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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1872.
FOR COI'NTY ATTORNEY.
W- err atilltorir.ett to announce 1'. II.
Pope n candidate for County Allonicy M
(h rnmlng Not ember election.
The rotartnenlilp between Cloo & Vin
cent li thf day dlolvcd by mutual nerce
nicnl. All who are known to be Indented
to Hie (Inn w III plenac call and cttcat once
with either ol the parties
Cairo. Anjr. 1, 1872. F. Vincent.
PafclleaUoa (Mm, Balictla Balldlag
WHY SENATOR LOGAN IS NOT A
JOHN A. LOGAN IN THE ROLE OF
THE NEGRO SELLER.
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'n.
This hoii'o l
newly titled up with
And two line
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable lor :ill kind- ol
The Kilonn I ."locked."
are compounded In the 1110-t approved style.
tSTCome and ee foryour-clf. They keep
on hand a line Mock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
REFRESH M EXT TABLES
are spread morning and evening at nine
o clock, at which all are lnited to partld
pate free ol charge. 8-ltfdtf.
John H. Oberly, Esq.,
Dear Sir : As Jobn A. Logan li to ad
dress tbo public In Oalro, I would be
pleaied highly gratified if he would ex
plain tho chargo tnado in a lata number of
the Cincinnati Commercial,' that 500,000
were lacked on to the last appropriation
bill, ostensibly to pacify the Tueton Sioux'
tribe of thirty lodges in Montana, and
that tho said John had tho nomination of
tho dliburser of tho same, and in consc
quonco whereof ho, thu aforesaid John,
thoretoforo being in great doubt, immedi
ately know on which side oi the political
fenco lay bis bread and butter, and forth
with showed his hand.
Also, if he would reply to Got. Palmer's
speech, at Jacksonville, August 8, in which
the Governor said:
In 1862 I was a member of the Gen
eral Assembly, when a prominent Demo
cratic mombor of that body, John A. Lo
gan by natno, introduced a bill to bell
NEdROES FOUND IN T1IK STATE TO THE
HioiiEST uiiiDER. I votod against that
infamous bill, and was indicted, arraigned,
tried and found guilty, and yet this man,
Logan, claims to-day that ho is a Republi
can and I am not! What marvelous
changes have taken placo I
Mr. Editor, I would like tho Senator to
onlargo on tho following toxt:
Wild as an Indian chanting tho deeds
of bis fathers, (which are none of his bus.
inoss, becuuse no man can claim bis fa
ther's work) is Genoral Logan, whoso per
sonal reformation soems to bo coincident
with a certain moral confusion of sight, so
that ho quotes scripturo to excuse a public
officer for appropriating public property to
his family. An infidel, according to John
A. Logan, is a man who will not support,
bis family and brotbors-in-law at tho pub.
He expenso. Happily for tho priests, there
fore, Infidelity is nearly extinct under tbo
president's orthodox example.
Please call Logan's attention to these
things, as I want more light for the blind .
Paducah suit tho pooplo along tho route
through the countios of McCrackcn and
Ballard to Cairo ? Wo ask for Informa
tion." Tho road would suit tho people of
Cairo to a T. Our peoplo aro for all rail
roads, and havo a hankoring after those of
the narrow guago kind.
Wo call tho attention of, farmors and
citizons to tho now firm of Richardson &
Davidson, blacksmiths and wagon makors,
corner of Sixteenth and Commercial ave
nue They aro stoady, Industrious young
men, and are said to bo oxcollent mechan
ics. Wo bespeak for tbom a liberal share
of public patronage, and wish thorn sue
oss in thoir enterprise.
Harry Walker A Co., aro again at
their old tricks. They aro bound to keep
pure liquors, good attondants, splondld
lunch tables, tho finest billiard tables, and
to let everybody know that they do so all
the time, to the satisfaction of every ono
who resorts thither. They aro io " jog
ging along as usual " as some who don't
know tho virtue of advertising, but aro do
ing a good business.
Tho 'Sun' appeared yosterday evening
enlarged and with a docidod increase of
matter. Wo congratulato friend Davis.
