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7 VOLUME XI.
omaii MMCTOBT. BULLETIN' BINDERY. ' . . . MEDICAL. I
' Mayor-N. B Tliix
Mivivf V II Tliintl
Clerk-Dentil. J, Foley.
. Couuelr Win, B. Gilbert.
Miiralial J. C. Lullue.
Attorney William Henilrlck.
PoUce Uiglatrate J. J. Bird.
7lnt rd-Vin. O'Callahan. M. J. Howlev.
Wucond Ward-David T. Linear, C. 11. Wood
BOARD OF ALOEHXEN.
T)!ril Ward U' P U-.I..1.. ai.i.
, "-irt Ji V. ar'l-t'harle 0. Patli-r, Jame Kyoaaton
r .it Ward-T. W. IlalIIday, Krnet b. Pettlt.
Circuit Judse-O. A. Uark.T.
Circuit Clerk-.!. A. Kewve.
County Jiid 'M-K. i. Vocum.
foontyClorlc-H. J. Humm.
t.'uutity Attoruy-V. C Mulkey.
f'omity Treaiatvr A. J. Aldeo.
iCtfut Commlfiouer-T. W. Ualtlday, M. V
F')wn. Samuel ltrlloy.
GENEIIAL DELIVER! open a. m.i dona
H:)p.tn.! Sunday; 6 to 9 a. ra.
Money Order Department open at 9 a. m. ; e'.ooea
at 5 p. m... w
Through ExyreM Mailt via llllnol Central and
!!'.'.! ppT Cin:ral ltallnnrt clone at 12:) p. m.
Cairo atd Foplar Bluff Through and Way Stall
c!oea li.Wr. m
Way Mall via Illluol Central. Cairo and Via
ctnuei and Mlnaitlppt Central Railroad cloe at
! V p. in.
Way JiaU fc; Narrow Gauge Railroad cloe at 8
Cairo atd Evanvi!le Klver Route clone at 6:30
p. m. caliy (except Friday).
AFRICAN M. K. Focrteentn atreet. l;etween
Walnut and Cedar trm-t; ervta- Sabbatb 11
p.. m. and 'M p. to.; buuday School I:) p. m.
,1 MIMSTIAN-Elgateenth Mreef. meeting gab
MJ bath W W p. m.i ireaclitiiKOcclor.ally.
rpIHT.CH' OF THE REDEEMER (Eplf copal)
J Fourteenth trwt; Morulas jirayer (balibuth)
lu i) a. ni.; evening prayer, :i p.m.; Sabbath
Khool 9 a. m.
THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUllCU
P Preaching at 10::i a. m., :i p. ra., and 7:9) p. n.
hkb'.tath achool at ':M p. ra. Rev. T. J. Suori,
I CTHEHAN' -Thirteenth ftrctt; crvlee SaV
J ha-Ji 11 a. m. atid7:. p. ra ; Su&day retool
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut itrcet;
Preaching Sabbath o:i a. ci. aud T p.m.;
praver ratetla,, Wednesday ":) p. ra.; S;.nday
bitiW.9 a. ta. Rev. Whltrakcr, pastor.
fJfttfSBYTEKlAN-Elfbth tnvt: preaching en
. irubbatU at ll:i.w a. m. aud :.tp. m.; prayer
f.ptilug Wedneadav at 7:'.' p.m.: Sunday School
ut f, p. m. luv. ii. i . iieorgi, pi-tor.
CECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Fittcci.th
trrw'.. between Walnut nndC'edir trel, er
A : S jt)baTh at 1 and 7 S) p. m.
CT. JC'SEPirS-tRoman Catholic) Corner CroM
C; and Walnut ureet; ervlce Sibba'h ij:'W.
tn.; Suuday School at i p. ti.; Yeipcr 1 p. m ; er
v:ce eiry day at p. m.
ST PATIilCK'S-ZRomac Catholic) Comt-rNiath
trtt and Wah;n.rton avtue; krww Si'i
isth tr.d ia. m.; Vper -i p. tu.; Pand'iM.hil
i p. m. ; er.1ci- every day at s p. u. Rev. r. Zaixl,
Thd I. C. 11. 11.
AN! ALL POINT IN
THE NoilTil WET
DENVER iiml nil points West.
MONTREAL and li'OSTON,
Aid all E.il' ta point at very buy raten
f!AIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
11. W. SM1TIIK11S, K.HPlver.
SHORTEST SHOUT JilNE KKTWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIA
4 liiir tirMii't
I Through Exprena leaven Cairo :4!U.m.
