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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjUlK HUI.UST1N UpublUhedeTfryniornlrur
(asctpt Moiulaj) In U JJallrtJn Balldlnir, cor
Mf TTaahlnrton Tnu and Twelfth tmL
Tm Bpitfrrw U t1 to city obtcrlbtw by
DiOJaX eTTrrit Twenty-Fire CcnU Wrrk,
payabUimkly. BySUIt, (In lTnct), 10rr
annmai all monthi, Ml three month! , M one
mtalb, II 35.
TI1E WEEKLY BULLETIN.
ArtMab44 .ttery ThumJay rooming al 1 a
Hi mi, lnHilalilj Ibepostaje
om Um Weekly will I pitpW t thlj office, o
tbM toDttttbm iM oDula It for lubscrlpllon
rice of II Jr.
TJuilnta CnU, per mourn,. ...SO 00
One ianijtone lnMrtlon,.-.- 100
One aijaart" two lnrrtlon, 1 M
On. aquare, one wrrk, - w
OnYaquart, two wreki, 3 M
nii ,i'uaro. tlitvo . wrrkj..w... Ou
One (iurr, one month, . . 5 00
One aquarf . une Inv. ...... ..-.$1 to
iTch iubriiicnt Inw SO
Ef0ne Inch lea iiiui.
tJ-To rrjrular adYtr!!- r eoncrUrlorln
duetmenU, bol1! an to rate of I' '!? aid man
mt of dlnpUylog Ihrlr faror.
0Xotlera la local cohuiin lirrtl for Fif
teen Cent per line for one Inwrtlon, Twenty
Ceate a line for two mfe-iloni, Twenty-Five
CesU a line for thrf.' 'ntcrtlom, Tlilrty-Flri'
Cent! a line for one utik, and Scvcnty-Flve
CenU aline for one monUi,
OOTnmnnlca.tlom upon autjeota of gen
Tatl Interest to the publio aollclted.
CJ-A11 letten ahould be addrMl to
JOHN H. OHEUT.Y,
Frcaldent Cairo Bulletin Company.
B4iB( Kattter EreiT Feme.
JOHN H. OBEBLY, Editor.
A jjispositiox to restore tho franking
privilege Is rranlfestlng itself iu Con
gress. Hom. Williiw Hartzell and family,
are rlsltlng that gentleman's parents at
Thhy are publishing "The Beautiful
Snow" again; and now let us all depart
In peace, for this thing cannot longer be
A nMOMrriox to erect a statue of Gen
Zachary Taylor In Washington City at a
cost of not Is3 than twenty thousand
dollars, has been Introduced In Congress.
Am "excellent committee" has been ap
pointed to Investigate Southern outrages,
the Chicago Tribune wys, That Is, the
committee are nearly all Itepubllcans and
ludlcal m-publicans at that
Oatu has stepped down and out from
the position of Washington correspond
ent of the Chicago Tribune, and up and
Into the position of editorial writer on
the ew Vork Herald .
Joh.v A. McCnsLLAV, a young man of
rrnno county, roollshly cut his throat a
Urt (Xxyt go, and went over on tho other
aiuc. iie is in the Ht sphere, and is
sawing wood for a living. The work Is
hard, he says ; and he feels an Inclination
to cut bis Uiro.it again and die Into an
other sphere when the work Is easier.
Ta result of the late elections has had
the good eflect of modifying the civil
rights bill. The house Judiciary coinmit
Ur has Agreed to pre-nt a bill, as a sub
stitute for tlm Senate bill. In which cannot
Ins found the provbdon of tlw Senate bill
In reference to mixed schools. The new
bill pormlts states to maintain separate
fcl.oolu for white and b'ocks, provided
that no dlscrimlnatlo "?et to ad-
Tantages of instructs. r
The Arcs under Pit . '. t mtlnue to
burn and spread, and ff" haveUen
made or plan suggc . . to have them
put out. Tho beat h . made lls'ures
through the earth In UltV..ti...t places, and
ouv oi inee me smoke coino tin. Man v
substanttal houses are built on 'IIermi.'
Hill," under which the lire Is burnlnir
imli... .nmr.n.i.... I. - . .. '
nuM.cviuuK i? ui,,!i- io cxtmirulJih
names before Ju ,,Uhrs In n.
'IpAAmcll nmlnimi...! l.,. ...
