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Mayor N.B. Thlstlowood.
Treasurer Edward Dozoula.
C'lurk IK-nni. J.Koley.
Counselor Wm.B. Gilbert.
Attorney Wllllatn Ili-ndrlcki.
iillceMagtstrate-J.J. Bird. 1
HARD OF ALIIKHMKX.
First Ward-Wni. O'Callahan. M. J. Howler,
fcecond Wurd-Davld T. Llnegar, C. K. Wood
ward. Third Ward-W. P. Wright, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Wuril-Oharlui 0. Patter, James Kynaston
Filth WardT. W. ilulltday, Ernest B. I'ettlt.
Circuit Jtidge-O. A. Marker.
Circuit Cli-rk J. A. Heuve.
l.'onnty Judge K. H. Yocnttt.
County t'lurk 8. J. Humm.
County Attornny W. C. Mtilkey.
County Treasurer A. J.'Alden.
Coroner It. Fitzgerait.
t'o iuty Commixsloncrs T. W. Ilulllday, M. V
Brown, Samuel Brlley.
AFRICAN M. E.-Fourtccuth street, between
Walutil and Cedar streets; services Sabbath It
a. m. aod 7:30 p. m.; Sunduy School l:'.lop. m.
CtHRISTIAN-Elgbteenth street; meeting Bab
) bulb U):Wp. m.; preaching occasionally. a
pIIUl'.CH OF THE UFDEEMEIMEpUeopal)
V roarw"?nth atrvut:
' FourU"?nth atreut; MorilBi prayera (habbath) I
U) a. to. i tveuluir pruyera, 7..H p.m.; Sabbath, V
lool 9 a. ni. Rev. St. J . Dlllon Lee. Rector. .-.
I MUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CJLH'PCII.
Prrachlra at ll)::) a. m., 8 p. ni., rff . p. m.
babbath school at 7:30 p. m. Uevf I. J. Chorea,
LrrilEItAS-Thlrtwnth trcct; services Sab
bath 11 a. m. uud7:) p. ni.; Sunday school ta.
m. Rev. Duerchuer. ouator.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets;
Preaching Sabbath 10:) a. m. and 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. m.: Sunday
school, 3 p. m. Kct. A. P. Morrisou, pastor. -
1)IiESBYTERIAfc'-Elghtb street: preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:31) p. in.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at 7:; p.m.; Sunday School
at 8 p. m. Ituv. B. V. Oeorge, paMor.
SECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Fifteenth
s-rret. between Walnut and Cedar Streets; scr
vice babbath at a and 7:30 p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S-(Riman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:30a.
m.; tfuBday School at i p. m.; Vesper 8 p. m.; ser
ticis every day at o p. m.
ST. l'ATKKKS-IHoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
stn-el and Washington avenue; service ah
oath e and loa. ni.; Vesper 9 p. m.; Sunday SoUod
a p. m. ; services every day at 8 p. in. Kev. F. Zabel,
QMUO CIT FERRY CO.
LIire LEAVES LEAVE
Foot Fourth at MlMouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
6 a.m. 8:) a. m. 9 a.m.
10 a.m. 10:: a. m. 11 a.m.
1 p.m. 2,' p.m. 3 p.m.
4 p. rn . 4: p m. 5 p. m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. II.
II. W. 8M1THKK8. Kwelver.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETAVEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Thronch Eipreaa leavei Cairo :4!la.m.
Through Kxpreaa arrivea at K. St. Louia.. J:ti)p.ru.
Through Expre.a lvavea E. St. Louii.... K:U)a.m.
Tbrouirb Expreaa arrivet at Cairo 5:10p.m.
Murpbyaboro accommodation leave Cairoli SS p.m.
Mu'phyalmro Acc. arrivea at Murphy alwro 8:4.' p.m.
Murphyaboro Arc. leave .M'irphyboro... 4:la.m.
MurpLyaboro Acc. arrive at Cairo 10 41a.m.
The Cairo dt St. Lou H Rail Road U the only all
Rail R'r.itc between 1'r.lro aud St. Louia under one
management, therefore there are no delay at
wny f.atlon awultlng conniption from other line.
Clone aud (lire connection at St. Louia with other
linet for North, Euat and Wet.
J. A. N'AUGLE. L. M. JOHNSON.
Agent. General Manager.
CAIRO it VIXCENNES R. R.
