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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MOANING. JUNE 15, 1870.
NEW SERIES NO. 304.
. City Officers.
Muyor-N.B. Thlstlewood. '
' Treannrer Edward Dezoal.
Clerk Oeunt. J, Folev.
Couinelor-Wm. B. Gilbert. ,
Marshal J.C.LaHue. ' .
Attorney Wllllata Hendricks.
I'ollcc Maglstrute-J. J. Bird.
HOARD or ALDVIUIItK.
First Ward-Wm. O'Callahsn. M. J. Howlev.
i Becond Ward David T. Llnegar, C. K. wood
ward. Third Ward-W, P. Wright, Egbert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charle 0. I'atlur, James Kynnston
Filth Ward-T. W. llalllday, Krucst II. I'cttlt.
Circuit Judgc-O. A. Uitrkur.
Circuit Clerk J. A. Keuve.
Caunty Judge K. H. Yocum.
Conuty Clerk S, J. llumm.
County Attornwy W. C. Mulkey.
County Treasurer A. J. Aide n.
Coroner It. FttzneraiC.
County Commlsslonors-T. . llalllday, M.
Browu. Samuel Brlley.
AFhlCAN M. E. yoarecntb. street, hetwrea
Walnut and Cedar street; service Sabbath 11
u. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday BcuooMdU p. m.
CniUSTIAN-Eightecnth street; meeting Bab
bulh W:3U p. m. ; preaching occasionally.
nnriiCH OF THE KEDEEMEU (Episcopal)
KJ Fourteenth street; Morning prayer, (bulihath)
lu:3u a. ra.; evening prayer. : I. ni. : babbatb
school a. m. Iter. St. J . Dillon-Leo. Rector.
THIRST MISSIONARY BAIT I ST CHUHCH.-
X Preaching at 10:o a. m., 3 p. m., ano i i-
t?ubbih achool at 7:30 p
Uev. T. J. Shore,
LITHE RAN -Thirteenth street: services bb
bath 11 a. m. and?:) p. m.; Sunday school Ma.
Rev. Duerschner, nator,
METIIODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut streets;
Preaching Subbath 1(1:39 a. m. and 7 p.m.!
t.ruver meeting. Wednesday 7:) p. m.: Sunday
School, 8 p. m. Ret. A. V. Morrtsou, pator.
"I JKEKBYTERIAN Eighth street; preaching on
1 Sabbath at 11:10 a. m. and 7:3) p.'ru.; prayei
meeting Wednesday at 7:p.m.; Sunday School
at 3 p. m.
Kev. B. V. (ioorge, pactor. )fr
OECOND FREE-WILL BAITIS i r iiieeuiu
O ftrwt. between Walnut and Cedar street; ser-
vice) Sabbath at 8 and . :30 p. m
'T. JOSEI'H-S-(Roman Catholic) Corner Cross
and Walnut streets; Service gmiui
m.; Sunday scnooi ai p. w.;
vice every day at e p. m
rm t 4Tijif.ir-ujn.imn futhnHe Corner Ninth
O n'tr-'et and Washington avuuue; service Sab
ZZ.Z ' ...a i.i . .., . v...,...H m m.: Snnduv School
a n. m aervlce, .very day at b p. m. Rev. t . Zabel.
CAIRO cm FERRY CO.
THREE iL STATES.
Oa and after Monday, June 16, the boat will make
the following trip:
Foot Fourth at.
T a. m.
11 a. m.
4 .ill p m.
3 p. m.
MlMOurl Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7:m a. m.
: a. m.
11:;W a. m.
li: V) a. m.
8 a. m.
lo a. m.
3 p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. SMITIIEIIS. KHeivor
SIIOHTEST SHORT LINE RETTEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
ThrnnL-h ExnreM leaven Cairn :t.' a m
Thriu.-h EprecmirrivLdiit E.St. Loulx.. 5:ip.m.
Thronuh Expru-i leave E. St. Louia.... :(u.m
Tbroirli Exprem arrived ut Cairo 5:10 p.m
Mti ml: vaboni accommodation leaven Cairol:! .'.p.m
Mii-pli'velioro Acc. arrlvva at Murjihyeboro ti:4.' p.m.
Murphvfboro Acc. le:ive Murphyi-boro. .. 4:15 a.m.
MurplivKboro Acc. urrive at Lairo W 45 a.m.