. iuc ... uuiiit;ii, uiu mn j.
and tho houses will go down with It.
Tiik State Hejitter fays that tho Demo
cratic Opposition in Springlleld or On
tral Illinois will not Ignore the Southern
portion or the State In tho organization
of the Senate and House of the General
Assembly. "We have no candidates for
any position in the next legislature," ayn
The Iitgltter, "not even a ilrenuin." The
wlf-denlal of The Itegister Is charming;
but wc venture the prediction thatSouth
em UUooU will receive thu ,-,,1,1 fcioulder
m th(i Unhand Middle.
In Uo.tMorrUbchiff- mailo to
place a number of ladle. ,,, Ul0 mi0o
Board, rna-ven wanlsor the city the
Itepubllcans have nominated women nud
In three thu Democrats have made Mmj.
lar nominations. Among die lady nom
Inees Is Mrs. Marj- J. Saflbrd Iliake, form,
erly of this city, sitter of Mr. A. U, Saf
ford, and who U spoken of by the St.
Louto 0oJ a well and most lavorably
known at tho West, n thoroughly trained
woman phyjlclan, anil a lady of high
culture, who lia made education a. 6to
dal study. -
Mn. IIK3INO hai concluded' that Sena
tor Haines, of Chicago, shall bo rre.il
dent of the Senate. This nettles tho hus
ness, and probably cooks Mr. Glassford's
gooc. Egypt ought to linvc sometlilng;
and Miicc she can't luive tlm President of
the Senate or thu Speaker of thu 1 1
would It Iks asklnir too wucl' " tUcgOOff-
cookers of Cook coO' to give to her
the Secret"" ",I r "' octe, ami ik.t-
mU ol. Townee, or union county, to
till that poUion, or, If It Is engaged, al
low the Colonel to hecome Clerk of the
llou-e. Vic arc easily satisfied In South
ern Illinois. Any little crumb will np-
pear to us to be a whole loaf.
Mn. IticiiAiiD 11. Iiiwik Is au Impor
tant personage at prri-eiit. He vathe
San Francisco agent ol the 1'nclflc .Mall
Steamship company, and when emigres
voted a subsidy of live millions to the
company, Irwin expended three quarters
of a million in buying Congressional
totes. Art liivcstliratloii of the matter Is
now pending in Washington ; Irwin has
been cited as a witness und the conse
quence Is that unpleasant revelations
will no doubt be made. There appear to
be no doubt that seven hundred and fifty
thousand dollars were ilMrlbutiil anion;
e'iin-wiirii ivlio Dio.v i-rrtJ Mid what
tlicy irot are questions, which If Ir win mi-
givers thein, will datnago a many Con
gressman as the Credit Moblllcr bti'lmvs
Tiik Mound Clly Patriot means well,
perhaps, but as a vender of news, it Is
not reliable. It makes remarkable blun
ders, and what Is not remarkable, being
a red-hot 1 lad led sheet, It blunders are
always in favor of Its own party. On
Thursday, Its editorial columns were
graced by the following Item:
"Hon. John I). White, the recently elect
ed Uepublicau Congressman from Ken
tucky, was shot dead by his Democratic,
competitor, in Estellc, Ky., on the 1st
ium. iU'iitucKy Democracy no not pro
nose to have Its Contrres'Ioual iK-leiMtlon
annoyed with thu presence of u Hejmbll
caii." Now, the Hon. John I. White was not
phot dead by his Democratic competitor.
He was not t-liot at all and rumor did not
say he was; rumor did say that he had
wiot his competitor, Col. Harri'on Cock-
rell, dead. The Patriot chaugi-d tho
names which made the Item all right for
admission Into a ltadlcal newspaper.
THAT EMERSION') ItOT.
A humorous piece about Knierson'g
boy,commencing with the words: "That
Emerson boy is dead,.and there in't any
one around tltat house to make fun," has
liccn going the rounds of the press dur
ing the lan six months. It h.is appeared
in each of our exchanges at least t-lx
times. We ojcn a newspaper, and the
llrst words our eyes fall upon are : "That
fcmereon boy Is dead;" thu children who
look Into the exchanges, with sorrow de
picted on their countenances, approach
us every day, and tay in a chorus : "Mr,
l'mi.J. lutlt-.l-l, nc Hie tO POl'TV
And so arc wc. If that infernal Iwy lud
not died, the humorist of the Detroit
Fret Pren would not' have writ
ten abot him, and the new and
grievous burden of the Kmerson loy
would never liave Wen put upon our
shoulders, c deeply regret therefore
that the Kmerson lwy has not been en
dowed with immortality. In ills life Ini
may have made fun around "that house,'
hut In his death he has become a fearful
bore, to tolerate whom Is In our estlma
Uou a more heinous crime than to drink
Ik'llvllle lager beer or play throe card
monte on a railroad train with profes
sional gamblers, cherishing the hojie that
you can turn up tho "Little Joker."
