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AlUO BUSINESS HOUSES.
ole.-Any lnlneBrm ruhiw thmllM1
ear, in w nommi -r ,.(,.
tithe rata of 1.6" lr month r 1 per year
,yable quarterly in B'lvnnoe. .
Hardware, WtiM aael TIN Ware.
A. MALLET telertnS;toTea,Tlnen1 Hard
ware, liairten and larnvrs' Implements, Wirt
col, rlefrljreratma, romps end Ladders.
il t:oininrrcl.l Avenue, utpterinf, end Job
Work dime an abort noUnr.
.t.S.McnAUEY Healer In hard end (am-U-r,
flooring, reilinc, siding end surfaced
tnmber, lath anil shingles. U(Hoo and yard
earner Twentieth street and Washington svenue-
LANCASTER ft KICK Dfalfn In Saih,
Soots, blinds, etc.. hard and avitt lumber and
shingles. Yard and ofllofe. Commercial avenue,
5mr 17th street.
li. U AUTMAN faaler in Queenaware, Tort,
Leai and all kinda of fancy arUri-a. Cvnimer
al a ten a-, corner Cth itntt.
WILLIAM WINTER-Slxth slme Wtwctn
lominercial avenue and Washington avenue.
riathina; unit Merchant Tailoring;.
JOHN ANTRIM Merchant Tailor and dealer
I a keedy Made Clothlne. 71 Oblo Levee .
teal fcatate) Agrenriea.
M. 3. HOWLET Real Estate Afent. Boys
and sell real eata'e, cnll-ru rents, pays taxes
ror aon-realdeote etc. Commercial avenue, bo
ra eea KlnUi and Tenth tircete .
ji i ii
We liare this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of tlie picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All order for frames
etc., should be sent to blm or left at
tbU ofHoc. Wc lepcak lor him the lib
erality tt patronage that has been be
stowed upon u HU fr,ortment of
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and ho jrnarenteea satisfao
tloo in all cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1S7C.
tt Cairo BcLLtTi Co.
Ready far Rnainrae Aaaiu.
Editor Bclletm : I take pleasure In
rolling' the attention of the public to the
tart that I have rebuilt and rc-estab-liabed
the Union Bakery on tbe site of
the building lately lost by lire on Com
mercial arena, between Fourth and
Sixth streets, where I will be pleased to
wtleome all tny old patron a well as ail
who desire a good article of bread, cakes,
confections, etc Frank Kratky.
Tor Bale or I
A grrt farm, containing liW acres
good Iraine dwelling, orchard and all nets
eary ut-bnlldlngs. Land all under
fense and in cultivation except b acres
The land Is unincumbered and title per
lett. This farm Is located three-fourths
of a mile from the Mississippi river, bark
of Wolt Island Stores, Mississippi county,
Missouri. For further Information ap
ply at th Bfi.i-r.TM ofllee, Cairo, 1111;
Weo J loal i ! Wed 1 1 1
On and alter tin; 30th in-t., the
signed will fill orders for
Htove wood, per cord -
Block ' " ..-
s-toot " " "
Big muddy coal. (1 ton)
Ilarriburg coal, 1 ton) -
Leave order? at No. 31 F.tghth
and they will receive prompt a't
Coal and wool delivered to any
the city. 3-22-1 m. F. M. W
The n.oft wonderful cxitinsr medicine
lor the cure of lemilo complaint. Fitty
year txpsrieuce, lncontttab!y prove
thee reuied unnvolled for the disor
der incidental to the softer sex. No
family should be w ithout thein. They
may be taken by young and old, as they
will restore health when every other
ii cans prove unnccelul. 2") cents per
box or po'
To nil who are auflerlng from the
nrors and lndicretiong of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., 1 will send a recipe that will
cure you, iree of tharjre. This great
re mMiy wa discovered by a missionary
in South America. Scud a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joepli T.
Inman, Station I. Bible House, N'ew
York City. l-SOVJin.
Wilson's Albrtny sewlling strawlterry
Lawton blackberry plant), and Karly
I.inneaur pic plant roots.
All in (junntlilvato suit bujer"1.
llesldciice opposite Nineteenth street,
(in Commercial avenue. 2 S im
lira '! usaudrjr.
it Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
Je laundress, No. 13 Fourth street, be
.wetn Washington and Commercial ave-
r.ues, has one of the best conducted laun
-lry fcfitabliahmr nts In the city, and land'
.ordi of hotels and boarding houses will
ilnd it to their advantage to call upon
We will pay no bills for poods or mer
I'handlse purchased for the Bilibtix
by any ot the employes, unless the pur-
ihase Is made on a written Ol der signed
by th president or secretary of the com'
pauy. Cairo Bitllktin Co.
