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CAIRO, ILLINOIS .
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Omo, BilltJja. Z3u.nU.xia-. Cimd Twelfth St ui "rrr'--,-' TI-ti jLvamaa.
VOL? 8 CAIRO, ILLINOia SATURDAY. AUGUST 2 G, 1 87 G. NO. 210.
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At the nn.Lrrw Offitv. Cairo, Illinois
Your House Needs
Not only became it look dingy and rusty, but for the mr important nun tbat it
want protection from the weather. With tbii Paint, FOR A SMALL BUM,
you can 1'iotect and UeautUy your h-use, making It
Attractive and Jnvitingr
The Town and Country Heady Mixel faints are prepared from pure wklte load,
pure Oxide. Zinc, aod ilie finest and stroirrt .-olorinK material obtainable, mixed
with prepared Unind Oil, which drle wita a tfam' and durability MaUniaable by
the (ame natemla Biixed ialh prdlnary manner, i
Lead and Zino, mixed intbl- way, are n-t affected by than of tctnperatare, will
Mt crack, blister, peel, flake or ebalk, and will always dry with the hltfhej pwMiMe
polish. They ar warranted to stand under all exposure, and will form a perfectly
water-proof coverinr. very elastic and beautiful. The will work freely tinder the buh,
and may be applied by the most Inexperienced person when the dlreoUons are followed,
though the employment of regular painter in advied when obtainable.
Tbii Taint Is always Heady for iie without the inconvenience or expense of
any additiouM maf-rlal.
One Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Call and pet a circular giving all dreircd information in rerard to the
TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
OXLY TO BE HAD AT THF. "SIGN OF TUB GOLDEN LION,"
Fives1 aai Ape Pad
The Greatest Discovery! Age
(Patented April 12. 170.)
KodKen' Fever and Aeu; Tad i no imporftinn, nor due it pretend to
cure without medicine. The I'ad in medicated with effective compound-,
and cure by absorftiou, acting direct 01 the Liver and Stomach immed
iately, thus takinir from the aystctn all malaria and Itiliotn poison. Kodfrent'
Kever and Ague I'ad make also a sure cure in all diseases growing out of
a disordered Liver.
The PuMic are cautioned af(aii)it pur bavin? the counterfeit article, a
there are one or two in th market; afk vour druitirf't for Hodeer' Fever
and Ague Pad. Pat. Apiil liib. 170. This ia the only original pad. He
ure and akk for the patented article. The price of Itodser. lever and
Ague Pad in only $1 and I aent poat-paid t any addre oa receipt of price.
Observe direetlous and buy none but Itodgem'. For tale by
Call and et a Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
Por the Cure of the Ilia that Flesh is Heir to. Pure and Fresh. Ob
tained Direct from tueir Sources and Kept on Ice.
BETHESDA 111 OTfEB
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of the above Water for aal on draught la Bottle, by the Gallon la
Jura or Keg-, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO.& GO.
NOS. 266 & 268 WABASH AVE.. CHICAGO.
WE AUK SPECIAL AGENTS FOU
AND II AVE A FULL STOCK OF
ANT) AN ENDLESS VAUIETT OF
Ladies' Fine Hold Watch"',
tiold Neck Chains,
Stiver Vest L'huiu,
, iikiu Uiotf,
Oold Watch Key.',
Coral Set and KiuK,
OlAce and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
als and Tools for Jewelers.
EfEverr one viiUing CHICAGO aboutd call at our establishment and examine our Ooeds'Vi
The Cneaiwat Price ia our Motto.
General Accent. Cairo, Illinois.
Cup. and Goblet,
Seal Kin;, .
Opera tilasse, ft
Craek Hhote of Keoknk.
From the Burlington (Io.) Hawkeye.
A Keokuk darkey was caught in the aet
of robbing a deck pane ger on the Kob Roy
early Saturdary morning. The robber
br ke away and ran, but all Keokuk
turned out with revolver! and shot at him.
