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"BULLY FOR GRANT I"-" I IV
Tbt president hat appointed Mr. Fair
man, tbe civil service reform cindldat,
deviate from the clvll-iervlco rules In ap.
pointing to office in cmo of vacancies.
To adhere itrlctly to these rule would
necessitate the appointment of Assistant )
Hair And lolld jewelry mnde to order.
postmaster of Philadelphia. The entire SccrcUry Richardson to the poiltlon of. D for 11 lr ,ond ftl ,JJ
press of the country, Radical and Opposi- secretary of the treasury when Houlwell , lor? ' m'
Hon, applaud the act-all .pl the Chi- go into tbo senate, and Bancroft Davl. to Hyacinth gl... In ""' for
,..lL... which savs Cameron and bo .ecretary of .tate when Fish gee. Das l IIabtmam i.
'" ... ' abroad ns minister, at It is
0() Orant arranged the nutter 10 that Came-ithought h(j Rnd tfje -p. , ScAKCfiLoc,, ltcm, ye,terday. A
00 fm'a president might obtain tbo atiplauso ntnimn! nt .lam.s S. Benedict i i'prlcW' In thn riinorlar's neck It what
W . i . I TLI. t. . 1- . - T.. . I W II . f . 1 . I . ! .
23 01 ml enemie . inn ii i went uiuio .oi ;o lucceeu Jir. vonneiiv ni iui'tui " i crenieu ioe scarcu .
00 condemning a eood act. What need we ! tbe port or lorK, wnoio aeputy ne
,.r.whrihn mntnuriuMourDathno1'- Grant sincerity In this matter
111 1 ...... kArt.tih i ta.! nH 1
If be docs that Ii enough. A. long ai he ,m of oplB,OB lbu 0 the main he will
tp- remains In it, let Ji all say "Bully for i tIcjj t0 lrie ruie which he ha advocated.
IN rl.anHvt nnt U Kprv imrt .nit rtornr. Anil this
.lonx S. DcxiiAM'a yeat powder for
purity and itrcngth Ii unequalled. Try
it, and you will uie no other.
Tiianksoivino Bikds The moit ei-
. .. ' - . . ... t.i e J... -Ill
The president has, it Ii laid, expresied ctvll-wvicj reform U acute plan to rM scmia. .eiuro. tu.k.B.....b
, , , , . , ..,.. ux. himself, to a great eitent, cf the power of . not bo lacking In Cairo Two carloadior
hi deilre for universal amnesty, and bli . . . . . T , . . , . ..... i...
V. n.J i n.ni l,i Kim tr .l.termlmt four nrL-nv orrlvp.l In town VelteruaV.
I I J.lxnlli.lini, ,,i Asv1i1t f A thtt rnnl. n f "
Tears izq w in uv wiu iuuuiuc(, uu
the South i but the Dcmocrati who hare ( N t(t W4, ;rw iB tke pfMUentinl chair
been raging about the Kadicalism of tbe be required their akl, and In lelectlng from
IIli.lctis declare, with emphaiif, tht among them, he cot the worst of tbe lot ai
Grant is no man- - that be is not In fTor hi adrher. With tbe clvil-servlce rules
ofnmneityaud don't want to conciliate j in fl'w' the employe of the government
Haiv. AI IIowo, Iniarance agent at
St. Lonli, repreientlaj the Andea and Trl.
-aph, k In thU city on buinn.
A Homb. Judge Mnlkey hat re
lumed from Shawaeetoara, where he hu
been engaged tn profetilonal builnen.
Thi Dcit. The wind blew the duit
about In every direction yeiterday, and
walking wa rendered very unpleaiant In
Thi C'itbtal. Tbii finely appointed
aloon, complete In all iti details, appear!
in our columni to-day with a card. Read
it, and drop In occailonally at the Crystal.
Holiday Toy. Phil. Saup, the con
fectioner and dealer, is now receiving bit
tock of holiday goodi the moit oaten
live and complete stock of the kind ever
brought to Cairo.
E. fc W. Bcdkr have at;;preiont the
"! l Z T .i,. I E Bcdkr have at ;preiont me
Call and examine the pianoi a the gtock ,
Itev H II. Thy.rt .nd S P . heeler .. J Jh
St. Louis bell treble manufacture. .,: , J . ;
ll-22tf. N. P. Curtice, Agent.
Pkrons wishing any atyle of hair
lewelrv, or solid Jewelry, to wear for tbe
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which they will sell at .prices that defy
Knabe's and Bauer's celebrated pianoi
and organs are on exhibition at E. dt W.
