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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
Miiyor-N, H. Thlntluwood.
Trcumrw Edwurd Duzoula.
Clerk-DcliliU. J, Kolty.
Counnulor Win. H. Gilbert.
Mtiirhul J. C. I.alluo.
Attorney Wllllum Hemlrlcka.
Vollce MuKletriitu J. J. bird.
BOAHD OF AI.DEllMKf.
Firct rd Wm. O'C'alltiliiin. M. J. Uowlov.
tiocoud Ward-David T. Llucijar, C. K. Wood
H'rd. Third Wurd-W. P. Wrlht. Ecbcrt Smith.
Fourth Wurd l'hnrli 0. Fatirr, Jumcn KyntuUon
KlftU Ward-T. W. Halllday, Erucrt U. l'gttlt.
Circuit Judun r. A. Marker.
Circuit CliTk-J. A. Hfuvus.
County Judtfo K. S. Yocum.
Comity Clurk B. J. Humm.
County Atloruny W. '. Mulkcy.
County TruaMurer A. J. Aldcu.
Coroner It. Kltisiwraic.
County CommlKlouurn T. W. Halllday, 31. V
Brown, Samuel Urlley.
AKKJt.'AN M, E Fourteenth utruet, between
Wdiuut aud Cedar nrH.-t: mrvlcen (Sabbath 11
a. iu. ana T.'.W i. in.; Hnaday Hthool 1 :b0 i. in.
CimiTIAN-El(!htoenth utruet; meeting Sab
bath lu.iiuji, ui. ; preachltii? occanloually.
(Hl'KCII OK THE KEDEEMKH Episcopal)
J Fourteuntli Mreot; Morului,' prayers (Sabbath)
10:30 a. tu.; cveuiiiK prayern. 1:) p.m.; habbavli
school ft a. in. Kit. til. J. Dillon-Lee, Hector.
I7IKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUHCII.
Preachliiatl(t:3l)a. m.,3p. rn.,and 7:30 p. m.
tfclbath ecliool at T:3U p. lu. ttev. T. 3. tihorea,
IfTHERAN-Thlrteenth itrcet; ervtce Sab
J bath 11 a. m. and 1 :) p. m.; Sunday school ft a.
ci. Kev. Duerichner, baetor.
ETIIODIST-Cor. Elt'hth and Walnnt Mreetn;
PreuihltiK Sabbath 10:30 a. m. aud 7 t. m.:
prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. m.j Sunday
school, 3 p. m. He?. A. 1'. Morrlou, pastor.
1)KEHBYTEItIAN--Eli:htb Ktreet; preaching on
hatiliath at 11 :iw a. m. and 7:) p. in-; prayer
meeting WedMday at 7:80 p. in.; huuday School
at 3 p. si. Kev. U. Y. George, paetor.
SECOND FHEEWII.L BAPTIST Flfleer.th
treet, between Walnut and Cedar etrecu; er
1ceabbath at 3 and 7:W p. m.
ST. JOSEPH'S-dlotnan Catholic) Corner Cron
and Walnut Hreew; service Sbbatb 10:30a.
m.; Sunday School at p. tu.; Vecperi 3 p. m.; ser
vice every day at b p. m.
ST. PATKH'K'S-Homan Catholic) Corner Ninth
street and Wa'hintrton avenue; services Sab
hath B aud lu a. in. ; Veiier S p. m. ; Bnndar Schod
2 p.m.; services every day at b p. m. lie v. '. Zabel,
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE ?Ek2 STATES.
On and after Monday, June lfi, the boat w 111 make
t'.:e fijiiiwinc trlp:
Li XV In l.tAVT.1 IUVH
Foot Fourth St. Missouri Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. ni.
11 a. m.
l p. in.
:30 p. m.
u a. m.
3 p. tu.
7:sn a. m.
II : VI a. m.
!:' a. m.
3:10 p. m.
8 a. m.
10 a. Hi.
3 p. m.
ID a. m.
4 p. in.
()AIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
-All TWJTIUf-Lf UrU
11. W. SMITIIKKtf, Kweiver.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Tdro;i;h Express leaven Cairo . s:4r a.m.
Throni'li Express arrive at E. St Louis.. .':imp.m.
Thro-i.'h Expru IniVf E. St. I.ouit.. .. ti:iia.m.
Through Kxprufn arrlvcK at Cairo 5:lop.in.