Somoofhis party friends swear at him a
littlo for not making tho 'Sun' a paper as
large as tho New York 'Herald,' but wo do
hereby bear testimony that few other men
besido Davis could have taken hold of a
Republican paper in Cairo whon he did,
and havo make it a succoss.
The Cairo 'Gazette' is pursuing the
inquiry "shall St. Mary's park bo fenced ?"
Wo havo bcon hunted down with that
samo interrogatory a number of times, as
noted last week. Wo suppose, tho com
mltteoappointod to take tho business in
hand can give tho information. Tho
'Gazetto' docs not liko tho namo of St.
Mary. Well, how would it do to change,
it to St. Lincgar's park, or St. Popo's
It is not gonorally known, but it
should bo, that tho common houso fly is a
carrior of dlsoaso. It is truo that tho
small-pox is about becomo extinct in tho
city; but it may prove useful to know
tho result of an experiment as regards the
fact stated. A physician, suspecting that
(lies tvoro propagators of opidemics and
of small-pox, placed a plate of glycorino
in a room in tho neighborhood of which
small-pox prevailed. After a whilo tho
files alighted, and, on subsequent inspec
tion through a microscopo valorous matter
precisely tho same as that of a small-pox
patlont was discovered. Think of a
swarm of flies, charged with small-pox, or
other diseased matter, lighting on tho food
get before you I
REGULAR C AIRO, PADIH'AH & EVANS'
VIU.K SEMI-WEEKLY U. S.
Tin. fast hri.l Elegant IWcnger Steamer
I.CK (iUAMMKU, Master.
El. Thomas, Clerk.
t3T Leave- Cairo lor Paducah and Evan
vlUe. everv Thur-dav and Sunday f enliiL'.
at 0 o'clock, coiiiit utlii'- at Evaiivllle with
the LouUvtlle anil Cincinnati packcti-. For
freight or parage apply to
Jamem lliiiOs Pa-Kcneer At't.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADl'CAIl Ar EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The flue Pai-engur Packet
"I.eac Cairo for Paducah and Evuns
;ery TueMlav and Friday evciiini: at C
o'clock. For freight or parage apply on
board or to
.1 AMr.8 lltotis, l'aiM-engcr Ag-'t.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVAN8V1LLE
&E1U-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The tine low procure l'acngcr Packet
tSTLeavcs Cairo cwry Wednesday ami
Saturday evening at 11 o'clock, tor Paducah
and Evunhville. For freight or parage up.
lily on board or to
.1 Ami: Hiana, Paemser Ag't.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips dally.
I......M f. .
At S-.30 a.w
At 1:SU p m
At I) i,.m
... L. Ail Ant 1(1 rliKt. for I'l M
Will lend, whtn hailed, at any good intermwlfaie
ndin(or passengers or freight, nor ltf.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The aplendld Meainur
CT-A.S. EI SIC,
Stanley Drown, Capt,
1U. oalro DAILY, (Sunday excepted
!- ' ,Jl
Business on tho lovee to-day rcporto d
dull. Monday generally is rather blue.
Thermometer indicated 94, at 11 a. in.,
in tho shade, and 103, in the sun, yesterday.
County court will open on Thursday,
the 15th instant, at the court house, Judge
Wm. Lonergan, who has been
everoly ill for some'time, Is, we are glad to
The building on Eighth street, re
cently occupied as a socond-hand furni
ture store, is being fitted up for a harness
Wo undorstand that a greater part of
the public school library books havo
been returned. There aro a few, howovcr,
still absent from tho roll call.
Wm. McPhcters, of Santa Fe, who has
been an earnest supporter of tho admin
istration herctoforo is now a Liberal
Republican earnestly dosirous of Gree
ley's and Brown's election.
The negroes may cheer Logan to-night
in ignorance of tho fact that whilo ho
was a member of tho Illinois. Legislature
he advocatod the policy of freo negroes bo-
ing drawn from the state.
Wo aro informed by Mr. Cunning
ham, ono of tho commlttco which has tho
supervision of St. Mary's park fence, that
the order for tho fencing wire has been
given, and that as soon as it arrives, tho
work will bo commenced.