Buder'i, the former having taken tho first
premium at all the principal state fairs
the loutbern people. Our Democratic !..... ..." ....... holldnvs. would do well to call at E. fc
friendi may be right. We hope they are eot llicm lbeIr Mositlons, and naturally Huder s, manufacturing jswelen.
not , but this li u very uncertain world, ' enough they would support Grant for re- Stbve, tho bar-keeper, hai opened a
and white men, including presidents, are j nomination, as bis rc-olcction would con- flno saloon in Louis Blattoau's old stand,
ju.t a. uncertain Nevertheless it seems ' tinuc them in PUco- T,1U, ,n,le"d of where can be found, at all times, Steve
, . . coch senator und member wclldlng a cur- serving his cutomcrs with tho best of
to us mind, we say it fns to us that , ..... , n ni ,t
' tain amount of power through tbo patron- drinkables. ii--2ti
' , . , BK wllic" nccoraeu tnem, mo presiueni E w hftVe ju,t recelvcd ft
southern policy. He has everything to . Rllracl, t0 umtM 0 t10 gratitude and flMBt ,tock of ,ilvor and pUtod
I'n gain by being tbo promoter of peace in I self-interested devotion formerly given to - ..,, ,i.n(t,i rnT ,v,e holldav
not Diila and sc?t!onal amliv In the Knnub- i tho senators and mcinbors by thoso In . ' ; Youno Mix, Attxntio. Rev. H. B
..l , , , ,, , ,. ,, i ollice, and who nro kept In by the- action of Thayer will deliver tbe third diicoune to
, , l " ""' Grant In enforcing the civll-sorvico rules. i nit repuiaiion oi me awmw., ,,... men lh( eyeni fct lhe pfeb
,nd. liken man who Intended to be "square on Tho outl Btld lbo roliliciftlls w, in known all over tho world. church SubjcJ; ,.Tbe y
.i.-. i it. i it-.i.i.- rt it 11 .. . . 1 M-totf V P f1nTff Arrant ...
:ku- iuii iiiur. no iiuj rtliuuiaicu tuc inuiui nrnlinlil ItV rnnil) n flrfilnit IIIO ins WnO , " ' 7 , U.n'i Inflnnnxn-TT Pnvr fnr 1 1 nnrt nr
Saup. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Saup have
returned from their wedding trip, and
have settled down to every day life with
tbe congratulations of the Tnx Hullkti.v
and our wishes for their life-long happi
Thk reputation of the Stclnway piano is
known nil over tho world.
ll-22tf. N. P. Curtici, Agent.
htm ring in Alabama and Louisiana, no has I will be hacked by tbo power and means of Kkabe's colebrated Gold Medal
vith refused to lend troops to Louislanaand has 1 lho administration, nnd the monicd inter-1 pianoe.( the best now made, at E. & W.
.ng, threatened to remove tho Alabama mar- I 01 lno c ' "M " ". Buder's. Call and examine.
.... . Crammo lor mo succession its 1 view u.
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mi i ii n' i in fm i ii
Ths OriNtNo or the CAtno and Tin
CKNMM It. R. In a few weeki tho Cairo
and Tlncennes railroad will be opened,
and Cairo should celebrate the event with
big Jubilee. The surrounding country
should be Invited to come In, Vincennes
and Mound City and ail tho towns along
tbe road should send delegations, and tbe
jubiteo should bo madu n big and Joyful
"thing." Somebody mint tako the lead In
this matlor, and who shall It bo? Why
cannot the city council, at the next meet
ing, appoint a committee to report how and
in what manner tbe opening should be
celebrated? Tho city need go to no ex
pense, but it can and should take tho ini
tiation In this matter. A commltteo such
as we have suggested might call a public
meeting, and In council with a committee
of citizens all the necessary arrangements
for the opening jubilee could bo satisfac
Burked to Vkatii. A girl named,
Caroline Nelmoycr was burned to death
near Unity last week under tho following
peculiar circumstances. Tbe woods wero
on Are, and men wero engaged in a battle
with it. Caroline went out to watch tbe
progress of tbe conflict, and Anally got
tbe fire botweeti ber person and the wind.
Sparks were blown into ber clothing,
which took fire. Before the llamcs could
be extinguished she was so seriously in
jured, that in a fow hours she died in great
Visitors. A number of Kentuckians '
were in town yesterday transacting bust
noss with Cairo merchants.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD POST OFFICE 6TAKD.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
'flic best brands nt Clsarx, choice Wines,
Lluuors, etc., always on band.
tdrTOpcn day and night. Jj3
HOME TK.X)E1 !
J. C. HUELS,
Late of .St. Lotlli.
BOOK HINDER AN'D BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave.
On the corner of 12th street and Washington
avenue, opposite Bulletin office.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1878.
Tuition Irom ? to t20 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACU.
No pains will be spared to make it
to all concerned,
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
BLANK HOOKS of every description done J. M. RODEN IJAIinil
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of ,,... , ' . . , , u . '
ruling done at short notice, Bibles, Music, 1 and String Ius'ruiuents.
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat, and I
County work, such as Itccords, Dockets,
lee Hook. Uliinks. etc.. made a ipeciullt)' iTt.jiiiisAT.
Boxes, Pocket Book", Kn elopes, etc., .
made to order. 11-24 tf. , REOULAlt CAtKO, PADUCAIi 4 KVA.SS
VILLE 8EM1-WEKKLY U. 8.
STOP AND READ!
Th rail B'i K!-Ki,t i'm.f Uftr Hlt.in.
I GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
..a. wno arrcsiua me uemocrauc mem-,.,,. ,atnatan ,wo.r, ilftl ho will
jilks kr of tho legislature. So far so good. , tend the preil lent to do bis bidding, and so
el If hoshouldgo farther, find aetas (Jrecloy I things stand ; but Just this much, anybody
i nil talked nbout amnestv and peace at the who thinks that civil-servico reform, as
trv? South, wo ihall not hesitate to sav : "uvocaieu oy uram, is oono in w.e Pu-,-
l, 1 ItH alia true oi courso it is tnat if
lid I t!rjnt didn't stand up "fodder or no fod-
the 'der to the Liberal trough that Is to
I re- sav, net up to the declarations of the On-
Stuart A- Guolson can sell you flan
nels and blankets cheaper tban any house
Hyacinth glass in aisorted colon for ! in 'ho bTe juit received a , and cau,in lt to co,,tpe snJ wrinke) j,
sale At Dan'l Hartjia.n's
IIavx You Ski.v Hxr' A lady vho
for tho last five yean has been a leader of
fashion in New York, and who may bo
seen twice a week in her elegant calecbo 1
driving a pair of superb ponies In Central
Park, has recently stated, in the select cir-
cle to which she belongs, tbat tbo only ar- I
tide in existence which Imparts beauty '
and luster to the complexion without ulti
mately impairing tne lexturo or tbe skin,
A place where )ou can buy as much fur
OUST 33 DOLLAR
as you can cite where for
Jack Okammei, Master.
Kt. Thomas, Clerk.
7 Leaves Cairo for Paducab and Kvani
vlile, every Thursday and Sunday cvenlni,
at 0 o'clock, connecting at Evansville wlih
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
freight or pasture apply to
Jamks BtuOH Pauenicer Ait''.
REUULAlt CAIRO, PADUCA11 & EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The fine Panenger Packet
lie interest, even though it havo that
etlect, does not know Ulysses.
The Radical journals arc already fore- ,
shadowing the centralizing schemos of '
their parly. Tho postal telegraph as re-
Sozodont gratifies all who uo it.
Sold by druggists and perfumers.
, new lot of fiannels bought at auction lale, Hogan's Jlagnolla Ralm. The name of
which we offer much below market value, the aistinguunea member oi us beau
no, ii monde who made this declaration cannot
14-fc .. i r ... I.
wiiu proprieiy oe given, dui u may ire
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER I
Tnogr Oybtirs. The ovsters found at mentioned in patant that sho has spent i
several years of her life in Europe and is form tbe public tbat tliev have fitted their 1
but by tbe keg,' are among the largest and ployedthe iSrtMe.oTrtV'dd ' no- tore hou,e on EiBhUl 'trcot wilh lho vlrVTu?v
finest it has been our good fortune to eaL.worIdloenb,ncotiiercharrr)ii flneit and nj(ortC(l ,tock of i o'clock. For fieli:
We hereby return thanks to .Tack for
dish of the same.
Cairo lodge No. 237
A. F., & A. M. will
Kentucky Libhakt Association. A J
llmted number of Gift Concert tickets for
Dnniinnnilail tn I'.MImillAr finnrat rr?rAt.
moi, cmrnti ana i'Diiaacinuu piatmrms. loose i .... .. .... . . v.. i.i.i , r
I well nas Keen urgeu by tuo 'unronicie, i"""'"""-' '""""bi the Kcntuckv Library Association can bo
i my tm palitlcalinfanti both born of Repub-1 t,o Grant organ, as boing a "beniticent" i 7 o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially obialned of W. B. Rockwell 4k Co. on
; de- ;,-an pirentage, wo shall say something J measure. To-day it advocates tbo passage ' invited to attend. 'Commercial avenue. The sale will con-
else than "Bully for Grant,'- confound . of Conger bill introduced last session for , C. F. Rlakc, Sec'y. , llnue unllUhe 25th i'nst 11-10-td
f, m ,i rlnn t rm. .op'-u o rn l M ' ln" wer protection oi emigrants, which Dkfkrrkd. We are authorized to stato
h.m 1.1,-don t you see e arc hold , (j noM nn c)ectjonceritJg the Mt Pati.so STcsta.-The Illinois Central
fait, by a heavy anchor of hope, to the m,chine, ditlering from thofrecdmen's bu- evening at the Catholic church, Is indefin- "tlroad bM ben delivering a large lot of
belkf that be will act wisely; and, if he I reau 0nly in tho color of thoso who are to , atelv postponed owing to thosudden death ,l0Dei blWMn Eighteenth and Twen-
daf, may wo go to bed politically with ' be manipulated. 'Harper's Weekly, tho of the lecturer's brother, A. O'Brien, Esq., Hh streets, to be used in paving the levee
tbe O'C'onor men, read Alex. Stephen's ed- editor of which, Geo. tt Curtis, i a per- of St. Louis, father O'Brien received a where the tnthr for the Misiiiiippl
5ru own a do- or live In Mound ' 0DH, fricnd of GraDl' claitn' tbat educa di'Patch ytsterday at noon, sUting tbat Central Extension railroad is to be located.
