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Bulletin Bulldlncr, Cor. Tweltth Stioot
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t3-Coiiiity and Itallroud Work a 3in'Uilty
JOHN H. KULKRY, , ,
Attorney at Law.
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0RVILLE TO ULYSSES.
A LETTER OF U. 8. GRANT TO THE
PHEBIDENT THAT OROWS BET
TER WITH AOE.
Tlio liilereal lie Took In the I'lirlllrn
lion of the Kevemie Nit lev.
Ciiicaco, III., .lunc l., 1870.
21UKAU Huothkr: The mailer that I re
ferred loin my note, and which 1 expected
Dr. Latnper to explain to you', was In refer
ence to n proportion made by dsn. itlooro
Held to tho dlntlllcrs who had been ovaJIng
the law, and whoi-e distilleries were seized.
Mr. Crosby, who is General llloomflelil's
conlldcuslsl ntsMant, was authorized lo
make overtures to (he dlallllers, and for a
certain sum of money, $20,009, ald Into the
hands of any man whom they might select,
ho (llloomlleld) would p'neo with the' man
all pipers anil evidence he had agulmt the
distillers, with ponitlveasiurance that
TIIK C'AHK VVUUI.1I MOT IIK I'ftOttCCUTKIl.
Crosby was alratd to approach the distil
ler, as It might have a bad effect, and pro
posed to ino that II I would act as third
party, and get tho distillers to mho tho
money, 1 was to retain part at my fee. I
felt, of course, suspicious aboutthe honesty
of his Intentions, and thought it might be a
ruse, to sec whether I would loan myself
for such work or not, and I gave him to
understand that unless I had posltlvo as
surance that llloomlleld would carry out In
good faith, all that was proposed, that noth
ing could'be done, lie gave me such as
surances that he was authorized by llloom
lleld to make such overtures, that I know
he and llloomlleld had discussed the ques
tion, and that ho (IllooinllcldJ had Instructed
Crosby to make such propositions. I bars
had nothing to do with It, but know, and
can prove by incu under oath, that such
propositions were made to them. Ihcso
FACTS THAT I MOST I'OSlTIVKtl KNOW J
can nvcsr to them, and prove every word
ol It by men under oath. I also know that
there are men here as gangers and store
keepers who have assisted tho distillers In
stealing whisky, and received their pay lor
doing It, and that llloomlleld knows It, and
still retains them In olllcc. It llloomlleld
were to take his tolemn oath that such Is
nottho case, such ttroug evidence tan bo
braught to bear that you would be con
vinced that he had perjured himself by
A few months ao a supertisor from
renr.sylvanla was hero and seized Kerch
holler k Company's distillery, but Jutscn's
brother-in-law was storekeeper or ganger
I have forgottou which and after, the
I'cnm-ylvanla supervisor left, the case was
not prosecuted. 1 know 110 reason for It
unless It would commit .Iuk-cii's brother-in-law.
There Is 110 man In the revenue depart
ment hole who exerts a particle of political
Inlliience, aud the Micccts ofthu party hero
demands some change. The party is cry
ing for It. Ayrcs has wotked hard for the
party, anil his appointmeut as MiporvUor
would glvo general .-all-faction. If I could
sec you, I would tell you
MUCH MOIIKTIIANI I.IKK TO COMMIT TO
even wnrsa than I have written, and
equally true. Yet I might not a easily
prove It. I have written you enough that
you may know that you have a dishonest
man In olUcc; and now that you are appri
sed ot the facts, you are Individually res-
pantlblu for his dishonesty In the fu'ure.
1 have gained my knowledge of the whole
aflslr In tho strictest cnntldcuce, and to tell
It I am betraying that coulldcnce. nnd the
only nf ology I can make for doing a niau
so great an act of InJuMlcc Is, that my duty
to you Is stronger than my word of confi
dence to ono who Is Instrumental In le
Iruiidlng tho government and ruining your
reputation, lor all the frauds of your ap
pointees PALI, UI'O.V VOU AND TH a! PAHTV.
I prefer that you do not uso this letter pub
licly, but remove uloomtield, and, if really
necessary to prove all I have written, 1 can
and will do it, and a great 0e.1l inoro.
I think I know where parties arc stealing
under the protection of rovenuo otllccrs,
which an Investigation would prove, nml
when you get a proper mau In chargo of
rovenuo here 1 will put him at work; but
to inako the report low will only Injure
me nnd not cau-o
Till'. STKALINQ TO 11 K STOI'l'KIf.
It would Injuromebccauso oftlccn would
cover it t p, which would show mo upas
making a false report.