Last Saturday evening between tho
hours of six and sovon o'clock, whilo Mr,
Loflin was absont from his store, some
person stole between $C5 and $70 out of
his till. No clue to tbo thief so far. Mr,
ij couldn t attord tno loss and wo aro
sorry for him.
Wo are sorry to hear that Mr. B. S
Uarrell has resolved to remove to Cloves,
Ohio. His brother, Mr. Wm. Harrell,
will occupy tho furnituro store in
Thornton's block, on Tenth street. Wo
expect to find him back hero inside of
Wo aro informed by Mat. Burns, that
Dan. Bean has quito suddenly dissp.
peared, leaving sevoral drays and horses
behind him. Uehasbeon misted by his
friends, and is supposed to havo gono to
Racine, Isconsln, on a visit to his rcla
lions residinc thero.
Tho'Kentuckian" announces tho im
portant fact that a "littlo block dog with
a tin collar on, marked A. C. " tho pro
pertyof a Cairo gentleman has been lost
in raaucau. Whoso dog Is this littlo
black dog? and is the dog or tho tin collar
marked A. O.V Those aro tlio questions
If you want a lino gaiter, slipper or
shoo of tho best quality cslf skin, morooco
woll-fltting and of line finish, call on
Felix Malinskl, manufacturer of boots and
shoes on Sixth street, between Washing
ton und Commercial avenues. Ho is not
only an excellent mechanic, but a worthy
Wo learn from that live daily th
Cairo liulleUn, that Mr. John T. Ronnie,
a former citizen of Metropolis, proposes
erecting a foundry at Cairo this Fall.
Wo rejoice at this indication of prosperity
on tho part of our former fellow townsman
and can only add he deserves success.
The Paducah 'Kentuckian' asks:
,'How would a narrow guage road from
Hon. Geo. W. Wall will reply to tho
speech Sonator Logan will mako to-night.
Hon. Wm. H. Green, of this city, ad
dressed tho Liberals of Metropolis last
M. J. Howley, the present City Clerk,
has been urged to becomo a candidato for
Ono hundred dollars were raised by
tho Cairo Grant and Wilson club, at the
moeting last Friday night, to defray tho
expenso of tho Logan meeting to-night.
Mr. Pope is announced this morning
as a candidato for County Attorney. As
City Attorney ho has been, it is generally
conceded, a very efficient officer, and has
won very considerable strength before the
peoplo. Mr. Webb must get on his fight
-Mr. John Gladney, it has been sug
gested, might now walk into the sheriffs
oflico. With tho white vote of the county
divided between three white men, nnd the
colored voto united upon John, Jobn
would go in. But then, you see, John is
wnod by Munn nnd Pope and his mast
ers won't allow him to run.
In 18.13, John A. Logan, who proposes
to court the negroes to-night into support-
ng Grant, moved in the Illinois Legisla
ture that tho Judiciary Committee bo in
structed to report a bill excluding free
negroes from the soil of Illinois. Whore
the indignant Scott? .Will not Bird
riso up in wrath ?
Editorial Candidates. John H.
Oborly, of the Cairo Bulletin, has been
nominated by the Democracy for tho
Legislature, nnd Jobn Barkloy of the
rnlrtleiu i'ress, tor tbo samo position by
tho Republicans. Thoy will both be elect
ed. Shaicneetown Mercury,
Squire Shannessy excoriated tho viola
tors yosterday, who were not in such full
force as sometimes happens,
James O'Brien and M, Cannon had both
agreed with wonderful unanimity, at
ditferont times and places, to make as
tronomical observations through the hot
torn of a tumbler, in which exciting labor
thoy becamo overcomo, and required thu
attontlon ofnurso Martin. Tho expense
of Justico's doctoring and nursing, was
$1 and costs each. Tho former paid
liko a gontleman of capital, and thu lultor,
was given a week to settle tho account.
Dan Barry, undor tho influenco of
scorpion broth, swayed his arms liko
windmill on a tear. Billingsly persuaded
Dan to accompany him after tho un
wanted oxorciso to a cooling-otf placo.
