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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjlBX nUMXTIN It publlhed etery morning
(zerpt MoDlay) In the BalltUn IlulMInf, cor
Mt Wuklactoo avenue and Twelfth ttreet.
T ItCLWrtK la aerved to elty aubwlbera by
fcttfcfol onkri nt Twenty-rite CcnU a WeeV
payabW weakly. By Mall, On advance), 10rr
annra ilxtoontka, W three raonlht, t on?
MnBi, II .
In the country to be nbout $1(50,000,000.
This, In connection with the niintial pro-'
tluctlon of about $70,000,000 of prcclouf
- i I - . L .1.-.
mciat, suiunii I'liL-ounigt'iiiuiii uiai ,
stock of coin may within a roisnrmble
time, niul with favorable leglMntlon, be
accumulated tonn extent siifllnlcntlb en
able resumption of specie payments to be
undertaken and maintained."
THE "WEEKLY BULLETIN.
TublLhed tery Thursday ine-mlii at l 25
ftx aaaum, Invariably In advance. 1h poUe
w Weekly will be prepaid at thli oftlce, no
thM inbacrlben will obtain It for BiiWrljitlon
rlt of ! ajiw.
VutlseM Cardi, per annum CO
. 4 00
On aquare, one Inwrtlon, ........
One aqaare, two Inaertloni,.-
Ost (quart, one week -.
One aiuare, two vtrekt
One (quart, thrtc nk,
Ox aqure, one month,.. . "
Oo aquare, one Insertion,..... .tl 00
lUch (ubMutDt In.ertlon, ................... SO
J3One Inch li ft Kwn.
CfTo re;rulr advertltera w offer Miperlor In
dueemcflU, both a to rate nf charge and man
&r of i!lil) lug their farori.
KJXotIcea la local column Insrrtiil for Fif
teen Centa per line fur one Inaertlon, Twenty
Ctata a line for two Inurtlont, Twenty-Flie
t'enu a line for three Inmtloni, Thirty-Five
Canta a line for one week, ami Setcnty-Flve
Ccntt a line for one month,
Communication upon tubjacta of sen
and intareat to the publlo aollctted.
tJ"AU lettert rturuM be addteed to
J01IK 11. OI1KKLY,
President Cairo Ildletin Cuniuiny.
"Architect Itnnkln," fHiiK-rlnteiident of
the construction of the Chicago custom
houpc, has been Investigated nud exim
emteil. lLinklii was charuetl Willi 'r-
ruutlon. The specific cliiirjfc affalnt him
was that he had entered into n comiiina-
tlon with Mueller, the government eon
tractor w ho Is iinplylnp the stone for the
cmtom houce, mid was lutllilliijr houses
out of the otone Airnlslieu by Mueller,
The special nReiits M'tit to Chicago to
look Into the matter report thus t
The Investigation Miows that K.inklii
has not been guilty of Iniiuutleiit now
but has been very Imprudent and careless
in his dealings with contractors, and has
mixed to too Brent nil extent In local pol
Itle.s. The cxnlnnatlon lis to the
atone ued In the houses Is that
liv Hip terms of the contract lor the
euMom-house, the stone mtwt.lic cut no
eordliiL' to what Is teelmlcaiiy tenne
"citnirrv-lxil." In cutting the stone In
this manner it large amount of stone
wasted, which, tinder the contract, enn
notlK! ticd In the Government bulltllnt;
Tic Ftono w lilch l led ntlvr Hie "(itmiry
bed" has iK-en used Is what the contrac
tors have used for building the hoti'os In
Clilcngo, and It Is for 'these houe that
Itiinklii lia drawn the plans for the con
tractor?. The olllcers report that there
wa no Jmuil In these iniuH-
tlons on the part of Itankln,
but that ho was very Indiscreet.
