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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
v
(J1IIK 1IUI.T.1.TI.N l pnbll-hcd etcr) ninmliiR
(except Monday) In lli" llnltctln llullillnfr, cot
tier WMhlnRlon aieiiueand Twelfth Mrect.
Tils JlCLtKTIM It (cried In city subscribers by
faithful carrleraatTwciity-Klic Ccnta nffttl,
payable weekly, ltyMalt, (In advance) , $10 tier
annum 1 tlxinonlM, Ml Ihicc month, M one
month, 1 U.
mtminmnrruKini iimiT nothing cl0 hut (lllly Wolllii IllllllCO. llllll
TITR WRWT.Y Rill ,1 ,i7 MN t.. visit stud, u nlaoc. Tnesilav wiis Miclit
1UU """ -" I i::
l'nbllihcd ticry Thursday morning nt 1
per annum, Invariably In ndtancc. 'Ihc tiigc
on the Weekly will to prepaid at this onlec, so
IhM Milwcillm will obtain ll for n uljtcrlition
pile of t ayear.
ADVERTISING HATES.
daily.
TliuInMS CunU, per annum Si
One square, one Insertion, 1 W)
One aquar. two liin-rlions, I M
'One piare, one wo k, - 2 M
One square, two weeki, ... 3 SO
One square, Uirco week,- i W
One squre, one month, 0 W
W K K I. V.
One square, one Inserfloi -. l 1
Kach fubimpient Insertion, ., M
t3"0ne Inch I a square.
EJ"To regular advertisers wcoflVrsilperlor In
duietnenta, both at to mte of chargea ami man
ner of Ulaying their favor.
53"Notlcc in local column Inserted for Fif
teen Cents per line for one Insertion, Twenty
Centt a line for two Innrtloin, Twenty-VI
Cenla a line for three Insertions, 'lhlrt)-ric
Ccnta a line for one week, ami i-ecitty-VIc
Cent a line for one moiilh,
Oommunlcatlona upon subjects of con
eral'lntoreat to tbo publlo sollotted.
O-All letter shoulil 1m: iuMieHl to
JOHN II. OIIKIH.V,
I'mtlilent Culro lliillclln Cuniiny.
KemlliiK Mnller uii livery I'ime.
JOHN H. OBEIiLY, Editor.
SPIRITUALISM.
A Seance with the Scotland County
Seers.
An Incredulous Correspondent Ro-
markauly Convinced.
All InlcrtiPH' Willi llu- Silrll'
Llllnif Voiullf I. inly.
of 11
(Special Corrcnioiiilencoof the St Iui lilolic
JlKMi'iii.i, .Mo., Dt-crnilH'r 'J, 1871.
Only a few moiillis iio tlio ipiaint llttli'
liainlct of -Moinplilr, .S'otlauil county,
-Mo., ncstlcil in IN gnlt'liiilc on tlio curve
of tlio .M. 1. anil X. JE. 1!., aliiut un
known, nml It- pcoplo littlo tliiukiiir yf,
tlio position ll would mxiii ori:iiiy liy
reason of tlio "Miprrnatural'1 a'i'iu'v of
0110 of ii lcat prominent citizen-. Mem
phis may now bo appropriately oallcil the
town of fplrltx ami iiowmi.'ijkt eorn
lionilentf. ll Is a kind of -New .Iciiisaleiu
fur Spiritualist-:, and tlio ino-t inyelerioiis
hjiot 011 earth to tlio -.kept lo.
I arrived here Monday afternoon about
ll o'clock, and at onco proceeded to inter
view several of tlio morn prominent citi
zen, willi a view of gutting a public
opinion oflluney Mfltt, tlio great spirit
medium, who is doing Mich wonderful
thliiL'H liy the nlil ot nu oecult lutliieiin
Theru aro few pcoplo lit tliu town who
lo 1101 laKo tlio greate-lpieasiiieln per-e-eiitlngand
denouncing liliu 11 s an iiiunit
lifatcd hllinhiig, altlioii -r)i thev ('',
thathU "Iwnh'iiinlii" ! ivm'd'W'
clever. I WH-. vor-y-jL--utly iJNippollltcd
III Mr. Mott. ns to Ills appearance, and
could not refrain front e.vprui-i-lng souio
Mtrptlsc at Ills iiimsiiiuln; inaiinei'ii, anil
tliu ubseneo of any jjreut lutellectiltd in
illenUon; In fact, liu Is below incdloere,
not only In pbylca but also lu mind de
vcloiunent. lie Is of 11 vi rv r....i..i
nature, exeejit when MicnMngof the citi
zens of Memphis. It is (lieu lie ilrllfhln
ill lieluginoroM-and vliidlethe. Ilcsayi
lie would have been
Moiuir.i) i.ox(! mxci:.
