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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETI
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Myor-N. B. Thlstlewood.
Treasurer Kdward Dczoula.
Clerk-Utnui. J, Foley.
Counselor Wm. B. Gilbert.
1'oligo .MuKlstmU J. J. Bird.
BOAIlU nr Al.DEUXEf.
Hrt V rd-Wm. O'Callahan. M. J. Howlcv.
Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. It. Wood
ward. Third Wrd-W. P. Wright. Eitbert Hrntth.
Fourth Ward Charles O. I'atler, James Kynatton
Filth Ward-T. W. llalllday, truest U. Fettlt.
Clrnill .Ttirisff 0. A. lUrker.
Circuit CN-rk J. A. Ilnvi.
County Judge K. Yoctim.
County 'lerk -8. J. Humni.
County Attoniwy W. C. Mulkey.
County Treasurer A. J. Alden.
fcherw Jobn Undue.
'oninur -K. Fit.L'era.):.
County Cmmli.iutier T. W. llalilduy, St. V
Hrovtii, Samuel Brlley.
AKl'.K'AN Si. K. Fourteenth street, ttwoii
Wali.in m.d Cedar irvt; service. Sabbath U
a. in. and V : V . m ; rtutiiay St hoc! 1 p. m.
CIIIKISTI.VN-Klfiiteunll: tre.t; nmtir.i; M
J batti ln:: . iireucbll.e, occasionally.
CIIU'RCH OF THE KEDEEMEIt E)lotipul)
J Fo-.irteel.th street; Mumlnc prayer (Sabbath)
a. m. ; vi-nlta' prayers, p.m.; Sabbath
M'limil !) a. m.
IIHST MISSIONAKY IIAITIST CIICRCU
I I'r. achlnirat ld::)a. m.,:tp. m., and 7:i p. ni.
hihliatti rrliool nt 7::So p. m. Rev. T. J. Shore,
IITH E UA N Th i rt eet.t h .treet; services Sub
J I atli 11 a. in. m.d; p. in ; Sunday chool
t1 u. m.
MKTlloDlST-Cor. Emhth and Walnut street;
1'rc.ir tiliitf ha'itmth lu::n a ni. and 7 p.m.;
l my. r meet lor, Wednesday 7::) p. m.; Sunday
school, li a ro. Rev. Wbtttakcr, parlor.
I)RKS!!YTKRIAX-Eli.'hth tre. t ; preaching on
M'.hl u'h at It :i) a. m. and p. m.; prayer
meeting Weduesdav at 7:ip. in.; Sunday School
ht 'i p. m. Rev. It V. George, pastor.
CECUM) FREEWILL HAITIST-Fift.er.th
street, hetuti-u Walnut and Cedar street,; ser
vice Sabbath at i and ' :' p. m.
OT. JOoEi'!l'M-Kiiinau Catholic) Corner Cro.s
0 and Walnut street; service sa'ihafh MMua.
in. ; Sunday School at i p. m. ; Veper 3 p. in.; cr
vice every day at B p. in.
ST. I'.U'RN K S-RimaD Catholic) Corner Ninth
trie1 a.id Wftshiusflun avenue; fender S ib
i.m'x ami in a m.; Vesper 3 p. in. ; flnnday school
p. in. , fervlu. every day at S p. m. Itev. F. Zabel,
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
M; ai.di.ftvr Monday. June I, the boat will make
tU- follow itj; t -lp
I.IAVE lEAVt LEAVED
F ct Fourth ,t. Mifouri Land'c K. ntitky Ld'u.
7 a. m. 7: ) a. m. a ni.
a. i". 1 Vi a. m. 10 a n..
I! a in 11 .) a in. li rn.
i p. m. J i p.m. 1 p. m.
"' I' rn. ". ii p. m. .' "to p. m.
in !.: a m 10 . in.
:i p. ni 1 i p ia t p. in.
CAIRO t ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. W. SMITIIKKS. ltixvivor.
5IIOUTKST SHOKT LINK I'.KTWEEN
CAIKO AM) ST. LOUIS.
TLroacb Kxprr leaven Cairo vtft.tu.
Thmui;h Exprer arrive at E. St I.oui. S uip.ni.
Turuittfh Expret leave E SI Lotii".... M O) a.m.
