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ffihc (Cairo Anting gSuJktin,
The Evikiko limr-m it published etiry after
juon,ro Wahln;tori Atomic, (DcnWrat'ilall); by
jMm H. Oberlf A Co., for circulation by- carriers,,
.Lnun.l tho man. . V v "V
The Witttr IIcliktis, n largo clght-pago forty coI
umn uper, In Issued on Thtirailny, for the mall, nd
In for ml" our counter and tiy newsdealers.
TERMS.
" riitr nruTmim) it cahiiikm.
Per week ......, ............ - 10.C.C9'V
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-ingle copy, per year...
T-00
Ingle copy, per tlx montln 3
Slnglo'copy, per three months-...
(' WirKLT BT MAIL. .' ' I
.Slrlglb copy, ott year 00
Clubs or ten, one year, eneh iniborlber ..
dob ofTwenly.ono year, each filbscrlbor...... l'bft
, aMTityccimcn copied furnished mtr. Address,4, .' j
,,, JOHN K. OllEltLY A CO., Cairo, lit. j
TUE CAIRO BULLETIN. Tf
Prom tho Ccnlrnlla Democrat, j
ThlHoxcdlentDbmocrntio paper, which
wan lately dostroyed by lint, la again ou
Its foot. Mr. Obcrly, tho editor, referring
to tho presont condition and future proH
pecta of tho 'Bulletin, ' sayH:
During the few month's tlio 'Bulletin!
has lcou published we have lost niotioy.
tho paper having consumed nil, and
moro tlinn the prolltH mado oh Job work;
and now Hint till! lira litis duHtrovcd the
most valuable putI of our material, wo
feel inclined to Inalut that ttie public of
Cairo Hhull hereafter inaKo tho 'Bulletin'
self-supporting. Our expenses are heavy
and wo have no way to meet them cx-
ennt from tho iii ci mo of tho nrlntintr of
fice. Wo hope to bo able
to sur vivo tho loss: nut wo give nonce
that tho 'Bulletin' must bo supported.
. Wn nnnnot afford to any longer publish
& nnner that takes monoy out of our
pocket, tiny by day."
The 'Bulletin' Is a pnjier In which tho
poople of Cairo should feel a prldo and a
" personal Interest. If they rail to give it
a liberal support, and sustain It In an
open-bunded, large-hearted mauuer, the
business of tho city ought to languish
and die, as It surely must. The democ
racy of the place, especially, owe it to
themselves, as much as to tho great
.cause in whose Interest the 'Bulletin'
was established and which is so ably ad
Tocatcd by Mr. Obcrly to cme up nobly
to tho work in this hour of the paper's
severest struggle, and help it, with
money, out ot its trouble. If they refuse
to do this, and tho 'Bulletin,' in rono-
auence, Is compelled to cease its publlca
on, we most fervently hope and pray
that, as a Just reward for such faithless
oess, every ofllce In tho city of Cairo and
Alexander county will at the approach
ing election be filled by Radicals.
Vo thank our friend of tho Central la
'Democrat' sincerely for his well-pointed
and disinterested plea in behulf ot tho
'Bulletin.' There is tho ring of honest
friendship about It that docs us good.
From the Meridian (Mis rjaiette
The Cairo Evening 'Bulletin' conies to
us Juht out of the tubes, its building and
material having been burned on the d
ultimo. We are glad to sec it recuperate
so soon. It Is a sterling democratic pa
paper, very tibly edited.
AVHfiiim' Hnclf.
From tin rlu"ti Herald.
The always welcome face of the Cairo
Evening Bulletin Is again smiling from
our table,after an absence of (several duys.
Although the (Ire thut destroyed the 'Bul
letin' olllce mi the :22nd, was u suvero
blow to Mr. Obcrly, yet w aro truly glad,
to learn thut u sullielency of tho material
wasBaved from the llauie to coutluuirj
the publication of the paper, and form a j
nucleus around which to uuuu up a new
olllce.
The Bulletin is one of the bust papers
published along the Ohio river, and its
editois among tle most able and enter
prislhg.iiowspapermeu in tho West. .