I jrougu tpren" arrive m c. ni i.iiuia. n.ivp.m.
Tiiro'.igli Exppjua leave E. St. Louis.... '.:) a.m.
TbivugU Expn' arrive at Ciitm ft:liip.in.
i';rphyiil)oroacc(imiiiodation leave Calrol'J '.'5 p.m.
Mii'pli'yaboro Acc. arrive at Murphytboni p.m.
Murphyaboro Arc. leave Mitrpliyboru... 4 15 a.m.
ilariiliyloro Acc. arrive at li.iro 10 41 a in.
The Cairo St. Loul Hall Road I the only nil
RallRuiilo between Cairo and St. Loul under cue
management, therefore there are no delay at
: 'iv nation awaiting connection from other line.
I,"."... Ut Intll. ,flt. l.lll.il.
,',111. lor rsortu, tni ana vn
J. A N-AL'ULE.
L. M. JOHNSON.
CAIRO it VINCENNES R.R.
cniILESTIIE "SSMF T0
47 MILES mAlt
1 TIMOUE AND WASHINGTON.
0t IfTT.rC THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN-
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tralni ofnU other route making the lama
ty Padiuncera by other routt'i to WBko connec
tlana mut rlilu nil night, waiting fromouetoalt
hour at ainall country itatloai for tralu ot con
UPM F.Af RER1118 FAC"T nd lake our 4:45
Ule, Indlanapolld, Cincinnati and LoulavlUo atu
iv. Train leave and arrive at Cairo a follow:
latllrave 4:41) a.m.
Wall arrive. , lmot) p.m.
Through ticket and check to all Important
Jf. AVKILtKH R08WKLL MILLER.
I Gon'l I''. Agont. General uD't,
1 L.B.CUUicU.PMnscr Agent. .
B I N DEBT
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Pp.ohuetok.
Of all Ie.(iiiptious fit Lowest I'lii cs.
To Order on p?hort Notice.
Letter Ht'inls, 10 and 12 round
Nutf H will i iiml ( l'tunul.
I'.ill JIwiJs, 1 4 ami 1 ft Pound.
Stiiti iuouts, 5 iiiul 0 I'oiuhI,
Bills Liuliii!?, 10 I'ounil.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAFER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
"Vhito and Colored
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 10r
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOV
of the nineteenth century, and one that tuket
enua rank with the Invention of the telephone,
heelectrlc lyht and other ncleutlBc marvle o
the age, I that of .
Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE.
Thl Compound poMen the moat remarkable
Healing Properties of any known ajent employ
ed for the purpose of curing
SORES, WOUNDS, CITS, BRUISES.
Inflamed and abradul surfaces, and for
ALL SKIN DISASES.
It cleun!ng properties remove all impurillea
that hinder the formation of a healthy lleali, aud
the work of cure goo on to completion with
moot WONDERFUL RAPIDITY. Let no family
bewitiiout a box of it in the houe. Fbj !clan
extol it virtue; and the the thousand who
ha'eUed it. unite In r.'rnmmi.tirliTto If llpunn.
of Counterfeit .
Ask for Henry's Carbolic Salve, and take
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
(3) .Sole Proprietor,
BARCLAY BROS.. wholeale Agent.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY. "
SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Orcanifd July lith, 1877, I'ntler tueLawgot
the Suite of llllnoU. Cojiyrlsbted July
it, 1877. nnder Actot'Coasress.
WILLIAM ST1UTTON, Pbei-ujent.
M.. P. A. TAYLOR,
J. A. GijLDSTINE.
Db. J.J. GORDON,
liOARD OF M.VNAGEP.3:
J. J GORDON. Phvlcian Cairo, 111.
Jlr. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
Schools Ab jander C'ouutv "
Mr. . C. FORI). Varletv Bracket Store, ' "
J. A. GOLDSTINE. of Goldhtlne 4 Ro-
e!i m liter. Wkule.ale and Retail Deuler
lu Stat'le at.d Funcv Dry Good " "
N. B. TilisTLEWOoD. of Ilinkk- &
Tl.itleood, Conimlpi'loa MerchaLt,
Cotton n;.m Tolmrco Factor " "
S. D. AYEhf- of Ayers 4 Co., Coiamis-
iou Merchant " "
THOMAS LEWIS, Iu.urance Munager
BT.d A'tr::!-v at Law
WM. STHaTToN, of Strattoa & Bird,
Vho!i'a!e tirocer " "
GEO. M. ALDEN, t'ommiion Mer
chant. ?S Ohio Levee
JAS S. REAKDEN. Agent Mlieippl
VaVii-v Tranportatlon Company " "
HARRISON UOL'PT, Watchmaker and y
Jeweler " "
CILAS. R. STUART. Whole-ale and Re
tui! Drv Good aud Notion
EDWARi) A. BUDER. Manufacturing
Jeweler and Wholeale Dealer lu
Wri'chmaker' Too! and Material.... " "
EDWIN R. EG NEW, Proprietor St.
