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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
Mayor N, U. ThimlewooA,
Treanunr T J . Kerth.
I lurk- Omnia. J, Holey.
i;iiiii(lor--Wm. U. Ullnurt.
Marntia) I.. 11. Meyura,
attorney -William llci.drlf Its.
HOARD or Al.lllHIIN,
?u War I . Win. MclUlii, T. M. Klmiirough.
.Sm-oiid Wrtl-Jimi! llnikle.C. N. Ilugoea,
Third Ward- II. K, lllakc, John Wood.
1' nirth Ward -Charleii 0. Patter, Adoipli 8wo-
KIT I. Ward T. W. HalHday. Krtirat B. PeltU.
Clrf nil Jadgul). J.rtakrr.
Circuit Clerk A. II . Irvin.
County Judge K. S Vix'.uiri .
County Clcrt-H. J. Il'iinm.
County Attorney J. M. livnroii.
County Treasurer --Milu W. Parker,
riheilir .liihu Hodges.
Coroner K Fitzgerald '
uiiniv Coinni-nlonera -T. W. Ilalllday, J.
(Jllilm aud Peter Saitp
C.Ut(i HAIM'MP . -Co'iier Tmith aud Poplar
irwin; preaching flrlaod lliird Sunday" I"
(, '. in mill, II a m- a'id i. m ; prayer meet
Iiil' Tiiumday, ":'Mi. m ; Snnda ncliuol, !(.:jn am
Kev. A . .1. II tt-t-. Pator.
hIICRCM OK THE KICUKKtf KKHKylioj)!)
J Ko'irteet.Ui Lr-iHt ; Sunday 7 :X w m, Holy
Ku h irt.t; ::m a.m.. SfundaY Iimo'i ; llUa.m.,
Mori'tng I'ravcif ; :ou p in.. rnlng Prayera. K.
J'. 1 n v. upon, s T. II. Hei-iuf.
- .-T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIU'RCH -V
I'r-'fi' I'liu' ai W:Ha n.., a p. in., and 7 -.30 p. m.
hi.' .-i. aeliool at T;:jl) p m Rev. 'I'. J. hb'jrea,
1rflH-.tANTMrti-Lb trt; lti.i Sab
t Uitl'Mi ni ; Sunday chuol 2 p. m. Key.
f. rii pp.., kt -r
ME'I lli'fMST Cur. Eighth arid Waiunt rtrrels,
Pn him; tiabbath II :.. iu. nd":iO p.m.
t iniVi) B -hool at 'I: ' 1' m. Rev. J A. Scar ret ,
1 H MIY1 KKI AN -Klghth Mrrt; preaching on
ml l.aib at ll: l a m and 7:'P- m ; prayer
n. !.. W. .lii.mlaT at 7:) p. m. ; Sunday Scb.ol
at '! p :;i. Kev R. V. (ieorgc, paitor.
ST .!.. CPU s -.Human Catholic) Corner Croaa
ai d Walnst rtreet; nervier riibbatu 111:80 a.
i!.; s.ueUy School at i p. m.; Verpera 3 p. m. ; aer
nee. 'a day at S a. ui. Re. O'Uara, Priest.
C T. I" A r'tb'RU -( Human t'aliiollc; Corner Slnth
0 n-r. it and WapliiniftoD arentic: frrlro Hab
naih and l')a m.; Vepcr 3 p. a..; Handay School
1 p. m. .:rto every da at s a.m. Rev. Miuitenuu
U.K. TIME CARD AT CAIRU-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. R.
Mail 3:tJa.ro I tMaU 4:'fta.m
t ar.entrdaUiiB.M :10 a.m 'BxprcM 11 :10 a.m
tKxprcr. 4:0 p.ra I AcciiodalloB .4 :J6 p.m
MISS t'KNTRA L R. R.
tVall i.n a.m I tMall .. 5:nnp.m
tExprr 10:16a rn tKiyreo U:ia m
ST. L.C R. K. (Narrow Gauite )
Kipn.'M lusiSi.m I "Kiprwa 4:'V1p m
Accom'datloD. 1 :) p.m I Accom'daloln 12:05 p.m
1ST. I... I. M. A H. R. R
BxprcM Il:p.m I tKrpr 2:50 p m
tAccom nation. :3i)p.m I tAccom'dMlon 11:45 a.m
WABASH, ST. LOUS PACIFIC R'VCO.
