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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETI
Tretwun'r Kdwurd Dizuuia,
Clerk Dentil. J, Kuloy,
Coutuelor Win. II. (iilbert.
Sliimhul J.C. LiiHut".
Pollen Muglumto J. J. Bird.
v, . n 1 !V,A,lD 0,1 Al-nElUIKW.
lrt J ard-W w. o't'Bllatian. M. J. Rowley.
Second Wurd-Uiivld T. Llauutir, C. It. Wood
ward. Tulrd Witrd-W. P. WrlKl)t. Kirliert Bmitli.
f lVT ... arU ("hnrlo O. Patlur. Junitu Kynaston
, I lftti urd-T. W. Uulllduy, ,.rnet I). Pottlt. .
Circuit Judfc-c-O. A. Hurkor.
Circuit Cli-rls -J. A. Riwvcu.
County J mint, R, h. Yocuia.
C'uuuly Clerk-S. J. Hunim.
County AMiiruvy-W. C. Mtilkiy.
County Treamirer A. J. Aldcu.
('uruuur It. Fltzzeraic.
County CommlmluucM-T. W. Hulllduy, M. V
lirown. fcamuul Urlley.
G' LNLRAL DELIVERY open :3U a. m.; cluvt
:3)tm.; Suud'iy: 8to9 a. m.
Mum-y Order Department open ut 8 a. m. ; closci
at 5 p. ra.
Throush EiprtM Mall, via Illlnoi, Central and
3IlMllppl Central Railroad cliwe ut 12:3ii p. m.
Cairo and Poplar Uluff Through and Wuy Mall
( lone m i:Wo, rn.
Way Mall via Illtnolj Central. Cairo and Vln
ctnue, and Mjtulppl Central Pallroad cloo at
:S p. rn.
Way Mai! far Narrow Gauge Kallroad cloe at 8
Cairo aLd Evanv1tle River Route clo,e at 8:30
p. m. ciiiy (except Friday).
AFRICAN M. E. Fourteenth Hreet. between
Walnut aud Cedar ttn-ut; tervlcen Sabbath 11
a. m. nnd T :30 p. m. ; bunduy School 1 :3U p. m.
CHKISTIAN'-Eii;hteenth ,treet; meeting Sab
bulb lu:3up. m.; preachtui; occasionally.
CUTHCII OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
J Fourteenth street; Morulct' prayer losbbatli)
Ki:'W a. m.; evening prayer, , ::J p.m.; Sabbath
chool V a. in.
VIUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIVHCU.
, V PreacLin;.' at 10:8ii a. m.. 3 p. m., and T :3o p. m.
t')butb cuxil at ":) p. m. liev. T. J. Shore,,
IUTHERAN-Thirtecnth t'.reet; ervlce fab
J bath 11 a. m. aLJT:A p. in ; Sunday Kfcool
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Greets;
Preachin; feabbatii 10::) a. m. aud T p.m.;
prayer nievtiiiu, Wedncday 7::) p. m.; Sunday
School, V a m. Iter. Wuittaker, parlor.
1)RESBYTEItIAN-EiL-hth treet: preacblnu on
sa'ibarb at ll:ou a. m. and 7:Op. m.; prayer
nuctini: Wt-duecduv at T.:V)p. m.; SijLday School
at .4 p. m. Itev. B. Y. George, pator.
SECOND FREE WILL BAITIST Fifteenth
treet. Iietwei-n Walnut and Cedar ,tnet ; Ser
vian Sabbath at i and ;; p. m.
ST . JOsCPirs-CKdinan Catholic) Comer Cro
und Wa!m:t street ; tenlreii Sabbutb 10:90 a.
r.i, ; Sunday Scbiml at i p. o. ; Veper 3 p. m. ; ser
vice ciery day at p. n:.
CT. PATliK'K'S-tHirr.an Catholic) Corner Ninth
O nrvit atid Waniiitiijn avenue: nrvlcen Sab
hiith land l a n.; Ve-pern 3 p. rn.; Pnndav School
J p. rn. ; er.ce every day at 5 p. m. Itev. F. Zabel,
1 m m m
rnu 1" n -f-
1. Lli J . Vx . 11. .
CT 1 TTT AND ALL l'dINT IN
O I . I iV U L THE SOUTH-WEST.
DENVER and all points Wist.
MONTREAL and BOSTON,
And all Eateru point at very low r:ite.