The Cairo 4 St. Loul Rail Road la the only all
Hall Route between Cairo and S,t. Loul under one
management, tlien-foro there are uo (lelny at
way nation awaiting connection from other line
l lone ami ure cnuuecuoi!" ai oi. i.ouip imumm
line for North, Eut and Wet.
J. A. NAt'tiLE.
CAIRO & YINCENNES R.R
i'l "IirrQTIIE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
i 7 AfTT XT'C! THE SHORTEST TO LOCIS
i( 311LriO YIl.I.E. CINCINNATI, BAL
TIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
"i I AFTT TC THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN;
6h MlLtjO APuLIS.l'HlLADELrillA.NEW
YORK AND BOSTON
SIX HOURS SAVED
Over trains of all other route maktuK tho amo
ti7 raenccr by other route to rauko counec
tlu mut ride all nluht. waillna from one to lx
hour at mull coiiutry tatlon lor train of con
T V W V AT H V T? TH E FACT and tako our 4 -Ah
iLiMrjMl)LtL , m, trntn, reacblua Evan
ttllo, Indlnnapoll. Cluclimiitl and Loulillo amo
day. Trulu leave and urrlvu ut Cairo a follow :
Mall leave J.:li m'
Mull arrives ...KROUp.m.
Through ticket and checks to nil Important
F.' a! MILLER ROHWJtLL MILLER.
Gen'l Pn. Agent. General bnp t.
L. B. CHURCH. PnsBongor Agent.
JEA IimKLE.iN. B. TIIISTI.KWO0D, J. 11. MooitE
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. 105 and 137 Commercial Avecuo,
' CAIRO ILU
nrLlbfml Advnnoement road on Consltfn
meiitaofTobacce. Hoar, and Grain.
ItTABcnU for Gear, Hcott Co, throshlnR m
fhlnss. nortahlufsw mill and thrwbinu onalnes,
Agent for Champion hftrvostlng maehiaei, mower.
ua reapers, ...
Corner Twelfth Street.
E. A. BURNETT, Proprietor.
Of all Descriptions at Lowest Prices.
To Order on Short Notice.
Letter Heads, 10 and 12 Pound
Xote Heads, 5 and fl Pound.
r.ill Heads, Hand 10 Pound.
Statements, 5 and 6 Pound,
Bills Ladinar, 10 Pouud.
ALL FIRST-CLASS PAPER.
Envelopes, Tags, Cards,
"VVUito and Colored
-r-""vOrnTr."R T A TTTIT?
IS YOL'R BLOOD I'UKEr
Now this I an Important quentlon, for without
iiiru nnd wholeomu blood them can bo no Der
feet health, and without
Ife I a mere- burden and waato. For Imuuro
blood the bet medicine known U
ScoviU's Blood Purifier.
It la the great Southern time tried and trnc rom-
dy, and may be Implicitly relied on,
WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE FAILS.
Take H In the Hnrlng time. OMieclally for Im
pure rccretlon of the blood incident to that
-ea&oriof the year; and take It
AT ALL TIMES
For Cancer Scrofula. Liver Comnlalnt. IWeak-
ueH, Boil, Tumor, Swelling, and the thou-
and 111 that come from impuru oioou.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.
COLLEGE PLACE.NEW YORE.
BARCLAY BROS., Wholetale Agcnti.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
UREKA! EUREKA J
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE LVSUE-
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society
Organized Ju!y lltli, 1077, Under the Lav; sol
the Suite of Illinois. Copyrighted July
9, 187", under Act of Congress.
WILLIAM STRATTON, Fresidsnt.
Mrs. P. A. TAYLOR. - - Vir-E-PnEstDEXT.
J. A. GOLDSTINE, - - Tiieasviier.
Dr. J. J. GORDON, Med. Advisor.
THOMAS LEWIS. - Secretary.
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
J. J. GORDON. Phvlcian Cairo, 111,
Mr. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
School, Alexander County "
Mm R f WilMi Vnrii.tv Rrnrlcet Store. ' "
j. A. GOLDSTINE. of Goldmine & Ro-
enwater, haleaie and Ketau Uealere
in staple and i ancy Dry Oool " "
N. B. THISTLENNOOD. of Hiukle 4
Th t ewood. Commifcion Merchant,
Cotton nnri Tobacco Factor " "
S. D. AYERS. of Ayera fc Co., Commis-
on Merchant " "
THOMAS LEWIS. Insuruucc Manager
and Attorney at Law " "
WM. bTRAlTON.of Stratton A Bird.
