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UANKN. (- ,
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r llroas, l'ieildent.ll2vVelt, Cashier,,
I'. Nur, Vict 1'ifViiVTtf. Kerlh.tAsl.lHh'r
mm wm im,
Cornor Commercial Ave ,'nnd 8th Btraot,
t, 1 v ' .
K. ItroM, Cairo, Will. KIiikc, Cairo.
I NefT, Calm. Wm Wolfr, Cairo.
A. Sii'nnLn, U im. ' K.I.. IIIIUnKley,t Imlsi
I:. Under, Calm. It. Wells, I'ulrn.
1' II llrIiikinan,M. liiil.
A Urnpiiil Hniililitsr I'lislne Hour.
trV'xchunge sold and. hollKht Interest paid
11 IheHiivlnirs Department. I'lillrrtiuua mode,
t I nil business promptly attended to,
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City National Bank
W ! IIAMJDAV, President.
IIKSKY I.. IIAI.I.1DAV, Vloel're.l.
A II "AKfOllli, Cl.hln
W Vli.'KK IIV-I.OI'. A a-liler.
U. SrAsTS TjULOII, It. II. (.'CHSIXOHAW,
II I., llALLIUAT, W. 1' It IL1IIAT,
it. I. WlLI.IAM.OK, Mlll'IHN IIIU,
A II. HAffOIUI
Exohango, Coin and United StatOB
Bonds Bought und Sold.
DEPOSITS rieved and a Keneral banllng
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1800
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A II HArTOltD, President
h TAVI.UIt, Ice President
W IIV.SI.UP, iec'v and Treasurer.
P.W llAKLAT, ClIA RALICIIIEH,
I'.M Moorl.KTM, I'At'l. l XllUII,
It, II C'L'KNINIIIIAU. II I.. llALLIUAT,
INTEItEST M on ilrolt at ttic rate of a
percent r aniiuiii, Marrli tut uml Mptrin
r tat. Inturvst nut Kllliilrann l Miil liuiiie
litta ly to the principal if the ill ilU, ll.cn by
(IrliiK tlirili rniiibuiiil luli nut
Murriod Womon and Children may
Dopofiit Monoy and no ono
olso can draw it.
(n evry Im.lnnniUy frmulHi.m. tol p.m.
Jij.lunlay tu ning. I'ur aviiif;. ilrjonlu onll
rmu 0 to b n'clota
W. It YST.OP. Treaaurer.
PAINT AM OII.H.
Blake ; Co.
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Alvraya on luml, tlic crlcbrutol lllumlnutln
O ornor Elavanth Street and Waahlnic
The Gamble Wagon
ILVNUKAC-I Ultlil) 11V
.JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAGON MAN
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thnth-Fourth Street
SIXTn STREET, Botwcon OHIO
CLEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Uanufacturea his own Horae Shoes and
can Asauro uoo,a worx.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ST. O. XXtloliu,
BINDER ANi BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Uulldinir, Cor. Twulfth Btrnut
uuii wnaiituKio" nv.nuo,
Hl-CoHiil y and luillroudWorkJa 8ierialy
OHM, SvLllsrtlB. uUdlaff, Cot&N TwiK trasjt and Wihnron Jk.-v-a.xm.
"VOL. a ' CAIRO, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1876. NO. 81.
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VS WS H
1Z.UAK R. SMITH, X. S.
HESIUE.VCEi No. il Thirteenth street, tic
twecu Wasliluxton avenue and Walnut street.
orriCKt North side of Klghth street be
lwm Commercial ami Washington avenue.
IlKSlDKNCIf: Comer Ninth and vTalnu
OKHCK: Comer Sixth street and Oblotieree.
urrtCK HOUItSi KromOa m, IZiu,, am)
from 'J to p.m.
JOHN K. XULXKY,
Attorney at Lair.
OFFICK : Atrtsldence on Ninth Street, le-tifeW-ulitnrton
arenue an-t Walnut ft.
jyn. n. H. CANINE,
(JUICE ANI IIEMDENCEl Eighth Stmt,
liituii'M Washington anl omiiterclal Avenue,
wlf CAIUO, II. 1.4,
HKAI.KSTATK A OK XT.