Char!.- H!tvl .:
HAZEN LElGHTON.Coramik)U Mcr-
ehatit . . "
Dr. EDWARD R. ROE. U. S. Marshal
Southeni D:trfct Iiliuoi SoriiiL-tlcld.
Mr. S. A. AYEKS ....Villa Ridae,
Dr. H. S. BRDtllAM. Phy.ciau..Ir.dianai)o!if. Ind
JAS M. t.ELATT, Real E't:itu
Al'::t Kiiok-nk. Iciun
Rev DAVID C. WELLS. Methodic
M'n!ti r (irr.l.d Jnnrtinti. T..nn.
J. K. GULLEY. Merchant Meridan.MiM.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Speeialtv.
o F FICEi
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
AND - .
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
EIGHT . STREET,
Between Wa.hlneton and Com
merolai Ar, adjoining Hanny.
K""to; "''! " Bof, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
C O Q
S DC H
'i . J"" "". "do no equal a a blood
Pur it 'nrluf.,or.,u ny wouderful cure af
:eTl0MH,.,Baird,''!h,d fttllt'rt' 1 vlited tho lab
tfuT,?.,.?, ,5s'0l'1e my'f of It genuine merit.
"Ji'L u'hT, ,l.fro2l''w. root and herb.,eachof
which la hlsthly eaectlve, and they are compounded
in ch a manner a to produce antonlshlng re ult.
I the (rrtat blood purifier.
Will cure the worm cao of Scrofula.
U recommended by phyalclam and apothccarle.
lla cffi-cU-d lotae
marvcion cure In cao of
VEGETINE ' :
Core the wc-Mt case of Canker.
; ' VEGETINE
Meet with ivonderful aucces in Me burial disease
Will eradicate Salt Rucuia from the system.
Remove Pimple aud Humor from the face.
Cure Constipation and regulate the bowels.
la a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Restores the entire system to a healthy condition.
Removes the cause of Dizzine.
Relieve Faiiitnesg at the stomach
Cures Pains la the Back
Effectually cure Kidaey Complaint.
Is effective in It cure of Female Weaknesses.
Isthe wat remeny for General Debility.
H. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vejretiue is Sold By all Prujffists,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I p,,:.,,. Til
Commercial Ave., t VttH 0. Ill,
C. O. PATIEK cSc CO.
FLOUR, GKAIN' AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Wholetalcoud Retail '
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS 'AND OIL CLOTHS,
ui&9; Cairo, UL
3IARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
LIVERPOOL GRAIN, "
Liverpool, July 0,2:00 p. u. Wlieat
unchanged Winter, 8s 10d9s Cd; Spring,
7s 4d88 3d: California avcracro. Oa Id
9s 6d; Californiii club, Oa 3d93 9d.
Corn 434s 2d.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
Chicago, July 9, 10:00 a. m. Wheat-
July,! 03J bid; August, $101 bid.
Pork August, $9 87 bid; September,
$9 07 bid. Corn-July, 37 if asked;
August, 37 33; September, 3S838J.
Chicago, July 9,11 a. t. Pork -August,
9 009 92 Hi September, $10 00
10 02i Corn-July, 37 asked; Au
gust, 877a bid; September, 39?38.
Tieat-July, $1 03 bid; August, $1 01;
September, fl 00'. Lard August,
$8 17; September, $0 25.
CniCAGo, July 9, 12:00 r. Pork Au
gust, $9 879 90; September, $10 00.
Cora July, 873; August, 33; September,
38ft. Wheat-July, $1 .03 if; August,
$i September, $1 00. Lard-
August, $0 17 September, $0 23. .
DIVORCED IN THE DESERT
Andrew Jackson Hathaway, in 1849, was
a well to do farmer in Iowa, with a wife
precisely such as a thriving young farmer
should possess ; a bright boy of twelve and
a sweet-tempered daughter of between ten
and eleven years of age, constituted the
two domestic idols of the Hathawav alter.