The report also states that the stone
which Is Ainilshttl by Contractor Mueller,
and pluced In the custom house, Is objec
tionably on account of tho Iron and po
trolluni veins In It. Sonic of the stones
hi tho Inner corridor orthe building have
as many ns sixty patches where the Iron
and petroleum blotches have been dug
out and tho places plastered over. Hut
"Indiscreet" as It may belli Architect
ltaukin to u.-e that kind of stone, tin;
government has concluded that It cannot
dispense with his valuable services ami
he will continue to spoil the Chicago cus
tom houe and "cabbage" lioues out of
the looofctonc, with the full knowledge
of his employers.
A Wlaeonala Gold Field.
IMIIwattfcM Special, th, to Chicago Trtbuna.l
A slnjrular'niitl almost romantic story
OfA L'Olll lllctvivoftf In llm WIahX,
uortherwildenicKS camo to light tonlay.
It niiDcnrs thnt In Xovemlior Iwa
JfWM'd like laborers callctl at the ofllcc of
MF 9?"."t''1"tnkt'r' Michigan street, and
nked Iflie bought gold-dust, nt the same
mm; Miuuiug n nag oi goiti-bearlng
uuartz. After some conversation the
ijanker sent off the bag to the assay of
llcc, New York, and In due course re
ceived back tho reirular olllco returns.
with n remittance nt the rate
of $1,700 ior ton. A few days
later one of the men called, llunppcared
overjoyed nt the result of the sav. He
said tit llrst that It was nuart. they had
brought from California. Afterwards he'
Mild they hail been dlirirluir n cellar In u
city In the north imrt of the State nud
had found It. Some davs claimed, nud
the other man called for confirmation of
his partner s story. After some cross
auctioning, he said he had been a miner
in California, and, hating occasion to be
about the wilderness In the
north part ot the State, found
undoubted Indications of gold in
quartz. Without dilllculty lie nud his
TiriLUAM 11. BMtlTH.'JI. D
KEStllKSCEl No. it Thirteenth ilreel, be-
tween W'a.hlnjton avenue am! Walnut street.
OFFICKt Nartli lle of KlghUi (Irwt be
tween Commercial ami Wa.lilnglonaienue.
New Music Store.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
Corner .Nlnlh ami Walnut
OFFICKi Cirner SUIh slrret ami Ohlole.
OFFICU HoUlfJ Krum 0 a m lol3u.,uc
tVim '2 to t i in
Qn. W. BLAUW,
OFFICKi lluder'n lllock, (up-nUlm), corner
Klifhth atrfrt ami Wa.tilnRloii aenue
Attorney nt Lnw.
partner got an eighty-acre block east of
lliegolil-oeanng iiinu. i ney men pin up
n shunt v, and worked the quartz under
nrKiftuvf oi o rn il' e areoai. iiiewiu-
iJkFmliiL' on. thev had to abanilon otv-
tsBEjis until next spring, securing
luBn- v enoue i ol tut stun to eel it as-
sri-d: The I'aet that lliey left the quartz
nt cWlfc's bank, nud that It was paid I
foriitJLerateor $1,700 oer ton by the
Viw YnrW nesnv olllce. volir eorrettOll-
iloiit- tinil frnm '.Mr. Cniuiee blllWclf tills
moriilntr. The men are going to winter
In this city.
OFFK'K: Ohio 1-rtee, oxer room fomii rly
uecupleU liy nrn.Miioimi nana,
J-ULKEY & SON,
OFFICE: KlKhth Street, between Commer-
rial and W aMilnglon arenuea,
Tnhn II Mulkrr
BmuHhk Mutter on Every Vugr.
JOHN H. OBEBLY, Editor.
Tiif. Boston Olobe, a quarto paper, Is
now pxstcd and cut, twfore It leaves the
oOlcc, like the leaves of a book.
A man named Hill gets MuIIctt's place
its supervislug architect. He was Mul
lctt's assistant for a long time.
Tint Uallard Aeirj is nbout to grow
larger, and we congratulate It. Talloaks
from little acorns grow, and the AVira
may be a big newspaper yet.
n ASiiiNfiTOx rumors say that Schurz
Is to be coaxed back Into the Keiuibllcan
party, and that the Russian mission Is the
ugar-plum which Grant will oiler him
to get him back.