If It had not Im-cii that tlio civil lawn have
Iki'H vigorously enforced, and now that
he has triumphed over hNadversarle. lie
iloen not intend to gnitlfytlicui,by glln'
them any evldencoof his spiritual powers;
that liU uudlcueeH aro hiilllcleiit ly lare
mid ulwuya of prominent gentlemen mid
ladles from ubroml.
I went to his house, liy invitation, and
was shown his cabinet, which Is nothing
nioro Mum a vacimt room, four liv slv
feet, celled tightly, and ban a sinall'win-
uow, eigiu menus mjiiuiv, lor iiiIiiiIb-Ioii
01 air 111 biuniner-tune. 'llie dour 1
narrow, wiin nu aiK-riuro oer Hie toi
luiuiccu nieues 111 muni, ;u Hlilen Ule
niatenaiied spirits appear and eon
verse with their IrJends. This cabinet
has lieen thoroughly examined, and tin
window M-aieii wiin posiagc stamps', so
that It cannot be opened without leaving
cMdunce. Ills wife Isa verv pleaaiit and
Intelligent ludy, having gra'duated nt one
of our leading senihiaiies, Ills little glri.
Kssie, Is wrtalnly tlio most beautiful
child I ever saw, ami everyone that seen
her expresses tlio saino opinion. .Sim is
oy 111 und her parents will not allow her
to uo nay more spirit Mali-writing, as It
miwu her nervous system so greatly that
hho remains uueoiiselous allerward for
two hours, and U then very sick for a
day following; but si, many haw keen
her elate-wr nugliMlayllght that U,.
nolongern U'st; hut It U a fact that she
does get communications written by 1111
Heen hand. '
Mr. ilott was unwell tho afternoon I
urrlved In tlio city, and had decided to
ml two evenings befoio L'ii ln" aniiibi.i.
t-canwi, his faco plalnlv indicallng that Im
msiug ins viiauiy, a largo 1111111
Ier or prominent gentlciiien, fmin vari-
otis plaw-s. nrrivi-d tho same dav 1 did;
Kimv ronilng us far as three ' liuiKlrotl
jmriKwly to wllncsa tho spirit
phcunuicnii; lint lie a.tiil Itwns Impossi
ble to live n slttln; that lilglil, ns lie wns
pliilciillj- unable. A wry
did.
l.AltOI. st'M Of MWKV
was ollercd lillil. hut lie clnlini'tl that (lint
wns iioobect.iis he viilucil his health much
more: however, In- tnw in tlit eoiiolii
lion tlint liiiiuiui'li us the Gtobt corres
pondent had come purposely to see his
SCIIIICC, I HI W Olllll comply 011 tho following
ewiiliiK, lint Hint' only 11 select low would
boiulinltleti. llic lonouiiiiliiyalioiil
lllly more persons tirrhcil. innuiiir thorn
this reporter of tin1 New York Mercury,
who imiih' Hearing 1111 nit projuuiiTs iiosn
Is heir to; hu tiroitoiitiootl Spiritualism 11
I lrliriiiitli: lituiilmir In iii1viiiic(. iimiI Mild
inkHiir III tl. ttiwn uiitl talking Spirit-
iiali'in. us nothing, oriiiiioeisomnoiigni
llilll-lll in itiiuiiii-, " i '
i.r 1 iv t In iii'iiiilii lhlii!? or coiiilii"- lien
A lii'iirt V MllilMT mi" i .iivn, iiiu i niiicii
tin fi'iiwii. wiui'ii liirii iniiiiiirrrii iiiiuiii
- 1 1 .1 1 1 ..1.....1
.vi'ii v. ivo. iviin rci to .Mr. .11011 innic.