C-av i' ,Wt .nnlanr! him .nri m t ! lion a P011""1 dut-v! thal tho S0' oa Mother was dead, while another lay ARRlviuZ-The survey boat Arkamas
City i. we aon i aPriaua mm ana cry ai ment mU(t inaugurale R .ySlem of coro. i Et deslh., Bale Thi, j, Mlher a M(1 ,troke Jn yetterJ Co, clemeDt
tbet-pf our voice. '-Bully for Grant!" pulsory education and turn icboo'.mastcr. of affliction, and will no doubt elicit the ' Smith, superintendent and engineer, re-
- 1 The 'Chronicle' also endoncs this idea of J sympathy of Father O'Brien's many I ports that the river can be made naviga-
We hid no doubt that the 'State Regis- j turning our school system into a political friends in Cairo. He left for St. Louis on j tie all the year round from St. Louis to
t:r w M Ixik at the political lituation I " ,.7, ' . ,T , , TJ V. 1 .-....u... Lilr0 Ane report wm be lam beiore
oi miiuoni veariy in laa nanus oi .ne i.e- ., , ; rz ,
f t gL spectacles like ours. It is now nub,-.in ' ia bo ul6d for nur. , The St. Louti bell treble pianos are as
, x rf ....v.i& : u - j
uui aiiu ai nuj ytmuv ill tuc iUOl KVlf lUU
The undenigncd would repectfully in- i
for Paducab and Evans-
and hridav evening ml il
Ight or paimage applj- on
general merchandise ever before, brought 1
to this inrirkoL itnrl In nnlnr
, , I KKnUI.AU CAtltO AND EVAN8VIIJ.E
to secure a large portion of tbe patronage SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKEf.
1 of tbe public,
board or to
Jam Kb HlQfiH, Passenger Ag'l.
u .D2 M. and sees a tiromfct of tfnrm I nn.i, T. lcl!.U il.Inl- tlii In th.
i j. . . , i . .," , . . .v j . , ., tbe tweetest-toned tbat vou ever listened
tin a; j the efforts of President Grant. elec.ion of Grant they drove tho nail . , v
............ to. . P. Cl'rtice. Act.
. .t. .i .... . rinrn nr.fl fa rliTPrm ntd tn r innn it niir. . ' a
ico-jvcuier eioqueniiy says : -rresiaeni '
... ... , ., inc the next four years. It would seem as
G'int is now in the full fruition of his!.,". ... ' , . .
if tbev did not Durooie to let tba eraii
-L.-. Ti Uii war record ii untarniihed; ; grow under ih.ir feel by theJr halle l0B(jl
Coniervatory, cor. Twelfth Jc Wash.
congress and appropriations to carry out
the Decenary work asked for.
i Good. We love good butter; we adore
lit. Blxby is aware of odr weakness, and
1 in deference to it, he a few days ago de
lighted our sense of sight and taite by a
Distinguished Personages. gift of a half dozen poundi of fresh, sweet
We learn from the Decatur ' Magnet 1 i butter. We ate it with relish, as who
that Tbomu and Jeremiah have appeared ( would not, and blessed without stint the
in that village. We have not heard of thoughtful giver.
...i . . .. . . : n r:. t.... . v .
adopt meaiures lookine to the revival of . ' . b. . i
iv-. -sue pirty in this neighborhood' ' ,,, ., . , don t tako to that kind of people
' . e standi abroad, as well as at home, to work
f.-c- it among the heroes either ancient ; oi:r pacitic commerce.
r Urn." The 'Register' must le A dcterminei effort will be made Ibis
. t r A...r , . n .1.:. t.,... .
rut.a verv careful. The leaders of tbe i "'"' "' luuB":" kv b
Drives Away. Tbe 'Sun' hu driven
ui away from a good intention, and we
j to rarely get up to an intention of tbat
usv rcia CI 02: of te nartv for uin- .. .... 1 . . .
r . - canon, inu question win r.o: assume a ' riASOij ana organi lor rrora w to 1 kjnd that wo are steeped in sorrow. We
ar; -gep.-auicg Gen. Grant no: more piTi7 character, every section and mdni-1 51,000. N. P. Ccbtice, Agt, ' bad intended to do something, and now
t a twthird as ardently ai tba above. 1 try being tqaally interested. With the ' Cor. Twelfth & Waih. ave. won't, became the 'Sun' bu let the cat
Bu t.ec the Remitter' understands how commerce of the Atlantic gone and tbat ll-2"-'-tf. I oa. 0f tbo .tr in iu paracraoh beaded
1 0 a 9 .
r .1 .. 1 .,1 a' . . .. . tnrr tn rnlltlnnl r f rl11nf. V..A. ...
..-te- ties w uom omce upon certain persons, " " " . ."-J. . Woma a Hoiirbon : nd dvln... Itnttr n.
lhrr t r,n furt poamnn f..r I I . I. 1 -'- fcv u s ivek nhiiuul uu v erii iipriL niu. ... .... .. . .
