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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
VIII I 11 L1 VII
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 21, 1880.
NEW SERIES-NO. 48.'
V WWUIUU Ail.
I I I I .
' BUSINESS DIRECTORY
of the leading business bousos whoso advertise
ments may bo found lu Tin Bulletin.
C. O. Pntler & Co., Commercial avenue and Nine
Yornm & Brodorlck. Wash. Are., cor. E!ihth.
Uew Vurlc More, C. O. Taller S IV, Cur. Nine
teenth and Commercial.
Dr. J. II. Marfan: office, IV) Commercial avenuo.
Dr, Leach & Wheeler, KlgUtb street,
Dr. W. C. Joeelyn, Eighth near Commercial ,
Dr. K. W. Whltlock, 11 Commercial avenue.
I'. CUdcv,No. 137 Ohio Leveo.
II. II. Candeo, No.T0Ohloleveeupitairi').
Eouitalile Life, of New York, corner Twelfth and
DRL'OlilSTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Barclay Brothers. No. T4 Ohio I.eveo and corner
WanblnjjtoB Aveaueand Ktulitu Street.
City National, Ohio levee.
Champion. Three State.
John Sproat, comer Twelfth and Ltvee.
K C. Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
GENERAL DELIVERY open i: a.m.; closes
K.J ei.iop m.; Sunday: 8 to V a. m.
Monev Order Department open at 8 a.m.; closes
v.nM. M.n viA Illlnoli Centralis
1 UXUUU . -
m . .. .. , t j a at 6 n m
aud Poplar Blutl Through and ay
rlitttfH fit 1 D. TO
.... ... n ...I nl
' Vail via Illinois i,cuiri. iu . .
can "and UUW Ctl RaUroad. clo.e at
Way Mall far Narrow Oaaga Railroad closes
Cairo and EvanivUle River Ronte closes at
p. m. da'-.v (except Krldayl.
Treasurer Edward Deionia.
Clerk Ix-ncis. J. FoW-y.
Counselor--Wm. B. Gilbert.
JUmbal-J C. Lallne.
fiMtWard-M. J. Howley. p . .
Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. R- Wood
wr.1.- ..... .j o ir.tnhiBort Smith.
j ftiro v. an - J amei Kts aitoo
fTnh Ward-TW Ualllday. Erne.t B. P.tttt.
Circuit Jodgo-D. J. Bak'r.
Circuit Clerk J- A. Reve.
County JudtfvR S. Yocoru.
County Crk-S. J vUumm.
County Attom.jr- c.
County Trewurer-Miles v . Varker.
Coroner-R. rltzzera.Q. n!Udav J A
County CommissioDers-T. W . Uai.iaay, i a
W. liibb, Samuel Brlley.
A Walnut an? 'cedar .treeu: s,rrtce. Sabbath U
. m. and":J P- m.; sunaay ocuum
nnRISTIAN-ElshWenth street: meeting Sab
r,'L,v, ( ?v d. m. : Breachlnit occalonally.
f HURCIl Or THE REDEEMKR-tEpUcopal)
C Fourteenth .treet: Sunday Morning prayer
jVw . tnTeveuin prayer.. ) p. m.j Sunday
icbool 1 ; a. m. Friday evenlnu prayer ?:) p. m.
IRST. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHCKCII
X Preaching ai ". v , i."
tTabbath acbool at T:J P- tn- T. J. Shore,
f rrnERAN-Tbirteonth atrwt; wrvKci Sab
j bath 1:30 a.m.; Sunday (cbool2p.m. Rev
METHODIST Cor. Eighth and Walnut treet;
.x u.v.i.ik i,i) m. and 7 P.m.:
School, a. m. " '"- r
..DBoiTVMTiv..r.lirhth itwt; preaching on
l'SfKhh llVaJ a m. and T:)p. m.; prayer
meeting Wedne.dar at 7:30 p.m.: Sunday bcttool
at S v. m. Rev. B. V. ueorjc, paniur.
r,irrAKn TREK-WILL BAPTIST - Flfteetth
O treit. between Walnut and Cedar .reels, er
rlce Sabbath at 3 and 7:30 p. m.