Wholesale Grocer " "
GEO. M. ALDEN. Commllon Mer
chant. 78 Oh o Levee " "
JAS, S. REARDEN. Agent Mii!ppl
Valley Trannortatlon company " "
IIARRISON HOL'PT, Watehmaker and
.leueler " "
C1IAS. H. STL'ART, Wholeale and Re
(nil ltv uuuup nan uiiuiie..
EDWARD A. Bl'DER, Maunfacturini!
Jeweler and bolenale Dealer iu
Watchmaker' Tool and Materia'..... " "
EDWIN R. EGNEW, Proprietor St.
Char lintel "
IIAZEN LEIGIITON, Commicsiou Mer-
Dr. EDWARD R. ROE. U. S. Marha
Southern District Illlnoi Springfield, IU.
Mr; S. A. AYERS Villa Ridtre. "
Dr. R. S. BRIGHAM. Phyflcian.. Indianapolis, Ind
JAS. il. OtLATi. Keai i,tate
AL'ent Keokuk, Iowa.
Kev. DA ID C. tLLS. .MetllO(llt
Mlnlftcr Grand Junction. Tenn
J. R. Gl'LLEY. Merchant Meridan,Mi,
PROPRIETOR OF SPR0ATS PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. '
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Between Washington anil Com
mercial Av., adjoining Hannys.
T'EEPS for sale the bct Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
I IV Lamb, Sausage, &c, and Is prepared to serve
families In an acceptable manner.
NEW GUN STOP.
NEW GUN SHOP
. Commercial Ave.. Ofposlto Seventh st.
CA.IIIO, : : : ILLINOIS'
Guns, Pistols, Safes and Locks Kepalred.
Keys matte to order.
CHOKE BORING ON BREACH-LOADING Gl'KS
I v.1 wo!k trnarantood satisfactory, at cheaper rtw
wbtalaod at any other place la tne
Hay aBoton phyalclun, "ba no equal a ft blood
purlller. Hearluu of it many wonderful cure af
ter all other romcdlc had failed. I vWltcd the lab-
ratory, and convinced myielf of lt Runuino merit.
It i Prepared from bark, root and herb, each of
w hich 1 highly effective, and they are compounded
In inch a manner a to produce antoi.Uuliig reiulu.
I tho great blood purifier.
Will cure the wort caie of Scrofula.
It recommended by phydclau aud apothccarle.
Ha erected ono marvelous cure la caaei of
Curei the wont case of Canker.
Meet with wonderful uccen in Mercurial diacaeei
Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the ystem.
Remove Pimple and Humor from the f ice.
Cure Constipation and regulates tho bowels.
Iii a valuable remedy for Iloadaclie.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Restores the entire ystcm to healthy condition.
Remove the cause of Dizzlue.
Relieve Fa:ntne9 at the Btou.uch
Cure Pain In the Back.
Effectually cure Kidney Coiup'.aiut.
U effective In Its cure of Female Weaknesses.
Is the peat remeny for General Debility.
tS TUE BEST
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Yejctiue is Sold Dy all Druggists,
IJEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AXD EETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX THE CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and I
c. o. PATIER & CO.
FL0UE, GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiffbest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Dry Goods anil Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenne.l Pnlt'A Til
Comer ElKhU street t VOllVf XU.
For the Sunday Bulletin.
H'OUSnTEO UV :
BKADIXO THE rOEX "NOTOISO BIT
LEAVE" BY I. A. M.
And thus I walk lu the beaten way, ..
Hearing my burden of leave '
While the happy reapers pus me by,
Carrying their golden sheaves.
I boo before me life's barvent fields,
Hpread uuder the snullt skies
Ouly a gleaner with Held of gold,
Before my enchanted eyes.
And I hear tho happy reaper's song.
As on to the fields I puns
Where the serpent with his cruel fangs
Lurks down In the waving grass.
GUmptes I catch of thesolden grain
'Neath the festal kies of morn
I reach for the prl.o oh! cruel fate,
From my eager band His torn. .
Nothing hut leaves at the set nf sun?
I strive all the laughing day
For Just one sheaf of the golden store
I trlvo 'til the twilight gray.
