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healta, and ir jou aro wlthoot tt yon ran neither
ben borrow, bur nor ateal it. but you rau obtain il
by liatnn Keller'a Liver 1'llln. They tone up the
Uimach nd keep the howela In good order pro
due a healthy action In tbe liver, p" , jote dila
tion nit Itnuart vtaor to lh whole J1""V
KrlK. 8KL1.BRH & CO., .W- PlMbarft; p,
A GRAVE ROBBER CAUGHT.
The moat nucecMful (trave rohhor of the dav U
nn i.nim It v. Hvmeana of bin Blood bercnur
b haV robbed th. gravu of M
f a,.A,i. t'onmimiitinn. Hhematli'ni. Mercurial
4lMMf.ueormi Formation., Tumor, fcij P
)u, Jaundice, Fe ver and Ague, and n'ral I oil
Ity The blood la the lift-, and Dr. I. '"ffi,?"?
Searcher U the great life niwerver. .
Hampden, Ohio, aaya: ( 'leveland pbjal-Ian.
declared mr wife dylnz of consumption. By the
e of I)r. Llndner'a Wood r-earrbi r '
"red to health." J. K Brook. .'alncvl lo, Ohio.
My,? M Von a afflicted with acrofula of the
"orct form, and pronounced Incurab by aeveral
tohvalclana Uia life wan Mved by the uho of Dr.
ny bead waa completely cured by the tro of Dr.
Lindley'a Blood Searcher. S. Sarvcr. Pit tabnrsb.
Boll". Pimple, on the face, hal Kheum, Old
Sorea, and all Cutnneom. Kniptlons disappear 1 k '
maeicwheu the Wood Hcarcl.cr le uced. .See Urn
ournamo la on the bottom of the wrapper, tot
ale by all Druinrjst.
It. K. hKLLKKS Jfc CO.. Prop'nt. PilUburph. Pa.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL. PAI-EK OF ALEXANDER COVSTY.
Only Mornins Daily in Southern Illinois
We are authorized 'o announce thiit ('apt. N. B.
TuiBTtawoou ia a candidate for the olllce of .Mayor.
To TUB EDITOH Blll.MlTIN : ...
Please pay to the vhUts of Cairo tbnt I am a cand
idate tor re-election to the olllce of Mayor of the
City of Cairo If elected I iduill be pverncd by
the same aim and policicn that have hitherto cou
trolled me. l.'cspcetrully. etc..
We ve authorized to announce that Wii.i.iam
llEsnunK will lie a candidate at the cuenim; city
election for the oftlce of City Attorney.
We are authorized to announce, the name of V. C.
Bean an a candidate for the olllce of City Attorney
at theeUHUins city election.
Ve are authorUed to amiounec the nume of At.
pred t'omNua as a candidate tor City 'treasurer at
the en uinjr. city election.
We are athorl.ed to announce the name of Wal
ter L. rlUnTot. an a candidate for the olllce of City
Treasurer, a! the eimulnu charter flection.
We are authorized to announce thai Mii.m W.
Vahkrr a candidate, at the ensuing city election,
lor the office ul City Treuurcr.
Kurrnn Boi.'.etis: rh-nnc nnnnuiin: th" 1 am a
candidate tor the office ol ( Ity 'i'o-..c.rcr, . ,tu.
approactiiu" city election,
We arc actionized to announce tluit F. M.Waiii)
la a candidate for the otllce of Clly Treasurer, at I lie
pcadiim city election.
We are authorized tn announce W. F. Si iiikkkus
aa a caudidaie for City Clerk at the approai ulni
in uiiicipnl. Section.
We a:-e authorized to announce Loci" f.. Pavik
ae a candidate, tor City Clerk at the om-uinn inn
We are authorized to announce John 11. l'liiuis
an a candidate, for re-election to the office uf City
Clerk at the approaching iniinicipal election.
We authorized to announce that Wii.i.iam II. Howe
la a candidate for the olllce of City Clerk, atthe en
BUiti'' city clcctiou.