Tho muscular domonstrator obtained froo
board and constitutional exerciso under
the digcroot care of McUalo for tho period
of ten days?
GRANTISM AT SANTA FE.
FLAG RAISING ON SATURDAY LAST,
DRUNKEN. RIOTOUS AND GEN Kit
ALLY DISGRACEFUL AFFAIR.
On Saturday last, it was given out, that
a Grant and Wilson pole would bo raisod
at Santa Fo, in this county, nnd tho faith
ful were Invited to bo in attendance.
At tho appointed hour, four o'clock p,
m., the host of Republicans arrivod at tho
designated placo, and was composed of
five voters, throo residents of the product
who aro not voters, and twonty-threo
good Radsand truo bummers of the most
accomplished kind from Commerce.,
Aftor tho pole had bcon raisod and a
speech made by a man named Rhodes
a short, no-account speech tho Santa Fo
and Commerce bcl lovers in Grant tapped
tho beer kegs thoy had brought with them
from Missouri, and then began a scone of
revelry. Thero was cursing and quarrel
ling and fighting. Pistols wore drawn
nnd fired, and a high old time was gener
ally indulged in, The citizons were
greatly annoyed, nnd they all unito in
saying no more disgraceful affair ovor
before occurred In that precinct.
Thore will bo a moonlight excursion on
board tho steamer T. F. Eckert on Friday
ovoning, August 16th, lonving Phillips'
wharf boat at 7) o'clock and Mound City
at 8 o'clock p.m.; up tho Ohio river and
return to Cairo at 11 p. m. ; then up the
Mississippi and return to Mound City at 1
a. m., making final landing at Cairo at
1:30 a. m.
No cards of invitation, as all who wish
to participate are cordially invited.
committee of arranoements.
A. B. Safford, W. H. Morris,
O. R. Woodward M. fl. Harrell,
Phil Howard, John Q. Harman,
A. H. Irvln, Dr. C. W. Dunning
B. F Blake, Paul G. Schub,
C. R. Kyle, Irwin Dugan,
H. Hannon, Thos. L. Watson,
M. P. Fulton, H. Given Hagey.
Dr. N. R. Casoy, Capt. Wm. Hambleton,
Duko Carter, Dan'l Hogan.
Good music for tho occasion.
Tickets, $2, admitting gentleman and
ladles; for salo at drug and stationery
stores ; also by tho committee. al3-td,
WHAT MARTHA PROPOSES.
Cairo, August 12, 1872.
Editor Cairo Bulletin :
Dear Sir This afternoon I saw tho
Cairo 1 Gazette,' in which I am invited to
meet tho policeman signed " Aforesaid "
on Wodnesday at the 1 Gazetto ' office
"for the purposo of organizing a plan of
salvation for tho fallen sisters." Thero
aro also editorial remarks to tho samo ef
fect. The trap is too plain, nnd tho sneor
too palpablo for mo to roply to tho whis
tloing. I havo not that opinion of tho
editor's morality which would mako the
offor accoptablo. But, if any Christian
lady will addross " Martha," caro of " K,"
Cairo post oflico, sho will find a Martha,
wearing fomalo apparel, who can hear
with both ears, to respond to
tho same, and who will glvo hor mito to
wards tho accomplishment of tbo dosirod
And, perhaps you will permit mo to re
mark that I am glad to find the kind lot-
tor of " Unua " In The Bulletin. I
think matter? will como to a hoarlng yet.
The point which " Unus " broaches is pre
cisely what I was coming to, and all my
efforts havo been directed to draw forth
such an oxprossion.
Things cannot bo dono in a moment ; I
would like to hear an expression from
others, and from " Unus " again. I havo
no other object in view, except to havo
theso poor creatures brought
under tho influences of Christian charity
with the blessing of God. And likewise,
let me again repeat, that it is upon thoir
male companions the punishment should
fall, instead of which, theso unfortunates
have to bear tho woight of both punish
mont and exposure, while tho victimizor
escapes, and is received into the "best so
ciety" as a matter of course, without re
proach or question ; and his victim is
banishod almost without tho palo of hu
manity, so that she cannot return if sho
would. Aro not thoso facts a burning
sbamo to our professions of Christianity?