Jed Brown has takeu charge ot the
barber ehop on Ugbth itrcct, uear Wash'
Ington avenue, lately kept by Panlcl
Laio pert. Jell Is a good barber, and so-
Jk-lu a share of patronage, (Jive Blm a
cull and satisfy yourself. , tt
IUa' Maoxoma Uaiu preserve
md restores Um complexiou ; removes
freckles, tan and sallowuess ; makes tbe
-iln solt, white and delicate. lUappll
tloR cannot be detected.
Lyon's Katbaibos wakes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant Lairt prevenUlts fall
rtg out or turning gray. It bas stood
Hie toat of 40 years. Is charmingly per
jumed and lias no rivaL
Oo to Sam Vlltuaa lor Mae liquor o
U Wads. new building. lgbtb
Mo&n Moxanu '
aaa4eiae)afla a a
AJCALOlt LODQI, HO. M.
Kalrhta of pyUtlas, meeta rrery rri
day arht at baU-paaS aerea. u Odd
f allow' Uall. HOWS,
ALKX.ANDRB LODGE. KO. M.
Ladeadiit Order of Odd-rel-V
J Iowa, niMia emry Xavradar night
at baif-tmM arren, la their hall on
vomntemiai areour. Darwean buw anv mttoib
trrrta Will K. lUwaiae, ii. U.
MAIttO F.KCAMpktEKT, I. O. O. F., meU
aia Odd-fellows' Uall on tbe Aral and third
I iieflday In crrry roonui, at half-paal aeren
A. Coaiaqa, CP
X CAIKOIX)DOK.NO.BI7,A.r. A A. M.
JKr Hold rcvlar enmniunicatiooa In Ma
JJr"anlc Hall, corner Commercial arenua
' and r.lrhta mreet, on tae second and
Vurth MondaT ot each rannth.
RATE) OP ADVERTISI ISO.
Kf All bilU for ailTertlain, an doe and pay
able r ADTAKra
Tranalent adTertialng will be Inserted at the
rate of 11 00 r squara for the flnt Inaertlon
and Xfl cent fur each auheequent one A liberal
disconnt will be made on standing and dipt
for Inaertlns Enmral notice $1 do Notice of
meeting ofsocletl or secret orders So cents for
Chnreb, Rorltity, Feetiral and Sapper notlnes
will only be inserted aa adrertlaeinenu
Ko sdrertlaement will be receired at less than
So cent a, and no sdTertisement will be Inserted
for less than three dollars per month
locai. nraixias notice
Of one square (9 lines space) or more, In
serted In the BctLtTiJf as follows : (less
than one square counted as a square.)
One inocrtloti per square m. u0
Two Insertions per square- 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square M 3 CO
One month per square- 3 0
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
SATURDAY, MAKCH 10, 1877.
annoaneraieal will be Ineerfed
la til Hallella ! the meaey ate-
eompavntea tar anta. 'S tile rule) ;ie
laiarniltr. BaSK.K saaeaate
rarata lar elljr U Hires. 3 ; Alderman,
t or t Itjr Clerk.
Wa are anthoriied to annnnnre Janiee W.
Hiewart at a candidate fur re-elertion to tbe of-
flre of ClIT t ier at tbe apprnachlvg cbarter
f Weaiater Htera,
Catao, III., March
rial. Uaji. J Thb. Wikp. Vat. Wstm
7 a m' saws j T W 42 Fair
11:11 rnt.3.Vt l W S4 Clear
t p.m. - v.1 NW I n
S:K." HJ.ZiC I r. NW , IS H.eet
Sergeant. Slgual herrloa. V. 8. A.
K!ilealri Oealral R. R.
i ii an. .tor T;mx futDr, MABtMttb, 1S77
Trains leave Cairo
New Orleans Fatt Ei press 1:15 a.m.
Mail ,M a m.
Arrive at Cairo.
FifT. at 1i p. m.
Mail at 10:00 DJB.
All tratns arrive and depart dally.
B. F. Bi-l R.
J. H. Jo.vks.
Gi'Utk'iuen and boys desirous of neat,
tasty and fashlonabla toot wear, snouia
call and examine Black's new spring
stock of hand and machine made Boots,
Congress and Alexc Gaiters. New
styles! New prices. Great bargains!
110 Commercial avenue. 3-S-lw
Mn at b bold Ont.
Until March Sth, I will sell my stook ot
glass aud qucenswarc
AT ACTVAL COST.
