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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN,
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MOWING, JULY 1, 1879.
NEW SERIES NO. 4
Muyor-N. B. Thit!cwood. . ILhV
ti-.rk llemil. .1 Pt..
PiurBbui--v - c L.UIJ ;le,
I'olltc .Muglttrute J. J. bird.
Pirn! Ward-Win. O'CatUUu. M.J. llowlev.
Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. H. Wood
nrd. . Third Wurd-W. p. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward Charle O. Pntler, Jumm Kynaeton
l-'llth Wutd-T. V. llulliduy, Ernet H. Pcttlt.
County OtttcriH. "
Circuit Jndsu-u. A. Barker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Beve
County Judex K. 8. Yucuui.
Comity Clerk-8. J. Hutnm.
Couuty Attorney W. C. Mil I key.
County Treuunr A. J. Aldcn.
Mien!)' John Hodden.
County Cimmiloucr-T. W. llulliduy, M. V
Brown, siimui 1 Brtley.
AFRICAN M. E. -Fourteenth ntrt, between
Walnut and C'tdir rcets; Mrtrw Subbutb 11
it in. t.d7;.lup. m.; buticky bcboollW) p. in.
p lihl W VN-Eibte-fLth "treet; mtn Hub.
i i p. t. , t.u.''.zs occasionally.'
pUVIlCU OK THE KEDEEMEIl-tEnircopiil
j ruurteeLtu ctre.ei; Moriilni: prayer isaonuti.
yr.i) u m. ; evenm,
fci.uo! a. in.
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jiruyi-re. :: p. ia.; hubhutb
KMI'.ST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUTKCli.
I Pnarbicg at lu.H . in., 1 p. m.. uud T: p m.
Subla'h chool ut ' M p. la. Uev. T. J. Shore,
T CTHKRAN-Thirte.uth itreet; oervtcit Sub-
JLi l.Mti 11 a. m.
iiLd"::)n p. ni.; fcuhduy school
niETUBIST-Cor. Eifhth aLd Willi: n I Ukk
l'l l'r nculiiu Kuhhatb !: a. in. ttud T p.m.:
I ruyur tuwtltii;, Wcdii'day 7 p. c.; hukday
f-c!.oo!, a. la. Ktv. Whlttokf r, pn.tur.
l)l:iUYTElUAN-Eli.-Lth ctrtet; pr;achii:'.' c.u
1 NiMu'h ut . in. uLd 7:'V)p. ra.; pruyt-r
i.i(.!ii.2 WrdLt'rday at 7:Jip. m.; frunay school
H S p. m Kv. IS. V. Cii.uri't, iBftur.
CECOXO FKEE-WILL BAITIST
O tt. tutwitT: Wuliiiit utjd Cvdur t
tvdur e:n-ft" , n.r-
v;ci- J'.!itut! at atd 7MM p. m.
CT. Jovf.rHX (lliuuau Catbolict Cort.ir f'n
i.!:i! Walnut t'n-ct; nrviri?c .ahl'ath 1":iu.
v.i ; hi:i. luy hebotd at p. m. ; Yi -f pur 3 P- la. ; tr
.;n in.-y duy at S p. m.
CT. FATI:!rK'S-41!(.r.i.ti Catholic) Coai-r XlMh
ij :r-- and WafhiLirtmi aveuue: frniri" hull
l 3 utid 1 a. ra. ; ViTpt r 3 p. ia. ; Siaiiiv M-Lool
' I n : rvK every day ut t p. ia. Utv. f. Zulnl,
10 CIT FERRY CO.
THREE jsga&l STATES.
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r it WWn..i t -i I -
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7 a ia.
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11 a. f:
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7 :i a. rn.
11 a. ra.
V".' p. cs.
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1 ' a. c.
4 1 in
(JAIIiO tf ST." LOUIS R. R.
U. W.S.MrrilKKS, HH--iv'r.
IionTE.ST SHOUT LINE KKTWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Throsuh Exprcnn leaven Cairo :4t..m.
Ttroash Kxprrt uTTlvm t E. St Louis. 5tu-p.ni.
Ti.roai;a Exprv.i 1i-:ivi- E. M LoUif.... !:( a.m.
Throttith x(irv nrrivi-F at Cmro A:lp.iu.
Marphyah'iro&rcnmmndation lravi-MRirol'.' a.p in.
.Vuph)S.ru Ai'c. srrivv at Msrpbye'H-ro :. in.
.V':r; hy-lniro Acc !i"ic M'ir;'l.)')(iro .. 4 SS ii.ni.
