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Xeading Journal' of Southern
"Will iteadfUy oppose the policies of tt
'JteptiMlran party, and refu-wi to be tram
inellcd i the dictation of any clique in the
It bedevca teat the Republican party na
ti'iilled iu niimilon, and tbat the Demo
ratio party aa now organized tbotiltl It rt
t tared to power.
It nniieve the Ha Ileal tyranny tbat be
cr several year opprewoa the South
tioultl Le overthrows and the people cl ibt
fouthern States perinlttd to esntrol tbeii
o a affair.
It believes tbat railroad corporation
aaould be prohibited by legislative mart
merit from extorting and tiiyuMly dwH-ri ru
inating In tbttr bURlaeaa treaaactloni wits
It reoonlei tbe equality ;'ot a men
lore the law.
It advocatea free romucrre tariff for
to venue only.
advocates resumption ot speclu pay
Bieot, and lion cut payment of tbe public
It advocatet economy in the 1 ail uUt ra
tion ot public aflatra
AS A NEWSPAPER
' be Kiillelin will publb all tbe locai news
t rairo, and a variety of Commercial, l'o
luteal, Foreign and General New, and ec
Jtavor to ploane all tauten and interest alt
T 11 K-
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Is a thirty-two column paper, lurnmlied to
subscriber! lor tbe low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
l'otage prepaid. It In I lie cheapest pape
in tbe Weit, and la a pleasing HreiJ
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot tail to lee tbe uiWvaled Induce
nieuts offered bj The Bulletin in tbo way
ot cbeap and vrofftabla advertisements.
O. N. HUGHES,
Over Mathuii ft TJhl'i.
VTONB but Firat-ClaM Companies repre
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Bank Building, np-iUlra.
?he Oldest Established Atrency in Bout
urn Illinois, representing ovur
PAIXT AND Oil..
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
(low Shades, &c.
always on hand, the celebrated Illuniir.atin
Corner Eleventh. Street and Washing-
CONSIINNION M MM II. XT.
K. J. Ayrea. 8. I). Ayrn.
AYRES & CO.'
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds hard and soft.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII, iio
Mill avnd Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Stroet and
No efl Ohio Levee,
t n ir
hiioi.l'nam: uroi cdn.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOKNTS AMERICAN POWDEB CO
57 Ohio Levoe.
' O. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPKClALattentlei t?iviu locoimiKuiucula and
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Kanny'e.
TSKI'S for aale tbebt Bf, Pork, Mnttoa
iival U vi- iauiuU io tta KMltil) ttui: Acr
Cairo, Illinois Tuesday,
A Oalrnnlnl Litniilir.
(from Hi Waliina-ton S(r )
lit tho wnate to-tlnjr a petition w an pre
Rotitod, Hlgncd by 'hnrli Inward Xott
crN'orl!miniton, lav?., lumiUy rrayliiif
thut on nnl nft r July 4th, lJCfi, the ?tnr
in tli national fins to be placed in the
permanent form ol a ,,six-rayel Cintcn
tilal star."' With the jctition are "instruc
tion to ilagmnfcm in general and the
public," with diagrams. A petition wag
nlo presented from the fame party nk
InS congrew to provide lor uan Interna
tional tnonumeiit for the EngliHh-spcak-lug
nations.' lie a.ks that congn'ss
paw a joint' rcgolnlloti appropriating a
Bnm of money for Uic layinsr, on the 4th
of July next, ol the corner-stone of the
pedestal for a monument for a full-sized
statue of Oliver romwtll, protector.
They t otildu'l le Nuile.1.
A colonel of a liriti'-It regiment was,
according to the Titne t.f India, lately
much distressed by the constant com
plaint got his men respecting their ra
tions. The beet was tough and stringy,
the bread coarse and tasteless, the tea
had no strength in it, and t lie sugar was
largely composed of sand. The colonel,
although he was unable to arrive at any
other conclusion than that th(se com
plaints were uniounded, at hut sent for
the sergeant-major, and, confiding to him
the grumbling which went on, akcd
him what could be done to slop it.
Grumble about rations," said the sergeant-major;
"why of course they do,
sir, and so they would if you tvas to feed
them on toasted angles !"
A Rig Nlnr(oil.