We are authorized to announce that Dksm T.
Kolkv Ik a candidate, at the ensuing city election
lor the office of City Clerk.
JOU ALDERMAN-FIRST WAKIt.
M11 it ,nl.il. IIini.fji I
candidate lur Alileruian
for the Kim ward.
LDKRM AS-SECOND WARD.
We are authorized to announce that It. Wooti-
ward in a ciindidate for the nftice of AUIcrmau lioiii
the Second ward.
Kmitor Uli.i.etin: I'leane announce me a cimdi
date lor re-election to the position of Aldcrniaii in
fcecoud ward. Wooo Ritteniioi'hk.
We are are authorized to annouure ttiat David
T. LiNKiiAii will tie a candidate at the eiiHuint!
city election for t ho olllce ol Alderman from Sec
We are authorized to announce I'ktkr N kvf n 11
caudidate for Alderiuuu from the (Second ward to
We are authorized to announce that C01, .Iimin
WdoD w ill he a candidate, at the eumiin election,
for Alderuiau from Hie Third Ward.
We are authorized to announce the name of Ed
kt Smith aa a candidate for Alderman fiimi the
LDERMAN- FOI RTH WAl'D.
We are authorized to unnounce that Danmri. .1.
Oai.i.HiAN i a candidate, at tin eniiiu election
f'ir Alderman from the Fourth ward.
We are authorized to announce that Ciiaim i:" O.
Patikii i a l auddiiliiie for re-eli ciion to the olllce
1 of Alderman for Ihe Fourth ward
J.DF.ltM.VX - FIFTH WAHD.
We are anthorlcd to announce Cium.r
cabtkh aH a candidate for re electiou to theolllee
of Alderman for the Fifth ward.
We are authorized to announce the name Kn t
B. I'mtit a au Independent candidate for Aider
man from the Filfh ward
SlUNAl OmT. I
Cairo, 111., April H. 1h7'i. 1
Tluje. liar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
21") pm 'MM
3:41 " 29 6t
Maximum Temperature. Jlinluium Tern-
paruure.. U 3 ; Uainlall, 0 OJ loch.
W. 11. WAY.
erg't Slunal t'oron, C. h. A.
Judge Mulkcy is nbscnt from tin- city
on jnofcsfioniil luiriincw.,
Elorfion Tickets One Doi.i.aii per
tbouKaml tit Tiik Bi lj.etin oflicc.
Jaiut'n ('. ( lurk, Ew.. iiniilciit of'tlic !
jrlisHiHHiinii (.i iitrul rnilniail, w:t- in the cilv 1
Only ix editors occupy scuts in Con
gress. The fortunate est apes of that class
of people is astonishing.
The Temperance Reform club, with
its new, useful and rather ornamental pn-ai-dent,
will meet this evening.
An mlvcrilsciueut in the column ot
ThB BULLETIN readies Ihe people -is seen
by everybody, and brings iKnintiful returns.
Lent parties abroad may claim the re
sult of tho Cairo election us a Republican
or Democratic victory, we give notice in
twiranoe, that politics are entirely ignored,
The fence an d plonk 1K in front "fl
the Thirteenth btreet school lioi,(. wwdc
molislipil none too soon, The siil' ftlk was a
constant nwiwv to tin- crowds of I'hililrcn
tliat daily thronged it. lVsidcs that, it was
John W. Trover, ex-mayor, cx-hankcr.
cx-aldnrman, ex-a "leat-many-tliin-s, of
Cairo, was in the city, yesterday. He
knows cvcryhwly. n"'1 cveryhody was glad
to meet him.
It is true -ftl though an unsol'd proh
lem in mental philosophy that the im
pulse to vote tickets printed at The Bul
letin ollice, is irresistable. Price only $1
Adelmsed, wretched, besetted white
wttman was taken to the calaboose yester
dar evening, for drunkenness. The negro
man with whom she was holding her revels
made his escape.