CT. JOSEPU'S-(Roman Catholic) .0,1.(;.';.,"l,
O and Walnut ftreeu: nrTir
m. : Sunday School at 1 p. m. ; e-pera .1 p. m. ; ier
vice every day at i p. m.
CT PVTRICK'S-fRoman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O Mre'et and Washington avenue; atTyicca Sab
Oath and U) a. m. ; Ven-r : p. m. ; Bandar bo..l
t p. m. ; tervtce every day at p. m. Lev. t . Zabel,
RS.O. II. LEACII& E. I). WHEELER
Horauiatliic Physicians anil Surgeons,
Will pert'orm all operation" and treat dUeae of
ay nuture In curfry. OtHce: No. 10, tighth
atrect, Cairo, 111.
II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Offlca 1) U(, amercial avenue. Renldenca comer
Konrteonth St. and Wafhlimton avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. "WIIITLOCK,
Ornci-No. M Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYX,
OFnCE-Elghti Struct, near Commercial Avenue.
OP NEW YORK.
Assets over 837, 000,000.
K. A. UUUNKTT.1 Kstent,
r r A WEEK in your own town, and no
L 9 LZ capital risked. Yon can give the
k I 1 1 buiueM a trlnl without expen.u.
I I The beat opportunity crr oiTuredfm
v v thoae willing to wuu . I r ahotild
n try noihingeUo till e( : , .ayjur
I ilf what yon can do at the biialucaa v.'i, (.1 1 . io
loom to explain here. You can devo e n.. y:ur
time or only your 'pare tlmo to the bumuean, cril
iimke yreat t'ay for rvt-ry hour that you work
Women make u much aa men. Hend for apeclal
Srtvutu term and particular, which we mall tree,
.1 on tilt free. Don'tcompluln of bard times while
you have such a chanca. Addreaa U, JJALLETT it
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. It.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Only Line llunnins
Q DAILY TRAIXS
Making Diufxt Connection
TiuiK'a LEAVE Caibo:
.'i:15 a m. Mail.
Arriving In St. Loul 9:45 a.m.: Chicago. ti:W p.m.;
Connecting at Odin and Effingham for C'lnun
natl, Louis vllle. Iudlauapoiia aud points Eaitt.
11:10 a.m. fcjt. Iouis and Westfrn
Arriving In St. Louts "M p. ra., and connecting
for all points iV'et.
4:20 p.m. Fast Kxprss.
For St. Louis and Chicago, arriving at St. Louis
ID: 10 p.m., and Chicago 7:i0 a m.
4:liO p m. Clnf.-Innati Express,
Arrlvlnj at Cincinnati ", :) a.m.; Louisville 7:30
a m.: Indiauapoll 4:W a.m. Pa"ngers by
this train ri.acb the above points to 35
llUl'RS In advaucc of any other route.
;'Th :) p. m. cxprnis has PL'I.LMAN
SLtEI'ING CAR Cairi to Cincinnati, without
change, and through sleepers to St. Louis aod
Fast Time East.
P-liiOTlfrni'c b' "i" Ilnc (to through to East.
1 intUi;.I. ern point without ny delay
caused bv Sunday tutenrning. The Saturday after
noon trafu from Cairo arrives in uew York Monday
morning at 10:35. Thlrty-eix tour in advance of
any other route,
fcfFor throuBh ticket and further inf'.rmatiftn,
apply at Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON. J. II. JONES.
tien. Southern Agent. Ticket Agent.
