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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
VOLUME X. J ' ' CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1879. , " NEW SERIES N(X 297.
OFFICIAL DlBBPrnnr. I ' - ' ltm.T.mv rnvnu-itv. ' I . or.,,,... I i . .
Treasurer Edward Deguula,
Clerk-Dennis. J, Foley. . ,
Counselor Win. B. Gilbert. '
Marshal J.C. I.ulluu.
Attorney William licndrickN.
Vol Ice Magistrate J. J. Bird.
It'lAlU) or Al.lir.HMUK.
First Ward-Win. O'Callahan. M. J. Rowley.
Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. it. Wood
Third Ward-W. P. Wrl(lit. Ebert Hmlth.
Fourth Ward Charles 0. PatUir, JumesKyn
Ell'.ti Wurd-T. W. ilulllday, Ernest B. I'ultl
Circuit .Tudse-O. A. Market. '
Clrciit Cli rk J. A. Kenves.
County Jmlirc It. H. Yorum.
County ('lurk S.J. lliunm.
Co'inty Ationi-y W. ('. Mulfcey.
Comity Treasurer A. J. Aldvn.
Coroner -It. Kttztfi-rait.
County Commissioner T. W. llalllday, 51. V
Drown. Samuel lirlley.
AERK'AN M. E. Fourteenth street, between
Walnut and Cedar streets: service Salihulu 11
a. tn. anil IMp. tn.;iruuday School l:3Up. m.
C1HRIKT1AN Elchteenlb atwol; meetm? Sb$
J ba'ti 10:3u p. ru.; preaching occasionally. .
(1HTRCII OK THE REDEEMER Episcopal)
J Fourteenth street; Mornluz tirayers habliath)
10:') a. til.; evening prayers, i :') p.m.; Sabbath
Kuool H a. tn. Kiev. St. J. Dillon-Lee. Koctor.
1MR8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHLTtCU.
Pre&chluj! at l(i:W a. m D p. m., and 7:i p. m.
habbata school at 7:a0 p. u. Rev. T. J. Shores,
IUTHERAN-Thlrteenth street : service Pab
J bain 11 a. in. and 7:i p. m.; tiunday school 9a.
in. Rev. DutTN hncr. oastor.
METIIODIST-Cor. Eolith and Walnut street;
Preaching Sabbath 10:) a. tu. and 7 p.m.;
ii raver meellug, Wednesday T:tf) p. m.: Sunday
school, 4 p. tu. Rev. A. P. Morrison, pastor.
1)I1EMBYTERIAN Eighth street; preaching on
Sabbath at ll:) a. in. aud 7::) p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.; Suuday School
hi 3 p. tu. Rev. B. V. licorac, pastor.
SECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST - Fifteenth
street, between Walnut and Cedar streets; ser
vice habbatn at 3 and T:W p. m.
ST.JOSEPII'H-(Romn Catbollo Comer Cross
and Walnut streets: services Subbatb 10::it)a.
m.; Sunday School at i p. in.; Vespers 3 p. m.; ser
vices over)- day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'rWRoman Catholic) Corner JJInth
:reet and Washington avenue; rvice Sab
bath s und 10 a. tn.; Vesper S p. m.; Bnnday School
i! p. m.; services every day at t p. in. Kev. V. Zabel,
QAIUO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE ,VPJ STATES.
:.BAVC lEAVti LZATEI
Foot Fourth at Mioiirl I.and'u. Kentucky Ld'g.
'Ta.ni. S:J a. m. a. m.
10 a. o. 10:Dj a.m. 11 a.m.
2 p.m. 2;:p.m. 5 p.m.
4 p wi. 4:0" . m. 5 p. m
(JAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. 11.
II. AV. SMITHKKS, Itwoivor.
SIIOIITEST ?IIOHT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throurh Expre leaven Cairo a.m.
Through Kxpreaa arrive, at K. M. l.ouii.. A:Uip.in.
Through Kxjiri'. leaven E. St. Louia.... '.':Wia.in.
Through Kxpre.a arrive, at Cairo &:inp.m.
Murphy.ljoruarcominiMlation leave. C'alrol'.'.'i'l p.m.
Mii'j.liy.tioro Acc. arrive at Murphy.boro H:4:ip.iu.
Murphy. boro Acc. leave Mnrphypboro. .. 4:15a.m.
Murpl.y.boro Acc. arrive at Cairo 10 45 a.m.
The Cairo St. I.oul Rail Hoad I the only all
Ifcil Route between Cairo and St. Loul under one
management, therefore there are no delay at
w ay .lutlim. awaiting connection from other line.