This total number of persons killed by
railroads in Illinois during tholastycar.ls
two hundred and twenty-seven, and tho
total number wounded four hundred and
Mr.MBr.it4 of Congress w ant to go home
during the holidays, and are afraid to
vote that way for fear of offending the
dear people. Verily, the way of a con
gressman Is hard.
Tuk Owcmboro (Kentucky) Monitor
says that If Secretary Urlstow's "nanio
and fame continue to advance In future as
In the recent past, he will soon loom
head and shoulders above all competitors
for the Republican nomination for prcal
Fresh Troloul Fruit.
The .Mexleo 7o Ittnublie makes n
prediction which will soon be realized.
It Is that the Oreal Wct will lie supplied
liv Mexico with trolilenl Irult received
In St. Louis mid Chicago direct, Instead of
conilnir elreuitoiisiy ii-om amv t orK, as
has hitherto been the can-. Attest the
priceless phic-upplc, the costly lemon,
the ineiimie nun uuiuircliaaiiic banana.
Tliesc fruits will be shipped to the West
eitner iroin i.tiiveston or .M'W
Orleans. From Galveston to Chi-
fiiiro the distance Is l.lW) in les. or llftv-
four hours, while from New Orleans It is
but OKI. exaetlv that of New York. The
principal sources of snmilv of Ironical
fruits hi Mexico will be the Hurts of Tiini-
leo. Tuxnan. Vera Cruz, nud the Isth
mus ot Jciiuautecc. At Vera t ruz the
railroad Is now completed '2i'H miles to
ic City of .Mexico, oilers rapid means of
irniiiqiurtaiiou irom wnzaoa, nines,
ami irom tJoruoiia, (.i miles in tne in
terior, both of which place are famous.
ami ('Specially tne latter, lor tne excell
ence ami irreat variety oi tneir iropiciu
fruit. We should then get ripe bananas
week old instead of several months.
And I hey might lie placed within the
reach of others than capitalists of unlim
Attorney and CouuKelorw
OFFICKi Ohio I., rooms 7 ami 8 over
cuy Aaiiouai Hank,
WlllUnill Unit, )
William II. (illbert, CAIItO. ILLINOIS.
Mllea Fred Ullbert. )
tVSrxrlal attention ulra to Ailmlrallr aad
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Zi UTovr Open
Musical Morchandiso of nil kinds
atpricos to suit tho times.
Mcri. Itobbtoi would announce lo
their friend, atul the lnilillcKcncrslly
that tiavltiic been, na they tniit,
favifrablv known tliroltnli
out lids region as deal
ers In l'lANOS. OH- .
hoiun of W. W.
Kimball Of CIiIchko, for
tlio imat tctt years, they
have concluded to ojici n Mode
Mora in Cairo, where tlicr will keen
on hand, and tie constantly In reccint of
oirvuiin ia tueir line uenireu ny
l.a. .'a )
ARTER & STEWART
113 Commercial Avenue.
The BulU'ners and tho llussclls are the
parties who are keeping things lively In
Williamson county. They take It turn
about, and It U the llulllncrs' turn to
hoot next. TUomy lllmluiau ,HJ ,10t.
die, but lie carries an imcomrortalile quail
tlty of slugs and buckshot In his neck,
aud Slsney will probably recover.
Tur CliarlJc Hobs mystery Is still a
aystcry. No trace of the child has been dis
covered. Endeavors arc being made to In
duce the governor of Pennsylvania, New
York and Connecticut, to grant im
munity to any one who will produce him.
When this is agreed upon, a reward
Yrill be oflcred for the production of the
Tne President wa civil to King Kala
k&u when the King vWtedldm, mid sent
hi son Fred to the; door of the carriage
to receive his royal vjillor, just as Queen
Victoria 6cntheriion. the Prince of Wales,
to receive her royal visitor, the Shah of
1'ersla. And now tho earplug press Is
finding fault with the President find Lilk
Ing about "shadows of royalty," Jiut as
though simple Mr. Grant meant more
than to pay resjicct to his visitor.
Iowa has had another case of lynching.