Through ExpreM arrive at Cairn . Viop.in.
.Vtirj hy'mniarcnmmodatlnn h avei. Caind'J A p in.
M'i'i hy-'iiim Ace i.rrive at Murpliy!nro ii:!? p.m.
Murj l.y'iur.i Act. leave .Murphyl ro (Uiin.
!urib.vhiiru Arc. arrive at ( Hiro In 45a m.
The Cairo A Si Umi Kail Knad : the only all
luiil Houte In tweiu Cairo ami St. Limi under one
manak'1 inei.i. therefore there are no di lav at
way tatinn ftwiiitirjcconneetinn from other'line.
J"oe and ure contierlion. at St Limi with other
h;.i for North, Eat and Wet.
J. A NAl'ULE. I M.JdHNSON.
Agent (ieiteral MannifiT.
CAIRO VIXCEXNES li.R.
Cil Af 1 1 fUTHE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
111 JllliW HVIIUHVill).
A7 AITT Vs: TIIK SHORTEST TO LOUIS
V.. ,1Lr MI.I.E. CINCINNATI. HAL
TI.VOKE AND WASHINtiTON.
'ii AFTI '1IIK SHORTEST TO 1NIUAN
U1 lirn AI'UI.IS.I'HILADEM'IIIA.NEW
YORK AND 1IOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over train of all other route making the aine
W Fa-fi'iitfer by other route io iKiike coLnec
ISn intiht ride nil IiIl'IiI. waltlnu from one to lx
hour at mall country tutlon for train of cou
Xkli.liv,Hlljl. !L m lrilli fcKhim Evn,.
tlllc, Ini'.lannpoll, Cincinnati and Lotilrvlllu ann!
day. Train leave und arrive ut Cairo a Inllow:
Mall leave 4:4Iia.in.
Mull arrive KlMKip.m,
Tlirniih ticket mid check to nil Important
F. A. MIUKR ROSWELL MILLER.
Oen'l 1'bm. Ati'iit. Gfticrnl Sitp't.
L. B. CHURCH. l'aeiiKer Airctit.
Jkk Hi.nklr, N. 11. Titimtttt'ooi), .1. 11. Mihiiik
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. Itffi nud 137 Commerclut Avvuup.
tSr Liberal Advnnromunt madu on Cotiilun
ment of Tolmcco, Hour, and Oralii.
lyAgfiit for Gear, Scott cq. thrmhlnu ma
rl lnua. portnhlufaw mill and threliin2 enlne.
Aui'iit lort'hHtnplon hiirvvNtttiu mitvhtuvt.tnowcri
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, IWkiktor.
Of all Ib'sciiiitimis at Lowest Prices.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Round
Note Ifeiuls, . und (i I'onnil.
liill Heatls, lliuul Kihmml.
Statements, and ( I'luunl,
Hills Liulinsr, lit I'ountl.
ALL FIRST-CLASS TAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
"NVhitcj and Colored
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. ..SUNDAY
THE WORKINGSlAN'S FRIEND.
In tbBfc dayiof political trickery, true friend
In the time of need, If a friend Indeed; and euch
a friend la
Dr. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM for the LUNGS
It is a urc euro lor
CONSUMPTION. COI GIIH, COLDS. ASTHMA
and all diaeaiciof the Lung, Cbett and Throat
Thl woll-known remedy ha( been ui!d for
thirty year and ha cured thouaod of easel,
many of which were given up a boplti.
No cat however obtluate. can relt the
healing propertleof Dr. Wm. Hall' Balam for
the Lunu. Trial bottle will be furnihed grat
tuitouDly to all who arc ufllctcd with Lnn and
teltcmember that it 1 Iho perltent ile of
the Hainan) that cure the word cae.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(1) BARCLAY BROS . Wholesale Aijeut.
MUTUAL All) SOCIETY.
UREKA ! EUREILV!
SUBSTITUTE FOE LIFE I.VSUK
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society-,
Orgiinlwd July Utlt, 1877, Under the Lhwo1
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
, 1877, under Actot Congress.
. WILLIAM STRATTON, Prkhident.
Mk. P. A. TAYLOR, - - Vice Peesiuent.
J. A. GOLDSTINE, - - TaxAbfiiEB.
Db J.J.GORDON, - Med. Amis'.u.