JOHN ft! HAKMAN A
3UNVKYANCEKS, HOT ABIES PUBLIC
Land Asenta of the Illlnola Central and
BurlliiKton and Uulncy B. H.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lara.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale anl Itetall Dmitri Is
Foreign and Domestic
WI.KH OF A I.I. KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MIStt.V. SMYTIl A CO, hata contUotly
a lare BUicL of the l-t rooiI la Uie mar
ket, anl give e.prclal attention to I lie uolaala
rancii "I uw uumnc..
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneotown, Evans-
vilio, i,oui8Viuo, uinoinnati
and all way landings.
The unrivalled flde-wheel sI:iiikt
U. Kowlkii - Master.
Ko. It. Thomas .......Uera.
Will leave Kvansvlllt for Cairo every JIO.SDA I
.eaviii Calrocvery TUKSDAY and r'HIDAY.at
anil TIIITItSIlAY allfl'eiOCKn. IU.
So'ciock P. m.
The elegant slde-wjieel stiamcr
lies Howard ...Muster
w.r-rvii It. I'esMiMiiToN Lterk
win t. Ki-an.vllle for Culroavery TUKb-
DAY and KUIDAI at so'ciooa p. in.
Will le.ivf Culroevery WEDNESDAY and 8 AT-
Uttl'A i ui u o cioca. II in -
The elegant Slde-wtice steamer
m.t U'lii.uu, .iicra.
leaves Evansvlllc for Cairo cverr WKDNES-
Leave Cairo every THUltsDAY and SUNDAY
I A V ami . I III 111. IT1 .
Kurh 'linat mAea close counectlons at Cairo
with tlrst-clM atearacrsfor St. Louis, Mem-
iihl.and New iiriinns, ann ai r.vantviiiv
i.. l , ir i, t,v ull tmlnti. Vnrth and Kast.
and with the Louisville Mall Steamer fouull
IllllM Oil IIIU Upper tJIIIO, giving nirmigiiir-
eitus onimgui ouiuKii(tni i,.,i
TKor ur'ther Information apply to
SOI.. SILVKIt, Vassvngcr Agent.
1IAI.I.IDA Y IlltOS.i AiTduts,
J, M. 1'HII.t.ll'S, j Agcuis.
Or to O UltAMMEIt,
jiiperlntendent undCvnerul rrclght Agent,
lo-M-i'i-lv. Kvansvllle Indiana,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington ud Commercial
Avenu.s, auuouiuikT uanay .
rKKI'S for sale the best Heef, fork, Mutton
i Veal. IjiuiIi, Suusage, Ac. and I pre
prad t' ervn ramiliea In an arraptahla manner
Ml II liW
K OAIBO, ILLR. 0 C
;; ... 'i f'J:
lltOM Ht'DtlAUIIOlrA' "l'AllAlll.M."
Klraftotaina, cU'plnft to litrtirrast
Her lioy Jiut ileail, nnl with a (Iranpe fear !)
te(ed, I tun lliroiiKh the alret H, liraicRln every ilnor
For Home rate balm lilt lout lire to restoiet
Until her nclKhbora, nt thin frantic Ktuf,
Kor which the worl'l Itnelf ha, no relief,
Dexaii to tuyi "lhat Kirl ban lontbcr liul
What mwllclne la that which cure the deail?"
lint one more wlc, and taklnz pity 'a uirt,
DITrred hi, Ml ace to her aching heart!
"Dear girl, 1 cannot proffer you much Joy,
Hut there' a doctor who will help your boy."
Aaklnx hi. name the girl wan MrlnMiav "'
1 Hrrl oounui, a tt htm .be went.
"Good matter, aid me, fur I bear It said
You bare the povicr to ralte my child tint's
The llud'Uia aimvcrt-ll "If I do thlideed,
TI ui-edful you procure aome mutturd-rwd
" Kound lu a Iioum vi here neither groam nor
l'arent norrblld, nor nun nur maid, has died."
'Iljin with hir child etlll claipeil atiouther wai.t,
Krom home to Iioum, a weary round (he paced
On her ad errand-but could crou no door
Where death's dark shallow had not palled
One vulre fori ur on her pathway tleu't
"The dead lire many, but the living few."
fo, when (iutamn keil If the brought
'IhemiHtiird-sced, so long and vainly loiiht,
Hhesald "I hale It not-4-ach way I spnt
I found but few were llvlnjr, many dead,"
And MuJdha answered "True enough luoit
Death come, to all, a. It txmm to you."
ho lied her grief, and seeing In tha night,
At every houne, a bright and ladtngligbt.
