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V limns. Pirslilrnt. II. Wella. f'a.i.l.r
I' Nctr, Vlro I'lei't. T.J. Kerlh, Asst. mh'r
Cornor Commercial Avo.nnd ath Streot,
i . iirnM. uirn. writ, lilur
I' Sill. Calm. Win Wfilft.. I
Slianka, Cairo, It, I,. Illllltiirkli-jr. v t,n,,
I; Under, I aim II. Wells, ftiro.
. .uuiiwiiilll, 10111.
1ihiiiI llankliiK t!iiHlii(-iH Hour.
5 1 rT'cltnn'BoM urnl bought Intntit paid
ft till nil III! a I iiui j ...... .1I....I. I a. '
" ' .-.iM gr, l I .III It. I J HH I1U1'I TO.
City National Bank
W ! HALMIIAV. Treiddcnt.
IIKNKY I, IIAt.LIIlAY, Vlml'icM
A II HArTOIlD, Cl'lilir
W.M.I KU HVfil.Ol'. Asa't Cashier.
HTAATS TATLOI, It. H. CCKXI.HfillAtl,
II. I., IIALI.IIMY, W. 1' II ttlDAY,
, . II, WlLLUMK), STXPIIKM IhU,
A 11. SArroim
Exchange, Coin find United States
uonau nought and Sold.
TMjl'OHITS rm-ltnt and a general banking
n I rl t
CHARTERED MARCH 121, 1809
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A II SAPFOItll. l'nMnt.
8 S TWI.OU, Vo- I'rniduit
W II V.il.or, x-c'y and Tri'Murt r
I W HaIiC'LAY, (HAS (jAUOIItH,
f M Stoi xkls-tii, Tail) stum,
It, It llXMMlllAM. II 1. JIaLLIDAY,
J. M rmi.Lii-.,
LN Tl.llKST ult on dcMMlt at the rule fif
IMTuut r annum. Mnreh 1st and MpUm
-r lat InUreit not wllhilratvii In added Immc
llutely tu the principal of the deposits, tl.tnby
cIiiim Uh-iii ivinn'ouii'l tulcmit
Married Women and Children may
Dopoiiit Money and no ono
olso can draw it.
0rn eicry busIneMitay from!.! m, to 3 p.m.
li -aturd.iyet.eniugi fur mMiiKnlfO.IU only
rom ij Ui s o'clock
W. HY8r.OI. Treaaumr.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Ooods Sold Very Clone.
Uorner 10th St. and Commirclal Av,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
' The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
IHE BEST and CHEAPEST WiQON MAN
MAN UPACTOHY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thti th-Fourth Stroot
SIXTII STREET, Botwcon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hla own Homo Shoes and
can ASHUrouoou worn.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
or. o. zzxioiHi.
KINDER AND BIjANK liOOK
niillotln Bulldlnjr, Cor. Twelfth Street
O-County nnd nllronl'ork a 8ieclHy
TTILLIAM R. SMITH, X. p.,
ItKSIDI.NCI-.: So 21 Thirteenth Mr.ft.be
twccn Washington avenue and Walnut atrctt.
OPPIC'K: North side of Klghth ilntt be
tween Commercial and Wnthlngtoii avenue.
Corner Ninth ami Walnu
OFfJCKt Corner Sl th atrrtt and Ohio 1xtt
OFFICU HOUKSt Kromi.tn. lm., an)
Irom 2 tu ii, in.
JOHN B. JttULKET,
Attorney at Law.
OFFICF. t AtrtsMnre on Ninth Strwt, 1.
twiTnW-ulilnxtmi avenue ami Walnut fit.
JH. R. H. CANINE,
OFFICI. AND l(K.!lII.NCi; KUMIi fituet,
litKVMii WaliliKtou anil Comrnrrclal Avenue.
wtf CAIItO. ILLS.
iikai. EiTATi: aii:kt.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
:0KTCYANCKB8, NOTARIES ' PUBLIC
Land Aynntii of the Illinois Central and
JiurlluKton ana Uutncy K. It.