Before the closo of tho week it "Unus"
will address the editor of The Bulletin,
I think a movement can bo set on foot.
Thero will be sold at public auction at
tho naval station, Mound City, Ills., on
Friday, August 10th, at ono p. m., tho
following property on account of navy
department, bureau of ordnanco:
COO pounds refuso powdor.
Terms of sale, cash on delivery, and re
moval of property within throo days.
By order of Commandant,
Francis T. Gillett,
8-11 3t. P. A. Paymaster U. S. N.
Weiss Beer of tho Ulysses S. Grant
brand, Christianizing in its character, is
kept for sale at the Thalia saloon only. tf.
Thero will be sold at public auction at
tho naval station, Mound City, Illinois,
on Friday, August 10th, at one p.m., tho
following property on account of navy
department, buroau yards and docks :
1 Smithy i.e. Bargo.
1 lot of Iron.
1 Platform Scales and Weight.
200 feet Rubber Uoso.
1 Blacksmith's Forgo.
1 lot of Stoves.
1 Letter Press.
Terms of salo, cash on delivery, and re
moval of property within three days.
By order of Commandant,
Francis T. Gillktt,
8-1 l-3t P. A. Paymaster U. S. N.
Ureoloy Lager Beer, a purely patri
otic article, can bo bad at Thalia sa.
"Can't do Without it. This is what
tho stage and borso car companios, livery
stablo keepers, mombers of tho turf, and
all grooms and troinors say of tho Mus
tang Liniment. Thoy "can't do without
it." And why? Bocauso It infallibly ro
duces tho external swellings, &c, which,
undor various names, impair tho useful
ness and valuo of tho king of quadrupeds,
and also bocauso, for sprains, strains,
galls and other injuries to which horse
flesh is liable, it is tho most trustworthy
preparation in tno miirkot. lot tnose
recommendations compriso only a por
tion of Its claims to publin confidence
During a period of more than sixteon
years, it has boon recognized as a specific
for many of tho most agonizing disorders
which afflict tho human family such as
rheumatism, gout, nouralgia, lumbago,
ticdolereux, soro throat, earache, tooth
ache ; and llkowlso as a poorles applica
tion for cuts, bruises, burns and scalds,
Can tho coarso gritty tooth powders
nnd tootli.dcstroying chemical fluids find
a place on tho toilets of sensible peoplo.
The fragrant and preservative Sozodont
has sporceded them ul). Aug 10-d,w-lw
A Family Treasure. Tho happiest
and host mombor of a family is usually
called tho light of tho household, because,
besides being happy and cheerful himself,
or herself, ho or sho makes all clso habpy
or cheerful. Tho Charter Oak is such a
troasure. Aug. 10-lt
Girls wishing to bo instructed in Mu
sic, or to attend night school should call
on Miss Fitzgora'd, at the Gibson House,
on Commercial avenue, corner of 4th
street, Cairo. -3t.
Wo respectfully inform the citizons
ol Cairo and vicinity that we shall opon
on or about the 1st of September, 1872, in
NcfTs new brick building on Eighth
streot, with an entlro new and elegant
stock of dry goods, clothing, etc.
8-10 tf. Blum & Amson.
Prof. L. Kruger is propared to give
privato lessons in elementary as well as in
tho highest branches of education in tho
English, Gorman, French and ancient
languages, at tho residences of thoso desir
ing instruction, from Monday the 12th
inst. Inquiro at Judgo Bross' office
Blum & Amson will open about the
1st of September with a now stock of
clothing, dry goods, boots and shoes, etc.,
which will be seloctod by Mr. Blum in
the Eastern markots, during this month
His largo experience in tho business and
acquaintance with tho wants of tho peoplo,
will enable him to mako his stock full and
completely suited to all classes and ages.
Remember tho ploco NefTs now brick
building on Eighth streot, between Com
mercial nnd Washington avenues.