If the stock Is not all sold at the date
above stated the remKliidtr will be sold
at auction. My object in closing out
this class of goods is to make room tor a
large stock of groceries aud produce.
Sale positive. Call and examine goods.
2 23-ti. No. 133 Washington avenue.
Smokers are happy again, because
Sam Ullman Is back again, and Las
I rough t a fresh supply ot those excelleut
5 cent cigars. 2-22-lm
FolllVCly the Beat.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and llorehound U the very best com
pound ever prepared, advertised or sold
by any person, or under any name what
ever, for the Immediate relief and perraa-
ncnt.eure of coughs, colds, croup, whoop
ing cough, bronchitis, athma, and an
diseases of consumptive type. It will
thoroughly eradicate these alarming
symptoms in one-half tbe time required
to do to by any other medicine. It Is
purely vegetable, and sontalus not a par
tide of opium or other dangerous drug.
It never falls. Every bottlo guaranteed
to perform exactly as represented. Bar
clay Bros., Agents,
Also agents for I'rof. Parker'a Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which U sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take aud requires no
physic. Price, 25 cents. Try It,
Tbe Trade Wluda
Are produced by tho diurnal revo
lution of the earth, exteudlng from 20
deg. north to 20 deg. south of the
equator; land sailors ball with Joy
their advent Into tbem, after being tem
pest-tossed and worn, as productive of a
season of rent For weeks they some
time do uot touch a sail, bounding borne
ward through fields of sea weed alive
with minute shell-fish, and observe the
play of tho grampus, porpoise, bonUa,
and tho terrified flight of .the flying fish
from the latter. How much more de
lightful then mut It be to guide the
bark of poor humanity iuto the trade
winds of health oat of the bead seas of
disease and suflerlng, and make life's fu
ture a pleasant voyage ! Yes, such can
be efkoted by using tho Home Stomach
Bitters. 3 2 Ira
IiUOCCTIOM8T'9 JOCRVAL gires ehoie
jntsuaSM aoduaw Woes for ptolaasion.
al and SMteur readers and speakers, school ei
blbithm. and interesting articles oa suproprW
ate subjects. Jast tbe thin wasted, lira
to ". of say newsdealer or br mail.
J4 tfA& CO., 1W ' st. Ji. T.
. The puUlo library will l open to-day.
Judge ilarchlldon, ot Thebes, was lu
the. city Thursday and yesterday.
Mrs. F. Well Is selling her htusehold
furniture at private sale. 38 Tenth stmt.
Col. R. K. Townes, of Jonboro, was
In the city yesterday, and registered at
Col. McKealg Is still In Washington
laboring with the new preidnt for the
Judge Baker Is still holding court at
Mound City. The docket contains no
uicu g itzgeraia a new nricK ou thorny
tnerclal avenue oppolte the courl house
Is ready for the roof.
Wo are glad to hear It. Our druggist
Informs us that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
sells better than any other medicine, and
always gives satisfaction
The narrow gauge railroad warehouse
Is approaching completion, and will be
ready for use la the course of the next
Jaat r-elrtd as P. H." ftrbnh's.'a
fresh lot er the celebrated La oalta
live rent Clg-ara tbe.boat la the mar
All bills against the Ladies Library
Association will be paid on presentation
to the treasurer, Mrs. . C. Ford.
Mrs. B. Y. Gkoroe, Sec" v.
The city council has authotlzed tbe
street committee to employ tome oue to
ow blue grass or red top seed on both
slopes ef the new levee to prevent It
Dan Dean, of the St. Charles hotel,
bas returned lrom Centralla. Although
he was gone twenty-four hours he docs
not eem to have lost much flesh, and his
ryes are as clear as ever.
A regular term of the county court for
criminal and law business. Judge Bross
presiding, will convene on next Monday
morning. There are a number ot crimi
nals In the couuty jail awaiting trial.
The box and basket factory company
will probably bo awarded the contract
tor furnishing sidewalk lumber lor the
coming year. They agree to supply all
lumber necessary at $14 per thousand
The ferry boat Three States, which
was so badly damaged some time ago
by being run Into by tbe transfer
steamer Junius S. Morgan, is about
whole again, tbe repairs on her being
Tho foundation for McC'orniick's new
bouse on Commercial avenue near
Fourth street. Is completed, and the
work of running up the walls" will be
commenced as soou as the weather will
permit. The building l to be a two
A full report ot the opening of the
Cairo publij library, together with the
president's adJress, the poems read by
Mrs. George and an essay by Mrs.
I. B. Hudson, will be published In Sun
day morning's Bcixetin. Parties want
ing extra copies of the paper should send
in their orders by noon to-day.