mil. ns anlldii.ittil. coii-liU'ralilu trotthli1
wn occn-ioiifii oy .nr. .nun iirnjiu im-
inloii to so arire n iiiiiniH-r, mil iiiiit
llllll-ll I'l'llMllllll'r Illllli IUTUIH WI'IX' III I'
llllltfll.llll'llllllllf: IllVH'll llllll UK' Mercury
num. lilll1l-1lt. AllcTMlllll' lll'cltlllllllin
..i,in,.rvMllim till! Illll Hid' Ut'10 rclll I'MI II
III I llirollL'IllV CXIIIlUIIU lilt eillllll'l II11U
Mr. .Mull. ID Ulll-iy llliill-i'iM" 111111 in1
UMil iiotliln' lo lu'i-Minntf eplills or to
liiiiio-u 011 tin- ii'iilli'iui' niiythlii not
('nlK-1-1.1,1 ...I'llll'll. Alll'l'thl'CX.'llllllliltlllll
wii-i coiupli loil, Mr. -Molt I'litercil liN nili-
llli't nml toiiK a Kent in a laru arm- -iiiiu
iiti.li iii.'itlv illli'il tlio email romu: he
lalil ilowii oh Hit- ihalr, I c.-tln Ills JV-c-t on
iililch oltomaii, anil llirn ii-mo Ihh wlu
in linn ilown tliu lhrht. J hu Ininp wai
placi'il on tin- Hoot' ami tunii'il down 1111
ill Hi,. 1,. u.w lull :l lici t) twlll'-lit In Hit
room. J'ivc niliiiito.i iiittTHnnl tlio
fii nnr or .1 iiov
appraiTil nt llic airi'liin'.liol(lln' ailiinii,
wlili'li lie ln'atwItliL'ical Iwir, anil lii'pt
jooil llmo lo tin' wlii'c.y tmliM
Ot llllll! OI III!' HID"! llllll'IIIOII"
hlntrcw I'vur a'-'.cnilili'il, Allpr tin' Iiov
(ll-appi'nrcil, (It'll. lUoclsoo ii'M'alcil lilin-
m;II, ami ri'ipiwii'ii a convi'i'.-aiinn wiin
the nttdleiiL'i1, one at a tlnn.'. Ilu lTclli'il
tlio inaimcr ol his iloatli. ami M'ViT.il
tiling which oceniiTil IiIIl lie walyliijr
in Mute: two freiitli'ini'ii wt'io pivi'iit
who hail fat up Willi tlio (ii-iicial the
nlliht iiri'vioiiH to lil-t liurlal, anil thi-y
wi'iv tolil flri'iuii'-tanrc.' whlcli. .'iIHioiikIi
Inri'Otll'll I IV tlll'lll. Wi ll' millll'll llV till'
(ii'iicr.il. 'I'lio irt'Oi'iiitlon was coinplvto,
It lui" liccn at si'vi'ral prcMoii'. f.raiii'iN
hv nei'soiis nciuiainled with 1 alt 11 during
his inc. 1 oi.ixikci'. who nas necn pre-
v oils v siiokcii 01 m li ners 10 tnc st,
l.ouls prcbs, appeared very distinctly, ami
was iiNo reeognl.eil. One ol the most,
noticeable ami striking recognitions was
made by Mr. Hartley, who was called lo
the aiicrturo, and who at once recog
nized liU brother, who was murdered sev
eral years ago. The spirit ol Ihodcceaed
brother related tnc circuiiisiance 01 111s
death minutely and in detail. The spirit
wasaked lniio splul o Ills oilier lie
cea-ed broUier was iiicsulit. and w as an
swered in. tlie aillrniiit'ive by the brother
called for. The scene that followed was
so impressive that several
cori.i) xo r itiiriiAi.v i kom tk.uis.
The living brother fulled to rccognio
the spirit ot the one willed for. by the ap
pearance ofthe face, as he said, that be
fore his death his brother was llcshy.
while the ninterlall.ed face looked wan
ami so deathlike; but the conversation
was null that I here could bo 110 doubt
that the spirit was ceilainly that ofthe
deceased. Mr. Hartley a-ked the spirit
how, and when, and by whom was he
killed, and 11I.-0 to relate the circum
stances of Ids death ; ho was nu'Wc red,
llrst bvthestoi'voftliel.ist parting, which
was correct ; then followed the circum
stances', whlfh were also correct; the
spirit then told the brothel' that a new
tombstone had lately been erected over
his grave, and then recited the eies and
Inscription 011 his slab; further eililcncc
was not wauling, but the spirit lnMed
011 telling the brother lunch more, ami
told him that their falher hail Just or
dered an enlargement of the lat pictures
taken of the two brothers before they
met their deaths. All this occupied
nearly half an hour. Two gentlemen
well known In the community chanced
to bo piescnt at the sciiuce. but their
principal oblccl in coining to Memphis was
In scan h ol'lwo horses which they tup-jio-cd
were stolen. One of the gentlemen
was called to the aperture, where he Im
mediately rceognl.cd the splill of his
brother, who had been shot accidentally
'omo lime ago, Tlio spirit told the
'brother how the accident hud liaiipcncd;
called the names of all the faintly, and
then told his brother lo return home, that
the hoi -es had only strayida short dis
tance, ami would bo al home Wednc-daj
alleriioiin.
A strange incident, as we may call it,
occurred to the Mercury correspondent.
