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ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
. Arrive.. Depart.
Fieri...... i-Mp.m. 1:10 p.m.
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Hi' iu'lil" hiiua iu 4:ia.m.
Fieii'l.tT i,;:y p in. 1:00 p.m.
CAIRO AND V1NCENNES HAJLhUAD.
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tlT. LOl'IS.l. .U.A.NI) pOLTHERN RAILROAD.
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CAIRO AN l) ST. LOUS RAILROAD.
Arrive. li' pun.
Tliri'iiKh Epr .'.:l' p.m. lOKia.m.
Miirj.hyihoru Ai i:riiii:ri(i(l:ttloii W:.'."ip.in. ir.lSp.ui.
fc(l! Smiduy. 1 Except Vomliiy.
(ENERAL DELIVERY open .:m t. m.; uoe
' (1:4111.111,; suuduy: s to M a. m.
Money iiidtr Department open at ? a. m.; c'.o.e
ti f p. m.
Tli.-tir.-.'h Kxpre. Mail !a llllnoi Central arid
Yi.,t-ipii ( ciitra! Ifnilr-m'1.- cloe si 1J::vi p. in.
i nl.o i. Mil poplar Bluff Throiijru ami Way Mail
I !! at I.': id p. in.
VYuy Muil vih lilliwl Central. Cairo aid Vin
' nut-M ami M.....ippi Central Railroada riot' at
V-i'i p. III.
'A'uy AIu'.I fur Nurro Uuu;t! Jiiiilr'.aJ clou at 8
Cklroatid Eninv'il:e Illver lioite cluv at d::)0
p Ii:. U:.li)' ( ( ,t Kriilkj ).
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17 MIT LVUIE M.'OKTKST T LO!'Is.
'X Jlliili VII.I.E. ( INliNSATI. tAL
TI.VI HE ANU WASHINGTON.
H MIT IV THE MlOliTET T'i 1NMAN
Of .'lllino APULIA, rillUDEU'JMA. NEW
VliK AND IIOSTOS
SIX HOURS SAVED
in r tra'Li of ill oihi-r rnut mklug lt rame
' rrr ai-rii l r tb rout to make rri.nT-
ii.nn rule all uiutit. waiilia' fnnn il-t rix
tmii. a; .mail country matioLt for train of con
t 1 Af V T Ti V T?TI! E FACT and iUe on r 4 :4!i
' nr..u runrjii a. m trHin, r. tint. uvan-
tile. InrttaDapulip. (.'luctiiuali ami Louifvill mint
ilkf . Train irar autl arrive at t airo follow :
Mail Uavrt 4:4') a m.
Mail arrlvr. lii:iip.in
i Throuvh tiiknt anil (brek to ail ilupodaut
Y. A. M1M.KR K08WELL MILLEK.
ji o I Para. ArcnU (irurrai hap't.
L. B. Clll'KC'H. Paaxrcur Atnu.
Q AIRO CITY FERRY CO.
iimi UATt irt
Fit Futirth t :onrl Lai.d'c Ki'utui ky UYf.
h a m.
10 a. u..
4 n. ra
fc: a. 12.
10:10 a. iu.
H a. to.
i p. m.
S p. in.
Kijrlilli Stri't (. near Commercial A enuc.
V. KKSCII, PiioruiETon.
llaiDi! nartiil a (lrt-fl Bakfry. and placed a
flrn l s;. l.nuia hakvr lu ibarirv, 1 am prepared
CAKES OK EVEKV DESCIUKTION'.
.from the p'alin'iit lotln'mo.t clahorale kind, wilt
alile for ildit. tiali.. etc.; al.o all kiurte of
linail. I'll', and l'utn. at the very limeM rnt.
(inlira will prompt'y tilled. A uVI'vi-ry wairoii
will inn dnily to all part of the city for tl.e aecotii-
stir.oilut'Kin ol ''iivtiimi'r .
A liare of the pulilW-' pntroiie 1 olicited, acU
Dim vs. Etc.,
COMMKKCIAL AYE.Wtwcen FIFTH and
SIXTH NTS.. CAIRO, ILL.
