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Of Hie leading Imslnuis bouto whose Rdvrrtlx
menu ma j be fuuud la Tin Bulletin.
C. O. Ptttler k Co., CuinmcrcUl avenue and Nine
O. 1). Williamson 4 Co.
Yocum Ac Brud.Tluk, Wash. Ave., cor. Elgbtb.
X, J, O'Lounniln, i'oplir, cor. Tweutii-lu.
Dr. J. 11. Marc an; office, llOComtocrclnl avenue.
Ur. W. C. JncMlyii, Eltflith nnur Commercial.
Dr. E. W. Wbltloik, l;w Commercial nveuuo.
liulil. Smyth, No.OOOblo kveo.
H. II. L'andve, No. To Ohio luvecfup stalrc).
E'julutile Llfo, of New York, corner TwelftU and
Widow buiI Orphans Mutual Aid Society, Beveuth
and Commercial avenue.
DKVU'ilSTd-WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Geo. E. O'hara, Eighteenth and Conimerclul.
Ali'iamUr County Bauk. htti and Commerelal.
ity Nittioii&l, OUlo levee.
John Sprout, corner Twelfth and Lvree.
K. ('. Kuril, Corner Ninth and Commercial.
GENERAL DELIVERY open ,:) a. m.; closes
ttiWp.m.; Sunday: 8 tot a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; clone
'Vbroun Express Mailt via Illinois Central 3:V)
WisaWslppI Central Ruilrowls close at n. m.
Cairo Mid Poplar Bluff Throng and Way Mall
elit at 1 p. in.
T.'ay Mull rla Illinoi Central. Cairo and V In
cennen and Mli-.tsippl Central Kullrouls close at
) II p. m.
W ay .VaU fjr Narrow U,ug Rillrovl closes at
h'c'ilro,fci.d Evannville River Route closes at 8:30
p. m. ds'.iy (except Friday!.
Mayor-N B ThistWood.
Treasurer Edward Deionla. '
Clerk-Deuni. J, Koli-v.
Counselor--Win. B. l uert.
. Attorney William Hendricks.
BOIKII or ALDEKMe.
KirnjWard-M. J. Rowley ,,,,..,
Second Ward-Da!d T. Linear, C. K. Wood-
""bird Ward-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith. .
Kourti Wnrd-Cbarlea U. Patler, Jamei KyuaHOD
Firth Ward-T. W. Halllday. Erneit B. Pettlt.
Circutt Judo D. J. Baker,
Circuit CIcrfe-J. A. llenvi c
Countv Jucl.-e R. t. Yocum.
County Clerk-S. J Humm.
Countv Attorny-W. C. Mulkey.
I'ounfvTntainiivr M.Ira W. Parker.
. Coroner-R. Fitzj: ra.c.
County Cni:itl:otieri' T. Vt . iiahlday, J A.
M. (tililx. Samuel Brlley.
; LLUl RCHFJs
KKICAN M. E. -Fourteenth street, between
Walnut and Cedar streets: services bahltatn 11
a. in. and :) p. n.; Sunday School 1:30 p. in.
ClIRISTIAN-EUhtecnth street; meeting Sab
bath 10;.1u p. m.; prcacbluu occasionally.
CHCW'U OF THE REDEEMER (Eplscops.1)
Fourteenth street; Sunday Morning prayer
U:H1 a. m.; evening prayers. 7:t p. ni.; Sunday
school b: J) a. tn. Friday eveuiuu prayer 7 :9 p. m.
THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIlfRCU.
JC I'Mchlne t W::'' a. m., S p. m.. and 7:30 p. m.
Sabbath school at M p. la. Rev. T. J. Shore,
JVTHEKAN-Tblrteecth afreet: nrvli.es Sab
j baih !: a. m ; Sunday school 2 p. m. Rev.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets;
I'reacblujt Sabbatii M:t a. m. aud 7 p.m.;
rayer mecllDif, wemenaay : p. ra.; ouuu
chool, a. m. Rev, Whittaker, paitor.