V ;::;!. 'viro Acc. arr:vi- ut I'airu 1" 45 a.m.
Ti.i I'a'.tgA St I.niii Kail Knad li- the only all
Ba'.l Kniiii- l.itv.i.'i ii l airo and M. I.uai ncdiT oll'
r'.iiUiiiv.aci:!. Ibvrvforw ri- r.o delay at
y:.y F!:it'..)!i awnlt'.ii ror.tn ctloiiF from ottur'litc.
Clo'i- i.i. d :ire rontivrtim: !it ht Louis with other
Tor NnrtU. EHSt and West
L. M. JOHNS! N.
(ii'iicral Mutai.'! r.
CAIRO it YINCENXES R.R.
i: Tl IV THE SHOUT
7 ArTl LV THE SHORTEST TO LOTIS
II .Uiljri. VI1.LE. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
Am TCTHe siioutest TO INDIAN-H-
YC MIC AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAYED
train of all othor route makliii: the m-.tne
J2'" I'tfFU'iiier by other route to r.jake connec-lii-Lj
nitii't ride ail' nlL'ht. wiitini: tn'ta one to fix
lA iir at mnll country Mntloiie lor train of con
TJVM rMTnTHE FACT and take our 4:45
Urjir JLurjlV m. trin, reachii.c Evai
i','e, Iiidlnnapoll. Ciiiclnimtl and LoiifFvilie tni'
rl:iv. Truia leave and arrive ut Cairo a follow:
Mai! leave- 4:i5a.m.
Mai! arrive PM.ip.m.
Through ticket and check" to nil Important
F. A. MILLEK I10SWELI. MILLER.
Uvn'l I'u. Auvnt. (ienenil Sup't.
L. B. CUVKCII. lhiSFeueer Atfi-nt.
JRE IllNKI.B, N. B. TlllKTtrWfOli, ,1. II MnollE
Farmer's Tobacco AVarehouse
No. 153 find 147 Commercial Avuune.
fcyrLlln'ral Advancomonta mado on Cotislk'n
irmuit of Tobnrcp, Flour, and (train,
WTAui lit fur Gear. Hcott it t'o. thrnahlnif inn-
chilli), portable mw mill ncl thronluiiu enulni .
Aii"tit rorChiunplou hr't'tlng murhluen. morr
jwtrirurij rw sac
B 1WE E Y
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Pkoit.iktor,
Of all IV( l iiitioii' at Low est I'riroj
To Oidoi' on Short Notice.
Letter Heads. 10 anil 12 Pomul
Note Hfiiils, iiiul t; I'tnnul.
lill H.'iuls, l tiuiil Hi I'liutul.
Statements. ." siiul i ruiiil,
Bills LmUr.jr, 10 Pmiuil.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PArEIl.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
"White and Colored
I YOL K BLOOD PUUBt
Now thl l an Important quuntlou, for without
'Urt- and wholenomo blood there can be no per
vet health, uud without -
IfeUatnirc hnrden and ato. vJ;'or Impure
dood tho bet medicine knowu l
Scuviirt4 Jllood Puritier.
It i the yriiat Hoiithern tlrie tried and true rem-
ay, and may bu implicitly rellud on,
WHEN EVEIiYTHINU ELSE FAILS.
Take U In the Kprina time, ecpecially for lm
mm accretion of thifhlood incident to that
cftfonof the year; aud taku It
Kor Cancer Kcrofula. Liver Comttlalnti'. IWcuk-
ni'FH, Boll, Tunior. Swilllnt;, and tho thou-
'ana HI that come troiu Impure blood,
IOIIN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.
H COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YoHK.
4) BAHCLAY BBOH.. Wholeaale Agent.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
A SUIWTITITE FOR LIFE IXSUE.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Oriranized July lkh, 1877, Under the Laws el
the SUitc of Illinois. Gipyrlirhttd July
it, W'i", umlrr Actol'Congn-M.
WILLIAM STHATTON, PiiEsiMiST.
Mit. I'. A. TAYLOIi, Vn E-PiiEstDEST.
J. A. OOLDSTINE, - Tueasl-keb.
Uii. J J OOHUON, .Men. Advwoii.
THOMAS LEWIS, SnaiETAr.v.
B0AI1D OF MANAGEBS:
J J (iOliDON. I'hxFiclan
Mr, r. A. TAYLOK. Snperinteudeut of
Schoal. Aiexandir C oantv
Mr. E. C. FOB!). Variety Bracket Store, ' '
J. A. OOLDs'l'INE. of .o!ritinc & Ito-
FuLwater. Wholesule atid Betuil Dealer
in stajile ar.d Fancv Dry dood. " "
N. B. THISTLEWOolJ. ol Hiiikle 4
Thistiewood. Commiion Merchant.-,
Cotton nnd Tobacco Factor "
s'. L). AYEBS. of Aycr A- Co,, Comml-
lon Merchant " ..