1loif.'K SlIiiKIN'U a apeclaltv. Hvjiif rin ir tif nil
11 klii.U of veliii'le done tieiitly mid ou uliort no
tice, at the lowi'Ht puenlbltf cit.
IlYKIXH AXI) KKXOVATINf).
fOUH OLD CLOTHES
TAN MB BBAITIPI'LI.Y
DYED Oil JiHPAIRKD
At b Tiiilinj Exjienie-T. 0. 1).
CIIA.S. SKEUpv, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
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ItT Lad!Mrud Ueut.' old liaN Wdfro'ew ;
CAKPKXTER AND COX fKACTOU. !
J 01 INAObll, ;;'' :
('a it il; .N.Tr.u' a n iv .Contkactoh"
siliip. ON TtN'i'II i,TiKE'J
) V ... - .1 .1 (1
t( tjMiwy.Mi Vlilntsij.niHl Viilgut.)
I'iStiniali'n on ImiUllnpy, on liwstes iiy Arc
or iitlierwiiiniiiulii on short not ie,e,
Ii Lt. win it lijil rn.'o'il to dim will receive, prompt
'-Kitei,iui, ii, ttiij k,i execated In a .at tfuctory
TIIK DAILY JJI LLKHN.
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The Cairo Bulletin eiit"r i.non In
tenib y ar with a coiiiuletu new
outllt and a determination to nuikit
it In all ri-pei M worthy tl.o nipporl
of it. patron.
J?,,T, Tublislud Every MorniHy,
IslCtAAh uondaVH KM KITED.
It will m)rai e In it. oiumni dally
,of K'.trb character a v.e trut .hull
AAA 'prove the eo,i;al of the cheapest ttud
A A be't of vir . uu:'ii.purkri .
The POLITICAL CAMI'AIuN
now pendiiitf I" one of freut impiiit
an eooiderid in hoth n Nuiinnal
and Stale a-peet: a full Coui,'r'.-
i oi) Hi ilelcalion will lie choeii:a
heei'lature i. to be elected which
lil deteriiuuc the meeecor to Hon.
K. J. Ot'le.liy iu the I'uited Stntex
Senate. Bellevins the .iiece.a of the
Democratic party to t vential to
the malnialiiauee of imo1 irovern-
ernnienl. the Hnlletiu will alwar. he
found advoealiiit! In iiieaxiire. and
laborini: for the .ucce.. of it. retire-
M-utativv.. To promote then- dei-ira-hie
emU every 111 nhk ral .hould ex
ert biin.elf 'lu di.einliikliiiir the
truth, of hi. ium, and in no nv
can tbi. lie more iHeetua'.ly dote
ti.ac ny tne r.,ri'ii:ai:on ut urn noine
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BOOT AND SHOE .MAKER
ATI I EN EC M BUILDINO,
Coimnerelrtl Avenue, hef I r.iJuv Til
SI.MliHiid Seventh t. f '.UUU, 111.
TMM.S plenaui-eliiHiiiiouiicilitto hi. patron, and
the public o nerully that he had received the
tlne.l mid luoKt .elect .tm.k of Leather, of every
lUwiiiitliincverbrouubt i,(thl cltv. All work til
hif line cceuti'(l promptly mid In tie he.t manner.
Enure .atLfaetloii jilveu n every iti.tuiicu. l'rlcea
to .lilt the time.
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,. (.'A 1 1 tO, ILLLV(S
Oiiniltictml on the European plan, Sl,,, ,, ,
' tiibleol miy houi-e in he city. , ,, 11 "
for month r to reL-iilij. i),.,,,,!,' ; ,
(,j Cuiiuecteiwlth the re.ta.iram f MJ,J
lHXKtfT 1UU IX UMlK. (n .v.
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iillert with the Clmiceat w ine. ,, t )
llxed Drink a Specially. Retmiriim T.i
BlilOOn Opi'U III A.I Hour-. ii mill Multi
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY)
(IKJTCIAI, MUEUOltvi .'
Mnvor Henry Winter.
. Tre'u.iirer H. K. Porker.
Cerk-.. . I'hlllla.
( oiin.elor- Win. H. (illhrrt.
Muibul-C II. Arler.
Atloruev V. i;. .Metiee.
l'olke Mt;l.ttuiii-J. J. Bird.
boa no ov AiaiKiim:N.