The election tickets the kind that will
be most numerous in the ballot box after
the polls are closed are printed at The
Bulletin job rooms, at the very reasonable
rate of oue dollar per thousand.
Only two or three men in the service
of the Illinois Central here were restricted
to a reduced number of working hours.
The balance were subjected to a square cut
down of pay, to the extent we indicated.
Tli' Illinois Central stock pens have
been put in good order, mid some very sen
sible improvements made, with a view,
probably, to the transaction of an exten
sive business in the rcshipment of Texas
Boys, white and black, from the age
of four to fifteen were brim-full of enthusi
asm last night, yelling for their favorite
candidate with all the strength of their
lungs, and quite as willing to fight its to
The cumulative system of voting does
not apply to the Judicial election to be
held in J une next. The elector can vole for
three candidates, one vote for each; but he
cannot distribute his vote in tiny other
The late active proprietor of Tin; Bet.
tin and Mr. J. II. Mcltityrc were the only
men in the city, perhaps, who Minported a
tamily of six daughters. Mr. Mclntyre
has, however, jut left his good company,
and i. now the father of a tine boy.
The election tickets Tin: IU i.i.ktin
print s for $ I per 1000 are for use, not for
show. They are the kind that will be
found in the box, after tin' election" is over.
Candidates who feel the want of tickets of
that sort, should brini: in their orders.
The first. elecLion tickets made their
appearance in the hands of the people, yes
terday. Some of the candidates are having
:i(i,(l(i0 tickets struck. Not less than HKi.Of.fi
tickets will be printed, which will funii.-h
every voter in the city about seventy tickets.
It is said that a white woman beguiled
an intoxicated white man In a point back
of the xtone. depot, yesterday niorniii'j;, and
relieved him of his pocket book. The wo
man was arrested; but as no evidence
again-l Iter was forthcoming site was tin ned
"Montgomery" gives u, in jingling
shape, the "ticnt of the Period." The ver
bal photograph he precnts for the contem
plation of our readers, is the likene-s of
but very few Cairoites. We are indeed,
singularly free from the cui.se of 'yonri','
geatleinm of the period."
-The contest for tic ( iiy Clerkship
seems to command more attention than that
for the Mayoralty. This may be due to
tin- fact that the goal to the race is greater,
and live times as many 11c n are running for
it. Within the past few days the contest
Ihh savoured slightly of aeritnonv.
-Tex w cattle, in immense ln-i-.N, num
bering thousands, have coiiiiiier.ecl moving
northward. It is stated that the eatti-.
raisers of southwestern Texas, mioiv of
whom will make heavy shipments thi-way.
will ship tins year, between eighty
thousand and a bundled thuuvmd Ik ad.
-Carl Peters' cog and chicken l.oiw,
attached to his delivery wagon, became
frightened while standing in I'mnt ol Mel
calf's family grocery, yol, rday evening,
and dashed around the corner at a furious
rate. The maddened animal was soon
stopped, however, and but little damage
Th.' bang of pistols and tiff-crackers :
the blaze of bonfires; the hiss, the explo
sion and fire-showers of sky-rockets, in the
neighborhood of the ooiirt house last night,
itud the alternate yells for Thitlewood and
Winter nil over the city, indicated n
degree of enthiisiaiii never before ex
cited by h city election.
It may serve ti a sensible precaution
to keep a watch upon the temper of the
crowds that infest our voting places next
Tuesday, with a view, should the necessity
arise, of appointing a number ol extra po-
licrnincii. Tin; lu'cicncr' nt cucli j)aci nf vol
"'o' "1 iii'IitiiiiikmI man ol imivlc, liki
Johnny Keith, would net lis a pnwctTuI r(.
straint upon viciously inclined and quarrel
- Walter Whittaker, son of Mr. . II.
Whit taker, of theCourt House hotel, left the
city.about two years ago, for a tour West. He
went out without any ado about it, and ves-
lerduy he returned home, quite, a quietly.