THo.MAS LEWIS. Insurance Manager
and Attorney at Law ..
WM. STBATTON. of Stratum A Bird,
OEO. M. ALBEN. Comu;ioii Mer
chant. 7 Ohio Levee
JAS h. KEAKDEN. A tent Milljip
V::llev Traiiiort.itioii Company '
HAI'.BfSON HOUIT, Watchmaker and
Jeweler " ,i
( HAS. B STl'AHT. Wholesale and Be
tail I)n- (iooil and Notion
EDWAlil) A. Bt'DEK, Muuufact-irini;
Jeweler and Whoien!e Dea-r In
Wau hmaker" Tivi! ;,nil Miiteri..!....
EDWIN K. EONEW, Proprietor Si
Ct,f,r;etliiel .tr '
llAZEN'LEIiiHTON, Comial'i-ion Mer-
ehar.1 . " '
Br. EUWABI) B. KOE. I'. S Murshal
Soiithern Lotrii-t Iilinol . . . . Si.riiiL'tli ld, I'.i.
Mr. S A. A YE US ...Villa Bidiri',
Br. Ii. S BUB. HAM. Pbv!iiau .l:.dmua.i.liF. lad
.lAv M. l.ELATT, ' Beal Estate
Auvnt Keokuk, Iowa.
Bev. DAVID C. WELLS. M.thm'.ift
Minister (irand Junction, Ti-nn.
J B Ol'LLEY Merchaut Meridau.Mis.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROATS PATENT
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OUTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Toads a Speeialtv
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
2 x K
Dealor in Fresh Meat.
Httv'ti AViiwIiincton hiu Corn
triprc'ltil Av., naioinlnii IXtmny.
kE.EI 1 ri" ""I'' the ht Beef, Pork, M'.ittoni''
ft.mmm tit., nnd I prepared toerv
mmllie In u acceptable manucr.
SayF alhton physician, "hanioi'(iial a a blood
puriner. Hearlui: of It many womlerrul cure, uf
ter all oI:t reniedle had failed. I visited tho lab
ratury. ni convinced myelf of it Pennine merit.
" I'rl red from bark, root and herb, each of
wlilcbl l,ly efluctlvc, and they are compounded
in uch iqiauuiT a to produce atonlhlnj; reult.
I 'bff ra blood puriner.
Will cure ie wort case cf Scrofula,
I" recuiuituded by phynlclunn ar.d apothecaries.
Ba ttMod Home murvelom cure In case of
Cure je worst csei of Cinher.
Mui jtb wonderfll ucces In Meurial disease
Will :idlcate Salt liheum from the )t,. m. j
B'-mot Pimples and Haraor from the f ice.
Curcst'or.rtiputiou and reralates the bowel.
I u vl'.iiable rcmedv for Headache-.
Will i:re Dyspepjia.
Bejtt" the entire ysteni to a healthy cocdlticL.
lie Calve the catife of Dizzines"
FalEtr.c? at the toniach
Cure.Paiii in the Back
Eil'ect r.lly euros Kidney Complaint
1 caVcCve la It care of Female Weakuessc.
Is the treat retneuy for General De'dlity.
I THE BEST
- ' 1 BEPAliED BY
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vejetine is Sold By nil Druffj?ists,
X EY YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Yarietv Stock
IN" THK CITY
GOODS SOLD YERY CLOSE
Cor. Nim teei.th street ar.d t
c. o. patier & CO.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hi-host Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Dry Goods anil Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
'SSWteil Cairo, III
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Livebpool, Juno !i0, 2:00 P. M. Wheat
unclmnge. J Winter, bs 0il98 SJjSprinjj',
7s 4dSs 3j; California Hveragc, 8s CA
Oi li.l; Califoraia club, Os 2QUs M.
Cora new Ss llJ(3,4s.
new yobk obai.v.
New Yobk, June GO, 12:01 p.m.-Wheat
nominal No. 2 Chicago, ft 1.1(2,1 13; No.
5, Milwaukee, ft MGl 18; Rod Winter,
$1 10(2,1 IS. Corn quiet Steamer, 42;
No. 2, 40 yt.
crncw;o cbain and pkodvce.
