
Cmr-Aoo, March 33, 13:00 m. Corn
April, ai Ij'; May, '.'AC'V-i'tJi. Wheat
April, M'ufe!; May, 0:i 1 tr; 0:i. Pork
April, $10 021, ; Mav, 10 03' L
WASIIINOTON LETTER.
Spec a! Com ponili'iice of the Cairo llullelin
WamiiniiTon, March 31, 1S7II.
Your cori'Ls;ii)iiiti'iit has had interviews!
U'itll il tirnmim.nt ..Oi.dl t., l... ....... .....
...... .. .....,,.. ii i. wun i,u jn mi; iiriiui
lepartinent which resulted in trustworthy
lnlorination on n point heretoforo in d.niltt,
namely, the stalwartness of the president.
this official is a stalwart of the severest
kind, ono wl.o has disagreed with the pres
ident on his southern policy, "you can
etutn to the. public,"' this official savs,
that the U.'pulilicans can take hope and
the Democrats warning that the pi'i'Mdent
is fixed in his determination to stand out
against the repeal of the. federal election
laws at whatever eo.-t." This official is in
high giee nt the prospect, and is reassured
Ly the fact which has nut lieeu lietV.v
stated. I helieve. that for the first time
since this administration came into power
the members are a unit in sustaining
the president in his proposition to
veto any measure that contains the
provoscd political legislation. Even
Key is in "dead earnest," according to
this enthusiastic radical official, in the pol
icy thus marked out. And as for Schurz
and Thompson, they have renewed their
allegiance to the stalwarts, and changed
from "sore head Republicans" to "bloody
shirters," to quote this gleeful official once
more. There are stalwarts who still doubt
the president's metal in a crisis, and there
are Democrats lmm tho south who claim
that he is indebted to them for support and
wili not go back upon them, but I must
conclude from the information I have gath
ered that the president will take n partisan
stand with his old friends in this contro
versy. And I may say that he will go fur
ther than anybody else has yet contempla
ted. It has been currently reported that
the Democrats, in case the appropriation
bills with the political attachments are ve
toed, propose to take a recess until the week
before the beginning of the regul-r session
in December, upon the supposition (hat,
Congress still being in sosion, construc
tively could not again be called in
extra session as in case it should
adjourn. The president has canvassed this
matter, according to my informant, nnd has
j taken the advice o. his cabinet upon it.
They decide ununinioiisiy that this can not
defeat the purpose of the administration in
obtaining means to run the governm-nt
machinery. The president will at
once
call another meeting to take place previous
to.huiRo'Jth, tho close of the fiscal year,
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ble at his demand. The statement will cro
ate a sensation, but my authority is unim
peachable. The re-ult ol the political c.u
plications is then.to.o inure pioblcnuiticul
and interesting th in tver. "Now you see
it and now you tKi.i't !"' That is the rule of
alTiirs here now a it is of prestidigiition.
A liltl.! sign of wavering was e.vpo.vd in
the Democrat it; house; cniicu last niy ht.
Mr. Springer, of Illinois, surprised his
friends by opposing the absolute
repeal of the election supervisor laws. Ho
its in favor of the law sub
Btantiii'ly, wh il !"' tins mean? Are the
nothern Democrats weakening as the Presi
dent stiffens up? There were signs of dis
satisfaction, too, with the heretofore ac
cepted programme that no general legisla
tion fchoiiM b.! undertaken at the extra ses
sion. Ah x. II. t'tcpoii B ltd the demand
for gi ncral legiviCion, and although Mr,
R.vi '".ft 1 n jvurcd to discourage tii.it Idia
it prevailed so f.iT 1 s we cm jud,;o fmtn tho
cx;itv.ssions of luemheiH, N policy wim
CA u;n, but u committee m rro:aioJ
Latest
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NEW SEltlES-NO. 2r.
tu settle upon a ir r.mm., nml tiiis coin
miiti'o will coiiI'it with t!m Vnutt! Didniv
cinllc ciiiiiii.itti'o ami fi-jioit in aduy or two.
1 riio liiM ussaiilt mi tin; siiiicrvisors l.iw waa
!"'U!intl,(!l,o,ls(!y(,,,,'r.l1.y,WlHm McMu.
i lion, of Ohio, jMvsi'iiti.'il n ini'innnul of citi-
,.isi,r Cincinnati m-kiii!,' for n inv.-hliaa-
r
nun oi a lichen iunni'8 unuer t Hut law in
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the election of c(ini,'resMinen Young und
I.ntterworlh of that city, The request wa
rantcil, tin Kepuhlicans iwM'ntiny; to it
with tin provi.siim that the investigation
should coverlii! whole inntter of the work
invf 'if the e!i;ctiiin law.
