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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1879.
NEW SERIES NO. 309.
Mnyor-N. 11. Thlntlewriod.
TreumiriT Edward Dczonla.
Clerk l)eiin!. J, Foley.
Councilor Win. II. Gilbert.
Murvtiu) J. (.'. Lallue.
Volicu MaetrHto J.J. lllrd.
BOAHD of AI.DKUMK.
l'lrct Ward-wm. UX'allulian. M. J.IIowlev.
Bccoud Ward David T. Liueur, C. II. Wood
nurd. Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Hubert Smith.
Fourth Ward Clmrle O. Putier, Jamei Kynarton
Filth Wurd-T. W. ilullidiiy, Erned U. 1'ultit.
Circuit Judye-O. A. Hurler.
Circuit Oric-J. A. Kruvu.
I'ouuty Judie K. b. Yoeum.
County Clerk H. J. Humm.
CoiiLty AtUjmy W. V. Mill key.
Coutitv Truumirer A. J. AWleu.
Kherilf John Hodden,
l.'orouer H. Fitzt'em.c.
Couuty Couimifuloaur T. V. lUHUlay, M. V
lirowii, Samuel Urlley.
AT.ICAX M. E. Fourtetutb ftreet. Ix-tween
Walnut ami Cedar utriut.; ervicv SnblmtU 11
a. m. and T::jo p. ra.; Sunday School 1:30 p. ai.
GHIISTIAS-Elhtefuth ctreet: mewting Sab
bath 10.au p. m., preftcblUK ocvtiftoiiuily.
(IICKCH OF THE HEDEEMEi:-Eplcopa)
J Fourteenth Mreet; Moroinif prayer isiabbutb)
lU::X) a. ut.; evening prayer, :io p.m.; Sabbuth
nchuol H a. m. Ktr. St. J. Dillon-Lee. Hector.
1MI!ST MISSIOSAHY IIAPTIST CIICHCU
I'reachlnirat 10:30 a. in., Up. m., and 7:) p. m.
habbath achool at 7:30 p. in. Uev. T. J. Shores,
IUTIIERAN-Thlrteenth it root; lervlced Sab
J bath 11 a. m. and::) p. m.; Sunday echool a.
m. Hev. Duer.cUner. im.tor.
METIIUDIST-Cor. Eluhth and Walnut trct;
Preaching Sabbath lu:30 a. m. and 7 p.m.:
rraver luuc-tiu, Wcdnecdav ?:) p. m.; Sunday
hch'ool. 3 p. tn. Rer. A. P. .Morrinou, pastor.
1)I!EMIYTEKIAX Elchth a'.reet; preachinir on
Sabhuth at U:'0 a. in. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
nioc-tln Wertneday at 7: p.m.; Sunday School
at 8 p. m. Rev. 11. V. George, paMor.
CEC'OND FREE-WILL BAPTIST - Flfleei.th
O .treet. between Walnut and Cedar itreeU; eer
vices Sabbath at 3 and 7:30 p. m.
CT. JOSEPH'S (Roman Catholic) Corner Crow
O and Walunt treet; iervicr. babliatli 10:30 a.
m.; suuday Schoil at t p. m.; Veper 3 p. m.; er
Ticei ever- day at b p. to.
ST. PATRICK"- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
troi.l and Wai-hinelon avenue: tervice Sab
bath aaud lo a. m.; YpcraS p. m.; Snudar School
S p. rn. ; ervlce every day at s p. m. Rev. F. Zabei,
UIRO CIT FERRY CO.
On andufu r Monday. June l'i. the boat wi'.l tailitt
t :e fo..uw iUi; t;:j:
ltVl tHAVr IIAVI
Foiit Fourth it. M if court LaLd'c. Kentucky Li's
. a. m.
t a. I".
11 a. m.
l p. tn.
h p. m.
;:' a. m.
11 a. m.
J: ci p.m.
S a. tn.
10 a. n..
H p. ni.
10 a. n.
4 p. tn.
i p. in.
QAIRO it ST. LOUIS R. K
II. W. HMITIIKItS, ltpiflvor.
SHORTEST .SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Time tSc ht'ittilo:
Tlju ih Expre.H leave Cairn :4".n.
TLrou.-u Kir. . arrlvn nt E. St. Loul... !:iip.ni.
Turo'i.ii Expre.ii le.iven E. St. Loun".... H:i"U.m.
Throii.'h Expreim arrive" at Cairo 5:li)p.m.
.Vuri'liyiiiioro accommodation leave" t'alrot J i" p.m.
