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Iftdinf Journal of Southern
MlufteaJ'ssU oppoM tbe (olldes of to I
'.Republican party, and reluwi to bs tram I
BwlleJ i, tba dotation of any clique in tbe I
Afctaooratlc organization. I
H basleresl&at the Kepublicaa party nas
uliillsd iu mission, aud tbat tbe itiuo
rails party as how organized should t e ra.
rtorsd to power.
It believe tbe Radical tyranny tbat be
tcr several years oppressed tbe South
Ihbould be ovsrtbrown and the people cl tbe
Southern Mates permitted to control tbeu
It believes tbat railroad corporation
bould bo prohibited by legislative fcacti
wsnu fronj eitortiuf and unjuatty desert ta
rnation in tbslr business transactions witk
i be public.
It recognizes tbe equality of a men
tore tbe law.
It advocates frea commerce Urli let
advocates resumption of specie pay
inent, and bone.! payment of tbe public
It advocate! economy
tlon o( public aOalrs
in the 1 mi o Wire-
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litical, Foreign and General News, and en
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YUHoraud Family Companion.
Cannot tall to tee the tu.valed induce
mtnUoflered by The Bulletin in tbo way
f cheap and profitable advertisements.
O. N. HUGHES,
Otm sUthnis XThl'i,
VTONK but Firtt-UahB Companies repra
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bask Building-, up-itairs.
?he OldMt Established Arency in Bout
era Illinois, represenuntr ovr
PAIXT AKD OIIJI.
23. F. PARKER,
CilltS, OilS, VamlshCS,
flfall Paper, Window OlaBs, Win
aow anaaeu, sc.
s.lwys on band, the celebrated IlluDiiualin
Ooraer Eleventh Street and Wash fus
t'OHHlMMION MKHf'lf AKIN.
HOX and BASKET CO
All kinds bard ami soft,)
FLOORING, 8IDINQ, LATH, co.
Mill and Yard.
Jomer Thirty-Fourth Streot and
No W Ohio I-vee,
T .6 If.
STOAITON A BIRD," "
A.QENTS AMERICAN FOWCEB 00
57 Ohio Levee.
0. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attentiei given to consignments and
To whom Pensions are
QATTI EVERY, Holdler
JrJQLXsWsDlSABLEU white In the lino
sad discharge of duty, either by accident
otherwise, should usto a pension. The loss at
os you to a pension. A ruptUlU
r .light, firm yon a pension,
f a toe give you a pension.
av nmw oww
The loss of I
The loss of aa eye give you a pension.
ay Injury will give you a pension.
iliiUaVMU MAUT pen.!
who ars now drawing a pension, are )uwy ecu,
tied to aa inerease, Dt TT TT firT ''Jf
rSiindtstampaDlJ U M JL X al
Jus eopy ofPenJioa and Boqntjr Acta.
Aoorsss, p, Hs tTITXCs.HAs.Ps
United states cisun agens isrirous,i!
gsjsrua ail isuers mara i . u. stoz s.ms
flMM 1UU IS WlWl BUM f MI HI UU SdrtrUKB.UW
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Wae bins-ton and Commercial
Avenuee, adjoin In r Uanny'a.
XT EKPS for sals the best rW, Perk, Mutton
t V .... I I . .. Alt. I i. I...
te Mil , CUM,., H u-s .w
prd u lawllies in b aoucitlb m' 'Jtr
O 13Utlxk Zlvxllllxur. Csmim Twtllth Otraal
CAIliO, ILLINOIS. WIODKSN DAY, JUNE -7, 1870.
