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I1TTI1IU fHiju iininiitittiii
of the leading busines bomui whose advertise-
uiuius uiaj on louna in mi uuu.kTlN,
C. O. Patler & Co., Commercial avenue sad Nine
(). D. Willlamaon A Co.
Yocum Broderlck, Wash. Ave., cor. Eighth.
T, J. O'Luuii'iUn, i'uplar, cor. Twentieth.
Dr. J. II. Marfan ; office, 140 Commercial avenue.
urs, Lcaca n heeler, iif titu ittrect,
Dr. W. 0. Jocelyn, Eighth near Commercial.
Dr. K. W. WhlUock, Uncommercial aveauo.
Kobt. Smyth, No. 60 Ohio levee.
II. II. Candee. No. TltOhlo levee (uu stairs).
Euultable Life, of New York, coruur Twelfth and
Y aablitgton avuuue.
DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Geo. X. J' Liar a, Eighteenth and Commercial.
Alexander County Pauk, 8th and f omnicrrtal.
City National, Oblo levee.
Champion. Three State.
John Buroat, corner Twelfth and Levee,
E. C. Ford. Corner Ninth and Commercial.
' EKEUAL DELIVER! open f.M a.m.; doeel
yj 6:Jp.ru.; Sunday: 8 to V a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; cloaei
i u. in.
Through Exprea Mailt via Illlnol Central 3:40
kHa.lminiii Central Railroad close at 9 P. m.
Cairo and Poplar Bluff Through and Way Mall
closes at 1 p. m.
Wav Mall rta Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln-
ceum-i and Mis-llpt Central Kailroada cloae at
Way Mail tor Narrow Gauge Railroad cloaei at
a. 5.1 . m
Cairo and Evaasvllle River Route close at 2:30
j). m. daliy (except rnaav).
Mayor N. B. Tbistlewood.
Traurer Edward Dt inula.
Clerk-Dennt. J. Folev.
Counaelor--Wm. B. Hubert.
Marshal J C. Lalluo.
noni or aluihm.
i?ih tr . ..1 i .1 ii.iiImv
Second Ward-David T. Llncgar, C. R. Wood-
'Vhi'rJ wMW. P. Wriirht. Egbert Hmltb.
Fourth Ward-t'harle u. l'atler. Jamei Kynaton
Mh Ward-T. W. JJauiday, trneit p. reuu.
Circuit Judiro D. J. Baker.
Circuit ClerkJ. A. lbjve.
County JudireR. Si. Yocum.'
County Clerk S.J. Humm.
County Attoray-W. C. Mulkey.
CountvTraurer Mllea W. Parker.
bberi(f John Uodire.
County CommlMlnner-T. W. Balllday, J
, U. Ulbtx. Samuel ltrilcy.
M. E. Fourteenth atreet between
I'alnnt and Cedar treet: service babbatn ll
a. m. and 7:J p.m.; buuday bcuool l p. m.
URISTIAN-ElKbtoenth itreet: meeting Sab'
j bath 10:) p. m.; preaching occasionally.
CtniTRCU Of THE REDEEMER Eplcopal)
J Fourteenth .trwt; Bundav Morning prayer.
1Q:0 a. m.: evening prayer. 7 :90 p. m.; Sunday
chool :SU a. m. Friday evening prayer . :M p. m
-twsT vmHtON ARY BAPTIST CflUKCH.-
t Preaching at 10:30 a.m.. p. m., and 7:J0 P. m.
Kabbatb chool at 7:30 p. m. Rev. T. J. Shore,
a rrnifRAVTtilrinth itreet: aervivet Sab
I a kaik I sui a m : Hundav chool 1p.m. HeV.
i Enappe, pa tor.
T f BTHODIST Cor. ElL'tHl' ana viamui ureei.
p.rt.imf Hahhath to:.) a. m. ana 7 p.m.
raver meeting, WeU:iely i:ao p. m., ouuuay
chool, U a. m. Rev. Whltuker, pastor.