Ton of led whistled through the nir and
fe'l lo the street, and the unncathed, ae
commodating shade gave every man a
crack at hlin. He even waited for one
marksman go home after his revolver, and
the only request he refused was that
of a man ho hud pawned bis pUto'
and wanted the fugitive to wait until be
could sell his dog and get the artillery out of
oak. Hhadn,tUinetowait,bithe em,
promised by lettirg this man throw a brirk
at bsto Then the robber departed, and
Keokuk put aw ay the guns and went to
Sleep to dream about the mutability of ba
nian affair and the uueertalnty of pistol
Mead la a By stabjeeta
St. Nicholas for September.
liut perhaps you don't know how to read
by subject. Let me tell you. Suppose
you see an allusion to sometblrg that inter
ests you say Sir Walter Raleigh; look for
hi Dams in an encyclopedia or biographical
dictionary (which you will find in every
tolerable village library). Reading of him
you will become interested in yueen Eliza
beth; look her up lb the same books, and in
English history; observe the noted men of
her reign, look them np, read their lives;
read historical novels and poems of her
times; look at the table of contents of mag
azines and reviews, and read essays on the
subject. You lee the way open before
you. Once make a start, and there 1
scarcely any end to the paths you will wish
If you have no special subject of inteiett,
take up an encyclopedia, slowly turn the
leaves, and read any item that attract syou,
not forcing yourself to read anything'. If
you have any life in you you will find some
thing to interest you; then you have your
ubject. If it is some hiMorieal person or
event, proceed as I have already indicated;
if scientific, overhaul the the dictionaries
of fcience, lives of scientific men, discu.iion
of disputed point, etc.; if geographical,
turn to a gazetteer, books of travel, etc.
One book will lead to another.
Right here lot inc say, I hoae you have
access to there works of re:erence, either
in your owu bouse, or that of a friend, or
at a' public library. But if your case is
the ery worst if you have none, cannot
buy them, and have no public library in
your neighborhood, Ut me advice you to
drop every thing else, and make it sole and
special mlbklon to start one, either by iotli'.
enclng your parent and older friends, or
by getting up a club cf your mates, a
strung w ill and earnest effort will accoin.
plish wondi rs. and all older people are will
ing to help younger ones to useful tools.
A d'spatcb from Ragusa reports that
I'r ince Milan has Intrusted Col. Despoto
Ices with the chief command of the insur
gents io Bosnia. He has defeated the Turks
at Petrovatz, setting fire to the town. The
Turs have lelt the Austrian frontier, and
are concentrating in the vicinity of Llvuo.
A body of about 3,000 Turks has been de
feated at Jankovo. The Turkish forces
now ia the vicinity of Albania are eptm.-i.
kd at 40,0-JO men.
The Turki-h minister at Washington.
Ari starch! Bey, h i received an official de
claration by the Turkich Government, dated
the 19th, givinj; the history ol the beining
of hostilities with Servla and Montenegro,
representing that the Port was compelled
to repel aggression by force, and th.t the
Port bad religously adbeard to the treaty
of Pari', and the responsibility of having
broken their treaty stipulations rest on the
princes ol Servis and Montenegro.
Highland Park, 111.
A 4'ilsrlat avail Preparatory Iuti
tuliau fur adMliea.
Fall session begins September f'th, IsJTU.
Course of study thorough aod extended. 10.re
btcilitie for Music, lintwing and 1'aiutlu-
Manners, Moral and Health of the first inilxir-tane-
College buildings commodious, and
well furnished No room tor pu.iU above two
flight of lairs Location attractive. Those
who have completed their ordinary school edu
cation elsewhere may be received to pursue our
burlier courses with special advaniure. ED
WARD V. WESTON. Vhksip" ht.
E. N. FRESHMAN ft BROS.,
190 W, Pcwti St, CINCINNATI, 0
Are authorised to contract for advert!
tmg in thle paper.
Estimates furaishaa tree, fend for Circular
O'CALLAHAN & BALL,
Booflngand Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty is
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Boda, Pumps, Store
Jeellas PMaaftl Pea.
FOBTT YKAItS BKrOstE THK PCBLIC.
DR. C. HLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and
leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull ; the pupils dilate ; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid ;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the upper
lip ; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears; arv
unusual secretion of saliva ; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
and vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at times costive; stools slimy; not
unfrequently tinged with blood ;
belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimesdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exUt,
DR. C. MfLAXE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
rat ion , not capable of doing the slight'
est injury to ,7ie most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. Mf Lane's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C.
MVLane and Fleming Bros, on the
DR. C. MCLANE'S
These Pills are not recommeuded
n a remedy for " all the ills that
llesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and iu all Bilious Com
plain'?, Dyspepsia and Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that character,
thry .stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used
preparatory to, or after taking Qui
uine. As a simple purgative they aro
BEWARE, OP IMITATIONS.
are never sugar
Each box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dk.
MVLane'h Liver Fills.