The victim was George N. Kirkuian, who
had -et fire to his son-in-law's barn.burn
miS It to the ground, along with several
hundred bushels of wheat and com, live
head of horn-,, and farming implements,
lie afterwarda utteumtnl inu.i dr.. m
the dwelling hou', was caught In the
M.V mm (milieu. ivitKinan liad had dlf-
ncuiucg wuii ins wife, who took
with her son-in-law.
TI1K WILUA.UNIIN t'OVXTV VF.N.
The condition ot affairs In Willlamso n
county Is well descrllMtl by a correspond
ent of the Chicago THma in the Isue of
the 21st lnt.
Six years ago," says the correspondent,
"there was a petty rptarrel between two
families living in the western part of Wil
liamson county. It was followed liy
others, In which the circle of the combat
ants was enlarged. The chief leaders of
the lights were fined, and one lied tin
country. Two years later there was an
other conflict, for which the parties
again escaped with a line, although
three, days were occupied in a vain at
tempt lo get a Jury to try onu part of tho
mob on a charge of attempted murder
Then appeared the Inevitable woman.
Promising to marry a Montague, she al
lowed herself to be seduced by a Capu
From thexj circumstances grew the
feud which has resulted hi the killing of
live iktsoih, the serious wounding of
four more and a state of fear,
.suspicion and uncertainty wide!
pervades the entire community
of that section of Williamson county
where the feud exists. No man dare
take sides nor advocate the attempt to
bring to justice the outlaws who have
outraged alike the laws of God nud man
If he docs, lie stands in danger of meet
ing the terrible fate of Dr. llinehclllle
wuo was "in no way related to the par
ties involved in tho light, but was fear
less In his expression of iniiigiia
tlon at he murder of the
two llulllncrs. lie was speedily
mnrkml for nrpv. Itlddln'l .ilill
bullets, Ids horse killed under him
he died 111 sight of his own homestead.
The authorities are powerless, and if they
arc suspected pf, harboring Intentions of
dolinr their duty, nre threatened through
anonymous letters with the vengeance o
the assassins. For all the murders that
have been committed, not one oll'eiider has
felt the majesty of the law. One only
has been arrested, and he Is out on ball
Warruntfl uro held for eight others, but
these are "all In the woods," aud np
rently safe from tho pursuit of justice.
Tlielato attempt to, murder Slsney in
his own house Is the latest net of the
bloody drama, and has re-awakened fear
and apprehension on all sides. The
Southern Illinoiian advises an appeal t
the Governor for protection, and to thl
it will ultimately come. Williamson
county has become a reproach to the
whole of Southern Illinois, and her local
authorities cannot subduu the savage
who have blighted her name and set back
her material prosperity it decade of
SieCBicTiKvIluisTOWfcays "the estimate
oi we director of the mint shows
gain in specie nud bullion in
me ii two iiscai years of
about 38,QW,ono, and the stock of specie
That was ft brutal trick pbiyed by the
envious young men of Oleau, Cattaraugus
county. New York, upon a brldcL'rooin
cli'd. Hn I'jime from Cortland eoiintv tn
marry the Ik-Uu of Oleau. The youth of
tho latter town, not lining i no prcicrcucc
hliown py tnu latiy lor a siranger, eon
spired to prevent tnu marriage, u
train bv which hu expected to arrive w:
three hours behind lime, mid hu tele
graphed to the parents of the brldo to
liostitonu tin) ceremony for three hours.
The young men ol Oleau waited for hint
with a Pretended truard of honor, irave
him dniL'Liil Honor, and. when hu was
siilllciently besotted to suit tlieiu, handed
him over to his expectant bride. He was,
of course, kleked out of thu house. Tho
Oleanders thereupon tarred and featli
ered him. and rode him upon the tradi
tmnal rail. When he recovered from tho
effects, of the drug mid (Oiplaltiod matters
Mitlsfaetnrlly, the 'marriage took place.
1 he citizen were highly incen-cd at the
conspiracy, hut the action of the cllelbl
young men of Glean furnishes an excel
lent explanation why the belles, of thb
town prefer to select husbands from other
Of Interest lo Inventors.