-M'l'phy-lioro Arc. arrive, at Murphyrboru ti:4" p.m.
l!iri!iy'oro Ace. leave. .Murpliy-boro. .. 4:1.' a.m.
Murphy-iboro Acc. arrives at Ca.ro U 4.) a.m.
Th.CalroASt. Loula Rail Road I the only all
Hail Monte, between Cairo and St. Louia under one
lnau iL-enieut, therefore there are no delay at
v ay elation, analtius roliliectloin' from other 'line.
'lo.e and .ure connectloii. at St. LuuU w itb other
lines for North, Runt mid Wei"t.
J. A. NAUtiI.E. L. M. JOHNSON.
Auc-tit. lieueral Manager.
QAIUO ,fc VINCENNES It. It.
'.I Afll FTRE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
Al "MTT V THE S1IOHTKST TO LOUIS
lki JllljT.O ViM.K. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
"ii "UTT ITi THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
Ok JUIjIjO AI't)LIS,PHILADELPIlIA,NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tru'.ua of all other route making the pume
fir I'ttii'onBera by other routee to ronke coiinec
l!oun mui't ride nil iilflit. wultlnc from one to lx
hour ut Minall country rtatlotie lor tr.iine of cou
1 V Ml,1 fll V 1 TII E FACT and take our 4
iUi.uujiiijiu tt, trillni renchlns Evano
rille, Ii'.dlunapollH. Clnclnmitl and Louisville same
d:tv. Train leave uud arrive nt Culro at follow;
Wall leaven 4:4.1 n.m.
Wall urrlvea llCuOp.m.
Through llcket. and checks to all lmportaut
f. A. MILLER ROSWELL MILLER.
(Jeu'l Paaa. Aeo-nt. General Sup't,
L. 11. CHURCH. Pawonger Aijent.
'KK IIlNKLE, N. U. T1I1HTI.KW001), J
Fannbr's Tobacco Warehouse
AND GENERAL .
( No. li!5 uud pjr Commercial Avenue.
f"Llli'ra1 Advinremotita wado on (onlitt
meiitu of Tolmrce, Flour, and Grain.
tflTAii nta lor Guar, Keoit n. tlirehlng
chlnu.. oiirtahle w 'mill and tlire.hini: etiiiltie.
Afciit lorChamplitu hurw.lln iaohlDe.tuuwer
auu rcapora. . ..
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, PuorniETOR.
Of all PiieTiitki:i at Lowest Tiicos.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Hearts, 10 ami 12 Pound
Xote Heads, 3 and ( Pound.
Hill Heads, 1 1 and 10 Pound.
Statements. r and 0 Pound,
lUlls I.adin?, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards
AVhito and Colored
ONE Or THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
of the nineteenth century, and ono that take
equal rank with the invention of tlio telephone,
tbeelactric light and other acleutlUC inarvlea ol
the au, U ibat of
Henry's CARBOLIC SALYE.
Thli Compound popacM the moat remarkable
Healing Proiiertlea of any known uncut employ
ed tor thu purpotu of curing
SORES, WOUNDS, CUTS, BRUISBS,
Inflamed and abraded surfaces, and for
ALL SKIN DISASES.
It cleanHlng properties remove all Impurities
that hinder the formation of a healthy fleh, and
the work of euro goca on to completion with
mont WONHEKFUL KAPIUITY. Let no family
bewithout a box of it in the houxe. Physicians
extol ItH virtues; and thu the thonsanda who
have used it, unite in recommendiug It. Beware
Ask for Henry's Carlwlic Salve, and take
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
(8) r Sole Proprietors,
BARCLAY BROS., wholesale AgeoU.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UKEKA! EUREKA I
A SUBSTITl'TE FOR LIFE IXSUE-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July Htfi, 1877, Under the Lvsol
the Stat of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, 1(177, under Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, Phe;dest.
Mib. P. A. TAYLOR, Yice-Piikcdest.
J. A. GOLDSTINE, TuEAsntEt
Uu. J. J. GORDON, Med. Auviwb.
THOMAS LEWIS. - Sechetart.
EOAI'.D OF MANAGERS:
J. J GORDON. Phvhiclan Cairo, Ills.
Mr. P. A. TA l LOIt, Superintendent of
School. Alexander County " '
Mr. E. C. FOItl). Variety Bracket Store, ' 1
J. A. GOLDSTINE. of Gold-tine 4 Ro-
aenwuter. Whulesale and Retail Denier
iu Staple and Fancv Dry Good " 1
N. II. THISTLE WOOD, of Iliukle &
Thistlewood. Conimic-'ion Merchant,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors " '
S. D. AYEhS. of Ayent & Co., Comml-
ion Merchant " 1
THOMAS LEWIS. Insurance Manager
and Attorney at Law " '
WM. STRATTON. of Strattou H llird.