North Cur. Sixth ami Ohio Levee,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wliolrjalr ami Ketall I)lvra In
Foreign and Domostio
VI.M:s OF A I.I. KIMIS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS. f-MTIl A (;0. have eontUntly
e lame fttick of the btt irool. in thi iuat-
Vet, anil trlvi;mclal attention to the uboliual.
raucn in ine iiu.iiiua
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttoring a Specialty
Slate Jloofling a Specialty in
any part of Southern
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing Promptly Done.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE!
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
It tin- Urnmi Old
Which has stood tho test of 40
Thoro is no soro it will not Heal,
no Laraonoss it willnotCuro.no
Acho, no Pain, that Afluctfi tno Hu
man body, or the body of a Ilorso
or othor Domostio animal, that
docrf not yiold to its magic touch.
A bottlo costing 25c, 50c. or 81
hnsoftonsavod tholifoof a Human
Doing, and Restored to Lifo and
Usofulnoss Many a Vuluablo
I., 1 1 A U.K. AKIN Chlaiuo
Xi. D. Alsia tSt Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenuo, - - CAIRO, ILLS.
It-'l hoie fuvnrlnjr us with llu-Ir intrniuiKi
will Unit n i'onilelPllnt'Ol' kooiIi i'iiuii which t
kilfctjtttholtoin irlcua. l"-ll-wlv.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Aveuuea, adjoluinif Hanny'a
KKKI'9 for aata the licat Rief, Fork, ilutton
Veal, iAmh, SanaaKe, &o.. and Is pre
prad t crvo lauilllca Id un noceiitahlo mtuner
OfflS.ce, Sullctln. a9u.1145.nar, Coxxxex T-walftta. Otreet ana
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY,
Hoply of Mayor Colvinto tho Cit
izons Demanding nis Resig
nation. Ciui'AdO, April 10. Tho Mply of Mayor J
Cob In to thclformal demand ol theCltlzchi
Ooiiiinlttee lor hla iflgimtlon will ho pub
lished to-morrow. It cover) about two
newspaper colutiinf. lie sets out with tho
statement that he believes the demand wo
purely political In Its nature, and that no
goodwill bo accomplished by compliance
with It. lie coca Into an exhaustive hlv
toryofhla hdniinbtrntlon, which ho de
claro has been hampered by the lcaiy ol
debt lelt the city by lih prcdjcc-or in the
mayoralty filr. Medlll;. He nlo attributes
the heavy loads which the city Is called on
to bear to the troubles ol the panic, and the
newtpaper uttacks on tho cl ty 'ailnjinl
tintlou and credit. He gives a lltt of
olllclals appointed under hit admlnMiallon,
and chalk ni;c any preloui-;admlnltratJon
to pn-fiit a better lint, lie declare that
there would hac been no trouble with the
city llnancei had the taxea been properly
paid; denounce an unfair and unlato'inai.
like Hateu. cut that they u ore not paid be-I'uii-e
of lack of confldeci'C in the govern
ment, though no direct rharges ol corrupt
ion have ever been made agaltitt him lie
acrti that thu New York baukcridld not
o Ject to loaning money to the city on ac
count of I ick ol confidence In the city's ad
ministration. On the contrary, they pro.
