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GENERAL DKLIVKIU opeifYau .m.; clou;
:3Up.ni.; Hunday: 8 to t a. m '
Money Ordur Department open at 8 a. m.; cloaca
at R tt. m.
Tui-oujjh ExproM Malla via Ullnole Ccutral and
KiMHlanlppI Central Railroad eloao at 12::t a. rn
Cairo and Poplar bluff Through aud Way Mail
deat 13:30p. m. '
Way .Mail via Ullnoia Central, Cairo ant Vln-cennt-a
and Mlaislppl Central Railroad eloee at
:4!S p. ).
Way Mall for Narrow Gauge Railroad cloaca at 8
Cairo and Evanavllle niver Routo cloaca at :30
p. m. duliy (except Friday).'
R. It. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
trains AiinrvK. tiuim depart
wi... 4:( am. I Mall :lua.m.
txprcaa 2:00 p.m. Expreaa 6;U0 p.m.
CAIB0 4 VINCKXSESR. It.
'lull 10:00 p.m. Mall 4:13 a.m.
CAIRO i ST. LOUIS R. R.
'Eipr'-'M p.m, I Exprcxa a.m.
Accom datlon p.m. Accom'datlon p.m.
CHICAGO. ST. LOL'IS AND SEW ORLEANS H.R
fprea ll:iKia.m, Epn- 3:00 p.m.
Mail 10:80p.iU. Mall 5:UUe.m.
Tciaantprc... 8:40 a.m. ITexaa cxprcaa. 8:15p.m.
Aecotnmudat'n.. 8 :30 a.m. !
Mayor-N. B. Thialltwood.
Tnaaon'r Edward Ik-aonla.
Clerk-Dennla. J, Kolcr.
Couneelor Win. B. Gilbert.
MarahalC. I). Arter.
Attonn-v William Uendricka.
Police Maftiatraus J. J. Bl(d.
BOARD Or ALDKKXt.
First Ward-Wm. OTallanan. M. J. Howler.
Second Ward-David T. Linear, C. It Wood-
Third Ward-W. P. Wright. Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward CharlM O. Palti-r, Jumea Kynaaton
Filth Ward-T. W. Ualliday, Erneat l. Pettlt.
Circuit Jtid?o O. A. Barker.
- Circuit Clerk J. A. iUnvea.
Consty Jud.'w It. S. Yocum.
CoULty Clerk S. J. Hutnm.
County Attorny W. C. Mulkcy.
County TruaauMf A. J. Aideu.
Coroner R. Fitzarerajt.
County t'ommlaaionera T. W. Ualliday, M.
Brown. Samuel Brlley.
AFRICAN M. E. Fourteenth atreet. between
Walnut and Cedar atreet; acrrlce Sabbath 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 1:30 p. m.
nHRISTlAN'-Ei(htwnth atreet: meeting Sab-
lUL'RCIl OF THE
Uuramic graver tsabbatli
J Fourteenth aireet
... . i.wnlnu r,r vt.M
cvenlnif prayerm ?:3 p.m.; Sabbath
acbool i a. m. Ktr. St. J .' Dilion-Lee. Rector.
T.-'IR.-T MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIfRCU.-
T Preschinsat li:ia. m., 3 p. m.. aua 7 : p. m.
hablmth achoul at 7:30 p. m. Kev. T. J. SUorea.
IITIIEHAN-Thlrteenth atreet; aervicea Sab
j bath II a. m. and 7i) p. tn.; Sunday achool Va.
ta Iter. Uueracbner, bator.
METIIOPIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut atreet ;
I'reaclilug Sabbath 10:30 a. m. and 1 p.m.;
prjrer mix-ting. Wcdniwdar 7:) p. m.; feuuduy
bcliuol. 3 p. m. Iter. A. F. Morriaou. paetor.
1)RESBYTEIiIAN-Elshth atreet: preachlnj on
habbaih at 11 sw a. m. and 7:' p. m.: prayer
rneetluj Wedneiiar at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. iu. Rev. B. V. tieorje. paator.