Eighth treet; preaching on
X Habhath at ll:W a
m. ana 7 ::i p. m.j prayer
meeting Weduewlav at 7:30 p. m
:30u. m.; Sunday Bcnool
at 3 p.m. Kev. B. l . Oeor
Kev. O. I Vjeore, panior
FREE-WILL BAPTIST Flfteetth
O atreet between Walnut and Cedar itreet ;
vice Sabbath at 3 and 7 :W p. m
.insKPH'S-wRomaa Catholic) Corner Crow
O and Walnut atreet : tervtre Sabbath 10::)0a.
m.; Sunday School at i p. m.; Yeper 3 p. m.; er
icea every day at 8 p. m.
ST. PATRICK'S Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
atreet and Wellington avenue; fenricca Sab
bath and 10 a. m. ; Veaper 3 p. in. ; Snnday Schotd
i p. m. ; ervlce every day at S p. m. Kev. Ir . Zabel,
TVIS.0. H. LEACH & E. I). WHEELER
IIorau'iatliic Physician and Surgeons,
Will peri'ortn all operation and treat dleae of
any nature in uri;vry. vmce: no. 10, &i;iiiu
atreet Cairo, III.
y" H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
L)IBce 140 Ui amvrclal avenue. Rcldnce corner
Fourteenth St and Vahlugtou avenue, Cairo.
T)R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Oprtci-No. m Commercial
Ightb and Ninth Street
)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
PICK-Elghth Stroet. near Commercial Avonue.
T A TACJ lln" 10 $W0(with atool, cover
XixlMJlJ n1 All nrlctly flrTt cla
inn oltl at. u-hiilnan n r,ii.t.nrv
Ice. Thoe nlanoa mailii nun itf thn rtnuat Hta.
Uy at the contennlal exhibition, and were utinn
ousiy recommetiuerl or tlio hlflieU honor. Tho
uaretirand conlnlu Mathimliuk' new Hnnlex
erirnn cale, the greate! Imnrovemeiit In the
htory of piano niaklim. The nnrlcht are the
est In AtnerWa. Catulogue of 4U pae-nmllod
IUBILEE OHGANK, tho bpt In tho world. An
top organ only im; m top, !r,-wlth all tho
ii aim not imiirovemeni, pooius power
th, brilliancy and avmnathetlo aualltr of tmiu.
autil solo elUict and perfect atop action,
ild walnut raaea ol beautiful deln and vleynnt
lh, Circular free. All I'lano and Origin out
llii dnj'uttrlBl-frlKhlfretflf iinaallarnctory.
pon't fall to write us be- Al)1 4 TC1
miyinii, Positively UIllTilln
Ilia bust hartfp.il, a. Vc.yJMyXXJ
b and wureroom, 671 h Street and Tenth avouuo.
IKKT UlTTHm . ono thlrJ price
- kj.v l aUHOKim 01
e piece icntforjc stamp. Addre,
ndelssohn Piivuo Co,, Box 2058, N, Y.
JlaiN Ulb ChP TR AL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. louis and Chicago.
The Only Line Running
g; DAILY TRAINS
-tf rom Uairo,
Makino Direct Covn F.m'rnv
TaaiNa I.eav Cairo:
3:15 h m. Mail.
Arrlvlne In St. LoiiinUnKim rMn avin
onnectiiiir at Odlu and ErHnKham for Clucln
nutl, Loulavllle, ludianapolia and points Eat.
11:1(J a.in. St. lunula and Wostcrn
Arriving In St. Louit 7:05 r. m.. and eonnpetlni.
for ail point West.
4:CJO p.m. JViBt Kxnreaa.
For St. Loula and Chicago, arrlvtnR at St. Louis
y.m., una t uicjO i -VI Ul.
