WBUMKaDA ,JtYil, 187-
mcll rnprrot Ih.Cllr ! Coasty
10IIN II. oncttLY. fell. nl Vabllilur
TtCUUH Or TUK DAIM l'ULLKTIN
On wtck.br onir.... X
Out j-erby carrier, In dTie.t.... 10 00
'Jiie yew by carrier II not pild in
Jvnc i 'il 00
po iDoclh, by ull loo
Ttr month j 00
. Bli ruontlu ,. 6 X
Oat yr io 00
T(RWvr TTKKKtT ilUUKTIX.
On Yo.r $1 00
Mix Month. , 75
Tkrae Monthi &0
lovtriably In advance.
atuHin waaitior oa cTery
Til r. late fight in Arkatisafcbotwecn
tke pirtWan? of Baxter and llrnoka i
known at the battle of New ')ajcony.
Bank ball i again epidemic in tonic
portions of the country. Kntirc coin
munities arc bcRoming infected with
Gf.NF.rai, BracK av he had hut
39,000 men unihr his command at the
battle of Uhicamsuirua.wucu he ao coin
pletoly defeated General ltoecran who
THE Windom committee recom
monds the improvement of'tho Ohio
river between Cairo and Pittsburg at a
coat of $22,005,000, and the clearing
nntofiho MisHinsippi river from its
mouth t6 the falls of St Anthony.
TllF. flood in Mi.igsir.pi has driven
the deer and oilier game out of the
swamp. A few days ago soveral bucks
and doos were running about the streets
of Natchez, and some of them wcro
The consolidation of tho Iron Moun
tain and Cairo and Fulton railroads is
assured. The stockholders of the Iron
Mountain voted unanimously for the.
consolidation on last .Saturday, and a
vote of the stockholder of tho Cairo
and Fulton road was taken yesterday at
Wk hair, a team pri nting ojlbe, com
plete in all it departments, ami we do
all kinds of printing cheaper limn it
run he done anywhere. el Wr there
fore atk the patronage if the pople of
liiro. He cannot maintain onrfclvc
if Cairo hutinrs men, negb cling Cairo
institution, pntroiir.' foreign rill??.
Senator Washburn, the successor of
Senator Sumner in the Senate of tho
United States, has been sworn into li'm
- ti .1 t
urate anu ua.i lakeu mis seat, lie is an
able man ; and, although he will
not shine as Suuuicr did, ho will do no
discredit to tho great Stale he rutue
sents and will not stand below many of
his colleagues in tho Senate. 1
TilK railroad officials of Wisconsin
have notified the governor that thoy
will pay no attention to the law fixing
railroad rates in that slate. Governor
Taylor.has issued a proclamation in re
ply advising the ruilroad.- to not be.
come turbuleut.and asserting hU deter
inination to sco that tho law U mi
forced. 'CAIUiS printed at Tin: lllM.txriN j
office, for Uco to four and tie dollars p?r
thousand, affording to she and .im
You mutt udrertitc or you naitl clme.
your place of bvsinet ; if you advertize
your local paper will propre; the com
munity in which the heal paper pros
' pers is a "live" community. For your
oxen sanes ami ourt, butmets men of
omro, advertue in The Hum.kti'n.
Steamboatinen on tho Arkansas riv
er have not a very pleasant time. The
BaxterandUrooks men make their lives
exciting. In her passago down tho
river, tho other day the Btcamcr "Mary
Boyd" carried a few Bro'jksifes from
Little Bock. At Vino Bluff, King
White, the Baxter chieftain. pnr,t,.-n,i
the Brooks men and confiscated their
knapsack contents and cracker barrel
The Bulletin company pay to nn
ployt each year over twelve thou fund
ttollar$. All this WuntlJ i r.roculr.l in
Uuro among it busiucx nun iUclolh
ien, it dry good merchant, it grocer,
iltinilltn, in hanker, etc. ,, ,l0)
THE Buu.ktin, thmjore, the right to
requal and obtain the patrimmic 0
Cairo people Jo a!.- them to wit Kn
In foreign cities for job work which can
done at well, and as cheap at home '
Ax high mass on Sunday, the ll'tli
ultimo, the Bight Key. Dr. Ilendrickcn,
biBhopof Providence, stated that in
quiries haviui; been made to him as to
whether a Catholic could belong to the
Ancient Order of Hibernians, he wish.
d to announce that Catholics cannot,
.without violating the rules of the church,
belong to tke order as it exists in
Ireland, branches of which aro cstab.