A. II UANSUN.Oen. I'as. Agent. Chicago.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
H. V. SMITIIERS. Receiver.
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Eipre leave Cairo 9:30a m
Tbrough Express arrives at E. bt. LouU.. 5 p m
Thruuirh Expre leave E. St. Louis.... 9:(Sja.m
Throuiih Express arrives at Cairo 5:10 p. m
Murphysboroaceonimodatlorileave Cairo 1 ::0 p.m
Mu-physboro Acc. arrlves.at Murphysboro 7:50 p.m
Murpbysboro Acc. leave Murphysboro.. .. .VOoa.m
Murphrsboro Acc. arrives at Cairo... ll:ila in
TheCatroASt. LouliRall Road In the only all
Rail Route between Cairo and St. LouU under one
management, tbi-refore there are no delays at
wav stations awaltini conntctiona from othi'r line
Close and sure connections at St. Louis with other
lines for horth. East and W est.
L. M. JOHNSON.
QHIO & MISSISSIPPI R'y.
TIME TABLE OF PASSENGER TRAINS FROM
VINCENNE3 (Nov. HO, 1S79.)
No. 2 Day Express (Except Sunday).... 1:30 p.m.
tnress (except fiuuuay) i:wp. m.
" 4 NlgUt Express (Daily) U:30a. ta.
No. 5 Express ( Except Sundav) 1:D5 a. m.
' 1 Day Express (Except Suuday).. . S:.Vt p. m
" 3 Nlcht Expre (Dally) 1 :'J5 a. m.
J. R. Clauk, C. S. Cone. Jr.,
Agent Yiucenne. Gen. Ticket Aj't Cincinnati
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE rFkl STATES.
On and after Monday, June 7th, and until Inrthcr
notice tuc ferryboat will make trips us follows:
Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
Foot Fourth t
U:i a. m.
i! :ii0 p. m.
4 ::10 p. m.
7:30 a. m.
(1:3) a. ra.
11 :30 a. m.
J::0 p. ra.
fi :i p.m.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
3 p. m.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. nALLIDAY, President.
II. L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President.
THUS. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
I. ftTAATA TATLOR, W. P. HALI.TOAT,
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0. D. WtLUAMSOM, STEPUKN B1HD,
B. a. CANDRl.
Excbansre, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUOHT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a ffecaral banklnff hnslness
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the market being full of imitations of the
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Liuhllitv of Miscarriage.
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cases, oue dose elferts such a cui,ge of feellutf a
toastouieh the sutl'erer.
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martyr to dysneosia. constipation and plies.
Last spring your pills were recommended; I used
them. I am now a well man, have a good appe
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and have gained forty pounds of flesh. They are
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TUTT'S HAIR DYE
Gray hair or whl.ki.rs rhnn(T,iH to ulnssv Murk
by a single application of this dve. it Imtiartsa
natural color, acts Instautaueoiisly. Sold by drug
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CINCINNATI LAW SCHOOL.
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Thursday, October Hth, 1880, and con
tinues seven months, Terms, $00 first year
$30 second year. For catalogue or circula
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liiiltimore Female College.
Tho only Female I'ollege In Maryland-was char-
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COMPOUND SYBUfr Wa
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
CnrcAoo, August, 23, 10 a. m.
Wheat August, 00; Sept, 00 ; Oct.
Pork-September $17 12; Oct. 17 00;
Nov. $13 53.
Corn -September, 41'; October, 42,14.
Oats -Sept. 27j3'; Oct. 20.
Liverpool, August, 23 2:00 p. m.
Wheat dull Winter, 8s Cd(9s; Spring,
7s9d9s; California average, 8s 109s 9d;
California Club, 0,s Cd10s.
NEW YORK QRATN.
New York, August, 23 12:01, p. m.
Wheat quiet No. 2 Chicago, $1 02
01 04; No. 2 .Milwaukee, $1 03; Red
Winter, $1 021 09; No. 2 Red Winter,
$1 081 09; Corn quiet No 2, 52J.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
BCLLDOZINO DEMOCRATS IS SOLTU.
