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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MOKMX(VRPT J8T0i
fPHE GREAT J.l.uuu Jw.mv,
For the cure of nil dli-eime, hi Wm trim J"Mrn
k:.HMl. mid for liiviK..riintt n.l iienul ien nk. tho
"ili.lorp.i.. Aroy...i weak, m-rvoui.. .U l.ilim
Llr...l-.inii.intdr lliiv- vmi lo-t your tippetl e
lluvr vu ihuim-h. piiln In Hie Hii.-k. iivl II hi. nr.
LIwIm v l'l"l Kfuri'lu-r will drive out tin; (IIhcio.1!
ndlriMX Iw' k I'"' I11"""1 "f ll'""1';
flo-.li.. Krv.i-1. Tetter. Suit ltlieutn. ,V-.. m e but
i. . ... i,;,iir..i.n. i.r llluo.l PiwnH'i n ml lir. l.iuil-
.y-i. ninod S.-.,r.-ln-r. hy piirit'viuc tin; ""'
rn'the-kln mid beimliue. Hi" t.iiMilt x)ni. Hod
V oil tlni!f,'li. $1 'Mp'rnoioe. "
Proprietor. I'iltlmrtf, l'u. lliirrlny Urun
ELLER'S CUU (ill SYRUP.
Ovor hnlllrmilil. It In the miit pp-amnl
fi,U popular rene-dy l.ir c.iie. "'"Id"' Lroiip.
llnnrin.'H. on.l nil lluwil mi.l limu' dinni-en. U"
r. n In hi..' for Imir n .-.iniirv. lni.turs re.-oimm' .1
nil invH-rilx'lt. .1. K. Yoiiiimu. Lou I '
'.v,: "It Hivnl mv iwoelilldreti Ironi tin- kniu.
AL. Slmmoiii.. of IH.ltlni.ire. Md Ihi .' '
will run' the worst i-..ii'Ii fill mi ilnil.'ly. Ask om
JruVrfrt. rB-wral Hoiekeep,, Tor It Mm tak.' im
"lli.-r. I'ri.-e. '.'v.. VI.. hii.I U lr Im h'. Send
or circular. II K. Seller i'. Af!'1,
ritlnbiirK. l'u- H" luv Hr.'- A-nit. nil').
EAT J I DEFEATED.
Kor over V"
,,,r SKI.I.KIi'S l.lVKIt 1'll.l.s linvo
iiinliird r. iiu-.ly tor Liver J unililnlMt.
rillll III Pliounn in vi
lUc'L.llllz.iiion, routed Ton Hue. lever Bii.l AU ...
od nil dl..e arUii k I. '"W l" 1 '
j.lv.r or Stoma.- i. Tiioiim A.Iuhsh. of Ilia Sn ml),
t. L. .S..1I...- K I'ill- llllVl- SHVe'l bundled ol
cirilVniH iu ilni-tor' hill ill tlii- .-oiiutrv.
M'liiTi. .v i o.. IM-oprl.-ior. riiiMinrs. I"
linn... Aa.'iitH. Cairo.
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Conne m Mvk ll.'il.biln
H. BRYANT, M. D.
oprk'R: Kii;lith mul VVuin;;tou
lffl li.mi-. a. m. to UP. m.
KKSlUE.NC'K:-roni.-r Nineteenth nnJ M'ulf
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llomcoiwtliic.rii.vsifiini ami Siii'irpnn.
130 Cimim.'rrliil avntw. Il.-iih-nro rorii.'r
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K. SMITH, M. D.
omi-o nnrt K.-sltlcm-c:
vli. E. W. WlUTUJCk,
Oftk k No. Vf, C'omnmrcliil Avi'iiun, hetweun
Kit'tith imil Ninth sttwu
Ji. W. C. JOCELVN,
1 ) li NTIST.
OFFICE Eis-lith Street, mar ('oniincrciM Avenue
IN EC! AH k IANSDEX,
Cl-'KICK No. Ill Ooinmercisl Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN;
l'linnls wcro pn-Kont the fuin'ial n iccsoion
i-cintuining m less tliiin tlnii fourteen
Tlic licyiia of culorcil pooplo from tlic
South is exciting grave tiiiprclii'iisions, but
cliicfly t"v tho fate of til.- colore! pcojili!