Flr't Ward-(ieo. YociinwWm. o'Cnllahan.
Surond Wunl-Wtnid llitlculioii.e, N. B. Tlil.tle-
Third Ward -W. I'. Wright, John Wood.
Fourth Ward - Clmrh . O. Puller, I). J. Folev.
Fifth Wanl-'iVW. ilalliduy, Cbi.. I.ancani r.
ClrrHt Jiidu'e- l. A. llnrker.
i irciiit ( hrK-J. A. Kcvve..
County JniltfuK. S. YcHiim.
County Clerk K. J. Iliunm.
Couuiy Attorn.y W, C. Mulkcy.
t'oiiulv Trea.un'f A. J. Aldeu.
Coroner H. Fitz'.-era.i..
C'ouutv Cominl":oi er. T. W. Hallldar. V. V
Brow n. Samuel liriley.
VFKICAN M. E. -Fourteenth .treet. lietwren
Wkiliul and Cedar atrecla: .en ice. Snhtmlh II
a. in. and M) p. in.; Sunday School UJU p. m.
CiUKISTIAX-Eighteenth atrei-t; meeting Pab
) liutb 10:) p. in. ; preachiiiK iKcn.ionaliy.
CHI I K H OF THE REDEEM ER-tEplwiipHl i
Fourteeulli tni l: Xoriilntt prnyur. (Mihbiithl
I'iii . ni.; evening prver. ( ::l p.m.; Srthliaib
n.liool II a. III. Kev. St. J.' Dillon I-ee. Rector.
,TRsT MISSIONARY BAI'TlsT (HI Ki ll.
MlliUlitll ri hool Ut
::)0 p. in. Rev. T. J. shoie
1 ITIIEHAN'-Tlilnee.iih .tret; .ervie.-. Si,h
lj huili 11 a. iu. and :'i p. m.: Snuiity ci,ooI ii a.
in. Kev. iJticr'cliner. iiu!or.
METHOlMsT Cor. Ki.-hih mid Walnut .treet.;
l'reaehliii s.iilmth li:Hi si. in. mid 7 p.m.;
pniver meeiiii'. Wedue.dnv ',::! p. in.; Sunday
school. 3 p. in. Hv;v. A. I'. .Vorri-oti, im.tor.
1)KEBYTEJtl.X-Eii:hih Mreet; jir'a liinir on
Sahhuth at 11 MM a. m. and T::np. in.; prayer
mectiuK Wedne.day at 7:3" p. in. ; Sunday School
at 3 p. in. llcv. H. Y. (ieorye. pN.tur.
OECOXI) FI'.EEWII.I. II.U"nT-Flfteeith
O .treet. Uelweeu Walnut and Cedar atreet.; .er
vice. Siitihath at ii and 7 ::il p. in.
ST. .losEI'H'S (Roman Cathol.ei Corner Croc
and Walnut atreet: erlee S.'ihath 10::i n.
in.; Sunday Sdnwd at i p. m.; Yep.T4 3 p. in.; er
vice, every day at W p. ni.
CT. PATRICK'S (Roman Cath(dic) Corner Ninth
0 .treet and Wa.hitiirtoii avenue; aervleea Ssb
bath B and 10 a. di.; Ve.per. p. in.; Sonday School
1 p. m. : amice every day at p. in. Uev. F. Zahcl.
J NSUILNCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kerth,
VUU.U ; Capital ! 10.Ul.(i)0.
Royal Canadian t,ipua1.,!(mu:i"oirt.
A mni.wi.i (Of Toronto. Cam.
ill 111-11 .'111IC1 it (l .
Villi-illii 1 Fire anil Marine (Mlllvllle, S. J.)
-Ulll , A.Mta. $I.44S.7.M.
T'nii.ii ' (Of Philadelphia: e.tahll.hed lu 1MIM.)
I JUUI1 I A.et. :fr,.lUi.0O.
T 11 CliliUl S , ami t 110.4?I.!.
UCI 111(111 fA..et. $:i.87r.ffl.
RISKS WRITTEN AT FAIR RATES.
)fTif t AlexniKler County Dank.
NEW (iFX SHOP.