SECOND FREE WILL BAPTIST Fifteettlt
k5 atreet. between Walnut and Cedar atrevta; aer
vicea Sa'ibatb at 3 and ": p. m.
ST. Jos El'H S ( Roman Catliollri Corner Cro"
and Walnut trwt: aerUrea S'itptu 10::a.
Bi. : SJuriay School at x p. m. ; eaper 3 p.m.; ier
Tlcea every'duy at i p. in.
CT. PATKU'K'S- Roman Catholic) Corner Mnth
O atreet and Wai.hiui.1on aveuue; ervic-a Sab-
Datb 8 and 10 a. m. ; eapera 3 p. ni. ; Snnday Srhtxil
2 d. hi. : aervicea every day at p. m. Rev. P. Zabel,
QAIUO CITY FEHRY CO.
THREE isSi STATES.
LtAVCa LIAVU LKAVU
Foot Fourth it. Mlaiourl Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
8 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8 a.m.
10 a.m. I0:)a. m. 11 a.m.
2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3 p.m.
p.m. 4;00p.m. 8 p. m. '
PROPRIETOR OP SPR0ATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BYTIIE CAR LOAD 0RT0N, WELL
PACKED FOR SIIIITING.
Car Loads a Specialty
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
I)twHn 'NVMhlnstton and Cora
merolnl A v., adlolnlns llnnny
rrppnu f, .nlmhn heat Beof. PnrU. Mutton. Vail
JV I. utub, Hauaa. lrc., aud U prepared to iun
laoiui man Kuepmui luauuvc,
Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Atomic I
Corner Eighth atreet (
JfEW MEAT MARKET.
SiuTiof the Buffalo Head.
No SO. Ohio I
KOEIILEE BEOS., Proprietors,
A full anri rnmntot. annntv rf .ha nmt .f n
kludameat alwaya ou hand. Ordera Oiled at any
uour, uay ormifut.
LEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. BROSS, Prealdent.
I. NEKF, Vlce-Prtaident.
H. WELLS. CaKhler.
T. J. KEirrU, Aaaiunt Cashier.
Broaa. Cairo; William Klnpe. Cairo:
ter Neff, Cairo; William Wolf. Cairo:
M . Cwu-rloh, R. L. Illlllnpaley. St. Lonln;
Under. Cairo! .1 V M..n,..,n V'ul...l,.i
aa. O.I'alier, '
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE. Ex
ruaure ao!d and bouirht. Interen paid In the
-ititf Uepartmebt. Collectioua made and all
iii" promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Chartfred Murrh 31, 18C9.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
NTEREST psld on depoalta March lat and Pep.
mediately t the tirinclpal of the duDoiilc. thereby
giving theta compound lutereat.
t3T thlldrrn and married womn may deposit
money and no one else ran draw 1L
WALTER IIYSLOP, Treasurer.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. P. UALLIDAY, rrealdent.
II. L. UALLIDAY. VlcePreeidcnt.
WALTER UVSLOP, Cashier.
aTAATB TATtnn. W. P. nALLTOAT.
ISIIT L. IIAl.I.imr, R. H. CTNMNUUAX,
D. WILUAM.-dN, ITlrUEN UlllO,
U. II. CAVDKB.
Exchanie, Coin and United States Boiids
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Detioalta mrnlvitrt an1 a piinrn1 hanlrlnfr tin.lni.a
NEW GUN SnOP.
II. E. ttCK, .
NEW GUN SHOP,
Commercial Ave opposite. Seventh at.
CAUtO, t t t IXI-INOIS-
Guus, ristols, Safes and Locks Repaired,
iej s aiaue to oruer.