.Miirph)buroaccominodutinn leave Cairo'.1 i" p.m.
.Muphyiiburo Act,, arrive at Murphylwro :4r, p.m.
Murphyaburo Acc. leave Murpbyflioro. .. 4:lAa.m.
ilurpl.yi'boro Acc. arrive at Cairo 10 45 a.m.
The Cairo & St. I.ouli Hull Hoad I the only all
Hail Koutu between Cairo and St. LotiU under one
muuncement, therefore there are no delav at
way utlon awaiting ronnectlon from otber'llne.
Cloe aud ure counectlou at St. Louis with other
lilies fur North, Eat nud Wet.
J. A. NAUOI.E, L. M. JOHNSON.
Agent. tieneral Manager.
CAIRO VIXCENNES R.R.
(1 VTTFQTHE KHOHTEST KOUTE TO
Ul UiLr,0 KvanBvlllo.
17 "VriT.lV TIIR SHORTEST TO LOUIS
..?Lrj VII I K' CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
m ArTT.TQ THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
!? t!111 APOLIS,l'UILADELPHIA,NKW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tralua of all other routed making the amc
fgr Pacngor by other route to make cotinec
linn inut ride nil night, waiting from out' to lx
hour at mall country tatlon for truine of cou
M V M KM H V 1?T11 E FAt'T nA "k'' :
lKlaJLUJlUljlX, s- m tmlii, wachliigEvim
Tlllc, Imlluniipcill, Cincinnati and Lnulvlllu amu
day. Trulu leavu and ui rlvu at Culro n followa :
Mall leave 4:4.1a.m.
Jl:ill arrive llliOtip.ui.
Through tickuta mid chucln to all ttnuortutit
V. A. MILLER ROSWEI.L MILLER.
Cieif 1 Pa. Agent. Uenenil Sup't.
L. B. CHURCH. Pftengcr Agent.
JE8U HlNULK, N. B. TlltHTI.RH'001), J. II. MooitE
. & Moore,
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. 135 ond 137 Commurclal Avenue,
CP"Lllwrnl Advancntnonti mndo on Conitan
menu of Tolmrce, Flour, and Oraln.
tVAg.titaforOnar, Ham A c, thwhlng mn
rhtue. iiortablii aw mill and throwing engine.
Agent forChumtilou Uun'uatlus machiut,', uiowvri
J k'Vl ' I , Ill .1UuiC lit
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Pkoprietok.
Of all Descriptions at Lowest Prices.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Hels, 10 ami 12 Pound
Note Heads, 3 ami fi round.
Hill Heads, H and 16 Pound.
Statements, 5 and 6 Pound,
Bills Ladin?, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS rAFER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
Whito and Colored
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY
ONE OFTI1E MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
ERIES of tho nineteenth century, and ono that takes
equal rank with the Invention of the telephone,
tboeluctrlc light and other acientltlc marvlei ol
tho agu, la that of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thla Compound poaacsa the most remarkable
Healing Properties of auy known ageut employ
ed for the purpoae of curing
SORES, WOUNDS, CUTS, BRUISES,
Inflamed and abradud surfaces, and for
ALL SKI DISASKS.
It cleansing propertlea remove all Impiirltle
that biudur tho formation of a healthy lleh, and
the work of cure goe on to completion with
moat W'ONDEKKIJL RAPIDITY. Let no fumlly
bewithont a box of It In tho hone. Phyalcians
extol lu virtue: and tho the thouauda who
baveuaed It, unite In rocommeudiug it. Beware
Ask for Hcniyg Carbolic Salve, and take
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
(3) Sole Proprietor!,
BARCDAY BROS., wholcnala Ageuti.
MUTUAL AID S0CTETT.'
LTIEKA ! EUREKA J
A SUBSTITUTE FOE LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized July Utu, 1877, Uider the Lnwsol
the State of Illinois. Cojiy-lgutecl July
9, 1877, under Act of Cmsrcss.
WILLIAM STRATTON, ?rbsidest.
Mks. P. A. TAYLOR, - Yici PnEsiDKNT.
J. A. GOLDSTINE, - . Treasuher.
Dit. J.J. GORDON, Med. Advisor.
THOMAS LEWIS, Secretary.