uouueed It economically and properly ad
mlnttred. The objections were that the
ncwjiapcn iputloncd tho legality of tho
city ccrtltica n, and that many ol our
wea thy and leading citizens were lighting
thetixcs. Uepltu all the circumstances
above named, hu aye Uc city's finances
ate In a l.ir from dangerous and dPcour-
aglni condition, and there If very proba
bility that her lndebtcdm will be dis
charged. Reverting to tho question of
taxes, he says a great majority of tho tax-
lighter' arc the wealthy classes and polit
icians, who resort to every means to avoid
taxes and place their own burdens on the
boulder ol the poor, lln appends a lictof
prominent merchants who, he njt, ate the
uadln;', tax-tighter, and who were Jthe
eadlng spirits in tli5 ltccat meeting. The
amount due the city Irom these men l
about one million dollars. He devoted a
little space to the defense ol hi character
agalnt newspaper, attacks, defends hU
action In holding olllce until IS" In accor
dance with the virtual dicUIon ol tho Su
premo Court, and Mlbtntt that heliss been
honestly obedient to the'.law In this bf in
other rc'pects. He concludes with tho
proportion that It tbl demand Is honestly
made, and If proof Is forthcoming of tho
inccrily of the demand In a payment ol
all city tuxes which these gentlemen who
make demand arc owing to the city, he will
reiign twenty-four hourn alter having iecn
the receipts' tor such taxes, signed by the
proper oltlclal?. He rlncercly.dctlrcd that
m opportunity may be iitlbrded him of ex
changing his ollice fr tax-rccclpt"
Boston during tho Sicgo of 1775.
(Horace K Sciiadtr. In the Atlantic-)
It was dull work for the olllcers and
ladle and genllcmun to stay cooped up In
tho little pcnlneiila through the dlmal win
ter, their eyes and car- besieged by the
forlorn condition nf tho Inhabitant and
cnJo)ing tinall fIiuw ol that dlgnlllcd mcrr
making for which Bos-ton has been f.imous.
The olllcers lound time cnouglt for gal
l intry, and two Udic- living thn ill town,
daus'hteM of the f.unoits Ur. Ujlcc, UfCd to
tell, half a century latter, when they wcro
j-llll uiilllnchlng loya'lsH, of their promen
ades with (len. Howe and Lord Percy on
llottun Common, and of tho inunlo of lilts
l.urtMiIp's band, played under their win
dow at lib Lordship's order. A now reg
iment arrived from England In December
and tho Newt-Letter chirped at mention of
the excellent band it brought, with prom,
boot a concert lor tho diversion of tho
town. When the new.' ear set In, a icrics
ol i-uliMiriptlon balls wa announced to be
held at Concert Hall onco u fortnight. Tho
hut ball at tho Providence Hotiso was tho
Queen's ball, given, curiously enough, on
tho J2d of Fcbuary, Tho le-tlval of
St. .lotin the Evangelist was duly celebra
ted by dinner at Vrco Ma'on' Hall, a
inarch to Ilattlo street, and an appropriate
union, but there Is no mention of any
publlu festivity at Christinas. Tho most
elaborate etlort at entertainment was in
tho tlicutilcnl representations given under
the patronage of (leu. Howe. A number
ol olllcers and ladle formed a Society for
Promoting Theatrical AmUscmcMs, a title
which somehow seems to give it eortalu
solemnity to the proceedings, and I hey did
this, tho announcement frankly stated, for
their own amusement and tho benevolent
mirposo ol contributing tu tho rellcl of ills-
treiscd soldiers, their widows and children.
Fanetill Uau bait nccn nttcu up Willi n
stngc, nud thu pcrtormanco began nt six
o'clock. Tho entrance fee was not immod
erate ono dollar lor tho pit nml a quirter
otsi dollar for the gallery. Tho ntrplus
over expenses was to bo appropriated t6
tho reliefer poor soldiers. Tho most nota
bio nioco, howevci'.Twaslho local farce of
thn "Jlloekadu of Uoston," by Oeuoral
llurgoyno, whoto reputation us n wit and
dramatist has kept even paeo with his lull
ltary dime, (in tho evening f tho Sth ol
January It was to bo given for tho llrst
time, Tho comedy ol thu "llusy-bod)"
had hern actod, anil tho ciir'.aln was about
to bo drawn for tho farce, when tho aetora
behind theKcncn heard an exaggerated
report of n raid made upon Charlottown by
a imall party of Amcrleaus. Ono of the
actoi, dressed for hN part, that of a Yan
kee sergant, came lotward upon tho stage,
called ulleuee and Informed tho audloiu-o
that thu alarm guns had boon lired and n
bat'lo was going on In Charlcstowu Tim
audience, taking this for tho brst scene in
tholarce, applauded elistreperoiisly, being
il'itcriiithcil to yet nil the fun there ai to
lie out of tlic piece, when tho order
I "ai given in dead earncit for the olllcrrs to
return to their pontK. Tlio m!lonco nt thU
wi thrown Into dire confusion, the uillc-t-rn
JtimpiD ovtr the orchealra, breaking
the fiddle mi thu way, tho adorn ruthlijg
about toKetrldof Ihtlriialntnnd dlult(,
the ladlu, alternately fainting and r cream
Ing, and the play brought to grief.
