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THE DAILY CUV Hl'LLKTIK; SATURDAY MOKMNU, A 111 1 L 10. 1S70. .
lii health. ml if von tire without It v,m cm neither
ben borrow, buy "uor steal il. but von enn cbtaln l
b ii.lnit Heller Liver I'ilia. They join' up I In'
iomiuhand k.- p Up- Ih.wHh In uood order pro
duce a henliliv action In tliv liver, promote, dlp-a-tloti
and Imparl vlijorto the wnoie syiilero.
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GRAVE HOMIER CAl'GUT.
nit. MNDl.Kl. By ntci.na of hi IUo''l ("-nrrhcr
mi .. . ............riil ,imi. Tn liter (I I K' till) I"
he ha robbed Iho jiravu in scores
of Scrofula, Consumption. Ithi-nmlfi-m. M.-rrnriul
disease, Caiiccrous Formations. Ttnnors. I;1!'"
Ia,,lamidicc Fever unit Asm: anil t..-ii'Ti'l III -ayl
Th-- 1)100.1 Is ttie IIIV. and lr. 1. wt'e ''
fcearrher Ik the ureal life preserver. ' f'''
Hampden. Ohio, says: Cleveland. I'".'1
declared my wife dyii.R of consumption. '"
.in. orD -. I.lndsryV Hloo.l searcher ah.' i " r
stored U. health." J. V. Hmoks 'aim'- y I. -, ol I.
norst lorm. and pronounced imum h h s . r.il
physicians. Hi life was saved ' ' f '
liudscy'a ltlood .Searcher." A 'j" , 1 ) n!!
Unillry-a Blood Si-ard.-r. S. ar" f, ,
ItolU. IMmpl.'H on lli.'.lmv. Mil 1.1 i n. "1
Sore, and all Cnlalu'oiiH upiloi." Pl"'r 1 k
our name N on Hi.' hollom of the wrappi-r. ' '
m)v bv nil Druuiriala. .
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II. BRYANT, M.
OFFICK: liihlli anil Waililuton Avcniio.
HESlUHM'Ki-l'ortur Nincliiiuli and Wai-li-InL'ton
yy H. MAUEAN, M. I..
Homeopathic Phjsieian mid Snrireoii.
0llc VM Comnn ri'lal avenntv Id'Kidi'nci' rorimr
Fourteenth hi. ' W ai.iiirtoii infirm'. Cain).
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U. K. NV. WIIITLOCK,
Orni r-No. Vf, CommoTLial Avcmu', between
r.inlitii and Mntii Mmu
V.. Y. C. JOCELYN,
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"b'itU StrM-t, near Commercial Avennc
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INEGA.K A LAXSDEX.
OFVIt'K No. lltlCommrmal Avenue.
THIiKE faS3 STATES.
I.KAVK. l.KAVED I.KAVta
Foot Fourth at Jlinsouri I.amFi:. Kritturky I.iJ'jr.
6 a. in. 8:30 a. in. II u. m.
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J p .in. 3,:i0 p.m. ;) p. in.
ni. 4;00 p. m. r, p. m.
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It. It. TIME CAKD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRA I. If. 1!.
TltAIVS AIUIIVK. TI.AINI. DKI'AlIT
Mail.... 4:10 a.m. I Mail 7:iap.ni.
.tpna .S.IK) p.m. Kxprraa 1 :10 p.m.
CAIKOA VIXCK.NNK.SH. 1!
Mail 10:00p.m. Mall.... 4:3 a.m.
CAHIO A ST. I.OLIS li. I!.
F.xpr'"". r. : 1 Ti p.m. 1 Kxprwa 1tv.ee, a.m.
Ai'coni .lation .l-J:rri p.m. Aixom'.liition. 'J:irp.ui.
CIIU'ACO. ST. LOUIS ANTJNKW Oltl.EANSj li.K
Kipn-Hf 11:Wu.m, I Kxnresa S:00p.m.
(1 ENKKAL DELIVERY open ,:M a. in.; cUixi-b
T rt::. p in.: Sunday: 8 to i a. in.
Money Order Department op.-u at 8 a. in.; cloes
at S p. m.
Through ExprefS Valla via IIUuoIh Onlraland
MluMtwippI Central Kallr-imU cloe at i4:ao p. in:
Cairo and Poplar lllull' ThronU and Way Mall
cl.wtta at 12::K p. ni.