Coffee ville, Miss., Aug. 22. Yester
day, Saturday, 21, was the day set apart at
Uoffeeville for the grand ratification meet
ing and flag-raising by the Democratic
party of Yalabusha. Early in tho morning
crowds poured into town from all part3 of
tho county. The Democratic club had ex
pected to have their speaking in the court
house, and the first bad feeling was caused
by the Greenbackers taking charge ot the
court house and holding a speaking
there. To, prevent any trouble the
Democrats retired to the woods
near the place, although it had
been announced and was undei stood that
their speaking would be held at the court
house. Col. W. II. Fitzgerald of Grenada
and Capt. Walter N. Jackson ot Water
Valley addressed tho Democratic clubs in
the woods, and S. L. Harmer held forth to
the Greenbackers at the court house. The
speaking of both parties terminated about
3 o'clock. The Democratic clubs then
marched through town, headed by the
Grenada brass band, and were met on De
pot street by Greenbackers, when for
some reason R. V. Pearson, Green
back candidate for sheriff struck
and shot Thos. Spearman,
colored man, who was marching in tho
front rank of tho Democrats. This caused
the men marching in the front rank take
part in the affray, and for a while the
wildest excitement ensued. The negroes
fled like sheep in all directions and in less
time than it takes to tell it every store
house in town was closed and streets
swarming with armed men. Pearson was
shot three times, one ball in shoulder
and two ia legs. After falling he
was carried into an adjacent store
and given medical attendance. His
wounds are not necessarily fatal. Thos,
Spearman, the negro, was shot in the neck
by Pearson. His whereabouts are not
known. R. R. Riddick was painfully
wounded in the thigh; R. C. Kelley, only
Gov. Stone and Secretary of State Henry
C. Myers were in town to-day. Gov. Stone
complimented Capt. R. II. Wyatt, com
manding the Coffeeville Guards, and Mayor
Ross on their action in the matter. The
Democrats will hold another meeting here
to-morrow, and au election for sheriff will
take place Tuesday .
Washington, Aug. 22. A revision of
tho mint regulations will bo issued by the
treasury department to-morrow. A new
rule to facilitate the transportation of sil
ver dollars will be promulgated. As soon
as the superintendent of mints receives no
tice from the assistant treasurer that a cer
tificate of deposit for the standard dollars
has been received, they will at once jhip
tho dollars. Under the 'present arrange
ment the U. S. treasurer must first receive
the certificate of deposit and then Instruct
the superintendent to forward the dollars.
In case an order is from New Orleans it
requires a delay of eight days, while one
from the west is delayed ten or fifteen days.
Tho orders are coming in so rapidly now,
and aggriga:e such largo amounts that it is
highly important that the business should
bo dispatched with as much rapidity as pos
sible. The old regulations wcro adopted
only for the ordinary demand for coin, but
owing to the scarcity of chango the trans
portation of these dollars especially in the
fall and spring seasons of the year has
grown imrnonsely. During the past week
orders for silver dollars amounting to $322
000 was received at the treasury, and dur
ing the next month the demand will bo
Pittsuduo, Aug. 23. The body of the
man murdered for stealing a, bunch of
grapes at Agnew Station was found last
night new Richester, Pa., and has been
identified as that of Robert Bryson, c-1
Ilarrisburg, son of Robert Bryson, Sr., a
wealthy retired Iron manufacturer, and
nephew ot James and Robert McCoruiick,
two of Poansylvania's woalthiest men. Ho
was also cousin to J. Donald Cameron's
first wife. He was highly educated but
subject to some severe nervous affection
which slightly clouded his intellect, from
winch it wa3 thought he had recovered.
He was last heard from several weeks ago,
which time he was at Hot Springs, Ark.
It is believed he became demented, and
either tramped from St. Louis or got off a
VICTIMS OP THE MAT'S LANDING HORROR.
Philadelphia, Aug. 22. Owen Welch,
fifteen years old, died at the Episcopal hos
pital this morning from injuries received by
the railroad collision at May's landing, N.