THOMAS LEWIS. Seciietarv.
i;o.u:d of managed:
J. J. GORDON. Phvlclan Cairo, i;i
Mr. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
Scbojl. Alexander County 11 11
Mr. E. C. FOlil). Varietv Bracket Store, ' "
J. A.GOLDSTINE. of Goldtine a Ko
enwater. Whleale nLd Retail Beak-re
In Staple and Faucv Dry (rooil
N B. THISTLEW OoD. of Hinkle i
Thltlewood. Commiion MerchaLt,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor " 11
S. D. AYEKS. ul Ayer ii Co.. Commis
sion Merchant 11
THOMAS LEWIS. Inurance Manager
and Attorney nt Law 11
WM. STRATTOX.of Strntton 4 Bird,
Wholesale Grocers 11 '
GEO. M. ALDEN. Commlion Mer
chant, H Ohio Levee '
JAS S. REARDEN. A-eut Miisippi
Valley Tratipnrtatloii Company 11
HARRISON HOUPT. Watchmaker and
CHAS. R STUART, Wholesale and Re
tail Drv Goods and Notiou? ' '
EDWARl) A. BUDER. Manufacturinic ' -Jeweler
lUid Wholesale Dealer In
Watchmaker' Tooinaud Materials. ... 11 -1
EDWIN I;. EGNEW, Proprietor St.
HAZEN LEIGUTON, Commission Mer
chant 11 11
Dr. EDWARD R. HOE. t s Marshal
Southern District Illinois Sprinirfield. Ills
Mrs. S. A. AVERS ViUn Rldtfe.
Dr. R. S. BRIGHAM. Physician. . Indiauanolis. Ind
JAS. M tiELAlT. 'Real Estate
Agent Keokuk, Iowa.
Rev. DAVID C. WELLS. MetbodiM
Minister (irand Junction. T. nn.
J. R. GULLEY. Merchant Meridan.Mia.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
ICE DY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialtv
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
s t i
I I " J"
Li '-1 C
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Btwwn 'Wnshtngton and Coin
mproltU Av., luHchilng Harmy-
ly EEPH for aletln bt Beef, Pork, MultonAoal.
v Lamb, Sauagu. e and I prepared W'W
rumlllc In an acceptable manner.
MORNING. JUNE 20, 1879.
liS'i"., Do',t.on Pny'rlin. ''ba no equal aa a blood
P. n u HMHrln ot It many wouderful cure af
ter all other remedle had failed. I visited the lab-
it i ' cnvtncea myieir of It genuine mt-rtt.
V Tt, Pred from hark, root and herb, each of
in M" biy effective, and they are compounded
... ..... . a mauuer a io prouueo astontsuing remit.
the (rreat blood purifier.
Will cure the wort cast of Scrofula.
I recommended by physician and apothecaries.
Has effected omo marvelous cure in rae of
Cancer. . m,
Cure the worst case! of Canker.
Meets w ith wonderful success In Meurfal disease
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the system.
Remove Pimples und Humor from tun f ice.
Cur Constipation and regulates the bowel.
Is a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Re-torc the entire system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Bir.zlues.
Relieve Famines ut the stomach.
Cures Pains in the Back.
Effectually cures Kidney Complaint.
I- effective in it cure cf Female WeakueS'ts.
Ii-the L-;vat r-meny for General Debility.
ts T1IK liEsT
II. II STEVENS, BOSTOX, MASS.
Vejetine U Sold By all Dniffsjists,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY-
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth treet and
C. O. PATIEK & CO.
FLOUR. ; RAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiffhest Cash Price Piiitl tor Wheat.
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenue, (
Corner Eighth Street t
For the Sunday Bulletin. . '
0.VE TOUCH OF XATL'RE. '
SL'IIUESTID BY 4 rtCTVRI, AND INH'RIBCD TO I. 4. M.
BT KATt W .
The flsbt wa o'er the thnndor
Of cannon beard no more
And many a tain of cilmaon
Tho trampled greeniward bore.
Fearful bad been the havoc,
And many a valiant breast,
The tcadfat and true hearted,
There found an endle rest.
The tun In golden glory, .
Was sinking behind the hill
The restless breese was rippling
The learning mountain rill.
