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OFI'ICB, BTTIiI,ma?iaS- COB. 12TH STEBET A.1TD WA8HI 30-0703
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AY
Our Homo Advortisors.
MILLIHERT.
MRS. ANA LANG,
On Eighth Street, botwecn Washington
and Commercial Avonuci,
CAIRO, ILL,
li'recelvlng dally hew Invoices of
2wHXjr.I2Sr33RY GOODS,
01 amy description, sod at Paicta teneiT thb
TlMti
TUE LATEST STYLES OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
BONNETS,
II ATS, III II HONS,
TRIMMINGS,
FRKNCII FLOWERS',
NECKTIES, COLLARS,
UNDER SLEEVES,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VARDEN OLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other articles kept In a
First Clot Millinery and Trimmings hlore. To
us Hiia si ma very lowesi ugure,
VCsli and e Iter, Ko trauUe to
good.
how
M 113. McGEE,
On Eighth Mrret, between Cormr.er;fal and Wah
Ingtou Avenues, It dally receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
or rtta
LATEST SPBINQ AND SUMMER BTTLES.
Betldst a fu!i has ef
BoisrasTE're & hats
Trimmed and aalrlmmed,
FRt.NCU KL0WK1W. BIUH0N3, TBIMMI.NOS
of all kinds. Lace, etc., etc.
Mr. Mrflea hat alto a Urge assortment of
i aucj Aiuciet, tucn at
MECK TIES. COLLARH. UNfiEBflLKEVEH,
BUKft), BASHES, KA.NH.I
And all oiherarticlea usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrt. Mcflff. In addition to her ttock of Fancy
and Millinery (lol, hat a tin and complete
tortmeot ol Cincinnati Cti.tom Made Ladle'
anil Mix'' Hhoe and Children' lloot., Illack
and In Colon. Thete are arsnonleditrd to he
thi- flout and bett ahoat in the market, atd thl
It the only place In the cltjr tliat make, them a
SM-iay.
MRS. 31. SWANDER,
IN THE
ATHENEUM BUILDING
baa opened out an extensive Block of
MILLINERY GOODS
All ot which art entirely new and of the eery
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THESTOCK COMPRISE
ILiTS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
FLOWERS,
And an elegant anortment of
LACKS, PBINOES, KID OLOVES, HOSIERY
and all artlclea utuallj kept in a Brit-class mil
liner atora.
ltrt. Hwandrr Invites the nuhlie toralland In
aped her ttock, whieh the will take pleasure In
ehowlpg to old aa well aa new cuiiorr ert.
4 e-tf.
WAUOiKI.
THE BULLETIN.
THE CAMPAIGN.
POSITION OF HON. GEORGE II.
ATKNULKTON.
THE GERMAN PRESS ON THE
SITUATION.
1I0H.OEO. II. PENDLETON'S POSITION.
"Washington, May 28. A nositivo do.
deration of tho position of Hon, Geo. II.
renaieton hat been ronortcd bv a member
of the Illinois Democratic delegation, and
It can to itatod that ho unequivocally ad
vocates the acceptance of Mr. Groeley by
tho democratic convention. Mr. Pendle
ton considers that tho democratic party
hat been placed in n poiltlon by tacit ad-
horenco to tho Cincinnati convention,
... t.. , , . ..
wneruoy an cnanco oi electing
a democratic ticket has been
destroyed. Ho, thorofore, favors
tho accontanco of Greelov. and isvs that
uoiwecn urani anu ureeley thcro can be
no hesitation ni to tho duty of Democrats.
In considering tho objections raised to
Grceloy as to his record, ho argues that
they are ridiculous, and ho asks whether
the ismo objection will npnlvtoall Radi
cals named at Cincinnati. It it not tho
past which is to bo taken into account,
but tho fuluro conduct of the candidate
designated to ropresent tho Liberal move
ment. IT an unobjectionable record is de
sired, a straight-out Democrat should have
been advocated from tlio beginning; but,
ho cays, it is not consistent to indorse
one radical and refuses to support an
other. Tho opposition to Greeley is
placed, ho says, in two classes: First,
those who aro not sufficiently clear in po
litical sagacity to see that thcro is no
chanco for a democrat,-and second, those
who secretly dcalro tho ro-clectlon of
Grant. Tbo feeling of tho timet, adds
Mr. Pendleton, should bo abovo personal
ity, and all should strike to securo a good
sflrNi efficient government. Ihe letter Irom
Mr. Pendleton, though not intended for
print, is a forcible one.