C'hnrnetcr of;ih Hiliir
I Knm the New York Times. 1
ISostox, Jimp . Tim ilfciMitchr that
h.tvcronclnMl this t-ity Intlmatip that an
effort tvili I; made toiinppftf.-li Mulligan's
testimony in the lllainc investigation are
looked upon hy even lUainc's warmest
friemlii with very littli; lioio or favor, ns
Mulligan as known here as a man of facts
and titfures, clear headed, cool and con
sistent, lie Is a man who cannot be
bribed, bulliedor broken down, lie is
known In business circle here us one of
the best and most accurate accountants
in the rlty, a methodical nnd accurate
look keeper. He was iirst connected
wilh Mr. Fisher when the latter was in
the sugar reliiiitijf business with Adams,
lie had licfore been book keeper lor Kbon
Stan wood. When Pithcr retired from
the fingar relinery partnership Mr.
-Mulligan continued with him, and
probably is even better acquainted
with Mr. Fisher's railway transaction
than himself, having kept all the records
and track of all the paers and docu
merits. After Mr. Fisher's failure ho
went with Mr. Cheney iu the Globe thea
ter. Mr. Cheney is a brother-in-law of
Finht-r, and Mulligan for some white at
tended to the business of both. Mulligan
is a bachelor, has lcen iu this country
many years, and stands well in this com
uuiiiity. "II Mulligan was my book
keeper, and fdiauld say that his figures
showed that I had leen in the Fort
Smith and Little Kock pool, I'd U lleve
him," said a well-known jeritli-inen to
your correspondent. '"You can't explain
away .Mulligans liirures. 1 hat memo
randum hook of his is as eood as the gos
pel." He is worth considerable monev,
and has always been a trustworthy man
in his business transactions. If his tes
timony can not he broken down any
other way than by impeachment, it will
hardly l broken down at all.
The hardest blow that Mr. Iilaine has
received, in the estimation of I'.oston. i-s
the positive statement of Mulligan. It is
well know that nearly all the wires that
were used to tfive life to the enterprises
were originally touched irorn lio.stou
I'he Little Koek and Fort Smith eoiiiliin
at ion was almost entirely located here,
and the big brain ol Josiuh Caldwell,
hn-h operated at lightnings-peed, seems
to have eoiuvived it. Caldwell tir.t
made a fortune in the clothing business.
and after retiring from that he turned his
mind to coal, and made another "pilc'i
He, after a time, got into the Mammoth
Coal company, which was a big bonanza,
and his IJeacon street Inends went with
him. But in time it collapsed, and car
ried down with it some of the ocrator.,
The Fort Smith and Little Hoek iool
embraced well-known Uostonlans. and
went on swimmingly until a sijueeze
came. I aldwell Is now abroad working
on another "big contract,"and is liable at
my moment to turn up with a big fortune
He is a man of tremendous energy, fer
tility ol resource, and speculative ability.
ami recognizing these qualifications
many of his business friends followed his
lead blindly. Several ot them have had
their lingers burucd to the tune of thous
ands. A bank president stated to-day
that until Caldwell went to Kurope he
had not known that there was anything
loose In his speculations, lie had ad
vanced Caldwell money on his elegant
unlinished mansion on Marlborough
street, which is now a monument ot de
cay, and was compelled to buy It in to
save himself lrom losing all through a
forced sale under a lirst mortgage held
by another bank. This gentleman, who
U a director in the Union PacHic, asserts
that he never kuew anything of the trans
actions oi Caldwell and Blaine, and never
heard of the transfer ol the Little Kock
and Fort Smith bonds to Tom Scott un
til Harrison, of Indianapolis, made hi3
statement, lie then asked ltollins. of
New Hampshire, if it was true that he
(Uollius) knew of this, and said that the
publication of Harrison's story would
kill Blaine, and was told that probably
such a statement was made.
From the Ronton Journal, Rep.
Mr. Mulligan, the treasurer of the
Globe Theater, who testified before the
Congressional committee yesterday, re
lative to Mr. Blaine's bond transactions,
is considered in this community a care
ful and discreet person; methodical and
dear-headed in business transactions, a
decisive yet rather unassuming individ
ual, who looks sharp after money mat
ters, aud who is the last man that would
draw upon his Imagination for his fact.