(JAIRO cfc ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. AV. BMITHKKS, lie-lver.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Expre' leaves Cairo S:4 a.m.
iuroiiiru i-.xprei urrlveH at t. St l.oul,.. .'i:t'p.in.
ThrotiKh Exprvi leaven E. St. Loui,.... H:iiu.m.
Tlirouuh Exprei" arrive at Cairo r:lt' p.nt.
Miirphybor accommodation leave Cairolj.i" p.m.
M'l'jiliyxhoro Arc. arrive, at Murphyboro h:4 p.m.
Murphyidioro Acc. leave, Mitrpliybnro .. 4:Ua.m.
Murpliyeboro Acc. arrive, at Cairo 10 45 a.m.
The Cairo & St. Lotil, Hall Itond in the only nil
Hull lioute, between Cairo und St. Loul under one
manattemvtit, thi-rcforo there an- no delay, at
way ftutloii awaiting connection, from other line,.
Cloe and Mire connection, at St. Loul, with other
line, for North, Ea,t nnd West.
.5. A. NAl'ULE. L. M. JOHNSON,
Ai nt. (ieueral Muuaucr.
(JAIRO it VINCENNES R. R.
(il lfl I.VSJ THE SHOHTEST ltUUTK TO
17 Tinr.rV! THE 8HOHTEST TO LOUIS
I'll hfiO VILLE, CINCINNATI, 11AL
TIMOItlC AND WASHINGTON.
i 1I T I THE H1IOHTEST TO INDIAN
? , 1 AP)LIS,I'HILADELPI1IA,NEW
VOKK AND 110STON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over Iraltia of all other route, making tho tamo
I fT l'niiin'r by other route, to tankti connec
tlxn, iiMi.l rliln all iilubt, wnltliift from one to x
hour, nt ,miill iiniiiiry nation, for tralni of cou
nectliiK rondx. v
1 1 E !u Ya M 1 Va U'1'" tt ""d iiko o,,r 4 145
... . .. ... ft' " "'. n'm-hlna Kvatm-
lllo, ItollntininilU. Clllflntmll ami Loul,vlllo iam
1ny. Tralm cave and tithu m culw a follow!
Mall leave,. , 4:45a.m.
M all arrive to :00 p.m.
Tiinmuu tickets ana check to all Important
' T. A.'MILLKtl ROIW'KLI, Mlt.LRR.
lleol PM. Afffiit. . Oeiiernl Hnn't. I
a.. II. CUURCU, raiieoirer Avut.
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Propkietor.
Of all IDi'scriiitioiis at Lowest Prices.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Heads. 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads, 5 anil r Pound.
Kill Heads, Hand Ki Pound.
Statements, and (i Pound,
Rills Ladiu?, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS TAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Curds,
"Whito and Colored
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 3, 1879..
IS YOUlt BLOOD PURE! 1
Now thli I, an Important nue.tlon. for wlthou
pure and wboluaomo blood there can be no pe
uusiiu, aim wuaoui
Ifellimoro hnrdpn and nmtn Vnr Tmnuc
blood the beat medicine known la
ScovillV Blood Purifier.
It la the ureat Southern time tried and true rea
dy, ana may be Implicitly relied on,
WUEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take It In the Sprint time CDcdulIv forinv
i'urc ,ccretlon of the blood incident to thi
eatonot tncyear; and takult
AT ALL TIMES
for Cancer Scrofula. Liver Comolaint,. I Weak
ne,, Roll,, Tumors, ShcIIIel', and the thou
-und 111, that come from Impure blood.
fOIIN F. HENRY, CTRRAN & CO.
(5 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
2) BARCLAY EROS., Whole, alo Agenti.
MUTl'AL AJD ROCnCTY
JJUREKAI EUREKA I ,. , r:t
A SUBSTITITE FOR LIFE IXSCB
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized July Uth, 1877, I'mler the Lawsot
the State of Illluol. Copyright. July
ft, 1877, under Act ot Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, Pbkuent.
Mils. P. A. TAYLOR, Vice Pbesidext.
J. A. GOLDSTINE, Tbeascbeii.
Db. J. J. GORDON, Med. Advmor.
THOMAS LEWIS. Sechetabv.
BOARD OF MANAGERS!
