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VOL. 8. . u
Leading Journal of Southern
3 AFFORD, ZIOIIIIIS
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, JUNE
I . . '. ' I : - ' '
..- EBAIiCK. (J 1
b. f. FAmrr.n.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
"Will steadfastly oppose the pnllcle oj In
iHepuhllcan party, and reluM to bn tram
nelled t the dlcUttoaof any clique 1b the
It believes that the Uepublicaa party aaa
ulillled lu mission, and that the Dsmo-
t retle party u bow orgaaiaad should be re-
to red to power.
It believes the Radlonl tyranny that a
?lpr several years oppressed the South
whould bo overthrown and the people cl ibe
.Southern States permitted to control thou
Vail Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow Shadas, etc.
Always a hand, the eelebratad flluaiilaatlB
Oornar Xleventh Stroet and Waahinn
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds hart and soft.)
FLOORING, 8IDING, LATH, &0.
Kill sued Tarsi.
-orner Thirty-Fourth 8 tract and
, Ohio Levee.
It believes that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by legislative reacts
meats from extorting aad unjustly dssenm-
Snatingia their buflaeas traBaaotlons with I No so Ohio Lever.
A BHYst Off TEI COMIIITTBjVKOOIC.
IFrom the New Tork Tribune.
Says Mr. Blaine to Mr. Knott
" You cannot me deceive
You dare, Knott, swear you did not,
A telegram receive !
" From Mr. Caldwell did it come,
Now do not Knott deny.
Oh, say not, Knott, you got It not,
For 'twould, Kaott, be a lie P
8aysKnott: "1 will not aow confess,
Nor will 1 not deny,
Some day I will this knot unknot,
And wlU you aotUy."
The fiery Blaine broke out In wrath,
No chill Blaine, sure, was he I
Bays be : "I will not, Knott, permit
Such naughty trickery !"
Says Knott : " You are before the board,
And bored we won't be here."
Says Biaine : " I mean that board to plane,
And make knots disappear."
Then Kaott of pistols loud did Ulk,
And called too members fools,
And geese, and snakes ; but kept within
The parliamentary rules !
Then Blaine retired, with victory Hushed,
Kor well he'd played his role.
But not so Knott. lie felt that he
Could crawl through a knot-hole.
Hagak's Magnolia Balm Prcwrves a.l
restores the complexion ; remove freck
les, tan anil sallowness ; makes the skin
soft, white and delicate. Its application
an not be detected. 3-10-dAwly.
Young Clerk Made Rich by
It recognizes toe equality Jel a men
lore the law.
It advocates free commerce tariff for
advocates resumption of specie pay.
truent, and honest payment of the public
It advocates economy la the daxiol.tra
llon of public aflatrs
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Bulletin will publish all the local news
f Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign and Qeneral News, and en
deavor to please all tastes and interest ah
Is a thirty-two column paper, furnished to
ubscribers for the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
l'oatage prepaid. It is the cheapest papa
So the West, aad is a pleasing Firesid
VUitor and Family Companion.
Onnot fail to sea the fcvaled ladutt
ments offered by The Bulletin la the way
of cheap and profitable advertisements.
AOBNTS AJtEHICAN POWDEB 00
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
He. 76 OHIO LEVEE. '
SPECIAL attsotlei gives to consignments and
Ten elegant sheets of Choice Muale arranged
ior Uie I'tano Forte will be sent by iiutll on re
ceipt of one dollar, (post paid) or .ingle copies
at 15 cents each.
They can alao be ordered through any news
dcale la the lotted State.
Happier days Intru men Lai -...-..Torn Brown
M'by can 1 not iurgut clarible
Far O'er the Waves ........ W.yUta
High Life Waltx ... htruuss
Duvi where the Violets Grow . Wettterne
When Old Jit k hob had hi lmy ....... Wenterne
The UraDd Old fum , ..MM. .u-..Uuble
The CoUege Quickstep ...Stoddard
There's LetUa to the Candle.... CMtt
lo you Iteally Think be lidY
Addreas orders to UenJ . W . Hitchcock, Tab
lUberb. -5 Third Avenue S.J. -sd6m. .