Wholesale Grocer 1
GEu. M. ALDEN. Commission. Mer-
chuiit, Oliio Levee " '
JAS.S. REARDEN. Aeeut Mississippi
YaPev Transportation Company " 1
IIAHKfSON 1IOUPT, Watchmaker and
Jeweler " 1
CHAS. R. STUART. Wholesale and Re
tail Drv Good and Notion ' '
EDWARb A. RUDER. Manufacturing
Jeweler and Wholesale Dealer la
Watchmaker' Tool and Materia!.... "
EDWIN R. EG.NEW, Proprietor St.
Charle Hotel -
IIAZEN LEIoHTON, Commission .Mer-
Dr. EDWARD K. ROE. U. S. Marshal
Soutlirn District Illinoi spriuirBeia, in.
Mr. S. A. AYEHS Villa Ridiro. "
Dr. R. S. URKiHAM. Fhy!ciau..Imllunapolis, Ind
JAS. M. UtLAll, Ileal fcstute
AstMit KeokUK, Iowa.
Rev. DAVID C. WELLS. Methodic
Minister Grand Jimciion. lenn.
. R. GULLEY Merchant Merldau.Miaa.
ROPRIETOR OF SPRO AT"S ' FATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Load?! a Specialty.
o K k i c K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Between Washington ami Com
mercial Av., iidioinlna Ilnnnys.
KEEPS for uilcthc bretni'ef, Pork. Mutton. Vonl,
Lamb. Simimnc, Ac, iiml Ik prepared to nerve
ftiinillc tn ntt itcceptulile tnuuner.
NEW (il'X SHOP.
H E. ITsCE,
NEW GUN" SHOP,
Commercial Ave. opposite Seventh st.
CAIUO, : : : Il.I.l-'t13'
Gunu, ristols, Safes and Locks Repaired
Keys Maile to order.
CHOKE B011INU ON RIIEACH LOADlNUl'l'8
, All work ttimrnnteod MtUfoctorr. nt clienP'f f",l''',
linutrtu be uMulued at any other place lu 11
8ay i a Rotnn physician, "ha no equal a a blood
purincr. Hearing of it many wonderful cure af
ter all other remedit-a bad failed. I vlnlted tho lab
ratory, and convinced myself of It genuine merit.
joeijami irom narks, root aud Herb, each or
which u nlKhly erTectlvf, and tbey am compounded
In inch a manner a to produce astonlhlug reaulti.
U the great blood purifier.
Will cure tho worat cao of Scrofula.
la recommended by physlciana and opothccarle.
llai effected tome marvelous cures la easel of
Cures the worn canci of Canker.
Mucia with wonderful nieces in Mercurial discac
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the system.
Removca Pimple and Htimora from thu face.
Curca Cont!patlon and regulate the bowels.
Is a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Restore the entire system to a heatthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizziness.
Relieve Faint ncss at the stomach.
Cures Pains In the Back.
Effectually curca Kidney Complaint.
I effective In Its cure of Femare Weakncsse.
Isthc '.-rent remeny for General Debility.
IS THE BEST
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vegetine is Sold By all Druggists,
JEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
in" tup: city
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth Mroet and I
C. O. PATIEU & CO.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring 3Iills
Hiffhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
WlioK ciik' niul Iletitll
Bry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
GRO OERIES. i
CommnrrlM Avetinn, I PillvA Til
Corner Kli:utU mwot VJlllv,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, June 20, 2:30 p. ji. Wheat
quiet Wiuter, 8s Dil0s 5.1; Spring,
s 4d9s 3J; California average, 8s 4d
&0s 2d; California club, Os ld9s 5d.
Corn hew 4s Id.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, June 2. 12 :03 p.m.- Wheat
quiet firm No. 2 Chicago, ft 03; No.
2, Milwaukee $1. 0.'(21 00; Red Winter,
fi 1001 17; No. 2 Red Winter, $1 17
01 17.; No. 2 Amber, $1 17. - Corn
quiet Steamer, 42?; No. 3, 40 J; No.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Cuicago, June 20, 10 a. m.. Pork -July,
10 02; August, $10 13. Corn-July,
30; August, 37)4. Wheat-July, 1)7
CincAOo, June 20, 11:00 a. . Pork-
July, f9 97 )i August, 10 10. Corn-
July, 30(2,36; ; August, 37. Wheat
July, 97; August, 91 .
