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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 25, 1880.
NEW SERIES NO. 313.
Of tUo lcsdiiiR buunuM boue wh( nrtVfrtUe
menu may be round In Tui Bru.rnn .
C. 0. Ptler & Co., Cominurcl.il avenue aud Nlo
(i. D. Wllllami'on & Co. ,,.,.
Yocmo A Brod.iricW, Wain. Ave. cor. EIUth.
1, J. O'Lounniln. Poplar, cor. 1 wcotkiu.
Dr. J. 11. Manan; ottlco, 140 Commercial avenue.
Dr W.C. Joenlyn. Klhlh near Commercial.
Dr. E. W. Wultluck, 1 W Couimurclal avenue.
Kobt. Smytb, No. IW Oblo levee.
' Equitable Life, of New York, coruer TwelflU and
Dlil-UtilSTS-WHOLESALE AND KETAIL.
Oui K. O'llara, EiKhteeutb and Commercial.
Alexander County Bank, Mb and Commercial.
City National, Oblo levee.
Cbamplou. Tbree hiate.
Jehu SSiroat. corner TwoIftU and Levee.
K C. Ford, Coruer N'intU and Commercial.
ri ENEKAL DELIVER! open a.m.; cloaca
J :3U p.m. ; Sunday : 9 to SI a. m.
Money Order Department opeu at 8 a. m.; clotei
lThwn"'h Expre. Hall, via Illinois Centralis
"'mW.diiI Central tUllnfcl cloe at ! p. m.
CMro ani Poplar Bluff Throng and ay Mall
'' wiyVi'" IlllauU Central. Cairo and Vln
"ud MiM.ippi Central l'-tllroad. dote at
":w.Py'MiU fur Narrow Gauge Railroad cloae. at
cLVod Evan.vllle Hirer RooW clof t
p. in. da'iy (except Ffidar.
Clerk leunl. J. Fol7-Couiutelor--Win.
8'uai f tin-
Firth Ward-T. W. UaUlday, bruet U. I ettlt.
Circuit JnJee-D- J- Baker.
Circuit Clejk J. A. Ki'e.
Coanty AHonwy- -- lJ.
Cooutr Tn-aauMr-Milee V . Parker.
Coroner-h. Kiu?vra.C. lUllidnv. J A.
foiintv CoiumiMWUere-l. - Umay,
M. OiWb. Samuel Bniey.
a PRICAN M. K.-roorteentb atreet. bten
A Walked Cedar .treeu: -rrlce.bb.tn U
a.m. and 7 :3u p. m. ; Sunday Scbool 1 ) p. m.
CURISTIAN'-Elghteeutb trwt; Slb
J bath lY p. m. ; preaching occasionally.
IHL'HCD OF THE REDE KM E R BplKopal)
C ffinS: .Ut: bandav Morning Pjrs
lY-U a m ; evening prayer, .:V P- m.; Huuday
School :5 tn Krl.I.y Wuln prayer 7: p. m.
I H.ST MISSIONARY BAITIST fUrKCH.-
Preacblntr at :. a m.. 1 p. m . and 7 p. m.
Sabbath achool at 7:J P- m. Uev. T. J. Shore.
I CTHERAN-Thlrleentb atreet; wrvkei Sab
L bath I:) a.m.; Sunday hool3p w. lletr.
MKTIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut treet;
Preacblnc Sabbath lO:! m. and , p. m..
prayer meelluu. Wednesday 7 : p. m.; Sunday
School. 9 a. m. Re?. Whlttaker, pastor.
1)RESBYTERIAN--El?bth treet; preachlne on
1 Sabbath at lM a. m. and 7 P- m 'J'r?)f
meetinn Wednewiay at 7:3-) p.m.; Sunday School
at i P- m. Kev. B. Y. Georze, pastor.
OECOND FKEEAHLL BAWIST - FiReetth
O street, between Walnut and Cedar (treets, er
ice Sabbath at S and 7 :i p. m.