Unless Air. Mulligan's trie' ids wholly
mistake his character, he t!.X's not he
long to the class of sensational witnesses.
Wo will pay no hills contracted hy any
einj)lo3'o of Thk Ui llktin, unless th
same is made on a written ouier signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany, and wo will accent no orders given
hy an employe of the company, for any
C'AIIIO lil LI KTIN ( OMPAXY.
Novemlicr iu. 175. ti
Lvon's ivATiuiitoN makes lx-autilul
ulossy. luxuriant hair: ircvcnts its fall
ing out or turning gray. It hasktoodthe
tst of 40 y cars, is chariuiiigly MTluiiied
aud lias no rival. J-io-tkVwly
1 1 AC an's M Aci.Noi.i a It a im preserves and
restores tne eoiiiiilexlon ; removes neck-
les, tan aud sallowness ; makes the skin
soli, white and delicate. Its application
cannot uouctecicu. a lo-aAwiy.
City National Bank
W. V MALM HAY. l'Piii.l.nt.
1IKNIIV I.. IIAI.I-IIIA V, Vi.rcl'rtet.
A H. SAr'KOIUi, t'4nhirr
WAl.TUt IIYoLol. Ass'tCaohUr.
f. STAATB TaVLOH, I!. II. Cl'MHIXotlAM,
Jl L. llALLlDAY, AV. I'. ItALI.IUAV,
U. I). Wll.LIAMl!. SvEriie IHltU,
A . I;. SArroci),
Exchange, Coin and United States
.uoncis liougnt and Sold.
TJKI'OSITS rwwlvcd and a Rpncral banUns,
uhbi in an ij'iit.
r" llrom, Pnwidotit. II. WcIIh, f'jisliii-r
I'. -Vi fl. Vice l'l-esX X. J. Kirth, Aast. ' Of li'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street,
K. lirofH. t'uiro. win l.h.lr.
I'. N U. .uiri. Win. Wiiiii.'i'...r.'
A . SiirttiikM.Cniro. U.I.. UiliinU-y , vt lsn
K. Ilml. r, Cairo II . Wt-IN, I nit...
Jl. llnuLiiuiii, M. I.oniH,
. Uriiptnl llankltia; ItiiHliirsi, Hour.
rTKxhansn-Hold and ImHfc'lit. Intnwt imi.l
li tin- Suvinici Id i.'iriiiiini .. 1 1 .... i ..... ...!..
ml all h'miiiwm )n.iiii. ly alti'ii.li-.l to. '
CHARTERED MARCH 21, I860
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. II SAKKOttU, l'rMiileiit.
S 8 TAVI.OIt, Vice lif-nidi-ut.
W . U KLOl', Sec'V aud Xivtwun r.
I'.W HARd.AT. ClIAS. GAMGIIKK,
r.M. .TDiiiiLk.ru. 1-Aii. i; s.i.i
II. 11. CtMMNOHAM, II . L. HALL1DAY.
J. M. ruiLLiia.
r NTEREST jiaiil on ilcimfits at the rutc ol s
in i -iu i" an mini, miirrn ihi anil Sept.-m
i i. iiiu nul no! nitliilruu ii ia ml.i...i u
liuti-ly to tlie priiK'iiml of I he lirooxiLM. ih.
fivina; tlifin coiiiuouinl iiitt-ivMt.
Uarriod Women and Children may
uubii, muuuy uua no one
olso can draw it.
Own evur lll'rtliM-wluv frmnl. in l.i i. i.
S J H(unlity I'rvniuK lor savin U'0bit oiilv
rom B to B o'clock. .
W. UYSLOP. Treasurer
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Ordora for Coal bv the Mir.lnnH
t,OD, or in hogsheads, for shipment
?romptlv attended to.
HayTo larso constimcra and all
manufacturers, we are nronArorl
to supply any quantity, by the
uuiiiu or year, at umiorm rates.