Mr. Wilier' l.cllcr.
Till hotnuwlmt humorous letter is
written by Mr. J. T. Wcbcr, it leading
(Intgulst of .Sprluglield, Must.:
Messrs. Scabury V Johnson.
Oeiitleinen Thtro 11 a funny Ut
ile old mail here who used to hobble
ubout on crutches, uttering bad words
ngutiut thu doctors because they could
not euro bis rheumatism ; ho tried and
lias since becomes a walking ndvertlse
inent for ltciison'a Copcino Porous
Plaster, and hu walks without his
crutches;, too. The plaster Is without
doubt, nn article loiiir needed, nml
u great improvement on the ordinary
iiuruuis iiiusier. luuis, ixt:,,
J. T. Vi:iu:it.
Uciison's Ciiticlnc Plaster Is a truly re
tnarkablu article. It Is recommended by
physicians everywhere, becauso of Its
great superiority over other plasters and
liniments. Rubber possesses licallng
nnd curative properties that can bo found
In no other natural product. Capelucis
now recognized as tlio best external
stitniilant mid pain reliever. It relieves
pnln iiiunedliitely nnd qulcken the no
tion ol the planter. lienson'D C'apclne
Plaster cures rheumatism, lame, nnd
weak back, kidney and spinal nHeetion,
shooting pains in the sides and back, re
laxation ol the abdominal belt, and like
troubles. Why suirer wlih thee Ills
when a Unison's f.'apcinc Plaster, costing
only 25 cents, will relievo und euro Vou.
.Sold by driiL'i:lsts evervwlu-ri.. Si-afnirv
it Johnson, pharmaciutlc.il chemist", S.
i .. general ngenu. 4-5-Ui:w-l m.
Kirrlnllllr In Mefllclnm.
(From the Toledo Wade.)
Wo mibltli on our elL'htb tiase a
lengthy article (tecriblng the nytein of
mo noieu Hpi elaiut, Ur. K. V. Pierce, of
isuNaio, .. i .. in wtucli lie sets forth
with considerable 1'oree and clearnos Ida
reason" lor devoting ills whole time and
attention to a single department of medi
cine the treatment of lingering chrome
diseases. Tho same article ulo takes up
tliu sublccts of dlasruo'-b, methods of con-
situation and treatment, etc.. nnd will
be found to contain many valu
able bints to the Invalid. Dr. Pierce Is the
author ol a work which be has alreadv at
tained a large circulation "The i'eo
pie's Common Sense Medical AdvUer'
containing some nine hundred numerously-Illustrated
pigc, and devoted to
medicine in all its branches, a work well
calculated lor the guidance and Instruc
tion of the pcoplo' at large, and which
may be hail for $1.50 (post-paid) by ad
dressing the author. Dr. Pierce lias non
been before the general public long
enough to enable the formation of a care
fill estimate of the elllclency ot Ids treat
ment and bis medicines, and the verdict,
we are glad to know, has been tinlversallv
favorable to both. (2D)-l-12-d-w-lw. '
H.igan's Magnolia Halm preserves and
restores tne complexion ; removes ireck
les, tan nnd sallowness ; makes the skin
soft, white and delicate. It application
cannot be detected. WO-dAwly.
I.yox'.s Ka'iiiauio.v makes beautiful,
'losT, luxuriant hair: prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It lias stood the
test of 10 years. U eharmliiglv perfumed,
and has no rival. 3-iO-diS.wly
J r?r 1.i:ceit.i' A. llalley lias Just
received a line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, llower stands, llower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts and
wreathes, which be. lias marked very low,
nt 115 Commercial avenue. 2-lS-:)in.