CT. JOSEPH'S-mtoinan Catholic) ;0r""c.'
k5 and Walnut atr.et; aervloe sabbath W.
m. ; Sunday School at 1 p. m.; wper i p. m. , er
ice every day at i p. m.
ST PATRICK'S-H Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
dtreet and WanhitiLton avenue; anrylce sab
bath i and W a.m.; Veper ') p. m. ; SnmUy srho. I
S p. m. : eervlee every day at S p. m. Kev. 1 . Zabel,
U3.G. II. LEACH & E. D. WHEELER
Horaa'pathic Physii-iaus ami Surgeons,
Will pen'orm ill operation and Treat dUeae of
any nature in aurgery. Odlce: No. W, Eighth
etreet, Cairo, 111.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
HomeoDathic Physician and Sur?eon.
Ofllce 1) Oc amercial avenue. Reeldence corner
Fourteenth St. and Vahinaton avenue. V alro.
R. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Orno No. 13B Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Strceu
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commerriat Avcnne.
yOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
OAIHO - - ILLS.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Lewis and Chicago.
The Only Line Runnin? Two Daily
Trains From Cairo. Slaking DI
RECT CONNECTION with
Thai si Liavk Cairo:
UiUUn m. Mtvil.
Arriving In St. LnuU 9:S a.m.; Chicago. 11:30 p.m.;
ConnectluK at Odin and Kfllngham for Cincin
nati, Louie ville, I r.J Inuupohe and point Eait.
11:10 a.m. St. I .on in and Wi'rtern
Connecting at St. Loul for all polnta Wet.
p.m. Fast Kxpreawi.
For St. Loulx and t'blcairo, arrlvini; at St. Louie
10:13 p.m., and Chicago 7:M a m.
4:120 p in, Cirioiniiiitl Kxprean.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:15 a.m.; Lou;e-llle 7:20
a oi.; In(tiamuoli 4:un a.m. Psi"eciCHr by
tht train reach the above point VJ to 30
llOl'KS '.n advance of any other route.
Fat Time East.
I ilsMIll;tln rn point without ny delay
caused by Suudnv tutervi-uins. The Saturday after
noon traiu from Cairo arrive in new York Monday
mornlus; at lo::i5. Thtr'jr-lx hour lu advance of
any other routf.
tWFor through ticket anil further Information,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Urpot, Cairo.
TRAIN'S ARRIVE AT CAIRO.
Ctpn-M m- 1- ' I' ni.
Acconi mcKlatloii 4 : p.m.
Mail 4:10 a m.
JAs. Johnson. . J. II jones.
(..n. outl:' rn A.'ett. Ticket Aitsnt.
W P. JOHNsUN.tielj. Pu-ieng-r Atfetit
CAIRO it ST. LOUIS It. R.
II. W. SMITHKHS, Iitwivor.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
1 hrough Expreia leave Cairo
Through Exprc arrive at E. St Lou;.
Through Eiprf leave E. St. Loais...
Tlirouh Eiure arrive at Cairo
-MurphyiooroacconiuiiMiaiioriieave. cairo i : v y ui.
M i'phyiboro Acc.arrive at Murphyboro :Mp m.
Mur;jh)'.')oro Acc. leave Murphy.boro. .. 5:k:a.m.
lurphviboro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 :25 a.m.
The Cairo St, Lotil Rail Road 1 the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Loul under one
managi-ment. thirvfore there an no delays at
wjr nation awaltins coun-ctlnn frnm other line.
CIoe and ure ronnection at M . Loui with other
line for North, u: and Wet
J. A. NAffiLE.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'r.
TIME TABLE OK PAEMiF.li Tl'.AIN FROM
VINCENSES (No. oO, l5iTl.)
No. 2 Dny Expn i Except mui lay).... lr'Vi p. m.
' fi Epre i Except Suuiluy) I ;. p.m.
" 4 Nlht ExpreUailyi m.
No. 5 Exprea (Except Sunday). 6v5. n.
