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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
... City Officers.
Treasurer Edward Iiezoula.
Clerk Dennis. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert. '
Marshal J. C. l.ullim.
Police .Mu;ltrute J. J. Iiird.
BOAR!) OP AI.DElOftff.
Flrot Ward-Win. O'Callahau. M. J. Howlev.
Kocond Ward-David T. Linear, C K. Wood
ward. Third Ward-W. P. Wrleht. Etrbcrt Smith.
Fourth Ward Charles 6. Putier, James Krnatton
Mllh Ward-T. W. Hulllduy, Ernest U. mill.
llrctilt .Jtulno 0. A. Hurker.
Circuit Clerk-.!. A. Reeve.
County Jiidu'i It. H. Yocum.
fount Clerk S. J. Iliiuim.
County Attorney W. C. Mttlkey.
County Treasurer A. J. Aldcn.
f owner It. FitZ'.'eru.c.
'ouuty Commissioners T. W. Ualllday, M. V
Browu. Samuel Brlley.
AFRICAN M. E.-Fourteetitb rtreot. between
Walnut and Cedar streets; services babbatu 11
a. m. an J ? :&) p. m. ; Suuday School l:)p. m.
CnRIsriAN-ElKhtountli atrootr meeting Sab
bath 10: p. ui.; preaching occasionally.
(1HTRCH OF THE REDEEMER-tEpiscopal)
J Fourteenth street; Morning prayers (Sabbath)
I0:) a. in.; evening prayer. , :i) p.m.; tabbuth
chool ft u. m. Her. St. J. Dillon-Lee, Rector.
IMRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCRCU.
' Preaching at 10:W a. m., 8 p. m,. and 7 : p. m.
Sabbath school at 7:30 p. tu. Rev. T. J. Shores,
IUTHKRAN-Tblrtecntb afreet; service Sab
J bath It a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday school Va.
in. Itev. Duerscbuer, bastor.
METIloDIST-Cor. Eljhth and Walnnt streets;
Preaching Hnbhath lo:9) a. m. and 7 p.m.;
rmyer meeting. Wednesday 7:30 p. ro.; Sunday
bchool, 3 p. in. Rut. A. P. Morrison, pastor.
1RESBYTERIAN-Eli.hth Mreef. preaching on
hablm'b at ll:iJ a. in. and 7::p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:ip. m.; Sunday School
ht 8 p. m. Itev. B. V. George, pastor.
SECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Fiftecith
street, between Walnut and Cedar streets; ser
Vice Sabbath at 3 and 7:30 p. m.
CT. JOSEPn'S-ZHoman Catholic) Corner Cross
O and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:. a.
rn. ; Sunday School at mi p. in. ; Vesper, ij p. nl. ; er
nces every day at 8 p. ni.
ST. PATRICK'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
treet and Washington avenue; service Sab
hath and Ma. tn.: Vespers 3 p. m.; gnndav School
8 t. m. ; service every ilay at s p. m. Itev. F. Zabel,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE lEbj STATES.
HAVES LEAVES LEAVE
Foot Four'b t Missouri Land'c. Kentucky Ld'g.
h a. m. 8:M a. m. ! a. m.
10 a. c. 10::) a.m. 11 a.m.
2 p.m. 2;:p.ra. 3 p.m.
4 p. rn. 4:W p m. ft p. m.
(jAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. li.
II. W. SMITIIKIiS, l-olver.
.SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
TbrouL'h Expr's leaven Cairo k:I" a m.
Thrutiub Expretia arrive at E. St. Louli..,:Uip.iii.
ThruuL'h Kxtirea leaven E. St. Louie.... t':iia.m.
Tliroui;h Kxpren arrlven at Cairo 5:10 p. ni.
Murphvi'horo accommodation leave" Cairol j '."i p.m.
Mii'pbyi-lMjro Arc. arrive at Murphyeburo ti:t.' p.m.
Jttiriihvoboro Acc. lenven Mtirihvboro... 4:ira.m.
Miirpbyaboro Acc. arrive at Cairo 10 41 a.m.
Thpra'roASt. I.oul Rail Road I the only all
Ball Route between Cairo nud St. Louis under one
management, therefore llien1 nri- no delay at
av iatiiii: awaitiim ronnertlona from other line.
Cloe and wire connection at St. Loul with other
lite for North, Eat mid Wet.