CAIKO CITY COAL COMPANY.
1-lIallMay Itro.'s office. No. 70 UiiioLevfe.
"Jlaliuliiy Bro ' Wluirt'Uout.
hit KKl'tia Mills, or
rAt tlte Coul iluiuu. loot of Tiiiilv-I- iirh
UTPost OQIcs Drawer. Sim.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial
AJvatices made on I'onsuriniiMit. Al.
Urai tK of Titles made, l 'eiiveyunees and
Collections attended to.
ATTKNTJON TO I'.ININKSs; AM)
ruuM rr uk.m ittanckS.
Auction Sales Kvery Saturday
Wholcuble and lie tall Putters iu
Foreien and Domestic
uii:s or am iii.iN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSKf . SMYTH A CO. bava ronbUi.Uy
a lartis slock of Uis Ul s;ooli in Uiv iiwr
kcl, auj tiivewoiwlal allruliou to ILm Mliuluutls
raucli of Uis busilnKA.
Drs. MITCHELL St BRIQ1TAM,
T"t:tiixs iiil atlitiliou triivu to KiiiKcrv uml
lUs liralluml ol LtiruUlO l'IM.:eJ. L-M lU.
I TTT. tT7n r? n rv cr n m
Wo havo a Large Stock of the following Oils in store, in prime order.
which wo otter to the Trade very Low : ruer,
Water White "ARGAND"
175 Fire Test.
ELAINE 7he Family Safeuard !
75 Ohio Levee.
QUOTATIONS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
GILES, BRO. & CO.
"OS. 266 & 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
WE AUK Sl'Kt lAL AGKNTS FOU
AMI 1IAVK A FULL STOCK OF
AM) AN' KMH.INS VAIIIKTV OF
I .ui lies' Fmel.oM Walt'ln- ,
I 1. 1 Mien 1 l.u. MS.
t.ol.l J until
I i.ilil .Nei k I'lniiiiii,
Silver en I I I.UIIH,
'I hIiU; ( iisliird,
Nut l'i. 1)1,
li.. 1. 1 ttnt. il Key:!,
I iii".il Si U mi.l KitiiT4,
lirnii.e I tiuunisiita,
'1 in Set-i,
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
CJ-llvoryoiie veiling LJIICAtiO olioiiM call at
i hi) ClieaK.-.t i'ru't.i u our Motto.
Cigars ! Cigora I Cigars I
Wholesale and detail Prices !
Fully alive to tue demand of Uie times, propoNes to put liU
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OP
CD I H GH
At pri. es that will compare with the decline
War to a
And inorOOf Of thO fact would
Public to the following prices: Connecticut Seed from 2 to 3 cents:
faced and Havanna, 4, 5 and 0 cents; Koy West Havanna. 8 to 10 cents;
and imported Havanna 15 cents each. lie means business, and will
at oven those low prices, make a fair living profit.
His light expenses enables him to give the publio tho benefit of those
low prices, and in return solicits their patronage.
Smoking and Chowing tobacco, and Smokersarticles of all descrip
tions, constantly on hand, and will be sold correspondingly low.
102 Commerial Ave. 2d
Are Tou Going to Faint?
THEN USE MILLER BROS'
Ues.lv f..r use in White, sml over One Hundred Different Colors, made of slrieily prime
U Inie l.ru.l, .inc unj I inw-eil OiLChaiuietilly eoiulilm J, wnrimite.1 Much Hand aouier and
Cheaper, au-l to lst T It K AS 1.1. NU us auv ether Mtint. It luu lukeu the s- li at i'l-viuiuiua Ml
I weul y Male run. ul Uio Uuiou, uutl u on nmnv tiu.iiniil ot'Uie lliiel liouneii iu Ibeeoiintrn.
riiict: iikpi c i:i,HjtMi'i.K rsmi hk.m uttt.
ONLY S1.25 A YEAR.