Their names were .respectively William
Henry Harrison Hathaway and Janet Dal
rvtnple Hathaway. The- father of the elder
Hathaway had served as a lieutenant under
Jackson at New Orleans, and belonged to
a prime family of Davidson county, Ten
nessee, which had formerly lived in Vir
ginia, and had good revolutionary blood
m his veins. Andrew Jackson Hathaway's
latiier s bclp-mcct came from a represent
ee Kliode Island lamily-, and, according
to the archives of Providence Plantations,
a family renouned for its deeds of valor
during the '-times that tried men's souls."
This littla bit of pedigree has nothing much
to do with the sketch that follows, although
pedigree sometimes helps a man as it al
most always docs a horse. And, ajain, it
is wcil to show that our Hathaway family
had a podiirree that any American raiffht
be proud of, for Mrs. Hathawav. too. came
from good revolutionary stock, with an
even divide of Massachusetts and South
uaronna m me mane-up. uer name was
ashti, she having been christened after an
old maiden aunt of Fall ttivcr, Massachu
setts. Andrew and Vashti grew up on
neighboring farms in Ohio, where both
William and Henry and Janet Dalrymole
were bom. It may not be uninteresting
rk'ht here to atato that the vouncr love that
existed between Andrew and Vashti was
not entirely uninterrupted on account of
the youth of the parties, however; nothin
else and, whether theycased or not wheth
er the "Juan in the moon was looking," they
each kept an eye upon the nocturnal move
ments ot "the old stonnef (a3 Andrew fe
licitously nicknamed his sweetheart's sus
pecting sire), as night after night they ex
changed sentiment, and somctluns else.
over xne iront yam gate.
It was upon one ot these relmhtful oeca
sions that Andrew and Vashti had rtliclited
tneir trotn, as Had Lucy and Lord Ruther
ford almost two centuries before, by break
ing a silver coin between them, and had
mutually invoked malediction on which
ever of the two should be false to the com
The reader will perceive, now, why the
Hathaway's named their daughter Janet
Dalrymple. And it may not be out ot
place indeed, it isn't to state that, of all
scott s Heroines, the "Undo of Lamnicr-
moor is perhaps the most widely known.
Her sad story, you know, is, in the main.
true. The maiden's name was not Lucy, ns
Sir Walter has it, but Janet Janet Dalrym-
pie wno was a oaugiiter ot Lord Stair.
bhe and Lord Rutherford had plighted
their troth, aud had invoked malediction
on whichever of the two should be false to
the compact. The parents of Lady Janet
venementiy msistcn ou her marry m? Dun
bar of Baldoou. The mother acted iu tho
most cruel manner in forcing her daugh
ter to this match. Janet, brokenhearted
and helpless, manag-ed to perfect an inter
view with her lover, and sobbed out a text
from Numbers, xxx, 2-5, as an excuse for
her obedience to her imperious and tiure
Icuting1 parents' commands. Tho lovers
parted in sorrow - Rutherford In groat an
ger, and Jauet overwhelmed with grief.
The former had not the spirit of Young
Lochinvar, nor the hitter the wit to run
away with him. Tho poor tiling was, in
fact, badly frightened. She was carried to
church to be wed in a semi-crazed and
more than half dead state. At night
a hurricane of shrieks came from
her bridal chamber, where the bride
groom was found on tho Moor, pro
fusely bleeding from a stab; and tho bride
sat near, iu her night clothes, bidding those
who had rmlied to tho seeue, "Take up
your bonny bridegroom!" Janet died in
three weeks, insane. Dunbar of Oaldoog
rocoverod, but never opened his lips on the
cause wnicli led to tho tragedy. Lord
Rutherford, the lover, died childless In
lOSS. It was a queer fancy of tho Hatha-
ways: this naming ot Janet, lulling tho
hoy after Harrison was entirely proper, and
extremely American. It is as well to stato
to keen up tho connection, that Andrew
and Vashti were married at the homo of tho
latter in Ohio, in 1833; Andrew's father
and mother both died in 1840, and Andrew
Inherited tho Hathaway farm. In 1840 he
and his family movod to Iowa, and
hero Hathaway farmed it until the winter
It was a bitter cold day la December.