I dohopo;youcaUM.'cthu necessity ofn
change, and that you will try to preservo
the Integrity of your party nnd your po
sition by removing such men. It you wish
to retain tbelvci) and scoundrels In office,
you alone must be responsible for It.
I would like to see you personally, ami
tell you u little that 1 know about tho Cu
ban bond corruption. You would then
know why ono or two very prominent Itc
publlcans worked so hard for recognition,
uml why they make such strong attacks on
)ou. I got my Information from Mr. Tay
lor, who tried to bribe me lor my Intiuence.
1 know he was prcpard to make mo propo
sals, for he had letters which ho showed
me, authorizing him to do so.
Keipeetlully yours, 0. 8. (Hunt.
Tin: huge, drastic, griping, sickening
pills, constructed ol crude, coarse and
bulky ingredients, are fast being super
seded by Dr. Tierce's Tlcasant Purgative
Tcllcts, or Hugai-Coatcd, Concentrated
Hoot and Herbal Juice, Antl-Illllloiw Gran-ulcs-tho
"Little a lant" Cathartic or .Mill
turn In l'arvo physic. Modern chciuinal
M-Iuncocuablei Dr. 1'lorco to extract horn
tho juices ol the most valuable roots and
herbs their uctlvo mculclnal principles,
which, when worked Into little pellets or
granules, scarcely larger than mustard
seed, roiulers.each little pellet as active and
powerful as a largo pill
, while they .re
much morn palatable
and pleasant iu
Ult. lit a A. TiUYr.lt, ol Uaronsburg,
Ohio, writes : "I regard your Pellets as the
best remedy for the conditions for which
you prescribe tlieniofanylhliig I have ever
Used, so mild and certain In tiled, and
leaving the bowels In an excellent condit
ion. It st ems to roe they must take the
place of all other csthartlc pills ami med
icines.'' Iaom .V MacoMBIII. druggists, Ver
million, U.T., say: "Wo think they are
going to sell like hot cakes at soon as I lie
people get acquainted with them and will
spoil the pill trade, ns those that ravo
ti'Cil them like them much better linn large
Leslie's Newaiitiers and Magazines, tlie oldest
established Illustrate! Periodicals In America,
ehry an-now first offered to canva-sers, who
will, If lliey accurc an nrenry nnd cxclusli e ter
rltory. bet-noMcd lo introduce seventeen first
class llluttratisl I'erhsllerls, suited to as many
distinct tasteaor Munis, and, with tlit-clioicc
froin eight new and beautiful thromoa, Kli'n
frts: of costo to each annual subscriber, be en
ableil te secure one or more subscriptions in
very family In their district. To skillful can
yascrs tills will securcrjnncnt emplioment,
and the nnewala each earvl1llv assiirreo
aty and assured rvwnuc. .Sptclmen iaK-ra
and most lilerl erins trnt to nllnp.cHiita who
loainc the territory they de-Ire to canvass. Ad
dress, Agency Iieimrtnirnt, Frank l'sllc
I'ulillslilng House, MT Pearl Strtet, New York.
lUiiHMiiiiid, Ills,, Jan. 15, 1K7C.
T K are now mlniii; a very superior article
VV ot coal free from all Impurities, esK-cUlly
ailapted for crates and household use generally,
which we will deliver In Cairo, on the Cairo ami
Vlncennea track hy the ear load of W hiishels
at nine (') cents ier hushel, or two dollars and
twenty-live cents (2 V.) ierlon.
We also have a very siqierlor article of Nut
Coat ulilch we will dellter on track nlslxltsn
l) dollars jier car :s htishels. l'artles not
wishing a car load will rail upon '. M. Ward on
Klghth street, between Commercial and Wash
ington avenue, and Is; supplied at reasonable
trcms. Mr. Wunl will also dellter this coal to
any part of the city at 5 Mi rcar load, maV
this coal cost alstul ! .V js rlon. All theeoat
Itseil hv the C. and V It. It. is nip.lleil from
riiirmlneit.and It lias no soisrlor in Ihu market.
AiMress all oiders for coal to
Jas. A. Viall eft Co.,
iiMtmsiiiut.', ii. us.
S3-K. M. Ward, Esq. , has teams and will di
ll er this rial at l .VI iier ear. l-'.-o-iIlf.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Ketall Dealers ia
Foreign and Domostio
HINF.H OF A I.I, KIN UN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MESSIIF. PMYTH A CO. have constantly
a large stock of the best goods In Hie mar
ket, and itlve especial attention to I lie MligluisaJa
ranch of the bualncss:
Will moat positively cure any rase ohlieuma
tlsm or rlieiirrutttc gout, no matter how long
standing, on tliufucsi oftheearth. Helng an In
ward application It does the work quickly, thor
oughly and permanently, leaving the system
strong nnd healthy- Write to any prominent
person In Washington City, and you will learn
that the abovs statement is tmu in every partic
ular. CONDENSED CUIITIFICATES.