Chicaoo, June SO, 10:00 a. m. Wieat
July, OTJi; August, 01j4'2,01. Pork-
! V, August, 0
l t nc 1 '
8 , iiuijusi,
Chicago, June 30, 12:00 m. Fork
Ju.'y, SOQO 2(; August, $9 D3f.
Corn July, SCGC; August, ' ST
37. Wheat-July, M;; August, rU4'.
A SPLENDID "TAKE-OFF."
A MODKBN fEKMOS FIIOM AN ANCIENT
We do not undertake to say that in the
following "take-oil'' G;jor:;e Cary Eggles
toa is satirizing las I.TOther, who is an em
inent methodical minister; but we can say,
uud our readers will agne with us, that it
very pointedly exhibits the method upon
which a large class of ministers construct
'Bretheren, the words of my text are:
' Old Mother Hubbard, he went to the cupboard,
To get her poor do? a boue ;
But ivheu he tot there the cupboard iva hire,
And to the poor doi; had uone."
"These beautiful words, my dear friends,
carry with theui a solemn ksson. I pro
pose this evening to analize their meaning,
and to apply it, lofty as it may be, to our
"Old Mother liabbard. she west to the cupboard,
to i;et her poor do,' a bone."
"Mother Hubbard, you see, was old
tliere being no mention ot others, we may
presume she was aloue; a widow a tnend
less, old. solitary widow. Yet, did she dts
pair f Did she sit down and weep, or rea'.
or wring her hands? No! she went to the
cupboard! And here she went to the cup
board. She did not hop, or skip, or run,
(r jump, or use anv other peripatetic arti
rice; she solely and merely went to the cup
"We have seen that she was old and
lonely, nnd we now further see that she was
poor, r or, mark, the words are 'the cup
board.' Not 'one of the cupboards,' or the
'right-hand cupboard, or tho 'lett-hand cup-
Dourei, or the oho above, or
the one below, or the one un
der the floor, but just the cupboard
the one humble little cupboard the poor
widow possessed. And why did she ro to
the cuplward? Was it to bring forth gold
en goblets, or glittering precious stones, or
costly apparel.or feasts, or any other attrib
utes ot wealth! It was to get her poor dog
a bone ! Not only was the widow poor,
but her dog, the sole prop of her acre, was
poor, too. We can imagine the scene. The
poor dog crouching in the corner, looking
wistfully at the solitary cupboard, and the
widow going to that cupboard in hope, in
expectation, may to to open it. although
we are not distinctly told that.it was not
half open or nj.-.r to open it for that poor
"But when he uot there the cupboard was bare
And so the poor dos had noue.
"When she got there 1'' You see, dear
brcthern, what preseverance is. Yo see the
beauty of persistence in doing riirht. She
got there. There were no turnings and
twistings. no slipplngs and slidings, no
leaning to the right or faltering to the left.
With glorious simplicity we are told she
"And how was her r.oblo effort reward,
"The cupboard was bare !" It was bare !
There were to be found neither oranges,
nor cheesecakes, nor penny buns, nor gin
gerbread, nor crackers, nor nuts,
nor Inciter matches. The cup
b ard was bare! There was but one, only
one solitary cupboard in the whole of that
cottage, and that unc, the sole hope of the
willow, nnd the glorious loadstar of the
poor dog, was bare ! Had there been a leu'
of mutton, a loin of lamb, a fillet of veaf.
even an ice from Gatti's, the case would
have been different, the incident would
have been otherwise. But it was bare, my
brethren, bare as a bald head, bare as an
f.iiit born withouta caul.
"Many of you would probably say, with
a; I the pride of worldly sophistry, 'The
widow, no doubt, went out ami bought a
dog-biscuit.' Ah. no! Far removed
from these earthly ideas, these mun
dane desires, poor Mother Hubbard,
the widow, whom many thoughtless world
lings would despise, in that she owned only
one cupboard, perceived or I might even
say saw at once the relentless logic of the
situation, and yielded to it with all the
heroism of that nature which had enabled
her without deviation to reach the barren
cubboard. She did not attempt, like the
stiff-necked scoffers of this generation, to
war anaitist the inevitable; she did not try,
like the so-called men of science, to ex
plain what she did not understand. She
said nothing. 'The poor dog had none!'
And then at this point our information
cases. But do we not know sufficient I
Arc we not cognizant of enough?