CA AITTVJTHE SHORTEST ROLTE TO
17 MIT "PC TI'E SHORTEST TO LOUIS
JlltO VII.I.E. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
'XL AfTTVC TIIE SHORTEST TO INDTAN
O Jr JllJLIiO APOLIS.PUILADELl'UIA.NKW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train of all other routca making the aame
pf Taaaeneera by other routca to make connec
tiaua muHt rldu all night, waiting from one to lx
hour at mall country rtatlona for trains of con
TJ FV FAT R FT?T" K FACT and take our 4 :4S
villo, Indtnnappllii, Cincinnati and Loulavlile same
day. Tralna leave aud arrive at Cairo aa follow :
' Mall leave.....- 4:4!ta.m.
Mall arrive 10:Wp.tn.
Through ticket and check to all Important
F. A. MILLER ROSWELL MILLER.
Oen'l Pa. Agent. Oeneral Sup't.
L. B. CUl'RCU. Paaienger Ageut.
JIhk Ukli, N. B. Tm.TLBwoon, J, II. MooRE
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. is and 187 Commercial Avenue, .
HLlhora1 Advncomont . mado on Conalgn
ntv'it of Tobaccu, Flour, and Grain,
' .WAge nU for Ooar, Bcott A Co. threiulng m
Chine, uortAblu aw mill and tbruihing ouglne.
Agent for Champion nartceUng machine, inowcn
audKaptri, . ' .
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, - CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY 3I0RNING, JUNE 8, 1879. NEW SERIES NO 298
. BULLETIN BINDERY. I Hrmrn ' I '. ZTZZI I " T" "
BIND EE Y
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Proprietor;
Of all Descriptions at Lowest Prices.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads, 5 aud C Pound.
Bill Heads, Uand 10 Pound.
Statements, 5 and 6 Pound,
Bills Lading, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS TAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards
"Wliito and Colored
THE WORKWOMAN'S FRIEND
In theaeday of nolltlcal trlrkery, a trne friend
In thet mo of need, U a friend ludeed; and ucb
a friend U
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It 1 a icro care lor
CONSUMPTION. COUGHS, COLDS. ASTHMA
and all diseases of tho Lung, Chest and Throat
Thl well-known remedy ha been uaed for
thirty year and ha cured thouaand of canes,
many of which were given up a hoplca.
No cao. however obatluate, call realat the
healing propertle of Dr. Wm. HaU'a Balaam for
the Lung. Trial bottle will bo fumlhed gral
tultouMly toallwhoarealllaed with Lung and
Hemeinber that It la tho pcralatcnt naoof
the Balaam that cure t lie w orst caaea.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wholeaale Agunt.
LEXANDEU COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. BROSS, President.
P. NEFF, Vlce-Prealdcnt.
H. WELLS, Caahler.
T. J. KEUTH, Asalatant Caehlcr.
F. Bro, Cairo; William Klugc, Cairo;
Peter Sen". Calm: William Wnlf. Cairn-
C, M. Oaterloh, It. L. Bllllngalcy. St. Lout;
k. under. Cairo; J. . Clcmaou, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Er
ix. change told and bought. Interest paid in tho
Saving Department. Collection made and all
uuainca promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered Uurrh 31, 1S69.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANE,
INTEREST paid on deposit March 1t and Sep.
tember lt. Intereat not withdraw n I added Im
mediately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
giving them compound Intereat.
ST Children and married women may deposit
money nnd no oHe else can draw it
WALTER IIYSL0P. Treasurer,
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. HALLIDAV. Pnl(!it.
H. L. HALl-'DA Y. Vlcc-PredJcnt.
li ilVsl.Ul , Caahler.
. STAAT TATIIR, W. P. BALLtDAT,
IIKNKV L. HAI.LIII V, II. II. Cl'MM.NOUAX,
O. D. WILLIAMSON, STKl'HEN BIUU.
U. II. CAKDEE.
Excliauffe, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
DeDOSlt received and a ccnnrnl bank-lnv hnalnnaa
i , 1ST
1 i - R
I "II c
J ffi a
j r k
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. 8MYTII 4 CO. have constantly a large
stock of the best goods lu tho market ami give
especial attention to the wholeaale brunch ef the
l")ealer in Fresh Meat.
Between Washington and Com
merolal Av, adiolntng IXannjrs.