He had tilled a place in the Circuit Clerk's
office, with clerk Reeve, fr several months
and was well known among the frequenters
of the court liuuse.
- Joe llraiikle is having a sore time of it.
Taken with rheuinntimi, he nursed t.
iches and distractions of that most, exits
l't'i'iiling iiilinent for two or three weeks
"r until he begun hi -i jo Hie beginni-vr of
DAILY (JAIUO BULLETIN:
the end. when a severe attack ot tho cry
Kipelasset in. He is now said to be a very
sick man. His vigorous constitution may
bring him through; but his condition is
considered as exceedingly critical.
-Gentlemen-any ' you twenty -eight
candidates-are you supplied with election
tickets? If not. leave your orders with
Tiik Bi'i.i ktin. They are always inquired
tor, by the voters of the city. Many per
sons will take no other kind.
It should not be forgotten that Koeh
lcr Bio's, have alarge supply of the choicest
coined beef ever cured in Cairo. It is put
up in barrels and half barrels all briskets
and will be sold at a very low figure to
close out the lot. It is undoubtedly an A
No. 1 article.
A large and elegant display of newly
trimmed and stylish hats w ill be the chief
attraction of Mrs. S. Williamson's "Spring
Opening" to-day. to-uiorrow ami Saturday.
The ladies of the city are cordially invited
to come and inspect the assortment, as the
variety includes something adapted to ai!
Tlie man who bets on an election, not
only loses his vote, if challenged; but sub
jects himself to the liability of puniiJnnenl
to the extent of a $1,000 tine and twelve
month's imprisonment in the county jail.
If any man wins a bt and receives the
wager, he renders himself liable to pay
three times the amount, one half to ths man
who sues him. and the other half to the
county. The law is, perhaps, unduly severe,
but men are on the lookout, who will en
The heavy rains and the consequent
muddy roads has brouglil about a scarcity
of "country" cord wood. The change of
weather to.i. has added considerably to the
demand, and the result is that very inferior
wood is eagerly snapped up at the rati of
three dollar a cord. Just why there should
be any contention for supplicant this rate
while our wood men will supply any quan
tity at that rate, is one of tlie cniguus of
the fuel market.
The Thistlewood and Winter suppor
ters were out in force, last nigh the
Thistlewood men. with 1 win tires and m.sic.
and speech-makers, holding forth : the
court house; and the Winter men, wit 1 able
and effective talkers, holding forth :k the
corral, in the Fifth ward. These imetings
will be hehl nightly, we iinder-land. until
Tuesday. They are. of course, product ve of
much feeling and excitement: bat tie-y
bring out the facts involved in the cajvass
and will enable the people to vote iiader
.standlngly. -We have hear 1 ol' an intimation of u
purpose. 011 the part of Judge I.nal''". of
Pu!aki county, to become a candidal'- for
the office of Circuit JinL'e. Davidge i. an
unexceptionable man both morally and po
litically, is one of the oldest citizen- of
Pula-ki county, and one of the oldest !.m
vers in Southern Illinois. IJ-ing of n re
tiring disposition, however, he is but little
known, outside of his own county and
those immediately adjoining: but anybody
who knows him will readily underwrite ast ,
Judge I). M, Ih'Avniag. an!veil in Un
ci ty, yesterday, from Hardin county, where he
had been in attendance on the circuit coin?.
The Judge i. as our readers know, a can
didate lor tbe ol'ice of Circuit ItnlL'e; and
iK-ing a O'Uiiocrat, wili -uliinit his claims,
we suppose, to the conv ention that is to
convene in this city, on the siv.th d:,y of
May next. Judge Ilrowning is a gentle
man who makes a most favorable iliptes
sion whereever le-uoes. He has an iitelli
gont countenanc'j and otic that tells of a
Crii'i-ienee at peace with itself. Jjis f iends
illdor.se him uio-t enthusiastically is the
right man for the position he seeks.