J. J. (iORDON. Phvalrlan Cairo, Il'.s.
Mr,. P. A. TAYLOR. Superintendent of
Scbo-jl,. Alexander County " "
Mr,. E. V. POKD, Yarietv Unicket Store, "
J. A. GOLDSTINE. of Goldmine A- Ro-
enwater, Wh.!e,a!c and Iietail Dealers
in staple and Knncv Dry Good " "
N. IS, THISTLE WOOD, of Hinkle 4
TuMlewood. Commiclon Merchant,,
Cotton ar.d Tobacco Factor, "
S. D. AYEhs, of Ayers & Co.. Commi,-
,iou Merchant, "
THOMAS LEWIS. Innirance Manager
and Attorney at Law " "
WM. STRATTON. of Stratum 4 DIrd,
Whole,a!e Grocer, "
GEO. M. ALDEN. Commle,!on Mer
chant, TS Ohio Uvee "
JAS. S. REARDEN. Acect M:,i,ippl
Ya!l('vTriin,iionutlo!i Company " "
UAKRlSON IIOL'IT. Watchmaker and
Jeweler " "
CIIAS. R. STUART, Whole.ale and Re
tail Drv Good and Notion '
EDWARO A. RUDER. Mannfacturlnir
Jeweler and Wholesale Dealer lu
Watchmaker," Toil and Material,.... "
EDWIN R. EGNEW, Proprietor St.
II iZEN LEIGHTON, Comm!lon Mer-
i. hunt . . " .
U. EDWARD R. ROE. U. S. Martha!
Southern DMrlct Illluoi, Surinirfleld. 111,.
Mr. S. A. AYERS. Villa Ridire,
Dr. R. S. URRillAM. Pbylcmn. Indlanapoli,, Iud
AL'cnt Keokuk. Iowa.
Rev. DAVID C. WELLS. Metbodlit
Minuter Grand Junction. Tenn.
J. R.GULLEY Merchant Merlduu.MUt.
PROPRIETOR OF SPUOATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE DY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Cixv Loads a Specialty.
) y t' 1 C K :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
i E 3-(-1
Doalcr in Fresh LIcat.
EIGHT f STREET,
Jptwon WrmhlniEtor. mul Com'
morclul Av., nil4lnltm Ilrmny.
KEir!J foJ "'"he 4t Beef. Pork. Million. Vrnl,
famiii Ht,u"' C and l prepared towvi
mmn.e, la an acceptable manner.
Say, a llo,ton phy,lclan. "ha, no equal a, a blood
purifier. Hearlua of it, many wonderful cures af
ter all other remedie, had failed. I visited tho lab-
ru,. uuu convmcea niy,eir of it, (jenuiue merit.
It 10 Prenared from l.tirlfd mnu n,. r.f
which I, blcbly efl'octlve, and they are compounded
in mien a niauuer a, to produce atonl,blns rculta.
lithe crcat blood purifier.
Will cure the worst case or Scrofula. '
Is recommended by phydclane and apothecaries.
Ha ejected some marvelous cures In casca of
Cures the word cases of Canker.
' ' VEGETINE
MeitL'h nondcrfjl succe, in MeSurl.il di.icases
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the ,y,tem.
Removes Pimple? and Humors from the ficc.
Cures Coui-tlpaHon and regnlatei the bowels.
Is a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will core Dyspepsia.
Restores the entire system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cansc of Dizziness.
Relieve Palntness at the stomach.
Cures Pains ia the Back.
Effectually cures Kidney Complaint.
Is effective In its cure of Female Weaknesses.
Istho preat remeny for General Debility.
ts inr ET
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vt'jt-tine k Sold By all Drujrffists,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THK CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and l P.iii.a Til
Commercial Ave., (111 U JUL
C. O. PATIEU & CO.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HL'liest Ciwh Prk-e Paid for Wheat.
Wholesale nnd Retail
Dry Goods anil Clothing,
0 HOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
CptnmprHal Avenue, I Pnlt-n III
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, July 2,3:00 p.m. Wheat
Steady Winter, 8a 0d9a 5J; Spring,
4J8s 3d; California average, 8s Cd
2,9s 3d; California club, Os 2d0s Cd.
Corn new 3a lid.
NEW YORK ORAIN.
New York, July 2, 12 :01 p.m.- Wheat
nominal No. 2 Cliicago, 1 04l 17; No.
2, Milwaukee, $1 041 17; Red Winter,
1 101 17; No. 3 Red Winter, $1 lCJ
1 17; No. 2 Amber, fl 14Q1 15.
Com quiet Steamer, 43; No. 2, 43.
CniC4GO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, July 2, 10 :00 A. m. Wheat
July, 07 &97; August, 93. Tork
July,?0 82; August, ?9 92. Cora-
July, 36; August, SC4. Oats August,
3S?; September, 27.