ON lll'll MOST DISTANT KIlONTIKIl, a.S ill
our busiest and most populous cities of tho
seaboard and interior, Hosteller's Stomach
Hitters is pre-eminently popular. Wherever
civilization plants its foot mi this continent,
thither the trreat tonic soon finds its way.
Nor is this surprising, for it is the. medicine
of all others b"st adapte 1 to the wants of
the Western emigrant, bo he minor or agri
culturist. It is an incomparable remedy
for the diseases to which he is most subject,
and which are liable to be brought on by a
change of climate, hardship, exposure, un
accustomed air and diet, and miasmatic at
mosphere nud water. Among these are dis
orders of tho stum ich and bowels,
rehunvitic ailments', and malarious fevers,
for all of which Hush Uer'n Hitters is a cer
tain specific. A coiifM' of the Hitters be
tor.' ilepaiting for the new field of labor, or
o:i arriving will have the eff . et of prevent
ing the evils for which it is such a signal
remedy.
DON'OOLA ITKMsT
i;y old tkiw,
Since our last items, for The Bci.i.ktis,
the weather clerk has changed the pro
gramme. Instead of mud, sleet and snow,
we now have beautiful sunshining weather
and the indications are, that farm lalxir will
be resumed nnd vigorously prosecuted It
is now conceded by nil that we will have no
peach 's this season; all the fruit buds hav
ing been killed by the cold snap last week
It is also evident, that many of the peach
trees are killed. The prospect for a good
ield of wheat is flattering. The plants
never looked more healthy, and the stand
is good. There now appears to be, but ono
serious drawback upon the general welfare
of the whole country, and that is too much
congress. We do not prntmsc in these items
to pitch into politics and say who is U
blame for this extra dose of congress. Wo
only hope that while the dose is very nau
seating it may lie the means of opening the
eyes of all thu voters in this broad land of
ours. Reader, "there is something rotten
in Denmark'' nnd it is our duty to look
after it in our congressional election. Quito
an exciting trial, was had before Police
Magistrate J. P. Dale, on the 23ml inst.
The suit was brought by A. S.Wilbur,
against one William Hinkle, charging the
said Hinkle with loud and tum
ultuous talking, and quarreling,
together with drawing a knife. A. S. Wit
bur for the people and W. T. Freeze tor
the defence. After an unlimited amount
of noisy and boisterous talk by the counsel
for tile people, die trial was commenced,
and in a short tinio terminated, by the
police magistrate deciding that the defend
ant w as not guilty, and that the said A. S.
Wilbur, prosecuting witness, ami attorney
for the people, should pay the cost of suit,
on the ground that the. prosecution wa
clearly a malicious prosecution.
The case of Davnult and Hrown, who
burned the calaboose in Dongola, was
finally terminated in the circuit court last
week. The grand jury tound a bill against
Devault for arson, and it was the opinioa
of many that he would get to wear striped
j clothes a f ;w years, but then he didn't.
When tried before the petit jury, they
brought in their verdict, "not guilty."
V. iimii-i ,ywu iwu nil- i'""""1 ,a lul: uu
no doubt will act innocent again tho first (
time Mini" old chum ".sets thorn up." Let
it be ivjitated and kept before tho peo
ple, that the whipping post will work a rad
ical eure fur getting drunk and .raising
Cain. Two years ago, many men and wo
men, prophesied that tho Murphy movement
and red ribbon would soon euro nil our
whisky troubles. Did it do I:? Will it
ever do it? Wo leave the reader to an
swer. (JtAi iTV and efficacy considered, Dr.
Rull's Cough Syrup is without exception
the lest cough preparation In the market.
Price 33 cents a bottle; five bottles fur ono
dollar.
Notice. to all w iiom it mat (xinckiis :
Tho Cairo Hulli'tin will pay no liillu con
tracted by any of its employes, or nny ono
connected with the Bulletin, mdos tlm
same Is made on n written order signed by
myself, nnd the order must lie, uttachcil to
tho bill when presented, and no contractu
for advertising or job work are valid nnlcM
the tamo are endorsed by myself.
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