Way Mail via HHiioix Central, Cairo and Vln
cennea and MlHS.nippl Central Kallruad clone at
H:4: p. in.
Way Mail for Narrow Gauge Knilrond rloaea at H
Cairand Evunwlll" River rtuute cliei" at :30
p. ni. ilal.y (er.-pt Friday I.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL I'APKU OF AI.KXANDKU COCNTY.
Only Moruinsr Daily in Southern Illinois.
Shisai Orri' F. i
Caibo. 111., April IS, to. (
Time. Bar. Tlier. Hum Wlud. V.-l. Weather.
1:44 a m
3 00 p.m W
J:48 " S0.!!1
Maximum Temperature. H-J ; Minimum Tem
perature, 403; KiiuTall.O 00 Inch.
W. II. KAY.
Serg't Slfnal t'orun, L'. 8. A
Fi.nk selection of spring Dress goods, at
-The Exp witton r, couts ciiar, sold by
Wichert, in made of the finest Havana
tiller inqwrted to this city.
Mrs. McCninnion left the city, yester
day, on a visit to friends in Jacksonville,
Illinois, with whom she proposes to remain
M feral weeks.
The Exposition is proclaimed, by all
unnkers, the best 5 cent cigar kept in Cairo.
G. 0. Wiehcrt, Washington avenue, near
A negro Iwv, son of old man Davis
who lies in the Fifth ward, died before
daylight yesterday morning, of a congestive
chill, ftS Is believed.
l Al Sloo is located in Brown's Grove,
Pawnee county, Kansas, and not in Prows
ville, a stated by us, yesterday, Dr. Hum
phreys rcHi'des in the same locality.
. The sheriff took possession of Mr.
Houpt's stock of jewels', etc., yesterday, in
the name of Mr. A. Hlack and other. Af
ter making the nice for the L-yislnturc on
the Greenbiick ticket llmipt left Ciiiro.
Vliy lie left im.l wliilher lie h;is j.'.me this
deponent wiith not.
- .lolm A. Wrtti'h, the S.rielary i't' the
M.inn.l City Murine Yn Coinpany u
posithdilie luw tilled for "''"'"t w,,,,.v
years wa. in Cairn yestenhiv, on l.rnimss.
Ye were iiiriirined ye.ster.hiv evening;
thitt Mrs. Hrihach's coiidithm va '
liUlly improved. She had not refilled
the power of speech, nor had much cliinign
been wrought in nny oilier reyurJ.
-An mi welcomed customer took refuse
in Mr. P. J. Thistlcwood's enrringe hmisc,
vexterdiiy, and would he there tttill had he
Jml lieen received convincing prool'that the
place hnd been prc-emp'.cd by Thisth-wood.
-oneofotir pnlicemen tired his revolver
yc-terday, at the most obnoxious dog of u
drove of live orsix that were promenading
the street penr the corner of Eighth
and Commercial, and the obnoxious dog
ran down the street a halt block or more,
when it dropped dead.
The clanging of the lire bells about
noon, yesterday, was to give notice of an
incipient tire in the roof of a frame build
ing on Twelth between Popular and Com
mercial. The roof about the flue was
slightly burned; but the fire wa extinguish
ed without the aid of the engines
The county jail now contains twenty
liri-.oner.H-the largest number that has been
confined there during the past twelve
months. The jail expenses during the last
six months ot 1STS, were much less than
any like period since the county seat was
removed to Cairo. ,
A re-handling tobacco warehouse will
be established in Cairo in a day or two un
der the proprietorship and personal super
vision of Mr. George Snooks, who is said to
have had much experience! in that line of
business, lie will occupy the large build
ing used by Strnughn and llinkle.
Harper, the negro who was shot, on
board die Howard, Thursday, was resting
somewhat easier yesterday afternoon. The
fellow had sulli-rcl such a shock that prob
ing was not undertaken, and the exact
character of his injuries remains, therefore,
undetermined. The apparent direction of
the ball indicates fatal work.
- -Cairo basc-bal lists have organized un
der the name of the "Cairo City 0," and
evince an anxiety to get up a match with
anv kind of a tt (except a No. 9 stoga boot)
that can be brought, or will voluntarily
come against them. No limits will be im
posed as to time, place or persons the pre
dominating desire being to have a game.