If you hear a man di"course fluently on
virtue ; If he supports his arguments with
the most plausible reasoning; it be even
convinces his auditors that ho is himself
what he would have others be, you
would do well to question bis honesty,
should you find that he does not advo
cate the nc ot B.T. Babbitt's Best Soap.
Koebler Bros., butchers, corner of
Eighth street and Washington avenue,
are now selling choice smoked hams,
shoulders and breakfast bacon, bologne
sausage and pudding at retail at whole
sale prices. There Is no deception In this
assertion. They mean just what they
say, and ask an opportunity to prove It.
Call on them. 3-4-1 w
A. Black of the city shoe store Is
steadily receiving in large quantities his
spring stock ot thoes, and promises bet
ter Inducements to the merchants of the
vicinity for the purchase of their spring
goods than heretofore.
All be asks is that homo patronage bo
110 Commercial avenue. 3 8-lw.
Capt. Thomas, Jake Yost and J. C.
Willis, all of Metropolis, are In Wash-
ingtou, all seeking appointment to the
same place, that of revenue collector.
It is laid by prominent Radicals that
Willis hag the best chunce for success.
He bas made a good collector, and It is
more than probable he will be reap
The Young People's Society" will
give an entertalnmen; at the Presbyterian
church on Monday evening, March 12th,
1S77. The entertainment will consist of
a lecture by the Rev. B. Y. George, vo
cal and Instrumental music, reading,
recitations, etc. Tbe proceeds of the en
tcrtalnment will be devoted to the reduc
tion of the church debt. All are invited.
Admission, 23 cents. 3-8 3t
Dr, Jocelyo, has had several years ex
perlcuce in de.itlstry In St. Loula, and is
competent ot treating the most dUHcnlt
cases of all kinds. All work warranted
tog'.ve entire satisfaction, or nochargo
will be mail. Prices low, to suit the
tltne9. To anyjone desiring dentistry done
it will be to their advantage to call upon
Dr. W. C. Jocelyo. OfUeo on Eighth,
street, between Washington and Com
mercial aver.ues, Cairo, Illinois. 3-8 -tf
Th "Young Peoples' Society" w!ll
give an entertainment in the Presbyte
rian pbuvch on Monday evening. The
leading feature of tue tfcauig will be a
leeturs) by BY 9. Y. George, after
which there frill be rausk, mdlaf, rtcU
tatloaMt. Tba prooeedtof the enter
tainment will go toward the reduction of
the church debt. Admission bat been
fixed at twenty-flve centt. Tbe public
Sheriff Saup will start through the
country precincts on a tax collecting
trip next Moaday. tie will visit the
precincts in the following order : Clear
Creek, Monday, March 13th and Tues
day 13th; Thebes, Wednesday, 11th;
Santa Fe, Thursday, 15th ;Goo3e Island,
Friday, 16th; Dog Booth, Saturday,
17th ; Unity, Monday, 19th, and San
dusky, Tuesday, 20th, and at Toledo,
Wednesday, 21 st.
Among the guests at Herbert's yester
day were T. C. Moore, Nashville; J.
Moore, Nashville; J. C. Medley, Paris
I Landing, Mo.; Capt. W. L. Ilarablcton,
KMound City ; li. A. Stalman. Evanville;
E. Black, Cincinnati; Jns. Smith and
wife, Evansvllle; Jas. Tarka, Fayette-
vllle, Ark.; E. C. flicks, J. A. Lehurt
and I. D. Arnold, Clinton, Ky.; D. K.
Mann, Peducah; Ed. P. Noble, Paducih;
Jas. Peebles, Jr.; Shawneetown ; J. D.
The ladies of the Library Association
are again disappointed in r?itard to their
books. They have not yet arrived, and
consequently the public are requested to
wait another week before commencing
to draw books. Just as soon as the
books arrive they will be numbered, cat
alogued, etc., and an announcement
made of their arrival and distribution.
The ladies are working hard to get
everything in perfect order, and feel sure
that no one will complain of a short de
lay which is unavoidable.
I always have been and still am sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Wm.
Wood's Fever PllU. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by mc, will
be prosecuted to the full extent of the
law. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. li aly's, P. O. Schnh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold in Met. and $1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dealers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
d&w-tf. Dr. Wji. Wood.
Judge Bird's friends aro trying to in
duce that gentleman to enter the list of
aplranta for some one of tho oDices in
tbe gift of tbe president, and It bas been
suggested that he would make a good
collector of customs. So tar as we have
been able to learn tbe judge has not de
cided whether he will comply with tbe
wishes ot his friends, but has the matter
under adt isement. It is said that be has
a better claim for office than any other
Radical in this county, and that If the
ofQce is to be given to a Cairo man the
judge ought to have It. .