I will sell my brick cottngo and two
lots, on comorofSlxth and Walnut streets,
sultablo for any family, having soven
finely finished rooms besido thobasomont;
gas throughout; two cisterns, and out
houses nil complete; flno shrubbery, fruit
Enquiro at my snop on Sixth street, or
at my residence as abovo
July 28. If. FnED. Throiiold.
A great excitement provails in tho City
Shoo Storo. bv tho usual rush of custom
ers for Boots, sliocs and Slippers. Tho
secret is, Mr. Black announces his inten
tion to sell bis entire stock of summer
goods at actual Cost Prices, to make room
for an early fall trado.
Patrons should bear in mind it is to
hoir interest to call early to obtain bar
gains. RIVER NEWS.
Stcamor Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
" Mary E. Poe, Red rivor.
" Emperor, St. Louis.
11 Mary Boyd, St. Louis.
11 Julia, St. Louis.
" Idlewild, Evansville.
" Emilio LaBargo, Red river.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
Alary Anna, rew Orleans.
Jim Fisk, jr., Paducah.
Jim Watson, St. Louis.
Crescent City, St. Louis.
Steamer Bollo Memphis, Memphis.
" Mary E. Poo, St. Louis.
" Emperor, Cincinnati.
" Mary Boyd, Memphis.
11 Julia, Memphis.
" Idlewild, Evansville.
11 Emilie LaBarce, St. Louis.
Mary Anna, Louisville.
Grand Tower. St.
Jim Fisk, jr., Paducah
nio muddy coal.
Steamboats supplied at any timo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, nnd on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Spocial contracts offered on favorablo
torms upon application.
H. V. Olyi-uant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
BOATS TO LEAVE TO-EAY.
The fine passenger steamer Henry
Amos leaves for Now Orleans-this evening
at 10 o'clock. Tho elegant City of Ches
ter is the anchor lino boat for Memphis
and all way points, this evening at C
o'clock. Tho favorite anchor lino boat
Bello Memphis is the packet leaving for
St. Louis and all way landings at 10 p. m.
to-day. Tho good low wator packet Ar
kansas Belle loaves for Evansville and all
points on tho Ohio river this evening at
C o'clock. Remember that tho splondld
packet Jim Fisk loaves at 4 o'clock this
evening for Paducah and all way points,
City National Bank Building.
S,ecll attention paid to orders from mean,
Our Homo Advertisers.
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Orer M. J. McOnutej'i drag more,
noir corner ConmeroUl arenue nnd Elih
teenth etreel. a.sitf
WILLIAM R. 8MITH, M. D.
ptCSIDENCE-No. II Thirteenth street, be.
XV ttreen Washington arenue and Walnut street.
Ufflce li'l Commercial arenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
DKSIDKNCE-cornerMnth and Walnut sts,
fVOffice coiner Sixth street aad Ohio leree.
Ornoo honre from 8 e.m. to 11 m., and p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
I JEHIDENCK Corner Nineteenth street and
IV Washington atenue, near court house. Of.
nci orer Arior'e Grocery store, Office Hours trom
10 e.m. to 12 m. and Irom 2 to n. m.
R. S. 1IRIG1IAM, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Of
fice l.'lO Commercial avenue. Residence on
Tenth street three doors west ofC.H. Wood
(Buctessor to P. Siup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 CommeicUl Arenue,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth atrect nntl Com.
C. (). PATIER.
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES, FRUITS. EGGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
JQT All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at the lowet prices.
Corner Oth and St. CommcrclalAvn.
In Ruder' New llrlck Building, comer of
Eighth and Washington Avenue,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
AND DEALER IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Ice Cream and Soda Fountain.
1 desire to Inform my patron and the pub
lic at large, that 1 am at all times prepared to
furni-li even thing in the above Hue on the
liorteit notice, Including Wedding and
Queen cakes, etc. AIo nipper parties fur
nished to order promptly and perfect i-atli-faction
For quality and pricci I defy comeptltlon.
Try me once and you will come again.
fcSThc Weekly Bulletin is
$Conly One Dollar a year.