The contest for Hie City Clerkship
promises to be still further complicated by
the appearance of one and possibly two new
Sir. P. A. Consult has rented Dr. Wurd
ner's residence; property at the corner of 19th
and Washington, and will make it his
Judge. iMarchildon informs us that tho
wheat prospects were never liner. Every
where the promise of a bigfyicld is most
The Arlington house is undergoing a
general overhauling, and will bo turned off
of the hands of the painters, paper hungers,
et als, good us new.
John Iv odder has named his saloon the
"Palace." I f anybody is curious about, the
mutter, ami wants to know why it was bo
named, let him ask John.
The W. P. llalliday, arrived here yes
therday morning, after having made a very
satisfactory trip to New Orleans, alike in
point of speed and otherwise.
The street scraper has been put to a
verv good use on some of the uptown cross
streets. The streets have been greatly im
io nved in imne ur.'inee und in fact.
T 11. MAUJ.A-S, i'., ......
. Tlie light and music that cume out ot
Turner hall, last night, was not indicative
of a ball, as many supposed. It wus-simply
iv meeting of I'rofcssoi Hardy's gentlemen
The work of cleaning up is making
fair progress. It would hurt none, however,
to infuse a little more activity. There is
much to bo done, before we can safely in-
Ol .1. ........... I.. 4l...
DU. E. W. WIUTIAJCIV, ifu weieea .11 me; .-Huue.
Hiin ITi.nrv l?iltnr u'nii lirnil.rlit liefiiro
VI. V .- J ...... n"-
Squire Osborn, yest.'r.biy evening, on a
charge of drunkenness. Henry's intoxica
tion proved to be plain, and tho moderate
JjR. . C pi-nalty of one dollar and costs was in
In stock speculation, a thousand dol
lars are sometimes made from an invest
ment of one hundred. Send to Alex. Froth-
T IN EC! AH ii EASS-DluA, ingham it Co., brokers. Vi all istreet ."Sew
J V..l. I-.,.. .1.,,;,. U,.,.M,. Vtn.infi'il Unnni'l
lili, in men o n iimiv n.i i'-i'u"i
The four candidates for the office ot
City Treasurer arc running an easy, quiet
good nature.! contest. We haven't heard an
ill word that one has spoken of the other;
hut the time for ugly stories has scarcely
The Fourth ward has abundance of
material out of which to manufacture good
aldermen; but it is of the modest, retiring
kind. The question with the voters is not
which of the many shall we choose; but
who can we persuade to accept.
There was a tremendous crowd at the
skating rink, at the regular weekly enter
tainment Thursday night, and those who
were there declared that they had a glori
ous good time ot it. The bottle skating of
Frankie Walker was warmly applauded,
and deserved it.
We hear it stated that the Woman's
Club and Library association of this city
propose to bring to Cairo, soon aVmt the
10th ol April - a lecturer of national repu
tation no less a personage, nxlee.l, than
Mrs. Elizabeth duly Stanton. We foretell
an enthusiastic greeting for the distin
The Chester Claiion, ErM St. Louis
lla.ette, lV'lleville Advocate and Peny
County Democrat all speak in highly com
plimentary tiTiul Judge Wall, as u prob
able candidate for the Supreme Judgeship.
They can say nothing in c.vtiollatioii of his
ability as a lawyer that The IiU.i.ktin will
not endorse, cordially.
It is explained 'hat the stoning of the
Fall's hotel, the other night, wns not inten
tional; that an owl was perched in a neigh
boring tree, and that a crowd of boys and
men gathered and pelted the owl. mid their
missiles in iheeiidiiiu. may have struck the
hotel. From the information we received
we are inclined to think they did strike the
The office of the marine surgeon, in
this city, put out the insignia of mourning,
yesterday, in ropert for the memory of surgeon-general
J. hn M. Wood-worth, who
died a few days ago. in Washington city,
He was chairman of the National Sanitary
commission, and it is lin'Mglit that his. leath
it- ascribablc to overtaxed mental and phys
For a complimentary m-hsou pat to the
1 skating rink, including all courtesies of the
! rink, the editor of The Pri.nns and his
' family have to thank the proprietor. Mr.
l'ettit. We are, no doubt, a very graceful
skater, on roller skates; and when we sup
ply ourselves with n good, strong pair of
pantaloons, we intend to show it our
Hoilbv nil kl-iit'C vt'n ini nn
The latest death in tlin marine hospital ' . , . . ,
of this city, was that of John It. Gillam, ' -At,,hl' mUn "! "' M' Mi, !"
which occurred on Wednesd.iv lf. I ' "l l"" " "" nj'i.
