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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST II, 1380.
NEW SERIES NO. 40.
of tbe leading business hon boh whoso advertise
ments may lie found In Tun Biti.ktin.
C. 0. Puller A Co., Commortlu.1 avenue and Nine
Yoeura A Broderlek, Vuh. Ave., cor. Eighth.
New York Store. C. O. 1'utlcr ii C., tor. Nine
teenth and Commercial.
Dr. J. II. Marean: onVe, 1 Hi Commercial avenue.
Drs. Leach & Wheeler, Eighth street,
I)r. V. f!. Jocelvn, Eighth near Commercial .
Dr. E. W. Wuftlock, liit Commercial avenue.
P. Clancy. No. 137 Ohio Leveo.
II. II, (tndee, No. 7'iOhlo levee (up stair).
Equitable Lire, of New York, comer Twelfth and
DP.l'nGISTS-WHOLESALE AND UETAIL.
Barclay Brothers, No. 71 Ohio Leveo and corner
WhlUjUu Avenue aud Eighth Street.
City National, Ohio levee.
f Chanij-'on. Three State.
John Sprout, corner Twelfth and Levee.
B RACKET STOKE.
E 0. Kurd. Corner Nluth and Commercial.
ENEIUL DELIVERY open .:au a. ra.; closes
j ': u m.i Sunday. to it a. m.
M ir.ey Order Department opn at 8 a.m.; closes
'lr.uh Expre Main via Illlnola Central 3: W
Nllssb-sippl Central Railroad clone at ! p. m.
Cu'ro auJ Poplar BluO. Through anil Way Mall
C1'v Hv''Maf!' via lllluol (Yntral.'Calro and Vln
cenrft and Mississippi Central Railroad close at
' '.Vay Mill for Narrow Gauge Railroad closes at
' Cal'roaiid Evansvllle ltlver Itoute doses at ii:30
p. m. daliY (except Friday).
Mayor-N. B Ttistlewood.
rk-Doniiis. J. Foley.
Counselor--Win. B. Gilbert.
A'toruey-WlUlaiu lieu lrlckn.
BoaKU r ii.ur.wir.
F'rst Ward M. J. Holey.
i'Jond W-Dvld T. Linear, C. . Wood-
Tttird Ward-TV. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Wrd -Charles O. i"anc-r. JmK. KytaMon
Fifth Ward-T. W. Ualliday, Ernest B. I etttt.
Cirtnit Judgc-D. J. Bker.
Circuit Cletk-J. A. Heaves.
County Jndge-K, S )ocura.
County Clerk-S. Hn-,.
County Attorney-W C. Mulk'T.
Countv Treasurer-Miles . Parker.
'HZ'JZ-T. W. Ualliday, 3 A.
t. Villi t MUV
a FR1CS M. E. -Fourteenth trcet. letwe1!
A St and Cedar 'Vu m
a. in. and T::w p. tn-i Sunday school 1 JO P- m.
JJUISTIAN-Elghteenth street; m,"n8 Sab
I 'I' .C .,i.i, m meaching occasionally.
UttVU u i "
nnnicil OF THE REDEEMER (Episcopal)
iTrV) . m.; eveuing prayers, . - p. m.'..
i chool : W a. m. FriXay eenln prayer , .) p. u.
THIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIURCH
h I'reachiuK at lo: a. tn.. S p. m . and , M p. m
fc..i.i,.ih ..Lool at p. tu. Key. T. J. SUorti,
JrTllF.UVN-Thlrtenth atrcct; fervlici Sab
bath l") a. m. ; Sunday r-cbool if tu. lvev.
METHORIST-Cr. E!,-htb and Walnut rtweUj
Preaching Sabl.ath m- and 7 p. m. .
oraver meeliuj. Wedaday 7:H p. m.. Sunday
hcuoo . a a. m.
U7we.rua7 " "P- sini' Sc"001
at 3 u. ru. Rev. B. V. Oeore,
CECONI) FREE-WILL BAPTIST FifteeMh
C ureet.hetwe'-u Walnut and Cedar Hreet. er
vicet Sabbath ati and 7: p. m.
OT. JOSEPH'S-fRotnan Catholic! Corner CroM
O and Walnut .(reel,; tervl.-w .,.
m.: Sunday noni ai p. 'r'" e- ---
ttiM.. nvMPV iliv at rt n. 111.'
...... . J . - I
ST PVTRlCK'S-dlomnn Catholic) Corner Mnta
utreet and Wahim:tn aveuue; nerylco Sah
bitth aud 10 a. m. ; Ve-pera 3 p. in. ; Sunday Sfh i - 1
i p. m.; aervicea every day at a p. m. Rev. F. Zabel,
J jltS. G. II. LEACH & E. 1). W1IEELEH
Honiti'iiatliic riiysifiiiiH ami Sur?piis,
Will perform all operation and treat dleao of
any uaiure in aiiriziTv. uimc. nu.