Jished in this country, on account of its
leeret characler. The church has con
demned s'l secret association, and can
not consistent!? countenance or toler
ate the society known n tho Ancient
Urdcr o( Hibernians.
CNDKIl Wlfl Oil KING?
The S'nrincfield. (III.') corrostiondcut
of the St. Louis 'Democrat' informs tho
public that nil thostnte office of Illi
nois, Irom the governor down, arc ad
vocates of the doctrino l inflation mid
condemn the veto mcssngo of the prcs
ident. Wo have no doubt Governor
Bevcridire and the other officers of the
stato represent a majority oT tho iiicui
bcrsof the republican party of Illinois ;
but, if our observation is not at fault,
they can look for little encouragement
in their more-money movement from tho
republicans of Kgypt. o are sure
there is not n prominent republican m
Cairo, unless Mr. Munu is uu exception,
who docs not very heartily deprecate the
expansion theory and condemn Mr. Lo-
gau lor ptecipititing nil issuo ot this
kind into the polities ol thccoutitry. It
may be true thai what is called the rank
and file, of the party arc now in sympa
thy with Mr. Logan, but it i the opin
ion of the sagacious Messrs. JJucgnr und
Popo'that discussion will open the eves
of the paoplo ami convince them that
the president acted wi!cly when he
vetoed the inflation bill.
What offdct this division of republi
can sentiment in Southern Illinois will
have upon -the congressional canvass
next fall wo cannot tell. Mr. Clements,
tho probable republican candidatc.voted
for the bill, advocated it with all the
arguments he could obtain from Mr.
Logan and is very iiidiunant bccau-i!
the president, with n disnlav of Jack-
soman lirmuess, killed tho measure with
his potent: "I forbid." It is now al
most a certainty that the iuflation issue
will be lugged into the canvass, and we
hove sonic curiosity to learn how Messrs.
Linogar, l'opc, Fisher, McKcaiir and
other nnti-inflatiou republicans, can
support him. His election will bo a
condemnation of tho veto of the presi
dent, which they nil heartily endorse,
and their support of him will be a stul
tification of themselves. But events
may, and probably will, furnish to tlie.m
an opportunity to get outoftho diloui'
ma and an excuse for giving their sup
port to a gentleman whose record in
congress they condemn and whose lack
of the elements that make a member of
the national legislature something more
than a voting machine subject lo the
manipiilatiou'of another person, they
After the election in the autumn of
1872 we made a speech to a large crowd
ot republicans, who had congregated in
trout ot Tin: ttiri.i.KTiN office. That
speech gave great ofl'eiice to our demo
cratic friends, and was not offensive to
the lepublicans who listened to it. Wo
said, elaborating tho Propositions that
tho democrats bowed to the voice of the
people; that tho coalition of the liberal
icpublic.ins and democrats, being as it
was at that time an ofiico-seekingorgan-ization,
had proven a disastrous failure:
that it had politically killed the treat
republicans who led in the movement.
and would be tho death of the demo.
cratie party.if the republicans, coinnre-
bending the situation, would act wisely;
that (ji-ant was one of the crcat men of
the day, had proven himself a irreat sol
dier, and a great politician and might
prove himself a great statesman.
We spoke with deliberation. We
mtaut what wc said, and wo have seen
iio reason to regret a sentiment we ut
tered on that occasion.