A word to the public l A. Black, by
reason at his judicious purchases attained
by cash, wishes to share with the public
LU bargains, and will, a the following
few items show, sell his goods through
out at such low prices as not only to defy
competition but to suppress It entirely.
Ladiea' goat, laced eIioct, $1 25.
oue serge " 1 00
kid clippers, 73
Misses goat laced thoes, 1 00
" kid " slippers, 65
Chil Jrens kid and goat shor s 40i0
And the entire stock in proportion.
Just received at D. Hartuuu s queens-
ware store, tho largest and finest assort
ment of toilet and laundry soaps that
has been brought to this city for some
time. The following are some few of
the well known brands Mammoth
Batli.Boquet.Houey and Glycerine.White
Rose, Oat Meal, Moss Rose.Elder Flower,
Turtle Oil.Gilletts Laundry Castile, &c,
&c. Also a fine assortment of Feather
Dusters and Feather window-Brushes.
Patties will And It to their interest to call
and examlno my stock of soaps and
dusters, as I mean to sell the above goods
for less than any other house In Cairo.
Guests at the Planters' Hougo yester
day were S.L. Honnard, Joppa, Ills.; T.
W. Rowley, Pulaski; E. II. Tucker.
Metropolis ; W. D. Heath, Chicago ; C.
C. Savage, Plittsmouth, Neb.; A. M.
Lackey and wife, Arkansas;!). Casey,
Wennemecca, Mo.; Wesley Lane, San
Francisco; Simon Condon, Memphis;
C. W. Penn. Andover. Ohio: Sitnsu
Condon, jr., Memphis ; John Dougher ty
Charleston ; it. A. Savage, II. C. Green,
St. Louis ; C. O. Bryan and B. Marten,
Jackson. Tenn.; Chas. Smith nnd wile,
Louisville ; Chas. E. Brown, Evansvllle.
Several weeks ago a difficulty occurred
at a negro dance in PhillU' hall, and
during the melee knives, razors and pis
tols were used. The officers captured
oneot tbo participants named Jorden
Archy, and on his person found a razor.
Archy was tried before J udo Bird, who
sunt blm to Jail under a tine ot twenty
five dollarj and costs. And now front the
eouncil proceedings we see that Mayor
W Inter bas granted Archy a purdon, and
released uim iroiu custoay. The mayor
Is too lavish la the use ot the pardoning
power, and in nine cases out of ten be
stows pardons on the worst class with
which the police have to deal. Jorden
Archy deserved the fine imposed on him,
and should have served out his full
Prominent among the guests at the St.
Charles yesterday were Mrs. C. D. Bush
and child, Forman ; P. C. Poole, Jr ,Chl
cago; W.E. Brown. Murray, Ky; R. A
Loomls and G. W. reeman. New York;
Mrs. S. A. Stunt, Boston, Mass ; John B.
Gest, Cincinnati; & II. Mill. Clneln
natl; C. D. Bush, Forman ; W. H. Mor
rtson, Layfaytftte; A. S. M-ickmau and
A. B. Eoehler, rrinceton, Ind; O. W,
Renehart, Martinsville. Ind; C. l
Oakley. Memphis; J, D. Morgan, Boll
yar, Tenn J. . Hogan, Boston; II.
Tucker, Chicago; O. Lowe, Pittsburg;
V. U. UarrUon., CUrksvllla, My ; Geo.
Hadtoa, Cincinnati ; r Z. , W. Flank,
CUapalSTi 10. B. Kuox, NavllU ;
7, B. IjtiV 8t. LwtU, V?..n. titer, 8t,
toaU; M. Ivrtnbtrf , Vkkstmrf t D.
wr. A UBIVU, Ol, LOUIS J B. WOIf, VlnClC
Tho regular weekly sales of tobacco
took place at the Farmers' and Planters
warehouse yesterday. There was a
large attendance of buyers, among
them several from Paducah. tv-
aosvllle, st. Louis and Louis-
fllle, besides an unusually large
number of home buyers. At tho Far
mers' warehouse. Messrs. ThUtlewood
& Illnkle proprietors, 31 hogsheads
were sold. The tobacco was generally
of a better grade than that offered on thn
day ef the opening rale, and brought bet
ter prices. .sales were as follows!