J. A. NAl'tiLE.
L. M. JOHNSON'.
CAIRO & VIXCENNES R. R.
I ArTTTT'WTHE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
01 JlllirO Kvunsville.
i IfTT THE SHORTEST TO LOl'IS-
H MIIjVjO V1I.LE. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
.U HfTT TC1 THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN-
rt iUlJiiO AP0LIS,1'HILADELI'HIA,NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train of all other routct making the fnrao
. J ll...nwpl iiv nttiii. rnlttn. tn TUnUn CnnnOC-
'ju muit rlilu nil nlubt. wiiltlng from one to fix
hour at, nmll country station lor trains oi con
T Vf "FAT Ti"PT?THE FACT nnd take our 4:45
lVE-i.U.LYtU nr. IV tti m trulI)) ri.achliiK Evana
l'le, Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Loulvllle same
day. Train, leave nnd arrive at Cairo as follows:
Wall leave 4:45 a.m.
V,.ll nrrlv,. ' 10:00l.tn.
Through tickets and checks to all Importaut
F. A. MILLER KOSWELL MILLER.
Cien'l I'u. Acent. General Sup t.
L. B. CHURCH. Passenger Agent.
.lESSE HINKLE, N. B. TlIISTl.EWOOn, J. II. MoonE
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. '
No. Ji3 and 13T Commercial Avonnc,
fyLtboral Advancements made on Consign-
TOeuts oi louaoco, r lour, anu urain.
tVAg 'nts for Gear, Scott Co.. threshing ma-
rhlnes. nortablesaw mill and thro'shiuir onulnes.
iriinl for (Mi
Agents fori immpion narvostmg mncnmei, mowers
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Proprietor.
Of all Descriptions at Lowest Prices.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter neatlg lft and 12 p0Ulul
Note Heads, 5 and 0 Pound.
Dill Heads, II and 1 Ground.
Statements, 5 and 0 Found,
Bills Lading, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
I n i rn ri i
Hiiro nnfts "ino's i nri s
' 7 J?7 "
"Whito. and Colored
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY
TIIK WORKWOMAN'S FRIEND.
In those days of political trickery, a true friend
In the t mo of need, is a friend Indeed; and such
a friend Is
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It la a lure cure tor
CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLDS. ASTHMA
and all diseases of tbo Luugs, Chest and Throat
This woll-known remedy has been used for
thirty years and ha cured thousands of cases,
mauy of which were given up as bopless.
No case, however obstinate, can resist the
healing properties of Dr. Wm. Hall's Bui nam for
the Lungs. Trial bottles will be furnished grat
uitously toall tvboareaflktod with Luug and
("Remember that It I the persistent use of
mu uaitam mat cures me orst cases , ,
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wholesale Ageuts.
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Ei?hth Street,
F. BR0S9, President.
P. NEFF, Vice-President.
H. WELLS. Cashier.
T. J. KERTU. Assistant Cashier.
F. Bross, Cairo: William Kluzc, Cairo;
Peter Sen". Cairo; William Woif. Cairo;
C, M. Osterloh. R. L. Billtngsiey, S. Louis;
E. Buder. Cairo; J. Y. Clemsuu, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
change sold and bought. Interent paid in the
Savings Department. Collections made and all
bustues, promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 81, 1C69.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on deposit M.irch lt and Sep
tember lt. Interest not withdrawn is added Im
mediately tu the principal of the deposits, thereby
giving them compound interest.
t3T Children and married wonwn may deposit
money and no one else can draw It.
WALTER HYSLOP. Treasurer.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLIDAY. President.
II. L. HALLIDAY. Vice-President.
WALTER HYSLOP, Cashier.
. STAATS TAYLOR, W. P. HALUDAT,
1IENUV L. HALLIUW, R. K. Cl'NMNOUAX,
0. D. WElUMvlS, STEfUES BIKD,
H. II. CANOES.
Exehanje, Coin and Uuited States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a zeneral baaklng busiaes
5 S o
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE. .
TESSRS. SMYTH CO. have constantly a large
especial attention to the wholesale branch t the
Dealer in Fresli Meat.
Between Washington ancl Com
tMAMnl-1 . ....
",r,i auiotmng nanny.
r.mii. mr 8,,lMS". c., aud la prepared toerv
"mines la to acceptable maauer.
