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Room and Board, 1st and' 2d
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 187G.
leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol In
KepttUlcan party, and reluse to be tram
tr.ellej i the dictation ol any clique In the
It bciteve that tie KepuMivan patty hat
tiliUled lU uil!on, aud tbat the i)ccuo
i ratio party as now organized iboulu It re
tored to owe.
It be'.ivj tba Kvlieal tyranny tbat b
tor several year o;red tbe ."-outi
should be overthrown and tbe people ft (j'
Kmithcrn State penuitud to runtrol tbeic
own affairs. ""
It bullevjs tbat railroad corporation '
should bo prohibited by legis'atlve eracti
menu from extorting aud unjuHly ds..nra-
iuatlngla their Cu.lues UansacUons wIlV
It rec.O;;uis (be equality ."ol a men
fore the law.
It a1vocets frca euraiijsne Urlfl lo:
ad focal! resumption of tj.eite ;iy-
luent, and luincst payment ol the public
It advocate economy in lb Iji.itLUa-
ttoa of public aflnlrf
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litical, Foreign and General News, and en
deavor to please all tastes and interest ah
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subscribers lor tbe low price of
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iu the Wekt, aud is a pleading Firenia
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot lail to lee tbe t-laled Induce
incuts oUered by The Bulletin In tbe way
of cheap and profitable advtrtlseiuente.
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73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Bask Building, op-stairs.
Tbe Oldest Established Atrency In Bout
era uueols, representing owtr
PAIWT AMD OUJa.
Slake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
" Dealer 'a
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
now unaacs, ezc.
Hirers on hand, the crlcbratial Jllununatln
Corner Eleventh Street and W&ahlcg
BOX and BASKET CO
All klnils bard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &c
Mill and Yard.
Corner Tliirty-Fourth Street and
Ho M) Ohio Levi.
STB ACTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SFKH AI, att.'titioi clvfn to consignments and
EJ&A11 for $1.00.
Tn .-leKnnt sliwtH of hoice slupie arnineed
lor the I'iuuo Kurtrwill l.t nt by mail on re-
ceipt ol'out- dollar, (iosl jjuiJ) or shife'le copies
at I "' crul. raWi.
They i'hd alio I ODleml tliroiiifb any news
deal in the I lilted Mu-.
llniiidi r dars Inntrumeutal Tom Ttrown
H by ran I not Kutx't-l ( hml.le
Ki Vr tlie VVdves Mnylaili
lli!h Lilu Walta Mruuaa
li n where the Violets Grow Western
When Old -ir ksou hud hi. 1U7 Wrnlrrne
The (.rami old Karm Jtublee
The t)l!eire Quick. ten Xtothlaid
There', a letter iu the Candle Coote
Do you Ueally Think ha lu t?
Address orders to lienj.W. Uitchrock, Pub
luher.-. ''' Third Avenue N. Y. tf--dow.
THE EKEfflY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la the Gi-kimI Old
Which has stood the test of 40
There is no tore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it wm not uura, no
Ache, no Fain, thut Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magio toucn.
A. Dome costiDK 2oc,, owo. or 9
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
useiumess uany a vsuuaoiw
Great Letter-Stealer in
Old Role of Bully.
Hew He Boxed Tarbox's Congressional Ears.
In is Ufnvrnt
A peciid to the Chicago TIiijch describe
lilaine'N conteft With Mr. Tarbox, of Iaia
cliu'ctt", as follows:
HOW TAM BOX LH(KS.