J"JWJ? I PtT tb.l-U,..l of hi. friend.
been ,.:.,. ... k . ".. "" trade diverted into other channels. Thli " . . . paper over way.- t,on-
"v'i a.u iu support ... , , , round it, weare reso ved tSat wo w 1 be
the constitution. Tbl. will include all tbat ' nS of Pecia mpor tance there I. acC0lmn'odaU ,
1 auy ureunifancuisea. NYhether those Kadi- ..,....., u,. ckiif-
loma- k 1 r. .. acemcnt from coiiLTusi. r. .
Detii- tuiigioi, nuuit; iiaiooi aa aoutn. " t. 0 iiit vaiko ami nr. tiouia JtAIl.-
Sold ern people Is a part of their religion, will 1 , 1 ' road. A correspondent of tho St. Louis
. If ..... NeWl IrCiIll NiiVhIh lnrllrqlr. Iln.t k ., . ...
agreoio inopropotiiinn ma; tne war is , . Miiobe, writing irom Uliester, Illinois.
1e,t 1. lollv tester uf th ii-nato. fr will ..v. . I . " . . ...... '
rr.kt. uici nuu buut vui fciitj inctiuuiiL'i rfpnrn. - - , - , nnuer ukiroi .uvirn iRr iin. lari 'rh
mondttion, is one of tho.e things , v! 111 ono ' '!r 1 1 'IW1: fr ro-eluc- 1 Cairo and St. Louis railroad is being
that no fellow can nnd out. Tim I . .. 10 " a'hington pushed ratildl v forward to completion, r 1.,., t. r. it... 1. in .Sw. i, ....1 t
, , - - -
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
" Grand Tower, Memphis
" St. Luke, St. Louis
' Mary Houston, New Orleans
il Arlr.niil Iti.11. VvantvlllA
S. II. Long, I.ower Mississippi LISHMKNT
" &t. Joseph, at. 1.0UIS
" John Kilgour, Cincinnati
" Mary 3Iillcr, New Orleans
" Arlington, Memphis
Steamer St. Luke, Memphis
" (irand Tower, laid up
" Mary Houston, Louisville
" Robert Mitchell, New Orleans
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville
" S U Long, Mound City
" Illinois, Columbus !
" EC Elliott, Memphis
" John Kilgour, New Orleans
" Mary Miller. Louisville
" Arlington, Cincinnati
niO MUDDY COAL. I
Steamboats supplied at any time, both '
ftnv ar.rl ntrvht with aithnr litmn nr pliest 1
... .t t .,, ..,., j cloaks, which department Ii complete in
nut ccal, In any quantity, and on usual ' ' r
Urmi, at tbe yard at grand Tower, Ills. ; all itsdetaiis. uurstocuoi
Special contracts offered on favorable
They always pull back in the traces, Ui lue 1 at,ut igianu, ; Hn Ruosa.-From nearly all of our
J c-it be patted cn the back and ; ,om"L5t,e 'nu,t U done,.nd spee-Jily, too, ( txcl) we oUaln the important infor. ,
! tn t th Iis.ltr- which. n iirrriiinl nf nur . . . n. . .... . '
rv.n-n ...a .i, in . . .. i mation that urn winter reigm.' lie
- x . i l in rjuiru.u . HAkuisiit ueiui'. tn ui
ri.tc.nc t.rA tnn Ii &n ltm v. L'inrltir
. ti, :tt .11 ...k . i j. . . .... . j . B 1
.V-. ..k. ... u,.rkU uV w -. uk-.vk! wugte-. u. Vl uv. BUU,,i . , ,urn t0 0Uf new,pBper frjend, bo are
crtr 3sh, friend 'Register, by and by. ' ge" 'vitem of subsidies similar to tbat ( un,ortunate ,nd ,ive 0UtiW, of Ctiro .
L t li wait & little longer. which has made England so powerful on but ,ie hodj a mild scepter, and bis
- '. lb . fr,eDd, of tbe Australian bree,tha ministers to bis dispoiition-
nr D D DC? Iinviirvnn ' mU lUMD'LiP C0,l'Pn3-Pf confl-1 are ralher balmy-very courteous, and do
UUlUlLiOi Ui ULll jj. . BciuHWDjreii win gran-, me requireu , not viiit our face much too roughly.
A Direct Answer. Tbe Mound City
Journal' uks us to Inform it who is tbe
assistant political editor of that paper in
this city. We won't: Why, tbe ' Journal '
it becoming u unreasonable as the 'Sun.'
Must we keep it posted in reference to its
editors, here or elsewhere ? In the lan
guage of Patrick Henry and James Sura
" merwell, never I
lermi upon application.
H. V. Olythant,
D. A Boxek, Gen'l Supt. j
Sales Agent. 3-li-ly
BOATS LCAVINO TO-DAY
The fine steamer Henry Ames will leave i
for New Orleans and way landings this
evening at 6 o'clock.