HOARD OF MANACEIIS:
J. J. GORDON. PhvKician - Cairo, Ills.
Mrs. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
School. Alexander County " '
Mr. E. C. KOIiD. Varietv Hrackt Store, " "
J. A. (iOLD!TINE. of Uoldftiii' A Ho
envatcr. VS'hulenle and Ketai Dealers
in Staple and Fancv Dry Ooo1n " "
N. H. THISTLE WOOD, of Hiikle &
ThMlewood. Conunici'ion Mechaut,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors " "
S. D. AYEllh, of Ayera & Co., (ommls
ifn Merchant "
THOMAS LEWIS, Inurauco Manager
and Attorney at Law " "
WM. STRATTON. of Stnittor Jc Ulrd,
Vhob'ale (irocers " "
GEO. M. ALDEN, CommiHon Mer
chant. TS Ohio Levee '
JAS. S. KEARDEN. Agent 3nirtippt
biivv i nitit-'wruiuuii i. uuiptaiy "
HARRISON UOl'PT, Watchmiker and
CHAS. R. STUART. Wholwalaaud Re
tail Drv Good and Notion ' "
EDWAllI) A. Bl'DER, Manufacturing
Jeweler and Wholesale iK-alfr in
Wstchmaker' Tool aid Materia!.... " "
EDWIN K. EGNEW, Proprietor St.
Charles Hotel - " "
1IAZEN LEIGHTON, Commission Mer-
ehant " "
Dr. EDWARD R. ROE. V. S. Man-hul
Southern District Illinois Springfield, 111.
Mrs. S. A. AYEKS Villa Ridge,
Dr. R. S. BRIGHAM. Phy:ciau.. Indianapolis, Ind
JAS. M. GELATT, Ileal Estate
Agent Keokuk, Iowa.
Rev. DAVID C. WELLS. Methodist
Minister Grand Junction. Tenn;
J. R.GLLLEY. Merchant Meridun.MiM.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice
ICE BY THE CAR L0ADORT0N, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialtv.
O F F I CK :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Between "NVaehinstai and Com
merclul Av., tulioininc Hiinnya.
KEEPS for sale tho best Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Sausnno, Ac, aud is prepared to serve
families In tin acceptable iiiamer.
NEW GUN SLOP.
Ht E. IftCE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
Commercial Ave, opposl Seventh st."
caiiio, : : : ILLINOIS-
Guus, ristols, Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to older,
CHOKE BORING ON BREACH-LOADING (iVS
All work guaranteed stlfacto;y, at cheapT ritti'
uttucauboubuluedatttuyotUeipltwelu the clt)''
. MORNING, JUNE 19, 1879.
Bayit lBoton physician, "haa no equal an a blood
purlftr. Hearing of it many wonderful cure af
ter L other remediea had fulled. I visltodtho lab
ratorr, and convinced myulf of it Runnlna merit.
i f ?ruR?i from barks, root aud herba, each of
wmci in hlBhly eftectlve, and they aru compounded
in uiU a mauner as to produce astonlahlug reaultB.
Is thi great blood purifier.
WW cure tho worst caso of Scrofula.
la ritommended by physicians aud apothecaries.
IIa cfTi-ctcd some marvelous cures In canes of
Cures the worst cases of Canker.
Meets with wonderful success In Mercurial diseases
Will eradkato Salt Rheum from the system.
Removes Timples aud numors from the fe.
Cures Constipation aud reeulutea the bowels.
Is a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Restores the entire system to a healthy coudltlon.
Removes the cause of Dizziness.
Relieve Falntness at the stomach.
Cure Pains in the Back.
Effectually cures Kidney Complaint .
Is effective In Its cure of Female Weaknesses.
Is the great remeny for General Debility.
It THE BEST
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, JIASS.
Veffetino is Sold By all Dniffgrists,
Jf EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and l f.n'i.A Til
Commercial Ave., ) XjIIH lilt
C. O. PATIER & CO.
FLOl'E, GRAIN AND HAY
Hiffhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Wholesale aud Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing',
BOOTS AND SIIKES,
iRPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avontia, I
Coruur EIUth struut I
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, June 18, 2 :00 p. m. Wheat
unchanged Winter, 8s 0d9a 5d;
Spring, 7s Cd8s 41; California average,
8s 4d9s 3d; California club, Os ldQOs 5d
Corn new dull 4s ldQ4s 2d.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, Juno 18, 12:03 r.M.-Wheat
easy Ho. 3 Chicago, $1 03100; No.