Mall All.... t:vu Mall A Ex.... V 1 P
i)atly except Sunday, t Dally.
MUBILF. A OHIO II RJ
Mall JSiO.'ti. m. I Mail :Vi p.m.
Exprera :') a, m. Kiprt'ta .:Jli. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO R. It.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS.
Kxprcand Mall leave" Cairo, every day except
bttnday. at W.-A a tn. Arriv.a 4 :V p. m.
Arcommodatiiiti urrivra al p. m. ana de
part at I :-M p. m.
Walnut St.. near l2th.
SUM SI F.K TERM, from .luly 5, 1 2 weeks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
TV IT ION Filt TKKM
L'oniimm Sclin.il. Arailomlc and Commercial
Hratuh:i laillit .
II ION K V 1-' IjO VI), Toju'hor.
Q.EOIWE II. L13A.CH, M. U.
Phvsiciun and Surgeon.
Special attention paid to the Homeopalhlr. treat
mi'iit oraurlcal dlnai:, and dist'ieea of wontm)
Olllce: Ou llth street, oppoelto the rut Oillce,
JU. W. C. JOCFLYN,
J) K N T 1ST.
OKFK'K-Riclith Street, near Cnmr err.lal Aventiu
jQU E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrn'i No, 130 Cummurclal Avonuo, btwun
Kirhtb and Nlnlh Streeu
PROPUIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
P'OKED FOR SHIPPING .
Oar Xoads a Specialty.
Cor, Twelfth Street aud Levee,
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and other waiting diseases.
enrichei the blood and purifies the
system ; cures weakness, lack of
energy, ate. Try a bottle.
is the only Iron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
cause headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparations will.
l adies and all sufferers from neu
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HlTl'AL All) SOCIETY.
UREKA! EUREKA ! !
A .SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE IXSUR.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
OrffRnfzptl Julv 1 itli, IH77, LnliT tli Uw. o
the State of IlliiuilH. Copyrighted Julv
9, 1877, Viidcr Aetof ConjrrcsH.
.IAS. K. M.'CArtKV Proaldeut
St'N 1t Vice Prusidunt
M. PH ILI.II'S .j,i Vice Protldeut
li b hlJlS& Tn-Muror
W.H. MAKhAN l .. , . ,
J. S PETRI K 1 . .Medical Advimire
THOMAS I.KW1S .... Secret nry
EI). II. WHITE AHoletMut Secretuy
Kxr;c uti v ic co mm it tk k.
Wni. F.PITCll-lt, L. 8. THOMAS,
W.C JOCELYN, F. VINCENT,
WILL T. RKDHl'RN .
IIOAKH OF MANAOKIiH:
J. A. OoldiiUue, of OdIiIcIIih.' R'meuwater, wlfole
pale and retell rtrv kooil, elr. : Jan. S. Mcl.aliey,
lumber douler; Win. K. I'llcliur, gujiurai airent ;
Albert Lewla, dealer in Hour anil uraln; L 8.
Thotnaa, bricklayer; Monea PhllllpH, coutr"tor
and builder; 11. A. Cbumbley, grocer; Thou.
Lewis, secretary and attorney at-law, W. H.
Murenn, II .miepKlblr. tihyaiclan; 11 Sander, of
Sacder A Son. urocera; It. H. ltalrd, atroet atiper
vmor; Kd H. White, ana't nee. W, A (). M. A. Ho.
ele.tr ; J. W. Spier, lumber and aw-mlll; K, L,
Oernluon, barber: F.. H. Dietrich, clerk W., St. L.