CllOKE BORINO ON BREACH LOADING OUN8
All tMimn""""'" " pnnnmviMi ;(bivii apt '
i..... . U.i iilllltlnurl M litu ttli.iaa lilimn tat tttj nlla
WHOLES ALK WINES AND LIQUORS"
WUolcaale and Retail Dealer In '
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Winos of all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
MHHHtM PMYTI1 fO. hare constantly a lares
.hwk of thf bet g'da III the market audjrlve
, wpWiittou lh vvuol..l branch ,Ahe
CAIRO. ttLINOIS. THUBSDAY MORMTO. hay 22, lm NEW SERIES-NOsT
IS VOUH BLOOD Pl'Kfi?
Kow thU in in Important quentlcn, for wltboiv
f . i. , t ' . u'"ou mere tan ue no per
fuct health, and without
life la a mero burden and waite. For Impun
blood the beat medicine known ia
Scovill's Blood Purifier.
IMa the (front Bonthe'rn time tried and true ren
edy, aud may be implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take ItintheBprlnstlme. eapedally for In
pure aecretlona of thu blood tueldunt to Uai
aeaaonof thoyear; and take tt
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula, Liver Complaints, Weak
neai, Holla, Tumor., HweliinK, and the thou
aaud ilia that come from impure blood.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.
8 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(i) BARCLAY BROS., Wholesale Aecnti.
BOOTS AN'D SHOES.
Manufacturer and dealer la
BOOTS AND SHOES
Alio dealer In
The Best, Rand Made Boston and St.
Louis Boots and Shoes.
Work done to order on abort notlee.frora the very
tK'it material and a good fit guaranteed.
LEAVE ordera at my aaop, on Eighth atrpct, next
door to Jake Walter', hiijn ol GOLDEN BOOT
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Manufactnrcr and Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Leather and Findings
o. 50 Commercial Ave., Bet. Flfu and Sixth Sts.
ceps constantly on hand a lar?e assortment of
Gl'Il!a linrl I.H(lli HMitii .nrl mTwia. ftf nil .tvl.t.
Cincinnati liund made work; sold cheaper than
i:r uciuiv. buu cueapur tnaa luce gooue can oe au
Alao. always ou hand a larje stock of Leather and
indinjja of all description, sola very close.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Tin, Sheet-Iron ami Copper.
COOKING & HEATING
Tinware and Hollow wave of every
Ucerwart'a old stand, on Eighth street.
Itooftne and Guttenn" a aue'cialtv. All kinds
of work aklllfully aud promptly performed and
price, mauc satiaiaciory.
Jesse IIInkle, N. B. Thistlewooh, J. u. Moor.B
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Sos. 1'3 and IT! Commercial Avenue.
friPT.nii-irfii Advntipfifnimta marla nn
luvuis vi lUDovvvi riuur nuu viruiu.
. n.l. tn ...... t -..!..
kVAffcnt for Goar. Scott Co. throh -r ma-
rliiniial twl alii tn mmxu mill Hntt tliraahmrt JL ' 'R'sV
Affi'iit iorChtnploD harvcctlni; macbiuot tnu.vri4
CARPENTER AND CONrWOR.
JOHN A. rOOR.
Carpenter and Contuctor,
BIIOP ON TENTH STREET,
(botwecn Washington and Walnut.,
Estimates on buildings, on losses bj fire
or otherwise made ou short notice.
ALL work Intrusted to him will rccelvo prompt
attention, and will be executed In a aatlsfactury
Horsei boarded ly tho weelt at reasonable ratci.
GOOD HORSES AND BUGGIES
At price. Iu mit tho timer Cilvc mo t call
THE VERV BEST MEDICIXE
Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Ma. R. H. 8tkvE)WT0!,'N- Kmmci7. l7.
Dear bh-.-Op,.,, roore j ,ak (fc
king of Medlcliiee, Veyetlne. Wuen I Iwiran to
Ind woniJ laott.tTt;,!t ',l M a mlMt effect.
point. Hlnee I beiran to take Veratln .lmn.i .u,
r Zm , i k (Lrui no most
' whih' tuUily until the pre
SSSdV. .??' my former health.
iwa." . n". "a man could be and live.