Who chides that I paused in shaded nook
To cuol my fvrth bcowi . .
Who elilde that I culled the fragrant bell
Bemoaning my foilurp nowt
Who will say of me, "She did not heed
The 'Lord of tho harvest'' calif" .
As wearily with my wlther'd leaves
I prostrutu before him fall
Who knows while stumbling along the way
How my fervent prayers srlso?
Who rays the Lord of the btrvest bear,
And will never heed my crbs !
Thistle and weeds grow rank la my path
Thorn pierce my feet en the woy
'Midst shadows dark have I trust deceived
Ohl what will the Matcr say!
The reapers go singing home, dear heart,
Bearing their golden sheaves
Oh! precious thought! the Master knows
The heaviest bnrjlen Is leave I
Leaves that have blistered the gleaner's band
fu the harvest field of Uf t -Leaves
that have bruised the gleaner's heart
. fco weary now of strife.
Badly I look on my withered leaves,
S.nce heaven I know 1 Just I
Oh! Master, reach down Thy tender arms
And lift me out of the dust I
FROM THE FEDERAL CAPITAL.
THE GRANT BOOM WEAKENING A DAM AO
INC. Kl'MOK THE SILVER KILL, ETC.
From our Regular Correspondent.
Wasuington, Juno 12, 1879.
The Grant movemcnt'appears now not to
be a Grant movement at all, so tar a9 Gen.
Grant's own inclination is concerned. I
have frequently said us much in this cor
responilence. Within the last few days the
fact has received the most undoubted con
firmatioa in various ways. Many of the
general's warm personal friends have de
clared that he would not again enter poli
tics; and it is well known that all whose
friendship is worth anything have advised
him not to allow his name to bo used. The
Grant morcment has been tho child Of
those friends of the general who made
money out ot his official favor, and thirst
for government patronngc oain. The niah
who is more than any other Gen. Grain's
trusted friend aad councellor, Geo. W.
Childs, of Philadelphia, has spoken for all
of the cx-prcsident's best friends, in the
opinion that Gen. Grant not only has noth
ing to do with any movement looking to
political life in the future, but has no intcn
tion aud uo desire to be president ngain.
A personal friend of the general, an ex
members of congress, from New York, ex
pressed the prevailing sentiment, when ho
told mc yesterday that tho enthusiasm for
the general and tho proposed reception on
his arrival home had no political siguifi
cance, but was the result of personal re
gard. "So lorn? as Gen. Grant holds his
present lofty position," he said, "lie will bo
the most idolized of America's public men.
We all love him and delight to houor
him. We propose to go to San Fnncisco
to receive him. But wo understand and
Gen. Grant understands that this is not a
political feeling at all, and it will not do to
have it so represented. JTouc but political
bummers are trying to' make it appear so.
Tho fact is, were it to turn out that Gen.
Grant or his friends mean politics, tho
movement would tall flat, not because Gen.
Grant would not have a largo following in
any movement, but becauso it would bo be
liUling a grand demonstration in honor of
the man. It Would provoke opposition
from tho very men whp most desire to
honor him, and the movement would prob
ably prove to be a grand failuro becauso
the people expect Grant to hold his present
placoin their hearts as tho most distin
guished of American citizens, and don't
want to spoil the charm by pushing him into
the dirty arena of politics." This man
speaks for all of 'General Grants friends
whose friendship is disinterested, and tho
ring politicians who arc pushing tho Grant
movement as a political on will find shortly
that tho general will givo thorn cold com
fort in their selfish efforts.
I do not credit fully tho report that Sec.
McCrary's confirmation as U. B. Judge do
ponds upon tho President's approval of all
tho bills now passing congrosa combining
appropriations tad tho political legisla
tion. Doubtless several senators havs,
threatened him with' deftat In caso ha ad
vises the president to Teto them, but they
are very few who would carry out this
throat. The Secretary If personally the
most popular man in tie cabinet, - and he
has no enemies in either party in the ' son-
ate that I can discover. Ho will event- '
ually bo confirmed.
The senate yesterday by its vote against
taking up the silver bill effectually destroyed
all hope of tho Greenbackers in their plan
for financial legislation this session. The
silver bill was tho mildest of their hobbies,
and that failing of course the senate will
not consider any other. This will satisfy
the country, for it is vory well established
that the great requirement of the time ia
rest from financial legislation.