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE TOE OP PAIN
TO ZXAIT AITD BEAST
la the eraad Old
Which hag atood the test of 40
rhare ig no tore it will not Heal,
no Lameneaa it will not Cure, no
A.ohe. no Vain, that Afflicts the Hu
man bodyor the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magic iouoh.
A. bottle costing 2fic, oOo. orll
bas often aared the life of a Human
eing. and Restored to Life and
How Poverty is Zavokadby Spendthrifts.
From the Xew York Evening Post.
A young man, a clerk In one of the Wall
street moneyed institutions, applied to one
of our diHtinguiohed merchants, who is a
director, and asked him for his influence to
get his salary raised.
The menAant said to him : " Dow much
is your salary now?" ".Twelve hundred
aoiiarn," was the answer.
Question. Ilow much do you save a
year? Answer. Not one dollar; with a
wif and two children I can only just make
Dotn ends meet.
J. What S don't save anything? A. No
sir; i can but just exist.
H.l make it a rule to assist no one who
does not save something every year. Xo
matter how small his pay, something should
oe saved. How m.wv cfirars do von nmk
and their cot? A. -Well, some three a
day ; costing, together, about twenty cents,
Q. Do you go to the theatres, and how
orten ; and how many persons do you take
times during thTwlSTertth'my wlfean3
sister, costing, including railroad fare,
say f .JO.
i. Do you drink ardent spirits, wine,
beer, etc.? A. I generally take two glasses
of whisky daily, and sometimes a glass of
ale with my wife at the gardens in the
Q. Did you ssy you cannot save any
thing? while your unnecessary yearly ex
penses for cigars, drinks, and amusements
by your own showing, cannot co-t less than
t200. Until you begin to save, raking your
salary would do you no good. Begin to-day
to save, if only five, feats a day. - Tiy sav
ing six months and report to me the result
At the. end of the time the young man
brought the merchant his expense-book
showing a clear saving of 104 20. ' This in!
dured the merchant to take hint cordially
by the hand down to the institution, and
urge the president to increase bis salary
Irom f 1,200 to $1,500. In another six
months, hi savings amounted to almost
t300. The merchant, to this showing, said
to him:" "Young; man, you are now on
the road to wealth and position. Go dow n
to my brokers and ash them to buy (20,000
worth of such and audi atocks, and I wil'
pay for them and give you the profits."
This young man is now worth some (30,000
all due to the saving of the first f 100.
The merchant, no doubt, is daily made
happy every time he sees the Institution by
the delightful reflection of having saved
this man as well as his family.
There are now hundreds of families in
New York who are highly cultivated, that
do not know where their next meal is com.
ing Irom. Could they have had the advice
of this old merchant, and followed it, they
would now be in afflucuce, not beggary.
Only yesterday a highly respectable lady,
with three young daughters, applied lor
immediate assistance to buy bread, iler
husband had recently died, after enjoying
a salary for some twenty years ot from
92.500 to $3,000, without having saved any.
thing. The practical result of this case is,
that this lady has for twenty years secured
every luxury within her reach, while I am
indebted for all I now have to the denial of
luxuries for myself aad family, and am now
asked to help to support her out of my sav
ings, such as she would not make for her
elf. With her present views ol economy
he aeei how she could have lived on half
bis salary. Iiad aha dona so, it would
amount to 150,000, the interest of which
would have made herself and her children
independent tor life. Buch cases do not
warmly commend themselves to my charity.
Such peoplo must bo taught by natural laws
that they must save or be liable to starve.
Another caae occurs to me. A young
Ban, recently married, ha put up his car
riage with livery on a salary or $1,000 a
year. One of three things will soon, pro
bably, tollow. Tba carriage will be laid
down, or defalcation will come next, and
ruin or beggary follow. All this reminds
me of the old maxim that uineteen persors
out of every twenty who are now respect
able would not be so If they could get the
means to make themselves otherwise. This
mas with hit carriage on f ,000, Is one of
R. SMYTH Sc CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Bomeitio
WIWES OF AIX KIXDB,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
- CAIBO, ILLS.
MESSES. PtfTTH A CO. have constantly
a larg-e stock of the beat good in Uie mr.
ket, and give enpecial attention to the Wholesale
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for 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.
ALSO, DEAXKR9 VX
Aisu OTUKB PKODCCE.