OFKH'lAI. I'Al'KKOK ALEXANDER ( Ot STT
Only Moniinff Daily i Southern Illinois.
you MA von.
V'c nr gulliorlzed to nnnimiKV Hint Ciipt. N. 1!
Ohistujwood l n cundUltite for tun ollU-e of Mayor.
HTY ATTOUN EY.
Wc oro BHlhorkod to announce that Wii.lum
IIkmuhick will 1- a ainrii.liiU' ut the i nuln vily
tli-i'lion for the. oftiw of City Attorney.
( ;ITY TltEAsVKEU.
We are nitlliorized V imiioiince 111.' winic ofAl.--Rr.iii'oiNiisiiia.Viil'lial!lurl'")'
tho onuuiiis city l-f1loii.
Wc sr.' ntliorlze.1 to anni tincc tho name of W.M.
TruL. liuihixik a iiin.lidiile for tlw ullh-o of I'lly
'i'rtuHirer, at the fusuhig clmrler i-K-etimi.
We arc nuthorled to iinmniiii-e that Xln.i: V.
TAnKkll Is amnilUliit'L at the cn-nliif city clectlou,
lor the ollke of I it)' 'l'li'iiMircr.
Enrron r.i i.i.KTi-: l'leaso aiiiiiv.uiv tlint 1 am it
4-ainlUliiif lor the offlrp of t ity Tnafuivr, lit the
i,iroi.i uii)! city election,
We are nutliori.e.l to announce W. F. Si-m-rkKus
a ran.li.lin.i for City Cl. rk ut the ncproai-hintf
We nrff aiilliorlned to announ.-e Lm-i I,. D.ivi
an a candidate for City Clerk ill the cn.-iin mu
liv.rf niiiliiiri.L'il to annonnrr .tons TV l'im.i in
a candidate for rccifclioti to the oftin-of I'ity
Clerk at the api'roachini.' municipal elcclioc.
We authorlncd to announce that William II. llo r.
a iKiidldate for tho office of City Clerk, Wllie en
IOR A1J)EHMAN-KI1WT WAItP.
Mh-iiati. J . Howi.kv iii ii ciinilidnlf for Aldtrmau
for Uie First wurd.
Kiun-ai iirnn, (
Caiko. 111., Nin. li a i. IhTM.
Tiine" liar! Ther. lium Wind. Vcl. Wentli-'r.
: a m
Maxinmni Tcinp.-ratnr.'. W: U'tilniiitii
peraiurc, ST: iiaiulail. 0 CO Luch.
W. II. HAY,
Seru't Signal C'orv, I.'. S. A.
J The Bulletin Business OUieo has
been removed to the corner room, formerly
occupied by I'yatt & Co.
The stock for the Thistlewood brothers'
livery stable ka commenced arriving.
Henry Schick publishes a notiea else
where to which vrc invite the reader's at
tention. Died, yesterday morning nt half past
twelve o'cliK'k. inlant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. .I.E. Parks, aged eight months.
.Wa orn . I ...
" B'7 ; "T"nR' "e handsomely entertained, bv a solo by Miss
merely mention U M a fact thst T.i kBili.k- ,,,,;,, m.,- , ,,',... .,.
j Williamson, tlie crowd present was very
Tin pressman is without a peer in the State
Hattie MeKee; and another bv Mr. Jolin-
; kon, followed by a duet, sung by tho wime
! Parties. IMmin nlnvimr l,v t;u l-.,:
-The Misses Andrews here on a visit to ; Ban-lay and MrEtigen F.ilis',st,tu.ed a
Mr.. Thomas I enHolwo.nl. bit for their very enjoyable teat.ire of the occasion,
home in Centralia, by the yesterday after- m. . . , t ,, , .
noon train. : -M -Michael J, Howley ,s a candidate
; for Alderman In the First Ward. There is
-Mr.. John Bourgeois, who died of puer- , not a better m,m for the position j ,h0
pcral ferer, wa. buried in tho Beven-inilo , ward. He is cnpabln and ,nr.t-l,.
