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E, DAILY CAIRO BUIjLETC
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, I BULLETIN BINDERY. .
Mayor-N. B. Tbiitlewood.
Cleric Dennis, J, Foley.
Counelor Wm. B. OlfbOrt. . '
Police Maglitrate-J. J. Bird.
BOABfl lm limmH
KtrrtWard-Woi.OX'allahan. M. J. Howler,
ward WwdDvl1 T- Llnogar, C. K. Wood
Third Ward-W. P. WrlKbt. Egbert Smith.
JftnWard-Charlei 0. Patter. Jams, Kynaiton
i i.iu n.iu 4, w. uauiaay, grueit a. rufftl.
i Circuit Jud(?o-0. A. Harker.
Circuit Clerk-J. A. Rwive.
youniy Juuee-K. 8. Yocam.
lounty Clerk . J. IJumm.
Cojinty Attornty-W. C. Mulkey.
County Treasurer A. J. Alden.
Bnenn Wobu Uodgci.
i coroner h. nt.u...irf
County CommiMloneri-T. W. Halllday, M. V
fiuTu oamum onicy.
AKHICAN II. K.-rourtwtUi itrert, between
Walnut and Cedar street; aerrlce Sabbath 11
t. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 1;30 p. m.
CHRISTIAN-Klchtotnth itreet; meeting Sab
bath lu. sop. m.; preachlnic occasionally.
pHURCU OF TUB REDEEMER (B
J Fourteenth trwt ; Morning prayera Babbatb)
10: a. m.; evening prayera,:) p.m.! Sabbath
cbool V a. m.
1MR8T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
PrcachtnK at 10: a. m., 3 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
abbalh icuool at 7:30 p. m. Rev. T. J. Shore,
IUTUERAN-Thlrtcentb it net: lervlcei Sab
J bath 1:30 a. in.; Sunday school 2 p.m. Rev.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut trect;
Preachlnn hahbntb 10:30 a. m. and "p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. m.i Sunday
School. a. ra. Her. Wbtltaker, putor.
1)RE3BYTERIAN Eighth itrert; preaching on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
leouesnay at jswp. m.; Bunaay rxuool
at 9 p. ai.
nuv. a. i. ueorire, pasior.
SECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Plftectta,
treet, between Walnut and Cedar streets; er
vtw, Sabbatii at t aud 7 :3o p. m.
ST. JOSEPHB- Roman Catholic) Conicr Crooi
and Walnut streets; service babbath 10:30 a.
m.; Sunday hi hool at n p. m.; Vesper 3 p. m.; scr
Ttce, ererjr day at 8 p. ra.
CT. PATRICK'S Rnman Catholic) Comer Ninth
O atreet aud Wavhington avenue: eorrtc hab
bath Sand lo a.m.; Vetera 3 p. m.; Saudav School
O m . ..,.(... A. - - .. 1
fc ST. LOUIS R. R.
If. W. SMITIIKRS, lieceiver.
rinOKTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Ejjire leavcii Cairo 8:45 a.m.
Tbrongb Kxprt arrlveii at E.St. Loul,.. 5:0)p.ni.
Through Exprv.a leaven E. St. Louin.... t:iia.m.
ThrouKb Expre' arrive at Cairo !i:inp.m.
Murplijiboroarcommodatlon leave CalrnlS 25 p.m.
Mu'phyaboro Arc. arrive at Murpbyboro 8:4. p.m.
Wurpbyiiboro Arc. leave, Munihyboro... 4:15a.m.
Murphyburu Act. arrive at Cairo W "-
The Cairo St I.onl Rail Road 1 the only all
Rail Route hetweeu Cairo and St. Loul under cue
managomeut. therefore there are no delay at
way tat:on awaiting connctlnn from otber line,.
M Clone and uru connec tlon at St. Loul, with other
line, for North, Eat and We,t.
J. A NAUGLE. L.M.JOHNSON.
Agent. Cieneral Manager.
CAIRO A VINCENNES R.R.
P1 ITT TCTIIB BUORTEST ROITE TO
M rTT TO Tl,B SHORTEST TO LOtTIS
ll i)l ILtiO VII.LK. CINCINNATI. BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
U t IfTI TTQ THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN
6k JllLliO APOLIS.PUILADELPU1A.NEW
VORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over tralui of I'.l other route, making the fame
l3f"PaMen;ir by other route to make conncc
tiai mut ride all night, w aiting from one to nix
hour at mall country rtation, tor train oi con
b V1 rMUPRTHE FACT and take onr4:4S
" lVftiU.u.LUtt.E'lV ft nl, trHn rcarhltie Evnn,
' Vlllo, Indianapoll. Cincinnati and LouIkvIIIc ,ame
uy. Trnlu leave aud arrlv nt Cairo a follow:
Wall leave 4:45 a.m.