SB, 70 and 78 Vine Street. OIM o
J. W. MtTCHXLL, M.
a. S. BR1CHAM, X. B
13. 1876. NO. 14
We have a Large Stock of the following Oils in store, in prime order.
. which we offer to the Trade rery Low I
Standard White - 110 Fire Test
Prime White 130 Fire Teat
HI WW '
Room and Board, bt and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Soom and Board, 2d Floor $0.00 Far Bay
Spoeial Ratee by -Week r If eatk.
150 Firo Toot
Drs. MITCHELL & BRIGHAM,
ltF"Especial attention aiven to Surgery and
City National Bank
CAPITA!., - - 1100,00
TV. P. HALUDAY, President.
HENRY L. HALLlbAY, Vice Prest.
A. B. SAFroRU, Cashier.
WALTKK HYSLOP. A&a'l Cashier.
? ?rAA.T Tavxoa, K- H. CrwtHOHAM,
It L. Hallidat, W. P. Ualmdat,
O. It. Williamson. Stiphi jjwd,
A . B. Satpoud.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
T Bro. President. H. Welle, Cahier.
P. "eff. Vioe Pres't T. J. Kerth, Asst. ash'r
mm mn mi
Comer Commercial Ave. and 8th Street,
r. Bross, Cairo. Wm. Kluire, Cairo.
V. SvU, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cuiro.
A . Siihanka, Cairo. R. L. BUlingsley, t. Iuls.
h. Under, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
f. U. Urinknaan, bt. Louis,
i Oesieral BaakJsir Bnsineaa Done.
W-Excbanife sold and bonght. Interest paid
the Savings Department. Collections made,
ana all bu.meaa promptly attendeil to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITT NATIONAL BANK, CAHtO
A. B. SArrottU. Preeident.
8. 8 TAVLOU. Vice President.
W. HYbIP, Seo'T end Treasurer.
P.W. Bakclav, Cuas. Gauoubr,
r. M. 8TOCKXLBTH, PAUL U. 8vHUM,
K. U. CmnfiMOHAM. H. L. Ualuoav,
J. M. PaiLLire.
INTEREST paid on depoeiu at the rate of e
per cent, per annum. March let and 8eptem
Mr 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added iniiue
liately to the principal ot the deposits, thereby
Ji vim thoin oomiMund lu turns t.
tarried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
' Open every busloessday rrom9a.m. to 8 p.m.
ad Saturday eveuinie for savings deposits only
tons 6 to o'clock .
Lyon' a Katuairon make beautiful
lag out or turoliij
test or 40 y ears.
an4 has no rival.
Flossy, luxuriant hair preveuti us tailp
tag out or turuuif gray . ui
ttray. It has stood tba
i charmingly perfumed
I LB. OOttMSL.
W aearkan at., flami
Water White "AUGtAJSTD"
175 Fire Teot.
EUIHE Tbe Family Safeguard!
75 Ohio Levee.
QUOTATIONS FUItNISHED ON APPLICATION.
GILES, BRO.& CO.
Wholaaala and Betail
CTTTlTXrTn.T u . u ca
NOS. 266 4 268 WABASH VE., CHICAGO.
WE ABE SPECIAL AGENTS rOR
AM) HAVE A TVhh STOCK OF
rooms can be secured truoaaMe ratee frthe
The St. Charles is the largest and best aaaatnt.
jdHouse In Southern Illinois, and la ttMkSdiM
i,.ln 5iro Notwlibstanding tho "Bed
Rock" reduction in prkwt, the Stble winTas
njnal.be liberally sullied with the riy beat
of everything thut nt be found in market.
fine Urp ssmple mmi for eomaMrcial txav
tl7L ? ?. P0"1"1 nonr charge.
,fcHT A V b"lr of Kuesta conveyed to aad frees
the hotel without ehsrge.
wmoucsAxn Aim kxtajou.
m THE CITY. ,
Goods Sold Very Clese,
Ooraar lth St. aad Ooaasaarclal At;
C. O. PATIEH ft CO.
The Gamble Wnon
MANUrACTURED BT '
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
IHX BKT and CHZAFIBT WJ001T Riff
"' v r ACTTT&XS ,
JIAHTJPACTOBr, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thtrth-Poarth Street
Indies' Fine Gold Watches,
uom upen i rutins,
Oold Neck Chaius,
Silver Vest Chains,
AND AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF
Diamonds , Coffee Urns ,
Uold Tooth Picks, Syrup Dishes,
tiold Watch Keys, Bpoon Holders,
Coral Beads, Cups and Goblets,
Coral Necklaces, Bracelets,
Coral Stis and Kings, Uold Thimbles,
Bronze Ornaaaents, Silver Thimbles,
Silver Spoons, Gold Lockets,
Tea Sew. Shirt studs.