Five hhds, Southern Illinois luirs at
$4 40; 4 25; 3 65; 4 CO; 4 50. 20 hhds.
low to medium leaf at $0 30: 0 40: 5 00:
0 70; C 00; u 00; C 25; 5 90; 5 23; 6 45 ;
5 70; 0 00; 5 R0; C 5; 5 70; 7 30; 7 75;
7 40; S 70; 7 50; 7 23; 7 80; 33; 5 33;
7 60; 7 40. There wero several
rejections at prices bid off at.
At the Planters' warehouse, Messrs.
Straughn, Tinkle 4 Bird, proprietors,
37 hhds. were sold, as follows : 8 hhds.
Southern Illinois lugs, $4 25; 3 83; 3 30;
305; 3 60, 4 30; 4 25; 3 W. 29 hhds.
Southern Illinois low to medium leaf at
ftt 15; 0 73; 5 20; 5.20; 5 60; 6 80; 7 20;
6 70; 7 10; 8 05; 7 15; 7 35; 6 23; 6 C5;
6 05; 6 25; 6 76; 0 00; S 65; 6 00; 7 70;
6 Go; 6 10; 6 60: 6 93: 6 60 : 7 90: 0 53:
7 60. There were four rejections at the
Fine Resldeaee for Male ar Kent.
The very desirable property known as
the "'Aubrey property," corner ot Hol
brook avenue and Twenty-second street.
For sale or rent on easy terms. Apply
to 3-6-tf. B. F. Blake.
The following is a list of letters re-
matnlocr uncalled for In the cost office at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day, March 10. 1377:
Ladle Bradley. Lizr.ie : Bat ton.
Sarah; Bowan, Bettle; Cook, Maggie i
Davis. Mattle A.: Harris. Sarah : Hend
ricks, Jennie; Lawrence, Julia; McCon
nell, Laura; Patterson. Delia: Brail.
Robert Mrs.; Ryall, Jennie ; Rice, Sarah ;
.Selves, Mrs. C; Wheeler, Mrs. A.
GcnU Blanebard. Geo. A.: Bailer.
Frank ; Bracken. II. D.i Burton. J. C .;
Sallow, Willie ; Corbeille, Jos.; Carroll,
Richard ; Dyer, Albert V.; Evans, J.
W.; Elaverie, V.; Freeman, Eddie;
Green, Alonza ; Green, Dudley ; Gusler,
Julius ; Green. Wm. F.; Harper, Ben C;
Ualsted, Baptist; Hampton, Albert;
Hamilton, R. D.; Jones. Albert : Jack
son, Edmund; Jones, 8. B. C: Lane.
Enos ; Loor, E.; Leonard, J, A.; Matches,
Jonn ; Moorman. Tleas : Moore. W. D.:
Richmond, David; Scofleld, Cassine;
Sammons, P. H.; Williams, C. D.; Ward,
Weyl, W. F.; Young, Wm.
Persons calling for any ot tbe above
letters will please say "advertised."
Gto. Y. MoIveaio, P. M.
KeuealloM. at frost ration.
Did any enfeebled human beiuir ver
become strong under the operation of
powerful cathartics or salivants? It is
sometimes necessary to regulate the
bowels, but that cannot be done by active
purgation, which exhausts tbe vital
lorces and serves no good purpose what
ever. J he only true way to promote
health and vigor, w hich are essential to
regularity of the organic functions, Is to
invigorate, discipline and purify the sys
tem at the same time. The extraordinary
efficacy of Hostetter's Siomach Bitters
in cases of debility or Irregularity of the
organs of digestion, assimilation, secre
tion and discharge, is universally admit
ted. Appetite, good digestion, u regular
habit of body, active circulation cf the
blood, and purity of all the animal fluids
arc induced by this suberb tonic and cor
rective. It has no equals, moreover, as a
preventive of chills aud fever, and other
types ol malarial disease. To emigrants
and travelers It is particularly service
able as a medicinal safeguard. ,
the mayor's late proclamation an
INSULT TO THE DEMOCRACY OF CAIRO.
The following communication was re
ceived on Thursday evening, but two
late for publication the next day :
To tbe Editor ef the Bulletin.
Dear Sir: Because Jack Wluter Is
mayor ot Cair.i gives him no authority to
Insult Indiscriminately every one who Is
uot a Radical.
His "mayor's proclamation" is an In
sult to decency.
What right has he as mayor, or as any
thing else, to command me or any other
law abiding citizen to keep the peace,
when we always have and alwavs expect
to respect the laws of our country.
We have been cheated out of our presi
dent by fraud aud perjury, but we
submitted rather than pluuge the country
we love so well Into war.
Intelligent Radicals must give us credit
for some patriotism, knowing as they do
that wo were In the majority. In sub
mitting we said we would rather have
Hayes than war. That settled it.