- -If th" Cairo and Viiieenics railroiul coin
puny carry matters forward with the vigor
that has charaefcried its commencement,
we shall have at least one ereditaMp freigh'
and i:issenger di pot in Cairo, before the
close of the present year. Three hundred
and fifty thousand brick, kiln count, are
enough lor the outside walls of an immense
structure -.such a structure as the business
of the road will demand, before three years
pass by. The "trnllie," lif we may so des
ignate the carrying business) of ihe C. and
V. road, has grown astonishingly during
the past year or two; and under its present
active and judicious management is certain
to increase, constantly mid rapidly.
line of Ihe attaches of the
lie Paducah Sun dropped into
Tiik Rn.nrnx. olhVe Wednesday even
ing, and declared himself en route tor m
point in Kansas, where the material and
brains of the ex-Sun will be used in tho
publication of another paper. We didn't
meet the gentleman, which, 11s Vallicux
would say "is loss for you." He was much
"elated"--partly because of the fact that
Col. Pickett, being in a great hurry to reach
Cairo, started on another boat ahead of
him, and was then wind-bound, several
miles above the city, while he, the speaker,
was here and happy. Col. Fickctt has our
hourly god wishes in his new venture.
A distressing story conies to n 'mm
the neighboring town of Jllandville, (, the
effect that an accomplished and highly es
teemed young lady ot that place, named
Miss Emma Reeves, daughter of William
Ili-eves and sister of Bud Reeve-, u candi.
date for tho State Senate died, on Tin s
day night, from an over dose of tiauphjn
She had been fullering from an attack of
ii'-'virulgiu, and taking a dose of nwrphi,,,,
ill the hope of relief, it nt Mre induced
vomiting. '.Thinkiug ,she, had thrwu n,,.
FniDAYMQllNlKa. APRIL 11. 1870.
inoilicincup, sil0 repeated the dose, and all
eflorts to arouse her proved abortive, and in
a few hours she dded. she was a highly
accomplished young ldy, twenty years of
nge, and her death is the cause of universal
sorrow where sho resided.
-Iu the canvass for tho Democratic
nomination for the office of Circuit Judge,
it should not be forgotten that three
candidates are to Im nominated. It must
not, therefore, be construed as a disparage
inent of Mr. Lunsden's claims, if other as
pirants are commended to the favor of the
people. Kach county will, most likely, in
struct in favor of its own candidate, and
Alexander county should, and no
doubt will, instruct for Mr, Lansdeii. This
done, it will probably be thought advisable
to leave the delegates untrammelled as to
the other applicants for nomination, that
they may be left free to support the two
who may, after the meeting of the conven
tion, seem best adapted to the needs of the
situation. Every voter in the district will
have the right to vote lor three candidates.
We referred, yesterday, to intimations
tint were current to the effect that bets up
uii the result of the pending election wVre
being made, for the express purpose of dis
franchising the partic to the bets. In this
way the man who makes bets with Uenty
other men will lose his own vote; but re
membering that he has disfranchised twenty
other men who intended to vote against
his candidates, he can well alTord to submit
to the sacrifice. Now, if these rumor are
founded on fact -if U ts are being made
for the purpose alleged, we admonish the
parties to them to withdraw, for. as sure as
the day of election arrives, trouble will fol
low the challenges that may be based upon
such objection. The election promises to
be exciting enough without this disturbing
Mr. Sanderson, who is si:i!Vritig fiviu
a cause nr.t very dissimilar to that which
carried oft' Billy B-vrwart, was greatly im
proved, j ester lay morning alike in tone
and appearance. He has. a cur reader
have be n informed, been subjected to two
surgical operations: by one of which a full
gallon of pi:-was drawn from the vicinity,
of the limn 1 a most wonderful and extra
ordinary ri -uiti and by the scond opera
tion, mad.-at a point flillur Up the side,
abM'.t on,- pint of pus wa.s t .ken away--making
the almost incredible quantity of
Ho" ounces, that W"re removed .y two op
erations, within an interval of ten days.