(fr?e ywd, Thursday. A lragc number of
hobby, and would bring to the discharge of
his duty, a desire to advance the interests of
the city, morally as well as materially. His
conduct would be shaped by good judg
ment, and take him all in all, he would bo
a useful man in the council.
The; Clara Wildman comedy troupe
played to ciowdcd bouses in Padueah, dur
ing its three nights stay there, ami gave
unbounded satisfaction. Tin; company
played in Metropolis, last night, and will
probably hold forth there again this even
ing. Metropolis is, compared with Cairo,
a small place; but it is spoken of an "ex
cellent show town."
Tho property owners on Washington
avenue between Nineteenth and Cross
streets declare that tho sidewalk on that
stretch of street was needlessly condemned,
that it is in very fair order better than
thousands of feet that remain uncondeiiined,
and good enough for two or three years
service yet, if repaired a little. In view
of these lacts they i'eel inclined to remon
strate against paying for new walks.
John Murphy was brought befon
Squire Robinson, yesterday, to answer a
charge of vagabondage. During the trial
it came out that Murphy was not only
chronic vagabond, but the chap who had
appropriated and tried to make away with
Captain Williamson's bucket of butter. He
was fined $20 and costs, and will render
the equivalent of twenty-three days work
about tho city, and confinement in the cala
Quite a large crowd of colored voters
gathered at the barracks night before last.
The meeting was held in the interest of no
particular candidate, but for consultation
and advice. Mr. Thistlewood made a few re
marks, ami two or three colored men spoke
but nothing was done to indicate a purpose
to concentrate ou any particular candidate.
As there is no purpose to introduce poli
tics into the contest, the colored people will
There was a coll ison on the C. it V.
railroad in the upper part of the city, about
11 o'clock Thursday night, which hnppcn
in this wise. Tho engine that brought in
the 10 o'clock train was backing up, and
tho switch engine with a Hat car ahead was
backing down. At the heavy incline ut:J4th
street the two engines came together with a
bump that sadly demoralized the flat-car
between them. Beyond the injury sus
tained by the flat-car the damage was tri
fling. There was a goodly crowd at Ueforin
Club Hall, last night, notwithstanding the
threatening chaiucter of the night the la
dies, as usual, predominating. The Rev.
Mr. Whitaker, of the M. E. church, was
introdued to the audience, and made n very
entertaining and effective speech. He was
the only speaker of tho occasion. At the
close of his remarks seven persons added
tlreir names to the pledge live ladies and
The funeral rites over the remains of
Mrs. William O'Callahan will lie held to
day. The body will be removed from the
Ihmidc. nt the roiner of Fourth nn.l Com
mercial, at 8 :!() o'clock this morning, and
conveyed to St. Patrick's church where ap
propriate services will lie hel l. At halt
past. 2 o'clock p. in., the cortege will leave
the church for the special train, which
will carry the remains to Villa lodge.
where they will be interred, The friend- of
the family are respectfully invited to attend.
The great criminal lawyer, Justus Cun
ningham, is usually sought after in all
those cases that involve great questions of
law tho.se cases to which our imperftct
statute law cannot be adjusted. Cases of this
kind, cases that bis clients are unwilling
to confide to other bands have kept him so
busy, of late, that he has had no time to
devote to the contest in which he prop. sen to
engage for tho City Attorneyship, of Cairo.
But mark it, when he does let loose, he'll
make up for lost time.
It is a fact that admits of ready veri
fication that while it is possible far a cand
idate for office to be elected in Cairo, with
out announcing in Tun 1!cli.i;tin, it is one
of the hardest things in the world to beat a
candidate who does announce. Men who
properly estimate the value of an announce
ment in our columns never place it below
one hundred votes. Think of it, now. gen
tlemen, who long for olllce and spoils; in
what other way could you secure one hun
dred votes so easily and cheaply?
A tramp called at tho door of a quiet
looking dwelling house, on the ivcst side,
yesterday, about dinnertime, and knocked.
Receiving no response, he knocked louder.