The great liberals aro all political
eorpscsjtlic strength the democracy has
il obtained through the blunders of" tho
republicans and not because it was tho
advocate ol anv irreat iliHtinmiiJ.;n.,
policy; and the fact of Grant's abilitv
ability that stamps him with tho seal of
greatness is becoming each day more
and more apparent. JJo has pursued,
in our opinion, unwinc courses nml ad-
vocatcd wicked nnl
has done many thintrs he should lint
have done and has left undone many
oilier things which he should have dono,
out in his administration of nubl !o nf.
fairs he has been bold and Klici'nuriil
A dolt, as ho is described to bo by many
democrats aud lately by not a few ie
puolicms, could not have been so uni-
Jormly successful in the
of trust dillienlt -mil .1..i:..,.t. :..
which ho has acted n conspicuous part
" " - llblltilllT HI
during the last twelve veam. I..
he crushed all opposition after no
kuowlodgod great generals had failed,
and hi success was called the
bluudering or lucky man. In the
cabinet he crushed all opposition of
men who were the leader, and fouu
ders of his party, and hii success was
again called the blundering of a lcky
man. While in the Held, ho was made
great by Kawliiis "Rawlins was the
power behind him, ' said the wise do
precator of his claims to greatness j
but of lato days, uot even a demur.
becomes offended when he hears Grant
called a great general. "It is Rawlins
who u presidout," said the deprccatoi
after Grant assumed the presidon.
oy. llawlins died, and Grant
was as successful as bufoio
Then the deprccator said that the pres
idcnl acted on the ailvico of the great'
leadcts. of the republican party, and
the great lenders thought he could not
prospor-wtihout them. They could riot,
use hini,.ilid they thcrcfoie determined
to crush him ; but he crushed them,
and the deprccator declared that Mor
ton deserved tho credit. And then
Morion, Logan imd Butler advanced
to the front with their inflation hobby,
backed by the people alllicted by a
financial crisis and demanding more
money. They wcro sure Grant wok'U
not dare to resist, them in this great
popular movement ; but he did : ho ve
toed tho inflation bill, aud already he
is being applauded for his lacksonian
firmness. For the time, the popular
current may run ugainst him, but uficr
awhile ho will bo endorsed by his party
and the republican inflatinnwts will
explain their position so ingeniously
that it will be dillienlt to ascertain that
tkerc over was any difference of opinion
on the currency question between them
and Grant. Already they are seeking
for small holes through which they
may crawl out of the dilemma in which
thoy have bund themselves.
R. SMYTH &. CO.
No. U0 Ohio Levee,
13. F. PARKER,
(Successor-to Parker & Blake,)
PAINTS & OILS,
And the ci'lelirateil ilhuiihialln
Hro, lliiijillhtf, 11th St.i'c OomorcUl A v.
' CAIRO, ILLS.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
MlTy i: AMI VAItll.
10th St. lot. Washington & Commercial Ava.
A l:irj;o supply of rttt-liur and Hit;
Muddy coal constantly ou hand. Stuu
wood rawed to order. Ordcra for ceal or
wood bhould hu loft at the olTico on Tenth
tHrcet. Turme, cah ou delivery.
L. MAXWHLL & CO.,
.MainilacliirrrH and Dealers In
MACHINE & KURNKkOILS
AIo Agents for the
No. 7l!l,.Norlh;Malno Street,
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,
iNiivc-iir lii 1'hilllp and l!rliri;s,t
CnminiTclul Ayr., In t., !Uh and lOtliJSI-.
7 1-2-1 m.
BOOT & SHOE
Mh Mi-ret, next door to liiltnlA Sllllwell.
1'iiic llooti- and sh Mad.- in order on
-hoi i no tl.v, ol Hi.. i.,t Ti. h und Ami'i l-
j-an MotL. mi.l m ami .i.tl-fatllon lmihi-uh-I'
jd. I ry him. a7-4Vu-ir.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
JlMpiiyn iiof toryouiiK men from tne of
icetH ui errors und abuKluurly life. Man
Uoud luntorrd. luipedhiienta to marrlaKe
removed, hew muthod of treatment. New
and remarkabla remedlea. Hooka and clr.
uiara aunt frco, In u-alvd euvelopoa. Ad.
Uroj, Howard Awioelatlon, No. a Homh
Ninth meet, fhtladoljihU, P.-an imdltu
lion Haying a hlcbrrputatloii for tionorahle
tnndutt anil pufnniw ikill. 1 1OjMAwlli5
llOOt l.ll hn. r ... .1. .....
tjyeen WanhlDKteii avenue and l'nplar
ktleot.tii prepared to make boots anu ttioon
in the IttteM anil must (sxhlonal.lo y0.