Close aud ure connection at St. Loui with other
linei for North, Eit and Wet.
J. A. NAl'tiLE. L.M.JOHNSOX.
Agent. Oeueral Manager.
CAIRO it VIXCENNES R.R.
ft1 MTr.TQTHE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
17 MJT "PQ TII SHORTEST TO LOUIS.
1 JliliTjO VILLE. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINOTON.
iL MTT T,IE SHORTEST TO INDIAN.
f JlllJliO AI'OLIS.PUILADELPUIA.NKW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over iralna of all other rontea making the tamo
CP Pas.cneers by other route to mako connec
tivii in ii lit rldu all nlKl". wuitlntr from one to ix
hour at amall country utatlon for trains of con
nectin i roada.
T? VAf V ATTiFT?THE FACT and take our 4 :45
l,rjJLjULrjl a Wi trgllli n.achinir Evan-
Title, Indiunapoll, Cincinnati and Louisville, aame
day. 'i'ralua leave aud arrive at Cairo a follow:
Mull leuvu 4:4.') a.m.
Mall orrivci 10:00p.m.
Through tickets and checka to all important
F. A. MILLER ROSWELL MILLER.
n'l Pa. Agent. Oenenil Snp't.
L. B. CHURCH. Paasenger Agent.
JEH9E 1I1.NKLE, N. B. TUIHTLKWOOD, d. II. M.OORE
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
AND GENERAL ',
Nob, 123 and 127 Commercial Avenue, '
tLiberal Advancement mado on Conilgn
motita of Tobacco, Flour, and Grain.
PTAginti for Gear, Scott Co. thrcahlng ma
chine, portablu aw mill and threlung fjngluo.
Agent lor Champion barrcatiug machiuua, mower
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Pkoprietok.
Of all Posiriptions at Lowest Prices.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 round
Note Heads, 5 and 0 Pound.
Rill Heads, Hand If. Pound.
Statements, 5 and 6 Pound.
Bills Ladinjf, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS TAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
"Whito and Colored
, jnf.im.Aii. . VF.UETIXE
THE WORKWOMAN ' FRIEND.
In theodaya of political trickery, a true friend
In the t mo of need, la a friend ludued; aud aucu
a friend la
Dr. TVM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It la a lure euro lor
CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA
BRONCHITIS, HOAlCSE.NKSS y
and all dlaeatet of the Lunga, Chest and Throat
Thl well-known remedy has been used Tor
thirty year aud bus cured tliousuiidi of canes,
many of which were glvou up as hopless.
ho tune, however obstinate, can resist the
healing propertle ot Or. Win. Hall' Balsam for
the Lung. Trlul bottle will be furnished grat
taitnusly to all who are Billeted with Lung and
KT'Remembcr that It la the persistent nso of
the Balsam that cure the worst cuse.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
Sole Proprietors, .
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wholeaalo Agenta. .
ALEXANDER COUNTY BAK,
Commercial Avenue and Eiffhth Street,
F. BROSS, President.
P. NEFK. Vice-President.
H. WELLS, Cashier.
T. J. K-KRT1I, Assistant Cashier,
F. Bross, Cairo;
Peter Neff. Culro:
William KIdbc, Cairo:
William Woli. Cairo;
R. L Bllllngsley. St. Louis;
J. V. Cleuiiou, Caledonia.
C, M. Osterloh.
fc. Huder. Cairo;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
chauKesold and bought. Interest paid in the
fcavltiiFM lli.rikrimMnl I V.ll..l..na r..n.T.. .11
..uv. vuii.ujiiua uiuuu auu an
buslnes promptly attended to.
"ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 1869.
OFFICE IS CITY NATIONAL BANK,
NTEREST paid on deposlu March 1st and Sep-
tlmh.P l.f. ttlfHM..t mt ullUMirn la ..l.l.trl In.
mediately t the principal of the deposits, thereby
giving them compound interest.
Children anil married women may deposit
money and no one else can draw it.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Tkeasuker.
fpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
II. I.. HALLIDAY. Vice-President.
WALTER UYSLOP, Cashier.
. TAATS TATLOR, W. P. nAIXtDAT.
IIENIIV I.. I1AU.IIMY. B. II. C't'NNINUUAV.
U. 1). WUXIAMSUN, HTKI'llEN lllltU,
II. II. CANDEE.
Exchaiife, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Denn.it received and a mnnrfll bnnblnir h.alnna.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
U SMYTH fc CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTn CO. have contantly a law
stock of the best good In the market aud plve
capeclnl attention to the wholesale branch of the
Doalor in Fresh Meat.
Between Washington ilnd Com
Jnorolal Av., tullolnlng Hannye.