A P. R.R.; M. Kobler. nt'irchant tailor: Jell' M.
Clark, dealer In wall paper and window abadoa; .J.
E. KnKlleh, ronlractiir and builder; WiHT. Red
burn, of Morae A liodburn, cigar manufacturerii ;
F. Vincent, dealer In Umn and cement; L A.
Phelpa, photoirraphnr; W, C. Jocelyn, dentiat; 8
II. Tabor, ml'K. Jewulur; J. II. Rnblnaon, J. P. and
notary public; J. 8. Potrm, nhvalclan; II. W.
Bostwlck, Insurance agent: R. K. .larhoe. foreman
St. Gai mains, and K K. Walhridije, lumber a net
aaw mlll, of Cairo; II, Lolghtoii. caahltr Nat.
Hank.Sluart, Iowa; Ruv. K. A. Wllkeraon. Pryors
buric, Kjr, J.W. Tarry, phyalclan, Fulton, Ky.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIM CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. 6. PATlElt 6c CO..
Oor.Ninoteanthitraetl PnifA Til
ContmerctalATaantt UIIaU, ill
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY
CHICAGO MARKET REPORT
CORRECTED DAILY HY CHAS. CVNXINQ
II A.M, DKOKKIt.
::in P. M. Aiiut.l, 1K-J.
S $11 HI
J J :S0 P, M.
V::U P. M. Clurlnt'.
1 I'l'i 'M
7' 'b 77
NEW YORK, A L'UL'ST HI, lHH.
Wheat It. W. 1 in' : ;l t w..,iti mi
Corn No. 2 s-- c.
W. F Lahuihn, rlv-sr e.tu.ir o mi! Hl'li.tih
and Rteuibott paeau'r H.r'nt. Ord ;ra for ail
kind of ateamhoat Jo' inintiiiir solicited. Olllce
at Plant era Hotel, No. M Ohio levee.
The Ri.'ll Meiupliis fnuu St. Louii ht-
rivt'il Ht 5 o'clock ycstcrilay evening. She
lci'l a good trip, aiiilwl somo ficii'lit here
ftn i ili psrteil at !) p. m.
R'iIj MiiHon, formerly elerk of the- Fan
nie Tatum, died (suddenly on board steam
er Carrie at St. Louis Tuesday evening.
The cause ol hu death is said to be ap
oplexy. The Fannie Talutu lits been 'undergoing
repairs at St. Louis, but will leave there
Saturday for Paduc ih.
dpt. John U.-illit'i with !iU hiajli healed
fast running Hudson will report here this
evening for Paducsh, Shawucetown and
Uniont ) n.
Tlie Will Kle from New Orleans is due
to-day for Cincinnati.
The popular Cms Mill ir, C. H. Russell
master, wiil pass here to-night for Cincin
nati. Passengers going up the Ohio can
purchase tickets from W. L. LumbdiD,
agent. Office 5-i Ohio levee.
The .las. W. Gaff from Ciuciunati passed
down yesterday evening for Memphis with
no excellent trip.
The City of Yicksburg from the lower
Mississippi arnveu yesterday morning with
an excellent I rip and departed for St. Louis
at ll n. tn.
Tin W. P. Ilalliday leaves hero to-day
for New Orleans.
The U1 P. Schenck for New Orleaus ar
rived with a good trip last evening. She
leaves for the southern metropolis this
The Ja3. V. Cuff was detained at Cin
cinnati on account of ome needed repairs
and as yet cannot txy when she will ar
live. The John H.Maud from St. Louis is due
this evening for Memphis.
The City of Cairo leaves St. Louis this
evening for Vicksburg. Due here to mor
row. Remember tho Cons Millar to night for
Cincinnati. Mr. Jas. Voris, the chief or
nament of the office, will take pleasuro in
consigning his guosfs to comfortable quar
ters. Four of the unfortunate victims which
were on the Gold Dust when she exploded
her boilers were brought up on tho steam
er Vicksburg yesterday and took to the ma
rine hospital at this place. All of them
are regarded as almost hopeless cases.