Washington. P- December 'I, ISJI.
Messrs llelphenstlncit Uentlcy i
lil'llia i very cneeruuiy iie inm i usi ,iu
rang's Itlieumallc Itemeily with decided tienetlt.
A. II. STEPHENS,
Mciulur ofCongresa of (Ja.
Washington, P. C, Avril VI, 1873.
Messrs Helphenstine A llenlley i
Gents ; for the past (even years my wife has
been a great suffer from rheumatism, herdoctors
falling to give her relief, the used thiva bottles
Duraug's llhvuiuatlo lleinedy, and n perinanent
ctirewasllieresiit. , W M. II. V'llOOK,
"Kxectitlvc Clerk to l'resldeu, Uraut. "
Washington, D. C, Marchil, ls7.
In the space of twelve hours my rheums ism
was gone, having taken three doses of mining's
Itheumatlo Itemed)-. My brother. J. II. Cessna,
of lleilfonl, I'a., tvuacureiHgujdmUarnniimiit.
Member of Congress of I'a.
I'rleeone dollar n tiollle, orsix lxittlcs rnr five
dollars. Ask your druggist for Dtirung's Itheit-
matlo Itemeily nianufactureil by
PriiRgista and Chemlsla,
Washlneton, D. C.
I O-Kor salo in Chisago, by Van Scliaaek
nteteiison X Held, uml Lord Smith A Co.
W holinale Druggist.
The great Nerve Conquror, cures Epileptic Kltf,
Oouvulaious, Siiaams, tit. V tins Dance, and all
Nervous Diseases! the only known positive rem
edy for Kpllejitlo Fits. It has been tMled by
for circulars glyjig e;.M""
Aiiurvss, in. o. . 4
J10 ll dly Hex Tit, 81. Joseph, Mo.
JbBBBsw Bsxsfiaw feBBs) BBBV I
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WiOON VAN-
MANUFACTORY. OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Stroot
tJIXTH STREET, Botwcon OIIIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hlg own Borso Shoes and
can Assure Good Work.
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Ordors for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogBhoads. for shipmont,
promptly attended to.
BfirTo largo oonBumors and all
aianufacturors, wo aro prtporod
to supply any quantity, by the
sontn or yoar, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITT COAL COMPANY.
Ct-Ilalllilay Itro. 's offlce, No. 70 Ohio Levee,
n-llairiduy Hro.'a wharf boat.
UAt Egyptian Mills, or
Q-At the Coal Dump, foot of Tolity-Eight
O-l'ost Offlce Drawer. 300,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington nd Commercial
Avenuss, adjoining Uanny'a.
TT'EEl'S for sate the beat Ileef, ferk. Mutton
Veal, IMUUt naupnao, m, nu t-
pntatl U erv fawlllea In aa aeccaUhle snaaaar
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av,
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HAW! HAW! HAW ! VlTotH
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Needid by every lover. Only 20 rents. All
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hook out. in every yesiieci nrsi-n"--;,-.
rapidly, iay splendidly 1 AUKNTS W AJslMl.
vif.i... Vi .hTmi .i..prr.,iirU livulsrs and terms.
fiiculsrs and terms,
to ANCIIOIl PUUUSH1NU CO. , ;i PlneSlreet,
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Loading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol th
Republican party, and refuse to be traar.
melled u the dictation ot any clique In the
It beiieves that the Republican parts' has
fulfilled Its mlttlon, and that the Demo
cratic party as now organized should be re
stored to power.
It boilevcs the Hadical tyranny that b
for several yeats oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the people r I toe
Southern States permitted to control then
It believes that railroad corporation
should ha prohibited by legtalatlve etacta
mints from extorting- and unjustly dsecrim
lusting In their business transactions wltk
It recognlr es the equality ol all men
fore the law.
It advocates free commerce tarld feat
It advocates resumption or specie pay
ment, and honest payment of tbo public
It advocates economy in tbo tdmlnlaUs
tlon ol publlo aOalrs
AS A NEWSPAPER.
The Uulletln will publish all the local news
ol Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Vo
lltlcal, Foreign and General News, and ea.
dcavor to please all tastes and interest ah
Is a thirty-two column papir, lurntshed Ic
subscribers lor the low price of
$1 25 FEB YEAR,
rostsge prepaid. It Is (he cheapo i p i, vi
in the West, snd Is a pleasing PtresiQ
YUltor and Family Companion.
Cannot fall to tea to w.tvalcd Induce
msuU offered by Th BuUetla In Ue war
ol cheap and nrofltabla artvertlsenients. .
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