But now Henry I, lit order to bo
Henry II, ksues hU bull to bulldose us
not to do what we never done and never
expect to do.
The Mayor had ujt as much right to
command all tho men and women of
known honesty not to steal.
But Jack says "threat bad been
made." Now we have, said heretofore that
the mayor was a truthful man but very
Immoral man, but now we take that
We don't believe any Tllden man ever
said he would lusult, molest or disturb a
few good but shortsighted citizens, a lot
of Grant's office holding plugs, and a
multitude of niggers, good bad and indif
ferent, for celebrating, for enthusing on
the oucasion of Ibe successful stealing
of the. office of president the first In
stance en record.
No, Jack no oue ever raid It. You
are mistaken It I a dream, a coinage of
tout ferUl brala to eaten tro tsfa at
y the ocaioi election.
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WATER ! WATER F -WATER I
fflf? (jj) qjD ffff w I fffl n
Piirnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes.
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
Of Goods saved from tho lato fire by
Will be sold within next tbe Thirty Days at a
Come One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
A Card A St at tit est bt the Vlux
Division, s. or T. Why Thky Didx't
WANT JOK TaPPKICH TO KF.KF- A Sa-
x.oon, axn how the commissiox
kr3 of prlaski cootty managed
To the Editor of the U-illc'iat
The members of Ullin Division,
Sons ot Temperance, appreciating tbe
disastrous effects of the liquor traffic, de
termined to avail themselves ot the pro
visions of the law and endeavor to put
an end to the saloons in Ullin. j
Joseph Tappriclt's liceuie expired with
tbe year 1878, and as It was understood I
that he Intended to petition the board ot
county commissioners to grant him a li
cense for 1ST", a remonstrance asralnst
..... (,.... v...6 on-., h'-ciit; iu iuai-iit Pittsburg. .......
Tapprlcb, or any other person, was cir- j Cincinnati
i.i i i . Louisville
culated among the legal voters of tbe I Nashville
When Tapprich appeared before the , ve"k,,'1',rii".;.
countv board with his petition for licence. "rieans
the remonstrance, together with letters
from prominent citizens, stating the evil
effects ot the saloons on the community,
were also presented.
The law requires that the petition for
licence shall be signed by a majority of
vuc irjfiu Tuicrs ui ui' precinct., una uiMt
provides that the county board may
grant euly eo many I town ae tU public
As a number of tiaiuoi appeared 011
both petition and remonstrance, and ns
neither paper was drawn up in the re
quired lorm, the board decided that
they were unable to como to a decision,
and instructed both parlies to go home,
draw up papers in proper form, get
them signed again, and appear before
them in one week.
During that week the preeiuet was
thoroughly canvassed, and on the
pointed day thn petition 'and
remonstrance, together with sev
eral affidavits from persons who
had signed both papers stating on
which side they wished to be counted.
and letters from some of the heaviest
taxpayers of the precinct giving their
reasons for opposing the saloons, were
laid before the board of comuilniioners.
Before the papers had beeu compared
one of the commissioners moved to
grant the license. Tbo others thought
this was rather too hasty, but, not
wishing to take the responsibility of
deciding for themselves, they appointed
a returning board to canvass the re
turns and report. The papers
given them and alter ahull hour, sluing
with closed doors, they reported that
Tapprich had a inajority."
did not state how many. They aKo re-
commended that he only be granted a li-
cense for six months Instead of 0110
year as he wUhed. In accordance wiih
this report the board granted Jo,eph
Tapplch a license to keep a dram shop
in the town of Ullin for tbe ensuing six
Although tbe precedent of not "going
behind the returns" has recently been
established, some of tho good people of
Ullin did not feci satUQed, and procured
ccrtlded copies from the county clerk of
all the documents pertaining to the case.
A thorough examination and compari
son of the same ith the certified poll
book ot Ullin precinct, brings to light
tbe following facts :
Number of legal voters In the precinct
as shown Dy pou dook, ijo ; numoer j
necessary for a majority, 63 ; '
total number of uames on petition j
for license, 109, all of which were sworn
to by Joseph Tapprich as being legal )
votert to the "best of bis knowledge aud !