She said "Our human liven are Just the same
Klrst an uprising, then a dying flame;
'Neter on earth will such mutations Mate,
Hut alter death come rest and endle, iare,"
What the Latoly Deceased States
men oaia at acatn.
(.St. Iuls'.Times, (Dam.)
The following are the dying words of
tome of our eminent statesmen, recently
Shed no muleteers for inc. B. II. llKts-
The game la played out. l'OKKR Don
Stand by your post-tradercblps. Teat
1 am glad that I die younir. It would be
a terrible thing to grow old and sinful.
My ion, never write letters. Pierre-
This Is not Mtlclde, but a'frlnation.
John II. Hkndkiiso.n.
Ill had only been born twins I could
have made Just twice ai much. Oltvu. L,
ionic love to roam o'er the dark sea foam,
but as lor me, give inn a worm-cat!! hull
lo a tnug harbor. l!onEoK.
Don't weep for me. I'm glad to get out
ofthc wllicnicfs. Meet mo on the happy
hunting grounds. Pgt.ANO.
Tell II. Butler 1 died happy, by special
rcjucid. It. II. Dan i.
Look not on the still w hen It is crooked.
They ay the streets ot the New Jerusa
lem aio paved with gold. I want to go.
Whowould have thought that cold tongue
would klllitman;-lAUiiKiiiNa Jim Hlainb.
This Is a sacred thing. Dkacon McKee.
A tanner won't la-t you more than eight
I go whero "mum's the word." Joi ce.
How Daniel Drow Used a Specu
(New York Corresiondeneo Uuffalo Courier.)
Hundreds of stories have been told about
Uncle Daniel' way ol doing btlsslucs?
Here is one I heard in Wall ntrcet some
time ago, that will do as a specimen. Once
wlille sitting in his oflice Drew was ap
proached by a clerical looking personage,
who introduced hlmiolf ai a 3Iethodist
minister, from u town up the Hudson. Un
cle Daniel wanted to know what be could
do for him
"Well, I UiougUt, 3Lr. Drew," said the
parson, "that you might put me in the wuy
of making u little money,"
"Thinkhi' of btiyln' some sheen, eh'.''
"Yes, sir, I've got something saved up,
audifyou will be good enough to tell mo
what Is best to do to lucrease Ityou'llobllge
mo very much,'
"Well, now, It's kind a rlky, yo know,
but p'raps ef yo tried a little Krie"
"Thank you, Mr. Drew, thank you. Now,
will you bo kind enough to tell me a good
place to buyf ou see I am not acquaint
cd down here at all?"
Drew sent htm to ono of his own brokers,
who had orders to hell Krie right along,
and when the parson was leaving tbe good
old man said to him: "Now, don't yo go
and tell anv of the folks ud there that I've
been given' ya auy pints, for 1 don't want
'em to be conilu' down here an' spcclatln'."
Too parson ordered somo Erie, put up
the margin, and went home, und In less
than a week every one of his neighbors who
could command, a thousand dollar hud-
come In New York Md bought Erie in tbe'
samo place, But tbey wero all aurprlsed to
Had the stock tailing lntf ad ol ilslng, ami
when moro inarglu was called for the doia-
i i . i . . . -.... i . .A ..
line eaiui; uuwl 13 ll'lt iuisvs ,ui ho oif.j
Drew and Und out what was tlio matter.
"Mr. nrew, uiy. dear sir, how la' thja?
You told me Erie was a good thing to buy."
"Well," said Uncle Daulel, with his
Kjyptlin mummy Mnl!, "it liaa turnttl
out pooty bad, tliat'a a fci. !. of course,
I don't want you to lose an y n oncy, Let'
cc; bow much arc y oulf'
Tlio Uomlnlo nuiicd nli loss, md Drew
told a :lcrk to till a cbeck for the amount.
It was hinde r to the visitor, who became
'liilte proline In bit thanks, and when he
was leaving the otllcc, L'nclc Diitilcl Hopped
him lor a minute, and tald:
"Sccmi to me I told ye not to say any.
thing about that pint Lit Eric to the folks
up your way. lots of em's ben downyer
btiyln, an' I Icartbcy balnl made notliln'.