A young widow woman named Letitia
Green, appeared before Squire Comings,
yesterday, and complained that she had
been roundly cursed and most causelessly
abused by a white- man, who presented all
the characteristics of a tramp. A' warrant
was issued for the ofl'ender's apprehension,
and the trial will probably come off to-day.
Chin Young, a colored individual
whose moral escutcheon is not as white
i:s the driven snow, became olli-nded at Mr.
l'Yith, yesterday, and gave expression to
more abusive and insulting language than
the old gentleman felt disposed to bear.
He accordingly caused Lem's arrest, and
the parties appearing before Squire Com
ings, the defendant was released on paying
the costs of the proceeding.
The farewell reception at the skating
rink called out an unusually large crowd of
ladies and gentlemen, lads and lassies. At
the close of the interval set aside for ska
tiug a line cotillion band took its place in
the balcony, and the dance that ensued was
one of the most enjoyable ever given in
the building. Our citizens will miss these
re-unions. Our best people attended them,
and their entire respectability was main
A n -gro man named Joe Howell, who
lived with his family in one of the sheds or
small huts in the rear of the Sackburger
house, died, between midnight and day
light, yesterday morning, from injuries re
ceived, some time ago, while working on a
steamboat. He hurt his back, tie claimed,
while carrying sacks of corn from the shore
onto the boat, and was never able to stand
erect after receiving the injury. One of his
children also died during the night, and its
remains will bo buried with those of its
If "Hard Pan" will call at the office
of Adams Express company, corner of
Planert street and Marchildon avenue,
Thebes, Illinois, he will find n carboy of
Mayuard and Noyes' black ink. Feeling
in some measure responsible for the moral
l11 '"',nR E Hn.i.KTiN compositors,
we hip 'his ink to displace the very pale
sky blue article in use by "Hard Pun,"
and about which our compositors sweuf ho
fearfully that it not unfrcquently happens
that the whole IU:i l.KTiN'ollice is enveloped,
in the blue-blazes of their profanity.
The moral and intellectual status of no
community in Southern Illinois lias under
gone a more marked improvement, during
the past twenty years, than that at Villa
Ridge, in Pulaski county. The decendants
of the early settlers are a vast improvement
upon the "parent stock," and the increase
by immigration, has been, as a rule, of edu
cation and refined people. Comfortabio
homes, good schools, and origanizations of
a si.ciiil and literary character among the
residents, tell of well ordered and enlight-t-nd
society. The nucleus of a library has
been formed, and the interest manifested in
the proj.-et wid, if maintained, ultimately
set lire to the people there a li
brary of no mean pretentions. We shipped
from Tin: P-H M-HN Mimicry, yesb-reay,
to Hi- addresj of the lilmriaii, twenty-seven
large and heavily '""mil volumes' of Har
per Scribner, New Dominion, Popular
Science and the Atlantic Monthly publica
tions deserving a place in any library in the
land, and such as serve as an indication that
the gcttcrs-up of the Villa Ilidgu library
know how to cater to cultivated tastes.
The approaching aldcrinanic content
in the Fourth Ward is exciting attention in
all parts of the city. It posscscs an im
portance in this, that it will determine wheth
er, in the decision of a number of questions
the Ma for shall hold the balance of power.
Yc have heard the names of several gen
tlemen spoken of as probable candidates -among
others those of Mr. Sain'l Wilson,
Mr. Samuel Walters, Mr. Adolph Swobo.la,
Mr. E. S. Marshall, James Kynnston. I). J.
Galligan, Samuel IS. Wilson. It is highly
probable that the majority of these names
have been used without authority.
The bills of fare of the Occidental Ho
tel, in Indianapolis, over which our friend
and lute fellow-citizen, E. It. ISgncw pre
sides, speak of such an abundance of good
things, that we unconsciously work our
jaws in the ecstacy of the expectation that,
some of these days, "them vittles" will be
placed within our reach. "Salmon, a la
Maitre dTIolel;" "Calves brains, brown,
butter sauce," um ! null Mr. Egnew, if
you have any care for our peace of mind,
don't send any more of such distracting
missives. To tantalize a man that way,
at a distance ot tour hundred miles, is
Some time ngo a tornado swept
through the bottoms and hills ot Alexander
county, prostrating trees, stripping other
trees of their limbs and casting the whole
into heaps and tangles that defied the pas
sage of teams or even animals. French
Jones visited Cairo shortly after the storm;
and recounting the experience lie then had.
he declared that at intervals of a half mile
or so lie found the road obstructed with the
bodies and limbs of trees, so bound and
tangled up and twisted together that even
a mule could not force a passage, "and con
sequently," added French with great com
posure of countenance- "and consequently
I had to go round !"