I. i
A Mcniiitxint IrcU-Hinl Inherit Ilnlft
Million.
Fromtbr Bl Loujs Democrat J .
Henry Murty was, many years kgo,
employed us a deck-hand ubout Pitts
burg ou Meumers owned by. the Poo
family. More lately he was with Ciipt.'
Tom. Bogers on the St. Louis'and X. O
packet V. II. Osburn. Capti Roger
waB his warmest friend, taking great In-j
torest In his welfureaud befricnajug him
by example and advice in such a manner '
that Henry entertained a strong aflce
tion for him. Henry was only a deck
bund or fireman, and certainly never
rose to u higher grude than watchman,
but he was a shrewd fellow when sober. 1
which ho generally nrs. Ho seemed
contented with his position nud his
wages, little thinking. what great things
were in store for him. It will bo remem
bered with what ghastly minuteness
there was published In tho papers, less
than two years ago, an account of the
discovery of the decomposing corpse of
a human being In the lonely room of a
largo building In this city. Tho corpao
was that of a man named Bullivati.
Henry Murty was this man's cousin and
his leir. Sullivan was an old citizen of
unsociable disposition and habits, and
was possessed of groat wealth, ns tho
aequel show. Murty, us heir of tho lo
ceused, through tho agency of Ids law
yer, Mr. Broadhcud, wus lately handed
tho sum of Slvfi.OOO, and the real estate,
lands, nud stocks which uccriio to him
will rjilso the entire amount of wealth
now possessed by this intely frlondltss
and seemingly contented Irishman, to
four or live hundred thousand doliurs.
What'llho do with it?
HAIR-DRESSING.
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JADIKS' 1IAIH DRESSING.
MRS. ABDIi: BUCK
WUlieii to Inform the jiubllo that he liaia
Laillt (loir I)rrilDK Maloeu
".It WilTT Tcr",i ltween Nlntli will Tenth
Ire!!..' 8he al.o injimuelure. Curl., Hxrllche. i
All klmJa of II ul r Jtivrlrv ' ' M
UdlMnairl'avt'.thoi-oiobuiK t,f thulrMiilr mnu.
fMituro'l in uny ilciirulilonjlc. JmUMir 1
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
C.
WINSTON,
(Huccenor to John Q. Ifurmitn i (.v..)
REAL ESTATE AGENT 4
1IMJ1I, iay tsm,
U"".'. ""Jj'fi'tr" i)ilcy.ui(
Tl I rl'.'ir Jhio I.cvee.
fiirnlnlKn'1
Aiwimcu or
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muristr
OkbOERIES, LIQUORS, ETC.
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WHOLESALE GROCEltS,
01II0 LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
. SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, SYRUPS,
Moltiiti, Toliacco, Cigar,
i Fish, Candles, Woodcnware, ITHlow-TVnro
Trtll
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VARNISHES, lillUSIIES,
WIndow-GIhHM, Putty, Lime,
Cement, Plaster-Paris, Gunpowder
Old Rye, Moiiongalirln it ml Tlnm-bon
WHISKIES.
Hoc Xioadl ttX3.cX JSliot?
Alto keens constantly on hand moat comnlcto
itockof
LIQ.VOR8, VTIIISKIBS,
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SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY, GIN
Part, Madeira, Sherry- and Catawba
AUO, AGI.VT rCk
J. MED J- CO'S CELEMMTED MhEL-"
ISO ALE.
We ell exclutWrlr lorCASfl. to which we ItiTltetlie
attention of cluro cath buycrt.
rpfew aitcDiionpaiu iu uuinE oracrs.
Uecircsdtf
TAILORING.
Q0RNEL1US BOYLE,
TAILOn,
140 COJI.IXKIICIAI. AVK.VUK, ,
, JuJClllolt 4 llnylhqrpc-'t Hiol anil fchoo Stan;
CAIltO, JI.LI.N01(.
Biroittmrilnpo on "linrt notx-e. niartJif
FURNJTURE.