J. Thomas McGrath, another victim, died
this morning at the Pennsylvania hospital,
making, thus far, twentj-five deaths. Not
one of those taken to the hospital ha3 re
covered sufficiently to warrant their
removal, and it is feared several others will
Pittsburg, August 22. A special dis
patch to the Commercial Gazette from
EJenburg, Clarion county, Pa., says the
hellish incendiary torch was again applied
to Edenburg this morning. The rear of
Whcelock & Mear's livery stable was satur
ated with kerosene and set on fire about 4
o'clock. In two hours sixteen business
houses were destroyed, among them six
newly erected since tho $100,000 fire ot
May last. L03S $15,000; no insurance.
PAPER MILL BCRXED.
Boston, Aug. 22. The large paper mill
ot J. W. Bird Hollingsworth, at East Wal
pole, Mass., was destroyed by fire at an
early hour this morning. Loss on build
ings, machinery, stock, etc., estimated at
$73,000; insured for about two-thirds.
THE DTENA HORROR.
Atlanta, 111., August 22. W. H. Bogar,
the telegraph operator at Armstrong, eight
miles distant, received a telegram on yes
terday that his brother had been instantly
killed and almost entirely devoured be
fore help could reach him, whilo perform
ing in a cage of hyenas connected with a
New Strength Is infused into a debil
itated system by the. sovereign vitalizer
and tonic, UoBtetter's Stomach Bitters.
Digestion and assimilation, functions the
interruption or feeble performance of
which materially impair vitality, are regu
lated and encouraged by the Bitters, and
the mental despondency which usually af
fects the dyspeptic and nervous invalids,
gives place to cheerfulness when this gen
ial invigorant and corrective is used. It
enables the stomach to perform its duties,
insures complete nutrition and banishes
every symptom of dyspepsia. The restora
tion ot a regular habit of body is another
and more important result of taking it. It
quiets, as well as invigorates the system,
promotes appetite and sound repose, and
may be relied upon for purity as well an
erlectiveness. Moreover it has no peer as a
remedy for, and preventive of fever and
ague and bilious remittents.
AN EDITOR'S ESCAPE.
Office ok int "Industrial Era" i
Albia, Iowa, Mav 26, 1880. f
To Whom it Mat Concern :
I take pleasure in making the following
statement: I have been atllicted with a
disease of the kidneys for the pist twr
years and have tried numerous r emedie
with only partial and temporary relief:
Warner'siSafo Kidney and Liver Cure waa
recommended to me and after taking it tho
pain and distress left me and I am to-day
feeling strong and well. I am Dcrfectlr
satisfed that Warner's Safe Remedies are
the medicines needed and can cheerfully
recommend them to others.
G. W. Stamu.
I hereby certify that I have, been a prac
ticing physician for twenty-seven years and
for many chronic cases in my practice do
recommend Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure. It was upon my advice that
G. W. Stamm, the editor obtained this val
A. A. IiAMSET, M. D.
An Elegant Toilet Preparation, bair
dressing and restorative is found in "Lon
don Hair Color Restorer." It seldom fails
to restore gray or faded hair to its original
youthful color and beauty. Falling hair ia
chocked by its use, and it produces a
growth of beautiful young hair, "soft, glossy
and luxuriant. It certainly is the most
cleanly and effective hair restorer now be
fore the American people.
A. A. Gibson, Barn-town, Duchess coun
ty, N. Y., writes: Dr. Swaync & Son, Phil-
adelphia: Gents I enclose a nostofBco
order for eight dollars; please send me ouo
dozen "London Hair Color Restorer." It
las stopped my hair from fallincr. and re
stored it to its natural color. It has proven
satisfactory In every respect. The "London
Hair Color Restorer" can be obtained at alt
tho lending druggists at 73 cents a bottle
Wicked run Clergymen. Rav. w
Washington, D. C, writes: "I believe it
to be all wrong and even wickod for cler
gymen or other public men to be led into
giving testimonials to quack doctors or vila
stuffs called medicines, but when a really
meritorious article made of valuablo reme
dies known to all, that physicians use and
trust in daily, we should freely commend
it. I tlioreforo cheerfully and heartily com
mend Hop Bitters for the good they havtj
done mo and my friends, firmly believing
tuey uavo no equal tor tatntly use, I will
not bo without thettt. New York Baptist