" 1 l)av Expre (Excei)t Sunday).... 2: p. m.
" S Niiht Expref tUally). . 1 :2s a. m.
J. K. Clark. C S. Cons. Jk..
Ageut Vinceune. lcn. Ticket Aj't Cincinnati
Q D. WILLIAMSON cfc COj
7G Ohio Levee.
Boat Stores and Uroceries.
Of a'.l kind.
OI'F.N NIG It T AXU DAY,
Freh Dsirv and C.lit E Ue Bifer, Oyternd all
ind -jf fruit w hen in eion, on haivd and deliv
promptly at reidence free. Oyt- ffdtil.lverod
4H Ice '
CAIRO CIT FERUY CO.
THREE -V3 STATES.
On and after Monduv, JuneTth. and until luniier
notice the ferryboatrlU make trip a tMfjf,
LIAVt LIAVia LIATIt
Foot Fourth at. M!ourl Luad'g. Kentucky Ld'g-
7:00 a.m. "::)a. m. H a. m.
fl:ia. m, U::)a. m. 10 a. tn.
ll:00&,m. ll::)a. m. 12: Aim.
!!:) p. m. 2:'f p. m. 4 n m.
4:Wp.tn. 5.110 p.m. H:Wp.tn.
J p.m. 2:S0p.m 1 p. ra
. , 'i
Wf are th lararot exporter 4 n tlte I'ltltcJ
Htatc. aud we will pay the hlglu-Jt market prtcv
lu emit for any quautlty.
"'""It. A. HoMen & Co.
or Vine Streol CINCINNATI.
QICK HEADACHE !
We Meati Cured, Not Merely Believed
And Can Prove What we Claim.
tyi'here are no failure and no 'disappoint
mimw. If you are troubled with bICK HEAD
ACHE you cuu be canity aud quickly cured, a
hundred have been already. We ehall be pleaaed
to mail a theet of toetlmouial to any Inn-rented.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Alao cure all form of Blllotinne. prevent Consti
pation ahd Dytpepiia, promote Diueatinn, relieve
ditre from Loobeartv eat Int. correct Dlacrdere
of the Htomacb. Stimulate the Liver, and Keeulate
the Bowel. They do all thin by takinB jutoue
little pill at a dote. They are purely vegetable, do
not gripe or pure. aud are a nearly perfect a
It I pible for a pill to be. Price 25 cet ta, & for
$l. Sold by dniLVl't everywhere or ont by mall.
CAKTEK MEDICINE CO . EKIE. PA.
THE DAILY ElIXETIS.
The Daily Bulletin.
Bv Cjirrier, 2 5 c m Week
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
BIO Per Year, S10
If paiJ Yearly or Semi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 4S Column S Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
OO HO Year OO HO
CT7 ,KJJ In Aihance ZP
To CLl'IJS of FIVE or MORE,
f 1.50 per Year.
The P ulletix B ixdery
BLANK BOOK WORK
Of all Kinds.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
All Kinds of Job Work
Estimates furnished and orders from
at abroad promptly attended to.
Two-Sheet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Posters and
Programmes, In Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Lading, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding Invitations, Book Work,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND TADUCAII.
The E'lPcantSldowheel PaMenser Steamer
A.J. BIRIi. Clerk.
Lavea Cairo every Monday and Thuraday for
Cuue (HrariKan. St. Lou!, ana way landing. Kor
freight or paaoui apply to SO.',. A. SILVKH,
Compound Svrup ot
HYPOPHOSPHITES ! !
IS A CERTAIN REMEDY FOK
CONGESTION QW THE LUNGS, Etc.
COMPOUND SYRUP OP
SPEEDILY AND PERMANENTLY CURES
ConKestlon of the Lungi, BrouchltU. Connunip-
tlon, ervou Protttrtttlon. hliortnesi of Breath,
PalplUtlon ef the Heart, Trembling of tlie
Huuds and Llrulis, Physical anil Mental Depres
sion, Low of Appetite. Loss of Energy, loss of
Memory. It will rapidlv improve the weakness
funrUoiis tttidorKansol'theboily, which depend
for.lwilth npon Toluntory leint-voluutary anil
luvolttntarT ner j)w acUou.