Three of them were deck hands and one a
LETTER TO THE DUQUOIN TRIBUNE
From Dr. Dyer, chairman ot the late
1 wish to thank vou most sincerelv for
your defence of me us chairman of that
convention, contained iu the Tribune of
July S7. I would have expressed iny ob
ligations to you sooner, but lor pressing
business, demanding my time- ami atten
tion. 1 urn aware that the Dress in Nome
places has criticised my decisions and my
rulings on that occasion, in bitter terms,
and 1 had thought it would bo proper for
me at some time, to say Bomethinu for mv-
self through some public medium. It ap-
peareu to me, however, that until .tho
imokuof that conllict had cleared away,
aud reason had resumed its douiuiu, silenco
would best become me. Tho article re
ferred tt in the Tribune, reudeiod it un
necessary, perhaps, that 1 should say any
thing further, yet I think I will, with your
permission, givo expression to some rellec
tions of my own.
Until Into at night, previous to the meet
ing of the convention, no one hinted to me
that my name might perhaps be usod in
connection with the chairmanship, and
when asked if I would serve if elected, I
answered it was a position to be neither
sought cordeclinea. Aud when, next morn
ing, at the opening of the convention, I
was elected over Judge Murphy of Ran
dolph county, who is a very worthy geutle
man, I was satisfied we wero destined to
have warm times. Tho matters likely to
causo excitement wero, determining which
uet of dolcgatei from Alexander county,
tho Thomas or anti-Thomas delegates
were entitled to recognition, and 'tho
uomluation of a candidate for congress.
It is not my purpose to go into dotail con
cerning our proceedings, but to rofor to
onie incidentt in which, as chairmun of
MORNING. AUGUST 17,
the couvention, I becume a conspicuous
figure, aud the object of censure. A great
deul ol linio was spent iu wrangling over
the Alexander county difficulty, and a
great denl ot bad blood was engendered.
I he disorder, tho noise and confusion, could
no more be stayed than the current of tho
Missisippi river. At ahum two o'clock in
the morning, the convention having been
in (session all night, a vote wus taken by
count ie.", to determine- which set of dele
dolt g iks should represent Alexander cotiu
tv. As I slowly called the couuties alpha
betirally, the Sei retary aud Assistent Sc
retaiy, e.ch by himself, recorded the vote
as anoiinced by the chairman of each coun
ty delegation. When the figures were ad
odtijdtyeach Secretary, independent of
the other, the result was found to bo the
sMitie, mid probably every delega
tion iu the convention already uew what
the result was. Hut at this point, a scene
of confusion was witnessed that beggars
description. There was a demand madu
by some one or two, to have the vote ver
ified, and immediately others dumandod
the same, until the house was in a perfect
uproar all manner of hard names were
heaped npon me, and no notice taken of the
rapping of the improvised gavei. On in
quiry of an individual, what he meant
precisely by verifying the vote, his answer
amounted to this to take the vote over
We had devoted the day and night to
the Alexander couu'y quarrel, aud deliber
ately voted upon it. Now why should the
vote be taken over again? Had the secre
taries bluud.-red? Had they conspired to
secure a fraudulent result : or was it supposed
thai, alter another loig wrangle, amru
satisfactory result might be reached ! The
truth is, the vote had been properly taken
and counted, and I declared the result
and no parliamentary rule, or principle laid
down in the books, was violated or invaded.