K. i .8KfoJ ,aletha I Beef, Pork, Mutton, Vest,
ittmutg ia aocentmu manner.
i ifeucw.in i ii i l. rriT TiriTi i ntr
TIIE VERY BEST MEDICINE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
VvUMVlll V II Vah IV, 1o
Dear Sir, Once mnro I take tho pen to prnUo tho
. l'K.'!"llt; two year ago with aitch marked ben
cut, my friend thought It waa a nlmulunt ( fleet,
""' '"on auoame, leaving men uud aa he-
juniKingtnai aotno ol tnoae wno read tho
leatlindnliil timi i a i.u, ,i.n.. n.i..,.. .ki..i.
a, n.'rtu t.k um, tiiiH-, HilIII. IU1I1K
me air o, I write once more to aatiafy them on that
. " '. . 1 ,Jt"n 10 lllK" Kii0 alinoat two
year aoo, I have gullied ateadlly until tho present
lime, atwhlrh I um ....(..vitn. i.....f. ,
Tulf cur,'a by Vegetluo. Two year
., . . . "" u" ""i"1 coiiui oe auu live. I wa
connuHit,, the bed for eight month, and given uu
to d b.r eight doctor, aome of the moat aklll-
dUeaL1?0 1 S,V,U' Thc'v "ftl11 1 hn(1 cvi'rlll
even.l r.i "f,Ulllu f omnmption. heart dleae, aud
me caiiKj of my aymptom to have been Dyapepala
or ludlueation, and 1 alao flnd that ttve cuae of
ulcae In everv Mix. nn, pfTeetM nt tlu, umu itii,u
ni, Die L-nir tii iiiu panic vuunu
vv uen He load I not properly digested lu tho atom
wcuiiien a uuii.uuuua. pinna ma, wmcn 1
absorbed Into the blood, and by that 1 conveyed to
iu auy or all of theoranBof the body: Bnd If thin
CJUitt 1 not rpfnuvfed. thM vrmm.ma ha.mi, in
nuuyofmy acnaulntauc8, anU flnd Jt to be tbo
vrry nvn niMiiciuevxtant rorUviipen?iftor Indicon-
llDII. (inf! ff Dim utunltmi if tali I,, U I. iu,,uiiu .l..
DL'llL'l tflllt ViWt huvn inmn ncirnntu ILiny. I
,, : ,J " 'fcniv uirwg. i am
Jt!Wto,n;of thltato(N.H.), undcau furnlah an
uimeuinipie corroooraiiOD 01 ail tneae atatcmenta.
i win wimugiy anawer any letter or inquiry in re
gard to my own caac, or tho ue of Vcget Ine.
Youra truly, A. J. BURBECK.
ir kiietime 1 taken regularly, according to dl
rc,t!!il2n c,l,rt'n uud apuedy cure of Dyapepalu
will follow It ue.
Ma.II.fc8T.vw.:- Tu.PmA. Pa.
Dear Sir. For the lat fifteen vcara, during tho
month of May aud June, 1 have been afflicted with
what the doctors called Aathma. It waa very dla
treaaing. rndering me nilaerable, aothat I dreaded
it coming on. I wa recommended to ue Vege
tine. ItH)k two bottles before 1 e.tpetced the at
tack, and was entirely relieved. I feci grateful to
Yegetiue. JNO.T. RALINGEK, - '
1HW Greek t, Phlla.
KGErtfcE ha reatored thouaand to health who
had been long aud pulnful aufferer.
Pimples and Eruptions
of the Skin.
II. R. Stevens:
Sly mother hu uaed yonr valuable medicine "Veg
ctlue," for Tetter and Eruption of tho skin, aud
ha found great relief bv the nae of it. I can rec
ommend it for such complaint.
m ,e R. A. BLACKWELL.
Dec. 20, IS, i. Inloutown, Union Co., Ky.
Humors on the Face.
In this condition of the akin, the Veueti'ne le tho
great remedy, aa it act directly upon the blood
eane nnn mir ll,.a tlin Kl...i !..... u..
1 i ." ,u, icujr vaiiiui;
uuiui . iu uia0i(jeur. oy uiierual treatment all
Inipnlltle are thrown out. Vedbtine give good
circulation to the blood, relieving the Inflamed or
congested organism, restoring thu health, irlvlni. a
. n. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.-
Vejetine is Sold By all Dru-rgtsts,
if EW YOPwK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and l
c. o. patiku & CO.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Hijrhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Wholesale and Rotnll
, t I
Ui y UUUUS aiMl 1 710TJ11TI
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS,
Vvitetlt,. . i ' I,lu''y laiai, una muai ain. uut
n,T t. I' .". n u" &1'"t ru'or, brought me through
i I ?wu W llfu- Mlncu ny tiualtb began
Commercial Avontio, I
Corner blgUla street
i ' ,
1 " ' i)i i r rri iiK .i km i
LiranrooL, June 7, 3:30 p. . Wheat
dull Winter, 8s 0d9s 5d; Spring,
7s Cd89 4d; California averaije, 8s 4d
9s Id; California club, 9s ld0s 4d. Corn
new 4s 2d.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, June 7, 12:01 p.m.-Wheat
quiet-No. 2 Chicago, $1 00; No. 2, Mil
waukee, $1 07; Red Winter, $1 00
1 18; No. 3 Red Winter, $1 171 18;
No. 2 Amber, $ I 17. Corn quiet Steamer,
42i; No. 3,41; No. 2. 4444.