PART OT THE CONTRACT.
Ex-Gov. Randolph of Now Jersev, who
went down to Richmond to manfpulate
Virginia against Oreoley, has returned
with a " flea in his ear." Democrats are
severe on Dsn. Voorhees for absenting
himself from his teat when there is pend
ing tho senate Ku-kluz and civil rights
bill, and it is suggested that his absence is
part of his contract with tho administra
tion. VOORHEES THE ONLT ONE.
Griffith, of tho Titus villc, Pennsylvania,
district has declared for tho Cincinnati
nominees, and in a letter umcs his nomi
nation at Baltimore. Democrats who have
taken pains to ascertain the opinions of
their colleagues say thay do not believe
mnro are six democrats wno declare tuey
will not vote for Greeley if he is nomina
ted at Baltimore. Some say Voorhees is
the only democrat In tho houso who occu
pies that position.
trato at Jefferson Market police court
committed him to a vulgar cell, but,
within two hours, Judge Leonard, of the
supreme court, granted a writ of habeai
eorpu; and releasod the brother-in-law in
$2A,000 bail. Dotective Uendorson is not
seriously wounded.
A GRANT DELEGATE.
JFrom the flew York Bttr.J
O. D. Ctaflin is one of the Grant dele
gates to the Philadelphia convention, and
we are pleased also, to learn that he has
just reeeived a large contract from the
Government. Fortunately, Mr. Claflin is
above suspicion unfortunately, ttte Gov
ernment is not.
Our Home Advertisements.
SAINT NICHOLAS
BIG ROW.
THAT TROUBLE IN A HORSE HOTEL.
LOVES AND MISF0IITUNE3 OF A
HOSTLER.
WHITE FRAILTY AND BLACK
CUSSEDNESS.
WAGON MANUFACTORY.
SANGUINARY SUNDAY SCHOOL
SUPERINTENDENT.
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32lbTREET AND OHIO I.EVE a
Cairo, Illinois.
011 If
F. GAMBLE
MINCEI.lJaXKOl'M.
PARKER & BLAKE,
baa li at m
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Fatly, Benalaip, Clataollar,
VjJ-IITXJO'W" QI.ABS.
WINDOW SHADES,
Aad the celebrated illumination
AURORA OIL.
nnoss' BUILDING, COR. IIth-bt. COM;
MEBOIAL-AV.,
Cairo,
Olf
ILLINOIS.
C. Hanny wishes the
public to bo informed that ho
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell every articlo
at prices Lower than tho Low
est Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual-
tynd cost.
aiuisith WANTED.
nJ ' ' ,
Agautt wanted IneTer Clty.Tow.i and Coun.
tv. for thi Oorharo Linn, Book and Card.
ddr.
viisa Birsst, Chicago. MOsolat
BILLIARD HALL,
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S.
THIS HOUSE IS XEWLY VITTED UP WITU
TWO EXCELLENT
PHELAN
BILLIARD TABLES,
AND
TWO IFIILSrE!
"JENNY LIND" TABLES,
SUITABLE FOR ALL KINDS OF
PLAYERS.
TUE SALOON IS STOCKED WITH
AffNOUNCEMriVTr).
Mr. Viaaoa, lit., April II, 1872.
EdiUr Ctirt Bulletin t
Data 8ia rieate to announce me aa a candi
date for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
Orsad Dlvlil in ot Illino is. The new constitution
proridca that the Clerks of the Supreme Court
ahall hereafter be elected at the November flec
tion, Instead of the June election aa hcrefore.
The euccettor of the present incumbents are
lobe elected this eomlng fall, but will not qualify
until the prtttBt termt expire In 1173.
Respectfully,
R. A. D. WILDANKB.
New York, May 23, 1672.
CRAWFORD, VANDERUILT'a BROTUER-IN
LAW,
Is superintendent of tbo Sunday School of
the I'burcu ot the Stranger, the templo
which Vandorblltpresentca tour, licems.