Jg. S. HARRELL,
-pj:tLruiii
3?1 TJ pEL 1ST X E1 XT JEL 33
. Qticeusirare, Bar Fixtures, Glassware
AKP
, IIOCSK FUKMSIII.VfS OOI),
Xo. 16fi nuil l,Sr, Com. A v. t CAIUO.'LI..
ttiarllUtf
BOOK BINDING.
QAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY.
. MARCUS .SILVEKBERG,
Bools, - nindor,
. Zlulor
Blank-Book Mnnufuctiirer, ' ,
No. 73 Ohio Lkvkk, GViflO, ILLINOIS,
npiresdtf
LUMBER.
Y"JLLIAM " THORNTON, . . )
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" Wholemlo nnil ltelrtil Dealer In . .. 1
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LATH, TIM HE It.; f : '
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Ottiii oti Xuiith .Street,
.Uelween tCmnuierqlwl
uinl, Waihlngton Avcnnef,
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(TAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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Bock. River, Paper- Company's Shtathxng Felt
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II, ,f, John's Improved Rooting,
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Cement
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hand
In lor;o or rmnll qunntitfeo.
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.CARDS, Ac., ;
Printed at the olllee of tho Cairo Dulletin.
THE CAIRO EVENING'BtlLLETIN
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iivrt iiiiniii iiminmineili nnu rea'img mmier nppenrine
on evory page of thi paporadvertlxinK faTora will not
fall toriltrcl Iheetltuiiun of tho render.
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BiAROLAY
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TOILET AItTICLES ,
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AND FANCY GOODS.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PRE80RI7TI0N8
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In which
NONE HUT THE PUREST
akd'moht CAKKFULLY '
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Compounded Materials arc HAcd
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FlIHE MIXES AND I.IQLOILS
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FOU MEDICAL USE.
Barclay X3xotlxoxa,
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i .!Vo. 74 Ohio I.eree,
.ilroll-dly
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TALKER & SISSON'S
.j4-nilliy nirnlhel , i
BILLIARD HALL AM) SALQON
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NEXT 1)1)1)11 TO VUl-fr -NATIO.VAIi 11A.NIC,
now in full UmI, wl iiUie
Popular Itesort
Of nil w-UreKultJ l-lllUrilit, nn.lKfO'i JtnlKec
Alf. I the JIaJI (
Tho OnlyElMt-CluKN JMIIIunl uml Brlnklr.'
t .I..:.:, i.. ii u . - i
SIIIUUU IU 1110 tllj.
THK TAItTKS
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Are kept in gool oriler, ami sro of Iho flnett flnih.
Connected'with tho oUUisiimenl i a
FIKHTC.VSS REST.int.VXT, .
Prc lileil over lir llin moat noi.ular anil uiv..ftil m.
Icrer in tho city, , Meala aru ecil imunpUy loonier,
(lame, OytterH in etery M I v. anil nil the iuxurlea ob
talnl.le,nlwiiyaat the eoniman! of cmtomera.
ileo'Uiitf
RAILROADS.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
ii (hilclii'ht Route from the South
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Kt. LouU, I.oiilavlllc, Cliiclminf I, ChlcaKo,
'-' ' TUnyr York, lloiton " '
Ami ,
ALL POINTS EAST AND NORTH.
rf ner (ralna nrrivo at mnl lenyo Cairo ai follow : ,
Wavui5 ,!to a. si. JSrsrv
DEI'AitT UiiiU A. 51.. , ......... .;....4iOO l. 51.
Boll tmlrta connect nt CVtitralla with trnlnii on the
jMCcvLsx Tilno.
At l'aiin, Decatur, J.IInom'nton, EI 1'uao, Ln Palle
.-iicniioiu, rrcnri, uuionn, uiiui(ue, .
fUlJ ull iKjnthii
IllluoU, Iowa, niliineaula, 5IUaoirl aud
AVUcunalu.
AnJ wlO) line runiiliif 1't am) Wust for
St. Louis, Siirlnglltihl, Loiilovlllo, Chichi-
. . hhii, inutniiuiioiiH ma toiumbus, .