"KATIK KINU" HKI'l'IHATI'.II.
Kobert Dale Owen has repudiated
"Katie King," the materialized spirit that
has been astonishing the Spiritual
ists for so long a time. In n card. '
11-i.cti in j n jianneroj j,iynt, .Mr. Owen
says, "circumstantial evidence, which I
liave just obtained, Induces me to
withdraw the assurances which I have
heretofore given of my confidence In
thu genuine character of certain inanlfe
tatloiii presented last summer, In my
presence, through Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
These manifestations were the "Katie
Kinje" materializations. Mr. Henry T.
Child also repudiate tli Holmeses.
ow, il tbijso mediums coma u,Ccss-
fully deceive two such men as Owen and
Child make thein believe they saw nnd
talked with a inaterallzed snlrlt. so
thoroughly convince them of this fact,
that they were willing to nud actually
did publish their belief In thu genuineness
of thu manifestations, is It not posxihlu
that all such mnnlfestatlons are deceptions?
Is not the fact, that these men now ac
knowledge they have been deceived by
reputable mediums enough to make even
aseutlnulastlomid unreasonable .Spiritual
lts as thofo of Cairo stop mid Investi
gate refuse to gulp down all tho billy
iiminiusi.Hioiiscaiieii spiritual, that come
under their observation, as real wanlfes
unions by disembodied souls?
It Is possible thatour Spiritualist may
fay, they lire not credulous, that they
n.. ....r..l l....M,.l . . . .
..iiviui iiMvjuiiiurs, out they enu
be convicted of the most stupid credulity
In the most foolish tricks of dishonest
men and women calling themselves inc
lining, uur .Spiritualists cannot
deny that, ".if Mr. and Mrs. Ilohneses had
exhlblti-il yelr power In this city,
ami "Katlu King" had walked out of
n cabinet Into which thu Holmes and
no other person had gone, they would
nil havo believed tho manifestation to
have been genuine, mid would havo de
nounced us if wo liad exposed the trick.
Their unreasonable conduct in defense of
Mrs. Hollk proves this to be true, and
proves them to Iw as siiwrstltlous as tho
negro In his Jungle, or thu eronlng old
iri mumbling witch utorle by the
hearth on winter nights.
The Mound City Patriot of Thursda;
"Jerry Mack's Idea of Democratic,
duty Is to 'put the amendments through
ft gradual course of extinction.' ,,
'Jerry Hlaek'.s Idea Is the universal
Democratic idea, all the boh that may
be wild to the contrary notwithstanding."
The Patriot' Mea of Hadlcal duty
wins to be t" faMfy nud misrepresent.
It did i" publish Jen-, lllack'.s letter for
the benefit of Its reader", hence ninny of
thein probably have no opportunity of
knowing that the above aertlon lias no
foundation In fact and Js thu creation of
the editor's mind. Abu Mack'it letter
to tho 1'hllatlelphla baronet was n con
gratulatory epMIe, rejoicing over the
downfall of ItadlcalWni and predicting
the return of peaceful nud prosperous
days to the country a it rou!t of the
triumph of ,ound principles, and of the
aboliiimrnt of the rank abii'cs
which have ilourl bed fo iibund
atitly In the toll of Itadleallsui.
Mr. Black's lde:w on thcMibJect ofthc
amendments arc pointed and uumUtaka
hlc, and diametrically opposed to that
which the Patriot lias manufactured for
him. He says :
"1 have not the least hVathat we ought
to tiiiettle anything which liasleeniixcu
unil ili'tiTinliii'il. or tnke from auv human
being a right veUed In him by existing
laws. c propose no counter ruiNiiuun.