- - 110 Fire Test.
130 Fire Test.
50 Fire Test.
t offee I'rns,
t ll. Hll.l (il.l)l. t i,
silver l lllllil.lrH,
I. ul. I liekuls.
Ice I'Ui llem,
Hxra ilu.iw, Ac
our eMtalilishmi'ut Hint examine our ISikmIjI
Al I HC I $3
in othsr artlcloa, in other words will put
iroiu iuo oiu
ea.ll tha Rtf Antinn rt rlirt fimnlrino
Door Above Sixth Street.
iffiin in me iiueni mninea m ineeountr
ai bi. ciair St., Cleveland, Ohio.
prices invcsan suit the mil
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Room and Board. .Id floor 2 .00 Per Day
Sp.olal Rat., by Waak or Mo.tfc.
A liniltoil numlwr of rrv .i,:-.i ..
rn..m rn Ih Hi.r.,l ... .,.'",.,"'" r'.Hm"t
.Summer ni..nih. .a,cs i.ruu
liiild in cairn.
I... i : . . . : . .
rMliiciion in rici, the ihM,.
"T'V.'T. "y Kii.ili with UwwVUvt
ol cvcrytliiii Hmt ran be ,m,
r i lie lurtrr Kiuiiilt- riHmn for
nl in nmrkct .
rim. An J..Tn..i'M . .1 J" . " I V" rtmiiwv-
fciliu ""ii'i iiiMir, inTOI ciiav
tlir'imti 7.7. " "",! nianutrom
a r A II tirnr li-mipm..!.......
llunil rliin irp.
JKW fcTT ti ll.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very CJoao.
Corner 19th St. and Commercial A,
C 0. PATIER & CO.
The Gamble Wagon
MANUFACTUItKD II Y
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
rHCSEBT and CHEAPEST WAGON MAM
MANUPACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
SIXTH STREET. Botwoen OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
manufactures his own Horse Shoes and
ctut Assure UooU Work.
0 PATRONAGE SOLICITED
THS NATIONAL CENTENNIAL Mil
THK ONLY DI1CECT UUTK T(
'y this Line raMHeiigrera urn I.Hnileil at
t'eutenuiitl tirouiuU, or ut Hroml uml l'ine
MreeU, iu viciuily ol tlie Io.liii(f hotels in
rlilludeluliirt. hh Ihev nmv nrei'i r ll..l.l..r ,.r
CAN STOP Orr ATTIIK
Ami viHit the ;oernmeiit Ituihliiiiri). ami the
Itsny ol.jivlH ol'inler-U) in aii.l uliout Washinir
tou City. '1 ruvelera Uenii inj;
A Speed, Pie::i:l, a:i Coafortiblt Trip,
bhoul.l reim inlier that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R..
In LelelimleU for its
Elejrant CoacheB.Splendid Hotels, Grand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley
Bcenery.and tne many points of
Ilistorio Interest Aloiiir
rirc Till ALWAYS i u LOW
As h Aaj Other List
PULLMAN PALACE CAIIS
rti twiru lite
Principal western ::1 listers Cities.
IjOlt TUHOUU1I TKKKTS. HAtililJAriK
f theckH, Movement of 'I tsius, Meeiiiiii; t 'sr
AneuiuiiMklutionH, eU., ni.i.ly at fi.ket
UlUws at alt 1'rim id Voinu, ' 1
NOBTK, SOUTH, EAST OH WEST.
E. It. IHiUSfcV,
Aits'lUea'iTii ket Afc't.
I HM. Y, I1AIIKV,
Western t'lMaeutfe rAg-t.
h. U. COLK,
lieu'l Ticket Ant.
TIKW. K. .SUAKP,
VaUT off rsu '
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T O. XXolas,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldius;. Cor. Twelfth treat
an4 WaaiUogton Avmim,
rfComitT aad Bilros.lWi.ik;a BKcialtT