Hail arrive ...IO:Wp.n.
Through ticket, and check to all important
F.'a' MILLER ROSWELL MILLER.
Oen'l Pac. Agent. Ueneml Snp't.
L. B. CHURCH. Tamenger Agent.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE fcd. STATES
On and after Monday, Juno lu, the boat will make
Foot Fourth it
7 a. in,
V a. m.
II a. ni.
4 3.) p.m.
I) a. m.
8 p. m.
7::10 a. m,
b:3D a. m.
11:30 a. m.
' ::w a.m.
8 a. m.
10 & m.
4 p, nt.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
COOKING fc HEATING
'Ilii ware ami Hollow ware of every
Boorwarfi old itand.on Eighth itrert.
Kooflrg ind Ottttertng a apeclalt. Alt klndi
of work aitillfully md promptly porforned and
price! inadi iMlifiewry.
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Proprietor.
Of all Descriptions at Lowest Prices.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Note Heads, 5 and 6 Pound.
Bill Heads, Hand 16 Pound.
Statements, 5 and 6 Pound,
Bills Lad in?, 10 Pound.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
"VVMto and Colored
CAIRO, ILLIN0I8. FRIDAY
I 1 1 MM-I
18 YOUB BLOOD PURS? .
Kowthli ! an Important aueiiinn riii,nnt
Iparo and wholeom blood (here can ba no Do.
Net health, and without
Ife fi A mitrt httrAnn nnA want A Pa rmnnm
blood the bust medicine known U
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
It ii the great fionthern time tried and trie rem-
I. l4 .. m r A 1. 1 M-l.l 1 1 . i
ui .ra iudj u uuyiiGiuy rvuvu on,
WHEN EVERYTOINO EL8E FAILS.
Tlr It In th Snrltii. Ilm. AartAt a. 1 ) iVva Im.
bure aecretion of the blood incident to that
eaaooof the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complaint, IWeak
nei, Boll, Tumor, Swelling, and the 'thou-
iimju iu iuai wuiv irum impure utooa
JonN r. nENRY, curran & co.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORE.
i) BARCLAY BBOS.. Wholeale Amm.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartered March 31, 1889.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid on depolt March 1st md Sep
tember lt. Interest not withdrawn I added Im
mediately t the DliDClDal of tha dennaita. !).
giving them compouud Interest.
ty Children tod married women may depoiit
money and noone elie ran draw It.
WALTER nVSLOP, Treascber.
rjHE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W.P. H A LLID AT, President.
H. L. IlALLIDAV. Vlce-Preident.
WALTER UVSLOP, Caahier.
I. TAATATIR, W. P. BALI.rDAT,
B8NBT L HAI.UOAT, R. H. CUJCMNUHAM,
D. mtAOK, TErilIN BIKD,
H. II. CANDII.
ExcLansre, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a eeceral banking bnstneei
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth ,treet and I Paii.A Til
Commercial Ave., i van u, Jja.
C. O. PATIER & CO.
WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. CO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTH 4 CO. have constantly a large
stock of the best goods In the market and give
especiaL attention to the wholesale branch of the
Cornet Washington Avenue and Eight Stroet.
CAIRO, : : ILLINOIS
A rail and complete supply of tho best of all
kind meat always on haua.
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
; EIGHT STREET, .
Between "Washington ftnd Com
tnerclalAvn adjoining Hannys.
PEEPS for sale the best Bec.p0rk. Mutton. Veal
7. .r.4m? oausagti, c, and is prepared toierte
aiaiues m m acceptable manner.
HORNING. JULY 25, 1879.
5S7 n!nJh5r,1tJ,?,,'h"nn,M blood
Pl-ii ?ithi. arln of'" mny wonderful cnreiaf
Zl0lht.remS'llt'LhA " 1 vi-ltedthe lab
Sn..f?vlnc,1 ?tKlt ot lu Renuine merit.
rVi,-KupMMMft,?blrk' rooM nd horb,,eachof
which le highly effective, and they aw compounded
in men a manner u to produce astonishing resulti.
Ii the great blood purifier.
Will cure the wont case of Scrofula.
' recommended by phylcian and apot hecartei.
IIj effected some marVelou cure la cases of
VEGETINE -t tl
Corel the wont case of Canker. reb
Meets with wonderful tuccess In Mercurial tliseasoi
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the yttm.
Hemovce rimplee and Humors from the face.
Cures Constipation and regulates the b hwel.
I a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyipcpeia.
Kcitorei tbe entire syatcm to a heaU!iV condition.
Removes the cause of Dizziness.
Relieve Falutnesi at the stomach.
Cure Pain, in the Back.
Effectually euros Kidney Complaint.