II. K. INCE,
NEW GUN SHOP,
t or. sixth St. ami t'omincrclal Ave.
CAU(i), : : : ILLINOIS.
Guns, Pistols. Safes and Locks Rpnairpd.
Keys Miiile to order.
CHOKE IioRINO ON llKKACH I.OADlNti Ol'NS
All work L'tiuranteed autl-fiietory, it cheaper rntea
than can be u itu.necl ut any other place in tne city.
J ACOB WALTEH,
Dealer in Fresh. teat.
lletwwn M'naihinBtoii nml Com1
luorolitl Av, ml iolnliii; lliinnyi.
T.'EKPS for .ale thu he.t Beef. Pork. Mutton. Veal
Lamb, Siui.ae. Ac. nml 1. prepared to aurvo
mnillle in an neccpiunio niaiiner,
TEFK. CLARK, . ,
Decorative InpelB Hanger
A Sl'KUIALTY MAMC OK
' : -,,..'!' 1
Ola.iii'j; and KuiHomining,
Leave OntcM at Barclay' or Tarker'a Book Storo
. I0RNIXG, JANUARY 2,
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Livfupdoi., .I.-imrtiry 27. 2:fl0 r. M.
Whi:iit Q'iirt--Wiutri 8 i'l(j!ls SJ;
Sjiriii?, 'is 10l(jiis'; California avor-
ne, s (l.i (y,fis ;,; Cdlifomia dub
'Jb(g0H Oil. Corn new, pi r cental 4s Od.
ip.un M, 2:Js.
i Nr.W YORK tKAI.N.
; New York, .Iitnumy 27, 12:03 r. m.
Wlieut (iuict- No. 2 Chicago, 08(31 00;
No. 3 Milwaukee, 1 01jjl 0:); lleil Win
ter, $1 00(j,l 10) No. 2 Ked Winter,
1 OO'il U9 J. j'; No. 2 Amljcr, l 07.
1 Corn Quii-t atenmer, 40(!j4t(,14';
No. H, 4V-',' ; No. 2. 4S.
CHIC Mil) (.ItAI.N AND l'KODl CK.
Chicaoo, January 27, 10 a. m. Pork
M.uvli, ijs ti."i(.S 07-4'. Corn March,
.111,' hid; May, 35',. . Wh-rat-Fchrnary.
Chicaoo. January 27, 12 M. Pork
March, 7 5)7 i; Aj-ril, 8 Corn
Maivli, :)1 '4 c.31 : May, :)5;4'. Wlteat
Fuhruiiry, HO J ; Murelt ','4.
Spidal Conc.pomienre of Ihe Cairo Bulletin.
Waimni.tox, January 24, 179.
On thvauiendinents of the senate to the
counsulor ami diplomatic appropriation
bill the house yesterday yielded. It is al
most certain the house will yield to the
senate on the. Indian appropriation bill
So far, at thin session, it litis niven way to
the senate i.t all jxiinu. Tliis is to lie re
gretted, as every amendment of the senate
is in the direction ot an increase of the
amount appropriated. It would be better
if the policy of letting the senate have iu
own way is to prevail, that the house ap
appropriation committee m directed to draw
its bills ua-ler in.fructionsfrom the senate.
That wiiii!. 1 prvent the otherwise inevi
table teelinti of chicrin the inenihers of
that committee feel, t.fter laboring lmnl
through tlie ireis and day and night dur-
ngth se'sion, at seeing themselves invari
ably oveiTtili d.
The Army Appropriation bill will be re-
liorti-d to the house today, and Burnside's
army reorganization bill will lie the special
order in the senate There is, however, so
great a certainty that the latter bill can
not pass that the appropriation bill will
provide for the army as now organized.
The executive legislative and judicial bill
will be rcoi'tcil to the house to-morrow.
On this cxt'.'nded debate may lie expected
in both houses and unless the house Dem
ocrats have lost all courage they will resist
the eff irts sure to b made by the senate
to add to the sums agreed upon by the very
able and faithful hon ) committee ou appro
Much comment is made on the fact that,
of the five Kejuibliean senators elected dur
ing this week, four are pronounced Grant
and third term men. These arc Conkling,
tameron, tarpenter ami liOgan. mere is
also, now, some prospects that Pomcroy will
be elected in Kansas, and he, as is
known, was ote of the earliest
third termers. What Piatt, of Conn.,
favors is not known here, but if not
for Grant he will feel lovely among the late
ly elected s 'uatnrn. It is ot no use to sr.v
that these facts do not show n strong feel
ing, inside th.j R epublican party for Grant
They do show su,:!t a feeling, and in states
which will have powerful Influence in the
Republi.;an nominating convention.