MORNING, JUNE C, 1879.
THE VERY BEST MEDICINE
spepsia and Indigestion.
., Newton, N. V Match 87, 1(CT.
Mb.R. II. Stivem:-
Dear sir, Onco more I tako thepon to praise tbo
king of Mudlcinos, Vegetine. When I began to
take Vugeiluu two years ago with such murked ben
efit, my friends tboiiL-ht It waa a stimulant effect,
anu would ooa subside, leaving me a bad as he.
fore. Thinking that sumo of ihoe who read tho
testimonial that I wrote at that time, might think
the same, I write once more to satisfy them on that
point. Hlnoo I began to tako Vegetine almost two
years aeo, I have guined steadily until the present
time, at which I am enjoying my former health, aud
consider myself cured by Vegetine. Two years
ago I was as low as a man could bo and live. I was
confined to tbo bed for eight months, and given np
to d a byiKht doctors, some of the most skill
ed tn the State. Tbey said 1 bad several
diseases. Including consumption, heart disease, and
several others, equally fatal, and must die . But
egetlue, taken as a last resort, brought me through
and to that I owe my life. Since my health bemin
to Improve. I have made a studyof disease, and find
the cu'ise of my symptoms to have been Dyspepsia
or Ind,getion. and I also find that flvo cases of
disease in every six, are effects of the samo cause.
When the food Is not properly digested in the atom-
acli, it becomes a poisonous, putrid mass, which it
absorbed Into the blood, and by that is conveyed to
pnrrsof thcirtem,rauln'ymptoin of disease
Inanyorall of the organs of the body; and If this
cause i not removed, these symptoms become in
time organic diseases. I have given Vegetlno a
thorough test In my own caso, and also In that of
many of my acquaintances, and find it to bo the
very best medicine extant for Dvspepsia or Indlges
tlou. one of the symptoms ot which Is usually the
belief that you have some organic disease. Iam
well known In the towns of Goffstown. Weare, and
Newton, of this state (N. II ), andean furnish an
undeniable corroboration of all these statements.
I will willingly answer any letters of Inquiry in re
gard to my own case, or the use of Vesetluc.
Your truly. A. J. BURBECK.
If Vsoetink Is taken regularly, according to di
rection, a certain aud speedy cure of Dyspepsia
will follow Its use.
Mr. II. R. Stsvexs:
Dear Sir. For the last fifteen years, during the
months of May and June. I have been afflicted with
what the doctors called Asthma. It was very' dis
tres!ng, rendering me miserable, so that I dreaded
it coming on. I was recommended to ue Vege
tine. I took two hottles before I.cxpo:ced the at
tack, and was entirely relieved. I feel grateful to
Vegetine. JSO. T. RALINOER.
UU4 Greek at. Phlla
Veoetine has restored thousands to health who
bad been lonj and paiuful suSerers.
Pimples and Eruptions
of the Skin.
H. R. Stevens:
My mother has used yottr valuable medicine '
etlue," for Tetter and Eruptions of tho skin,
has found great relief by the nse of It. I can
oinmund it for such complaints.
K. A. tSLAlhW &LL.
Dec. 2-5, 1ST7. Uuluntown, Union Co., Ky.
Humors on the Face.
In thlsconditlon of the skin, the Veoetixe Is tho
great remedy, a it act directly unou the blood.
It cleauses and purifies the blood, thereby cansinir
humors to disappear. By Internal treatment all
intDulitie are thrown out. Veoetink irlve I'mul
circulation to the blood, rellevlnir tbo Inflamed or
concesrea orgini-im. restoring tho health, frivlug a
ijood, clear coinplux'ou.
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vejetine is Sold By all Druggists,
JJEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN" THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street aud I
C. O. PATIER &c CO.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
HUrhest Casu Price Paid for Wheat.
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES, '
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
KuitVa r Cairo, ml
MARKETS by telegraph
Liverpool, June 5, 2:1)0 p. m. Wheat
unchanged Winter, 8s 9d9s 5d; Spring,
Tu Cd8s4d; California average, 8s 4d
9s Id; California club, 9s ld93 4d. Cora
new 43 2d.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, Juno 5, 12:01 p.m.-Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, 1 051 00; No. 2,
Milwaukee, $1 06; Red Winter, $1 17J;
No. 2 Red Winter, fl 11; No. 2 Amber,
$1 10. Corn quiet Steamer, 42)4 42;
No. 3, 41; No. 2.43J844.