4:UO p.m. Cincinnati Kxpress.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:() a.m.; Lounvllle 7:20
ui.; inmanapoiii' i:w a.m. ramiencera hy
tin train reach the above point 1 'J to IJU
uwi ua 'u auvunce oi any otuer rouie.
rTh 4:- D. m. eor.' tm Pt't.f Miv
hLKEi'INU CAH ('him l.l Cinrlnn'! u,lthn,r.
chanife. and through alee; era to bt, toula antl
Fast Time East.
P-lCiinTirvQUL! hy thll line go through to Eat
x ii.in,uhnn erD points without any delay
canned by Sunday Intervenlnir. The Saturday after
noon train from Cairo arrive In lew York Mon.Uv
morniiiKdtlo:a.'). Thlrtr-lx houra In advance nr
muf uiuer route.
tFor tbrouifh ticket anil further infi.rmtl,in
appiy at uunot temrui Kaiiroad Depot. Cairo.
JAs. JOHNSON; J. 11. JONES.
(icn. Southi-rn A Kent Ticket Azent
a. n. itAssos, oeu. i'a. Agent. Chicago.
CAIRO ct ST. LOUIS R. R.
II. W. 8MITHKK8, liK?iver
SHORTEST SHORT LINE BETVZEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Exprei leave Cairo 9:30 am
Through Kzprea arrive at E. St. Loaia.. &:4p.u.
Through Kipre.a leave E. St. Loun.... :(j.m
Tbroutcb Expre arrive at Cairo 5:10 p m
.uurpnytrioroaccommodationleave Cairo 1 :) p in
.Mii'pnyatMiro Acc. arrive.at Murphyvboro 7:SHp.m.
Murpbyboro Acc. leave Murpbynboro... 5:00 a.m.
MurpbT'boro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 : a.m.
The Cairo i. St. Loula Rail Road I thi nnlr all
Rail Route betweeu Cairo and St. LouU under oue
management, tnererore there are no delav at
wav itation awaiting connection from other'llnea.
Cloeand ure connection at St. Loui with other
line for - ortn, tnt and w est .
L. M. JOHNSON.
ATTTr) T. MISTSPPT U'v
JlllU tM 11 li .
TIME TABLE OF PASSEXOF.It TRAIN'S FROM
yixcexxes (No?. 20, 1879.)
No. J Day Exprea (Except Sunday).... 1:30 p. m.
o cure itxcepi snuaay). i:t.p. m.
4 Night Expre (Daily; .li:30 a, ui.
No, S Expre (Except Sunday) A:')J a. tn.
1 Day Expre (Excei)t Sunday).. . S:5op. m.
3 Nlk'tit Expre (Daily) lr.'ja. m.
J.R. Ci.akk, C. S. Conk. Jr., .
Agent Ylncenne. uen. Ticket Ag't Clnclnnart
WARNER'S HAFK FILLS are an tnimeolatP
stliiiulii for a Torpid Liver, and cure fostivenem.
Dyspepsm, illliouaness. Billon Dlnrrhiea, Mala
rla, Fever and Aue, aud are useful at tlmedi
nearly all I)leiie to caue a free and rejuliir ac
tlon of tho Bowel . The bet antidote for all Ma
larial Folsou. Price, -."jc a box.
WARNER'S SAKE NERVINE tiulcklv rives
rest aud sleep to the sutrerluff, cures Headache and
euraiiri. prevent r.ncyuc nis, ana n tne
best remedy for Nervou Prostration brought on
by exceive drlnhluir. over work, mental shoc.kJ
anu oiocreaiise. it relieve tne rams ot all
piseas, and I TOver in urou to the vtem
MaadaateAaa-a lfkui...,AfH w....i..J
Bottle of two l.cs
'4rlce, 60c and t.(W. ;
'UD UD.Vvl Wll i.UMUCr
; i, Warner's S aff
Reniodies are soldi
by. Druggists and
Dealers iu Medil
n. II. WARNER CO.,
RocimsTKR, . N. Y
IVSend for Paniohlal
luo iciiunouiai. i
Great chance to make mon
oy We need a person In
every town to take subscrip
tion tor lue largest, cheap
est and best illustrated
family publication In the
world. Any onccin bocomc a nccesi'nl acent.