The Hartford Tutw says : UA liuge
sturgeon, eight feet two Inches long by
actual measurement, and weighing, it
was said, 100 pounds, was brought to the
city alive on Saturday afternoon by the
Valley railroad, lie was caught Satur
day morning in the shad-pond of Spencer
&. Ingraham, at Saybrook, and made a
lecided sensation. Four men luinred
him, while still alive, Into Stevens', and
put him In the show-w indow, where he
was gazed at by a crowd. He 'w iggled'
his tail a little and opened his strange
mouth ; but having been out of water lor
ten hours, he was pretty nearly dead,
and did not live long. These li-di are
often siren leaping out of the Connecticut
but st ldom so large.'
IIIeFtliiiiE I lie lleathrn.
' Ir'rom tlte Chicago Timet!.
A favorite way ot bleeding the Hea
then Chinee in San Francisco, aide iroin
the quarterly license.' which he i
obliged to pay by way of a forced contrl
bution, is to arraign him for some petty
violation of the law and give liiui the
alcernatlre of paying an enormous lii.c
or going to the county jail. If he goes
to jail his pigtail is cut oil', which is to
every Chinamen a terrible social and
moral degradation. Hathcr than lose his
pigtail tho heathen w ill permit himself
to be robbed of his last dollar. This is
a great deal meaner way to discourage
Chinese imigration than it would be to
lead out a few prominent Celestials and
a.-v-assinute thcmiu an open and becom
Ir lieu and .lotfctiire In Woodwork.
The Loudon liuilliiig yews says that
one ot the safest remedies for tho alter
nation ol dryness and moisture in archi
tectural wood-work Is simply to till up
all the cracks w ith w hite lead ground in
oil, or putty before planting. A paint
made of suhsulphate of iron, ground up
with any oil ami thinned with coal tar
oil and a little pitch, Is also unite elect
ive, as Is, likewise, coal tar and vegeta
ble tar, obtained from pine timber, mix
ed with dry chalk. I.iusecd oil and tar
iu equal parts, boiled together and used
while hot, alter being scorched over by
f.ood burnt nnder it, strikes into the
wood, closes tho pores and makes an im
permeable covering of undoubted value
in many cases.
To prevent rot, nothing U better than
a thorough seasoning, w ith proper ven
tilation. Charring timber, or creosoting
it, will do much to arrest decay, but,
w hen once the dry rot is found, a cure bo-
'oincs necessary, if there can bo no remo
val or replacement with new, A pure so
lution of eorosive sublimate in water, In
the proporl'oii of an ounce to a gallon,
used hot Is an efficient remedy. A solu
tion of sulphate of copper, one-half pound'
to a gallon of water, laid on hot, has
proved successful ; and paratlin oil, or the
cheapest naphtha oil, will also ttay de
cay. As preventives against marine attacks,
coal tar, applied alone, or af ter a satura
tion of corrosive sublimate, has been
found serviceable in checking woriug ;
also a mixture of lime, sulphur and rosin
with pitch. To prevent worms in tim
ber, ait iutusion of quassia Is found to bo
antidote, anything bitter leing antago
nistic to animal life. Creosoting is one
of tho best preventives, however, where
it can bo used.
Lyon's Katiiaihox makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly iierfumcd
and has no rival. 3-lo-d&wly
11 aiian's Magnolia Bauu preserves and
restores the complexion ; remove freek
pi, tan and sallowuess ; makes the skiu
soft, w hite and delicate. It application
canuot U detected. 3-lO-USwly.
City National Bank
W P. HALMDAV, Yeeiil-nt.
llhNKY I.. 1IALL1DAY, ViuePml.
A . II S AKKOKU, Cdtahier.
' VTAITKIt 11VSLOP. Art'tCashlrr.
S. Utaat TTtOR, Tt: II. CnmxnnAif,
II L. Hallidat, W. 1'. Hali.iuat,
U. I). WlLLIAHtfo. 8TEPIIB lllRD,
A . B, 8Arr0Mi.
Exchange, Coin and United Statea
uonas .uougm ana ooia.
TAEPOSITg mivt4 and a general banking
f l!ros, President. H. Wells', Quihk-r.
I', bell. Vice I'm'. X. J. Kerlii, AseC. aU'r
mil coum me,
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street,
r". Jim, firo. W m. Kliiire, nlro.
f. Ni 0, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . SiiMinka, Cairo. It. U nilliiiKxIejr, ,uiB.