Of course all tho appropriations pass the
senate substantially as they pass the house,
although the Republicans may discuss the
supplemental judicial bill which mullifles
tho election laws before sought to be re
pealed. Many assert that the president
will veto that bill at least, but novertholess
the great majority inclino to the belief that
congress will adjourn next week.
Why will toc allow a cold to ad
vance in your system and thus encourage
more serious maladies, such as Pneumonia,
Hemorrhages and Lung troubles when an
Immediate relief can so easny bo attained.
Boschec's German Syrup has gained the
largest sale in the world for the cure of
Coughs, Colds and tho severest Lung Dis
eases. It is Dr. Boschce'8 famous Germarj pre
scription, and.is prepared with tho greatest
care, and no fear need be entertained in ad
ministering it to the youngest child,' as per
directions. Tho sale ot this medicine is
unprecedented. Sinco first introduced thcro
has been a constant increasing demand and
without a single report of a tailuro to do its
work in any case. Ask your drugsrist as to
the truth of these remarks. Large size 75
cents. Try it and bo convinced.
The Rose Red of Lemon's Dyes made
by Wells, Richardsoit & Co., Burlington,
Vt., is not a more desirable color for dyeing
silk, cotton or woolen goods, than the yel
low, scarlet, purple, blue, marooh, violet,
black, crimson, green or brown, out of
which colors can be obtained to any ex
tent. Every lover of tho horso should read the
following notice from the Western Sport
man and Livestock News :
"A treatise on the Horse and his Diseas
es," by Dr. B. J. Kendall of Enosburgh
Falls Vt., is a book that every owner of a
horse should have, and no breeder of hors
es can afford to do without. It has thirty
five engravings illustrating positions as
sumed by sick horses, and gives treatment
of diseases in such plain and . comprenen
sive language as to bo readily understood
by any one of ordinary intelligence. The
price is only 25 cents but we would not
exchange it for any book on the horse and
his diseases that we have ever seen, and
we have some books ot the kind that cost
1 10. It contains a large number of receipts
any one of which is woith double tho price
of the work. The book may be had of tho
author as above.
Refulgent Faces The kindling health
asserts itself in tho countenances of those
who after suffering for years with kidney
or liver diseases, combined with constipa
tion and pain from piles, arc restored to
health by taking Kidney-Wort. It removes
all morbific secretions. Your druggist
THE NORMAL SCHOOL AT CARBON
DALE. From the Marlon Frees,
Carbondalo lias u state normal school
located within her corporate limits, and
the good people of that village are com
plaining terribly ubout the management of
that normal school. They have issued a
long address to tho governor, tho legisla
ture und tho citizens ot the great state of
Illinois, stating what tho trouble is with
the normal school. They assert that the
school is under the complete control of a
certain sectarian school ring; and they
now want the opinion ot the peoplo and
the press of tho country as tn what is to bo
dono about it.
Better late than never. We ore indeed
happy to know thht tho peoplo of Carbon
dalo have discovered at last what other
peoplo havo known for several years that
there is too much sectarianism and politics
mixed up with tho Southern Illinois Nor
Ever sinco the organization of that school
at Curboiulale the wholo management of
tho institution, from president down to
janitor, has been uuder the exclusive con
trol ot tlio Ju. i. cnurcn; auu tno only
qualification necessary for any applicant to
possess in order vr secure a position is tue
tact that the applicant is a member ot tno
Northern Methodist church and votes the
We, like tho citizens of Carbondale, are
inclined to think a radical chango in the
management of that institution, tor which
tho peoplo regardless of religious ideas or
political beliefs havo paid so much money.
should bo brought about at once. The peo
plo havo long since grown urea of the
manner in which tho Carbondale Normal
has been managed ; and, if things are not
changed, tho Illinois Legislature will put a
stop to it by refusing to appropriate any
nioro ot tao people s money to keep up any
particular political party or religious or
ganization. Such came near being the
caso with tho Legislature just adjourned.
Ocn Australian trade Since the es
tablishment of tho Pacific lino of steamers,"
the trado bctwoen tho United States and
Australia has increased wonderfully, and
Hall's Balsam, for coughs, colds and all
lung diseases, Is now a regular article of
export to that country, and ono of their
taplo'iaodicuioi. V ' ,- ,