Uo wi II nmko them to order, old or now
lyle to suit uurtomrra, out of tho us and
tre'liCKt stock, of which he alwuyi n.i. ft
ool Mipply on hand Irom which to make
selecUoiii. All Oiling of booU and .Hoe.
made hy Mr. Klilerw la doni- In Ida own khon
-no forolKn iliiliu; belmr mted hv l.im.
fllve l.lin a. II ..... .... ..in .'.'
, ai-iloii 7.... -a.i.
low pi trows.
I talec ploiism in callin.'.'
tlio nltcntiou of tho public to
my I'osli nml full stock ol
now and elegant Ktirnituve, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Kcveiltoeiitli
direct jma wasningiou avis
nuc. Mv stock embrnees
BodsteadH, Wadrobea, Jin
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Table?, Chairs,' Bug
gies, Matrasses and. in a word,
all that is useful or orna
menial in my lino.
This being the only manu-
factory of Furniture in this
city, 1 propose ollering better
goods tit lower prices, and
have made a large red :
in the prro? cf ..'! toy goods.
,"1,n i..id oxiiniine my stork
ni. I secure an out lit of choice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trade J oiler special induce
ments. Xote the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills,
Wholesale anil I'otail Dealvr in l-'itr-nitiiit!
'Iim rrtt ttitll lit. I v l
OITV NATIONAL UANK. OA U'.O
A. U. SAKKOltl), IWdcnt;
S. H. TAYU1B. VluoU'rCbldoLl;
11. UYriLUI'. StiorJtary mi. I 'IrxMurci
f. M. lliaaiti, Cl'. (Uujiin,
F. ll.!rroJtitu, fii't (J. Uout'ii,
R. II. Ci!i)jai, li. I', lliuu'Ai
J. U, 1'uiLLini.
Depoalia of ear Amount Htxicl ? oil d o;.
Tea V.timtm Vpunttlu.
1MTEUEHT paid oo tfopojitu al tho raid of ju
poreent. pr annual, March luttnU apttn
or lul. lnUraalnot withdrawn U id.IcJ lmm.
Ilitaly lo It pnnolpsl of Ibo dcpoatlt, lierb)
glrlna Itivin compound Interest.
HHUEO WOMaW A.11D OUlUllVHa MAY
0 THIT HO OKI IUI OtK Hit IT,
Ovn rtrj buelbdf r Jjr from it.ci. l 1 p.m.,
and Haturdar ei.ci lor HiVI.N.J DKPil'I'-
only, from io o olock.
mailt w. n rni.iir. ireftN.iror.
ii a I st is, i o i
Wi I. tlll.UIIAT, fr..ti.I'.uti
HilNUr I.. nAM.UUY. Vio-l-irii4.ni
A. U. UaKKOHI), Oitihuti
WALTIirt HHUI.W. Aj.hvi.ii- i.,.r
Btaati Tai uu. RrtMarll. Ounuim
8ao. D. Willukimh, UrxrutN llii.u
A. li. riirn.un,
l(xoInu((, olu Hii.l Vnitra amir.
UondH HwUKlit luiit Hol.J.
llKPOHITH raoalTOJ, tnd a inurl hftoklm
FIRST WATIONAI UAiNK
H. W. MlLMtii, riualdniit.
J. M. I'm ui'tf, Vliu-Crortldrtiit,
Cum, Oumni.miiiam, Oanhlur.
aOLIiEOTloiltl 1'SOMl'fliV ilADlt
BXCHANOK, oin. Imak n-itM nn.t llnlliw
rJtaloo i.HOrUi.H l.onuM r..l ho..
-I aim Allnna. .ii 'Mill lli.-lll
mi. '. 1 1 ALIAS
Balsam for tho Lungs
THK UltKAT AMKHK1AN CON
HUMPT1VKUKMEOY Ciinmunptlou U NOT an Incurable .lifceiuc.
I'll) Kl Munu assura uh tills tact. Il In only
neruiptrr to liavo tho Jtl(;lit Ittmcdy, and
tlie terrible malady can bu i-oniiicrcil.
Hall's Balsam is this Hcmoty.