To-day the senate committee on com
merce will decide whether or not it will
recommend the confnairtion of Mr. Hayes'
nominations for places in the X. Y. Custom
House. Senutnr Conkling is confident of an
adverse report from the committee, and of
rejrctionjiy the senate. Yesterday, in the
committee, replies were read from the dis
placed ollieials. to the charges made against
them by thu administration. There is now
a prospect that the Democratic Senators
will he divided on the subject, and that
enough of them will favor the nominations
Tlie most important undertakings have
small Wgmiiings. When Mrs. Elizabeth
Thompson op"ited her purse and called on
Dr. W.sidwintli to tii'deitako nn'iuvestiga
tioii of Yellow Fever with a view to its pre
veittion, few suspected ,that much perma
nent good might ' result The feeling
unionist well informed hits changed. If
congress, givs (-tVei-t to the reeoinineinta
tionst'f tWrnmnilsmoii so Ably presided
ovcr-hy Dr. Voodwoi th a barrier to the mi
restrained trimpH of yellow fever will most
certainly pnHt'nt' itsellV" Thu refrigerating
Htln vyhich ,r()f. (lanigee hits' desigiunUs
meeting 'wibi general approval and Mrs.
Thompson, xtu ure told, is exerting herself
In every waj) to luivo a praeticiil .huJ Who-
lleisl outeimii to nil the clfovls which have
been made al her Instigation, congress will
be nuked to
npproprlatii 3l!rt,0t)0 for, the
work' that; m
iy SvAiaj(bp ,iYcd null (ho
otitli inaintuin(l fri. fr-m (ffTlattt:ng ter
ror aipl almost aanuaHy reciimu- pi-nti-
HON. Ci:OR(.i W. WALL :OFI)U-
. ; . liUOIN.
A voiiKESiCiMiKKT .,f ti; DuCe'.fiin Tri
bune, who signs himself FairlV.x," says if
the people, were to Iw.ve it to him t mime
th(i;andidiU.d for tli'J su;rtiui bxnch in this
district, he would name Judge George W.
Wall, of DnQuoin. Another correspondent,
writing to the Perry County Democrat, und
signing himself "Rex"' objects to the can
didacy of Wall on the sore of expediency
because of his usefulness as Circuit and
appellate Judge. "Hex" saysi
"We lieheve it to be Judge tyuTs duty,
as well as uny other man's t J serve thu peo
ple in that capacity whom he can. do them
the most good. And we btii jvc that he
can do more good to a greater number of
people by remaining ou the circuit bench.
The supremo and appellate courts aro
courts of review, am', if wo have a good ra'ia
ble circuit judge, we would have fewer cases
go to the appellate and supreme courts.
I lie tewer cases appealed tiie bettor lor liti
gants and the people. Au l there are few
or many cases appealed jiut in proportion
to the cotidence, the litigants and the peo
ple have in the abiiiry ami inti grily of the
judge of the court, where fieir ease is tried.
In this respect J -idge Wall, we think,
would be a'ole tu ilo more for toe people
on the circuit bench than on t'.'.e supreme
bench. He is naturally a very cool and de
liberate man, and on the bench he preserves
a dignity which commands tl.o re6pect of
all who come ln-fore him. He never gets
so excited nor does business so hastily that
it is not well done, while ho is prompt and
energetic and dispatches business as rapidly
as any judge wo know of. There is no
bustle or confusion about it. Everything
is done in a good, easy, quiet and deliber
ate way that impresses everybody with a
feeling that they nro in the presence of a
court. His opinions arc madi after
a patient hearing of the facts connected
with the case, and mature deliberation and
applications of the principal of the law to
the facts adduced. He is therefore most
generally correct, and but few appeals would
oe taken from ins judgement.