Tbe low-pressure Quickstep is tbe boat
eaving for Evansville and all way land-
net this evening at G o'clock. I
Tho regular Anchor Line packet will shoeJ aU( Cap a)d furni,hing goods I hta
ave for Memphis, Vicksburg and all way I . ,. , , .. ,
r . ' . n r fttllv nrrnarnd to meet all do-
I mands at prices defying competition. As
, aid to enable this company to continue
, tbeir steamers to Australia, io ss to corn-' Hyacinth glass in assorted colors for I All Day. Mr. Linegar, the great
pete witn xne largeiy-subiidized tngliib sale at Da.v'i. Haktmax'h. i Radical, Influenced by; an abundance of
:-pe:al Corresdondente ol the Uulletln.) steamer, now making ucn strenuous ef-1 ll-2L'-3t ) affection for us, has sent word to us that
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Washington. Nov. 10. 12 ,oru w K,n lu" ,mmen,' iai-grow
Tte president in his message will rec- m ""' lUB Puu,,c '"r'1 nn:I ,n
rrncend that congress pas. a bill remov-1 UomiUb,! "VW f W "' Webb' f
mg a . disabilities imposed by the llth,ifew l0l:, b" thU A stearn-atr.e-dtr.ent
to tbo conititution, on tbe ' ibip "no becn ,nalnlnlnd "id tbo
uro .nd that at tbe amendment dti not i" the Paciflic for
ex-Lie the ballot, only imposing dliabili- our PrflducU snd manufactures, amount.
on next Wedneiday, our Radical day, he
will be with us at seven o'clock and re
main with us until twelveo'clock at night.
Oi-k Epitaph. Tho 'Sun' takes ex-1
ception to our epitaph. How can we
nlr.mi. tlio rlbf. p t.nv ll.vl.'V Ufa nln. t. I
Live birn satisfaction, but can't. He's ev- I After uPPtr', W,lth l Y,d,Bir!: T,9
r,i.n.i.,i S..I.1.. ...... n i.t.t.. fcr6 10 "avo P,lc" ,OT,nB "al
IHilUi I VVaiM VDLBUSC Ait.llUlit,nl . . ... j r .
. , . . ,. i cal way, but like good Democrat! we are
nr.! fttmriwl hirn Iihva rinvtmn . H.Hi. -1
cal. If so we shall instantly reform, and
to eschew whisky entirely.
Dnasa Goods. Stuart & Gholion are
now offering special Inducements in all
.t... ' .i.,... 1 . n.',. r.tt
viuici ui uicar, t "jiyj . ii v iiBTtj m lull
line of all wool satinets, In all the new
cloth shades, also a full line of Empress
cloths which we offer at prices fully 10
per cent, lower than any house In the city
Go to Stuart A- Gholson for your hosiery,
cloaks, trlmrnlngi, ribbons, etc. They can
save you money, 11-24-2
. ...... ...m ... ... Iind if a KetltlhllDf.il Mind r.riri.i,rt i .. i ,
a ei, prciueu. wm ..ui recommend me annexa- . ,.v,"k":,,: ':' : "ac"-'ye maKing upon an average . the company of Davis of tbe -Sun.' It ii
ifre il0f Domingo or the absorption of: lnl The con-, ,u,pecU!j that these old wheelhor.es of
,ed Cuba in UU message s tbe former i, under-, J lV. U .a 'lrUCtin lra'n " n"r'nt' tbe !-"cr.cy-the,e almost Bourbonlc
Hiieh T:r f CUlU"l,"! 1 L ntwn " lark I nd' , , , .fU?.V' ! ! .f J". d-otee. of eternal principles, all ot which
w .....,. u ,TU iu season; it wm b , n d , ' H1' ,,. , ' o-, win reacu npana. inn road not they have at their tongue's end-It is sus-
h.l bnwever, into Grant', lap when he HcT nly penetrate, .oino of tbe finest agri- that they have fell design, upon
.halt,, the ee. i Oppotit h" and hi. "to c,uUura1"tt,'d' ln tbl 'l.but the Radicalism of the -Sun.' Ilutthe.us-
'dvo.' won't work. !f...'.'7P. 1 ,,MC11.11' 11 throuKl. tbe heart of the creat coal field. Mn I. ..Br.i-i -r ....... t-.. t,..
viriiiu mm iiion aim for John , . .. ... 1 ' .wv, , . ,.u
It W l.,.ll,..,...t .1..,. It... t.l.4 ...til
Ulatl .'vn.vu biiav niu jJitroiuuiifc iu
v ii. ruer uio release oi mo ttiree Uonservutivo
uik'iiiurin ui iuu viauhiua lesu aturo who
't to .... w b .... . . ..
uiid "v,u iiwu u uamruuy, reiuieu ban
hnce, f and taken to Mobile charged with vlolat
free i f .i . . ...
I die- B wiiuiwiiiciii ad. n is wen Known
ilu'V ' hero that It was done to ntunt tl.
sorvutivm from organizing tin, legislature
ue. and defeating tlio re-election of tho carpet
. . , bager, George K. Spencer to the United
rcvmua vuuavv. fruui vuu ruiuurs uuu mo
tono of tho 'Republican,' Grant's organ,
there is but llttlo doubt tbat tbo high
haiidod otitrago will not be sustained us u
sjliatoi- more or less, especially
such as Spencer, makes
Syphax, colored, for county clerk. Culeb
crooks the pregnant hinges of his undent
knees very nimbly to pick up the legal
crumbs that !all from Uie admlnlitratlon
tnblo. An ublo lawyer and tine icholiir,
but organized without u coniclenco.