CH7CA.00 GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, June 5, 10 a. m. Pork June,
$9 57,4'9 CO; July, ff "07Ji9 70.
Cora June, 3030; July, 37.
Wheat June, $1 Otf; July, 99;.
Chicago, June 5, 11:00 a. m. Pork-
June, $9 50; July, $9 539 57 . Corn
June, 30W30M; July, 30. Wheat
June, 03l 034'.
Chicago, June 5, 12:00 m. Wheat-
June, $1 03; July, $1 00. Pork July,
9 52; Aug4r $9 02. Corn-July,
3C30 ; August, 3737.
Chicago, June 5, Close Wheat June,
$1 03; July, 09gl 00. Cora June,
3030,ig; July, 30. Pork June,
$9 47U; July,?fJ 53. . .
Special to the Republican. ,
VASIIrGTON, June 4. In the liouso to
day Mr. Springer offered a resolution refer
ring to the judiciary committee all the evl
dence taken in the last congress regarding
the stealings of Geo. F. Seward, minister to
China, with instructions to take additional
evidence it necessary, and report to the
house articles of impeachment if the cvi
dence warranted. Tho Republicans raised
a point of order, but when overruled by the
chair made no further opposition. In tact
a number of Republicans voted for the res
olution on a rising voted and all tho other
Republicans refused to vote, thereby giving
a passive support to tho proposition. Sc
ward, it will be remembered, hung about
here quite a while to see if he could safely
return to his post, which Evarts, in spite of
the evidence, held open to him because of
his relationship to Assistant secretary So
ward and William II. Seward, former sec
retary of state. A more pronounced rebuke
could hardly have been given the present
secretary by his party in congress than by
their action to-day in quietly endorsing a
proceeding looking to Geo. F. Seward's im
peachment. MISSISSIPPI RIVEU IMPROVEMENT.
The senate on Mississippi river improve
ment was in favor ot changing tho bill
which passed the house on Monday for an
improvement commission, so that there
will be 7 commissioners instead of 5. Tho
civil'cngiueers of the country are sending in
petitions to this end. As the bill reads, three
are to be from the army engineer crops,
and two from civil life, not specifying that
the two shall be engneers. The proposed
change is to provide that there shall be
from the army cnigincer crops, two civil
engineers, one for the coast survey and one
person familiar with the navigation ot the
river. Quite a number of members of tho
house have been urging the seuate commit
tee not to change the bill for, fear of en
dangering its passage at this session by
sending it back to tlic house to . have the
amendments agreed to. There arc others
who believe on the contrary that it should
be done and that it can be done at this ses
sion. If the change is minle tho army en
gineer crops will oppose tho bill, as tho in
crease in the commission would prevent
that crops having entiro control of tho
Ingalls tills morning begged for another
delay in the elections committee, asking
until Monday. The committee told him
that they would gie him till Saturday, but
that this must be the last time he could ex
pect the courtesy of tho committee. It was
intimated that he had exhausted the cour
tesy of the committeo by remaining a mem
ber of it wliilo his case was up. When tho
resolution goes to the senate for power to
conduct the investigation, the Republicans
will offer no minority report. As ono Re
publican senator on tho committee said,
Ingalls can not expect his party friends to
do moro than keep silent.
IIAUIIOU OF REFUGE.
In tho houso to-day Mr. Frost introduced
a bill appropriating $.1,000 for a prelimin
ary survey for tho purpose of constructing
a harbor ot rctugo at or near tho city ot St.
Louis, especially to protect tho commerce
of tho city atralnst ice-floes.. Mr. Frost is
compiling Information showing the neces
sity of such a harbor to bo presented to tho
committeo on , comraerco, "where the bill
, f HOW VtWt VOTED.
, In the.caueui yesterday, . when a voto
was had as'to whether thcDcmocrats should
NEW SERIESNO. 296;
adhere to the issue as made, all the Missouri"
delegation except Senator Cockrcll voted'
in the affirmative and against tho compro
mise plan which was adopted. Senator
Cockrell.liko Col. Morrison, did not believe
at the first in tho policy adopted', but was
not willing now that it had been inaugura
ted to back down and did not voto at all.