Ladies' Sets, Heal Rings,
Pearl Seta, Brooches,
Ice Pitchers, Opera Glasses, Ac
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
als and Tools for Jewelers.
Every one visiting CHICAGO should call at our establishment and examine our Goods'
ine cheapest rnoes is our Motto-
! Cigaro I Cigars I
Wholesale and Retail Prices !
Fully alive to the demand of the times, propose to put his
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Btanutaoturaahiaawn Hera Bhoaaaad
can Assure Oood Work.
9 ATRONAGE SOLICITED
CD I II
At prices that will eompura with the decline In other articles, in other words will put
uia jjoous uffwa iroiu ium uio
War to a Peace Basis,
And in proof of the faot would oall the attention of the Smokinsr
Publio to the following prices: Connecticut Seed from 2 to 9 cents;
seea ana iiavanna, , o ana a cents; it.ey west UBysnns, s to 10 cents;
and imported Havanna 15 cents each. He means business, and will
at eren these low prices, make a fair living profit.
His liKht expenses enables him to rire the Dublio the benefit of these
low prices, and in return solicits their patronage.
Smoking and Chewing tobacco, and Smokers' articles of all disorip
tions, constantly on hand, and will be sold correspondingly low.
102 Commerial Ave. 2d Door Above Oixth Street,
AroTou Going to Paiat?
THEN USE XdLLEB BEOS
Remdv for use in White), and over Oaa Hundred TJiffaMat Oalora. made sf strietl nriu
n niie uau, .inc uiu Liawni oii.vubuuuuij cwuiuucu, wsmowi snincn MI1iSTIBtf i
louses iii tbecaMiBtry.
t., CleTeland, Ohio.
id, Zme and I.insred Uil.ChemlcsUljr comblucd, warranted Muoh. Handnmar mmd
Cheaper, aud to last TWICE AS LUNG as anv ether paint. It haa takea the First Pramutams at
iwcutjr ouiiv vaiisv u vows, m m mwy unjuwan pi st .kw mm im iesw
Auuress, lag si, iriat .i.aa
PBICKS REDUCED, 8AMPLI CARD BENT rKKB. 9 1 Bt. CIS IT
0C1LY S5.25 A YEAR.
ths mm '.tmrn mi
THE OMLY DIRECT ROUTE TO . '
WASHINGTON OITY J
By this Line PasuMtsuras sr Landed at
Centennial Grounds, or at Braid n.l riam
Htreeu, in vicinttv ot the Leading hotels hs
Philadelphia, as thef may preftr. H elders ef
CAN STOP OFT AT THE
Anil Vi.it iha nnfminM . 1-. . .t .
autnv ebjeets of Interesu in aad about vTaekiaa
ton City. Travelers Uesliing-
1 S;?i.t, f lsmat, aid Coafsrialili Trip,
Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
Is Celebrated for Its . - -
Xleaant Coaohes,8plendld Hotels, Oramd 1
aad Beautiful Mountain a.ud Valley
Soanary, and the many paints of
Historic Intareet Alflna '
U fcj As; Otto lb
FULLUAK PALACE CAM
Run Thro Ufa
. : Batwera the
IjWR TUROCGH TICKETS. BAGGGAGE
OaUocs at aU Principal 1'eiaU,
i bsrks. Uovmiml mi Traiaa. ru
Aecoaaavatteiioaa, ..., apply at Ticks
2TOB.TB, 80VTK. BAST OA WX5X
S. K. DOKSET, - i
Asa'tUea'l Ticks Aft.
rilO. P, BARKY,
Western Paaseaae rA;t
L. U. COUB.
Gaa'l Ticket Afit.
TUOfl. B. StfAUP,
Vaster of Praaa'
, BUTCHER ;;
Dealer in Frch Ilcata
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