Horry, but ltbalnt my laitlt, for 1 told ye
not to tell 'em." Thay bad been buying
the stock tbal Drew was celling, and the
check to the dominie was only a small part
of what he had made out of the dominie's
ruirty years ago the Kubbcr I'orous
Plasters KiipcrsctTcd all other planters,
mid to a (leurcc, liniments and other ex
ternal remedies. Since then It has held
its prominence, until recently, when the
old rubtxr compound has keen greatly
Improved In ISenson's Capclnc I'orous
Piaster, In various ways.
First, Uy so treating the rubber that
it contains more electricity than form
erly. Second, Ity the addition of enpelue, a
powerful stimulant, which causes the
pbwter to act immediately and greatly
increases its eftlcacy and usefulness,
making it tlic best remedy known for
colds, rheumatism, lameness of the back
and muscles, kidney complaint, etc.
The manufacturers are pleased to hear
that there is a large class of conscientious
druggists, who, having become con
vinced of the great merit of llenson's
Cupciuu Piaster, unhesitatingly recom
mend it to the public. Of such are E.
Dreher, Newark, ,V. .1. ; Charles
Altham and M. M. Cook, Brook,
lyn, X. V. : Sommer. I. hid &
Co.. Qulncy. Ills.; Uobcrt Power,
Jtlchniond, Va.: E. J, Harte, ew Or
leans, I.a., Gulllck & Uerry, Terre Haute
Ind., wlio say "the results troto. the
sales ot Benson's Capclne Piaster, here
(Terre Haute) has convinced us mat it
Is tar superior to ordinary Porous Pla-
ter." atid W. T. Weber, Sprlngllcld,
Mass., who says, "they seem to constitute
an nilvcrtiitig medium of themselves
wnen mtrouueeu. scnu me lour gross
The manufacturers also rejrret to learn
that druggists, In some instances, acting
from pecuniary motives, as though the
retail price ol Benson's Capclnc is the
same as ordinary I'orous Plasters, the
cost to them is somewhat higher, have
used their Influence to persuade custo
mers who ask for Benson's Capcinc to
substitute some other article lor them.
Be sure vou set Benson's Capclnc
and no other article for them, lie sure
vou get Benson's Capcine and no other.
Price. 25 cents.
Seabury & .!ohnoii, Pharmaceutical
Chemists, N. V. To be obtained, for
twenty-live cent, of Barclay Bros., Cairo,
Illinois. z-iu-ini aw-(:t)
ITaoan's Mao.nolia Balm preserves and
restores the comnlexlon : removes freck-
les. tan and sailowness ; makes the skin
soft, white and delicate.
cannot be detected.
Lyon'is Katiiairon makes beautiful.
glossy, luxuriant nair; prevents its lau
hig out or turning gray. It has stood tlic
test of 10 years. Is charmingly perfumed,
and has no rival. .i-iu-Uivwiy
II.MiiiisiiLiKi, 111,, Jun, 13, leTt;.
TTKare now minings very superior article
VT ui eoai in irom an impiirmes, eeiaxiuuj
suapieu lor graiea nu nouseuuui ue '":'")' i
w ilrli weu-ill ilcllt-rr In M m. im Hie l.lliru uni
Vhii'innrn Irurlf lir Ihi. Mr lnail of 3"H btlthels
at nine () cents ier bushel, or two dollars and
upniv-iivi rpnif. ibz '.ii ,wrmn.
we also nave a very superior arucieoi .-ui
Coal wlilch Vfe will deliver on track at sixteen
(Hi) dollars tier ear :) buliels. Turtles not
wiililng u car load will coll iion . M. vv nril on
ingtonuvemieii, and tic tnppliedut reasonable
r.?nin Hinvi. H'iirnn , a jniiit'n'iu, uim , b.ii"
rein,. Air. nam win u4so owner una amii.v
any part of the city at ai an per car load, mak-
lhl rual rmtalinnt a ' .Vi irtn. All tliucoal
useilbrtheU.undV.ll.lt. I supplied from
ourinlnes.and It ki no siierlor in luemamei
.uurcas an oruers lur coai iu
Jas. A. VifOl c& Co.,
ttrl'. M. Wanl. Km., ha teams and will de
iver mi coai ui J ft" oer cur, ,-.v-i,n.
Hoofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Boumern
Lightning Bjds Pumps, Stoves
JobbiaiB Promptly Doua.
. DANIEL LAMPERT
NORTH SIDE OF EIQHTIt STXEE1
Batwaan Wnahlnarton n Oomsaarolal
I COAL a
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 18th St. and Commercial At
CAIBO. ILLIW0I1 .