2, Milwaukeo.fl 00; Red Winter, 1 10
117; No. 2 Red Winter, 1 17i4'l 18;
No. 2 Auitjer, fl 17. Corn quiet
Steamer, 43; No. 3, 42; No. 2, 43i35H-
CUICiOO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, June 13, 10 a. m. Pork -July,
9 95; August, frlO 0&. CornWuly,
30; August, 37. Wheat-Julr,' 97J
CurcAGO, June 18, 11:00 a. m. Pork-
July, $9 95; August, f!"9010 05.
Corn July, 3C ; August, 37. Wheat-
July, 07); August, 01J.
Chicago, June 18, 12:00 . Wheat-
June, $1 03; July, 97; August, 93.
Pork-July, $!) 9710 00; August,
10 10010 12tf Cora July,
August, 33 .
CnrcAOo, June 19, Close Wheat June,
1 02 H July, 97 i4'j August, 01 H
Corn June, 30; July, 30; Auarust
37. Pork -June, 19 00; July, f 10 00;
ugust, $10 00. '
'WHERE THE LAUGH COMES IN."
If our Republican contemporaries who
are feebly crying "Democratic surrender"
want some good, stalwart, bloody-shirt tes
timony that the House Republicans have
backed down, we refer them to tho follow
ing observations of the Chicago Inter
"uo you mean to tea me tnat 1 am a
harr said Simpson to Jones, advancing in
a threating manner;
'Jones squared himself for a 'knock
down blow,' and replied, in the language
of Little Buttercup, 'That was the Idea I
intended to convey.' "
" 'Very well,' said Simpson, lowering his
fists: 'I didn't know but I misunderstood
'We arc some way forcibly reminded of
this little episode while reading . Mr. Oar
field's speech on the army bill. 'Do you
suppose tor one moment,' said the eloquent
LiucKeye, 'that we will consent to have tho
coustiutioual powers of the president im
paired by such illegitimate and revolution
ary proceedings as these?'
" 'That was tho idea we intended to con
vey,' replied the Buttercups of tho Democ
racy. "'All right, said Uarfield; 'I imagined
you might think we wouldn't
consent to such a thing.'
" 'The Inter-Ocean is not disposed to be
captious about the matter, but after a pret
ty caretui examination ol the section just
adopted by the house, it really fails to see
the triumph for Republicanism, of which
Mr. Garheld so proudly boasts. That the
Democrats have surrendered something is
quite obvious, but that they have carried
oue important point seems equally clear.
"I he president vetoed the army lull be
cause it forbade the presence of Federal
troops at election piocincts under auy cir
cumstances whatever. He very properly
stated that tho powers ot tho government
should not 1)0 circumscribed in that man
nar, and that at Federal elections the Fed
eral government ought to lia'vo at least
equal privileges with those of a state.
'It is stated very positively that tho
president will approve the bill in its present
form, and this is not unlikely, though it
certainly Hies in the face of tho objections
heretofore. It is political legislation on
tho appropriation bill, to which he so vig
orously protestcil in lus first veto message,
and it discriminates against the Federal
and in favor of State troops at the polls, to
which he objected in such manly terms in
his flecond message. Though, practically
the bill may amount to little, it establishes,
in theory, a principle pernicious and de
structive of national authority, ami for this
reason we regret that it did not meet with
the samo firm opposition that lias charac
terized tho action of tho Republicans toward
its predecessors of the same stamp.
Tho bill effects for the freedom of tho
people of tho United States exactly what
the vetoed bill effected, and it there was
not a Republican surrender last week in
tho House, then the word lias no mean
NEWS ER0M THEBES.
BY MUM. 8N011S.
A sad accident occurred at Craig's Point,
Mo. on Saturday, tho 14th inst. Olio of tho
hands in tho employment of tho govern
ment at that place, fell from a height of
about fifty feet, and was almost instantly
killed. Ho leaves a large family who de
pended upon his labor for support.
Thcro'has boon two cases of attempted
larceny in this community recently. A
burglar entered tho houso of Mrs. Gray on
Friday night, but upon bolng discovered,
left without any ceremony. Tho thief who
visited Mr, Tom Hobb's rosidenco was
mora successful, in as much as ho took a
suit of fluo clothes, some groceries and
NEW SERIES-NO. 307
Married June the 7th, by Squire C. A
Marchildon, Mr. Wiley Clutta an .Mr.'