It acta with rigor, gentlent's aud aubtlety, owing
to the oxqulalto harmony of its Ingrodluutu, tln
to pure hlood ftat-lf. lie taste plcataut, and Ita ef
St. Johx.N. B.
Mr. Jamci I. Followa, ChemlKt, St. John, N. B
Dear Sir: Having used yoir Compound Syrup
of Jlypophoxphites foraome tima In my practice, I
have no neoltallon In recommeudlng It to my pa
tient who are Mifforiug from general debility, or
any diieaae of the lungn, knowing that, even In
cae utterly hopcleaa, ItHffords relief.
I am. sir, yours truly. II. G. ADDV, M. D.
SOLD BV ALL DRUGGISTS.
SYMPTOMS OF A
i;i;i,.. irrilauiiity n U-hiiit. Kiw Hinnl, l.)-it nl
If these warnings are nnlieeileil. serious diseases
will uou be developed. ,
TL'TTS PILL'S are especially aiapted to snch
cae, one diwe effects such a change of feeling as
toastoniuh the sufferer.
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr.Tutt : Dear Sir; For ten years I have been a
martyr to dysoepxia, comtiuutiou and plies.
Lat spring your pills were recommended; I uted
them. 1 am now a well man. have a good appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular stools, pile gone,
and have gained forty pounds of flesh. They are
worth their weU'lit lu sold.
KEV. K. L SIMPSON. Louisville, Ky.
They increase the appetite, and cause the body
totakaon tteu.tbis thHsvxteui N nourished, and
by their tnuic action oa the digestive organs, regu
lar stool are produced. Price e.-nts. 33 Mur
ray Street. N. V.
TUTT-S HAIR DYE
Grav hair or whlkers changed tn a slossy black
bv a Minnie application of this dve. It imparts a
natural color, act instaiitanuou!ly. Sold by drug
gists, or seni uy express ou receipt oi fi.
Office, :5 Murray Street, "ew York.
If you are a man of business, weakened by the
strain of your duties, avoid stimulants and take
If you are a man of letters, tolling over your aid
night work, to restore brain and nerve waste, take
are young, and suffering from any lm
tlon or dissipation, tako
If you are married or slnirle, old or younff, suffer
ing frm poor health or langulnhiug on
a lied of Mckness, take.
er you are, wherever you are, w heuevi
.hat your system ueeds cleansing, tot
stimulating, without Intoxicating, ta:
Have you dyspepsia, kidney or urinary complaint,
fllsease of the stow ach, bowels, blood, liver, or
nerves? You will be cured Ifyou take
If you are simply ailing, are 'veak and low spirited,
try III Buy It keep It. lusitt upon It.
Your druggist keep It.
Itinav siive your lite. It lias saved Hundreds.
PROPRIETOH OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TONYELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leveo,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
NEW YORK OKAIX.
New York, Juno 24, 12:01 r. m.
Wheatirrcgular No. 2 Chicago, $ 1 09
1 09; No. 2 Milwaukee, ft 10t 11;
Rod Winter, 1 131 23; No. 2 Red
Winter, $1 214'1 21. Corn - quiet
Liverpool, June 24, 2:00 p. m.
Wheat unchanged Winter, 9s 8difJ9s
lid; tyring, 8a 6d9s 5J; California
average, Si 0d!) Od; California Club,
Os 8diai0s Id. Corn-5i 2d.
CniCAOo, June 24, 10:00 t.
Wheat July, 00?4; August, 83?g;
Pork-Jjly, 111 O.j; August, $13 01.
Corn July, C3; August, SSj",
Oats-July, 23?i93;i; August, 22.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
GK.N. HATCH HIS CAMPAIOS AND PUKSVIT
OF INDIANS TO THE MEXICAN 110KDEH.