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
C. N. HUGHES,
Otm JaTaUiDJi ft Uhl'i.
NONE but rirst-t'laiis Companies retire
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Bank Building, up-italri.
The Oldtat EaUbUahed Agency In South
u iiuuuu, repreaununtr ovnr
165 000 000
K. .1. Ayrea,
S. I), Ayrea
No W Ohio Ivee,
BOX and BASKET CO
J Dealer in
All kinds hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill svnd Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Streot and
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio IiOvoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCIAI.allenltoi Kiven tnconslKiunent" and
No. 314 N. 11th Streett8t.Z.ouia,
Mih. E. A. MIT, M. 1. (Iu cburije).
Ample uMolimiodalions and tnwtiiient. fluly
ieiiol lor mtuln very uluubleSial(lcii. riiuiipli
cure of I'lles, llliruiiiatlsmaml Neryomillnraies
uilarantH.il, Italea moderate. Eor ihTiilar,
112 COMMERCIAL AVE,,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
HALLET, DAVIS c co:s
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledged by all good Musicians to lie the
txst t'lutio now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIaNO,
Of which we have sold over iW during
twelve years past, becoming more aim mom
popular every day.
SMITH'S AAIKIUCAN OJU.AN,
Splendid tone. Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A veiytlno Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental as well n vocal muilc.
AM. TIIK A110VK AUK OFe'KUlH! OS
Easy .Monthly Payments, at low figures
regardless ol I.lst Prices.
In grcit variety, Including all the new
and popular music ot the d.iy.
urucrs from inn ooiuury
promptly tilled ami sent
VIOLINS GUITARS B(NiOS
FKKNCII HA HPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
FuiT.lidieil to Order.
STItlNOS FOB VIOLINS, QUITAl'.S, ETC
UI the Jlcst Qu.illiy.
Classical Studios and Exercises
Of all grades lor J'lano or voice.
JSTKvcry docrlptluu of JUblcil Mcr
chamllHo furnished to order, promptly and
at prices lower than ever offered before.
UENCV AI.Hl 01'
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send lor Illustrated Catalogue and Price
EUt of tlic.o beautiful (croupes.
All Ooods Warranted as EeprsionteJ'
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho ear-loud,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipmont,
jromptly attendod to,
tTo largo eonsuniors and all
Manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any qunntity, by tho
Tiotltll or ytlir, ut uuuuriu ruiuo,
CAIBO CITY COAt COM PANT.
EfUalliday Ilro.'aolUce, No. 70 Ohio l.cvie.
D-Hairiday Hro.'s wharlhoal.
E"At EK)'ltian Mills, or
l3"At Uiul'oal Dump, foot of Tun ty-EUI't
13-l'ost Olllce Drawer, ski
facis." a Treatise on tna
tCaeVlllstojr, care and
TKHA W Wslav atrSL
1 srisa CMIsd Msim In
'ftvcii'i uf a letter auw?.
Leading Journal of Southern
WIllstcailfaMly oppote the policies ol tn
Ilcpubllcau party, and rcfusn to ba tram,
melted . tho dictation ol any clique in tbe
It believes that the Itcpubllcan paity naa
fulmlcd Its mission, and that tho Demo
cratic party as now organized sboulu he re
stored to power.
It believes the Hadical tyranny that bt,
for several ycara opprowed tbe Koutb
should be overthrown and the people I iUi
Southern States permitted to control tbeu
It bcllcvei that railroad corporation
ohouUI bo prohibited by legislative ecarti
mtnts from ex tor tine and unjustly dsecrlm-
Inattng in their business tranracUona wlti
It recoi;nl7c tbe equality ol all men
fore the law,
It advocates tree comuterco taritl tot
It advocate: resumption ol spcite pay
ment, una lionrst payment oi luc pu'ji.c
It advocates economy in tho admlnistia
Hon ol public adalrs
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Bulletin will publish all the local newt
ol Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Po
litical, Eorelisn and General News, and en
deavor to ploao all tastes and Interest ah
T II K
Is a thirty-two column paper, turuDhcit tc
subscribers lor tbe low price ol
$1 25 FEB TEAR,
Pounce prepaid. It Is the cbeapet papci
in the West, and is it pleasing Kirnsiue
VMtoraud Family Companion.
Cannot lall to see the -tvaled Indiur
racnt. ottered by The llullctln In tbe way
ol ehoap and rotltablo advertisement;
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