CniCQ0 GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, June 7, 10 a. m. Pork -July,
$9 C09 C2); August, $9 72K9 75.
Corn-June.VJOig; July, 38. Wlieat
June, 99 July, 102.
Chicago, Juno 7, 11 ;00 a. m. Pork-
July, $9 029 63; August, 9 73 J. Corn
-July, 30 ,'; August, 37, Wlieat-July,
CnicAoo, June 7, 12.00 m. Wheat-
June, 1 02; July, 9999. Pork
-July,9 05; August, $9 77f Corn-
June, 30; Auwust, 3737.
Chicago, Juno 7, Close Wheat June,
tl 02; July, 09; August, 9cJ4- Corn
June, 30; July, 30; August, 37
37 K. Pork Juno. 9 cr.u-
19 77. ,
For tho Cairo Bulletin.
Winifred, child of wlnnlnz way,
They named you rightly dark-eyed elf.
For who win love If not yourself?
You wboe heart through lore' own garden
Oh, lightly may the shadows res
Upon your yellow, flowing hair,
And lighter may the crown of care
Against yonr fair young brow bo prestcd.
But Winnie' dear, we cannot make
One star above moro brightly Bhlno
Along the Bhadow-darkeued pine,
Or deeper tint the forest lake.
And yet within our heart still leap
Tbo wlsht that we cannot chain,
Thewishe that we breathe in vain
For those who on love' bosom sleep.
And now for you thi wish I write,
That every word your tiny hand '
Shall trace upon life' shores of sand,
May glisten with eternal light.
That every bank where you shall moor
Ontrcmb'llng wave your wandering bark,
May be the home of singing lark,
Of wild and sweet artistic loro.
"Where ev'ry bird shall gladly lng,
And your heart be joyous a thetr song,
For grief can novcr linger long
Amid tho Paradise of Spring.
But now farewell I can not twine
Meal buds In lift for vou,
norirom toe gou uie treasures woo,
Because of this frail wish of mine.
For tho Sunday Bulletin.
NOTHING BUT LEAVES.
BY I. A. X.
I am going home from tho harvest of lifo
And what hare I gathered for sheaves
Since morn I have tolled, 'mid sorrow and etrlfe,
l et nothing havo gathered but leave.
I have gleaned with the reapers nntll at last,
I am sinking with wearisome dbIu :
Tho summer ho ended her harvest ha passed,
Ami leave have I gathered for grain.
But the Lord of tho harvest is tender and truo,
And though homeward I go without sheave.
Tho work that he gave me I've failed to do,
And for grain I carry but leave.
My choplet of loaves, with my story of woe,
in contrition rn lay at his feet.
He'll givo mo a crown with tho gleaners I know
ith tho reapers of life's eolden wheat.
Caiiio, III., May 18?J.
CLEAR-CREEK NEWS ITEMS.
A DESPERADO KILLED AS HE BIIoCl.D
BEEN C ROPS PERSONAL, ETC
W. A' Gaunt, our ex-school teacher, has
been in Clear-Creek for tho past few days
Mr.G'shomo is at Now Grand-Chain, but
ho liko most of the men who como from
other parts of tho country, denominates
Clear-Creek tho "Garden' Spot" of South
Wo had a call, from Geo. Fisher ot Cairo
a few days since.
There was no election held nt this n!nco
on tho second, tho reason rumored is, that
tho Clear Creek peoplo will reap a greater
reward, by tending to their crops, than they
would by making a political issuo out of a
Tho road has been lined with tramps for
the last week. "Hunting harvest," Is their
Tho farmers hero aro not through smil
ingyet. They commenced smiling moro
than a week aro, when tho first
little shower of rain fell, and smiled on up
to Sunday when a big rain camo and
it . . . . l ..Hi !1f
tney toon a now start, ana aro sun smning
and no nrosncct of their quitting.
cjuito an exciting anair occurred at East
Capo yestorttay evening, in which ono man
was killod and another woundod. The cir
cumstances wcro as follows: A man by
tho name of Lum Shufllobarkor who had
t been gono from this placo a number of
yoars, crossod over to East Capo from Mis
souri, and he boiug somewhat intoxicated
and a very bad character at tho best,
rroro he intended to kill somobody or . be
killed before he left "Wahoo." . Going into
a Mlooahe doclarodto tho baj-keeper d
others that were in there, that he had air
ways done as ho pleased and always expec-
icu to uo so. it Is said he took possession
of tho saloon, went behind the counter :
drank what ho wanted and let what he
did'nt want alone. Tho saloon keerer left '
Sliufilelmrker went over to another family's
nouse, some rods distant, fired his revolver
off in tho house, poked it in the face of two
or three of tho women, and told them If they
mado a noiso ho would blow their brains
out. This raised quite a noiso, and Dr.