Six elegant work of art given free to ulicrlber.
The price I to low that almost everybody sub
scribes. One agent report tuklng ISO uhcrlhcr
In a duy. A lady agent report nuiklng &m prottt
In ten diiyi. All wboeUKs'e make ruotiey fust. You
can devote all your time to the business, or only your
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I kid' J (I'll JL
: " " -ul-Il. N o
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oairo. Illinois; Thursday morning, july 22,
SICK HEADACHE !
We Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieved
And Can Prove What we Claim.
tyThere arn no failure and no dlaappolnt-
menu. If you are troubled with SICK HEAD-
ACHE you can be eaatly aud quickly cured, aa
hundred have been already. We hall be pleated
to mall a heet of tetlmoulal to any Interetted.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
Alo cure all form of Bl!louncM. prevent Constl
Satlon and Dyepepiia, promote Dii;ettlon, relievo
liitre from too hearty eatlug, correct Diaordera
of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Regulate
the Bowel. They do all thlt by takiua Just oue
little pill at a doae. Tbey are purely vegetable, do
not srlpe or pure. aud are a nearly perfect a
It la posnlble for a pill to be. Price a certa, 5 for
91. ouiu or ariiggini everywnere or ent by mall
CARTER MEDICINE CO., ERIE, PA.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Daily Bulletin.
BV Carrier. O.O Ppr Wppfc
COLLECTED WEEKLY, or
&10 Per lear, SIO
If raid Yearly or Semi-Yearly
The Weekly Bulletin.
A 48 Column S Page Paper
ISSUED EVERY MONDAY.
SB O O In Ad vant-e SB & . O O
To CLUBS of FIVE or MORE,
It.SO per Year.
The Bulletix Bindery
Of all Kind?.
STEAM JOB OFFICE
.11 Kinds of Job Work
Estimates furnished and orders from
abroad promptly attended to.
'I wo-Mieet, Full Sheet, Half Sheet,
and Quarter Sheet Posters and
iTogrammes, in Black or Colors.
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Note
Heads, Statements, Bills Ladiug, Show
Cards, Business Cards, Ball
and Wedding Invitations, Book Work,
: Etc.. Etc., Etc.. Etc.
"FOUNDRY, MACHINE SnOP AND
L STEAM FORGE.
VrnrHTST TT?n- WAro
91 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. ILLS.
John T. -.Ronnie,
HAVING established hi work at the above men
tloned place is better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Steam Engine and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tool, the
manufacture of all kind of Macbluery. llullroiid
45 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Dr. C. MoEANE'S
iil V JJilt Jl UuLb
the ills that flesh is heir tvY ta a
i uuui ui mo ijiver. an.i an iimmiia cnm.
plaint IWpsia, and Sick Headache, or
diseases of that character, thev
out a rival. ,
AKJUlu AISU lJBVEIt.
No better cathartic can be nsnd nronnm.
tory to, or after taking quinine.
a.a a sinipio purgative tliey are unequaled
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS.
The penuino aro ntwr ..,,, r.n,.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid
with the impression, McLane's Liver P11.1..
- i t
?sjso'tam of c
HTInsuit upon havimr the Limine Dn.
C. McLane's Liver Pius, prepared bv
i Lb, JUJllx UL.US., i'lttsburgli, Pa.
the market being full of imitations of the
name MoT.. B.1(.lln,l ,liffi.i i. .
The Promoter and Perfec-
tor of Assimilation.
The Reformer and Vital-
:r ui iue D1..0U.