I-. Under, Cairn. H. WelU, Cairo.
II. liriukman, su IiiiIh,
. UeiiFiftl Rnnklna; HiinlneHS Ilonr.
tl-Exclianpe sold and boaglit. Interest pM
ii tli !uviiiKa Ierlm-nt. Collei tioiis made,
tint nil iMmi rn-Cri pmn)itly utt' ielcl to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. II. 8AFFOUU. PreHldent.
. 8 T A YLOK, Vice Preeident.
W. IlYbLOP, Sec'y and Ireauirer.
P.W. Habclat, Ciias. Qamoher,
r. M . Wtock v letii , Pacl O. Kcnuil,
U. H. Cl'KNINOHAM. II. L. IIAU.IOAT,
J. 11. Phillip.
LNTERKST iaid on dejiosite at the rate f( a
percent. r annum, March IhI an.l Huptetn
M-r l.-tt. Interest not withdrawn ia adlfd Imme
liuti-ly to the principal of the depoaiu, thereby
riving- IIm-iu cmiMiiuid interest.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it,
0wn every traaineeaday fromOa.m. to 3 p. in.
i Aatiinlay eveniufa for navino tleiOtito only
roni 6 to b o'clock.
W. HTEIX)P. Treasurer.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Ordera for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
teTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
ia buddIv rtiv nnnntitv ho- thn
oaonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIEO CITY COAL COMPANY.
fl-nulliday Bro.'s office, Ko. 70 Ohio Levee.
iJ-UaHiday Kro a wharfbuat.
I f At KfO-jitian Mills, or
M-At the Cual Duiup, foot ef Tnuty-Eigh
tPoat Office Drawer. .
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
Advancefl nude on Con-'icnmeiits. AU
Btravta ot Titles made, Cenvtyaiices untl
Collections utlundcd to.
ATTENTION TO M'SINESS' AM)
ritO.MPT UK.M HTANCi:S.
Auction Sale Every Saturday Morning.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholeaale and ItetaU Bealera ia
Foreign and IDomestie
vixi:s OF ALL U1JVUM,
, No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MKSSZX: P1TYTH CO. have eonitautly
a large aloek of the beat giax). o Uiv mar
ket, and give eapecial attuiitlou lotlie ahulaaale
rauuhof the buaueaa. ' j ,
Dm. MITCHELL & BRIOHAM. ,
ITf'EapeeJal attention elven to hurgery and
tlielrealiueut of CUrumo Uiasaaes. fc-i-lni.
,i unjrTo, i87o.
Wohavoa LarRe Stock of the following Oils io store, in pvimo order.
tt uivu wW uuvi iv
Water White "ARGAND"
175 Fire Test.
ELAINE She Family Safeguard !
75 Ohio Levee.
QUOTATIONS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
GILES, BRO. & CO.
NOS. 266 & 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
WE AUK SI'KUAl. An-;STS VoU
AXD IIAVK A 1CI.L STOCK OF
AXO AN" i:MM -
I.adits' Finoiiold Wuloli.-,
l. .,1,1 T,.,,lli l -
om iHra t iiuin.-t,
.ll S k ihaiiiH,
Mir Wst t huiii-t,
l .-in! StuiuN,
Oi.lil Waii-h K ys,
I i, nil Sim kl:l(!i-n,
i oral sell, and Uciih' S
liioii.c Kinajueiil i,
Offlce and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
als and Tools for Jewelers.
UM'-vriy one Tiidlinrf CHK'ACO should call nt our ettahlishiiifiit and CKanilno our Wood"
'I'ho CheiHat I'riiiM i our Motti. t
Cigars I Cigars I Cigars I
Wholesale and Retail Frices !
Fully alive to the demand of the timed, nronoses to put liW
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF
CD I H
At prii ei that wilUonipure with tho decline in other artloles, In other word will put
hia goods down from the old
War to a Peace Basis,
And in proof of the fact would call the attention of the Smoking
Public to the following prices: Connecticut Seed from 2 to 3 cents;
Seed and Havanna. 4, 5 and 0 cents; Key West Havanna. 8 to 10 cents:
and imported Havanna 15 conts each. Ho means business, and will
at even these low prices, make a fair living profit.
Ilia light expenses enables him to give the publio tho benefit of those
low prices, and in return solicits their patronage.