Santa Fe, N. M., June 23. -Qua. Ed
ward Natch, commanding the military
frce in New Mexico, arrived here from
the Indian country laat night to meet and
consult with Maj.-Gen. Pope as to the dis
tribution of trocps to perfect plans for a
campaign against the hostile Apaches. Fcr
the last four months Oen. Hatch lias oeen
with his troops in the field; during the
campaign has engaged and routed
his bloody foes on several occa
sions, and has killed in all
over 100 Indians and taken COO prisoners.
The prisoners captured are Mescalero
Apaches, and are now under guard at the
Mescalero Indian agency. Water is very
scarce in the southern portion of the terri
tory and especially oil the Mexico border,
and troops are being so disposed as to
guard the few watering places and inter
cept the entrance of hostile Apaches and
other Indians from Mexico, which Gen.
Hatch thinks will soon occur. Fifty or sixty
Comanches from the Fort Sill reservation
were counted with Yictorio's band wheu
last seen. The Fort Sill Comanche police
about twelve in number, were sent
out to to bring in the fifty renegade Coman-
chcs,but instead of doing so they joined Vie
torio's band, and five of them have been
recognized amongst the killed. The
troops captured nearly all the stock belong
ing to the Indians who escaped into Mex
ico and were pushing the band hard when
they reached the border of the state of Chi
huahua, where the troops were stopped by
imperative orders from Washington.
The above in brief is Gen. Hatch's ac
count of the work done by the limited
force under his command. It is to be
hoped that Gen. Pape will be made to un
derstand she situation, and that the result
of the meeting here .will be to send out a
force sufficient to capture Yictorio and
bring the war to an end. Gen. Pope ar
rived here to-night ami was met at the
depot by a mititary escort from Fort
Marcy. He is accompanied by Col. Dunn,
his aide-de-camp; Maj. Coppinger, acting
inspector-general department Missouri and
ARUKSTED KOIt COUNTERFEITING.
El Dorado, Ka3., June 23. Our city
was thrown into an intense state of excite
ment last cveniug upon the arresting of
Wm. Ralston und three others by United
States Deputy Marshal Walter Douglass,
for counterfeiting. Ralston had shoved a
large number of bogus half dollars, aud
was finally caught in the act. A search
of the house where he lived produced a
chest full of tools, iucluding dies, furnace,
acids, block tin and other apparatus for this
kind of work. They will be tried before
United States Commissioner Kttowles to
day. R.tlston had eight bogus halves in
his pocket when arrested. The building
where they operated is near the depot, just
inside the citv limits.
TIIK CENSUS IN INDIANAPOLIS.
Indianapolis, June 22. The enumera
tors are making up their lists of population
ready for tiling with the auditor next week,
and until they are completed it will be im
possible to more than approximate' the
population of the city. The total of the
population estimated in the tweuty-flve
wards of the city at the time the districts
were made was seventy-eight thousand.
Scattering reports show that in a majority
of tho districts the enumeration gives an
increase over the estimate. The opinion of
those ia a position to obtain the best in
formation is that the census will givo Indi
anapolis a population of from 80,000 to
LI DEL Bl'tT INSTITUTED
Fort Wayne, Ind., June 23. O.Taylor
and Wm. D. Page, publishers of the Daily
New9, were arrested at the suit of Dr. J.
R. Beck and J. M. Rosenthal for criminal
libel. A The arrested parties gave .ba.il and
were released. The ground for the tllencA
libel consists in recent publication in the
News of a report of the proceedings of tb
American Medical college association at
New York, last May, reflecting upon the
professional standing of Deck and Rosen
The Egyptian obelisk for New York has
arrived at Oibraltar.
The ex-Empress Eugenie arrived at Dur
ban, South Africa, from Zululand oa her
way to Europe.