Houi: Aoai.v. Mr. Goldstlne, of tho
II nn ui Golditlno tic Kosun water, has re-
oi nouuiern iinnon ai sparta and Ueorge-1 icalism of tho 'Sun' is, as it wero. founded
. i . ... it. i . . . '
iiiwn, in inn, county, w nen completed trie on a rock
Cairo and St. Louis will bo tho heavlcit
coal road leading Into St. Louis, and a
few yeur. hence this portion of Egypt,
Sparta nnd vicinity, will bo changed to
ono of tho grandeit manufacturing dli-
trlcti iu the country. '
llttlo difference to .tho
soli at prices exceedingly below-tin.:
majority in tbe senate, or to the president current in this market. Tbev ai
who desires to ingratiate himself with the
South, If there was a Radical necessity
fur tbo admission of this notorious carpet-
leal Droit and tbu seriate, but unf'ortun.
i..r. . .. .
u0 ur ... - wosion i.re, Blld therefore be- sion on us Radical, of Egypt. Wo are
foro tbo late advance. In prices. Men ra. I nnt Ho a nrnl t vn tram ttn. a
but Uold.lir.eA-Ro,enwHterca.,,cone.,uUntly,. Springfield seeking office. AVe bite for
to now bottor offices than tbu subordinate offices
They aik the of thi. small itnto. Thcro Ii not an
public to call and inspect their.Boods- and Egyptian Radical at Springfield seeking
ascertain Uudr prices, being satifled that ""Ice. We make this assertion with a full
nO OtIU Will ,rf) ii wil V frnm tlir. it,. 1 !,.,. .,l,..l r i..
I .... . ... I- .r j ..... i , ... ' - -wij, , nnunicutg y, Ul I f 111 U I U 1 11 CI BI1U Kr6Sl
.r".TW"FT.S' behind thmii the bargain. thVfltn, ' importance. A lousefrom Egypt could not coura,re,.t. ,w" 1 ,
eucour ge.iient iron, sue piesiuuni, tno ttro )rt.Jmred to ()1Ier. lf hl3 foufld (l U( . - -
we utrmmy searcliod with a lino tooth tax our abllltv to meet, but we ar. now
Both Away riiosi Homk. On Thur.-
day evening lait,Isaac, thejoutigettsonof
Judge Mulkey, and a son of li. F,
Parker, left tbeir homes, taking
with them tbeir skates and saying they
intended to skato. Tham hai bn nn ton
Not Uo. A Springfield telegram sayst hat would bear tbe weight of boy or man
away trip and will come back safe and
NoriCKl The ladles who have been
waiting for our underwear to arrive, will
now find an ample supply at our store
Our .success in this specialty has been
marked, and our efforts to meet the wants
of thU trade has mot with the proper en
It, I t . ... ....1. ...I . . ...
u'" """' "om now i one, wuure no I a fuir iliuitratlon of the famed lice of i "d as the boys have not been heard
" been making largo purchases of win- Egypt may be seen by corning to this city I or of llne they left, their friend.
,"r. ',B . ' u""s,t'lc' lMCy Jlr- "ndobsewirn: the hordes oi subordinate I mb alarmed about them. It i
I lf)l(lail 1 1 lit liu.i 1 ll t t I . . . sierv ......
... .... kuiuiMeieu an ins purcnase. omco-scekers." This Is an unlu.t a.nur. that they have gone off on a romantic
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESl'AB-
IN THK VICINITY.
Our itock Is entirely new, and 1
bought expressly fur the com lug fall and
wintor trade of lit la locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
IXR-X- O-OOIDS, ,
BOOTS Sx- SHOES,
i HATS & CAP3.
And all other articles to be found in a
first class dry good, and clothing establish-
We call etpecial attention to our large I
assortment of dreis goods, shawls and
The fine low pressure Passenger Parkes
II. PENNINGTON.. .....Mast
tSTLeaves Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at o'clock, for Padu :ali
ami Evan.vllle. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
JAmbs Bioon, Passenger Ag'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAU
The splcodiii tuuntr
Dick Fowtxa, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
4 p.m. For freight orpanat-e apply on boaru
or to Jjii, 3IALLOKY, Aif't.
is the largest in the city, and wo are en-
OAIHl. AND MOUND CITY
Will malt thr trlys dallj.
At7 . . . ri.m.
abled to offer special inducement, to pur- At 11 a.m
HI aiiw. . ,. iiy.iu,
LKAV'O MOUND CITY
At 8:30.... a.m.
At laO p.m.
At 6 ... .p.m.
Fare each Wav. 30 cents: 10 tickets lor
in uentlemens (jiotning, uoois inn , i wj, vt iu ianu, wuen uaucu, ai any kooi;
Intermediate landing for
endings this evening at C o'clock.
conditio or tuc rivers.