WAgnixtJTON, June 8.Tarbox, ol Mas-
acliusettj, is a classic-looking Yankee, with
coal-black hair and eves, and a -student
manner tbnt reminds the Moiiee of a college
profe. r. Ho hut a stronj? llfoniuit me
tallic veriee, and when excited It fall Into
Tibratory treimilo, not tinlike ancient ftage
utterences. He felt called tlpon, Turbox
did, to avenge tbe injured honor of the
IIu-e, to repel the Iilainc Indictment agaimt
the judiciary committee, and to do it be re
surrected fdlL'htin nllUMon to himself in
the outlet of Miuiue's remarks nsthe intpir-
lug cause ol bis speechifying. Liiitrti'ting
the level ol Tarbox's head, the more wary
Iiemocrats cautioned him to
MET IU.AINF. AI.ONE,
and heir stirli D)i(ortttnes as were put
upon him rather tban invito deeper humili
ation, but such an opportunity of thnis .ing
liinmelf into the yawning mouth of lame
wan too Irre-ittible to the sentimental
Yankee. He prepared himself by a thhi's
reading of Wbately's Logic, Addison on
Stj le, and otner elegant aid to composi
tion, and to-day waited with conspicuously
assured composure for his cliaoce t the
redoubtable Iilainc. In f-pite of the pro
tcsU of Judge I-ord, who wag tot only di-
tnut I ul of Tarbox's venture, but doirous
to puh thj (ieneva award bushiest to a
c (ticluMon, Tarbox gained the fatal privi
lege of attacking iilainc. His remarks
WKI.L KSOI OII IN TUIER WAV,
but they covered too much (;rouud, and
growing tedious, distracted tbe attendance
aud interest ol the House. Iilainc, who had
gone over 011 the Democratic ude to hear
what had been ht-raldcd as his death war
rant, eat out a third of It, and
then ostentatiously returned to his
own seat. Tarbox's business was
xv .n simply to deny nn utterly immaterial
allusion tuude by Blaine as to the instigation
of the resolution under which the Harrison
charge has been under investigation. Los
ing sight of this, he proceeded to declaim
on morality, honor, and tbe like, winding
up with a detente of the judiciary com"
mtttee's action, for which the group ol
i.wjprj f,n that body did not thank him at
all. Iilainc, as it disdaining metal so lceble,
delegated the ropoiise to his colleague,
i'rye, of Maine, who, having pointed otit
same errors ol inference and statement in
TAKHOX'd VKKSIOX OK THE INTERVIEW,
I rocceded to recall the celebrated speech
theft of list winter, in which Tarbox
played the part of receiver. This cut
cruelty, lor, though Tarbox bad no hund in
the work of obtaining the speech, be could
not very well deny uing it and seeming to
encourage such a practice. Having brought
lnutU-M to thl staje, Maine assumed bin
part and broke in. Turbox had held his
own with Frye, but po soon ai the veteran
vituperitor beean, be broki down, und
thunders of applaue breaking from the
galleries attested bow the in 11 carries
evety thing before him. He treating back in
the aisle, so that bit own people could see
his face, Maine proceeded to comment on the
conduct ol a man who appeared on the
tloor a a mentor, guilty of an action which
was no more nor less than taking his watch.
The Mouse listened
IN HKEArHI.E8: SUBl'IUSK.
Tarbox shook as if palsied. Some of bis
friends bUsed, while a storm of cheers and
applause broke from the cttire Kepublican
side and was re-eeboed in tbe galleries.
Never,' taid Blaine, fold'ng his arms,
throwing back his head and glancing about
witb superlative scorn, "have I recognized
the gentleman since the day this dishonor
was made known to me." It sounds tame
enough to write or read, but in a ful'
house, with the tumultuous passions o
partiau.bip aroused to their keenest ten
sion, it would create un almost thrilling
suspense. What would the victim say f
AVbat could he say? He said nothing.
Tarbox thus crushed, the in-olent victor
proceeded to a more sweeping conquest
He called lor the consideration of bis mo
tion of yesterday to reconsider Hunton's
order to publish the testimony thus far
taken iu the $01,00) bond investigation.
The Democrat were determined thut
IIY FAIR MEANS OK FOIL
lie should be silenced, un 1 though General
Hunton chcerlully acceded to Blaine's
a ncudmcut that the Caldwell dispatch and
th.i extraordinary scene in yesterday's committee-session
should, bo printed, objection
wai made. In the tumult it could not be dis.
covered who had thus ungraciously inter
posed after the only person concerned had
consented. Maine, cried out promptly,
" SUiidup and let us see who has objected."
Thus compelled, Southard, of Ohio, arose
very contused aud shumo-faced, und iu te.
spouse to Blaine's satirical Inquiry as to the
cause of his objection, he said that he ob
jected because the mutter referred to was
not testimony. The galleries responded
with an audible expression of disgust, and
hNAITING II IS ITM.EHS DIHOAINIT LLY,
turced to the chair to demand his rights
expounding law at the same time. Under
the rule he claimed and by the concurrent
judgmmt of tbe parliamentarians ol the
IIouso ho had the tight to the floor on s
re.onsiduration motion, which is defined by
.the manual as the highest form of privt
lego. Cox, however, who is alwaya equal
to the most preposterous ruling, Ut Uluiua
seize the honors of persecution byiuluig
squarely against the law and the precedents,
It was Springer, however, who hat of Itto
Democratic side, who blocked Blaine's
nonsense. If he hid not rien to question
Blaine's light to the floor, no one would
have questioned It. A the day ended
Blaine sdll hcldi the rod over the House,
rince by Cox's ruling be has the right to
the floor whenever bo chooca to arise to
the point, wbon no other subject Is up.