It breaks up tho night BweatH,ndlcvca tho
"liprchblve tiglitucKs acrosjibo lunk'B. and
lical.4 tbe larcernted and excoriated turfaces
rflildi tliuicnom or tlio .llsoubc jiroilut l-k.
WHILKLIFi: LASTS T1IF.KE IS HOPE.
It may iiotbf too lute to riled a ruro even
sIUt tbo doctorH lme jlvon you up
IIiiUh lUlaain In sold everywhere, and
niuy bo had at wholemlu ol tin- fropiietoiK,
lubn V. Ilecry Cur run ,v Co , at their
Oreat Medicine Warclioust', 8 und f Collcyu
I'hce. New York, l'rlco It per bottlii.
llall'H' HaUnm la aim a sure remedy for
uukIic, Colli", I'heuinona. JlroiiL-Tillttf,
Abthuia, Spittlii.of lllooit, Croup, Ulmnp
in Coiih'li. und all other dUralea ol tlio res
Also Proprietor of Hcovtll' Klond and
Mvi'rSyrup.Ciubolle Salve, Kduy'a 'I'rochrf,
Ojnyifonated lliltcr, Moti'a J.iverPIIN, &e.,
.JOHN I". IIKNItY, CtlltrtA.N A- CO .
H and II Oollci! Placr, New York.
I-I AIR D E 23 3 S il; XI
tCii'hlh Street, between Walilii(;l(in and
mm a nil.
O IT O Tul
Chemicals, PiilenL Medicines, IVrfumerv, Hoaps, Brushes,
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fnncv (Uiuds, Collier White
Lead and XHher (iradon, J'aints,' Colors, Oils, Varni.ihcH,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tuhe Colors, Dve
Rtulls, Kte., Etc., lite,
W.- Solli-lt .orr.-spon.lj..icB and older trnm DniKKlitu, PhwU-lani mi.l ll. n. rl More.
"p. :."nVi , m0' ".'i!,'",'!' Clantallm. and I'amlly Modi,- lie m .n.
Ihi'd orlielllled Willi Kellabl.! Iruy at lteaoiial.lc liate.
WIIOI.KSAI.E & KKTAILi RETAIL f: YllY, CRIITION.
71 OIilo lii-vci'. WaOiliiglou Ave. cnr. i:i','litli St.
SO Ohio Leveo - - (JlkXBO, IfJuS
EDMUND HUE'JPlSfER, Proprietor-
Tlio riaiitei'-i lloitc ii localt-.l mi Olii.. ,. r.- Sir.-.-t in
0 LOSE' I M tO X I Ml T V TO .1 1 A 1 1 1 10 A I ) I ) fi
POTS AND S'rWAMBOT JiAiM)IiVGS
Anil in tins IVntur of tlio IliiBiiieKs IV.itii.n of tlio Citv. The House h new
and couijilulu iu all its nppoiiitiiienL. Tins roonn, :uo lure uml aii y, ln-i.'o-beiiii;
i-l.'gantly I'urnislii'.l n nit .-iirpoto.l. t will rccoiw .-imrlonii tt.at
tnent and tin; liest ol' necniiiinoilaiiiiiM.
Transient d'ttosts $-2 ier Hay. Day Hoarders $i20 per Month.
A Trusty Watch, for Trains and Boats Day and ITight.
NEW H O TEL
' Late I'r-prii-tor of tlio St. Nit-h. lai Hotel ,
fla bccuino Stiprriiitomlent u the
CORNISH SIXTH .STRKET AND OHIO LEVEIS.
-Mr. Wiilknr liaviii'' taken char-'c oftliM olil anil Moll.knnv.ii h.,. u-;il,,i
oueu (?ivo it ;i inorounii ronovntiiifc', nun put it in liMt-class order lor tlio reet-p-tioii
guuHtH. Mr. Walker will welcome his old ciu.toini.-r-i to tlio new hotne. anil
win always uu glad to ce tlicin.
First-class Day JJoard ft20 j)or Month.
33; 'O" "I? i US 3FL ,
And Pealer 111
KlOIITII Hl'IlKKT. iii:t. Wahiiinotok AMI
ICeeiw Ihn lioxt of Heel", l'firk. Million
l.ainli, Sailka'e, cle., unit It iireureil to
ei ve laniiiieii ill a aeeciiatilu inanner.