Old Aunt Mary Smith, to whose phys
ical sufferings we have heretofore made ref
erence, died at her home, on Twenty-eighth
street, on Thursday morning. She was a
colored woman, probably forty-live years
of age. exceedingly neat in her person and
habits. I fur physical sufferings, pr itracted
through en interval of four or live months,
were certainly all that Ionian nature could
endure; and her friends, remembering her
continued agony; how, day after day and
night after night her shrieks and screams
were silenced only when she was overcome
by actual physical exhaustion, arc triad that
death finally came to the poor creature's re
lief. The family being wholly destitute of
means, the aid of friends and acquaintances
was solicited to give (lie body burial.
When running at a good rate of speed
near L'llin, yesterday afternoon, the down
passenger train of the Illinois Central rail
road struck a man who appears to have
been sitting on the cad of a tie, and
knocked him a distance of fifteen or twenty
feet. The train was instantly stopped, and
the man picked up, placed on the cars and
brought to Cairo. He was very seriously
hurt; but whether tatally so or not could
not at once bedetermined. The poor fel
low was placed in a wagon and conveyed
to the hospital, where he received the at
tention of Dr. Parker, who is, we believe,
the road's local physician. The wounded
man is a German, a stranger in the coun
try, and believed to be a tinner.
The ladies ot Cairo, and especially
those connected with the Social Science as
sociation and the Library and Women's
club, with whom she was intimately asso
ciated during her residence in Cairo, will
share in the pride that Madame Charlton
Edholm must feel over the compliment
paid to her in the following notice, which
we clip from the Omaha News the Mad
tune's husband having been thoughtful
enough to supply us w ith the copy of the
paper containing it. The Newu says;
"Madame Charlton Edholm oi this city,
who is recognized as one of the leiding
journalists of the country, hits an able
article in the March number of
the National Prohibitionist in which she
points out what she considers the true line
of duty lor the legislative bodies through
out the country to follow. The Prohibition
ist says of her contribution : "The facts
she so ably presents must tell if carefully
read. Let our readers in the dill'ereut
states send this issue marked to their rep
resentative, he will thank you for this much
needed information, hut we learn later that
senators too, are badly in need of informa
tion. Send to your senator."
The sovereigns express surprise at the
changed demeanor of the candidates.
Cleverer gentlemen than were the thirty
one candidates before the people, last week,
were never seen anywhere. There was not
a "tobacco worm" or "whisky soaker" in
the city, with shm they would tint stand,
face to face, for a full hour ut h time.
They grasped extended hands with great
cordiality, and coutlded to the special keep
ing of everybody whom they nu.(( rvc
secrets--being ufraid, as tltoy
claimed, to confide the secrets to nnvlxidy
else. And very solicitous, too, Wl,ri, j10
aforesHi.l candidates about i-vcrybmly'g
health. They knew the progress (y,,,y
haby In Cairo, black and white, WH, ln ,
tug in the ordeal of cutting t..;tli, ltS
reason they felt so deeply interested in the
babies w,is that every single baby in the
city was so much more promising than
every other baby. Ily a thousand kind and
considerate acts and words, performed mid
spoken anew every day, the candidates be
came known as wonderfully self-abnegating
and sympetlietic men. To drop down from
that social eminence, to the level of the ill
giained, snailing fellows they are, utterly
astounds the uninitiated sovereign. "Why,"
exclaimed one of this class, in our hearing,
"why dat man what yest scooted by here
jest now, lookin' so gruff and gloomy,
sprakiu' to nobody - w hy only lass Monday
morning, dat man shook bote my hands,
swore dat I had the handsomest wife and
smartest thilren in Cairo, and dat I my
self ot to besittin in de city council! Dat's
what .hit man said, and lookin' at him now,
who'll sposed it ;"
Tin1 interest in the temperance move
ment maintained in Cairo, is one of the
marvels of the lime-. The simple an
nouncement that there would be a meeting,
made in Tuf. lit i.i i.tin in the morning and
in the Argus in the afternoon, was all the
notice given, yet the hall was crowded
last night, even packed, with m.-u and wo
men fioin all parts of the cily--si.ni1 of
whom had made a journey of over a mil".