IWoMilnxtrm .Special, 17th, to Philadelphia
In the delate to-day upon the appro
priation for the patent ofllee. Hon. Leon
ard Myers irave a statement of especial
interest to inventors, lie aiu tne patent
umu an-ing irom tne surplus ot receipts
over ixtR'iiM!s sine! 1830. when the pat
ent oiiico was esinmiiie(i, was $w,uuu.
I lie mechanical report did not name In
ventors for nearly two years after the Is
sue of patents, and was filled with Imper-
lect woou cms. in is i . on ins own mo
tion. Congress adopted the system of
pliotolithographlug weekly tho drawings
ot all patents us Usiied for the Patent
Ollleu Gazette. I he great want now was
the reproduction of the 122,000 patents
granted bv the government up to 1872.
lor which lie asked it noerai appropria
tion, inasmueii as tne demand lor mem
was great, and the receipts wouiu soon
repay the outlay, but above all because
this fund was the bruln-work of Inven
tors, aud they were entitled to every con
sideration in us cxiiemtiture. mis work'
will progress rapidly, and WU,wu was ap
propriated lor tne purpose.
The Itimil to Health.
Cleanse the stomach, bowels and
blood from all the acrid, corrupt and of
fensive accumulations which produce
functional derangement, and you remove
the cause of most diseases which utllict
thu human family, and thus save large
doctors bills. The most eU'ectual ami re
liable remedy lor this purpose is found in
Dr. PlcrcoVPIciwint Purgative Pellets.
No cheap wood or paper boxes, but kept
iresit anil rename in viais.
II "h livers, those indulging In ease
and pleasure, and those of sedentary hab
its, can prevent nous, uunnmrics, uom,
Jted Sklu. Kriiption. l'imples. constipa
tion. Piles. Drowsiness. llllllouucS, and
other conditions induced by such habits,
liy taking irom lour to six oi Lr. I'lerco s
Pleii'-iint Purgative Pellets once a week,
or. ltidter still, one or two each night.
They ore sold by all dealers In medicines.
C. I) Arter J. W. Stewart
ARTER & STEWART.
(SurefMora to I). Arter A Co.)
No. 113 Commercial Aranue,
Bristol & StilwelL
From the Celebrated manufactory of
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
of Doiton. A Piano of world-wide reputa
tion and considered by all our noted mu
sicians ,o he thu bet rlnno now inmle In
the United States; alv, Hie Very popul.ir
GBEAT UNION PIANO
Made lu New York, of whlrli we liae oM
over 400 tn Southern Illinois, giving perfect
Kood overvtbine rjortainlntr to
tho lino of Staple and Fancy Gro
ceries, Woodonwarc, Vogotablcs,
XTU118, 6C, otc.
The met nerrctt ana durable orcan ever
made, there being now i vcr6J,0o0 In ute
Kimball Orchostral Organ.
A very flno Instrument, adapted to IX
STKUMENTAIi AS WKI.b AS HACKED
MUSIC, and becoming mure and more pop
ular every djy.
A irreat variety, selected with ere. a'ld
adapted to the wants of our customers, con
istiotr ofail tbe new ami popular music nf
the day, 110 I'll VOCAI. AND INS'lItlT.
A Largo Collodion of
Studies & Exercises
FOB THE USE OF SCH0LABS,
We would call medal attention of teach
ers to tblt department of our stock.
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MEN'S 'AND BOY'S
Orders solicited, and miule selected
suit and sent by mall, on same terms
ns from laruc cities.
We will furnish our music to teacher at
the usual discount; will select mtialc for
your scholars, if you will let us know the
erade aud Hi le desired.