KollccU lieiclirirltrs ti llic Stockholders of
Ihe Cairo City Kerry Company, that a meeting
will Iw held nt my ofllce. comer of Kltdilifiilh
slnctand Washington ncnucjn lids city, on
Monday, May 1st, next, for the election ofset.cn
director to serve the ensuing year, and lor kcii
end busincHS. 'lHO-. W II AI.MDAY,
Cairo. Ills.. April I.', ISTfi.
ALI.iH'isouul tuxes, lfinaluliiK unpaid, tire
under Hie law, now delinquent. To t-'le
uchln payers, howcvcr.as desire It, an op
porluiilly lo uy tald ta without coil, the col
lector will riielvc (he same at hU olllce until the
twentieth in-t. After that time distraint will be
made upon Hip proK'ity of Ihe dcllnituents.
.kl.r.A. II. llli l.s,
ta iro, Illinois, A pril Hi, 7.'.. Hl-ilAw-td .
rpiif "Wcelily lliillcllii,"
l.i!j pcryer, postuRe prepaid, to any address.
BK4T AND CHEAPKST
Paper published in Southern Illinois.
The llest and ChejiiHit,
At Ihe 11UI.IXT1N Ollice, Cairo,
THK llU&TA ClITAl'KsI
llAiuusnciio, Ills., Jan. 13, lS70,
W 11 are now mlmnp n cty superior artlrlr
ot coal free from all Impurities, especially
adapted for grates and household use, pciierally .
which we will delher In Cairo, on th Calm and
Vlncennes track by the car load of.'loo busheU
at nine (') a-iilH'icr buhel, or two dolhirsuud
1UIlllV.tlVI I'I'llU IftJ 'JAI luT Inn
Wualso liUMHi ery superior article of Nut
Ikml wlilcli we will ui'iiver on iiiick hi iwt-niy
(m ilnllura ni r uir :ino husliels, 1'urttcs no
wishing a car load will call upon f'-.M Ward on
rii.hii, sti-.t Ii.,it,-t4n r. nimeiclal nnd Wash-
lliUtoniuameH, nud Ixi inppllisl at lensoimhli'
trellis. Mr. Waul will also diU.cr IhU cuul to
any urtorthecltyiit'l W per car loud, iimk
tlifscoalc.wtalioutJM rl"n. Al thuciml
used by the. V. and V It, It. I supplied fiom
oui'inlnei,,nnd it bus no superior in Iheiuailit,
Addiess all outer for coal In
Jas. A. Via.ll A Co.,
Cl-K.M. Ward. Ks'l., has tcuma and will du
v cr this coal nt :t .Ml uer car.
Of livery Uescrlpllou
Waxafaln.c - toia. .A.Tr
APRIL 10, 1870.
O. N. HUGHES,
Oror Mathnu UM'i.
NentlbUt rlr"'cla" Coiupanlca repre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, np-italri.
The 01datEntabllahed Airenoy in South
em Illinois, reprosenUntr ovir
165 000 000
'llli: IlKVrnml CIIEAI'INT.
the Hn.Li.TlN Oflice, Cairo, Illinois.
K. Ayrea. s, I). Ayrca.
AYRES & CO.'
No sO Ohio I,cvrv,
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIBINO, LATII, too.
Hill and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Strcot nnd
STRATTOX &" BIRD,"
AGENTS AIJLERIOAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIAI. atteutlei given toconaliiiiucnta an I
Blake c& Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glans, Win
dow Shadou, 810.
Alu'iiy on bund, the relcbnilel lllnudnatln
Corner Eleventh Btrnot nrd WiahUs
ton AV' uuu
No. 314 N. 11th Street, St. LouU,
Mas. H. A. UlVf., M. D. (In eliarife).
Aliuile accomniodutlons nnd treatment. Only
Jeiiot fur certain very valuable Sjwcillca. i'hiinpt
cure of files, HhfUinalliiu and Nfr tons disrancs
Biiarantced. Itatej modcnile. For cireuUr.