By friend and foe fonaken,
A stalwart soldier lay
The fading sunbeams gleaming
Athwart his dress of gray,
Imploring a drink of water,
His pale lips parch'd w 1th thlrst
Droamlng of silvery fountain,
Where living water bnrst.
Tut unlit day wm fading.
All clondlcs and serene,
Where death and glory meeting.
Surveyed the silent scene.
Lo! from the dark pine forest
A soldier clad in blue,
With courage never faltering,
A tender heart and true,
Advanced with Arm step treading,
The solemn field o'ersprcad,
With many a tatter'd banner.
And marks of conflict dread.
And on with silent footstep
He traced bis lonely way
Passing belde the soldier,
Who wore the simple gray ;
Knelt down beside the rebel,
And kindly put his fla-ik
Tollpsathlrst for water,
A christian's noble tusk.
There on the field so lonely,
Far from hit father's halls,
The wounded soldier faintly
The name of brother calls.
They link their hand together,
Uponthe battle plain.
And by this act of kindness,
The brothers meet again.
There is a fount with water
As bright as heaven's own,
Its streams are ever gushing,
Near by the Father's throne.
Ti call'd the fount of Klndness-
To see It laughing light,
To touch Its silv'ry waters.
Our gloomy heart grow bright
While I forgot the summer.
With flower and balmy skies -With
all my harp-string quivering
With mournful melodies;
And eeicg barren lands
With visage pale still standing,
Raising suppliant band.
Bcmoaniugall my failure";
My duties left undone,
Not dreaming of the triumplts.
The ict'rleto be w on.
Lo! thou hast touched the f untaln,
Borne from in llv'ry wave.
One pearly drop of kindness,
My thirsting heart to lave.
And like an angel kneeling.
On life' drear battle plain,
Hast brought the healiug water,
That I revive again.
Friend sister, we are traugcrs,
Amidst life's restless din
And yet "one touch of nature
Will make tjic world akin."
For the Cairo Bulletin.
ITEMS FROM D0XG0LA.
UY OI.lt TRIM.
tvery luesday morning The Cairo
Bulletin finds a lodgement m box 8.1
wiucli is quite refreshing to the writer. The
Bulletin, though, opposing us in politics,
is nevertheless more hL'liIv nrizotl tlmn
C7 f f '
tiny of the other three papers that get in the
same box every week. An it is undoubt
edly the best gotten up weekly in the state,
the only wonder is that it should fail to
flnj a plaee in every house in Egypt. As
it lia.s a respectable circulation in Union
county, and, perhaps, is read by some who
are readers of the "Union County News."
Old Trim must intrude a moment on the
reader's patience by setting ''Pluck," in thu
Union County News, u little out of the
Pluck suys: Old Trim of Tub Cairo
Rltletix ''comes out iu defence of saloons,
etc. Now why he wrote this is u problem
we will not here try to solve, as it would
make our items tedious; but will just
simply state that Pluck is mistaken. We
did write in Tiik Ri i.letin two weeks ago,
a few lines in reference to how our gentle
manly saloonists, S. II. Poor and Simou
Aden, conduct the saloon business; ami
while they carry out their present regime
wo shall give them praise. As to coming
out in defence of saloons, there is not a
word of it true; but as the conduct of those
two saloonists wtw defended, and Pluck is
considerably atllicted with anti-saloon on
the brain, the reader will naturally enough
sec what the trouble is with Pluck. We have
not the least objection to his comparing
us t the "silver ttmgtted Rismnrck" and
himself to a "spaniel."
Our enterprising farmer James T. Mc
Lain, living tour miles west of Pougola,
showed us, to-day, a sample of a potato
grown on his farm, nud called the Heuuty
of Hebron. The potato shown us had its
origin in Brazil, and McLaiu got tho need
from tho agricultural department nt Wash
ington City. The sample before us U in-
leed tho finest thing of tho potato kind we
ever saw, having a very thin purple rind
and being perfectly smoothe. It cotnei to
maturity In 00 days. It certainly Is tho
Bob Reynolds, living In tho Mississippi
bottom, near tho old Hamburg landing, on
last Tuesday, shot tho old, man Frnzlcr
NEW SERIES NO. 3.
through the heart klffintr him instantly,
Wo are not in possession of tho oarticulan
in the case; but the difficulty came 'up on!
account or Reynolds' hogs getting ia Yn
zicr's wheat. At this writiug Reynold ia
in the Jonesboro jail. ,
Machine men, are nbw preparing to com
mence the business of threshing wheat,
The price per bushel for threshing to be 8
Things are beginning to look more cheer
ful. The crop is very good, and men ' are
aimmg to get out of debt.