While we mean to be lust, wc ah' deter
mined ulo to be Hlx i-al In the broadest
Mi'iiki- of tlui wonl. 'i'ho inltli ir tlieirov
rriuiifiit. no matter by whom 1
Irrevocable. The whole clvill.i-d
world know t lint the iiubllu
cniiii is Kiier with us tiinn witn our op
ponents ami this howu by the fart
that Miice the XoveinlMTelectlons Atuort
can securities havo risen In every market.
Wc submit to thu iiiiieiidmeuts of the
Constitution, tliouirh they were cjirrled
by fraud and force, and the two last were
intended to take away our Inheritance of
sell-government unil give It to an
other race of men without rlbt and w lib
out ability to hold or use It. Hut wc will
execute the whole Instrument, amend-
me is nun an. in .i w.-iv th:it w i xnvi I in
rights oi the honest white man, its well
as tlui-o of the nbolltlonln and thu
Vecordlugto The Patriot, this meant
"to put thu amendments through a grad
ual course of extinction."'
ILLIiiJ . .. SMIT1X, J&. D.
11ESIIH.M.K. N'o tl Thlrtwniti Urret, he
'.witn Wn-liiutfton avenue and V"alnut ilrwt.
UFFICK: North side of Jilxlith etrwt be
twinn (.'ominercinl and Waililutton an-nue.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
UKSIDF.NCI:: l.nir Ninth and Walnut
OFFICK: Corner Sixth ttrret and Ohio Uvi-e
OFFICF. HOUItS. From C a m tolini .unil
from i lo 8 p in.
"TJR. W. BLA.UW,
OFFICK) Ilu-Ur'a lllock, (iip-Ulr) , comer
l.Uhth ftnrt end Wathinxtun aTenne.
Attorney at Imw.
OKFICKj Ohio Itw, otr room formerly
oeraiiiwl liy Flmt Natiutuil Hank,
jyjTJLKEY Sc SON,
Attorncj'N at Lutr.
OFFICK; Kl(?htli Stmt, Letwren Comnier-claian-1
Wnk,y CA.UO. ILLINOIS
.tttornc.VN and CotiiiNdorM
OFFICK! Ohio Lever, rooms 7 and B ott
City Nutluuiil Hank,
William If. i;rii, )
William II OilUrt, CAIItO. ILLINOIS.
.Mile Frrd Oillwrl )
CTi-f i:Ial attention glen to Admiralty ami
CORNER TENTn STREET ANO
IK prepared to do all VUvU of IIoums l'alnlinr,
Knl4iiiiliilnt? or WliiK-HunhlnK rlthi-r In the
cuy or .urrouninnK raimiry ai rtasonaiiie pri
irt All onlrra will rirrhe prompt und ir
.orml attrntlnn Call and ne linn
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE DE8X and CHEAPEST WA00N MAN.
MANUPACTOHY, OIHO LEVEE
Noar Thirth-Pourth Stroot
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To hill IIH. CIIAHK'S Itmi'Ktfi Or iv
L'.ll LVL' IVIIiilit' I..
ruunly In thu Unlliil ltcn uml L'aimdaa.
--'i, .i., ii,. rim ri , r.ii i mill . lllivi-rv-
lahiH oer-.',uJ liouseliold nvlpta, uud la ixn
lo all 1-Iiihm.u and rniidllionii of aoclely, a
woinieriu iMiit unil u iHiiwrliold D.(r,.lly. t,
NdU at hIkIiI. Uniiu-l iudninriit4 i;vr-ol-ffre.1
lo book nKintiy tjainplv cople;ent by
mall, iot puld, rim i. AiuUtht AtxilUny
Klyeii, Agenta more limn douMe thein money .
A'.S'.I' tHAHKy'8TKA.M I'lllNTI.s'u'
nuVHK, ANN AHUyU.Mti;iI. JM-M-iW-Wilu
COBIIIMfOX, MKRC'II AltTS. .
Aim nittr.it n
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTEH,
Under City National Bank.
' WII.Lm-II In rr-lod lut at miMiir.u.tnrf r
. iricei, ailJInl FrrUbt
HARRISON Sc CO.,
(Siicresiwra to 1. Hunl A O )
And Dealer In
FLOUR, ORAIK and HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Z.t.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(SuccriorJ to John II I'hllll.)
And Dealers lu
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN ft EAKD POWDER CO
Corner Tenth Stroet and Ohio
Z I). MatbtiM.
K. C L'hl.
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
0L OIxlo Lovoo.