1849. The snow was piled six feet deep.
on a level, and the mercury marked 24 do
greet bolo'w zero. That day Deacon IItth
NEW SERIES-NO. 12.
away for Andrew had joined the villago
church and had been made a pillar thereof
had two logging chains snapped into
pieces by the iutense cold, and the realiza
tion of some other, mishaps made him red
hot, although the atmosphere ,was unmis
takably Siberian. Deacon as he waa,
Hathaway expectorated a multiplicity of
Flanders oaths that day and his arrival
home was marked by no distinguishing
exhibition of serenity. Indeed, so exer
cised was Hathaway that, while in the act
of pulling off his boots, he got enraged and
kicked one of them clean through the win
dow. This Little rpisode elicited a broad
grin from William Henry, and the remark
that he thought that Jackson a white mule,
not the head of tho family had kicked over
tho corn crib: Janet danced svmnathetic-
ally at her mother who had burst into
tears simultaneously with the flight of tho
boot aforesaid and then joined that good
woman in her demonstration of grief. An
drew took in tho domestic tableau at once;
and, dispatching William Henry for the
boot, patted Vashti upon the forehead, and
"I'm not mad at you, my dear, so don't
"I know you're not mad at me, Andrew,"
responded JIrs. Mrs. Hathaway; "but you
lose control of yourself so much, lately,
that you mako things very unoleasaut at
times. You otiffht to bo ashamed of your
self I say this very feelingly, Andrew, for
I love you, oh, so very, very much but
here are Billy and Jannv prowin nn an
fast; and, my dear, you ouirht to at least
set them no bad examples." Only a week
ago you came Homo m just another such a
in, uuu nppeu on ootu your back suspen
der buttons in your anger."
"Oh, you always have some excuse. I
know things don't go always as you would
like to have them; but there's no use in
your getting mad -and especially before
the children. It nearly breaks Janny's
heart to see you in a passion, and Billy, as
you must have noticed, has already com
menced to make fun of you. Another
thing, now that we arc on the subject, let
mo tell you, Andrew, that you arc not only
violent, and very violent, too, in your tem
per, at times, but you are very obstinately
set in your ways, lou never consult me,
cither, in any of your movements, and when
you make up your mind to do a . thing,
nothing but disappointment or disaster can
change you. Don't you think
it would be better, first to
make me acquainted with your
projects, or some of them, and let me put
my little stock of wisdom and womanly
plans together with your hopes and uuder
takings? Two heads you know, Andrew,
are said to be better than one, and it strikes
me that husband and wife should be full
partners; and it would be so pleasant, too.
I want to share with you, as you ought to
know, in all your pleasures and griefs, in
all your prosperities and adversities. I
want to be a part of you ia all things, and
at all times and places. I know you love
me, and I know we cet 'along pretty well
generally. And, were it not for your quick
temper and obstinacy, we would be the
happiest couple in the world. Now, I say
this from the most loving standpoint, An
drew, and I fay it for your own good, and
for tho happiness and future prosperity of
you, my dear husband, mvself. and nnr
dear, loving children."
continued in kmdat'h daily.
If you want to prevent Tvnhoid Fcvnr.
or it you feel as if you were going to have
the chills and fever, tako Dr. Bull's Balti
more Pills. Price 25 cents.
A Caud. To all who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, uer
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure
you, fkee op cn.vnoE. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in South
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D. New
In hot weatiiek an Immense number of
persons suffer from disordered Kidneys or
deranged Liver. Kidney -Wort is the great
hot weather medicine. It is prepared
without the use of liquors, and therefore it
does not heat the system, but aids each or
gan to keep up a healthy and vi-jorous
Yorj Mcst Cit.r that Cough. With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can euro
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can be cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma, and
all diseases of Throat and Lungs, it is ahso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lievo your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and, no mother can effbrd to bo with
out it. You can use two thirds of a lott!o
and if what we say is not true we will ro
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 50 ctt.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs tiro
srtrc or chest or back lame use Shiloh's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Have you Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe-,
tito, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi-
oh's System Vitalizer. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to suffer
when you can be cured ou such terms as
these. Trice 10 cents, and 73 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Pcrtume "Hackmatack"
Is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Coi'oitr.vo in Chubch No place in tho
world equals Loudon for the constant bark
ing kept up tn tho churches. It is like
perpetual tusilado of small arms. Why
don't they tako Hall's Balsam and get rid
of their coughs? It is tho most wonderful
remedy, and tho proprietors warrant it in
every lustance. Let all coughers giro it
Cniw Jackson' best 8wect Navy To
bacco. 1 . -.