Milnni, who was in a store, hearinir the dis
turbance, ran to the women's aid. . Coming
up to the fence, tho man took after him, re
volver in hand, shootins hin in the muscle
of tho right arm, inflicting a severe flesh
wound. Milam jumped at him and
cliuched him, nnd while they were engaged
In the scuttle a man by tho name'of Wm.
Jackson, whom Shuillobarger had been run
ning with his revolver, ran up behind Jum.
and knocked him In the head with a stick
of cord-wood the ruffian dying in a short
time. A post mortem examination was
held this morning, and tho verdict rendered
was, that ho camo to his death by a blow
from a stick of cord-wood, used bv Wa.
Jackson. No arrests have aa vet ixn
mado. Cl.EABfnpirir Paria
Clear Creek, June 4th, 1870.
"WHAT KIND OP CLOTHES BnALL WE GIRLS
WEAU ON GRADUATION DAY?"
Editor Cairo Bulletin-Dear Sirs
I propose in this letter, to put to the test
that amiable temper (or want of it) that I
hear you possess; and, also, to test the
gallantry that nature has endowed you
with, bo it much or little.
Tho near approach of our own "annual
coramencment day," waketh, it seems, a
good and sufficient reason why I should
venture to set one woman's opinions up
against one man's, even if that man do fill
with all due honor and efficiency, the edito
rial chair. I am quite certain that I could
not find a sufficiency of courage for this
unheard of piece of presumption were
the opinions, in question, upon another sub
ject than that of dress. Do you happen to
recollect a certain item or paragraph
or whatever you newspaper men call
such things, that you wrote several
days sinco in which you ad
vocated, or, I belive, more nearly advised
our girls or all girls, to dress in their
richest dresses on graduating day? Well,
in this I think you made a very grievous
mistake inasmuch as such advice from such a
source is apt to have a pernicious effect on
our girls. If you had ever passed through
the ordeal of trying with all your heart
and soul, to dress your daughters as well as
their class-mates were dressed, that they
might not feel abashed or humbled when
thoy appeared on tho rostrum to reeeirr
their diplomas, you would, I think, enter
tain very different opinions on the gradua-ting-drcss
question from those you ex
pressed. If you could see, as I have, tho
henrt-aches and sorely wounded feelings the
rivalty in dress, on such an occasion, has
caused, you would, I am certain, advocate
and advise honestly and sincerely and with
all your strength of tongue and pen. the
greatest moderation in dre9s: and vou
would do well when you did so. Tliere need
be no dowdies no common-looking or
or badly-dressed girls; nor yet, and much
less, need there bo or should there be, girls
with so littlo regard for appearances as to
make walking-drcss-making and millinery
establisliments of themselves, on that day;
and with so little regard for their school
mates as to forget to pay a decent consid
eration to their feelings, should fas is al
ways tho case) some ono or more ot them
e in circumstances that admit only the
Our girls are, nearly all of them, the
daughters ot people in moderate circum
stances. Nicely made, well-fitting light
calico dresses would be quito appropriate
to wear suiting their fresh youth: and
quite the thing for poor girls in summer
weather, to wear on such an occasion. If
were their preceptor I certainly would ad
vise 9onio such simple and common-sense
toilet: and I am sure tho parents of our
girls would feel relieved ami grateful for
I am really afraid that your Item has
mado itself felt, ero this, and that If I ever
could have made myself heard, the earsll
would reach are now closed to all I would
say. Can you not, my dear sir, reconsider
your expressed ideas on tho matter, and use
your best efforts to induce our graduating
class to simplify their toilets for that par
ticular occasion?' There: that's all. Can
you forgivo a woman who dares to differ
with you, Mr. Editor?'
Yours Truly, A Mother.
Remarks. In the paragraph to which
"Mother" refers we referred merely to the
general estimate of the 4,girls in calico,"
without commending the sontinient or de
ploring it. '
The average American kitchen and Dr.
Bull's Baltimore Pills both know dispep
sia; tho one creates it, the other destroys it.
Price 85 cents.
Quert. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bros
i &al cXNorth Carolina" at the earns priori
I . V
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