Ills name wa- failed by a child, but his
unbelief was so sluing that lie rcfu-cil to
approach Hie aperture, whereupon the
door of the cabinet opened, mid the spirit
of his little child, who was eight years of
age al tuc tune 01 ucr ileum, came out
mid went up to bun. aliuot
......nt
lis If ll bad
iMin.
in- lecllnifs so
(ivcii'jiliie lllll lli.'ll lie room uui siieui.,
.mil llie eh d returned lo the
eniniiei
liefoiv he had rccowrcd hliu-clf; but the
recognition was complete, mid tho cor
respondent now refuses to leave Mom
phis being charmed, as ll were, liy the
sweet
r.u i. or ins ii.m.v mi, i.
He expects to see her again to-night.
The mother of a (iermaii boy from l ort
Madison, who died lu (icnnauy when the
son was but four years of ago, next ap
peared, told her mime, the place and
manner of her death, and 111:111 v circum
stance of her llli'. Tho Ijoy could not
remember the lace of his mother, but
said all she (old him was true.
The strangest pari of the seance oc
curred lo yoiu'eorrc.-poudont, mid though
llie recllal will require inai 1 make some
mention of a seance I attended hi St.
I, old-la-l week, 1 cannot olult it here. On
the fourth night, la-t Thursday, of my at
tendance al th" seances glen by 'Mr.
llrayuaril, on the corner ol Seventh and
1, liu slices, 1 saw the spirit ol a young
uiiiv w no, ai one nine 01 my me. hole n
clo-cr relationship than a liieiul : our ac
ipiallilauee extended through n period of
more man lour years, inn
the Iclssiiiidcs- of life suddenly
separated and cen estranged us.
Kight months aller our alienation I
learned that she was married. Twovcar
hae iased sluee then, mid not a word
have I heard trom heive If or I'ainlli'.
that tlieeli-eunisliuiec nl' our more liitliuale
Irleuil-lup hail almost passed out of n
liicinoryaml Peed lorgotten, OnTluir
day night ho appeiired to inc as natural
as wlien wo last jiarled. Slie wore a dark-
coiorcd iiii'ss; hit natr was now lug
loo-cly over her shoulders, and bound
back liy a white I lain, the material of
which I could not discover. She told me
she had been dead more than six mouths,
and that her brother Albeit was with her;
she also requested 111c lo wrlto to her
father, telling hllh bow she appeared lo
inc. uii tno pillowing day last I- rlday
I wrote to her father lu detail, but as I
lelt.St, Louis that afternoon, I liae heard
nothing from him. i.a-t night I couil
dclltly expected lo see the spirit of that
lady again, and I was not disappointed.
I bad taken the precaution, llrst. to keep
my nauio oll'tholiotel legisler, and keep
i'tlecnt over tho circumstance I have
tilted above. Toward the hitter pait of.
the seance, my iiauie was called, and a
ring that I still wear was cillcd for, Ilo
foro going lo I ho aperture, 1 requested
tlm "pull to give 1110 It niniie, which It
being, as I expected, the young ladv
1 felt coulldeiit I would sco. I gae her
tho ring which (.lie had worn two years
she kissed It and dlappcarcil,soon re
turned and gave me back (he ring ngnln.
Slio told too that I had written lo her
lather, and al-o what I wrote; she al-o
told 1110 mat
my i.i:rn:it wah anhwi:ih:i,
mid had liccn received nt the Dinputch of
llce on Tiicdny. She did not aiipcar this
llnii! dres((l a? she was on 'l hursdiiy
niily
rcijucstcd 1110 lo wall 11 inonicnl. She ills
appeared about twenty seconds, Ihcli
raiuo ill inn view again, wuu me same
thini on her head, nml III cutv icncct
jul ns she appeared lo me the llrl time.
This was the I,it uiatcriali.atlou, there
being III all Illleen, 1110 111OH 01 Whom
were recognl.ed. those that were not
ldcntllleil being members of tho baud of
spirits which appear nightly.
-Mr. -Mott i.s controlled iv n liirmnti.
who gives hl name as I livens, but he has
iicut materialized but once. This eon-
trolliug spirit, after the seance closed,
tooK pos.e-sion 01 .Mr, .Mott, and lieeaim
boisterous shouting and hallooing out
that the spirits wen; about lo kill the tnc
dliini, there being one hundred and llfly
in the cabinet, 'I lie door was then
opened and Mr. Moll, commenced bilk
lug Harvarlaii (.el-man in nu ex
cited manner. althollLdi It s well
known here that he cjimiot speak a word
of thai language when iclcacd from
ort iilliicine. lie answered eery
iptctloii put to lilni, either In (icrmaii or
very broken i.ngiMi. i.vcryouc prcscni
had something of (he past (old Ihcni.nud
then what was 111 store tor me iniure.