And while, as we said before, we think
he is entirely qualified to fill the office of
supreme judge, and we would not snatch
from him a single laurel, nor withhold from
him a single honor, if in our power to do so,
we insist that he 'shall remain upon the
circuit bench, and thereby save his con
stitttents from being burdened for the n"xt
nine years with a man who possibly might
tie in no way (planned. IT the circuit
courts of our fctate all had judges like
all, we would have less need of a supreme
The National Complaint. Dyspepsia
is the national complaint. Almost every
other man or woman you meet has it, and
the result is thr.t the number of pseudo.
remedies for it is as numerous us Pharo's
host. They are for tie; most part worthless.
There is, however, a searching eradicar.t of
this distressing and obdurate malady, one
of whose genuine merits long since raised
it to a loremobt place among the staple
medicines of America. Hostetttr's Stom
ach Hitters extirpates dyspepsia with greater
certainty and prompitnde than any known
remedy, and is a most genial invigorant,
appetizer and aid to secretion. These arc
not empty assertions, ns thousands of our
countrymen and women who have
experienced its effects arc aware, but backed
up by the irrefragable proofs repeatedly
laid before tho public. The Hitters also
promote a regular habit of Ixxly and give
a healthful stimulous to the urinarv organs.
Sot'TH America and Sovthkiin United
States. Owing to the wann and delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from Mrpid livers, indigestion, mid all dis
eases arising from disordered stomach and
bowels. They should, of cours", at all
times keep the liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend Tabler's Vege
table Liver Powder; taken in time, it will
often save money and much suffering.
Price ,10 cents, llarclay Brothers, agents,
The Hi'ckeyk. -It is a well established
fact, that Tabler's Uuckeye Pile Ointment
will cjc. if iisnd according to directions.
.EsculuT llippociistani'.m, or Horse Clics
nuts, commonly known as the Buckeye, has
been highly esteemed for many years,
owing to the fact, that it possesses virtues,
lying in the bitter principle called Esoulln,
which can be utilized for the cure of Piles,
If' affected with that terriMo disease, vise
Ruckeye Pile Ointment and he relieved.
Ihn'clity Brothers, agents, Cairo, Ills.
LAWS FOB TRAVELERS
1. No one can recover for an injury of
which his own 'negligence was the whole or
in part the proximate cause.
i. A person who rides on a railway en
gine, knowing it to be contrary to the rules
of the company, and is injured thereby,
cannot recover i'or such injuries. ,;
'i. When passengers aru carried and
charged fare, In a caboose car, attached to a
frelgjit train, they have the same right to be.
earned safely as if going In regular passen
ger cm; and the snino. applies in case of- a
gravel train H . , , ' . , -, i . i
4. And Hvheii' ' totocoiidueinr, though'
against flui ntlc'l lowed a passenger to
trawl, it a freight-qnr. charging him a, first
'class fare, it wo held that', thu company
w'ero.Ti.atilo for Injuries the 'passenger re
ceived. And lint same whtn the romlm tor
of a coal train invitd a man- to rllj on his
train, and charged him nothing." ,
3 Passengers have no right to pass ironi
car to car, unless for souvi reambtn W.t7?ti-TIT? x'" ' 1 . ' oV 7". " V V
pde., A to whaMl reasonable, p. I.Vu,r 'SNli-91..;- P'.s;-...
'.Lt''Kvr' ' , ,: '.li t3v:V:v:.vrVv.-;.
NEW . SERIES -NO. 187
0, Any one permitted to ride m a train
as a passenger, although ho has not paid '
his fare, is entitled to demand and expect
the same immunity from peril as if he had
paid his faro before injury. And so it one
is injured by the culpable negligence or
want of skill of tho company's servants, he
is entitled to recover for injuries although
ho is in common speech a ''dead head;"
7 A newspaper reporter traveling on a
free ticket, although borrowed of another;
the president of ona company riding by re-,
quest of tho president nt an-.ther, a mail
clerk, traveling in charge f the mail bags,
and a child tor whom no faro has been paid
wcfe'all held entitled to damages when in
juredr Nor does tho fact that a train has
been hired for an excursion excuse the
negligence, or remove the liability of tho
Ci-re ok Dhinki.no. "A young friend of
mine was cured ot an insatiable thirst for
Liquor, that had so prostrated hU system
that he was unable to do any business, lie
was entirely cured by the use of Hop Bit-
ters. It allayed all that burning thirst;
took away the appetite, for liquor; made his
nerves steady, and ho has remained a sober
and steady man for more than two years,
and has no desire to return to his cups,
and I know of a number ot others that
have been cured of drinking hv it." From a
leading R. II. Offlcer, Chicago, Ills.