The story of tho shooting of Detective
lienuurson byurawiord, at it is comint; to
light now, is as follows: One of the com
modores colored coaenmen lound a young
white woman eating pit: a-ft-et in a break-
of-day reituurant, and had persuaded her
to accompany ulm to Ills cot lu the commo
doro'a burn. Two matrons of tho
neighborhood soeinL' the counle enter.
and, imagining that thoy iieard tho
woman scream, told a policeman, and ho
went to the barn-door and rapped. " ho t
darf" shouted bam bo. "An officer:
want that woman," was tho reply, "uo
to hell," retorted Sambo.
it being me burn ot a ruiirond, luo officer
thought it best not to break down tho
door, and insteud hurried ot! to report to
Laptaiu uurns. J. ho captain also look
arunsidorato view of the railway muuiiatu's
foolliiL'8. and nvrsonallv huadini. a forco cf
officers, went to the vanuorbtit nmnsion
"What tho divil dyo want. Cap?" in
quired the commodoro from his window,
alter tho servants had told him who was
at tho door. "Your black coachman has
ubducted u whito woman ; and as I tup
f09cd you didn't want your barn madu a
iouso of prostitution, I thought I'd let
you know that I want tho woman at
any rate." Tho commodoro and his
brother-in-law aroso and went down
to tho burn, and Sambo was ordered to
deliver his prizo. Uut lin stoutly doniod
tbo impeacumant, and a poiicoinan was
tout into tho burn. Ho had a rough-and-tumble
with tho coachman, but at length
dragged him und tho woman off to tho
JUorcor street station, indignant at mo
police interference, Crawford hurried down
to tho station and budo tho sergeant in
chargo rolouso tho Vanderbilt family
coachman, and becamo boisterous when it
was intimated that Sumbomutt bo impris
oned. Ho attempted to interrupt tho o Ul
cer who was taking Sambo down, and
Dotective llendorton was told to put Ulm
out. Ho oboyod tho order, and onco out-
sido Crawford said : " l ou over put your
hands on mo again and you will nover put
thotii on another man."
Words followed, and attor turtnor warn
ing tho detocttve attempted to arrest
Crawford. Crawford then fired,
wounditii' Detective Henderson. Ho then
fled down Washington Square into the
oommodoro't house. Captain Burnt toon
arrived with a nlaloon ot policemen, and
surrounding the block with officers bade
them arro.t any body who might attempt
to aiunjio irom any houso in the nttgubor
hOOd, Airaill tllU cunimnilnr wu ar.
routed. Crawford was nowhere to bo
found, but tho commodoro promised 'to
surrender him in the mornlnir. mwl r;nt
Rums drew oft' half his forco. still leaving
several officers watching thu block.
Tho only person they arretted was the
commodore's barber, after be had been in
in ahava the old gentleman. Later In th.
mnrnWtha commodore did surrender hi.
brotbsrHn-law, and the exorbitant magi,.
THE BEST BRANDS
or
Bitrua.
SIGN OF' TIIE
aEB tsaUHb.
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
74. OIII9, LEVEE,
O AIBO.
Wholesale and Retail
ZDZRUO-G-IST S
AND
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull slock of I'ure Drugs and
IE ID I C I DET -E3 s .
Al.o a complt'te line of toilet article, Im
ported and American Hoapt,
COLOGNES,
POMADES,
EXTRACTS,
HAIR,
TOOTH
ANDJAIL
BRUSHES,
ToKether with a large anortment of Druggists
Uundrlee and
IF-AJtTOZ" C3-OOHDS.
St. Louis Advertisements.
TIIE.
JEltTGr-ELrn PLACE
To buy the Celebrated
AND BEST QUALITIES Of
TIK PLATE,
SHEET IRON,
FENCE WIRE
AND ALL KINDS OY
TINNERS' STOCK
AT TIIE VKKY
LOWEST PRICES
IS AT
C12 and G14 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Haled room t of the
Execlalor MsmafstetttrlBC t'onpaay.
SltAwtw.
IT KNTEKPsSlaC
AWAIT THE COMING
OF THE GREAT
Sc COB
CQMBINATION!
THE LARGEST ORGANIZATION OF THE SEASON.
THREE SHOWS UNDER ONE TENT!
72 PEOPLE A Little Village of Themselves.
The Management beg loavo to inform tho people of
CAIRO AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY
That they will inaugurate tho tenting season with TWO GRAND PERFORM
ANCES in this city on tho afternoon and evening of
SATTJnDAlT, CTTTlsriE 1ST,
a
Introducing tho largest and most talented company in tho world, engaged at an
enormouso ezpente for
This, the Mammoth Organization of 1872.
CARBOLIC ACID
DISINFECTING POWDER.
An effectual preventive ot Cholera, Typhoid
Fever, fcmalbfoi, Scarlet Fever, Meatelt, Cat
tle Dieaae. aad all pettllential and contagioua
dUeatea. It it put up In pattboard carton., tho
topa or wnicn contain periorationt, irom wiucn
It can betprinkled aa from a Pepper box. fold
07 PAnbUAI DlllS.
ine retail price it zocema per pacaage.