'Cutcago, July 2, 11 a. m. Pork -July,
WHO; August, $0 90. Corn-July, 30 '8';
August, SC6. Oats-July, Z2)i August,
2S. Wheat-July, 07g'07&;
Chicago, July 2, 12:00 m. Pork July,
4?9 85Hi August, $9 0009 02f Corn-
July, 8GJf30if; August, 30. Wheat
-July, S7; August, 03if. Oats-July,
IS; August, S3H28?8'.
THE NORMAL'S PRESIDENT.
The Carboudale'a cititizen's committee
that has assumed the work of making pub
lic the mismanagement and shortcomings
af the S. I. Normal, speaks as follows of
We know not why an effort should be
made to bolster up Dr. Allyn, for we
neither directly or indirectly said one word
about him; unless it be that the ring knew
how vulnerable he is, and thus confessed
judgment by defeading in advance what
Lad not been assailed. Wo can assure them
that before discussion is finished, we will
ventilate that matter ' thor
oughly. We will publish tha
facta in regard to the superficial character
of his scholarshin: the whretclmd in.ipcu.
racies of his MS. when carried to printers;
ins utter lailure in Mckendree College;
that he was as unpopular there as he ia in
Carbondale ; that his salary was reduced in
flush times because the school was going
down under him; that he left the school
run down nnd in debt, a debt increased un
der his administration: that hn was liv tlm
ring taken from where he had a salary of
4-i,uu, ana naa run tne scnool down to
such a state that it lias since been adver
tised for sale, and rtlaced at rim Iion.l nf n
grand State Institution, with a salary of
r'ii mui. iiu uujiuj'uiur ill vuruonulllC
and with liis pupils; the statement ofmem
Iwrs of the Faculty that thov ran iln nnfl,.
ing on account of the incompetency of their
head; his lack of exentitivn ami mlmimc.
trative abilitivc as head of tho srhnni. i,ia
lack of government in school; Ins lack of
every qualification as a teacher in the reci
tation room. These and other facts in .
gard to his positive boorishncss in his in
tercourse with others, will be published in
Those who expectorate in nuhl in nlnrra
(don't squirm; it's not the old joke)
uiuy ue sum 10 no worKing out their salva
tion. scicniinc Amencon.
The coachman who marries lna wnnthv
employer's daughter may truthfully assert
that his " 'lines' have fallen in pleasant
piaces. Atlantic aiontmy.
"In the bright complexion of my vouth
I'll have no such word as pale," and she
reached for the rough box with the clutch
of an angel. Woman's Journal,
The sea serpent yawned and stretched
himself the other day, aud then raised his
head to sect if tho season had opened at
Cape May yet. New York World.
A young lady, the other evening, kissed,
in the dark, a young man whom she mis
took for her lover. Discovering the mis
take, ulio said, "It's not he, but it's nice."
The Yellowstone valley is one of the
most fertile tracts on this continent, and
since the extension of the Northern Pacific
road across the Missouri, is rapidly filling
up with settlers.
Mr. IIowclls says he saw an Euiflish fam
ily stop before Titian's "John the Baptist"
and heard the father sum up his impres
sions in ono sentence: "Quito my idea of
the party's character."
A writer on archery says: "A lady walk
ing through the fields or on unfrequented
roads is well protected if she bo an expert
archer, for a thirty-pound bow will put an
arrow through the stoutest tramp."
The fiKl and his money gather no moss.
Buffalo Express. Which suggests that
a rolling stone ia soon parted. Philadel
phia Bulletin. And when you seek truth
you are likely to find a woman nt the bot
ItTli.it la .m f xnll a tin lulled wrmin "
said a lady to her luislmnd, as they wended
their way from . church. "Yes," was tho
rnnlir tvltl, t'nu-n. "Illlt. lilt VOII ktlMV. I
thought it never would be." Oshkosh
A lady in Portland, Me,, called nt a
jewelry nton and after making a purchaw
went homo. Two hours latter a ttwMctigrr
called at her house aud Informed her that
xlin tail elt sontetliiuir at Tw owvior .
Now. let mo hoo,"1io mninsl, "what can it
be? Here U my ivckft Uk
and then1 on the fa Un, and
T Ion,, ihiI mv ixl.l W-Atfh
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nnd my Ivnnet; wv, hm 1 wy tvtwlt
oli, tlu-tv it it tUe AxXAti U (VU ttf th)
NEW SERIES NO. 6.
table and really I can't think what I have , '
inrgouen vv ny, to re sure? How absent
minded I ami I declnro if T hnvnn't rt.
ten my darling, precious littlo babel" Anil
bo sue iiau oniy mat and nothing more.