Kil1 foJ '"tho bcstBeof, Pork, Mutton, Vl.
fumtii!. f?,u,,,"u .! 1 Prepared toierv
lumiuvi in an acceptable manuor.
r 3 t-S
- .2 1 -ii C O Q
a 5 h a " 5 g a
W i g i. g w
THE VERY BEST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Mn. It. II. Steven,?-!' Nl Mwtb ,!CT-
near mr, i)nce moro I tako the pen to praise tho
i v....X.i cnjiiiiu, n neu i oe'un 10
laK V (-KWIne two years uiro with audi miirli. H him.
I begun to
neiids tboiiifht it was a stimulant effect,
sjmI woiilil .(Kin auhsido. leavlnir me as had a ho
. , tuiflluil, lb n
!hi .?n. b 1 wro,e at t,mt llmo- mlulit think
tne samu i write once moro to satisfy them on thut
ti.5. . i ? 1 bt'KllD t0 lttku Vegetlno almost two
rnniiifw n Ch 'i.""1 cnJ-'nK my former health, and
l.n l i-I, 'L'lf cra by Veitetlne. Two year
J2in , i i a, mua could bt' mii l'v- I wa
Id n rtbi!UK,l?Clor"A.romB Pf ,u0 "tikll .
Sre.e. l,?rl i a,- Thuy M 1 wrti
.iLZ . "cl0ulul!:oniumpt)ou, heart disease, and
vLZ . t('lm I'y fulttl- lia mt die. But
:.T. . D '"' reort- broui(ht me through
and to that I owe my life. Since my health beuan
iii minrove. i h,.vu ..:...!.. . .. ...... c.ii i'
... i.uw a niuiij wi umcanu, hiiu mm
ine cause or mv .vnminni. in imv I.....H iui...i.aia
or Indli-estlo, aud f also find that five eaao of
uin-are iu eferv mix. aru effect of the umn i'umh
W Den Itlft tns.ii ! :Mr..,ml.. Jl.....!.. I .U.
- " -- uir. 'i,r.vii ui;ficu IU IUU PIOII1-
acn, it U-comea a poisonous, putrid mass, which t
absorbed Uitu Uie blood, and by that ia conveyed to
all parti of luo sysicm, causing symptom of disease
In any orall of the organ of the body; aud If thl
cauu la not removed, these symptom become In
V T " 4aw KKCU I VLTIJUU Bl
thoroojfh tut in mvoun cars and also in that of
"jv uimww. i uavo iriven ei7tMJDC ft
IIIBUV UI mv ftrmiMimiiiift. nur And it rt l. tl..
fry boot niedtchjoi'.xUDt for Dvupejtuia or Indies
.-.j . ........ .....v i . ituui y njicjiria or IIKllL'e.
Don, one or the symptoms of which is usually the
heller that yon have some oreaulc disease. lam
well known in the town of Goffstown. Wearo, aud
Newton, of this itHtn i It v .i r .!...
,n'!!!,n,h,,.e corfoliratlon of oil these statements.
Will Willlfll'lv linuurn III. I..,. ..Ma ... I I 1.. ...
-..""v. Olivia iiiuuirv iu re
gard to my own case, or tneusu of Vccetlne.
iiiursiruiy, A. J.BI KBECK.
ir ROCTIWC f l.lo.n ..,,.U.l.. .... II. ... ... Ji
m fnn a.c,er,ttln Bnd Pedy cure of Dyspepsia
flpflr Sir ViF thn ttat (Iftunn wnm-a tt..l t,.
mouth of May and June. I have been afflicted with
num me uuviur.-ciuieu Asiuma. it was very uis
trcssinB. rendering me miserable, lothat I dreaded
its coming on. I was recommended to use Vege-
tinc. 1 took two hnttlp. h..fn-(, T .,n.i'..l th. ....
tuck, and was en:irely relieved. I feel grateful to
ej;eiiue. J1SO. T. JtALINuKH.
1H Greek t. Phila.
EOEnxe has restored thousands to health who
had been loujf and painful mtflerers.
Pimples and Eruptions
of the Skin.
II. R. Stevens:
Mv mother hft. M.ld ennrvnltinMn n,nfll.lna uViiti.
etlnc," for Tetter and Eruption of the skin, and
llllfl fulltld rrtMlt ri.lit.r hr thn n.. ..f I, , nn nA
- ... uetv v, lk, 4 VOU
ommeud it for such complaints.
K. A. 15LACKWELL,
Dec. 20, 1877. Iniontown. Union Co.. Kv.
Humors on the Face.