;..7iTr . ,ur e'K"' moutha. aud given ud
lV.7iU hTei.ht a . ulKUl "10utt",, and given u
?. etora. aome of tU moat aktl
mi in iiih at,. m . .... . . .
A .OHaeaTiTrlnX luer ,alu 1 M lovera
fllaeuscB, iucIudluK consumption, heart dlaeaaa, and
ief.i .h ' ala,,t reorf- ur0K'" "e through
f. n.1 r ?" m llfe slnc In? " begin
to Improve. I havo made a atudyof diaeaae, and find
the cauae of m armriiimi tn hive iu,n ikinrui.
or Indication, and I alao find thRt live caaea of
"'""' '"every aix. are eaecta or the aama canae.
W hen the food la not properly dilated In the atom
acn, itbecomeaa polaonona, putrid maaa. which ia
absorbed Into the blood, and by that ie conveyed to
all part or theayatem.canalnv'ymptoma nf dlaeaaa
!n any oral ui Un oranao the bodyj and if tdia
eauaa la not remoTed, theae aymptome become in
time organic dlaeaat-a. I hav eiveo Veeetlne a
thorough teat in m.nun.uu .,7 .i. is......
many of my acouafntancea, and find it to be the
very beat medicine extant for Dvapepala or Indleea
tion, oue of the aymptoma of which ia uaually tho
belief that you have aome organic diaeaae. I am
well known In the towna of Goflatown. Wearc, aud
kewton.of thlaatatelN. H). andean mrnlah an
i iniUla, V.c co"obortlon of all theae atatemeuta.
I vlll willingly answer any letter or Inquiry In re
ga:a to my own caae, or the uae of Veeetlne.
tiv.. Voura truly, A. J. lil RBECK.
11 eoetihk ia taken rcjrnlarly. 'accordlnB to dl-
wiU fJllow care of
rc.aif.Slr,MFor,h.e,lfll,tflneca ycar". durtn? the
? u.' i Mlly aud Ju"e-1 bave bwn amictedwith
vjiat the doctor called Aathma. It waa very dia-U-sin?.
renderinu ma mUerable, aothat I drt-aded
iacotuiuiron. 1 waa recommended to nae Vcire.
Die. 1 took two bottle before 1 expeiced the al
ack, and was cn:iruly relieved. I feel Grateful to
egetlne. jNO, T. raliNUEK,
v 11 Greek at, Phlla
h....n i.7- . ..j ' " wno
"- uu imiuiui aunerera
Pimples and Eruptions
of the Skill.
II R. Stevrxs:
My mother has used ynnr valuable niediclne'-Vcir-ct:ue.
for Tetter and Eruptions of the skin, and
uu ronnd.ifreat rclier hy the nso of it. I can rcc
onniend itrfor such complaints.
I A tit I"'ir,l,T .
Oet. 20, 1ST7.. Uaiontown. Union Co.. Kt.
Humoi's oii the Face.
Ia thlscondltlon of the skin, tho Veoetixc is the
creat remedy, aa it acts directly upon the blood.
It cleanses and purifies the blood, thereby causine
hnmora to disappear. By Internal treatment all
liupnllti-a are thrown out. Veuetime gives good
rirciilutlnn tothn h iuvl ...ll,.vi.. i
cojiije. eaorjranl.nl. re.toriug the health, giving a
1J. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Yfgetine is Sold By all Druff?ist3,
FLOUK, GRAIN AXD1LY
Egyptian Eloimng Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
5 w 3
S e a
JEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Ie Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY
GODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Corflnsteenth atreet and I
oataisrvlal Ave, f
o. patier & oo.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
" LiVEnrooL, May 21, 3:30 P. H.-Whcat
dull-Winter, 8s Ud9s 5d; Sprinr;,
78 fldgSs Cd; California average, 8s Cd
uau, uuuiurnm C1UI), US 1(1(U3 OU. Cora
new 4s 3d4s 41.
NEW VORK GRAIN.