CiitCAOO, June 20, 12:00 m. Wheat-
July, 07 y3 August, 03. Pork July,
1) 07; August, f!0 07. Cora July,
3C?fS3C?i ; August, 37 ?b 37.
Chicago, June 20, Close Wheat June,
04J; July, 07007; August, 01?8'.
Corn June, 36.; July, 30;; August,
Ti. Pork -June, 10 00; July, f 10 00;
August, $10 10010 12-
OH! SHAME! WHERE IS THY BLUSH
It wouM be a good thing for tho quiet
of the country if both tho political parties
of the tiny, with all their bitter memories
the Republican rarty, black .with its cor
ruption, and the Democratic party, less
black because fenced off from opportunities
to blacken itself it would be a rood thin?
for the country, we repeat, if both these
parties were swept out of existence. Wc
are sensibly impressed with this idea by the
disgraceful scenes enacted in the Unite
States Senate, on Wednesday night last
We give, below, the particulars ot the di
"raceful affair :
Mr. Conkling having charscd the other
side with bad faith in not allowing the time
taken by the Mississippi river commission
bill this morning to be allowed in debate
on army bill, Mr. Lamar arose at the con
elusion ot Mr. Conkling s remarks and sat
that as far us any intimation of bad faith
to him were concerned, he had lived in
vain if he was not superior to such a charge
from such n source. It is not mv purpose
to inclulirc in personalities, Out I will say
to the senator tiiat if lie intended that anv-
thing I have done was not m good faith, I
pronounce his statement a falsehood, which
I repel with all unmitigated contempt that
I teel tor the author ot it.
Mr. Conkling, wha had been walking
slowly back and forth behind the benches,
advanced to his seat ami said : "Mr. presi
dent, I was diverted during thu commence
ment of the Temarks the culmination of
which I heard from the member from Mis
sissippi. If I understood the member
right, ho intended to impute and did, in
plain and unparliamentary language, im
pute to me an intentional misstatement
(pausing). The senator does not disclaim
Mr. Lamar: "I will state what I intend
ed, sir, so there can be no mistake."
The presiding officer (Mr. Cockrell) call
ed Mr. Lamar to order and Mr. Conkling
proceeded : Whether I am willing to re
spond to the member from Mississippi de
pends entirely upon what that member
intends to say or what ho did say,
and fur the time being I do not
choose to hold any communication
with him. I understood the sen
ator to state in plain unparliamentary lan
guage that the statement ot mine to which
he refers was a falsehood. If I raught his
word aright I have only to sny this not
being the place to measure witli any man
the capacity to violate decency, to violate
the rules to the senate, or to commit any of
the improprieties of life I have only to
say that it the senator, the member from
Mississippi, did impute or inteuded to im
pute to me a falsehood, nothing except the
fact that this senate would prevent my de
nouncing him us a blackguard and a cow
ard. Applause and hisses. I Let me be
more spccillc. .Mr. President: Should tho
member from Mississippi except in the pres
once of the senate, charge me by intimation
or otherwise with falsehood I would de
nounce him as a blackguard, as r. coward
and n liar. The rules and proprieties of
tho senate are the only restraint npon me.
I do not think I need say anything else
Mr. President. Applause and hisses.)
Mr. Lamar: I have only to say that the
senator from New York understood me
correctly. I did mean to say just precisely
the words, ond nil it imported. I beg par
don of the senate for unparliamentary
language. It was very harsh; it was very
strong; it was such as no true man would
bear, r Renewed demonstration of approval
And all this, mind you, iu that dignified
body known as the Senate of the United
The 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 lntignlgcnnt origin. At this
season of the year especially, a cold i such
a common thing that In tho hurry of every
tiny llfo wc ftro apt to overlook the (Jangcn
attending It and often find too Utd, 'that
Fever and Lung trouble has already let iruJ
Tliousanda looso their lives in this way
every winter, while had Boshee's (Jennan ,
?yrup been taken a euro would have result
ed, and a largo billot a doctor been avoided. .
For nil diseases of the throat and lungs, .
Boscliec's Oermtin Syrup lias proven itseli
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Ever druggist in tho country
will tell you of its wonderful effect Over
930,000 ljottlcs sold last year without a
single failure known.
A ROLD HIGHWAY ROBBERY.