Each wrapjer bearsthesignaturea
of C. M?LAXEand Flemino IHios.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A rsvMlariy sMucatM and lc)W qualiflM phyeioaa ud t&w
BftoM suoosjatfuL, at his practice will proe
DfMrmatorrhea and Impolency,
a vte of eeir-abuae iu reutb. Mxual en m$t im aaa-
tunr eenra. mr nther oueesj, Ht4 rviu ma1 eic f tht M
Wwiag trTcta: Nerteuenee. Krniiiwl Kniiate, (uis;ht tun
iwiia toy dreamit. DiniDMi fifHiflit. Itrferuvr Mi-orv. Phy.
s. ellicaT. Pituflfaus t'mot, A you t K.-tty tif aVrenalesi,
Pii- aud other pnraie diasmasM Uk kl eurad.
li U eelf-vi4ut that a pfcvoau bu pAv prrlel aitetk.a
Ut a eeruia da of dlismatra, muA trratntsj thoiiaaode aunu
ally, acquire gmat akiU. Ptrair,aa tiumni Una lev-f ufttn
r-eaiaviai ptrioei lo r tare. Vbea Ut tiMkau"-nt W
Ttsittb rttf for trajnl, tjsMictnefl cn be eeut priaWiy
aad alely by auanle eipree anyvL,er.
Cjiph OoraatMd ia all Cum
cwttabiLatioiu ur.aaHT w hr louer frc aad Invited.
Charsjce reaeaoabte axid oarrAwBWDc xrlcuj evaataBiai,
Of MKt p.m, mi w u; .4cinM. mciu.1; m.m. tor Wirtr
IM) ciilk Sbould b Md tr .11. A4drM .bur.
iaatHnlra.ll. M. or. M. SuiuUj.. 1 1 T. M.
muetralcd work T$
I pafea, a private cuuuuut
a to tat tuarned aud mar
IT beppv il Um man
1 Of Um euktai ereteaii, He aUura,
riifa ah 1st an that meauna
laicet diecoeenca in th
l awlnAa of i ii i uliii 1 1 1 1 a t avuet aa
ovmiiT uap(7 il um niamt-a retauoa. ataie aaa Kuaii
Xuuuf and tuiisdia agud wuuid read eVsd
ruiHaaDe lUiurTQAXKMi, woicn do om can
OUl I OO W ls DNMrrl Ua health. aVlsd
Ut ba wul
out i oo ww n pwaacra tUa aealth, and aompknoo. aiwf
(ir w av4ir charaa toe mabaeait
ouJr trut JMtfruu Oiuda io thm
bf Maul. TUm a ulnar my eyex
avtaauilasMl sianlti a kaV
roriss. rriosi aw mmmiM
ynaii uo attj oPrm au Mtm mnt Wtm4 lo bl evrk Aiefl
Mtrriaft Uuule UiuUmtd
vita t) uuktruue (Hik ra v iu
Iruiu lit t-Avh-e all the iu.
quiaitivt aovuld know on
Court thui. AlArriaare. tit
ud Ht-vtiaiiont ol th
HBUa lav iti huavtiicursi
all kind of DitMaca, with hundrrUt ol valuable receipt a.
wnu aituuia NiarrT.inr lu.uni.HHruif u ntarriam tnvir oa
lure ud curt. Trrate on all Ut --, tulljr eiplainiiif tlteir
(.uati iyiiipttinaudntraiietoci)rtt it ie vlie unly rvallp
aoitDtinc work vPthc aind erer ptibiiBhrd, aiwl ie r-oinpieta
In er?r trtptvi. at wumr eralod en rMvipt n si) vim.
Addree. lir. t A. ah. ISottl VitiA atfteaV
an. aUtui. Uo. uai.i.hed m
DISPENSARY I felKSmST
Thirty jr.nr.vprtenr 1. th.lm,lmci4u iual aott
ChrOUI. DlMlkM.urlH'lh re.
mmmijm Vr. ataTTMNarriavvSjala.
rfMtf'X Phv.ioloirte.1 Vmw ofU.rnw.
M T- X"ll,,"u"rK,i."t "" eulllruipi.lil.
nn nirue, ou U.r mrn nr. ef rrf ro.lm'1.
".ay K,a .a tli. iiiSrniilirivl jruulli,
ni.uhiHMl uid worumnhutMl An 1 1 iM.lr.trU bouk it Mi it:
I r pnv.i. maiKS. okirh .iivulU Bv aii WMlrr WiV u4
Sct. SniluniL rwil fxriuctt
A PRIVATBMEDICAI.TBKATIB.Eoa .11 timM
oi . Priv.l ViUir, iu both vm, liu.huax.Ml a.
or.Wr.u Hi. nul Irul. .mi Ik. mu u liyn.ljti ims'S
il rt riirr.viiua, ful utMltrw.1 tot tit iu.