cannot, answer for the others who our
ilnin.it Mr. Mntt.lillt as 10 luv-ell'.
found that he knew more of my pnt life
than I could tell uivsclf without time lo
recall events. 1 lo even (old the names of
111 v friends, who my associate are, and
what I had been doing; how I came to
Memphis, and my pui'iio'e; my expecta
tions and what I anticipated and nKo told
me much concerning t fie future, coupled
always with eauc and ellect; he spoke of
the ladv friend I met. ami then proceeded
to tell me everything that had transpired
between us, all of which was truth, with
out the sllgtest discrepancy.
1 nave
OSi; OTIII'.lt MVBTTIIV
to relate before closing. This morning I
Induced Mr.Mott to gotolhe photograph
al crv with 1110 (o s t for a picture. 1 he
photographer Is n mail violently oppo-ed
to iSpliitualUni. nml It was with some re
luctance that Mr. Molt enn-eutcd. Af
ter his picture was taken. 1 noticed a
spirit photograph lie-lde him. This so
excited my curIolly that I begged to
111:1 Ke an cMimiiiniion 01 me iiiMrumcni
screws, plates, etc., which being done
l
then Induced Mr. Molt to -It again, and
to allow me to sit bc-ldc liliu, which be
klndl v allowed. The picture were good
one, but instead of two pcr-ons there
were live, one of whom, a lady. Is ipiitc
i Mluct. stunning between us, ner iiouy
belli'' ob-ciired bv a cloud. Aller these
plcliires were taken, some St. l.ouls gen
tlemen rcoiiestcil -Mr. .Moll to-itwiin
them, which be did. and they al-o n
eclved the spirit phologr.iphs much
plainer than mine. The spirit faces are
all dllfcretit, and some have been recog
nized.
Mr. Molt correspondence Is so large
that he cannot undertake lo auwcr all
the letter. he receive. Some of these
letters are from the mo-t prominent cap
italists, politician and Slate olllclal 111
the country, all of them soliciting advice,
or petitioning hint tol-ll thelii ami give
thciii private scance'.
.Von:. The llrst letter alluded to in
tliu above correspondence, a being at
tlio D'upatch olllce in this city, was found
there, having been received on Tuesday,
as stated by tho ".spirit" at .Memphis. It
I- from the father oftho ladylli ipleMion;
but it complicate tho mutter considera
bly by stating Hint she wa "well and
heailv" last Sunday. Un. (it.oiu:.
iiky ;ii..
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All uro Invltad to call and examine
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A NXOt N' 1- Hi"' 'b0 '"'
J a-1 ri cciud
XV. I.11KI H
i, llllll nt of
FALL AND WINTER
MILLINERY
GOODS
U'l.i. li tl,., i i l i -ill lo llie bubi -, ,f (iltlO
nt Hikes lo mil Hit Line- Mie i lo be found lit
M'Gree's Old Stand,
On South Slilo Eltrhth Stroot, between
tno Avonues,
When -he I- inm-d nt nil Mines to sell
HATS, DONNETS, RIBBONS,
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, Sic.
1".lieilen mll-h Kteueli Kelt Huts, lirail-
isf 'l rliiinillws, ( lull, -bin I'm-ki Is nnd Ili lts im,l
nil llie l.ilc-l Ni.Mttliv. nl llmii wlillmlll
ineil" l"iiflii.tr. ilm ladlea me Inelksl In
can mi, l ree Ibr llieifi.eltiM.
vvnoi.iMAi.r. ;tto(
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
AOEUTS AMERICAN TOWDEH CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
II A lliMiiu.
1. 11 'llmlil"
THOMS & BROTHER,
Ciim sscire to II M lliih n.)
Commission Merchants
And dealers In
STAPLE AMD FANCY
GROCERIES,
Forolcn and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
181 COMMEKCIAL AVENUE.
G. D.
VILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
lHviir In
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 1G OHIO LEVEE.
Cri:i lAbulleiitlon Klieu loi'iiiisisniinents and
U IllllliS onlers
iiorsi: iMi !i:it.
J. H. ABLE,
use Painter
PAPER SANGER.
CORNER TENTH STREET AND
WASHINGTON AV.
IS liiciiaieil 10 do nil kinds of House l'nlnlliijt,
Kiiliiiiiinan.'ir W liileiihlnt! either In llie
ellynr siiirmiii'liiiK eounlry nl niisoiuMi- prl
irs All nntii's lll I well u prompt ami pcr
somd ullenlioii lull nml mi' llllll
n.TNTon::s.