A bold highway robbery was committed
near C'entreville station, xn , ' t.
Clair county, on Tuesday of last
week. Mr. E. C. Donk, of the firm of
Donk and Co., of St. Louis, coal operators,
had come out to Centreville station, with
nearly $3,000 in his possession to pay off
tho employes of tho firm at a uiino owned
by it, about a mile from the station.
He was proceeding on foot from the
station to the mine, in company witli
Joseph Beswick, foreman of the mine, who
was carrying the satchel containing tho
money; when at a lonely part of tho road
they wero met by two men, who suddenly
thrust revolvers into their faces, and com
menced beating them about tho head, ono
ot them snatching the satchel containing
the money. Beswick had no weapon and -
Donk s revolver was in the pocket of his
coat, which he carried on his arm,and which
le was prevented from usins bv the sud
denness of the attack. His pistol was
itken by the robbers, who hurried off into
the woods as soon as they had obtained the
money, with threats to blow the brains out
of Donk and his companion if they moved
within a certain time. Sir. Donk was not
much injured, but Mr. Beswick was severe
ly bruised and cut about tho face and neck.
At last accounts no clue to the robbers had
been obtained. Chester Clarion.
The stomacii cassot be freighted with
greater trash than a violent drastic purga
tive. True, such a medicine relieves ' con
stipation for the time, but at the expense
great injury to the intestinal canal, which
it both iurlamcs and weakens, thus unfitting
it for the performance of its proper func
tions. Widely different is the action of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, atonic aperi
ent which produces effects prompt, indeed,
but never violent and convulsing. The
purity of its botanic ingredients, its unob
jectionable flavor, its genial influence upon
the mind, and the thoroughness of its rem
edial action in cases of constipation, liver
complaint and dyspepsia, combine to ren
der it a most desirable family specific. It
increases both physical vigor and substance,
trantjuilizes and invigorates the nervous
system, and gives an unwonted relish for
the food. A"wineglass three times daily is
about the average dose.
It is a mystery why sonic farmers will
take doubtful chances in the color of their
butter by using carrots, or the crude pasty
and strong-smelling annatto, when the Per
fected Butter Color of Wells, Richardson
& Co., Burlington, Yt, gives the very best
results in color nt a trilling cost.
THE CHEATEST CIKCUUOX KAIITH FOR 25 "
cents. That is the price of admission.
The show will exhibit in Cairo on Juno 23
1879. It is a well known fact that tho
most useless expeuse of a traveling circus
company consists in the waste of showy
red and yellow pictorials, It is far better
for the management to do away with this
cxpeusive luxury, which does not add a
particle to the merit of tho performances,
and spend that money in the direction of
employing first class artists, whose meri
torious ridiug and break-neck gymnastic
feats will please the people who have paid
the company their money in tho way of
admjsssiou, than to try to give a gratuitous
outside show bv ornamenting old dead walls
and fences, which look well until the first
heavy fall of rain. The proprietors of the
Great 25 cent show have struck the key notes :
First In doing away with the extravagant
use of pictorial printing. Second Secur
ing James Robinson and his two talented
sons the great bare-back riders of tho
world. Then following with the wonderful
Miaco family, the stathug Dcvcnports, the
arcrobatic wonders, the Jackly brothers.
Orville, Lowry, Lee, Seamon, and a com
plete congress" of arenic stars, and last, but
not least, the reduction of the price of ad
mission to 25 cents. M'lle Laura will make
tho loftv wiru assension at the canvass '
every day at precisely ono o'clock. This
free exhibition should be witnessed by all
admirers ot the female courage and daring.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" wheu . '
asked to cure their Cough with ShiloiYa
Consumption Cure. Do they not know ,
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will euro Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when till others fail and .
our faith m it is so positive that wo will re
fund the price paid if you receive no len
etit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price .
lO cts. SOcts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh'a
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cts. For sale by
Why will you sutler with tho Dyspepsia
ami liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
, IM. I. ..... .
erai oeouity wneu you can get ai our Korea
Shiloh's Sytem Yitalizer which we sell tu
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
lOcfs. and 73 cts. For sale by Barclay
Brothers. ; ' - f
"Hackmetack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
A Cakd. To all who are suffering from
the errors and Indiscretions of youth,' .ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, I will send a recipe that will enro
you,"riiEK or cnAKOB. This remedy
was discovered by a missionary in 8ouh
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Josetu T. Ixhajc, 'Station P. New
York City. r ....,.,': , 1 1
.'fc; ,.s- ';!. '