In thio condition of the nldn, tho Ykgetixe ! tho
crcKt remedy, as it actn dirvctly upon thu blood
. .. -.w iivuij " I'UH IUU UIUUU
cle&nneH aikI nnr flikt th h)i.,ul th.,.K..
r..u vv, uiwvm( mutuj VUItrlll
numon to dimippear. By Internal treatment a
Imftllllt H An thrnu-n i, ni.... I
r - - . ..... n Vu., , fiu.iin. i , v; i, muu
cirviiiuium io me mood, relieving the inflamed or
vuui;ctivu organism, resioring ttie health, giving a
good, clear complexion .
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vejetine is Sold By all Dnisuists,
NEW YOPwK STORE,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
Tlie Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street aud (,
C. O. PATIER & CO.
FL0CR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commcrcla Avnue, I
Cvruur EljcUb itrcvt I
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, June C, 2:30 p. m. Wheat
dull Winter. 8s MMia 5d: Snrinrr.
- - i t o
'8 0d8s 4d; California avcraac, 8s 4d
Os Id; Californiu club, Os ldQfts 4d. Corn
new 43 2d.
NEW YORK ORAIX.
New York, Juno C, 12 :01 p.M.r Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, 1 03t 00; No. 2,
Milwaukee, l 07; Red Winter, 1 0C
1 18; No. 2 Red Winter, fl 17J; No. 2
Amber, fl lfj. Corn firmer-Steamer,
42; No. 3, 41 ; No. 2, 44444?$.
CniCAOO GllAIN-AXD PRODUCE.
.CurtAoo, June C, 10 a. m. Pork -June,
p C09 G2$; July, 9 73. Corn-
June, S0?Z; July. 37. Wheat-June.
11 03; July, 09j.
Chicago, June 6, 11:00 a. m. Pork
July, $0 CO. Corn June, 30; July, 30.
Chicago, June 6, 12:00 m. Wheat-
June, $1 03J4; July, 09. Pork July,
9 57H9 60; August, $9 70. Corn-
June, 30; July, 30.
Chicago, June C, Close Wheat June,
II 02; 'July, 99. Corn-June, 30;
July, 3GiBCG. Pork -June, 9 52;
July, 9 CO.
WAsnisoTO.v, June 5. The Ohio nomin
ations continue to be the subject ot discus
sion here, and the prevailing opinion is that
the Democrats selected their strongest man.
Ohio Democrats redicule the idea ot the
Grt-enbackers liolding together, and say
that there is not a baker's dozen in tho state
ot Democratic antecedants that Ewin-
wont capture. Speaker Randall says the
ticket is good for 15.000 majority, and that
hwing, as governor, will loom up conspicu
ously as a candidate for the presidency
while'othcrj less sanguine, hold that the
nomination means a divorcement between
the East and the West, and that the work
of yesterday's convention commits tho
Democracy hopelessly to soft money, and
makes the loss of New York inevitable.
THE MISSISSIPPI COMMISSION.
Tho bill providing tor the appointment
of a Mississippi commission, which passei
the house on the 2d isnt., has been consid
cred in the senate committee, and will be
reported to the senate, with an amendment
providing for the addition of two members
to the board : one to be taken from tho en
gineer crops of the army and the other
lrom the coast survey.
The witness in the KellogK-Spofford case
have arrived from Louisiana, and the work
of bouncing Kellogg is fairly Inaugurated
senators held a caucus to consider the ad
visability off taking up the Warner silver
bill during the present session, and as there
aro a inajourity in favor of it, it is thought
it will be reported from the committee on
nuance at an early day.
THE LEGISLATIVE BILL
was reported to tho house by Mr. Atkins
of Connecticut, but upon the atempt of Mr,
Ilawley to get a vote on the ameudmeut to
it striking out the restrictive clause, the
Democrats got scared and moved to with
draw the bill which, at a later hour, w:i3
again offered and tho previous questions
ordered, thus cutting off all amendments
and it was recommitted and ordered print
ed It is tho intention to pass it and await
the action of the president before sending
him tho army bill.
The bill to prevent the exportation of
diseased cattle and the spread ot intectious
or contagious diseases among domestic ani
mals came up in the regular order of busi
ness and Colonel Hatch, who, as chair
man of tho sub-comtuittce on agriculture
drafted anil reiorted it, not tho floor and,
his first effort during tho session, mado a
speech which commanded the closest atten-
and elicited favorable comments. Ho urged
in tho strongest terms the necessity for im-
mediate action on the matter, and clearly
detiued tho authority of tho federal govern
ment to exercise general supervision over
this matter, without affecting or impairing
nny sanitary or quarantine regulations in
any of the states. The bill is carefully
drawn, and gives evidence of a high order
of ability in its construction, and the speech
accompanying its introduction proves that
Col. Hatch has given tho subject the closest
attention and study. The indications are
that tho bill will pass tho house, although
it is likely to meet with moro or less onno-
sition from eastern members.