(Proceeding of the Hoard of Health Official.)
Ornra Boaan ar Hiilth, St. Loni.TM May,
1871. The reaident phytlciana atateathathe hat
uteu, ia Hie cuv iiutuiiai, hid carnviuc wiu
IxiwJer. and flnda It the bett disinfectant and
dertroyer of bug, ante, cockroachet tta , ot
which he hat knowledge. Tour committee re-
commendt the purcbate of thit powder for use
in ine notpuait.
(Signed) B. H. O'UBIEN,
. Cleik Hoard ol Uealtb.
We are now In receipt afafietliatockof
PAINTS,
OILS,
AND COLORS
For the season ; alto a full line of
PAINT,
VARNISH,
AND ARTISTS
BRUSHES,
Aud Palntera Material generally.
LIQUOBS,
andCIQ-A.:R,S.
v
MIXED DRINKS
ARE COMPOUNDED IN THE
MOST APPROVEDTYLE.
BfiyCOME AND SEE FOR YOUR-
SELF.
They keep on hand a fine stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
SWEITZER CHEESE
1
AND HOLLAND HERRINGS
REFRESHMENT TABLES
Ars spread morning and arenlng
Jrr O'OIiOOK,
At which all are invited to partake
FREE OF CHARGE.
8-lWtm
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
THE ONLY RELIABLE GIFT ENTERPRISE
IN.TIIE COUNTRY I
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo dittributed in
ii. 3D. s i nsr :e ' s
15Sth Regular Sloplhly
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
To be drawn Monday, June 3d, 1872.
Two Grand Capitals or
$5,000 In Greenbacks!
GREENBACKS
Two Prizes $1,000 J
Flvo Prizes 600 g.
Ten Prizos 100
One Harte and Dugiy with silver-Mounted Har
nett, worth G0" each.
One fine-toned Kotewood I'ianw, worth (MX).
Ten family tewing machines, worth SlOo each.
Five hoary easel old hunting watches aad heavy
ff Id chafna worth txi each. Five gol I Amer
utn hunting watchea woith each. Ten
ladies Bold hunting watchet worth I0O each.
Eight hundred gold and silver lever huntina
watchet, In all, worth from tin to l.luo. Ladies
gold leontine chain, geni'a gold vest cnalna,
aulld and double platod sllicr table and tea-ai-ount,
photograph album. Jewelry, etc,, etc.
Whole number of gilt, 0,000. Tickets limited to
Oo.OJU.
Asrnlt wanted to tell tickets to whom liberal
premium will be paid.
Iricgie tickets nno dollar six tickets fire dol
lars; twelve tickets, ten dollars; twenty-five
twenty dollars.
Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a de
scription of the manner ol drawing, and other
Information In reference lo the distribution, will
be tent lo any ono ordering them. All lettera
must bo addressed to - L. l. HIKE, Box, 8a,
nrrin, Cincinnati, O.
101 West Slh tt nori-w&dly
Previous to the Porformaaco
IMI'LXjIE OELESTIITE, ;
tho world renowned LADY ROPE "WALKER, will maVo her daring ascontion from
mo ground to mo top or. luo ucntro rolo; ana uuring tno pcrtormance
"Will make her
DARING LEAP FOR LIFE!
sl
A Grand French Ballet Troupe of
PIPTBB1T YOTJlTa- LADIES.
MR JOSEPH H. KEANE,
The Talented Young Comedian, in hit own personation of
IRIIF "VAJSr WIIsrLE,
Is also with tho Combination; altogether forming the largest and most powerful
Company traveling.
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE LARGE PAVILION 1
LOOK OUT FOR THE
GOLDEN BAND CHARIOT
AND THE
C3-IR .A. IN" D STBBBT PABADB.
Admission 60 Cents.
Children 25 Cents.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMHIfaHION ANU t'OKWAHDING.
Do you with to receive all the benenefitt of
the celebrated
MEDICINAL WATERS
-OF
SARATOGA, N. Y.,
and
BLUE LICK, Kt.
Without the expente of a trip to thote resorts.
If so. applv to us. We receive thesewater di
rect frem the turingt, and are prepared to lur
null them pure, 1CK COLD, frreth and Lliely
from our counter. Person living at a dlttanee,
or who with to have the water In their housos,
can be auppllrd with Saratoga in bottles and Blue
Lick in bottles, kegs and barrels. Call and get
acircular in retard to the medicinal virtues ol
these noted waters.
o-Sdlf
THE FURTRADE.