:rcel, Cairo, 111.
II. 5IA.REA.N, M. D.,
Homconathlc riiyslcian and Surgeon.
Offlci 110 Ui. amerrlal avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. aud Waxhlnirton avenue, Cairo
JjK. E. W. WUITLOCK,
Orpin-No. Wl Commercial Avenue, betwoen
Eighth and Nluth Street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE KljtUlU Hlreet, neat Cgmmerclal Avenue
OF NEW YORK.
Assets ever $37, 000,000.
K. A. UU11NKTT. AKPnt,
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital rlnked. Yon can nive the
iiuainx a trial witnout vxptiu,
The bct opportunity ever offered fie
thooo wlllliiK to work, You ahould
trv nitiinir uUm till vml ami tin vmi.
ilf what you can do at the bualuci w oM'er. No
iom to HxplHiu here, You can devolu all your
inifl or omy your aparo timo to tno nuamv, and
im ureRi pay tor vory nour tnai ron work
omen tnaku a tnni'h ita mn. Helid fop ammlAl
rlvato term and nartlrnlnra. wlilrh wu mall Iron.
, otttrlt free, Dou't coinnluln uf hard time while
u have ue i a chuuca, Addrew U. UALLETT A
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. II.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Only Lino ltunniny;
Making Direct Connection'
Tiuinu Leave Caiho:
,'J:15 ti m. Mail.
Arrlvlugln St, Louis a.m. : Cblcaeo. Kilo p.m. ;
nati, LouUville, Iiiiliauupoll and point Eut.
ll:l) ii. rn. tit. I.ouIh ami A"'tTfi
Arriving In Kt. Loul 7:0r. p. m., and connecting
tor an pom; nwi,
l:','!) p.m. Kast KxprcRN.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arrlvlu at St. Lotii
lo. Ti p.m.. ami Chicago , :.) a m.
4:'JO p.m. Cinfinnittl Kxiiri-HH.
Arrivluj at Cincinnati T :f am.; Louisville 7. jfi
a 111.; indiaimpnllr, 4:i a.m. ra-eni."'r ly
tin train reach the above point i to ;ji)
liui. its in adauce ol upy ottier rou'.e.
t'fThe 4:30 p. m. expre ba PULLMAN
M.fcEPINti CAR t airo to Cincinnati, without
change, and through sleeper to ht, Louis and
Fa.t Timo Ea.t.
I'lvlWOnfOI'tf ,IV 'i,u' If'triUt-h to Eaot.
il..,iCJItl . tfn tiuinti! without "anv delav
cau'e'd bv Sunday InterveniUL'. The Saturday after
noou irnlu frouii'airn arrive in Dew York Mundav
moruitii; nt lot:)',. Thirty-aix hour in advance of
any 01 net route.
I rT'I'or through tlrke: ir.d furtberinf'.rm.itlon
apply at Illinois Centrul Uai'.road Dep'ot, ( airo.
JAs. JOHNSON. " J. H. JONES.
Gen. Southern Aent. Ticket Aznt
A. I!. HAN SUN. Gen. Pas. Agent. Chicago.
(J AIRO ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. "V. SMITIIKItS. Iieteiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ihrouqh Expre leave Cairo :30a m
Throuuh Expre arrive at E. St. Loui.. S.4.lp.m.
Through Expre leave E. St. Loui.... 9:).m.
Through Expre arrive nt Cairo Vo p.m.
MurphyboroaccommodationleaveCalro 1 :30 p.m.
Mn'physboro Acc.arrive at Murphyburo 7:.vi p.m.
MurphyboM Acc. leave Murphyboro. . . .Voi'a.m.
Murphvtboro Acc. arrive at La;ro 11 :&a.m.
ThCalroASt Loui Kail Road H the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. Loui under one
management, therefore there are no delay at
waytation awaiting connection from other line.
Close and sure connection at St. Loui with other
line for North, East and Weal
J. A. NAUGI.E.
QIIIO & MISSISSIPPI R'r.
TIME TABLE OK PASSENGER TRAINS FROM
VINCENNES (Sow. 80, lSsTU.)
No. 2 Pav Expre (Except Snnlay).... 1:30 p.m.
' Kpress 1 Except Suuday) 1:35 p. m.
" 4 Nljjht Expres (Dally) . .. .l'4:30a, m.
No. n Expre ,'Excent Sunday) H:n5 a. m.
" 1 D.iy Expre 1 Except Sunday).. .-i:V)p.m.