, the Producer and Iin ig-
The Builder antl Sipport
er of Brain PowV.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF
U compoaed of inzredlent Identical with thoao
whii-H ..in.itir,tta llaMtl. Ul..n.l . ,..
amd Hrain Substance, whllt life luelf la dlrectlv
oaeuiupon eorae oi mem.
y it union with the blood, and it effect nnftn
the Biuc'ea, re-e.tablljhlng the oue and toning the
other.it la caoab o of ettectinir thn riinwin7r
It will displace or wah out tuberculou matter.
and tbu cureconaumntlnn
By IncreaHiuir nervous and mnacnlar vlirn. it
wui cure ayepepia, reenieor Interrupted action of
me Henri ana paiuii&iion, weakneg or Intellect
caused by irrief. wean', overtax nr irreirnlar hal,lt
bronchiti. (acute or chronic), congestion of the
lung, even In the most alarming at-ige.
It cure amhma, loe of voice, neuralgia, St. Vitug
uauce, epileptic nt. wnoopingcough, nervouauea,
and I a mot wonderful adjunct to other remedies
In'HUMainiug llle during the procea ofdiptheria.
Do not be deceived by remedies beanne a lmllar
name, no other preparation la a substitute for thla
Look out tor the name and address. J. I. FEI..
9, M.oonu, d.. on tbe yellow wrapper iu
btl'n?he'iightlllch U wn hy Dlt the wct
LOWS. St. Johu, N. B., on the yellow wraiiDer iu
SOLD BY ALL DRUQ0IST9.
SYMPTOMS OF A
l'fTTP'''''1'- nanx'a. bowel cotlve. piiln In
tlie ln-Hii will) a il'ill
1-IIHUlioU in Hi.
paui uiiiler llle !i.iulder-hlaili fnliiii-s nl'ler eat-
ui);. wiib a dilni:iiimii(nr loTTcrUoiioOiiMlv
mind, irntaWmtv of
U'liiper. low snlrilH. Iom
mmiiory. wita ,i Uenuol' linvintf tienluei,
tt'liv, wenriue. Jiv.iii.'hh. llmierlti.r t it.
diits iieiiire Hie eves. velllnikTnT
n al nit: in. Itiijlily eoloreil urine.
If these warning live unheeded, serlon diseases
win aoon ue iievi'iiipeii.
TL'TT'S PILL'S are esoeciallv arinnt,.,! tn .,mh
cases, one dose effects uch a change of feeling a
luariuuipu iuv euuerur.
A Noted Divine Says:
Dr.Tutt:-Dcar Hlr; For ten year I have been a
martyr to dyoepu. constipation and oilea.
Last spring your pills were recommended; I usod
them. I am uow a well man, have a good appe
tite, digestion perfect, regular stool, pile uono,
uu nio kbiuku nirt.v iohu(is oi fiesn. 1 Hey nre
worth their weight in gold.
1JL-T ,1 T
uu?. . u oi.Tii-3i.in, l.otlisvuie, ny.
Thoy Increase the appetite, and cause the body
to take ou Mesh, thus the system Is nourished, and
hy their toulc actlou on the digestive organs, regu
lar stool are prodacod. Price ! cnts. 85 Mur
ray eireei, n, i.
T-U-TT'S II AIR ' DYE
Orav hair or whisker chanced tn a ul,,o. ),Uilr I
by a single application of tin dye, It Impart a
Offli - e, 35 Murray Street, New York.
fthnVH. No fin a '(tatn full tn I ll
make money fust. Any one can do the worir. Yon I
can make from (We to fl an hour by devoting your
evening aud spare time to tho business. It cost
noiniugioiry me onsinns. Nothing like It for I
mouuy making everoffered before. Huskies pleas-
act and strictly honorable. Header. If vntt want tn
lynonorablo. Header. If von want to 1
know all about the best paying business before the
public, .end it your addre and we wil .end you
M"11 llcular 'and private term. tVee-IiampV.
worm .i aiso tree you can then make np your
wo, roniauu, raame
ft-4 i to jisioo a year, or $ to removed his children lrom tho training
I hlHlN" school, whore, with several hundred others,
WUJ Vfl? they had been sent to bo educated, and that
BIT? J iRTl'M
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
STREET SCENE IX KANSAS CITY
Kansas City, July 20.-Mrs. Saruuols.