Teachers everywhere are requested to
send us their address, and wn will keep
tliem informed of tne new publication.
rornll Ininlt 'oniiluliit
uothioi; equals Dr. Tierce's Kiuorlto l're-
scriptlun. It la a ino-t powerful restorathe
tonle, lo cotniilumi; tne most valuable
nervine properties. crp'cUll adapilni; It
to the wants ot doMlltited luetics satrering
from weak bsck, Inward lever, congestion,
liillainnlloii, or ulceration, or liom nxrvous
no s,or ucurdKic palm. Mr. O. W. Sey
mour, drugKi't) ol Canton. N. Y., wntes
Dr. Tierce as fol own I "The demand for
your Kuvoilto l'rencrlpllon la wonderful,
'aud one man Mated tome that Idi wife had
nut done a da)' work In five month), wiieu
bc commenced tskuu your Favorite l're
ncriptlon. to k two buttles and is now nu
the third bottle, and is able to doberlioune
work alone and milk fourteen cows twice a
day." I)r Tleicu'a Kavorlte I'rcscrlptlou l
sold by all deulcrH In medlctnei.,
Due. 10-eod.Vw lw
ICE! IOEM ICE HI
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wbolrfolu ami IleUll Dealers in
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, thd COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE i
At Union & Wllaon'a, OornerTwalfth 8t.
aud Ohio Levee.
WB will run an ice wkii throughout Ihe
hrnton, deliterihf pure lake lc in any
part ot the rlir at the low nt market price, and
will alto furiilih our Irlrnitt outililr the city ith
cm br he mlv or car toad, pitcked lu uwdual
or ahlpuirnt lo anr itlitunra.
J. H. ABLE,
COBNEB TENTH STBEET AND
- : .WABHINaTON AV
18 nrriwrul to do all klmlt of IIouu M
KaUomlnluKor WhltewiulduK liter'
hltewtlitnir IlkM'l In tit
city or aurroiiiiilinK country at reaiouaBle prl-
i . ah oruern win n-rthe promi.t and per-
lonal Rtlenllon Call aud wi lilm.
wagons, Carts, Perambulators,
Swings, Tabloe, Chairs,
Malaga Grapes, Fruits,
Nuts, Oake's Can
dies, &c, &c,
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
CYMBALS BAND INSTRUMENTS,
OP ALL KINDS. FUBNISHED
No. 32 EIGJIT STREET
Tow-Boat For Sale
'PHK Hubnerllier olfera for aale the .Steam
J. TowjnK htera-Whttl Iloat, Ike llimmllt.
ulthenjtlne, machinery, taeklm, arl ami
furniture at ahe now lln at Cairo, HU.
Her If iiirih 1 Hi feH, her brewllh 2( feet, her
jtmna ittuDii mcasurea 'lia loni Mit t,u
holler 21 feet loniraiiilw) orbtitlineter, il liigU
PiTiiureuilneivelthcyllnilera KVj lnchr.lo
llameUr auil fret itokti i fel l'Unin 411 In
:lit In illamrter and 17 Inchet itrokt and all
modem Improraineota.and la lu wry ruiitct
ttauBeh, nt worthy , n4 In 0od conaltlao for
natlKatroa, Kr Itrmi apply lo.
, f. H. Tiylob.
Uiuo, 111., .NoTtmUrl, tw.u.je-tf.
ALL KINDS OF SMALL GOODS
UIOLIN PEGS. FINEB BMRDS
CAPA d' ASTROS,
M'lth liunrlretli of arttriei in our lino, le.
quiring too much fnce for enumeration,
Of every tleaarlptlon on hand, or furnished
For ail Kinds of instrument.
All l'limoi told ty us nre warranted lire
years, and mtlifaytlon guaranteed.
PIANOS OR ORGANS
BOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
This belns tbo only regular Mtiflo Sloro
nearer than St. I.ouln, wo liopo our fair and
honorable dealing may Induce our frlelidi
to iiat.iln ui by a liberal patronage.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAR;
FUBNISniNO GOODS, MOBOCCO BAOS, tiC,
Is now prepared to show one of the most su
purb stocks ever offered in this community.
He will not be undersold.
SILK HATS A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise fit
can have tho measure of their heads taken to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in the
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
. ' j
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
dations. A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
Corner Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
" CAIRO, ILLS. , sr
L . , ' Ml f
HARRY WALSER, ' Fr opriirtjOJ?.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL HOUBS.
- T. E. SULLIVAN,
X3?J4a.Xj3BUEl 1 1ST
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
TOILET AND TAXfCiT tWOp9;
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