Concluding, finally, that there was nobody
in the house but n scared woman and a
lot of children, he gave the dour a storm of
whacks that seriously tried its hinges, when
it suddenly ll. w open, and Mr. Tnunp stood
face to face, not with a trembling woman,
hut a policeman. The fellow's quills fell
immediately; and the policeman recogniz
ing him as un inveterate vagabond, gave
him a chance for his liberty, which was
that he leave the city before nightfall. The
"stay" was gladly accepted, and true to his
promise the door-banger left the citv.
Our city readers will readily cull to
mind the shooting scrape at our landing
during which a colored iniin named Jerry
Wurd, recei tuft a bullet in his breast that
was intended for another man. Ward was
conveyed to his home in Padueah. and was
so seriously wounded that his physicians
gave it out that he could survive only R few
days; hut Ward was poscsscd with more
vitality than anybody supposed. To tho
surprise .of the whole nitilical fiuuilty the
in. i i
iciiow survivcu until nays nail res.v
themselves into weeks, and ho was
alive. But on Wednesday last, after thir
or forty days accute siiftcring, ho died. Hi
was a colored Mason, and was well cared
lor the while, and his body was put away
after the manner of thut order.
General Bill Anderson, of Mt. Vernon,
in his unxiety to get rich suddenly, has in
vested a portion of his means in a villago
newspaper office. Ho has, we understand,
purchased the material and good-will ot
thcMt. Vernon Free Press, and will devote
the paper to tho hopeless task of infusing a
little life into tho squelched skeleton ol the
Greenback party. Tho General "" 01
ability is an effective stumper, and is in
dustrious and generally popular. But all
these qualities do not guarantee him suc
cess in the field of journalism. He will
find himself lacking in the one great essen
tial to success a practical knowledge of
the business. To the manager of a news
paper this knowledge is like tobacco to the
inveterate chewcr. When absent it admits
of no substitute.
An old negro man who resides in the
upper part of the city, took a girl to raise
some years ago. and, as is usually the case,
time had the e fleet of developing the girl
into a young woman, and as is usually the
case again, the young woman was not un
conscious of the fact. Being a young wo
man it followed as a very natural conse
quence that she commenced ogling the
voungnien of her color. One young man be
came a regular visitor. Months passed, not
neglecting in their passage to tell an ugly
story ou the young folks. Yesterday morn
ing the young man dropped in, and the old
man being at home, was not at all plca-
ccl to see him. On the oontraiv
he whipped out a rather ugly lookingknil'
and making a rush for the visitor, he
"cleared that kitchen'' in very short order,
The young man being fleet of foot, soon o,,t
out of harm's way; and the old man return
ing to the house, found his ward, not in
tears, but grinning a broad-mouthed grin
at the old man's futile rage. "I j.ss
kotched that chile,'' observed the old fel
low, "and I guv that grinnin motif sich a
siuackinas no mouf he, had since grinnin
motifs was invented."' And thus was the
unchasteness of that colored female pun
ished! Had she prestrved her purity sin
would not, now, bo musing a "smacked
Wc have, since the first of the year
received several letters from different part?
of the country, making inquiries respecting
the ability and inclination of our city anil
countv to meet their obligations to the
holders of their bonds. An old gentleman
writing us from Brooklyn, New Voik, un
der date of 18th in.-t., says that, "in the
year 1SCI), I bought some of the Cairo im
provement bonds, issued to Fox, How ard A:
Co., for street filling, etc. 1 was
assured they were a safe invest
ment and I put about all my . life
long savings in them. The interest was
paid to August 1870, but none since that
time. If you will inform me what the city
proposes to do rejpectiiig these bond-, I
will esteem it a very great favor and remain
your debtor." To this w riter and others in
interest, we have to say, that the city of
Cairo has made to the holders of her bonds
the be-t offer that she can make, with any
likelihood of carrying it out. She ha.s
agreed to substitute new, six per cent
twenty yeur bonds, for the old ones, at the
rate of ."j") cent- on the dollar, tho new-bond-
to cover all arrearages of interest as
well us principal--the city to commence
paying off the new bonds at once, and to
make such payments annually as will pi,y
the whole amount in nineteen years and six
months. This arrangement is being consum
mated through the American Funding com
pany, of New York. The city being satis
fied that it can do no more than is embraced
in this oiler, will resist the payment of
either the principal or interest of bonds in
the hands of those who refuse to accept it.