M ini stamp. 3-W-dft wlm
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Roputation.
Acknowlcdjcd by all nood Musicians to be the
btst l'lnno now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wn Imvn ntd nt'AP i(V ilnnni
twelve jcars past, becoming more and more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, 1'owcr and Durability.
Kimball's Orchostral Organ,
A very flno Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental as well as vocal music.
AM. THK A110VK AltK OFFKItKD ON
Kay Monthly Payments, at low tlures
regardless ol List l'rlces.
In uteit variety, Includini; all the new
and popular music ot the day.
Orders from tho Country
promptly tilled and sent
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS i
FHKNOH HAU1VS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
ruiy.ishcd to Order.
StniNOS FOB VIOLINS, OUITAKS, EIO
Ol tho llcst (Mality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades lor 1'lnlio or Voice.
JSTKvcry description of .Musical Mer
chandise furnished to order, promptly and
at prices lowor than ever ollcred before.
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and 1'rlce
List of thc.-o boautiful Kfoupes.
All Goods Warranted as Represented1
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
IVIT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ion, or in hogshoads, for shipmont,
Droraptiv attonaoa to.
HaSTTo largo oonsumors and nil
nanufaoturors, wo aro propared
to supply any quantity, by the
aaontii or year, at uniform rates.
CAIEO CITT COAL COMPANY.
O-Hiilllday Hro, 'a offlco, No, "0 Ohio Levee,
O-llaHlday llro 'a wliarf boat.
At Kgyptlan Mills, or
".M U'C I 11
ml Hiinip, 1'iHit of Tauty-F.lght
itJ-l'ust Olllce Drawer. Wsi
No Belts or Bellows.
W1XX. WELD 3-1N0H IRON.
Just what la wauled. Bend 3-cenf, Hyn!
clreular to KMl'IKK POMTABUi lOKOfc CO.
iiior, N. Y. -uu
Tho Pooplo'a Remedy.
Tho Tlniversal FtinXxt actor.
"Hear! fori wUl speak of excellmtthlus.'
I li J nrlr m to M an or Bcas U,
Nlmlnaj, Hpralns, Contn
Prscf arris. Cuts, Iccr
tfl or Incised IVonnds.
Hlerdlnsr I.assa;, or
Xofie Hlecd.and Hlecd-
lnt flums or Teeth .
VomiitBt "t ! and
Pile Blmllng pie,
nlffla. SwIImI vm
Htlirtsetia or Sorenese.
Morn Threat or Quintr.
More or InflameJ Kyti ot
'store Nipple, InOamtd
I'nlnfnl or too Prortu
I , Monthliea.
Milk Lea-. Ovarian DIs-
mm ana Tamnrs.
Grovel and Straiiirarr.
C'linaiiK and Kxcorla-
iiuua ui iniaau. or
ITnrlroae Vein. Kn-
Wlcr. Old Bores, Inter
iuu, uaruuncies, Tu-
mnn. lint U v.MU .
Conia and llunlona, Chat-
nl nr Sam Vu.
Felon or Whitlow, Frost-
I Ml I .Itlllt. Par..
Llfnaqnllo Rlloa, Insect
aunga, i.ruiiu nanus.
I0.I'N KXTRAeTT Is for sale by all flrat
:ina liaiiaTKlata.and recommended bj
all Drug-gists, Physicians, and every
lioily who rma ever used it.
faniilil-t containing Illitnry and TJaei mail
ed free on application, If not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York nad London.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpiIG BULLETIN Is published every morning
(except Monday) In the Bulletin Building, cor
ncr Washington avenue ami TweUth stmt.
Tux IIcllitix Is served to city subscribers by
faithful carriers at Twenty-Five Cents a Week,
payable weekly. By Mail, (in advance), $10 per
annum i six months, $i; three months, f.? one
TIIE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'liblisticd cut)- Thursihiy morning at $125
pel annum, lnvaiisbly in ailvancc. Ihe postage
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