belief;" number of names on the petition J
that were also ou the poll-book, , leav
ing 30 duplicates and non-voters; num
ber ot persons who by affidavit or writ
ten request to the commissioners took
their names off from the petition aud left
them In lull force on the remonstrance,
11 ; number who simply signed both pa
pers, 6. Dropping these six from both
nani.it aa was done bv the board In the
first count, and taking off the
of the 14 who so ordered
it, there re-
mains lu full foree on the petition 69
names, which is less than tbe majority
required br the laa-s of the State of Ilia
nol. If the couut is not made ou the bU of
ibe poll-book, but on tbat of the actual
umber of voters la the precinct at the
data of tbo UosjMe, Um ahowiag k etUl
i 1 1 f
After the above statement wfs heard
by the dlviion, the following resolution
were unanimously adopted:
Be if Rrtohed Br thti Ullin Dlviicri
Sons ot Tetnperanet; in division aapm
bled, that a copy of tlie foregoing state
ment u? sent to tlm Pulaski Patriot and
C Aino BntEnv for publication ; and be
KraolvrJ, That we claim as a majority
that Joseph Tappnch'a Hcvnee should be
revoked, and none ethers granted.
V. AH Olf ARTKklfT. KXVSH ItsrOT, I
March , :7,-. j'
I r. rs. IT. IS.
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lieK-.w hlali W'Uor of lvn.
.i-r-tnt, Sunal Service. r. 9. .1 .
;te.ii.i r .lames Fisk, Padueah
" G rand Republic, New Origin.
Gold Dust, New Orleans.
" J. A. S'Mtdder, Sr. Lou!?.
IKPARTt;D. , r
Steamer Jiuum wub. Padiieah.
" Atlantic and birges,
O. W. Anderson, St. LonN.
Grand Republic!, St. L011N.
" Gold Dust, Cinelnuatl.
" J. A. Seudder, New Orleau-.
" Hickory, barges. Mound City.
Yesterday was the coldest day we have
I exnerlt'iiroil In hvn inimtlu ..r.1.1
orth w,nd prevalled aU d bu
eliiekenpil at .lrrk.
were ludictions of warmer weather
to-day. Tlie ' Ohio Is rising
Business Is quiet Up to six o'clock
the Fisk had not put in au appearance
lii Grand Republic from the
south urnved, and after laying at the
wharf aoout one hour, proceeded on her
way to St. Louis, where she will load fot
New Orleans The Hickory front St.
Louis h now at Mound City.
Public notice Is hereby given tbat j
virtue ol an order ot the county court of
iho 1 ouulj ol Aii-xuuUer u tbtt State ot
lllinoU, rcnujrrii at tbe Ddt-embrr term
ot a.iul court. A. I'. 175. I. Itarmou li.
i Black aiiralnUirutor de bonl noli ol tbe e.
ic-ilt day i,t Apr. I. A. if. ls7T. at the wen
tb lortnoon neU live oMock In the ufier-
i ,100 01 " "ne 4y to toe highest bidder
lUl t,lowinie bribed real
j estaic, uuai in ib county of a eianjer
tn block inumVred sevet tea (17;, in the
I AM s1iitia to 1 he . lty of t. a re ; ui tbe
1 koumea-i qutrirr or sei-iion iweive u.;.
I towosbip kixttetii.lt);, suutb range two ('.';,
eutlect to the homectesd in I ere t of Wid-
dow aud farbliy lo aod to std lot elifbt in
btoek aeveuleen, and to the Wtuow'a
tlowi v In siild real estate.
Terms of talo t One -halt of pareha
money t be cah in baud upon approval ol
sale ud delivery of deed aud one halt on
c edit ot six months, purchaser to give
securltv and tru-t deea en tbe premises to
secure the remainder of purchase taoser.
Dated March, bth, 1877.
8-S-4 w. Adutinistrutor ds bonss nou, rt -.
S treat. lit
Chartered by the
Ktaie eC UUaoia
lu( tue espres
purpose ot giTina
uniLed iat reiuf
a all caeea of private
chrunlc. and uinarydi-
sawa ia all Uwir euiutlicaled axaia. It is well
kuowu that lr. Jaiues luu stood at tbe head f4
Uie Kntfaehiwa ft tlie hu4 ' years. Aire ami
expertmu'wantail-iaiuoriabt. Stesnlaal Weak
aeaa, nibt looses by dreaai. yinivles oa the
hw last niauunnd. nam uitirrlr be euienl
Ladies waniing the nioet unUeete atlatloa, udl
or write. t'iMuant borne fur aslieata. A buok
I ttt Uie million, ilarriaye iiuiite. hl-k talis
you au a'Mkut iiicc iU-t-A4ee-WHv Hwm vinf
wUt not1'.l MrnU lo pay poetax. I'l Jaiiwe
has) roiusnl inrl.r. You seeaooaeia.i
tuellir Udii'i'huar. a a, lo 7 .a wu
rtaya, l to Is. All bsmaeee ettieUy eotift.Wa
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