" 3 Niu'Ut Expres iDally) .' 1:25 a.m.
J. K.CI.AUK. C. S.Conb, Jr.,
Ajeut Vii.c :ine. Gin. Ticket Aa't Cincinnati
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
On and after Monday. June 7th, and until lurther
notice tue ferryboat will make trip a follows:
LEAVE LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth ft Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7:1)0 a. m.
11:00 a. P.
i!m) p. m.
7 :M a. m.
fl :S0 a. ni .
11 :30 a. m.
i!:3t) p. m.
H a. m.
10 11. m.
S p. m.
3 p. m
gT. LOUIS, CAIRO AND PADUCAII.
Tho Elegant Sldewbcel Passenger Steamer
sm CHAMPION m
A.J. BIRD.... Ill MMMMMtMK
Leave Cairo ovory Mondav and Thurdny for
Cape Girardeau, St. Louis, and way landing.
W are tit
Wf anil 1
It inrsr-Rt rxiinrters 111 tue I tiiten
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LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
ACCIDENT ON TUE WESTJEUSEV Il.VIt.KOAD.
Philadelphia, August 12. No occur
rence for many months has caused the ex
citement in this city which resulted irom
the accident to the excursion train from At
lantic City over the West Jersey railroad
last evening. The collision took place
about 7 o'clock, but the place was so iso
lated that the railroad company was able
to suppress the news ot the accident until
midnight, when an effort to get hospital
accommodations iu Philadelphia set vague
rumor Coating. It was not until the train
bearing a portion of the wounded arrived
in Camden, at 1 a. m., that the
full extent of tho disaster was
apparent, and even then many obstacles
were put in the way of tho newsgatherers
by the railroad officials. But one person,
Jumes Sweeney, is known to have been
killed outright, but the terrible work of the
steam from the wrecked engine has since
been made apparent by tho numerous
deaths. Such of the sufferers as could be
moved were taken to tho Pennsylvania
Hospital, in this city, where scenes of the
most heartrendering character have been
enacted all day long. Thousands of the
relatives and friends of the dead and dying
thronged the street in front of tho
hospital as long ns daylight lasted, and
the building was crowded with such as
the officials permitted to enter. It is even
now measurably uncertain what the exteut
of the disaster is. Sixteen are known to
be dead, and Patrick McBride, aged twenty-five;
Thos. Fitrpatrick, aged twenty
eight; Ellen Shields, aged twenty-three,
and Libby Grace, are badly injured. That
there is no chance of their recovery. Be
tween twenty aud thirty others are more or
less seriously injured. The cause of tho
accident is generally accepted to be the
carelessness of Engineer Aiken, of the rear
train, in approaching too close to the train
in front. Ho has been arrested, and tho
official iuvestigction will begin at May's
Landing to-morrow. Tho rules of the road,
which is operated by the Pennsylvania com
pany, are very strict, and it was only by
their gross violation that the accident was
possible. Ailceu claims that he reversed
his etigiue, but that the wheels slipped on
the wet track and the air brakes failed to
operate properly. The engine penetrated
to the middle of the car that was wrecked,
leaving the sides and roof intact.
A DISGRACEFUL STATE OF AFFAIRS.
Clinton, 111., August 12. One of tho
strangest social seusations that ever occur
red here culminated last evening. The facts
uro these: Dr. I). W. Edmiston and his
wife, who could not agree, applied for a di
vorce, at the lust March term of the circuit
court, which was granted, each taking one
of the children by order of tho court. Since
that time tiouLle has prevailed and for two
weeks past the doctor has beeti trying to
get control of his second child. He was
finally successful, and his former wife at
once had him arrested for abduction aud
assault. The trial took place yesterday be
fore Judge Richcy, un) was a most inter
esting oue. From the evidence tho Judge
concluded to bind Edmiston over in $200
to answer before the circuit court. A writ
of habeas corpus has been issued for tho
recovery ot tho child. The case is creating
a great deal of excitotneut. Tho father
gavo bail and was released.
A ntClI MINI.NU STRIKE.
Denver, Col., August 13,. A sensation
was created here yesterday by tho auuounc-
ment of a rich mining strike in the Mexi
can village of Las Placitas, about thirty
mile distant. Tbe village is built of
adobo huts, corrals, aud the foundation ot
the houses are of rock. Prospector Jesse
Martin detected mineral In this rock, ind
ponnded up and hammered omo of it, get
ting a rich result la gold. He located the
streets of the town wheucg tie gold rock
was taken, and haj aisayi made with a re-
suit of 40,000 cold to ton. the lowest trrala
assayed 43. Gov. Lew. Wallace has just
returned from the place. Ho has paced off ,
tho lead, making it 84 paces in width
length not known," but 9,000 feet along tho
vein has been located. Subsequent assays
in Santa Fe give from 3,000 to C,000 per
ton. The whole village- is built on tho
ledge, and rock worth $3 per pound has
been thrown about as worthless .