Tj-The Sunday Bulletin is
KBgonly One Dollar a year,
UCSky mail ; Two Dollars by
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its' aepreaalon. involuntary emission,
loaeof semen, spermatorrhoea, loss ol
ower. dlBsy head, loss of inemorv.
and threatened Impotence and iinbe.
clllty, Had a sovereign cure In 11 urn.
phrey's Homeopathic Nuerllic No
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ble mild end potent CiirativrtH. Uiey Mnke
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energy, lile and vitality to lli entue man. They
hare cured thoitnd of ch-cb, Price, 5 per
pscktgeiol nveboxei and a Urge 12 rial, which
ii rery Important in obstinate or old cases, or
persinxleboz. sold by all druggists, and cent
by mall on iccelpt o price. AdJreas Humphrey
Hpeciflo Homeopsthlo Medicine Co., W2 liro
way.N. Y. P. O BCHU1I,
utilMuwwl Aieit, Calroi lllinol
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply customer with the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Hallldav Hro. office, 70
OHIO lkvkk. or at thu Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tun "3IONTAUK" will brimr coal
alontr-ide to steamers at any hour,
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATEN, Proprietor.
toe Commercial Arenue, CAIRO, II.LINOIH
Heat brand of Cllfo UCIgaraJuat recehttJ,
1ULL1ARD saloon furnlMied with the best
ortables ; and bar supplied with wines, liquor
ami clears of the finest brands.
AND DI1LIR IN
Eioiitii Street, Between Wasiiinoton
and Commercial Avenues,
Adjoining Ht'tenhouae and Ilsuny's.
Keep the best or Beet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, SausaKe, etc., nd are prepared to afcrre
cllunna In the moat acceptable manner.
Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds or
Corner Ninetenth and Poi-l.ui Stu.,
Iluyh und MatiHhtcrx only tho bent cattle,
hon and sheep, and linrepared to till any de
mand for Iresh meats from ono pound to ten
thousand pounds. dcc20tf.
Beat In the United Htalea. Water Cooler, Toilet
eettH, l X L Preeters, Hilt and Hponge liatha,
Cagea, Draaa, Copper and Enamelled Ware, Hrlt'
n I a and planished Ware, Japanned Waro of
ererydeacriptlon, and a a general assortment of
Among others I keep the justly celebrated
A victim nf early indiscretion, causing r erroua
debility, premature decay, etc., baring tried In
rain erery adrertised remedy, lias discorered
simple means of self-cure, which he will send
fiee to his fellow sufferers, J, II. Itee es, No, li
reel, New York,
It is useless to mention their superior qualities
"unt'ry. B,'e 'r ,hem,elveB throughout ' the
I manufacture erery thing la Tin. Sheet Iron, and
Copper Ware out of the very beat material, and
ha.e no hesitation in stating that I hare a iraer
and more comp Me assortment of goods men'
tiouod than can bo found In tho city.
in?? T "a.mlne bf purchaalnu elsewhere.
Jobb hig, home gutterfng, and aff outside work
promptly attended to. o. w. HENDERSON,
Of 1 W Commercial arenue, Cairo, III"
Our Home Advertiuers.
COMMMMION ANB rBWAKBINO.
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAUtO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccessora to E, B. Ilcudricas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adrancemenls made atsStjflf
avsK upon Consignments, elf
Are prepared to recelre, store aad forward
freights to all points and bay and
sell on commission,
yiliilnes attended to prnmpUr:
Z. D. MATHUaa.. I, 0 .UUL
MATHUSS & UHL,
C 0 M M I 8 S I ON M E R C HANTS
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. 4 OHIO I.EVEK.
STRATTON Si BIRD,
(Successors toStratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT,
X)'3A.Xi33XiS HIST IiXl:EQ'
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Eighth Btreet sattd Ohio Levee
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE.
W. M. Willi amh, Jab. Kinsley,
Late ofVickaburg, Miat, Late ol Cia'ti.J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, HtEAMUOAT AND
t-v ti t a nmun a v va iiirjotoij
runnnuuiiiu is lujijiiodiv.i
05, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John D. Phlllis.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR j
And Agents of
OUIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,