IRESBYTERIAN-Eli;hth treet; preachlntf on
Saubath at 11 :n a. m. aud 7:p. m.; (irayer
mectluK Wednesday at 7:) p.m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. bi. Rev. B. Y. Oeorje, iator.
SECOND FREEWILL BAPTIST Flfteetth
atrevt, betwvvu Walnut and Cedar utretta; er
vice Sabbath at S and 7: p. ui.
ST. JOSEPirs-fltoman Catholic) Corner CroM
and Walnut atreet; service S')bath 10:) a.
ni. ; Suuduy School at t p. m.; Yefper J p. m.; aer.
vice every 'day at 6 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S-dinm in Catholic) Corner Nlmh
street and. Wanblncton avenue; aerviM Sab
bath and 10 a.m.; Venpem 3 p. m. ; Snnday Srhoid
8 p. m. ; fervicea every day at t p. m. Rev. r. Zabel,
II. MAREAK, M. D.,
Honiooiiatliic Physioiau and Surgeon.
Otlcs 140 lo amerclnl avnue. Recldenc.' corner
Fourteenth St. and Wanhlnj:ton avenue, Cairo.
U. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ori"ic No. IV. Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
U. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE KlKhtU Street, near Commercial Avenue
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD Oil TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Line Runuiiiir Two Daily
Trains From Cairo, Making DI
RECT CONNECTION with
Tkaim Leave C'a:ho:
f M:UOam. Mail.
Arriving In St. Lonla 9:45 a.m.: Chicago. 8 :V) ti.m.s
toiitiectlriii at Odin and Efflnitham for Cincin
nati, Louisville. Iudiunapol: and point Emt.
J 1 :lf5 a.m. fcjt. I.ouIh tmd Western
Comicctlnx at st, i.otii for all point Wet.
a-.ao p.m. Knt Kxpreaa.
For tit Loui and Chicago, arrivln? at St. Loul
lo:ll p.m.. and C hkauo 7:Ui a m.
a 'lO p.m. Cinfinnnti Kxpregg,
Arrlvluz at Cincinnati 7:15 a m.;. LouimIIIo 7:1
a m.; Indiaaanoli 4:oo a.m. ' Pai-ceniter by
thiM train reach the a!oe pilnt l'J to Mt3
JlUl'ltS In advatice of any other route.
Fast Timo East.
I'flSSPtlfflil'C "uc Kn through to Kaet.
u,WHiin rrn point without any dlay
caui"id liv Sunday (iiterveniinj. The tsaturdav afler
noon train from Cairo urrlu-n In new York Monjav
tiiornltiu at M:Sj. 'Thirty -six hour in advance of
any other route.
ll'iirthrnneh ticket and further information,
apply at lllinui Central Railroad Depot. Cairo.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT CAIRO.
Bipre : p m.
Acroiiimouatioa p ru.
Mall 4:!0 a.m.
JAs. JtJlINSON. J. II. .rONES.
lieu. Smithem Aetit. Ticket Aijent.
W. I'. JOUXs'.i.N.iien. Paswnser Aect.
CAIRO t ST. LOUIS It. R.
It. W. SMITIIKIiS. Kec-Pivpr.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 hroush Kxprrt leave Cairn
Throui;n Expre arrive at E. St Loul.. 5:4.r'p.m.
Thruuirh Kjpre- leave. E. St. Louis.... fiia.m.
Throut'h Expre arrive at Cairo 5:1!! p.m.
Murrhyi-horuacciitiinKHlatliinleaveiiCairo 1 :3i p.m.
Mu'phj.lioro Acc.arrivecat Murpbytboro 7:' p.m.
Murptiyioro Acc. leave Murphyhoro. .. 5:i a m.
Murphvihoro Acc. arrive at Cairo U:'a .m.
The Cairo & St Loul Hal) Road ! the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Loul under one
nianacercent. therefore there are no delay at
ay cation awattins connection from other'line.
C!u4 and ure connection a' St. Lota with other
line for North, Eat aud Wet
J. A. XAt'liLE.
L. M. JOHNOX.
OHIO MISSISSIPPI R'v.