SAM WILSON,
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, &c.
No. 110
OKio Xiotroo.
Y.UtlKTY NTtmil.
Hew-York Store
WIIOLnSAI.E AND RETAIL.
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Corner 10th St. nml Commorolul Av.
CAIKO. IUINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
Till', MASON A; HAMLIN
ORGAN COMPANY
7IS'S'I.1IS of lluee hliihest liliil.il- und ill-
iilotuu nf linnor, nl Vienna, IsT.I, mid
I utis, Im!7, now niu-riiiii ilnesl u otiinent ,'
the la-t eiiliim i mffMM In llie Mm 1,1, ini luilliix
new slilej with ni-i-til Iruproi tin nti not only
eclit.ini) iur.;uh, a iorinetly , l.ut uUu on
new I'l.in- of iy pajineiilSi the luot I'uvornlite
cur "iriii-il iii'inina tented Willi pilillefn! ot
piirelaise, In iiIiuihI any m t ol Ilm eounlry.
1 list pll IIK-lit i HI or upw lll'lln
liliiiltulul eniiilo(uea and rlmil.tr). with lull
piulleiilnii, wni n,n on i-i-iiiesl Addlesa
WAS0N & IIAMX.IN OROAN CO.,
Ilo.tnn, Nov Yotk or CldeiDfii
Co
SELECTED WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
OF ALL KINDS AND QUALITIES,
Alpacas, Serges, Diagonals, Cashmeres, Empress Cloths, &c. all of
which will bo sold at tho lowest prices.
tJSSA handsomo stock of LADIEC ond CHILDREN'S FURS'' arn nlTorod nl remarka
bly low figures, and somo of tlio host and choapost SHAWLS ovor oponod in tho city.
Those aro more pleasing to tho ladios than anything of tho kind ovor offorod in Cairo.
tc5? Burner has also oxcollont bargains in WATERPROOFS and CLOAKINGS, SHOES
of alfkinds, KID GLOVES, LADIES' MERINO UNDERWEAR and HOSIERY, an unsur
passed assortment of EMBROIDERIES, a largo variety of ZEPHYRS of all kinds, RUCH
INGS, SILK NECKTJES, BEADED TRIMMINGS, &c; NOTIONS of all kinds suitablo for
Holiday Presents. Tho Domostic Dopartmont is unusually full, and tho Muslins, Towolings,
Table Linon, &c, are all offered at bargains. Tho public aro invited to call and inspoct
those goods. Remember tho place.
IHON WllllllS.
Viilcan
Iron Works
Commercial Avcnuo,
OPPOSITE NINTH STr.EET,
JOHN T. RENNIE. Prep.
FOUNDRY
MAGfflNE SHOP;
FORGES AND
riPE FITTINO,
mill, steamboat
mac!hii;f.ry
MANUFACTURED and REPAIRED.
Qi'i:
raniir. hotiM. irniK'i nuinwi "ui ju
rkund till wik "f u fiiuilHr rlmractrr
ll mi ll ml ItHri lining in all lt linim ln-s 1
full ii-sortmeiil ut -Worrl", 'lusker . " '
I'liilailetiihui pi' mid Illtiiur- llnwn K'""'",
iti , iin,lKallMiesuiii5oii ii"
piping or
house ron gas
MAIli: A ,s'i:UAI.TV
gent for unii-nni'i Speelnl llmlil I'liinpaml
Holler Fmler, tin- Is-st inaiiularliiinl lull's
Patent s,lion l'niuM, anil .liilni' ralehl
iioiernoi uml liiin riior Valie
'the I, illowinK engines, ele .Comalc
o sli-.iinlioul uiKliiea, la1, Ineh Isiro of
ejlimli ri II e li t stroke, und In K",HI opler
. I. .IV .Ki.l t-ii.,1 t u , ..iiL-tit inin
iliieeiiKlne lor ImPlliiK fielidit, 7', All).
One PiS-.il saw mill enidne, Willi shaft nml
cnink lor inulj or xnnit iw, neond IijihI
one lieu 12 i iikIih-; m own iimmilai'liiie
Also, ll n-eonil-liaad Uue riillllnf iii'iclilni
and lolnler, nml v.irelioii-e holslliiK maelilne in
Kooil oiiler
i;iijxlni uii'l niHihinery of all kind boinrlil
und sohl
It AMIS.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
$100,000
in in Kits:
V I' 1IAI.I.IHAY, 1'ie.lilenl
Ili:s"ltY I. HAI.I.IHAV, Viie 1'ie.t.