The assistant United States treasurer at
York York was instructed to purchase to
day $3,000,000 United States bonds for the
New York, June 23. Steamer City of
New York of Alexandre's Havana line
caught fire this evening white lying at
Brooklyn dock and was towed into the
stream where she burned to the water's
Ige. . Tho most valuable portion of her
cargo had beeu unloaded. The loss is esti
mated at $330,000.
BRIGHT CROP PROSPECTS.
Clinton, III., June 23. The prospects
for fine crops have never been better in the
county. Fall wheat will yield twenty-five
bushels per acre, while the corn is far be
yond the expectations of everyone. Fruit
will yield heavy. The farming class are
elated over the prospects.
Chicao, June 23. Complete census re
turns from this city show the population to
Brown's Household Panacea is the
most effective pain destroyer in the world.
Will most surely quicken the blood wheth
er taken internally or applied externally,
and thereby more certainly relieve pain,
whether chronic or acute, than any other
pain 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 1
in every family. A teaspoonful of the Pan
acea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened
if preferred), taken at bed time, will break
up a cold. 23 cts. a bottle.
Much Sickness, undoubtedly with chil
dren, attributed to other causes, is occasion
ed by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits,
or Worm Lozenges, although effectual in
destroying worms, can do no possible in
jury to the most delicate child. This val
uable combination has been successfully
used by physicians, and found to le abso
lutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful
to children. Twenty-five cents a box.
Remarkable cure of an inflamed tear
duct or passage to the eye, without an op
eration. Mrs. Gibson, who has a large and
extensive confectionery and candy store at
No. 23 East Forty-second street, near the
Grand Central depot, was about to have a
silver tube inserted in the tear passage of
her left eye. The enlargement and inflam
mation were very great. Before submit
ting to the operation, tried Dr. Gilo's Lini
ment, rubbed in carefully over the inflamed
duct. The inflammation disappeared, the
passage became clear, and I was, through
its power, ablo to do without a surgical
operatiou. Also took the liniment intern
ally, a teaspoonful three hmes a day, in a
wine glass of water. Gile's Pills cures
Prejudice Kills. "Eleven years our
daughter suffered on a bed ot mis
ery under tho care of several
of the best (and some of the worst) physi
cians, who gave ner disease various names
but no relief, nnd now she is restored to us
in good health by as simple a remedy as
Hop Bitters, that we had poohed at tor two
years, before using it. We earnesly hope
ana pray that no one else will let their sick
suffer as we did, on account of prejudice
against so good a medicine is Hop Bitters."
The Parents. Telegram.
Bronchitis, a premomtor ot con
sumption, is characterized by catarrh
or inflammation of the mucous mem
brane of the air passages, with cough
and expectoration, short breath, hoarse
ness, pains in the chest. For all bron
chial affections, sore throat, aphonia
or loss of voice, cough, "Dr. Swayne's
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry," is a
well known curative. Price 25 cents
and $1 a bottle, or six bottles for $3.
The largo size is the most economical.
Prepared only by Dr. Swajne & Bon,
Philadelphia. Sold by all prominent
druggists ia Cairo and elsewhere. (1) '
Unbounded Confidence. Peck's Sun,.
Milwaukee, Wis., in referring to Warner's
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and other of
arner s sate Kcmcdies has the following;
II.H.Warner & Co., Rochester, N.Yarethe
sole proprietors, we havo a perfect faith ia
the emciency ot their preparations, and 'an
unbounded confidence in the truth ot all
that is good, and said ot them.
Persons under the operation of Fellows
Hypopliosphites should examine their
blood under the microscope from time to.
time, ami mark the increase of red and ac
tive particles, nnd diminution of the whit ,
or dead ones: these observations are inter
esting and instructive.
Phvsicians freely prescribe the new food '
mcdicino, "Malt Bitters," because mom
nourishing, strengthening, and purifying
than all other forms of malt or medicine,
while froe from tho objectiuns urnA"
against malt liquors. ,
A i fc'iHi' -.viH