Ineffective In Hi cure of Female Wer
lathe great retneny for General Deb II
IS THE BEST.
SI'K ! V tw
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTO.11,
Veffetlne is Soli By all D
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON. WEM
PACKED FOR SHIPpING
Car Loads a Sppcialtv,
Cor. Twelfth Street find Leree,
$0. 13. '
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS,
SStet ' Cairo; III
3IARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Liverpool, July 24,, 8:30 p. M.-Wlieat
unchanged Winter, Os 3d9 Od; Spring,
9s 2d ; California average, 8a 8d9a
8d; Californial club, Da 7d10s. Cora
NEW V0RK GRAIN.
New York, July 24, 12:00 p.m.-Wheat
quiet No. 2 Chicago, ft 08; No. 2,
Milwaukee, $t 08; Red Winter, l 05
1 13; No. 2 Red Winter, ft 14l 14;
No. 2 Amber, tt 13. nornnnift
Steamer 4444; No. 2, 4545H.
cmcaoo orauc and produce.
CntCAOO, July 24, 10:00 a. m. Wlicat
August, 00; September, 04J943$. Pork
August, 3 23; September, S 32.
Corn-August, 30; September, 37. Oats
August, 25 ; September, 25. A
CmcAoo, July 24, II a. u. Pork -Au
gust, 8 25; September, 3 828 35.
Corn-August, 30'; September, 30.
Wlieat-August, 0COC ; September, 04.
Oats-August, 25; September, 25.
Chicago, July 24, 12:00 m. Pork Au
gust, 9 23; September, 9 33 Corn-
August, 80tf; September, 80. Oats
AugU9t, 23; September, 25. Wlieat
August, 95; September, 03?.
From our regular correspondent.
Washington, July 21th, 1879.
It is to be regretted that Senator Thur-
man's health will not allow him to take
part in tho very important campaign in
Mamo this summer. The Senator has a
vast number of friends in that State, and
would have much influence there. I trust
he will be able to make himself here at the
two or three places where Secretary Sher
man speaks. He is now on the coast of the
State for the benefit of his health.
The government of this district is a
wondenul thing to contemplate in a repa
blican country. It is made up of three
men, called commissioners, all of whom are
by law appointed by the president. There
is no legislature", and even the slightest
semblance of representative government Is
wanting. Tha this should be t!io caso at
the capital of the priucipal republic of tho
orW '".-'ureot other affairs may have. pre
vented the presentation and support by
leading Democrats in Houso and Senate of
a bill giving us representation, but that ex
cuse will not answer hereafter. Tho evil
was created by a Republican congress. It
should be removed by a Democratic con
gress. It has been well said that tho Dcm
ocratic party is a party of the people, while
tho opposition is the party of classes.
Much of tho history of the last few years
goes' to prove this. Tho Democrats in con
gress have made a gallant right for free
elections. Let them remember that the
people of this district have no elections
No matter of what financial belief a man
is posessed, he cannot bo harmed by at
tending the meeting early next month, at
Saratoga, N. Y., of tho American bankers
association. Tho commerce and industry
of tho country, the state and savings banks,
as well as tho national banks will bo rep
resented. There will also bo in attendance
people from abroad who aro distinguished
The legislature of New Hampshire has
during its present session, taken the neces
sary steps providing for marblo statutes of
General John Stark and Daniel Webster to
be placed in Memorial hall in tho national
capitol. Tho legislature has done wisely
in designating Stark and Webster as two of
its most eminent and distintfiiighcd son's
the tormcr representing the revolution
ary period and tlio later the period when
constitutional government was undergoing
its severest trial. Each state is invited to
contribute statutes of two of Its most emi
nent citizens, and the following are tho
names of thoso that have been placed in
the hall by tho states named, as fol
lows: Maine, William King, Sam'l Adams;
Massachusctt, John Winthrop, Roger Sher
man; Connecticut, Jonathan Trumbull,
Ethan Allen; Rhodo Island, Nathaniel
Grcene.Roger Williams; New York, George
Clinton, Robert It. Liviugstou.
Statues of tho following persons purchas
ed by congress lmvo also been placed in
Memorial Hall, making tho ontiro collec
tion at this time an exceedingly rare and
valuable one and tho pride of all American
citizcus, as follows; George Washington,
Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton,
Abraham Lincoln, Edward D. Baker,
Thomas Crawford, and T. Eovciuszko.
It ii hoped that these States that hare
not jret or?i:33, with the Invition ot con-
NEW SERIES NO. 25.
gress will lose no time In doing so, and thus '
make the old Ilall of the House of Repre- .
suntativca oncof the most interesting and at
tractive places of historical interest in the
FACTS AND FANCIES.
Don't chide your bov ior his loud touch
ing, too-strict mother, for he loves you, ms.