A II S.UToltl), I .i.hler
W'AI.TKIt 1IYSI.OI', A't nshlir.
lilllKcroM
SlAAT 'I'AMOII, It II ( CNMNIIIIAH,
I, llAI.I.IDAY, W P llAI.I.IIUV,
II. WiLMAMsuv, hriuiiliN limn,
A II Saiiohii
Kxclmngo, Coin nnd United States
ijontis iioiiBiit unit aoiu.
Dirl'iisl l'S ii-i-iivisl uml a Ki'liend liitnklns'
liii.tni.s ilone
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHATtTERED MARCH ill, 1801).
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
iii i k r.us:
A II AlTlillli. 1'iwddinl
H . 'J'AYIill, S ho PimliUiil.
V. IIYmI.iiI'. Ne'y nnd 'liuiMiirr.
numerous:
IlAlieu.VV, ''HA" tiMtOIIKII,
SiiHiiri.i:ril, I'Ai'i. much,
P. SI
.M
II I'L'SNIMlllAJI. II I. IIAI-MIIA. ,
.1 M 1'mi.i.ii'H.
'1 S"l'l',Iti:bT paid on depo-lls nl lliu rile of slv
1 'ner ecu. per annum, .Mauii l t nift iii!eni-Ih-i'
l.t Inleiesl not M'llluli'iiwn Is mlileil iiiiini
illalely lo llie iuinclji.il ol' llie deposiis, Uu-iiliy
KH iHK llu'lit t'.iiiiioiiiil lutensi
MARRIED VOMEK AND CHILDHKN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DRAW IT.
Open every lnndm iluy lloiu '.hi m.to.lii iti
and Siitunlny euidtigii lor saWnKsiliiioidti only
I'roiiiUlobo'i'loik
W. HYSLOP, Treasurer.
mmerciaS Av., cor. 9th St.
Has received another large lot of
COJM-aiQTXrJG- 035
vroiti:.
sv
ctuan
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Cairo Bulletin
BOOK AND JOB
EstabliBhment.
riIIE Inruoot nnd best printing of
1 lico.ln Bouthern IllinotH lorexo
cutlne all kinds or
JOB PRINTING-
i:tir.MhlnK III die line or
COMMERCIAL PRINTING
..I.Miilli J III I lii- l,ii'lir-t s lyli- of (In- ml .
I'luiii nnd orii.iiiii iilnl julniliiK, surliiis .
.. Voddintr Cniilo
...WoddliiK- Invitations
.Hull Invitations
. Ilnll J'lOUTainmos
..Hall Card a anil Ticlcots
.. flhow Prlntinu-
...Onset Iptivo UIIIb
IIouhii riOKiuimnos,
. l'rou'tiiiiimea
.. Fosters,
...noduoru .,
.. Datoo
I Si-rlultlea made of prlllllnK for
Orders nnd Societies.
n
I N. B.
i Our offlco 1ms boon lutoly rc
i lilted svith now typo of tho lu
i test and best dcsiRits, nnd is
i undor tho porsonnl imporvi
i sion of Mr. John H. Oborly,
i who litis lutoly rotirod fl'om
: thopatrlotio but unprofitable
: businoss of saving tho conn
: try, and proposes to horoaftcr
i givo tho most of hit) attention
! to his own business and tho
i Bullotin cHtablishincnt. Mr.
: O. has had twonty-ono yonrs
i oxperioneo as a praotical job
i printer, and bohovos ho can
i givo satisfaction to oven tho
:' most fastidious lovors of olo
j gnnt job printing.
CO x
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PRINT NG
oods
HOLIDAY TRADE,
sv.w .nvi:iti ihi:.ni:.N-iN.
THE WEEKLY SUN.
lsri:e s
imtv in Je
ifMiib-nl, luiiisst and fi-nilostieM V" t !
liriMsl eilniiini. tsiocfaUv ili-..-ni'l li.r tin
liriiier. llie 111'-. liain , the ini-ri ,.:sl ' I 111
1,1 , 11--.1,, 11 .1 iimiI sii'l iii'-irixiit at. u:i 3-;ii
We 1I111 lo iiiaki llie Weokly Hun llie l 1
l.onilv in M'-eiirf-r m tl" w.iil'l II 1 r II fi -
I li-rlainliiK nn, In-tne tin-11 ul 1 f 11 rr .'