MILLER Sc PARKER,
OHIO LEVEE, between Fourth and 8Uth SU
E. J. Ajrei.
S. D. Arrea,
AYRES Sc CO.,
520 00 GOLD
To tin-roller who maVr Ihe larral "run" of
ren-l'in, Uv (1) rr.iiiii-i, "barnnif" tho vrho
tiaueover IW U.tijrue-roUlng.
$10 09 GOLD
ro the roller who main the larHt "run" In
"toektd HkI" (3 plni), Ihe (5) frame..
KI'UolIlnK lu lake place at
CLARK'S BOWLING ALLEY,
Dccombor 10th and 20th.
WrSSillolh nrlf e lo lie vlten by Farnbaker,
SST lbeCloUiler.0lOliloIee, Cairo.
IIOAT H TOIIKS.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
VaMfo. 110 VA
New Music Store.
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Is XTow Open.
Mimical Morchandiso of all kinds
at prices to suit tho timoB.
Mcr. ltolililni would aunnuncn to
tlint lmliiK bven, ni tlicy trtut,
tavorably known tliroiii;h.
out llili ri'irinn iii ileal-iMlnl'IANO.S.OIt-
Iioii.p of V. W,
Kimball or Chicago, for
tlic p.it tcu yearn, tlicy
liuc concluded to opnn a Mulo
h'torc In Cairo, wlicre tliry will keep
on hand, nud he eomtantlv In rrrrlnt nf
ct-r)thlin In tholr lino ilculred by tlielr
From the Celebrated manufactory of
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
of Hoton. A l'limo of world-wide rcnuln.
tlon ami cinlilircd hv all our noted mil-lclai-
to he tho beit Maim now mailo In
the United Stain; aio, tho very popular
GREAT UNION PIANO
Mado In New lork, of which wc have aold
mcr 400 lu Southern Illinois, kMck perfect
1 ne inoi ncriect nnu durable ()nan ever
iimuc, tnere belli); now vr 0),ix0 In use,
Kimball Orchestral Organ.
A verv fine lntnimrnt. nilutitnil IV-
H I ItUJIKM AI.-XS Wr.I.I. An SACItKl)
ilLSK , anil liccomlDK more und mure imp.
A preat variety, aelectcd with cre, ii'id
adatitrd to the wanti of our cil.lomcri. roll-
tlntlnc of all the new aril popular mude of
the tiny, mini vucAi, a.-id i.Miitr.
A Largo Collection of
Studies & Exercises
FOB TIIE USE OF SCHOLARS,
We would call rpet-lal attention of leath
er! to 11111 uepartiucni oi our diock.
Orden solicited, nnd niuIc ehctcil
eiilt and lent by mull, on :uno tcrm-i
ti from laro cities.
Vt'e will furnMi our inuilr to Uaclicr at
the usual diacount; will eclect mulc fur
jour erliolirn. If you will let uj know the
Krade and attic dvulrcd.
Tcachcrit evcrywlicre are requested to
nend in their nddreM, and wo will keep
llitiii intunned or tlio new pubiicatiot.
CYMBALS BAND INSTRUMENTS,
OF ALL KINDS, PURNISIIED
ALL KINDS OP SMALL GOODS
BOW HAIR, .
CAPA d' ASTROS,
With hundreds of artlcluN In our line, re
((uinuu 100 inucn space tor enuiuerutloii,
Of evory deijrlpllon on hand, or furnliUod
For all Kindt o( Inttriliiienta.
All l'lanos old by im are warrantcil Hvo
yearn, ond tatlnfactlun Riiuraiilicil,
PIANOS OR ORGANS
SOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS,
This hclnfj tho only regular Miulc Store
nearer than 8t. Louis, wc liopn our fair and
honorable dcalliij; may Induce our frltnd
to aimtnln in by a liberal patronage.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAR,
x Cairo, IllinolB.
MEN'S AND BOY'S
FURNISHING GOODS, MOROCCO DAGS, &C,
Is now prepared to show one of tho most su
purb stocks ever offered in this community.
He will not bo undersold.
SILK HATS A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hats of a prcciso fit
can have tho measure of their heads taken to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in tho
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find tho best accommo
dations. A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
Corner Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
BARE? WALKER, Fropridtor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
T. e7 sulmvan,
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A PULL LINE OP
TOILET AND FAXTCSr GOODS,
152 Comnjproial Avonuo, botwoon Ninth and Tontu Btreotu,
113 Commorciat Avonuo.
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