H. LETT CO. FAT TUX 1U0UE3T MARKET
PRICES.
Below will bo found the corrected list
of prices paid by U. Levy & Co., for
bidet, furt, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce.
Levy & Co. do a very large trade in their
line, and it it a well known fact that thoy
always pay tho highest prlcot to bo ob
tained in this market. They aro now
paying for
ruas:
Mink J 00a 2 35
Kaccoon "
WildCat 60
House Cat 10 a to
Musk Rat IB
(inostum 12a
Otter 5 00 a 7 00
BearSkint a uoao uu
Beaver, per pound 60 a 76
BIDES, R POUND !
DeerBkins M187J
Beer Hides, Dry Salt 18) a 20
ti Green Salt 0al24
$300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY-.
Leoalizkd by State Authority and
Drawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme.
50,000 NUMBERS.
Class E, to be Drawn Hay 81, 1872.
6,880 Prizos, Amounting to $300,000.
600 Prliosof. loo
ot 1,11
1 Prlteof. $JO,000
1 Of........ 13.180
1 of. io.uo
1 of. 7,HD
1 of 6,000
4 11 of 2,nu
ai " of. i,(Ji
20 of. s
40 of. 640
s
I)
a
0
38
an
180
600
Ot..
of.,
of.,
of.,
of..,
of..,
of...
600
3U0
iM
2CU
160
lea
11)
Tickots $10; Httlf Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, $2 60.
Our lotteries are chartered by the State, are
always drawn at tho time named, and all draw
ings are under the supervisiou of sworn com
mijonnrs. The olticlal drawing will be published in the
St. Louis papera and a copy sent to purchasers
ofliekeU.
We will draw a similar scheme the last day of
e ery month during the y t-ar Wi.
Benin at our risk bv nottofnee limner order.
registered letter, drafi or express. 8enu fur cir
cular. Addreas.
P. O. box 2110.
MU11KAY, MILLER a CO.,
tU. LOUII, .MO.
4-10dawly
6a71
D a 06
OTHER ARTICLE! i
Tallow, nsr Dound
60
Wnnl. 11 60 a 70
Beeswax " ;; 26 a 28
The above price list Is subject to correo-
yon,
IMMIQBANT TICKETS
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, J K Hal. j FOR SALE,
VOR SALE. J For Hale 1 FOR SALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Fare from Londonderry
Fare front Glaboow,
Faro from Qukenbtowm
10 CAIRO, ;:!:::;: $4820
Z. D. MATHUSS.. E. C.UIIL
MATHUSS & UIIL,
AND ti EN 10 HAL
Commis sionMerchants
DEALERS IN
HAY AND WESTERN ntODUOI
no. es ouio EKViii:.
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
A0
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
iSD
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tor FAIRBANKS SCALES,
bloO Levee. OAIHO. IIX1MOU.
dadord, Morrit k Ca
gents.
INMAN LINE
Liverpool New-Toik ahd Philadelphia
Steamship Company,
vssia coaraacT wira phitsd statu aas ssirisa
soTaaaMiaTS
For Oarrying the Mailt.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcatasa larsajsaTioa
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aqt.,
It Broadway, Naw-Iork, or to
H. Hssstptt
WaaklDitoo Xsau, Oaire. nois. s
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. B. Hemlricas a Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AMD
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
AS Liberal Advancements made 2sff
a3B upon Consignments. SW
Aro prepared to receive, ttore and forward
freights to all points and buy and
sell ou commission,
WBuslness attended to promptly:
JOHN R. PHLLIS & SON,
(tJuccestora to John B. Chillis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
ASH
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AND
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TBNTU-ST. and OHIO LEVIS
CAIRO, ILLS.
Our Home Advertisers.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
AND
Cement, Plaster Paris,
AXD
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Corner Eighth Ntrcct aad Oh!e Leva,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
II. 31. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
iMirERan.sVisrT;
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave..
. Cairo, Ills.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
Mo. 7 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILUROtl,
swapoclal attention glvan to consignments en
orders.
WOOD RITTENH0U8E,
FLOUR
AID
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO lkvxx, .
STRATTON k BIRD,
(Huccestort toBtratlon, Hadseafc Clark''
WHOLESALE GROCIRS
OOUMI88IOM MEJtGMAVM.
67 Ohio Ur, Otliiok

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