1 I, nl nrliit 11,,11'iiiK I,. ,,n, n'l tie 11 ' r.
Ii.iis ..ii-l ,i li.sii iii-u- Iree l.i!0)3r'i
' iki.Ihi- iii-eiiael
'lr 11 A.l.ln-
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Si .v
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1
TO HAVE GOOD HEALTH
l"ba lli-r tfni.l 1m- It i,t in tit It r
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Mirelfiiih ( itlluirtlt mi.i liii' l rn I Jt.i (
liti'iit uf Lhtr, "Uiiinuh ftixl It ll
Hurth- rriii.kxioii, nut r c k t.t.t l.i U lir
"llllll lltlltHltOfl
Try Sanford'a I-lvor Invlicorator.
it I I'M HUMAN Y.OItOll. IIMI.MISli
1 II , iillurs'X ma faseliu'i' a I tram
tin I,, e an, I yam anii'lluns i,r ai, e; :i llie)
l in-Uiilly llli arl all r ,iit
I., uml rent i pfrtls-r il!i a Msrr.airi
l.n.,1. ltf(l.llMii flnsi'l.. Ilrrnr 11. -ll I.
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sii-o. .v i o i 'in:
n
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in ill- ss''nis in Pit r
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file I' U ll Kl in
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. la .11,'
tiTinrnrnj mute eniiw.Tvie WfiTTOt'al
ai, ,re iiuiti vt iirtinnai ni--ii -. . iu-i
n,iui:lil in lru- anil n-ir'siii- i ' n it
uriu,to . lonnina- iMsnitiful an I ar'ratue I- tin
-ni inii-nl 'I be, exeite nillit '! r.'tiura
tl.,11 So ork 1 1 aifeiit ( t ' I :.) K' I
n iriiliiih rl,-ir l. i '. aiel s)'i i r ,1.-.- On
...i.i s--. ...... I. ........ .1... I'
lite Hi. not k ell. it is -n il It'll !t fi'smbuulk
euiiiu--inv- A rent a Svanteu in ier,
Ion ii in tin- Miitr sr, f (l ,lar i, Jj.
1.1.1. I'l I'I'l.l.. I .. ,1. r il l-i-iiI S rllni-l
rj-,,, III
MOST EXTRAORDINARY
Torras of Advertising aro otTorod foi
Kewapapors ir. the State of i
TT T TTvTTC! I !
AJ-SJLJJUIA. UJ.,J ; :
;3--eml for li-t of ios i -ntel clie lule of rati 4
Geol 'p. Rowell & Co., '
ADVERTISING AGENTS,
No II Park llnw. New York
co.N'si'ni'Tio.v.
I I i M 1 .1
'In KinTiiitor Tnr IIii.i.i:tix L
l.sii.i.uKt rntrvii You will jliite inform;
your u-.uliis put 1 haii. n ti-r-ttm- j
Curo for Consumption
and nil illsnntim nf llie thioiit and Liuif s am
iitiii'lmt of i-iies, and willuiie j
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
for n -il ill not Ih-ih'III I ii'I.s-1 , en i,trnnxK
I will .end a miliiple Flit. I. to tiny riilTernf
tiililiessbiK llie j'
I'leiiM- show llili Inter lo any one you mavi
kilOW Mill! U klliri'l'llIK ll'lllll till -I! itiil'Util'i miill,
olillKe rnlllil'ully yoitis, j
lilt T P Pi UT I
m W illliiin. St . New Yink
in:.
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !l
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholesale iitnl l.'i-tall Healen in
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMDUS, KY
CAIIl61FFICEi
At Ilulon & Wilson's, Corner Twullth St.
und Ohio Luvoo.
Wi; will inn tin lie nuifon lliroiiuhoul III"
Siiisou, dellifilnjr pine lake ire In any
pull ol' llie eily ut the Inui-M tii.iiki-t prlee, and
will nl-oliirnl-li our I'lli'ti'l oiiHIde the eily with
hi hv Ilm inke or ear hud, packed In suwdu.l
or siiiiiiiii'uiioaiiyoiiiiiii '-. ..
I'lTN.
FITS CURED FREE
A NY person suniMlus fiotti llieahoie ilisiitse
X.V l reiUi-sli-d lo lulduss Hr I'lli-eaiidii Iiiui
liollle of his inuitli'lne Mill lie loin aided I'llKK
Hi- I'l hi' is a ictfiiliirpliyeU'luu, and ha liunlu
llie lie.ilineiit of
PITS OR EPILEPSY
n study for ytiira, und he will wuimnt a cine by
llie u-e nl' his icnicd , , . ., i.
Do not fill to send In htm for n tilal liotlh'i It
costs liotliin, mid he
WILL CURE
you,
No mailer how lime stundlnit your ran' may
lie. or how ninny oilier leiueille.s
lioM' iiiaiiy
limy lane
lulled
:ii'i iilnra and ti-tltueniid sent w II It
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
Address
DR. CHAS. T. PRICE
.New Yoik
(H.O-tM-d&nly
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