The name of i.o speaker was published to
draw a crowd ; but the crowd gathered, it
was well entertained. Mr. Kaster.lay, a new
Comer to Cairo, made a s -nsible, substantial
talk, and was followed by Col. Lowry. who
has the ability to mark out a new path for
himself on all occasions, let them be as
numerous as they may. The Colonel is
wonderfully in earnest. Naturally ardent
and enthusiastic, and his whole soul being
enlisted in the cause, be never fails toen-thu.-c
his bearer-, and make them partake,
in a degree, at least of bis own zeal and
fervor. The Colonel concluding. Mavor
elect Thist'ewood was called Upon
and I .nelly responded. ,w melting
over the crowd was bidden to
partake of lunch spread in tie-read
ing room below, and th" invitition was
generally heeded. The lunch, consisting
ol nicely served cold meats, with all the
essential condiments, and most excellent
and fragrant hot coffee, was provided by
the members of the white and red ribbon
club, and was free to all who saw lit to
partake. The following nani-d members
having previously been elected, were in
stalled into the oiiices to which they were
resp-ciively elected, viz: V.". M. Wil
liams, President ; G. M. Ald ai, 1st Vice
President, .1. F. Miiler, ',M do; Charles
Hammond, .'!rd no; George I'i-!ier, Secre
tary; Fred S. Smith, II -cording Secretary;
S. D. Avers Steward; P.ibt l.uwery, 1st
Marshal; F M. Ward, ',nd .Marshal; Moses
Phillips, Sargeant-at-ai ins. A resolution to
the effect that a ball, for the benefit of the
club, to be held on or about the 1st ot May,
the same to be given under the management
of the members, was adopted unan--tmously.
It was alo resolved that the
club join in a grand temperance picnic
soon, the time and place tor which are to be
determined by a committee of arrange
ments, which the chair was authorized to
appoint. Tin- new pnsid -nt, Capt. AVil
linnis, presided with chaiacteristic case.
He will, ere long, abundantly assure the
club of the wisdom of its choice.
Cooi.ky's Patent Cork Curset. with every
one of which a U'-w sheet of music is pre
sented. For sale at C. llanny's.
Foil Fiust Class day board for .-jilN.fiO
per month, go to the Planters House.
Latest style Ladies' ( Sloves Ties. Shawls,
etc.. at C. Hannv's
Lokii.i.ahd's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lori! lard's Nickle Nuggets ami Dime
Nuggets, for sale ut F. Korsincyer's at fac
Laiioe stock of Men's and Hoy's Hats,
at C. Hannv'a.
A NEW CANDirATE
For popular favor is the elegant and un
approachable de Joinville scarf, to be found
in Cairo only at A. Marx's. It is a thing
of beauty and strictly stylish.
Fisu AssonTMENT of
Suits at C. llanny's.
A. Hallky, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy goods. His cook stoves
are among the latest and best patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they arc of the heaviest make
anil will lust longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it an
object to call and examine. Hrecch load
ing Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle etc., mid
everything else low to suit the times.
Lahhk assortment of Cussi mere Jeans
and Cottonades, very cheap, at
I M TORT ANT TO MEAT CONSUMERS.
M. E. McCiuninon, of Metropolis, has
just opened a first-class butcher shop at the
corner of Nineteenth and Poplar street,
where you can buy the best beef in the
market for 8 cents per pound, C. 0. I),
Pork, O'j cents; bacon, 8 cents; sausage,
three pounds for 25 cents. All are invited
to call and give him a trial. Meat delivered
when ordered, Satisfaction guaranteed.
Fink assortment of teas, coffee and
Uur unco.ore,, aapan and wiirlMH break-
fast tea, at ( . ILuiay s.
F..r lln' C.ilrn Hullelln.
TIS MINE; 'TIS YOl'KS; IUT NOT
Thebes, which has been in u dormant
state so long, seems all of a. sudden to have
acquired an activity and enemy, even be
yond the most sanguine expectations.