This Is all inconsequent in it'elf, but it
THS Ht.M.t LAR row Kit THH MAN HAS
upon tbe nouse, since with only moderate
management 0 the part of the Democrat!',
he could be checked In every case before
his most effective points are tnide. Having
won the battle in the Honc, Blaine prO
ceeded to the committee-room and planting
himself to tbe left of General Hunton
calmly resumed bis usual audacious onset
Upon the witnesses and forares upon the
;ommittee. There happened to be but
little testimony of consequence, and at C
o'clock the scene endel.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,00
W. P HALMDAY, President.
HK.NRV L. HALLIDAV, Vice Prcsl.
A M ftAFFOKD, Cfthlcr,
WALTi.il HYSIAIF. AsS't Cashier.
II RECTORsi I
S. STAATS TATLOK, It IT. CrVMWORAJI,
II I. Hallidat, vv. I'. IlALMDAT,
O. L. Wiluahsoh. Stufh Iukd,
A. B. SArroKO.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
Nea", Vice I'res't.
H. Wells, Cashier. '
T. J. Kertb, Asst. adh'r
Corner Commercial Ave. aad 8th Street,
. CAIRO, IZjIjS.
K liros, Cairo. Wm. KlUKe, Cairo.
P. N 1 0', Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo. 4
A . SiiMtnlta, Cairo, it. L. liilliuriky, t IxmU.
t. liuder, Cairo. H. Wella, Cairx.
t, 11. Urinkman, sju Louis,
t tivnciHl UnukinK Uunlnewa) Ihme.
tt"Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid
n the slaving Depurtment. CoTtections made,
nd all buMuens roni'tly att. n.le.J to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
:AVLOIt, Vice 1'residei
W. llVSLOP, SHjc'vand TreaBurer.
P.W. Bakclat, Cuas. Galigiiir,
r. M. STOcarLSTU, - t'Aixt. Nai H,
tl. 11. CtnoiNuiiAM, 11. L. ILalliday,
J. M. Phillips.
MEREST paid on deposits at the rate of s
per cent ier annum, .Marrh 1st ami Santera
er 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added i in rue
liatelv to the principal of the deposits, thereby
riving them compound interest.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit money ana no one
else can draw it.
0en every busings day from 9a.m. to !l p.m.
a4 Saturilay eveninzs for savinirs deiiosits only
roul 6 to 6 o'clock
W. SYSLOF. Treasurer.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Foreign end Domestic
WINES OF KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSSF. PMYTH A CO. have constantly
a large stock ol the best poods in me mar
ket, aud give especial attention to tbe wholuaalt
ranch ol the uuaineaa.
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters fur Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
, AXl OTIIEB l'UOlifCK.
6ft, 70 mid 7'J Ylue Mret. Ol.. O
J. w. uiTcniLi. u. p. n. a. aaionAu, u. p
Era. MITCHELL ti BRIGHAM,
rfEsMclal atteatloa Wea to Knrfery and
We have a Large Stock of the following Oils in store, in prime order,
wmcn ww oner to
Me imp imw
150 Fire Test.
Water White "AEGrAND"
175 Fire Test.
ELAINE The Family Safeguard!
75 Ohio Levee.
QUOTATIONS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
i : .: NOS. 266 & 263 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
WE ARE SPECIAL AGENTS FOIt
AMI I1AVK A KI LL STOCK OF
AMI AN KXDLK.SS YARIKTV OF
I Jul ies Fine twilil Watches,
uoiu un Junius,
liolil Nci-k Chniu,
si!ver Vest Chaius,
i.olil Toolli I'li ll,
UoM NValch Keys,
Coral hels aud ltinfrs,
Tea Si ts,
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
als and Tools
KJ-F.Ttry one visitlny CHICAGO should call at
rs : cigars : wigars i
Wholesale and Retail Prices !