TIME TARLE OP PASSENGER TRAIN FROM
vincexses (No?. ;J0, 1S70.)
No. '.' Day Kxpn- i Except ut) lay) ...l: iOp. m
' H Eiiren ( Except Suudail. I 15 p. ui
" 4 Xiht Exprc (Daily; li:1.i. :::.
Xo. !i Exprec i Except Sunday) fi:0."i a. in
" 1 Day Extitv Except buudav).... p. iu
" :i Xljiht Expre Dally) .'. I :i" a. ni
J. R. Ci.aiik. C.S.Conh.Jh ,
Auent Vincenno. lien. Ticket Aj't Cincinnati
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieved
And da Prove What w Claim.
"Theri! ar- no failure ntnl no dliippolnt
meiit. If ymi arn troubled with SICK 1IK D'
A I'll hi you cau be vanlly and quiekly enrol, a
hundrudi. liaelie-u alrea'y. We ahull be pleued
to mall a liii"t of te'tliiiiiul.il to auv iiit"reii'i,
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Alo cure all form of Blllott'tie. prevent Conll
J union and Dypopla, promote Dlirettlou. relieve
liire from too hearty eattuir, correct DUorder
of the Stomach. Stlmulnto the Liver, and Reitulalo
tho Rowel. They d all thl by tnklu Jut one
little pill at a doe. They are purely vegotablu, do
not nrlpe or puriro. aud are a nearly perfect a
It I pilhlu for a pill to be. I'rice 25 celt, 5 for
tl. Sold by driiiti;!! everywhere or ent by mall,
CARTER ilKDIClNK CO.. KUIK, I'A.
TIT A T"iO JIM to f 1)0 (with stool, cover
1 I A iMJft tua hook). All trtctly art-clii
VKf andold ut v.'holalo fuctorv
price. Theo piano made one of the tiuet die
jilay at the centennial exhibition, and worn mum
ImouKly rccom mended or thn hlfheiit honor, Tho
ovcrNirunn calo, tho create! Improvement in tint
square urana couiaiu .viatuuniieK new duplex
niatory ni piano ainx.ui
of piano uiakluir. The Uirlht are I lie
flnel In Amerlia
v atiuo(!im or 4 pie mailed
JCDILSB O KHANS, tho l.ct In tho world. An
top or?an only iS: 1:1 top, p" with all the
latent and bet improvement, pooluK power
depth, brilliancy and vuivitthetlu iuality or tono,
HcAiitlfu! olo otl'ect aud iierfect to action,
Solid wtilnut rnu ol heautirul dcalKU and eleuunt
flniah, Circular fruo. All PIhuo and Orirau etit
on 13 uuy' teat trial rreiiilitlru if uuatlfactory,
uon I mil to wniu ne
ford uuv uir. I'o tlvo
olTer thn bet hariraln.
torr and wareroom. 5Tth Si met and Tenth avonii.
VSHWWT TVflNiP' "no third prlc.
OJirjl1il lUUOlt' Cataloauo of 3,0U0
ebole plecei cnt for 3c l amp. Addrc,
McuJolssolm Fluno Co,, Box 2033, N. Y.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY
did ne, not a drink,)
HOPS, BUCIIU. MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Puret and Dent Medical QualltlCi of
all other Blttor.
Alldi"ae of the Stomach, Unwell, Rlood,
Liver, Kidney, and I'ulnary Orun, Norvou
net, SleepleiHUo and uauoclally I'Vrrali) Com
plaint. flOOO IX GOLD
Will be paid for a caiethey will not cure or help
or for auytoinx impure or injurioua found in
Ask your OttifsM tor Hop Bitter and try
them before you leep. Take no other.
IloPt'ofUU Ct'RB is tha weetet, afet and
Leit. Auk Children.
The Hop Pad lor Stomach, Liver and Kidneys
i lupcrior to all other. Ask Drugglati.
D. I. C. i an absolute and irreaistable Cure for
dmnkenne. u of opium, tobacco anil nar
cotic. Send for circular.
A'l above aold by druzglat.