MEDICAL ADVICB am aViuLiHl C'hnaic D.HMM,
Si lniii.1 Wrih.urM,C.l.rrn, Clnm, Kualur.. tlw Otimi.
Il.bit. Ar., ii.r,kluiir n luc Ml Hi. All
tbr. bok. 1'oih.i.iuj eO SeM.iHlmrrrllii vurtrt
loosing un Ux .uloii-t, bI Mourcijr ...lea .a ra
eip of 0 ou. Alr, Dr. B.tta' Diw.nt.ry.
Ho.12 N. tth St. tt teete. . lU.auta5iM;
Kvant at the Watlonal Canital
AMD THIS OAJCPAIOM OW l7fl.
Jiist tit. book for Hi. tiut. Ulve. a full history
of the National Capital aad Uovrrnni.nl. hliuw.
how the (ovaronvot baa bwa aiauaawd aiace Iu
nuiuym. luiulaias aow Julia an txit
thrum odDf re. OWa a lull bUtorj of the
WblUf frauds aad Belknap rj caudal. It atT
the Uvea of Bayas, win.nr, lUdaa aa Uea
drloas. Graud cbauce for Ageau. Addrswt.
-17-wlw J. fl.CUAMBl.sU, 8b Louis.Mo.
ACT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal by the ear-load
i,on, or In hogsheada, for ehipment
promptly attended to.
HaTTo large consumers and all
nanufaoturera, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIXO CTTT COAL COMPACT.
tf-IUlliday Rro.'soffloe, No. 70 OhloLeTee.
J-lUiri,UT Bro ' s wharf boat .
fcp'At Ksptian Mills, or
f-At Um Coal Hump, foot ef Tnutf-lbtk
sf-Post Ofllc Trrawrr. Vn
PAIWT AID OllJa.
B. F. PARHXR,
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
always on hand, Uie celebrated lUuniinatlns;
Oomer EleTenth Street aad Waahin
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Vational Baak BoildiBg, np-ttairt.
7a Oldaat Batabliahed Aney la Sout
ra Illlnoia, repraaauUuK orw
165 000 000
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
TU clvaanl sldo-wncel strawi
Waltkr B. rEifwmoTOM,. . ... Master
CMAKLSS raHHINUTOM flrrk
Will leare Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'clock v. w.
The fleet straiut'T
Lo. TtlOKA. .
Lrares Cairo evsry 8ATI KDAT.
Each boat make close connection at Cairo
with llrstrctaa ateamere for tit. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orlwin. and at KransvUle with
IhoK. C. B. B. for sil points North and Kaat.
and with the LouisvUle Mail H learner, fokall
point, on the Upper Ohio, friTing through re
eeii'ta onfreighu aad passenger to all points
t'ot urther inlbrmatloa apply to
ui.. savaa, rasaong ar A-nt.
U. Dill, ... rHMUVflflMi
HAIXIUATBKO., I . nU
U. J. UBAMMKB,
duoerinlendent and Oeneral Freiicht Agent.
lii-a-aM-. Kvauville Indiaaa.
cmcmrji uesleyik college,
rtO TOUMO woxxv.
Begin ttasaUi year apt. Uth. Faculty
mu be r tl, MaaUUBt bailiitngt, ger-
ou tabl. Thoruca e ur la EagUab,
Bel, Claaaiea, aad Modera Languages.
L'asurpasMd drMtagee lor nasle aad art.
Address tb President, Ray. David H.
Moore, D.D., Claelanatt, O. 7-8-d4wt.
This threat Ir.ternationsl Exhibition, (!
signed to c mtnemiirate the oud huiidrt-tlth
anniversary ut American Ipiirpt-ndenco,
opene-t Msy 10th, and will close Novembe.
lt h, 187. All the mtions of the world
and all the stairs and territories of thr Un
ijn are parilciiiatini; ia this aonderfu rit
monstrstion, brinsrlug toge htr he most
compiebensive c llevtlon ol arltreiiu en,
mecnanical inventions, scientific ,li.'ove
eries, manufacturing arliievements. miner
al specimens, and agricultural proiltict.