Tin patient slept in a recumbent position
Wednesday right, for the lir-i time for
many months; and many friends who. a
week or two ago, regarded his recovery 1111
impossibility, now view his casi ;i :, VC)V
To-day i-. in chutcli 1 iivi. s denomin
ated "(iood-Friilay." The ci r monies at
tending its obsi i vance are thus described
by a gentleman who claim- to speak from
lictso'ial knowledge. The s 1 ii e is sol
emu. even mournful ; the throne and altar
arc rlrippcd of nil ornaments, the sacredu
tal vi -tnients black. After some moments
of pi:iu r the priest proceeds to ( 1 : .-. 1 1 1 the
Pas-Ion, according to .(. John, in th" same
strain :u was St. Matthews on palm Sun
day; then l'.!l..w prayer-for all order.- ol
me.i : ihe imagi of Christ crucified is un
veiled with solemnity ihaying been kept
covcivd Ibr a fortnight before 1 and n ver
1 ntiy kissed by all the ch-rgy on thcii
knees and al-o by the congregation: and
finally a procession of the pree -dug dav.
Having brought the consecrated species
i from the altar the priest recein-s them arid
the service wid with vc-pcr-solemnly re
cited. --Yesterday morning we entered
upon the fourth (lay of Holy
or Passion week. Thuisifiy is called
by Catholics Holy. or Maundv
Tliur--da- the second name being derived
lioni the Latin word 1 n vstivi i or ''pre
cept ;" th- first of the anthem: "A new
commandment I give you." which is smig
while the feet of ccilain poor men arc
washed The ollice of the morning con
sists of the mass, almost in every
respect like that of any other day, hit at
it-close a very beautiful function takes
place. As on the following dav. il has
been ol ancient custom not to consecrate
the sacred elements; a previous consecra
tion is made on this day of bread into the
divine Saercinciif of the Lord's body. The
consecrated specimen is born in soh 11
procession, lifter which it is placed on an
altar, .splendidly lighted up, wlc reit is pre
served till next day. This forms what
Catholics know by the mime of "Sepulchre;"
and it is customary to visit with devotion,
in the evening, the same altar. That we
gather the' facts here communicated from
others, need scarcely be added. Our in
formation, in Ibis connection, is exceed
ingly limited, as have been our opportuni
ties for observation.
Ben Appleluii. a white-skinned indi
vidual and a stranger within our gates, tell
in with a colored damsel named Sally
Tayh't'i during his rounds, Wednesday
night, and having gained that stage of ine
briety that has a contempt for color, he
wandered about tho city a hull' hour or
more, with Sally, apparently well pleased
with his companion, Many was the glass
of liquid damnation that Benjamin poured
down his throat under the inspiration
0f Hally's presence; and finally he
became utterly indifferent as to what
might become of him. He hud, yesterday,
a distinct recollection of coming to his
genscs in Sally's runcho, where he tit onco
discovered he had been robbed of thirteen
dollar", (which served him right,) and
where he further discovered thrt ho didn't
"feel very well himself." Axlei and Wil
son arrested the principal or feiiale culprit,
and she, failing to give a bond f $.00- for
her appearance to answer a hig'ier tribunal,
Judge Bird sent her to the couity jail. But
the punishment of Sally docs't excuse Ben
jamin. Why was he not punished I lie, a
white man, got drunk, walked tho street
with a negro struiupel, shamelessv entered
her bagnio, and was robbed. No man
should be permitted to so signally outrage
decency without being punished to the
full extent of the law. The los3 of his
money doesn't cover the case. He should
be made to feel the full penalty "de
nounced by law" against his wrong-doing
or leave the citv.
For Tlie Cairo Bulletin.
A GKXTOKTHi: PERIOD.
HeV tall and trim, he xleelc and slim.
With delicute complexion,
A handMimi! i'phlz" his nurely Is,
With nort-'o soft r xprmaion.
llcVmueh inclined, tike womankind,
To follow fiiii'iUli Faxhlon.