Hop Bitter Manufacturing Co., Rocheter, X. Y.
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THREE q. STATES.
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to tho exaiiuite liarmony of it lnzredlnl, akiu
to pure Wood Itdulf. Its tat pluasaut, and IU ef
. St. John, N. B.
Mr Jatiien I. rcllowi. ChcaiUt. St. John, N. B
Dear Sir : Having usud your Compound Syrup
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It these wanilnss are nnli(eiled. serious diseases
wm iun ue ilevelupeil.
Tl'TT'S PILL'are eap..'cla'ly alapted to ench
caw, tm d.e eflww audi c:iauz of feelinu as
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ui iu luvir m u i u i iu 1)1(1,
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Chicago, 111., June 6. A week Las
elapsed a week of incessant excitement,
and yet on thia second Sunday there is no
very decided change in the scenes here.
The six days of fatigue, intrigue and tierce
conflict have, however, reduced somewhat
the political tumult in the city. The
crowds did not gather quite so early at the
hotels, but about noon the cauldron began
steaming and bubbling again. Every tew
minutes a burst of cheers from the halls be
low is Hung abroad on the windy air and is
heard on the streets and in the farthest re
cesses of this vast Luilding. The remains
of the St. Louis storm are flying to the
freedom of the great lakes. Fierce squalls
and showers have beeu frequent hero all
d'ty. Consultation aud caucusses have been
going ou in the Palmar house, Grand Pa
cific and elsewhere all the afternoon. The
pivotal faint lias at length been readied.
The ballot is pending and everybody seems
to understand that the issues are made up.
Thus there remains little to be done but to
awuit the vote ot to-iuorrow morning. We
were adrift on an ocean of talk yesterday,
aud as the papers here give all the speeches
in full, the conversation to-day has been
large devoted to criticisms on the perform
ances of the different orators. In the opin
ion of most of the people the only speech
that was interesting, that was away beyond
the dull level of the other speakers, was
that delivored by Coukliug. There was
too much Damascus-blade satire in it, too
much painful lancing of antagonists for
the purpose for which it was intended, viz.,
to get votes; but, oratorically, dramatically,
it was a most.
It excited admiration for the speaker, but
whether it gathered in any delegates is
very doubtful. As au illustration I may
mention that at its close I joined in the
crowd seeking lemonade in the side rooms,
and hearJ criticisms from friends and foes
on the great Ne Yorker and hi3 candi
date. "Coukling,,' said a delegate from
New York, "is the first man in America, in
point ot ability, but he never conciliates
lie lias not now on this supreme occasion
sought to win over an enemy; he has at
tempted to hew thcui down by his tongue."
Ou tho other hand tho Coukliugites were in
ecstacios at their leader's glory, and many
people thought that should a dead
lock occur iu the balloting, Conkling
himself might be rushed in successfully. It
is seldom that a satirical man has many
friends, although he may have nn abund
ance of ndmirers. This is not quite true of
the New York leader, tor since he has been
n ere no ims been suave and gracious
enough, but he lacks in magnetic power.
All through his magnificent address lie did
not exhibit a trace ot emotion, except of
scorn and angi-r. There was a lack of that
geuerous and impasioiiud thought which
weeps tho heart-strings like a wind. So
far as earnestness ami actions are concerned
there was enough of both, but the earnest
ness was that of attack; it was against ene
mies; and the action was tSiat of a haughty
denunciation. His bittug allusion to the
tactics of Sherman during he campaign
was singularly imprudent, and his savage
ridicuc of tho anti-third terms left that pa-'
triotic brigade in a state bordering on in
sanity. . It is thought here that the Blaine faction
made a mistake in having Joy of Michigan
1 - - . I ! T T , ) rt
mane me nomination, uu is one or jay
Gould's right bowers, and
ALL SORTS OP STORIES
Are afloat a the measures taken by the
chief and his henchman to help the boom
of tho son of Maine. Sevoral gentlemen
this evening came to mo with rather queor
and Btartling stories about Joy's railroad
operations and bond transaction, but as
there was a lack of deflnitencss in tho state
ments I withhold tho particulars. So
far as Blaine is concerned, I think tho De
mocracy should certainly desire his con
fusion and defeat, for ho Is a bitter aud ua-
NEW SERIES NO. 298.