Parties who, like the Brooklyn gentleman,
have received seven years' interest, will, by
accepting the proposition, receive back
more than the amount of their original in
vestment. Hundreds of our citizens doubtless
saw the country wagon with the barrel
frame bed filled with-hickory baskets. The
baskets were the handiwork of the fathrr
and son who accompanied the wagon. Be
ing unable to dispose of the load in time
to leave the city, before night
fall the two drove to Swobo
da's wagon yard and put up for tho night.
Early Thursday morning the baskets were
sold yielding the handsome sum of filty
fbur dollars. This sum the young man put
in his pocket, and, wandering out in town,
soon met the cleverest kind of a fellow
one that "froze to him" right away, and
put him in a way to double what ever
money he might have, in less than an hour.
What the details of that "way" were wo
could not learn, for the basket youth was
determinedly reticent. It is very positively
known, however, that in less than three
hours he returned to his father without a
dollar, The old man was hurt, became fu
rious, then silent. The making of tho
baskets had consumed all the spare time
ho had during the winter. Ho had had de
pended upon tho money they would
bring him, to purchase his seed, buy his
spring (supplies and pay his taxes, and now
every dollar of it was gone had passed to
the hands of a villian. He had worked all
winter, in truth, to furnish the dirtiest scoun
drel in the country enoHgh money for two
days' dissipation 1 The thought was quite
a m il t i;
v. . I
, juit is
claiming to be,
the city, and is r,
hospital surgeo.i ui
cause his certificate
the proper holder. 1
hurt while in service, aifj"-
officers of the boat woiu"
be readily conveyed t- to
hospital. He claims that he VRVPn
r iv,..;... 1, l, I, ',,1 ,l,l wilu
Ull.llil 1'a.i.--, muw iiv. i,t... ...... . .A
different stories, that it is qtiiti
form anv sati-factorv eonclusi
his right to hospital tixatmci0"4
wise. His leg is badly injury
swollen, and unless treated soon .c
him. It would be but a ship .
some sympathizing person to . I
a letter to the officer of the
which he claims that he was afi(il
certain whether he is really eilrfl,.,j
pital treatment oris a pitil
Meanwhile his condition will pi
sure him food enough to fi;
ff at any point execj.'S a day.
or some other city v2Lvert,
Till-; oldest friends are to-day the
e-t friends of Dr, Bull's Coughtl
Tle y have proven its great word '
cases of cuighs, colds, hoarseness,
:.. .1.- .1 : i... i J
in uit- iinuiii, in n,i, em oi in.; or.,
tubes and lungs, etc.
FisiiiNd Tackle For professional or
ameteur fishermen. C. W. Henderson has
on hand the largest stock and greatest vari
ety of fish hooks, fish lines, reels, rod,
flies, etc., etc., ever brought to this market,
all selling at "rock bottom prices." Also mi
immense stock of pistols at the lowest
prices way down !
A. Hali.ky, the Commercial aveuuc Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His rook fctoves
are iimoiig the latest and best patterns ami
are not excelled as bakers by anyifiing in
tho market; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer und use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it an
object to call and examine. Everything
else low to suit the times.
FOU UK XT.
Cottatre on Tenth street, No. 30. I'onnewiiou
ulven April Int. Oood . Mem ami out Iiouk.-a on
tho prenilH.'ii, Apply u. it door, number 32. TenU
Kln.-ft, K. A. II U UN LIT.
PAINTS, OILS. WALL PAIT.U. KTC.
JJ.F. I LAKE,
PuintSjOils, Varnishes, Pius1ioh
Window Glass, Window Shadffi, Etc.
Alwnyi on band the celebrated n.i c!Ntiii
A u l'Ofii
Dross' Biill.linc. Com-1.
iiii'rnnl Ave.. I
Henhy Siiick adopts this method ftKW YORK STOKK,
form his friends and the public, that h'
quit the manufacture and sale of of c.j WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
at wholesale, and will hereafter devntr i
attention to his barber shop. He w ill gin-
customers his personal attention. His
retail cigar stand will be maintained, as
Tiut Miitru l'ltovoKiNo comedian, Mi.
Kenneth Cyril is still mukfng proplc laugh
at the Theatre Comiqtie, and he is pro
nounced by all to be the finest Irish come
dian that has ever graced the lourds of a
Cairo theater. Don't fail to see him.