er.er exhibited The grounds uevoti'd t
the exhibition sresltn.ted on th il ie of
the Pennsylvania It ilroad and embraue ')
acres of Farinount Park, all h gtily lui
proved nd oinameiited. on wud h are
erected the largfut luildln(Ti evercont uc-
teanve ol tne-e covering an area ol ni )
acres aud cos Ini? .j.(s O.tsX) The totul
number of building erected for the pnr-
Soes of the exhibit on Is near twn liun
red During the thlrts days iniinc.lttly
following the opt n ng of the cxtittiliion a
million and a juater ot people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE OSEAT TBITHK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is th mo, direct; convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching Pnilndelhla and this
great Kxhililtion irom all section of the
country. Its trains too and Irom Philadel
phia will pass thioufln a grand C utei nial
depot, which the company his erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds lor the acrommodationof pas-n-iters
who wi h to stop at or start from the
numerous larpre hotels contiguous to this
station ano the Exhibition-a cuiiveuleuce
ot the greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by the Penrisylvruia Kail
road, which ia the only line running direct
the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will also stop at the Encampment of
he Patrons of iluibuudry, at Kim Statiou
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad la the grand
est railway organization in the world, it
control seven thousand miles of roadway,
formlne continuous lines to Philadelphia,
Mew York, Baltimore, and wa-hlngtou,over
which luxurious day and night car are
run from Chicago, at. Louis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati. Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withotis change.
its main line Is laid wite double and third
tracks ot heavy steel rails upon a deep bci
of broken stone luilast. and its bridglis are
all of iron or stone. It passenger trains
are equipped with every Woo A n improve
ment lor comfort and aiety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances thvn the
trains of aoy line on the continent. The
company nas largely increased its equip
ment lor Cedtenn'al travel, and will be pre
pared to build In its own shops, at short
notice sufflelcnt to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. Die unequalled re
lourccs at the comnimd of ihe company
ot the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations for all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magnificent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad in 'so justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler ov r I'a perlcct
roadway an ever-changtni' panorama of
river mountain noa landscape views line.
qualed In America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be furnished at suit
able hours and aipple time allowed lor eu
Kxcursion tickets, at reduced rates, win
be soldat all the principtil railroad ticket
offices In the AVent, Northwest and South
west. Ke sure that your tickets rea I via the
Great Pennsylvania route to tb.3 Centen
nial. EKASK THOMSON, D. M. HOYD.Jr..
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass'r Agt
The lateat, greatKt, and mos reliable
remedy ever pu' together by medical .Hence,
for Hheur"tisin, Wounils, Swellingn, Hums,
tkel llreani, , Is the CeniMiir Liniment.
There are two kinds What the W hite Liniment
is lor the human family, tli Yellow lentaur
Liniment is for spavined, lame and strained
horse and animals. mj-JVwl;it
CMlldresi Cry tar Oaatoria. It i a
Elcanant to take a hooey, and is ub.nlmely
armless. It is sure to expel worms, cure wind
colic. rKulatv the bowel, and stonixch. and
evercom. irritability caused b.vrsih or cutting
teeth. It I. a erfect luhMittita for astor utl,
and for ( o.tiveness in young or old thoro is
notiiiugin existence so effective aud reliable.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la th Urnnd Old
Which has stood the test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Fain, that Afflicts the LTu
man body .or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to ita magic touch.
A bottle coating- 26c, 60o. or 91
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
I, U, OBEHLT.
A. W. rVATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A. "CV. PYATT cab OO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
afcalUUa Bulldlaf . Oo. Twelfth Straat
KjTCBarf aad tailroad Work afpeeialtTj
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol tn
Republican party, and reluse to be tram
fuelled o th dictation ot anyellque in the
It bedeves tbat the Republican party has
ulfilled IU mission, and tbat the Demo
cratic party aa now organised anoulu be re
stored to power.
It believes the Hadical tyranny that hj
or several years oppressed the Soutb
hould be overthrown and the people r.l ui
southern State permitted to control theu
swn a Shirs.
It bollovos tbat railroad corporation
ibould be prohibited by legislative ecarti
menu from extorting and unjustly dssenm
Inatlng in their buslneda transactions witb
It recognize the equality o be
fore the law.
Jt advocate free commerce tartfl lor
it advocate resumption ol specie pay
ment, and honet payment of the public
It advocate economy in tb almtuUUa
tlon ol public all airs
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tbe Bulletin will publish all th locai r-ws
ot Cairo, and a variety or Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign aad General News, and en
deavor to please all taste and interest ah
T II K
( a thirty-two column paper, furnished to
subscriber (or the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Postage prepaid. It 1 th cheapest pap'
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