Though nmv-u data, her tickle wav.
Oft put him lua'paslon.
Ilm r-ilken vet. and co.tt the b'10.
Jut mailt to nit compactly.
Fit fur Kood Unto h! fleudcr nam.
A little von eiaetiy
lie twist a cane, and wear a cluia
Ot shiny fold, down dauhni;.
And weir hi h.tt. the silly chap,
fine i,le. a li;t',e aiiittini:.
Ilewa'.k a'ie 11. in tnwn and out,
Iu polished, hill aivVJ li,),e,-.
And all alret. cui-e ro.tj are vel.
lie wi.hr- ti" hid "
Addri'-n-- paid, and Sn all an.ie.
la hu i'.iel reef-:l :.i:.ner.
lie home ',0 d.ne. ud : ::.
And ;i.tl h,:m1 I ! .1 .t ..a
He lliiiik. p. -hv. that -..!-!. tiue i tit;
Art- !adtV "f.ti iiletti .
Hut l.e i',I find, that Men .ins::.,,!
I'n f-T one-TiiiM. mure Km: ;
I'or i; lie (.nak'' a rill, at .ill
IL- ru-i" "'.a h tiMiU:-ion.
II, h-ti i ay. and l-' ta.il ta,-
Will pardon h. intru-lua
t t!i" hotel a.-" k'jimn jai:- ;.
Iiy a n-'iain li:t i.nm'Vr.
Who eiVn so. f"r nn hoar or
And t' ii n' .1 ti e ol n:e!".':
ViJ K-.iiie-tHii''- tiny, la" l;vet().,j di..
Fur nnt of o. jpjt.ot:.
Mill i.ti'iiu;. the hoc- at n
Or idi"' ii.i. patioo
t Ml 't. IIO'll
A t!ii- ,:.;' j :i l..i" pi.Mri!,
Yeu'd hi-C.er wail, and !iun the !slt.
I ,',.. vo l re ni'i-e ..i',iii.nt''d
id ajjlr 'twould he i f ' r
!:-.;,ei t -IcMild ( lutu1' to I li i 5.
"l .! 'i. h ,i to- mil prun to
A weif in (itie diei-i pi 1 imtiiu'' "
Ml (II valuable time is saved iiy p oinpt'.y
treating cold at its first appearance. Noth
ing takes tic place of Hull's Syn p for
cough-', colds irritation of throat, etc
Ai r. 1. l i t th i.n whiik at Tin: Bci.;.i;tin
iu'kii 1. is C.O.I). Caniudvti.s simt in
nhi mia.t.r it.
I'lUt rn:T Class day Imard for:ls.oO
pi r month, go to the Planters House.
Tii'i-K in m i 11 of a good set of Artificial
Teeth, and di-ire satisfaction, tan get them
by calling upon Dr. W. ('. .locelyn.on Eighth
lMI'Ol.TANT TO MEAT (ONslMFBS.
M. 11. Mi ( ammo;), of Metropolis, has
iu t opened a first el a -s butcher shop at the
collier of Nilli teeldll and Poplar street.
Where you can buy the best beef ill the
mail, el for cents per pound. C. O. I.