Tue death rate op our country is get '
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea-, '
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from the most msignigcant origin. At this
season of tho year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in the hurry of every
clay lite wo.aro apt to overlook the clangers
attending it and often find too late, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
I every winter, while had Boshee's German
SjTup been taken a cure tfould have result
ed, and a largo bill ot a doctor beenavoided.
For all diseases of tho throat and lungs.
Boschec's Gcrmtirf Syrnp has proven itsck, .
to be tho greatest discover' of its kind in ;
medicine. Every druggist in tho country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
050,000 bottles sold last year without a
single lailure known. .
TnE Flcrry is Stocks." Always
means an opportunity for some shrewd and '
1! - . . . ...
uii-ty uptTiuur io iuhku a iianubouie prom.
Messrs. Lawrence & Co., Bankers, N. Yn
have established tho new combination sys-'
tern for operating in stocks, so that capital
in any amount from $5 to $50,000 can be
used profitably at any time that may suit
tho customer. By pooling tho orders of '
thousands of patrons into one immense
sum, and operating them as a mighty '
whole, under tho most experienced skill,
vast profits are made, which could be
gained in no other way. These are divided
pro rata among shareholders monthly. An
investment of $10 returns $50, or 5 per
cent, on the stock. $100 pays $050, and go
on, accordiug to the market. A St. Louis,
patron made over three hundred per cent.
on an investment in October by the com
bination method. Messrs. Lawrence & Co's
new circular (mailed free) has "two unerr
ing rules for success," and full information
so that any ono can operate with profit.
Stocks and bonds wanted. Government
bonds supplied. Apply to Lawrence & Co.,
Bankers, 57 Exchange Place, N. Y. City.
Hore is what the Washington Post says
in reply to the objection that tho South
has sentao many soldiers to congress:
"The one unpardonable offense of the
South, the thing for which she can never
hope and certainly will not care to be
forgiven by tho Radicals, i9 that she has
sent so many of her soldiers to congress. If
there is any peculiar significance in this
fact, it is that tho South thinks more of her
soldiers than the North does of tho men
who fought under the old flag. The South
went into war honestly. Men do" not stake
life and all that makes life endurable on a
echeme that they believe to be evil. When
a man is willing to put himself up as a tar
get for shot aud shell in vindication of his
belief, he is honest, right or wrong. Hav-'
ing been defeated in the struggle, tho South
accepted the situation, but did' not court
infamy by going back on tho brave men
who had fought in her armies. She sees
no necessity for ingratitude to them in or
der to prove her loyalty to tho United
States government. Her brainiest men
fought her battles, and she does not hold
that they thereby forfeited their claim or
fitness to represent her in congress."
Deal gently with tue stomach. It
proves refractory, mild disipline is the
thing to set it right. Not nil the nauseous
draughts and boluses ever invented can do
half as much to remedy its disorders as a
few winrglassfulls nay, three a day of
Ilostcttcr's Stomach Bitters, which will
afford it speedy relief, and eventually ban
ish every dyspeptic and bilious symptom.
Sick headache, nervousness, sallowness of
the complexion, fur upon the tongue, verti
go and those many indescribable and disa
grccublo sensations caused by indigestion,
are too often perpetuated by injudicious
dosing. An immediate abandonment of
such random and ill advised experiments
.1 ...1.1 l. .1,., d-it fr.r, in lm ill.
rection of a cure: tho next step the use of
tltis standard tonic alterative, which has
received tho highest medical sanction and
won unprecedented popularity.
A report recently made, at the New
York Dairy Fair, and largely copied in ag-
ricultural journals says: "tho best Butter
Color exhibited, was Wells, Richardson &
Co's. Burlinjrton, Vt." Warranted to trtoe
a rich, golden color with no effect on the
flavor of keeping qualities. Druggists
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
5 " " " Noto Heads.
5 " Linen Letter Heads.
2Y " Linen Noto Heads.
Tho best quality of paper at r'iccs of
tho cheapest grade,
5 pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.'
14 and 10 pound Bill Hcnds all sizes.
Extra super whito Envelopes at St. Lonis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Binding, all kind at Tbk
Bulletin office. ;
Qusrt. Why will men smoke common'
tobacco wnea uity oaa nuy xurtrarf cav
' Seal of North Carolina'1 at the sum prioet