New York, May 21, 12:10 p.m.-Wheat
quiet-No. 2 Chicago, $1 05l 00;
No. 2 Milwaukee, fl 06; Red Winter,
l 081 17; No. 2 Red Winter, $t 16
1 17; No. 2 Amber, fl 10. Corn-quiet
Steamer, 44; No. 3,44; No. 2,45
CDICaOO CRAIX AND PR0DCCE.
Chicago, May 21, 10 a. m. Pork -June,
P 52K9 55; July, 3 029 OS.
Corn-June, 30 j July, 3737; Au-
gust, 3737. Wheat-June, $1 00K ;
Chicaoo, May 21, 12:00 . Pork-
June, 9 CO; Julyi 9 70. Corn-June,
30tf; July, 374'. Wheat-June, l 01;
Special to the Republican.
SpitrxoriELD, Ills., May 20. Both-
houses full, and a general determination to
close the business ot the Thirty-first gener
al assembly with the last day of this month
business was prosecuted with a vigor here
toore unknown to this assembly. Thd
house this morning disposed of eighteen
important measures, killed three,
and passing and concurring in senate
amendments of others, the maior
portion ol which were appropriation bills
and by the time the noon recess was taken
within $15,000 of half a million dollars had
been taken out of the state treasury! This
business began with the opening of the day's
session, and continued without a stop until
near 12 o'clock, when one of those
"pesky'' appropriation (Johet penitentiary)
bills was reached, appropriating $50,000 to
that institution for exponses already incurr
ed, part of which the opponents of the
measure insist and show was made ia vio
lation of the constitution and law, when
a halt was called and a fight ensued, the
Democrats opposing and using the
same arguments to defeat this
ag they did a similiar appropriation last
week. This matter was debated at length,
when the friends of the measure found
they could not pass the bill, and it was re
ferred to a select committee of three, ap
pointed by the speaker, as follows: Messrs.
Wilson, Pearson and Graham, to examine
into the matter and report as soon as prac
The senate this morning almost unani
mously adopted a joint resolution provid
ing for a sine dio adjournment on Saturday.
May 31. The general opinion is that the
house will concur in the resolution
and the legislature close with an
even fiye months' session.
Special to tho Timet-Joarnal. .
Washington, May 20. The silver bill is
the bone of contention in the house. Its
friends were badly frightened to-day by the
passage of an amendment offered by Marsh.
of Illinois, which provides that the charges
lor converting gold and silver bullion into
coin Bhall bo the difference between ;the
market valuo at New York city of bullion
and tho legal tender value of coin. It was
not believed that the amendment could be
carriedjas it practically destroys the force
of the Ireo coinage clause, and when the
silver men realized the danger that threat
THEIR PET PROJECT,
they moved for an adjournment in order to
gain ,time. Judgo Buckner will proba
bly offer a substituo for tho entire bill to
morrow, which, amonir other things, will
provide that tbo diflcrenco between tho
valuo of bullion and coin shall inure to the
government, and that ' tho secretary shall
coin not less than $1,000,000 per month.
It is believed that such a bill will find
friends among somo of the opponents of
the pending bill.
jcdok dillon's resignation.
Tho New York Tribune, of even date,
states that Judge Dillon's resignation has
been tendered and accepted, but inquiry at
tho department ot justice fails to confirm
it, although there is little doubt that it is
looked for daily. Among the names men
tioned for the vacancy is that
f Socrctary McCrary, who, It
is understood, desires it, and to whom the
president would tender It were it not for
his great reluctance to make any changes
in bis cabinet. Were it not for this there is
but little doubt as to whore the honor would
fall, and as it Is, there as a strong probablU
ity that the president may forego his de
sire to keen his cabinot Intact in order to
confer it on one whom he regard," as one of
his wisest counselors and Iftfest advis
ers. '. '" ' 1,1 "
DBVBtls' RULINO' 1
Tho ruling of attornfj tfoaorkl Dwaa
ou uio contract between tho government
and Captain Eads, has been submitted to
tho cabinet, and it will probably rcaulf
in a delay of further payments for Jetty
worn until the secretary receives another
report from the board engineers. The at
torney-general holds that the contract pro
vides that tho depth agreed upon must be
shown to exist above as well as in the jet-
A PARTING SHOT.