Married By Squire C. A. Marchildoo, -
Juno 15th, Mr. Wm. Lackey and Mifl
jiarrieu juno lotn, jyir. M. bazar and
Miss Mollie Miller, by Squire Marchildon.
At this rate wo think it will be a little
trouble for tho Squire to keep license
enough on hand, and ho will merit tho ap
pellation of "the marrying man."
There is to bo a festival in Thebes on
the evening of Thursday the 26th inst.
The proceeds arc to bo used for purchasing
church property. Committee of Arrange
ments : Mrs. A. Planert, Mrs. Tom Brown,
Mrs. Dr. Gibbs, Mrs. S. Thompson, Mrs.
Mr. B. F. Brown has returned from St.
Louis with a large supply ot dry good
Nearly all of the farmers have finished
harvesting in this vicinity. They will be
gin threshing shortly. The yield of wheat
is much greater than last year.
Dr. Gibbs is building an office in town.
Mr. Win. Anderson is to do the painting;
it will be done well, of course, as Jlr. An
derson's painting is always good. C. A.
Marchildon is repairing his dwelling.
Died-At Santa Fc, Ills., June 16th,
after a brief illness, Mrs. Mattie Story.
It is with feelings of tho deepest sorrow
that we record tho death of Mrs. Story.
She was well known throughout this entire
community, and we can truly say, "None
knew her but to love her."
Thebes, June 10th.
A few of the members of tho club were
present at the last practice, and a good score
was made; the best, by Miss Mollie Riley,
who is developing the most skill among the
hdics, aud Mess. Penebaker and Morgan.
Miss Riley and Mr. Tenebaker each made a
center. Scarcity of bows and arrows lessens
tho interest in the pastime somewhat, but
this will sooa bo remedied. Tho gentle
men are so well pleased with the "Hors
man" bow that they have determined to
provide themselves with them as soon as the
club is fairly organized. We believe Messrs.
Fisher, Galligher and Morgan have al
ready ordered theirs from Mr. Horsman and
others will follow suit.
The snako wood bows of his manufacture
seem to have th weight of evidence in
their favor. Mr. Will H. Thompson pro
nounces them the best; says his 48 pound
snakewood is quicker and better
than his seventy pound lance
and hickory, and sends nn arrow
with a flatter trajectory. The only trouble
is their high price to a new beginner, and
nil bur Cairo archers rank in that class.
The Editor of Forest and Stream says:
"When Maurice Thompson wrote tho arti
cle for Scribner's which brought archery
into notice as a pastime, ho referred to the
bows of English makers as tho only satis
factory ones in tho market. This was all
very true at tho timo but it is
true no longer. Mr. E. I. Horse
man, of New York City, now man
ufactures bows and and urrows which are
not only equal in every way to tho best
imported goods, but a great deal better."
Mr. Horsman has prepared a magnificent
silver mounted, velvet lined, mahogany
case, containing six flno bows, each one a
marvel of beauty, and two dozen of the
finest arrows, valued at $250, which he
offers as a prizo to the Chicago Tourna
ment, to tako place In August, under the
auspices of tho National Archery Associa
tion. We hardly think the winner will be
one of our Cairo archers, but it is hard
telling what steady practice might envel
ope, in tho way of muscle and skill. We
think tho practico .should bo at longer
range. Sixty yards is about the right dis
tance now, although in olden times, in
England, there was a heavy penalty at
tached to shooting at a target at less than
The death iiate op our country is get
ting tearfully alarming, tho averago of life
being lessened everyyi'tir, without any rea
sonable cause, the death resulting generally
from tho most lusignigcunt origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold is such
a common thing that in tho hurry of every
day life we are apt to overlook the dangers
attending it and oftou find too late, that a
Fever and Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands looso their lives in this way
every winter, while had Boshec's German
Syrup been taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large bill ol a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of tho throat and lungs.
Boschec's German Syrup has proven itseli
to bo the greatest discovery of its kind iu
medicine. Every druggist in tho country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
050,000 bottles sold last year without a
single failure known.
A Trite With Folly. When tho suf
ferer from kidney disease and liver com
plaint accompanied by constipation and
piles, has been to physicians without relief,
let him mako a truco with folley long
enough to try Kidney-Wort, a certain rem
edy tor his troubles. .., , ,
Queiit. Why will men smoke common
tobicco when they can buy Marburg Bro'a
: Seal of North Carolina" at the same price!