Cork; rno.N in our National affairs bus
the same ( ffct on tho Government that a
severe cough or cold has upon the human
system. Political reform in the former and
Dr. Piuil's Cough Syrup in tho latter case
will remedy thu evils. All druggist's sell
it for 25 cents a bottle.
A Caiid. To all who arc suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will cure
you, kree ok charge. This great remedy
was discovered by a missionary in S ni,h
America. Send a half-addressed envelope to
the Rev. JotsETH T. Inman, Station D. llible
House, New York City.
Important to those wishing to save mon
ey in purchasing their winter boots and
shoes. Wc have on hand and are still re
ceiving, a complete assortment of men's
boots and shoes, ail styles and sizes, of the
best St. Louis and Cincinnati hand-made
goods, which we sell lower than ever lie
fore, and lower than like goods can be ob
tained anywhere in the city. We also
have a good line of ladies shoes of the best
manufacture, from a fine kid sewed, to a
course grain pegged shoe, all sizes, sold
very close. C. Kocn,
No. 1)0 Commercial
Fifth and Sixth street.
Dissolution Notice. The firm of O.
Haythoru & Co. is this day dissolved. 5.
F. Livingston retires. O. Haythoru will
continue the business, collect all monies
due the firm, pay all debts, and sign the
firm name in settlement.
B. F. LlVINtiSTON.
Branch Okkick of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Ambrose Pyatt keeps a full supply of
all the Text Books used in the Cairo public
schools, lie is also supplied with Pencils,
all grades of Writing Paper, everything in
fact that enters into the outfit of school chil
dren. Foil a good shave for ten cents, a goisl
hair cut for twenfy-fivo cents, go to Henry
Schick's bulier shop. No. 142 Commit ial
Coal! Coal. F. M. Ward has on hand
the best quality of coal for sale at the mar
ket price. Very low. He will soon have
a large stock of wood of all kinds, lie is
well known to every body and we trust
he wiil receive his full share of pa
tronage. Free Oyster Lunch, every night at
half-past eight o'clock, at Harry Walker's
The Bulletin building dining room
is now open for the accommodation of day
boarders'. Application for board can lie
made at The Bcixetin office. Terms,
$:i..V per week. ' J. HiNson. '
Free oyster lunch at half-past eight,
o'clock, every night, at Harry ( YValkcr'a
Crvstal saloon. ' ' ' ' "
JcsT received. at Tiik Bulletin oHjoc: n; ,
: 20 Reams extra heavy letter heads. , , .
j :j() note " "
, 1 20 thousand U and H lb bill heads. '' :
; 20 Reams statements. ,, .. i ,..
15 Reams bills lading.
' A large lot of linen letter ' ami 'nolle'"
heads. .','.. ' : v ' vl.
; 30 thousand. XX Mvhito and umber tn-...
velopes, best quality, . forjthe .Cairo trade. '
; Blank btsiks in stock or" mado ,to ohVi vl
by. Ambrose Pyatt. Paper Boxes innnutaiv- s'l
turod to order. Call at the Butletln IJuIld-yj., 4
ing, or, address him through i-tho pustothV'. ,.
' ' FwsVt ovsVkin lX'N'cir ovety Wglit.et half'- '
nnst i eight o'clock, " is Spread-' hy."IIn 'V, j-ii ..
tfr;'' -'-' ',' -- g.:.,'l 'v.C,- a, m.v mi
? Axu'the, finest' brands of pigafc -.nfiW. t
Uipcovliuq t and plug,. .tnVcnchanm,, amj ,. ' ,.vA
4)pier)pile,Ktig.ir ImUlerrycto., etc, a largo ( ( f
Mil) yariwl Ktix'kj.forajo, at wlioU'wilo ,.aiv ,-,
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