Smoking and Chewing tobacoo, and Smokersarticles of all discrip
tions, constantly on hand, and will be sold correspondingly low.
F. TSXCmC AXT,
102 Commerial Ave. 2d Door Above Sixth Street,
Are ITou Going to Faint?
THEN USE MILLER BEOS'
Krady for use in White, ami over One Hundred Different Colors, made of atrlclly prime
White Lead, Zinc mid i.inMtrl Oil, Chemically combim-d, warranted Much Handaoiutur and
Cheaper, ami to hut TW U K A-S lA.Ntj a any ether iut. Ithaa taken Ilia f irst frenuuuia at
twenty Male Kaira ol the Uniou, uud M on iiihiit 'IioiifaikI oftlw lineal liDU.en is the.-ouutrv.
Ad.lreui, 3VtXXIjI3n DIXOTIXHXljhl, :
i'kicks kkdi ckd,8mi'li CAiit 8KM nitK, 31 St. Clair St., ClevelandTOoio.
0WLYS1.25 A YEAR.
iiiu iruuc very iiow ;
- 110 Fire Test.
-130 Fire Test.
150 Fire Test.
.s VAItlfiTY OK
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hiloll llllllll r,
lips unit (miIi H,
f-ilvtr I hiiiihlft,
Mi I I t MmU,
x al UiliK,
) ra (j:i ',ci, .to
JLa. I HC
fSICSS HESHCEO 79 SUIT Tfifi TQCCS
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day. - "
Room and Board. 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
Special Rata by Week or Mo.tli.
A tlmftrd nnmlx-r of very lolr.ii.u u,.i
i. l,n l B,ro- ' '"wl'li.iaiiinir the 'd '
It. k" niUiriion in i-ri.-w, tho ,",v will a. -"-.hI,
! .Irjlly Wi;,,,lir wiM, "hAJrV b4
or.;v, rvlhn.K thut con he found In market .
J-11 ,"nJI''B r-"""s fr rommercial trav
''""Kro.ind floor, frceof rharirr.
thuToti ins ?hSs?M c"nv',,"J ,o and lroro .
4 1, if Jkwktt wiiox ro.V
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY. , .
Goods Sold Very Close.
Oorner 10th St. and Commercial At.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
IU.K BUT and CHKAVXIT WJflOK MAX
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thath-Pourth Street
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures bis own H&rse Shoes and
can. Assure Qood Work.
n PATRONAGE SOLICITED
TAKK 1 UK
1HF. ONLY DIRF.CT KOITTP TO
i' ' ' iVI.V ;
I'y tliin l.iuu InNa)nirra are Landed al
4 4'nlenuitil liroiinda, or at Uroml and I'ina
Mrei-u, in vicinity ol the Iaihufj hotels in
Mnludeliihiu, as Uiev niay jireiir. Holder of
; CAN STOP OFT AT THE
And visit the l.'ovurnment Puildinfta, and the
n.aiiy ohjeota of iiiterenla In uud ahout Washing-
Ion City , 'J ru veins dealt inn
A Spssdja Pleisint, and Coifcrid!. Trip,
Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
I j i ik'biuled forita : -
Elegant Coaches, Splendid Hotels. Gran J
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley
bcennry, and the many points of " .
Historio Interest Alona;
I ita Line.
rare Till ALWAYS is IN
As i Aaj Other Lki' .
PVLLMAN PALACE CARS
J ' Itun Through ;
WITHOUT OHANOS ."
. ' IMirra the ;
Principal w.2l.rfi and Sistera Cities.
C.V.K TiltiOlTGir TICKETS, IIAGOGAGR
J ' t hueka, Movement of Trains, Meeuing Car
Ao-oiuiuo.tiitionH, do ...to., ajiply at Ticket
UiUoca at all i'nucijial I'oiuu,
NQKTH, SOTJTH, BAST OB WXST. ' u
E. B. DOIISKV. I.. XI. COLS, ; "r.
As.'ti;en'l Tkket Agt. tiea'l Ticket AjU,
IHOi P. UAUltV, TIIOS. tt. SHAJtP,
W atera Haaaewtre r Airt Mitatvr f fraap ' :
L I . ..' . . J
CAIRO CITY BINDEB7,
9. O. ZZuelai
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Proi.rletor,"' ' " ' " "' " 1 '. ,
BINDER AND BLANK CCOli
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