That was not inapt advico given by a
deacon nt Oil City to a young minister who
asked if he thought one should preach
more than half an hour. "Well, that de
pends on whether after half an hour's bor- '
ing he strikes ilc."
Elevator boy (to a woman who had rid
den threo times from top to bottom of the .
building) "Well, whero do you want to
get out?" Woman "Well,, indade, oi'm
not qouite shttre, but leave me as near the
Ould Colony depot as ye can."
Aunty Well, love, did Mr. M'Siller pro
pose? Edith No Aunty; but he was on
the verge of it when Aunty When
what, darling? Edith When the clock
struck and reminded him that there was
only just time to catch the last cheap train,
nau ne iiau a return itCKei.
When some one who thought himself
very bright and witty told Churchill with a
growl that a friend of his was so dull that
if you said a good thing he couldn't under;
stand it. the noet looked un frnm n lin im
was just finishing and replied; "Jfy dear
sir, I don't believe you ever tried him."
He looked un vorv humhlv. nnrl
was sorrv to bo found in snrh a nl
he could assure tho court that he never was
in a prisoners' box before. "Never?"
asked the court vitb sotto MvirW "TnV
a-here, judge," said tho culprit; "name the
nuc, out tor ncaven s sake don't sprina that
i luuioru gig on a ieuow."
A IfliK Tl'ltll tiiAM mnnnxr 4lmn lAiiimln
called at a jewelry shop recently and asked
to see their solitaire diamond rings. A
tray of single-stone rings was showed to
1...- o. 1 .--1. 1 f , , .
ncr. ouu loosen tnem over careiunv. ana
at last selected oue "That is a very pretty
stone," she said, "and if you will assuro me
that it is a solitaire I will take it."
"NOT THERE. NOT THERE, MY
A lady correspondent of the New Or-,
leans Times, writing from Cincinnati,
gives the city clergy a hard din", and, no
doubt a deserved one.
She says :
The poor must not look for aid from our
ministers, for they arc busy saving souls
that are shrined in silks and French organ
dies, that repent on soft church cushions to
the tune of grand operas solemnly chanted
by paid singers. Who will help
and care for our poor if there aro
no women to do it? Some
times, when I thinld" of the prisoners who
are never visited, the sick who are never
succored, the oppressed who ore never be
friended, I wonder what many of our elo
quent ministers, our rich church members
and Christians will have to say when they
hear the Master accuse.
"I was an hungered and ye gave me no
meat, I was thirty and yo gave me no
drink, I was a stranger and ye took me not
in; naked and ye clothed me not; sick and
in prison and ye visited me not."
When vou see a babv. which vnti know-
to have suffered fnr n lnnir Hmn with Sum.
mer Comnlaint or Dvsnntnrv. RinMenlv m.
prove and grow fat and healthy, you can
rest assured that Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup has
A NEW DEPARTURE INDEED For the
benefit of old policy holders as well as
those contemplating new or additional
life iu9urance, we copy from the New
York Commercial Bulletin, the new regula
tions of the Equitable Lite Assurasce
Society, of New York, represented in Cairo
by E. A. Burnett. Tho Equitable has al
ways .been the pioneer in advances
made in favor of policy holders by insurance
companies. "1. Policies will be made in
contestable after three years from their
date. 2. Each ordinary policy will pro
vide for a definite surrender-value
in paid up assurance, in cacs
the policy is forfeited after three years
from its date. 3. Each Tontino policy
will contain a definitu surrender value in
cash, in case of withdrawal at the end of
the Tontine period. 4. Tho contract will
be concisely and clearly expressed, contain
ing only such provisions as aro necessary
to protect the policy holders. 5. Tho
above concessions wil hereafter encruo to
to the benefit of all policies already issued
and in force, after three years from their
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
"I haven't cot tho Consumption" when
nskod to euro their Cough with Shiloh'g
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs lend to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly aud .surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when nil others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that wo will re
fund tho price paid if you receive no Iven
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Prlco
lOcts. fiOets. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, .use Shiloh'tt
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cts. , For lalo by
Why will you sutler with tho Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
eral debility when you can get nt our stores
Shlloh's Sytein Yitulixcr which wc sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Prlco
10 cts. and ".I cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmatack" n popular and fragrant
perfumo. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Chbw J.tckon"i best Sweet Nary To
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