Fully alive to the demand of tha tunes, proposes to put his
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OP
CD I U I CK-
i i I
At prices that will compare with the decline
War to a
. r i. r. 1 A
Public to the following prices:
and imported Havanna 15 cents each. He means business, and will
at even these low prices, make a fair living profit.
ilia ngnt expenses enuoiwa m a iubho uu.v m wuuv
lew prices, and in return solicits their patronage. .....
Smoking and Chewing tobacco, and Smokers' articles of all discyip
tions, constantly on hand, and will be sold correspondingly low.
102 Commerial Ave. 2d Door Above Sixth Street,
Are ITou Going to Piaint?
iIpaA TJirTrnt Colora. matle of StrictW nril
Wiilu. Lead. Zinc and l.ii.-eed Oil, Chemically eoiubiucd. wan-anled Much Handsomer aud
Cheaper and to lal TW ICK AS LUNG as auv other paint. It ha taken the f ir.l fnmiuiu at
rweuli'lite Fairs ol' the Union, and l"is4,hn,',4r
Address, TTT fT " BXl-O TXZ 7EHJ&,
pricks Rtui ctu,AMri.K cri best iHKt. 31 St. Clair St., Cleveland, Ohio.
III J 1 1. I 1 "
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
me xraae very Liow :
- - 110 Fire Test.
- -130 Fire Test.
sij ni)i Dishes,
. lips and Goblets,
Opera Glasses, At
our establi.hment and examine our Goods"
I jQ. ! U3C I
In other articles, in other word will put
Ironi the old
nail tl a ntfontion of the) Smolrincr
Connecticut Seed from 2 to 3 cents;
' -' - .- - - -
Floors, $2 50 per Day. i
Room and Board. 3d Floor $2 .00 far Bay
Special Rates by Week er Ifaatk
- : ", " iranw laoinj
- - iui un
The ft. Charles is the larimt and best anaelnt
ed House In Southern Illinois, Bail la the leadiaa
niFiei in vairo. .soi m n.ianlins; tne "Bee
Rock" rednction lc pricea, the table will, a
usual, tss lilierally ii.plie. with the ery best
of erervthiiiK Hint can I fonnd in market.
r me lare aainpie rooms for commercial trar
elera, on (troniut floor, free of charge .
tT"AII liniraifrt gumts conreved to and Iron
the hotel without charge
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial At,
C. O. PATIER & CO.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE. .
IH BEST and CHEAPEST W440K KAX
MAN UP ACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
HORSE SHOER, .
SIXTH STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures tie ewn Horee Shoes and
can Aesure Oood Work.
the miom mitmi imi
BALTIMORE AKD 0EI0 UMLKOil!
THE ONLY DIltECT ROUTE TO
By this Line Paaeenfere are Lassdeel at
Centennial Grounds, or al Broad and rise
rJtrecta, iu viriuity ol the Leading- hotels In
rbiladelphia, as they Baaypreftr. Holders ef
CAV STOP OIT AT THE
And risk tbe Covernment Buildinare, and tbe
n-auy objeels of interests in and about Washing
ton City. Travelers desii injr
k Spjf.j, Plsisist, ul CeafcrtiUt Trip,
Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
Is Celebrated for its
Xlesrant Coaohes.Splendid Hotels, Orand
and Beautiful Mountain and Valley
scenery, ana us many paints at .
Historic Interest Alons;
fue till ALWAYS bi u LOW
As i Aaj Otto Liu
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Itun TUruusa . .
WITHOUT CHAN OX
Principal vesiira nl lixim Ciiici.
I7tR TUItOlcn TICKETS, H ACiCOAGE
J? i hei'ks, Movement ol 'I rains, leeuioj; Car
Aocoiniiiolatioiis. Ac. Ae... auoly at Ticket
Unices al all 1'rincipal 1'oiuls,
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST OX WEST.
L. M. COLE,
Uea'l Ticket At.
TIMS. R. fHARr,
Master ef Traap'
Ass'ICien'1 Ticket Agt.
flllW. P. BAHKV,
Western l'aseus;e rAjft.
Dealer in Fresh Heats
Between Washinartoa and Oosasaeeelal
' Ayenaee, adjoint Hansy's.
KEEPS for salt tlx best tiff, rera. tVitaetj
Veal. Lamb, taueea, e . Mil N
nrwaj U tsm laBiiltaa w ea aeasaialile ae tf
blossomed into the parliamentarian on tba
ua ireaimcui ut vurvniv 4-ww.