Still room for bids for the Dongola
school. All bids will be canvassed on the
first day of August, and a principal selected.
KCLL Dia'AlLS O? THE BLOODY OCCURKNCR
riWH A, CORKWeONOFNT I.IVINO IK TIIK
On yesterday morning, Robert Reynolds
shot and killed William Frazier. The par
ticulars of the homicide are about as fol
Robert Reynolds is a well-to-do farmer,
residing about fiye miles from this place.
As Mr. Reynolds is the owner of a consider
able body of land, it is necessary for him to
have n good many tenants, and it is asserted
that he has been noted for the number of
listurbances he manages to bring about
with those who occupy his lands. Soma
time since Mr. Reynolds leased four hun-
dree acres of land to Mr. Frazier fur a term
of five years. Shortly alter the lessee had
taken possession of tho premises, there be
gan to be difficulties. It seems that the par
ties when occasion offered usually indulged
in what is sometimes denominated a "fuss,"
after which they would ceaso to wranglo
and be friendly again. There seems to
have been no open difficulty between tho
twain for some time, and the neighbors
thought all differences were amicably set
tled. On the day above alluded to Frazier
discovered some of Reynolds' hogs in hia
( Frazier's) field and took his dotrs and
went to eject the unwelcome intruders
Reynolds, who lives on an adjoining farmj
heard Frazier chasing his hogs and seizing
his gua he at once hurried to the scene.
Some words passed between the parties,
whereupon the trate Reynolds took deliber
ate aim with his shotgun and sent its con
tents through Frazier's heart. Immedi
ately after tiring the fatal shot Reynolds
turned and retraced his steps toward hiB
house. Doubtless he feared that the mag'
nitudo of the crime he had perpetrated
would arouse the community and a desire
for vengeance might cause justice to bo
meted speedily, for ho procured ahorse and
hastened with all possible speed to Jones'
boro and placed himself under the protec
tion of the nuthones ot tho law. Tho
Coroner cf Union county held an inquest
last evening and on the verdict of tho jury
Reynolds was remanded to jail, the charge
being for murder.
The community is indignant over tho
bloody act, and some of Frazier's friends
think Reynolds ought be hanged. This
makes two homicides that have occurred
near here withm a month. The reckless
use of firearms is becoming, by far, too
common und tho law ought to be rigidly
enforced. Whosoever becomes so utterly
lost to all human principle und justice as to
be guilty of premeditated murder should
be made to feel tho full penalty of a viola
ted law. Ne Plcs Ultua.
Clear Creek, June 20th.
Neuvoi'sness and, Indigestion. These
sad afflictions so destructive both to busi
ness ami pleasure, arise from a morbid con
dition of the body, which is relieved by an
occasional dose of Dr. Bull's Baltimore
Pills. Try them, they will do you good!
DIXON SPRINGS. ILLS.
These springs will bo opened June 10th
under the management of the new propria-'
tors, who would respectfully nnnounce that
they have been thoroughly repaired. Over
thirty new cottages and new, largo and
capacious dining rooms hare been built,
furnished entirely with new furniture, new
liediiig, spring mattresses, etc. The springs
are situated in a high ami healthy locality,'
surrounded by magnillcent scenery; and
their medical qualities, not excelled by any,
are too well known to need any comment.
They are supplied with un abundance of
ice, refreshments and amusements usually
found at summer resorts. Tho best of faro
and strictest attention to the comfort ot
guests is gtiranteed all for the small sum
of $8 per week. Special rates to tamiliea.
J. R. Buowft & Co., Proprietors.
May 25th, 1870
WIRE SCREEN'S, FURNITURE, ETC
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my Bhop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twolfth
streets; also nil kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses tnanufactured to order
and kept on sale. Repairing and uphol
stering done on short notice. I have a
good supply of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for Hcreens,to bo made up in the latest
and best style. Prices very low.
Jackson'n hest Sweet Nary To