Flouring mills are pushed toward comple
tion; taverns opened, butcher shops estab
lished, and business generally has taken n
fresh start ; but what more than any of
these agitates the public mind here, is the
pleasant newspaper controversy carried on
by Thebes correspondence. 1 don't believe'
these friendly disputes are peculiarities be
longing entirely to our own city, in fact I
know they are not, for the Elco correspond
ent of the Argus-Journal seems to have an
itching desire to get his linger on apiece of
mis our argumentative 'ie. Mr. J. it may
seem a little selfish in lis to want this Pie
to ourselves, but as it was gotten up only
lor our own individual use, we will
kindly but firmly insist on your keeping
fingers out of it: but it may be
that yon wen- under the impression
that the city limits of Thebes extended out
to wher-: you lived, and that as a citizen of
Thebes, you were entitled toasiure in that
Pie. I say, if such be the case, we w ill
graciously pardon the mistake. "It is hu
man to err; divine to forgive." Our city
limits do not extend quite that far, but
likely tin y w ill, and that in the near Cut ui:1;
then we will be glad to extend to you the
full rights of a citizen of Thebes including
the right of newspaper t-ontrnvirsy; but un
til that time would beg you tostopon your
own side of the fence. 1 reiterate that this
little discussion is a Pie of our own and
that we respectfully invite outsiders to keep
their fingers oil'. We are h-'re on the
ground and know all the points-, while an
outsider is likely to mussthein and destroy
the interest. Hum Pan.
Tiiu-.ks, IPs., April.
Lako:; stock of Ladies" and Children's
boots and shoes, very cheap, at C. llanny's.
For The Cairo liulletlii.
THOi: KKASO.NT.ST WELL, HO
RATIO." Tin- Icgixlnturc of Illinois wiil command
the approbation of all right-thinking peo
ple should it refuse to make further appro
priations f,,r the Sb.te Normal univ.-r-ities.
Established and thus far sustained by the
State, the reputation of these schools should
be such as to bring paying patronage sufii
cicnt for their suppoit. Heingan institution
especially designed to instruct per.-nns in
the art of teaching, those, then, wishing to
avail themselves of the advantages it oilers,
ought t. be willing to contribute a reason
able tuiti n f.-e for its support. If any are
kept away simply on account of having to
pay, it would be but reasonable to infer
that s-.ich persons would make but sorrv
teachers at best, ind that it would be neith
er ju-t nr wis;- o expend public money on
them. Any person having the requisite en
emy and a bility to make : good teacher,
can certainly cam enough money to pay for
the instruction he receives at the normal.
"Hoc-your own row," is as applicable to
teachers as to any other profession or call
ing. If there are any funds to be distrib
uted for school purposes, let us have them
for the use of our common schools. This
county would not object to receive live or
six thousand dollars; part of which might
be used to good advantage in the increase
of teachers' salaries -pay the teacher, not
the student. Some should go to increase
the salary of the county superintendent, to
make it nearer on a level with the require
ments and duties of the office.
LutriK sums ot money made in Wall
Street by persons shrewd enough to invest
at the right time. The old house of Alex.
Frothingham & Co.. brokers, P Wall
Street, New York, is entitled to absolute
confidence. Their customers are frequently
rewarded by large returns. Send for their
Lawie ami well selected stock of carpels,
matting, oil cloth and rugs at C. llanny's,
A iiEAUTiKt'i. line of ladies', misses' and
children's hosiery, better than ever before,
at C. llanny's.
Thirteenth street between Washington
avenue and Walnut street, at '-,'.? o'clock p.
M., Saturday, April If), 187!). Cook Stove,
Kitchen Safes, Extension, Center and Din
ing Room Tables, Hocking. Dining Room
and Parlor Chairs, What-Not, Wardrobe,
Hureau, Hedsteads, Springsand Mattresses,
Single and Folding Lounges. Ice Hox,
Heating Stoves, etc.. etc.
Ei.koant line of brocade, rihlxms, latest
style, at U. llanny's.
Ten Cents Worth. -If y,m Wimt ft neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. M l Commer
cial liven ue.
Laiioe stock of chinchilla shawls, very
cheap, at C. Haimy's.
Caul Petkiis desires everybody to know
(and therefore has recourse to The Hullk
tin) that he is now supplying the Cairo
market with poultry fattened in his hencry,
mid thac-everybody nuiy be served ho has
pr, .tided u delivery wagon that will make
i!;.:U rm.d, vf ,j, v. n, sell eggs uu-
questionably fresh, and the fattest, choicest
hens, dressed or undressed, ever sold in
the Cairo market, and all at the ruling
Handsome- line of alpacas, cashmere and
silks very chenp, at C. Haimy's.
LIST OK ADVERTISED LETTERS REMAIN1VI IN
THE f.'AIHO DOST OFFICE AIMIIL li), 187!).