Pork, ti 1 j cent-; bacon, si cents; sausage,
three pounds for ',,.'i cents. A'l are invited
to 1 ail and give him a trial. Meat delivered
when ordir"i. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Ti.N Ci.vis Woitrii. - If you want a neat
smooth shave tor ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for '.'."i cents, or anything else in
the tmisorial line, remember the place to
go to i- Henry Schick's, No Wi Commer
I.vniKs Straw Sachels. fiuuy wax fruit
liasket-, w illow fruit Stands. School ISags,
Handsome Hrackets, all descriptions. Pic
tures framed very cheap, at Ford's. Com
I.onii.t .mmi's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Eorillard's N'ickle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at V. Korsmcycr's at fac
('Mil. Pi Ti. us desires everybody to know
uind therefore has recourse to Tun Ilri.i.n
TiNi that he is now Hiipplying the Cairo
market with poultry fattened in his hciiery,
and that everybody mev be served he has
! provided a delivery wagon that will make
I daily rounds of the city. , He sells , ggs un-
questionably fresh, and the fattest, choicest
j hens, dressed or undressed, ever sold in
the Cairo 111:11 k t . and all at the idling
KI.W'TIOX Th'K MIS
One Dollar per thousand at the Bulletin
"Oil! wiivf aTiaTs"
Put it aside then, and call on Marx,
the widely known Hatter and Clothier, mid
get one of his stv lisli Broadway Silk Hats,
hianufactured to order. 'j th,. only
Mian In tin city who js M-ppijcd with it
cotiforiuiior. (i ,. j.()1ir measure,
and iu short oidei supply you with a nicely
lilting, stylish hat. at n figure go low that If
Will surprise you.
A. ir.M.i.nv, Ihe Coiniiiercialiiveliuolfurd
warc liiercluint, invites attention to his
'"'gi' mid varied stock of tinware, stoves,
"'"ll'Ty htid I'ttucy good,, ' Ilii cix.k stoves
are among the latest and best patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it an
object to call and examine. Breech load
ing Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle etc., and
everything else low to suit the times.
A NEW CANDIDATE
For popular favor is the elegant and un
approachable do Joinville scarf, to be found
in Cairo only at A. Marx's. It is a thing
of beauty and strictly stylish.
NoTICK. TO A I.I. WHOM IT MAY (OMK.lt.N :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unle-s
the same are endorsed by myself.
V E . A. Ill' It N KTT
Ciikw Jackson's best Sweet Navy To
bacco NEW AUVKWIsEMKYK
SCHOOL TIU STEK EI.F.CTION.
There will he en eterllon for ofie Si hool fnl..
at the Arnb Kni,'lu house, on Saturday. April U.
WU P.. II.. ........ 1,1 , 1. . , '
Poll" open at Hi o'clock a m.
JOHN M. I.AN-sDKN.TottnTiecurer.
OFFICE CAIHO AND VISCENNES JtAII.KOA!'
Canto; Iu,., April 9. ISr'c
VANTi!i-I'roMi"nU for furiil-hitii; il'O.mjo "nd
men hantuMe red bricks, to he delivered on b!x L
IT. city ol Cairn. IMivery to commence thirty d.i
from date hereuf and all to he delivered ttlthin m'tv
day thereafter. IMsW EEL MII.I.L'lt
CAIliO AM) VINCENNESS KAILKOAt)
Caiho. li t... April H. 1ST1'
Waxtkii Proposal" In wrillntr for taking dow:,
the woodeu i.n i Id ilii; kiioHii at ll.iilard man-houe-ou
lilork 17. and plieint; the lumber on block I. oj;
posite tiien-to; or tor tlie purchase of said ba.ldn:;
- the pun ha-er to remote it and cnllrclv ri, tr tie
"rennd of materia! and rtiMoh wiihiu tifti-en ds-.
Hi 1 W ELL VII.I.EI:.
(ieneral uperinti 'denl
(otta,'e on Tenth atrwt. No 'Ki. Poiss;oe
if.teii April lrl Oood cistern and out hot,scn:,
the premise". Apply next door, rcndier :i. " eutt:
J H. fMYA.NT. M. D.
CKFIi'K; EiulitU and Wa-ai-itoa Atetcj.-
KKslDKSi K: Comer N m. t.s-ntu and Wa-h
y il. MAIUIAN. M. I)..
Iloincopathic Physil inn ami stirjeon
oTce l'ii l'imi!ii"ii ta' aver.'.ie. Kisidi-me com,
J-oiirl enth M. ami H nmuu"o!i a.enue. Cairo
y It. SMITH, M. D.
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I .11 sf i'liDnd.-lphlii ; P"tiil)ll"hed In tsi).)
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