It now appears that, notwithstanding all
the speeches that havo been made ia con
gress on tho existing differences between
the executive and tho legislative branch of
tho government, tho Democracy havo re
solved on giving the president a parting
shot in tho form of an 'address" to the sov
ereign people, which will be an answer to
the veto message, and a defense for the part
they have taken in the present Imbroglio. The
house judiciary committee have been wrest
hng with this subject for somo time, but
failing to agree upon the exact wording of
it, it was finally decided that thd rjancr
bullet should be fired off by the National
Democratic committee and should ho o
formulated as to embody tho leading issues
on which the next political campaign is to
be fought. Chairman Barnum is here to
assist in tho. preparation of this address,
which ho say3 will cut into tho Republican
ranks like a Gatling gun.
NEWS FROM WASHINGTON.
Special eorrrapondence of The Bulletin.
Washington, May 19, 1879.
The senate and house had long sessions
on Saturday, the former discussing the leg
islative bill and the latter the Warner
coinage bill. That is the history, too, of
nearly every day ot last week. On Jloa
day the vote of the Ladd bill came into the
house, and on Tuesday was disposed of,
and thereafter Mr. Warner and and his
friends pushed their measure with extraor
dinary persistency." It is believed they will
get a vote soon, and that tho bill will fail.
The legislature bill, too will have it
passage and its veto this week. There is not
much disposition among Democrats to send
to Mr. Hayes, after he vetoes the bill,
the so called political sections in a sepcratc
bill. Ho would simply veto them. The
better way for congress is to furnish gov
ernment temporary supplies, and adjourn.
In December, before which time the princi
pal elections will be held, congress can re
new its struggle, and then the wishes of
the people will be better known than
There is an interesting controversy in
congress over tho public printing. Gov
ernment owns aa enormously costly office
here, and it is presided over by an appoint
ed officer. The aunual expense of tho
work amounts to millions of dollars. Tho
bill which now causes consternation Is one'
which provides that the senate shall elect a
suitable person who shall have chargo
of the work and shall do it for at
least ten per cent reduction from
present cost. While the Republican party
was in power in both branches of congress
tho system of doing the work was repeated
ly changed. They adopted all tho provis
ions of the present Democratic hill except,
of course, that which cuts down expenses.
Too much can hardly bo said in praise
of Senator Thurmun's speech on Thursday
last. Its ridicule of the two vetoes was of
Senator Voorhees, who sought and re
ceived a position on the library committee.
has in this short scssioa done much in its
interest. His last success was securin" au
thority fcr the employment of three more
assistants for tho librarian. The cnormoua
and rapidly increasing library of comrress
is very acceptably managed by Mr. Spaf
tord, but tho aid now given has long been
noeded. Tho appointments will bo made
L'udor the regulations now made nearly
two years will bo consumed ia payments
under the arrears of pension bill. All the
payments could be made as well in six
months, but tho secretary of the treasury
seems to regret paying out money which
goes to people other than land holders. '
STIMCtATS THE SluoOISH KtDXBVS In
addition to its tonic and cathartic proper
ties, Hostettcr's Stomach Bittors, exercises
a beneficial influence upon the kldnevs and
bladderwhen they are inactive, by stimu
lating them to renewed exertion, thus re
opening, as it wero, & Bluice for the
cscapo of impurlos whoso remilar
chanal of exit is the organs' of
urination. Among these are , certain .
abnormal and inflamatory elements, pro
ductive of irrdparabte lnjuiy of the system
if not entirely expelled. The kidneys and
bladder themselves are also benefitted by
till itimulous, as their Inactivity h usually
M preliminary to their disease and disorgan
ization. Thoy also experience, in common
with other portions of the system, the' po- '
tent inrigoratirt effects of the EUters,
which furthermon corrects disordered ooa . "'
tt&i of tea ittmjch, bowv