The Ohio is still falling steadily at this 1 it i. to tbe intereit of every one to buy tnq ytll. AVh Wf MTPH '7M
harbor. Tbe packeti report Devis' Island I where good, are cheapest and best
ths worst place below tbe Barracks, wbere
there is but 4 feet .cant. Tbe channel be
tween here and Louisville I. being reduced
gradually, and boat, are beginning to
have trouble. Special dispatches to Tiir
Bulletin report the condition of the
Ohio and Mississippi rivers at varions
BUS I SIS 8 A.VU WE ATI! EH.
Business was splendid all last week and
a large amount of freight was handled
during tbe week.
Tbe weather continued culm and very
The Grand Tower brought 495 bales of
cotton, and hai laid up till further orders.
Tbe Mitchell finished the repairs to ber
machinery, and left yesterday morning
1th a big trip of freight and peopto.
Tbe Arkaniai Belle did not arrive- un- 1
we cordially invite the public
to call and examine our itock before pur
Our establishment Is located on tbe east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
T5LUM & A.MS0N.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mile tbe Msorloat Itonta
Klghtr'Mllce theMborteit Kaiste
NO CHANGE OF CARS
KHOM CAIKO TO
SSSeSSuSiW'. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
freight, she having turned back from
The Bt. Joseph was aground 8 hours at 1 Cincinnati,
r . . b . . I Detroit.
Devil s island, whore she found only 4 feot.
She had to spar four lengths of herself be
fore she succeeded In getting over. She
brought in the neighborhood of 200 tons,
which she turned over to tho Elliott.
Several steamers have laid up at Port
laud waiting for the locks to the new ca
nal to be repaired, so that they may
The Ksperanza loaded with Iron ore is
laid up at Cincinnati, waiting for more JfHK Cheeked wall Important points.
water to Plttsburir. ' For tickets and information, apply to I. ft B.W
- , , b ,, , depot it airo; on board tne transit steamer I
The dry docks at Memphis aro for sale tu Columbus and Cairo, and at tne prfncip
raiiru i ui;.. uuic wiruuKuuu. iio iuwiiii
W. P.JOIINM)N, Orn'Icass. A n't, Chicago.
A. Hitchill, Oen'l Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOUNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
ONLY ONK CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIKO TO
i- lUnspolU, Toleilu,
Detroit, CleioUnd, Nlttra Falls
liutlaio, rumiiuiK, wuniomon.
Haltiinore, Philadelphia, No York,
Boston and all points eaat.
Milwaukle, Janrille, Uadison.
LaCroiae, Bt. Caul and alt points north.
Ihia Is also the only direct route to
Dtur, llloomlngton, Hpringdrt,
I'toria, Uulnct, Kcukult,
BurlinKton, Hock IsUnd, Ij halle.
Maodota, lllion, Kreeport,
OaUna, liulmqur, Hioui Oily,
umana ana an points nortnwcii,
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping GV-
' i 11 UI..L. rp ..
wii mi i$ub xrniiiB
Tho steamer Ida was four weeks making
a trip from Now Orleans to Sbreveport.
In some places they found the water so
low tbat ber crew had to dig a channel
with shovels and then work tbo same out
fiom under the hull with hose attached to
the force pump. A novol plan for getting
over sand bars.
Tbe John Kilour got aground on a rock
on Cache Island yesterday morning and
was pulled off by the snag boat J. II. Long,
She was chuck full of freight and people.
The idea of raising tbe St. Marys has
been abandoned and tho Eckert is now
wrecking ber. The rest of the crew came
up on tbe Arlington yeiterday.
The Quickstep has taken the Idlewild's
days in tbo Evansvlllo and Cairo trade,
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. It.
On and after Monday, April 2th, 1S72
trains will run as follows : i
tbaiss ooiaa socthsast.
Luit Virnnla. 6.40 a. m...
C. H A N N Y.
KENTUCKY JKAN8, flTKA,
LARGE STOCK OF GARK4TING
HU Entire Hloek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
GOBXIkStH BT. AND COM MIRCIAL-AV.,
: 3:014 '
. . 6
. 4.17 "
TfcjIorTill 10 6 '
Arnte at Pana 11.44
TtilXU QOINO MOBTBWrsT.
Leave Pans 4.i a. m 3 SS a. m
" Tavlorsillr 4.40 " 4 "
Arrive at Bprn(fl(l.o.n " ......) "
Leata Bprmifielii n.li " e to "
Arrive at Viiginu .0 11 S.1& "
TBAIXS 001X4 SeUTHSiST,
and will leave hero every Sunday and Leave Blgwood : " "
r lArft.....u.. ......II. ls ev ..iiiuiiii 1 1 . etl
ArrlTo at ShawncM'ii .M "
NEV YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AlfD RETAIL.
L ARO 1ST VABIKTV STOCK IK T1IK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
erof NlatetecBtli etreet ssad Cam
saerelssl Avenue," "'
O. Q. PATIElt.
" B lif Crll KHIS. ' ' " " " "
HYLAXI) & SAVER,
"-mixii"3 "fV,"-M 1 - - -