SITPOSED TO BE MCItDERED.
McLeanshoko, III., Aug. 12. Ralph
Rekley, from Minerva, Ohio, who some
time since was here visiting hia cousin,
Tom. Rekley, has disappeared, and some
think he has been murdered. He was oa
his way to seo about some mineral
lands, near Elizabethtown, where his
partner was to meet him. He was last
seen in Golconda. Tho missing man .was
twenty-four years of age and had dark
hair, eyes and complexion. lie had quire' ,
sum ot money with him, and as ho was a
temperate and moral man foul play can
alone account for his disappearance. A
reward will be paid for any information as
to lus late.
Cincinnati, O., August 12. -Tho drug
store of Prof. A. Fennel!, on Vine and
Eighth streets, was to day badly shattered
by an explosion. The son of the proprietor
and two clerks were busy making percus-.
sion caps, or tho material used in their
make-up, when It exploded, shattering tho
prescription department. Charles Fennel
was horribly mutilated in ono hand, and
the other two clerks were considerably
burned snd cut about tho face and head.
officer cucmley's funeral.
Cincinnati, O., August 12. The remains
of Policemaa Chumley, who was killed by
Col. Snelbaker, last Sunday, were buried
to-day. and the funeral wa3 probably one
ot the largest ever seen in this city. The
street in the vicinity of the Chumley home
stead was blocked with a swaying mass of
curious people and a small riot seemed im
minent at times. The daughter, Ella, tho
cause of all the trouble, created a sensation
by fainting at the grave.
the nones benders beooinu.
Fiti-DOMA, Ks., Aug. 12. Tho fraudu
lent Benders were on the streets of a neigh
boring city begging to-day.
Tho Erie company has exteuded its
sleeping coach arrangements so as to. form
a through line between Boston and Cincin
nati via Salamanca.
Fritz Balduecker, a German thirty-five
years old, walked off the abutment of the
Madison street bridge, at Chicago, Wed
nesday night, and was drowned.
The United States inspectors of steam
vessels indicted on a charge of manslaught
er in connection with the Seawauhaka dis
aster, have filed bonds to answer the charge
at the October term of court.
Lawrence Barrett, in a letter from Cohas
sett, Mass., in tlio New York morning pa
pers, makes an appeal to American actors
to aid in defense of tho will ot Edwin For
rest, and the building of a National Dra
The World's Fair commission has ap
pointed an executive committee, and sub
scription terms to the capital stock have
been determined upon. Judge Hilton and
eighteen other commissioners named in tho
act have declined to serve.
An Inevitable Result. Debility is an
inevitable consequence of prolonged indi
gestion. There is no function whose vigor
and activity is not impared by this prolific
cause of bodily evil. Secretion is interfer
ed with, the nervous system in weakened
and melancholia or despondency is of tho
stomach. But though dyspepsia aud its
attendant symptoms of ordinary remidics,
they cannot withstand tho action of Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters, a medicine to whoso
career ot popularity, tho annals of propria
taiy medicine uffurd few, if any parallels.
It is not only a remedy but a preservative
of health, enabling the system to withstand
malarial and oilier extrinsic influences pre
judicial to health, depurating and enrich
ing the blood, and restoring nerve power
and tranquillity. As a medicinal stimu
lant and corrective it is highly commended
by physicians, who have thoroughly tested
its good qualities.
An Elko nt Toilet Preparation, hair
dressing and restorative is found in "Lon
don Iluir Color Restorer." It seldom fails
to restore gray or faded hair to its original
youthful color and beauty. Falling hair is
checked by its use, and it oroduces a
growth of beautiful young hair, soft, glossy
and luxuriant. It certainly is the most
cleanly and effective hair restorer now be
fore tho American people.
A. A. Gibson, Harrytown, Duchess coun
ty, N. Y., writes: Dr. Swayne & Son, Phil
adelphia: Gents I enclose a postoffice
order tor eight dollars; please scud me one
dozen "London Hair Color Restorer." It
has stopped my hair from falling, and re
stored it to its natural color. It has proven
satisfactory in every respect. The "London
Hair Color Restorer" con be obtained at all
tho leading druggists at 73 cents a bottle.
Tits bono and muscle producing malt,
the nerve-quieting hop, tho superb mala
rial antidote quinine and other precioua
ingredients, combine without fermentation,
are the ingredient of "Malt Bitters, pra
prred by the W alt Bitter company : ;