Lost. On Wednesday, a lady's car ring,
amethyst setting in plain circle on chased
gold. The finder will be suitably rewarded
by returning the same to
Mns. Samckl P. Wui.ki.eh.
I want To m v a House, about U rooms,
will' pay cash if suited. Call at 1 Ohio
levee. G. M. AI.IU.N.
For Sai.k Ciikvi'. The residence of
Mr-. Wittig. between Fourth and Fifth
streets on Washington avenue. Apply at
Foil a good -have fur ten cent-, a g.'n.d
hair .-ut for twenty-live cent-, goto Henry
Schick's baber shop, No. 14;' Cominecial
mth nircit aud i
(-, K"VTIKli GO.
lu'iiicco when tow - -
'Seal of North Caii.lina" at Ha
WVXTKH io , V
A I.t.-lit Spring M non mul im! j:
Ii. --r ill the lliiili-tin nftlei- C, A III l;s K'J '.
CiIO.;.'!- on T. ,t!i t. No l. 1'in.m ...i
riv.-ti Apiii l-i tiuiiil .'ii-ii-ri: nini out l.u!i-- ,
tho pi'-mi-Apply uvxt ilm.r. miui'-'-r :..'. Vi"
tr'-..t. :. a i!n:m
Foil Ciikm' LrMiiKi:, good iiimb. r and
all kinds of lumber, go t t.'ie Cairo IV. &
Basket Co. They have it all kinds and ail
dimensions, at lowe-t market prices.
t Fiiist class cut card- at tin- Hm.iktin
office at St. Louis wholesale prices, l'rii.t-i-.ig
$1.1)0 tn l..-)0 per thousand.
TAINTS. OILS. A ,, I'AIT.R. ITC.
nu.r.s at Ti iggs gion rv
R. Jont.s has on hand for the t;.t. (,f
!,, F, I'.LAKK,
Window (ilass, Window Shades, Etc.
customers, the very best leathi
material for line and heavy binds and -hoes
ever brought to this section. His work- j
men are first class. His woik tin.' very'
best and prices as low as tin-lowest. Sat
isfaction guaranteed in all ca-. s.
j Always on hum! Uiu cikUmud i;.i.iui:.ai
llross' Iltiil.tinc, Com-1
nieiTiiil Ave.. i
LuMUKii. Parties in need of Si.lewajk
and Curbing Lumber, can be accommodated
by calling at the lumber yard of J. S.
McGahey. Also building material of nil
kinds at juices to suit the times. Lumber
sold in car load lots at bottun prices.
J. S. McG.UIKY.
N'OTK I-:. TO Al.l.WIlOM IT MA V COM l.K.N I
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any ,,ne
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attache.! to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. llniM-.TT.
A. Mahx is now in New York buying
his new stock of clothing and gents furnish
ing goods. Marx has by strict attention to
business and fair dealing with his custo
mers, placed himself in the front rank
ahead of nil competitors in the business;
his goods arc always of the latest styles
and best quality, and prices the lowest.' It
will pay you to wait for him.
$M Rkwakd.-TIi above reward will be
paid to any person who will give informa
tion us to who htole a lot of hides and calf
skins from Kynaston's & Smith's slaughter
house, on the night of the 27th of Febru
ary. 1H?!). Kynaston k Smith!' "
March 4th, 171).
ExvKwrs printed Ht the Bl'li.ktin otliee,
1.00 perM. Envelops furnishod at, St.
Louis wholesale List prices for the next HO
TEW YORK STOllK,
W1I0LKSALH AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety .Stock
i.v Tin: city
GOODS SOL?) VKKYimSK
Cor. Mn.-lei'titli urci t art) i
Coinliien i'il Au,
C. O. PAT I Eli & CO.
xi: w ia x shop,
II, K. I.NCK,
NEW GUN SHOP.
for. Sixth St, a ml ronmierelul Avp.,
CA1IM), : : : ILMXois
Giihs, Pi-tols, Safes: and Locks Kt'imirotl. Is
Keys Miule to order.
CUUKK Hull I Nil ON IIMKACII LOAIMNll iifNs Ji
A SU'LUALTY. M
.ill nun, L'lin inir.-o vulLliu'lnrv ul ih, ...... u .
lliun ciui l). ebtwueit ill uuy oilirr'plHci! In tlui ( , )!