the mother of Fiauk and Jesso James, is iu
the city, and to-day she and Cupt. Gcorgo
ci..i i i ........ . r
memorable occasion of the alleged killinc
i n .
ouesse James. bhcpUerd was standirxr
on Main street- not exnfinri
W . r o r
cS'bye ZZ ZtZ
I . Bi as the irrepressible
airs. (Samuels, whose notoriety is hardlv
less widespread than that of
outlaw sons. Mrs. Samuels has been in Kan
v m aw. HVbUllVUg
sas uty several tiniGs r nm th Rhnr
creek sensation, but she and Shepherd.
tiiougu almost happening to bo thrown to
Petneri stiIl kept apart from each other.
The first words the old woman said to Shep-
nerd, approaching him entirely unawares
ana fearlessly, were: "You killed Jess!"
ner eyes and whole manner indicated deep
motions ot anger rago, which she was try
in 10 rePres much M possiblo. So sud
den was tf'e woman's assault on the famous
guerrilla captain that Im fnr minnn .o
" " mmh, nuo
it f ,Li! suarJ- rd 1,eaitated to rep,y
rea(ilIy' but U ouy a moment for
hephard to take in the situation, and he
repueu, cs, madam, I did,' in severe but
cool politeness. Mrs. Samuels oecainc verv
much airitated at th
niada. Hor t,n f,n, 0f.ii...i
7 7 D"'S":u nisiani-
V.'eyes blazed and pointing her finger
and Bhaking it in Shepherd's face she ex
claimed, so people all about could hsar,
'Yes, and by the Eternal, George Shep
herd, I will have you killed 1" Shepherd,
seeing a crowd rapidly feathering around
the scene, and not wishing in h ava an
public an exhibition, requested Mrs. Sam-
' - W UU T J BJ
uels to step off to one side and thev could
,iave 8 private conversation. The old wo-
man, restraining her feelings as much aa
possible, acceeded to the suggestion and
she and Shepherd had a long private con
versation, sometimes very bitter and then
again milder than one would suppose. Mrs.
Samuels affects to believe Frank James is
dead, and laughs at the recent rumor of his
presence in ilus locality. Shepherd, how
everi empliatically of opinion that Frank
r , ... ...
"""?s 18 'ymg arounu ins mothers hoase
that thev have lately mot An, Mra Hm
' UUI' iait-v met ana airs, tsam
I UgIh' nrnsnnpA in rba ittT nn,l !.. -i.:
. r " . 7 ' "uu ucl
mvvk iwlu iuu.aie3 Bumciuing unusual in
iNEW lonK, July 20. When tho watch
mg doctors saw Dr. Tanner gaining in
weight on a diet of ice water they were
ready with their explanations, but to-day
when the discovery was made that he was
two inches shorter than he was when ho be
" " uu uo
k'an fasting tllcy were for moment dumb-
founded. At the outset careful measure
ment showed that he was five feet five and
a halt inches tall; to-day equally careful
measurement showed that he
barely Ave feet three and
half inches in height. The doctor's ex
planation of the curious fact is as follows
There are twenty-four bones in the spina!
column, and between these bones are 23
layers of carttllage. There are no blood
vessels in this cartillage. It derives its
substance from absorption. Consequently
when the supply of food is cut off these
layers of cartillage are the first portions of
tho body to suffer. These are capable of
a shriukago of one-quarter of an inch in
thickness, so that a man might lose as
much as threo inches in height from this
The fasting man is apparently in excel
lent condition this evening, although he is
somewhat fretful. His weight is not ma
terially changed since yesterday. The
usual tests show his condition to be nearly
normal in tho most important respects.