And all the clamor and uproar that fol
lowed, and all the anathemas and invect
ives hurled at me, weie from disappoint
ment and chagrin, and like the angry bil
lows of the ocean, lashed into a storm of
But to hasteu on I have been called a ty
rant aud usurper aud other things, because
I enforced the unit rule. Even the Chicago-Tribune
brought that railiug accusa
tion against mo. The blundering numb
skull who sent that report ought to be
astmmed of himself. What is a "unit
rule Why, simply when all the uu tu
bers of a delegation are lequired to vote
alike. There was no unit rule enforced or
sought to be enforced by me at tho Cairo
convention. Nor did that body onUin
such a rule. Tneonly attempt to enforce
a unit rule in that convention, was made by
tho chairman of the Johnson couuty dele
gation, and I broke that. He, however, be
it said, was currying out instructions in
A remark or two will close this hastily
written article. When I took tho chair in
that remarkable couvention, I resolved to
pro3frve my own equanimity of temper,
come what might, and I succeeded. I
knew a presiding tfficer must govern him
self, if he would govern others. There were
times when I believed delegates were
determined to make me angry, and to con
fuse aud faugle mo up, if possible. They
certainly did lmt succeed. I am sure I
was cool und self-possessed during the en
tire convention, Those unhappy men who
coarsely tried to insult me, failed utterly
in their object. 1 remembered the logic
and the philosophy of the man who said,
'no one but a gentleman could insult him,
and no gentleman wouM." With refer
cucc to any decisions and rulings on ques
tions that came up, I have this to say: I
do not think any difficult question presented
itself. And I do not see how any expe
rienced presiding oSicer, who made the
rules of parliamentary law a study, could
have decided questions differently troni
what I did. Decisions and rulings of Sen
ator Hoar, chairman of tho Chicago Na
tional Convention of 1880, were invoked,
with considerable (loutish and gusto, but
when sifted down, thev amounted to
nothing besides. Judge Hoar is not recog -nized
as authority in such matters.
I am very respectfully,
An Emperor's Joke.
Many a boy remembers how provoked
lie was when some play-fellow ul school
slily chalked his coat and got the laugh
on him. A correspondent 0f the Liui
don Tckijmnh tolls a story of it coat Unit
was chalked to sumo purpose:
Tin (iorman emperor, after a while
spent In the new barracks of the Second
(itiiird Drngooris, in tho Pinierslriisse,
not long ago. continued chatting n whilo
with tho officers.
During the time ho was thus engaged
ho wrote tt few words wiih tv chalk pen
cil upon the tunic of tho senior regi
mental captain, unpereeived by that of
lieer, This done, his majesty left the room
laughing heartily, accompanied by tho
colonel of tho regiment, Princes Freder
ick, of Ilohenzollern, whereupon tho
senio staff officer present walked up to
('apt. Vou S., and to his utter eoiiMcr
nation, proceeded to unfasten and ro
move his epaulets.
Unconscious of Imvingconimilted nny
dereliction of duty, Vou S. remained
motionless as the ominous operation was
being performed, but his painful per
plexity gave way to jubilant exultation
when the licutennnt-colonel produced a
iiair of major's epaulets and dexterous
y buttoned them to his shoulders.
Tho words hastily scrawled by tho
emperor upon Capt. Von S s were,
"Zum ninj. bcfoertlert" -"Promoteil
to major," and the subsequent details
of tho general surpiiso had been ar
ranged by ids majesty beforehund with
Black- silk stockings for summer wear
are appropriately (bitted with beetles,
grasshoppers, butterflies mid spiilery
creatures worked in gay colors singular
ly lifoliko. For evening wear luce stock
iugs embroidered with gold uiul silver
slur raako a pleasing diversion.
A Duel to tho Death.