AA, KINDS OF J' HUSH M HATS
Near (,'or. Twuntlutli Strnat and
OA 1110; ILLINOIS
HYLAND & SAUR,
And Jliuleirf in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every ilecrlpllnii.
Cor. lniliMieet ami ('titniner.'l.il Avenue.
.Next door lo Hie lljhml Satoon,
Ireet and (itiiinci-.l
door lo Hie lit, laud S
UU.MAM J(. WHTII, .M. 1).
hntwiV U-:nlV,o,N.0 ''''drteontl. Mrocl.
.rt.i. UnnV"111 UVCI.UH and Waliuil
iialu "' ''""oni'iv.lnl iuenii.1, iii
ATTHNTIO.V JIAC DHAJ.HHS
iSPINNIKfi I'AI'KU iVi'UlK 10.
i Ml Clic.-tnut Stncl,
i ST. .(!'IN jjo.
i'av Tin: iih;im:st ctsu puk i:.s,
7 eta. par II. for .Soft Woolen.
' cle. per Hi for Wool Crirpot.
1 il-1 cu. jmr Hi for .Wool lilt-n hot j.
a Li cU. pur III lor Old fJl.iiii.
j 1 IliOltS' Olil I L 1 1 G S
! a yTMPPt x t tm.v-
V.nt Cof.on lla; Old Hook i.rid
i W iiktn 1'npnr 1 r.f ,'I."I-;Ih-
. '-''". .
A LI LMGTON HOUSE
OO.M.M lUiOIAL AVUNUK,
II a ween Sixth and .Seventh street', Cairo
T. It. KI.LIS, IVopiIetor.
Tho Now Arlington iluiiso i now oi.en
for tlio reeeiitlon ot uuHn, Thu hoiiso U
loca oil In tin. heart ol tho IukIucm iiorllon
ol tho city, and cJiivcnlcnt In oteunihtia.
laiidlnH aud railroad dejiots. (lood a ni le
room, lor eouiuierelal aenu Wateh l.ei
day ami ulKht lor lioutx aud Iralii.
1 I! 1 1 L
A M IDEA!
Buy the World-Renowned
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y
Cincinnati Exposition ;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fail
Georgia State Fair
The Best Sewing Machine
and doing the large
and best ranee of work
All other Machines in tl
Market were in direc
For Hemming, f t
ing, Stitching, Conlii
Binding, Braiding. L nbro
ering, Quilling, & Si.tcfu
fine or iwaug Good?, it
Where wc have no Agct
ve will deliver a I Machine
the price named aLovv, at
nearest Rail Road Statto:
Needles for all Sewiii
Machines for Sale,
dill MiMiJnno l-il-nn in Pvf).
uiu muuiiinvu ifciuii in kAu.
acuu iu; iirtuuus, i
List, &c, and' Copy of
Wilson Reflector, one of
best Periodicals of the
devoted to Sewing; Machi
Fashions, General News
. -l r "- . - . t-i
Wilson Sewing lacHne
Ther.ost fienbwnat SncclatM of the A
tnatmentafJ'iJVATJ:. LUlO.Vlf aV
TM rvalt bttu'.j InlKr.tl.i,. erolL.r our., 1
j.m-Li; ox TUK l-ACK, AMi
sociSTr. uipaiwd rimiT, i.os.i or url
ifiviionn PT .'TIV M.tt n
MIIUCIL MTI.r. ITCI.n. Illui.ra.M .l.h, .......
(I'Ulclnc vtannf ruirr.wtjrrul, !.;, Tli t
lluriU0. 'Xbflr ntturc. cuum cur. Vfe'
.rntlnarUIOKilU lUTiU.p. I.!k i.jtlrl
Ib-dlesl att.nnrn .r ....... n . .Mn.' V
Il.IU. (miUcl with Tlvl pttm.M.
RoR Wood i
I'liunriiliiM, Viihch, Aiilunils. I
i.;mi i'iiM. .itiiiiln Vi,J
IViro VnrliH.'j H
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