ADVICES PROM 0E.. HATCll' SPOTTED TAIL'S
Washinoton, July 30. Col. Hutch
sends the following dispatch from Santa
Fe, New Mexico: "Latest ta that hostile,
have taken many horses from ranches near
Chihuahua, swinging around that city in a
circuit of about thirty miles. Arrada, an
old Indian tighter, who has fifty men with
him, says most of the hostiles are forty
miles southweast of Galijas, some distance
north of Chihuahua. They go into Galijas
to trade. They are not killing people. I
think they will cross below Quitmann.
Fivo Iudiaus croMed July L vv!' nnuk
uiiiuu in luutviuK iui mum iruui iti i aso.
In the cabinet meeting to-day the in-
tenor department submitted information
iiiut a' iuiivu Altai rill mil uinnui inikmi iiiiii
tal oril1fUi1 1-w1 a inainlla JltiAMt.i.Aa.i.1
. - " 1 "
tho part of tho rest of the tribe, who are
... ... j,... ' , , , ,
n,,Auua lu luutmoM, nun uuvo uppuatea
tlm nrnal.lnn a. annnA nvn
" ,v u
and appoint a new chief over them.
enOT BT i B AIUIOAD CONDL'CTOlt. ,
Indianapoi.ij, July 20. Douglass Mite-
NEW SERIES-NO. 335.
hell, freight conductor, was placed under
arrest this afternoon for tho attempted mur-,
der of James Coonrod of this city. Cborj
rodisabrakeman on the same line that
Mitchell works on, but upon boarding
Mitchell's train at Hoyraour last night he
was compelled to pay fare to Columbus. At
tho latter placo there was quarrel over the
matter, and Mitchell shot his antagonist
through tho body, as he claims, in self-de-fence.
The latter is dangerously hurt, but
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semi-monthly meeting to-day. Several
roads reported to the commission that they
were ready or had settled differences with,
shippers tt which complaint had hereto
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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL UNI
Carbon-dale, Jackson Co., III., July 5. '"
The seventh academic vear of this inH.
tution will commence Monday, September
0, 1880, and will continue, with a rer-Pa vf
two weeks at Christmas, till Monday May
20th, 1881. The session will bo divic.,.,1
into threo terms as follows, viz:
Tho fall term for th first M.,n,i ;
September, fifteen weeks. A recess of two
The winter term berins .Tan. S,J issi
and continues ten weeks to March 11, 188l'.
The spring term begins March 14, 1881,
and continues eleven weeks.
I lie special session for teachers ocenn
prior to the fall term, beginning Monday,
August second prox. and will continue five
The same able facultv will continue tn
give instruction and administer discipline
as me last year, it is not too much o say
none abler can be found, and the building,
apparatus, library, museum, and general
facilities are the best in the country. Eight
hundred students can be accommodated!
ino cU'sign. is to fit vountr .
uieu ana women fur tho
work and duty of teaching, and of course,
incidentally for all the affairs of life. Our
students by hundreds are in the country
and are testimonials to the worth of the in
stitution and the influence of the training
they have received. "
To those pledging themselves to teach in
the public schools ot the state tuition is
free, but a charge of 3 and $2, per term is
made for incidentals, such as paper, ink,
pens, etc., for the daily expenses of the
school. To others tuition iu a nominal
6ini is charged.
Access to Carbondalo is easy, and the fa
cilities for board are excellent. In good
private families the price is from $3.50 to
$5 per week. Young people can arrange
for boarding in clubs at 2.00 and can pro
vide for themselves at $1.50 per week.
Citizens ot Southern Illinois will find a
school in their midst which will educate
their children better at homo than it can
be done abroad, and, (takinsr into account
the cost of travel,) at considerably less
prices than are promised elsewhere. Almost '
any study wanted by anv student can be
pursued every term, and certainlv even-
one within the year.
Carbondale is beautiful- healthful, intelli
gent and moral. No better placo in the
United States can to found for a srhool and
every attention will be given to make study
a success to those who attend with an ear
nest purpose to improve
For further information or for circulars
send to the principal Robt. Allyn, L. L. D.,
Secretary of Trustees.
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