NEW ORLEANS AND THE YELLOW
The anxious and oft rnneatcd tnrmtrv
now trolnir tho rounds is. ''Will w linvn thn
yellow fever this year?'1 To all such we
, J -A Al t. -
wouiu simpiy say mar. nr. no lime nas mew
Orleans been as free from feuTaof any de
scription or exhibited less tendency to yel
low fever than now. Tho death rite is
, . . .
considered to bo healthy years, the winter
has been unusually severe, tho spring cool
and the rainfall neither slack nor excessive.
At present there is not the slightest reason
to believe that this season will be
mm iiuu iy even mi) usual BpornillC CB8CS
which havo frequently appeared in non
epidemic years, and it amounts to almost
an impossibility for yellow fever to obtain
an epidemic foothold. )
Washington Juno 4 187D.
This is the Democratic decision as to the
two appropriations :
First : Pass the army appropriation bilL,
with a proviso that no money thereby ap
propriated is appropriated or shall bo paid
for tho subsistence, equipment, transporta
tion or comspensation of any part of the
army of the United States to be used as a
police forco to keep tho peace at tho polls
at any election held within any State.
Second: Puss a bill extending the legis
lative, executive and judicial appropriation
act of 1878. Last year's bill which it is
thus proposed to re-enact, provided for the
salaries of all United States judges-, district
attorneys and United States Marshals, but
mado no appropriation for judicial ex
Third : A bill making appropriations for
the expenses of the courts of the United
States for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1S80, and for other purposes.
This last bill will make no provision for
deputy marshals or supervisors of elections. (
In it will be embraced tho sections relat
ing to the qualifications and manner . of ,
drawing jurors which were in the lately
vetoed legislative, executive and judicial
Thcro are many rumors as to this pro
gramme having been arranged after "Demo
cratic conference with the president, but
they arc discredited. It is so far more
likely that the president, so far from sug
gesting or agreeing to these measures will
veto them all.
It seems to be thought generally here
that the nomination of Charles Foster for
Governor in Ohio is a strong one, and that
the Democrats will need to put forward
their best man in order to havo a fair
chance of success.
The Star, ot this city, says there is- little
prospect of adjournment before July, but
this is not tho general opinion. Since the
oppressively warm weather commenced
many delicate constitutional scruples on
the side of both Republicans and Democrats
have melted away, and I look for an agree
incnt upon tho main points ot dispute and
an adjournment as probable by Juno 15th
There will be another effort made at this
sesion. but probably an ineffectual one, to
systematize the payment of claims for prop
erty taken by tho army in the south during
the lato war. A measure wluch is appar
ently just to both government and claim
ant has been introduced and will bo passed.
Itwillbegoodncwsto those interested
in the thirty or forty millions to be paid out
under the arrears otyension net, that not
only does Secretary Sherman think lus can
furnish the money for moro rapid payments
than heretofore, but there is a disposition on
the part of congress to compel prompt pay
meut. This money, going as it docs in
moderate sums to poor pcoplo in every sec
tion, must give relief to largo numbers of
The death rate ok our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, tho average of life
being lessened every year, without any rea
sonable cause, tho death resulting generally
from the most insignigcant origin. At this
season of tho year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that ia tho hurry of every
day life wo aro apt to overlook tho (rangers
attending it and often find too lure, thai a
Fever ami Inticr trouble has already t fn.
Thousands loose their lives in tills way
even' winter, while hud Bounce's German
Syrup been taken a euro would havo result
ed, and a lame billot a doctor been avoided.
I oil .llonmi nf il.n .1, lu.m
Boschces German Syrup has proven itseli
to bo tho greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist in tlto country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
950,000 bottles sold last year without a
single failure known.
A report recently made, at tho New
York Dairy Fair, and largely copied in air-
ricultural journals says: "the best Butter
Color exhibited, was Wolls, Richardson &
Co's, Burlington, Vt." Warranted toirive
a rich, golden color with no effect on the
flavor of keeping qualities. Druggists
. WOCLD AN IRREDEEMABLE CVBRENCf 1
as good as gold! While there is a very
largo class of intelligent citizens who
believe it would, wo regard it our duty to
all aliko to sav that as a cure for old sores.
cuts, bruises, jamsand slashes, there is noth-'
ing like Carbolic' Salvo. Beware of coun
terfeits. '' lJ,!.' -V h-
tower man it Has been in even what wir