A Tatal Meeting Tifty Yar Ago. j
Robert Crittenden fought a very re-'
marknblo duel about the ear l.S.'Ju. Ho'
was canvassing ArkniisnVm ucandidato
for Delegate to Coiigre.s, Ccneral Con
way, tho brother of the subsequent Gov
ernor of the State of Hint name, being
his opponent. -Tin; latter was a "Jack
son man," while Crittenden was "ami
Jackson," in the political nomenclature
of that lay. They met in debute at Lit
tle Rock. There, was an ininieiiso con
course of people in attendance, and
party feeling ran very high. The dis
cussion became personal, and Critten
den at the eloso of his second speech re
marked that he "trusted no gentleman
would utter words in the heat of debate
toward him such as could not be tole
rated by the code of honor." (Jon way
retorted in a torrent of bitter invectivu
ami jtersonal dcniinchUion. Crittenden
briefly and calmly rejoined: "Your lan
guage, Genera! Conway, admits of only
one answer, and that, you may be sure,
1 will make right speedily." A hostilo
message was sent the same day, and the
meeting arranged for the "following
A vast throng had collected to wilncH
the duel, for there had been no attempt
made to conceal it. Hen Desha, a son
of Governor Desha, of Kentucky, was
Crittenden's second. There was some
delay in settling the preliminaries, at
which Genor.'tl Conway became impa
tient and excited, while Crittenden re
mained perfectly cool, stretched quietly
on a blanket, with his .eyes closed, as
though he were sleeping" Finally tho
principals were called to their positions.
"The spectators," says an eye-witness,
"at a glance contracted their aspect ami
bearing. Crittenden inherited the no
blest of human forms, with fair hair,
blue eyes, and a lofty countenance,
frank and open in its expression, and
wearing the seal of death-defying brave
ry. He stood cool, collected, and un
concerned, like, a rilleuian about to firo
at a mark. But Conway had a stern
face, eves dark as night, ami his look of
indubitable courage was perceptibly
tinged with revenge. At length Desha
gave the word in a voice that rang over
the hill like the peal of a trumpet
'Fire! One -Two Three!' At tho sound
'Vire!' Conway, raided his weapon and
drew the. trigger. His bullet grazed
Crittenden's breast und cut a button off
his coat, without more, injury. But
Crittenden waited until the la-t echo of
the word 'Two,1 and then his pistol ex
ploded. Gni. Conw-ay dropped, to tho
earth like lead. The ball hud pierced
his heart." Criltenden died of fever a
few years after these events.
An invaluable strengthenerfor tho nerves,
muscles, and digestive organs, producing
s'rcngih and appetite, is Brown's Irou
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will be. given some entcrpriseing man
iu Tn h nii.i.KTi Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, iong time
and low rate of interest. The building
lias rented for the past year for
Jil'ty to siv-tw.t dollars per month.
The piuK ; ij i on.-ists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three storv 40x()0 and a
two story 1Gx4.5. His a frontage of 50
feet on Washington avenue and 150 fee ton
U'th street. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac, in the 'J story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or Jol u II Oberly, Bloom
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SE II It YHO AT
CAIRO CITY KERRY CO.
THREE issSC STATES.
On and after Monday, July 41. Mid until further
notln .the ferryboat flime State will runui uear
an ponalbleou tic following time table:
mavis Latvia LUTii
font Fourth at Mlasnnrl Land'g. Kontucky Ld g,
. m. 7:11) a. m. " 7::iia. m.
H im ' H:UU " it: so
lii:.H) " 11am " n :il "
'K'P. m. ii: Hi. m. 3:iiiit. m.
Linvn Leave Leave.
Font Fourth it. Kentucky LiPg. Ml'iouri Land'g.
I 111 p. m. 4:an p. tn. tt:W p. m.
Ou lal trln leaving Kentie k v landl ng at 4 :H)o'clock
p. tn , the boat will go to lllrdu Point, making con
nection wltb T A St. L pg enger rain for Cairo.
Firattrlput il.'Jn a. m. leaving Oalro, Will conuect
wtlhT. A St. I. train leaving Cairo.
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as the most delicate, grateful and natural
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kmorioiLilli Tra.t flr.,Dr. PrlM'a rmi Balli
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IN THE WOULD.
lt alouc tiHiios
stipulating that tlio contract of Insurance "ahall
Lot be uiHUUted" after It la three yean old,
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on receipt of latlFfaclory proofa of death.
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abort and simple Conn used by the Bouitable with
he long and obHiiure cotilrucn loaded dowu wtlb
technlcalitlei laaueil by other compamual
Its CASH RETURNS
to policy holdera are
U np recedou ted.
N. It. See the many lettera from pollry holdort
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