A roiiMiu. W F
Avli- r. Wm
Davia. Wel.on, ('apt
Eli. lie, Harney
liuttierle. .1 II
Hunter, .1 W
.Ji.liusiin. ! J li
M. -Daniels. IVni. li
O Hrerllt. I.eonliiipl
Powell. Lcwix W
S ot ill tut . I-
SllllllT. .1 II
Seolt, T II
Turner, I i.-nr j,
Well-Hi. L il
Willi:.:,.-, Wm J
Din. ill. D. wll
Floiiniev, llldiur.l E
1 1 nil in iin . Henry
L-mrv, li II
L.-laii'.l. II W
Murphy, Win II
Nel-oil. ll. ii W
Seyinore, .lno M
Spreelier, Fi.lur J.
Walker, Willie. Col
Wrlcln, Wm II
Wilton. Lawrence I1
Cotton. Muty Mr
C unwell, Ll.le Mr.
Conner... ,J uUh
l.i.-lme, Horn M
M-.li. It. I Mra
I'l.illip. Mili-n M'-.
'I'm lr. A 1' Mi-h
Walker, Naruli Ml
CutiH'T. Millllie Mil-
!,,u. I, lli-iili,',-! Mr-
lilliiutii. Elin Mr
W Civey. Miilihltt .Mr
.M.iray. Ella f'rx
Sumption. Ida M.--Wiii-itn.
Wiifliinton. Mji M..-
Larue stock of prints, muslin,, lawm
and ginghams, at C. llanny's.
"OH ! WHAT A HAT!''
Put it aside then, and call on M ,r,
the widely known Hatter and Clothier, and
get one of his stylish llroadway Silk Hats
manufactured to order. He is the only
man in the city who i supplied with a
confurifiitor. He can take your measure,
and in short order supply you with a nicely
fitting, stylish hat. at a figure so low that it
will sutpiise you.
GitLVT inducements are being off r-. ia
clothing, at C. llanny's.
N.tTICE. TO ALL WHOM IT .M AVIOM l i:S :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills en
traded by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the H.dletin, unless the
same is math' on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, aud no contrite!,
t'-r a.lvciti-ing or job woik an- valid unless
the same are i ndor-e.l by iiivm If.
E. A. lit um- : "i .
1 1 pound Oid Hairy Letter Heads.
V1; i N"te Heads.
5 " Linn.-n Li tter Ib a Is.
2' i ' Linncn Note Heads.
The IHT quality of p.i; r at rid of
the cheapest grade.
') 1 pound statements - all colors.
10 pound Hills Lading.
14 anil Hi pound Hill ll-ad- -all size
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Loom
wholesale prices. Printing $!,(I0 extra.
Ruling and Rinding, all kinds at Tin:
Hi I.I.ET1N office. 1
The dwi'llini; hoiitu- situated on lot i. teoek TO. lit
the serond addition to the i ity n I nlro. fiMituc on
t t-ditr stret-i. ii.-tir i i.rii.-r ot Tenth street. i,l I,.
sold nu orbelore s-Mnriiiiy. tie- I'.itli day of April.
Three tear's h a-e ul lot.
I'ETLl: ADWts. Own, r
TOM WINTER. .V-M
I ROWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Comer of Seventh -t i.tnl Comn.crdui Avenue.
' to S p.m.
sin i o'cltx k a in., 1 to 6 ami
TMUMAS LEWIS. Semvarr
fc.UH.roiV AND HAKXKSS.
yADDLERY AND HARNESS SHOP.
JAMKS M. K I XX K Ali.
In the old Linhvc- A Heerwart stand, near the
Arab Kncliut House.
IS prepared to do all kinds of w oik in his line,
eheeply, expedlriously. and in a thorough work -iiiaiillko
manner. He invite patrouae and tar
antees satisfaction In every particular.
p'SURANCE AGENCY OF
AVells & KEimr
( liionili: (,f Liverpool)
Yiucm cuitai tio.ooo.uie.
Royal Canadian rffl2SK5Sd.
British America aS';.
ITllimi l ((,r I'l'il"'l''lpliia; established Jn lsni.i
V J11UII j Assets, fmilW.lW.
r 1IU11.U1 S, Assets... ........... miiMiLflfi.
(Of Frenport. 111.).
RISKS WRITTEN AT FA I II HATKS
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