"A charge to keen I have." as the iron
said wtien it was loaded and put away for
iuture use. uome ocntinoi. ;
Won't some of those people who "just
drop into poetry" oblige us by dropping
clear through ? Quincy Modern- Argo.
An old adage says "love levels all." So
does tanglefoot whisky, if taken tn sufficient ,
quantity. Rome Sentinel. ,
It will be well for Wisconsin formers to
plant at least ono bull dog with
each watermelon seed. f Fond da Mac Ro
portet. Be it ever so humble, there's no place
like your best girl's house when the old
folks are away.
"What," asks an exchange, "is prottier
than a pretty old woman?" A pretty
young one. Ask us another. Salem Sun
beam. To some men u dime that buys a bunch
of hair pins looks fifty times as large as
inai wmcn purcnases two glasses ot beer.
We suggest the combination of a base
ball club and a brass band. Something
must be done to thin out our
thickly populated sections. New naven
An exchange gives directions "How to
seo the wind." But it doesn't . interest this
people What they want to know Is uHow
to raise tho wind,." Rockland Courier.
Weather prophecy when you see fvo
cats on the wood shed looking each other &
the eye and waving their tails, it is a signoi
a squall. lioston Commercial Bulletin-
"Time makes all things even," exccp'ng
only a subborn moustache we kn(
which is bushy at one point and bald
headed at another, and grows evcy ay
more and moro like a worn ou' tooth
In the early morning of love J takes a
couple about four hours every night to
count the stars. In tho cvenvff tide of
married life all their time is deted to shy-
ing saucepans across tho kichen at each
other. N.Y. Express.
Young men who make regular visits Sun
day nights, with several said wiched in i dur
ing the week, may proierly bo said to
belong to the "press association." (Uni
When you enter a book store and en
Quire for Holmes' works, and a copy ot one
jfflnv, r JtoJmrjj'. Msejjuj jwnacajmi,
I New Orleans Picayune.
Faith, hone and charity it reouires all
three to enable a man to keep his grip on
religion when the flies grow familiar and
a woman who "don't know what to do
with herself" is around. Des Moines Reg
ister. One little persistent fly, ono that evades
every attempt to bo knocked off your face
nun aiiuuw, wm suck cioser ano learn a
Btuttcrlng man to talk plain quicker than
anything yet invented. New York Ex
press. A poet in the Whitehall Times exclaims:
"I a haunted, weirdly haunted, by the drip
ping of the rain." Tho Uoston Post ad
vises new shingles as a remedy.
A rich New Yorxer is so fearful that hU
daughter may marry a coachman that ho
has taken her and startod for China. But
ho must remember thero is a Coch-ln-ChiDA
A Veteran whisky-crook, now at Spring
field, whoso name unfortunately is not
given, but who is said to be fully posted as
to the operation of tho ring in politics and
business, says that during the next six
months there will bo moro crooked-whisky
mado and sold than any equal period, even
when tho old ring was in full operation.
This will bo permitted by tho authorities
because tho use of a corrpution-fuud has
become a necessity in American politics, and
experience. 1ms shown that thero is no
source of supply so certain and unfail
ing as tho whisky-ring. Ho did not admit
that the veto by tho president of the bill to
appropriate money for tho payment of the
marshals and their deputies was intended '
to give tho crooks an opportunity to re
sume, but he said the effect of the veto in
that direction was well understood and
carefully considered by tho managing poli
ticians nt WAsiiinsTOn. mis an appears
very plausible, and with such corruptiou-
ists ns old Znch Chandler
directing affairs in Washington and
advising, if not controlling, tho president,
the revival of tho whiskey-ring, or the in
vention of other equally damnable agencies
to assist in the success ot tnc Republican,
party next year, need not surprise any ono.
The recent nardon bv the president of a '
batch of convicted kwhisky-thlcves in Chi
cago, may bo taken as an indication that
Hayes is not avcrso to seeing the treasury
robbed for tho benefit of his party.
The truly loyal keep up a groat howl
about tho "confederate brigadiers," but His
Fiaudulcncy, Rutherford IJurchard, whose
surname is Hayes keeps on appointing them
to office. Ho began on old Brigadier Keys,
and has run down tho list until he has
reached Jo. Johnston's Inspector General,
Harvey, whom ho has appointed to a fat
place, as custodian of the rebel archives.
There is a law on tho statute books of tho
United States to tho effect thatin all appoint
ments to office ex-Union soldicrsshall be pre
ferred, other qualifications being equal. We .
ircthontoprcsumo that these ei-confedor-ates
are better qualified than their Northern
competitor in tho recent skirmish. Let
these loyal acreocher carefully examine the r
material composing tholr own sir
befor throwing stonei tt our Cr' . ; :
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