"Who would dare to pierce the veil that
shrouds the ulterior fato of Old Mother
Hubbard, the poor dog. the cupboard, or
the bone that was not there? Must we
imagine her still standing at the open cup
board door, depict to ourselves the dog
still dropping his disappointed tail upon
the floor, the sought-for bone still remain
ing somewhere else? Ah 1 no, my dear
bretheren, wo arc not so permitted to at-
tempt to lead the future. SufSco it tor u
to glean from this beautiful story its many
lessons vsurace it tor us to apply them, to
study them so far as in us lies. and. bear
ing in nana the natural frailty of our na
ture, to avoid being widows; to shun tho
patronymic ot Hubbard; to"
have, it our means afford
it,more than one cupboard in the house;
and to keep stores in them all. And, oh.
kar friends, keeping in recollections what
we have learned this day, Ictus avoid keep-,
ing dogs that are tond of bones. But,
bretheren, if we do; if fate has ordained '
that we should do any of theso things, let
us then go as Mother Hnbbard did straight,
without curveting or prancing, to our cup
board, empty though it be let us, liko
her, accept the inevitable with steailfast
ness; and should we, like her, ever bo left
with a hungry dog and an empty cupboard
may tuture chroniclers be able to writo also
of us in the beautifnl words of our text:
'And so the poor dog had none,' "
Advicf, of an old nurse. The baby
would he always bright and cheerful if an
occasional dose of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup
Lively Stock Operations. the cur
rent of recent events has trivcu great impe
tus to business in Wall street, and many
successful turns are reported where im
mense profits are made in short periods.
The most successtul way that we have
heard of yet for operating in stocks is by
tue Lonimnatum method ot Messrs. Law
rence cv Co.. Bankers, New York. By this
system thousands ot orders in various sums
are pooled into one vast capital and oper
ates unJer the most experienced and skill
ful management, thus securing to each
shareholder superior advantages and profits,
not possible in any other way. Profits are
paid at end of GO days. A gentleman in
Boston, made ? .4 . 30 on an investment of
?100. Many others are doing as well or
better. Capital in any amount from $10 to
$100,000 can be used with equal propor
tionate success by this Combination or Co
operative Method. $15 would make $75, "
or 5 per cent, on the stock; ?100 would re
turn $000. or 9 per cent, during the month,
and so on. according to the market. The
new circular contains "two unerring rules
for success" and full information, so that
any one can operate with profit. Stocks
and bonds wanted. Deposits received.
Government bonds supplied. Apply to
Lawrence it Co., Bankers, 57 Exchange
Place, N. Y. City.
BcTTEB-M.vKiNo is getting to be a real
science. When the pastures fail by reason
of drought to yield the proper teed, dairy
men must see that their cows have sonic
thing more and in churning if the butter
is too light colored, use a little of Wells,
Richardson & Co's perfected Butter Color
to keep up the bright gold ot June.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say ,
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
risked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lead to Consumption ami
a remedy that will cure Consuiup- '
Hon will certainly and surely euro a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. Wo
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not t'nts a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 50cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10-cts. and 75 ets. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmetack" a popular and
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers,
"Whitueu are you bound r" asked John
Moor, as he stood in the door-way of his es
tablishment, and saw his old friend Sam
Rodgers walking slowly past. The latter,
with sunken eyes and palid visage, bearing
evidence of disease, hastened to reply:
"I have long suffered all the horrors arising
fidiu an inactive liver, and am going to tho
office of Dr. Slow to seek relief." "Do no
such thing," said his friend, "when you
can buy a bottle of Portaline, or Tabler's
Liver Regulator for only 50 cents, nnd bo
permanently relieved. It will cure Dys
pepsia, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, and all disorders of a torpid
liver." For sale By Barclay Bros.
Wukx the hand ot disease :s laid heavily
upon us, robbing life of all its pleasures,
anything that will aff'ord relief is gladly
welcomed. Sickness is no light affliction,
uud that fornof it known as Piles, or Hem
orrhoids, can be permanently relieved by
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment, which
never fails when used according to direc-
turns. Price 50 cents ft bottle. For sale by
Foil Co nc bess. The fame of tho aver
age Congressman is of such short lived du
ration that it sterns hardly worth while
now to pay $20,000 for an election. Who
wants the nomination in our district! for
there is nothing equal to Henry's Carbolic
Salve for the cure of all sores, wounds, cuU
and skin diseases. Beware of counterfeits.
The unbiased opinion of some of tho
most intelligent medical men in this coun
try and Europe, support the statement that
Kidney-Wort is the grandest discovery yet,
tor curing Kidney and liver troubles, piles,
constipation h:h1 lumbago. It acts on both
Kidneys nnd bowels af the same timo and
cleansts ths whole system.
CnKw Jackson's best Sweot JS'avy To
bacco. " ,