reasoning partisan, and not over clear in
his record. I think Grant himself .woold
bemorejusttothe south if in cfflcthaa '
Blaino. One at least has the firmness and
self-reliance of a soldier and has shown
himself on a few great occasions, as Le
surrender, capable of magnanimity, Blaine
is a demagogue, whoso ability and audacity ' ;
made him all the more mischievous. How
ever, so far as tho welfare ot tho country i
concerned, let us hope nolther of tnem will ,
be crownei to-morrow. Frye's outburst '
for Blaine, after he had been already nom-,
Inated and seconded, was sophouiorical and :
asinine, Storms, ships and distress billows,
pilots and steering apparatus danced '
through his brain in all the mazes of meta
phorical confusion; in the words of Junius,
it may bo added, "These, sir, are the , -gloomy
companions of a .disturbed imagi
nation, the madness of poetry without ita
inspiration." The Blaine men to-day are
quite confident their man will- poll more
votes ou the first ballot than the silent sol-'
dierof Galena. It is quite likely he will;, ,
and any way, lie will come so near it as to '
show to what miserable proportions the
great Grant boom has been reduced. As 1
run over my estimates of the approaching
ballot I am reminded of the tabular state- .
meat made up in be. Louis of the Grant
vote before tho convention. It cave hinr. .
I think, 425 votes or more, und is out of
the way by
There have been no combinations to-dajr .
so far as can be learned, upon any candv
date. The strength of the different names .
will probably not be affected in acy appre
ciable degree by the day's intermission. ,
Both of tho principal candidates however,
claim to have made small gains. The con
vention meets at 10 o'clock, and it is ex- .'
pected balloting for president will begin im- . '
mediately, the nomination, speeches having :
all been made.
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Co., West Broaday, corner of Rcade street.
New York. In our stable Giles's Liniment
Iodide Ammonia gives the best results.
Until we used it, we were annoyed and
troubled. Wo pronouce it the most valua
ble remedy that owners ot horses can use.
II. K. & F. B. Thurber & Co., grocers.
Gile's Pills cures chills and fever. Sold by
all druggists. Send for pamphlet. Dr '
Giles, 120 West Broadway, N. Y, Trial
sire S3 cents.
iTcniNo Piles Symptoms axd Curb.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspira
tion, intense itching, increased by scratch
ing, very distressing particularly at night.
as if pin worms were crawling in and about
the rectum ; the private parts aro some
times affected; it allowed to continue very
serious results may follow. Dr. Swayne's
All-Healing Ointment is a pleasant, sura
cure. Also for Tetter, Itch. Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Eryesipelus, Barber's Itch,
Islotches, all Scaly, Crusty, Cutaneous
Eruptions. Prico 50 cents, 3 boxes 1 35.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price In currency or three cent postage
stumps. Prepared only by Ur. Swayne &
Sen, 3110 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by nil prominent druggists.
Game Played For. The 'Republican."
Omaha, Nebraska, says: "In tho game of
lito the 'stake' plaved for is health, wealth
and happiness. Each of these can lie ob
tained by the use of Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Cure, Warner's Safe Diabetes
Cure, Warner's Safe Pills, Bitters, Nervine
BROWS' IlovsEiioLD Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer iu the world.
Will moat surely quicken tho blood wheth
er taken iuterunlly or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve na'un
whether chronic or acute, than any other
paiu Alleviator, and it is warranted double
the strength of any similar preparation.
It cures pain in the side, back or bowels.
sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all
aches, and is the great reliever of pain,
"Brown's Household Panacea' should be
in every family. A teospoonful of the Pan- ,
acca in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 23 cts, a bottle.
Mccu Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermlfugo Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicato child. Tills vat
uablo combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and, found tc .be abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
I hare derived much benefit from using"
Fellow's llyDODhosnhrtea in chronic con
stipation.' John B. Moore, Forest CkiyW