Anil at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
"l )PooUorn, aujU'itthiirgnh'orl. Wayno anJ
'I . iniiijo jiaiiruiuif iifT
. l&!3T..n NIAGARA FALLS,
CLEVELAND, ERIE., '
. ALII AN V, MBWTUKK.
HOSTONi , I'JTTrillUIia.
I'lIILADELl'lliA, 11ALTIM0UE, ,
WABIIINOTON CITV, nml '
u5k.ll goiaxiiai Xant.
For throuiih ticketitpnil.jnfiirraatlon, apply nt tho
JlllnoU Ci'iilra Uullrvad Depot, ,
' ?V W.P, JOHNSON,
General raasenpor Agent, Uitcago.
. M. UUaiITT,:eqeriilHupcrinteliaeut,
.JAMES JoliSOAaeVt.piilrt). ' (anJ3dtf
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dentistrV.
a. Iipt4pEN,
DHNTIST,
CoknjjK o.r t SjnwKT .jfij Ohio Lkvb
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AilVorK In thl Ijne exociitea iromptly ndipon
. i. n Scltutlo Prtaclple, -. ' : ,
j AND'AT IlEASONA.HLE'ItitES .
cJec-'l'C8dtr
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
Jgj B. HENDRIOK & CO.,
GENERAL AGENTS, '
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
3WC Kl 3Ft O XX uGk. 3XT T &
AND
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS
Cairo, Illlnola.
Trompt nttcntlon glrcn to Eorwarillng oronleon
conalKinnent. ' Janll-tf
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ALLIDAY BROTHERS,
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GENEKAT AGENTS,
EORWARBIXU AM) COMMISSION
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PHYSICIANS.
J-RS. SMITH & GORDON,
PHYSICIAN'S A'I SURGEONS,
Otfite, earner of Eighth street and Ohio Levtt
W. ILSMllH-Keiiacnce No. 21 Thirteenth ttt,
tclaeen Washington and Walnut
J. J. GOItDON Kolilcnce corner Ninth ami Walnut
atrect. lectliltf
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C. IV. DUNNING, M. I).
KE3IDENCE Cor. OIL nml IValiittt Hlreeta
UKKICE-Cnr. fllh Hlrret nml Ohio Levee.
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DRY DOCKS.
QAIRO DRY DOCK COMPANY,
Oniro, IlUnola.
StonmhontH nml Barnes Dockcil
-AN1-
lKcialiH Done al Nliort Xotice
AND IN THE IIFiT I'OSrflllLE MANNEIt
TERMS, REASON A UL E.
Stenmhont Lttuilior on llniul.
lleiitlrliiK ou Levee Attemlnl to
(1E0W, HTUEETEIt,
SlIJ.l liuUllutll'
junl.ltr
BROOM FACTORY.
JAIRO RROOM MANUFACTORY.
W. F. M'KEE fc BROTHER,
llavinKiierfecluil their arrangement for tho mantifae
mre oi jirooins in mis city, aro now nreiiareJ to ml
orders at on
prcjx
Low HPx'Ioomi
whero Mm ,ua,l"es of l,roo,n" an bo purchaied ftny.
Ortlcra left ut (ho .tore of G.D. Williamson, 79 Ohie
Levee, or ut tho
SfaaBfavtorv, Fourteenth street, between
Walnut aud Cedar,
.Will bo promptly Attended to.
Ordtra by mall thould boaildruHaed lo .
W. F. M'KEE A lino.,
P. O.'Hox 45.
ian?9dtf Cairn, Illinois.
GAS FITTERS.
QHANGE OF FJtRM.
C, P. YEAGEll t CO., ,
llayln purcluuiod the entiro eloclt and fixtures of
Aug. JCoreraeycr, arp projiared.to do ull kindf of
Gas and St cam Fittluu'
In a neat and workmanlike mannor. WnmoiOno pre-
purQil torepaJroJI kinds of Oaa llxturea, and by our
process of tironilng and gilding mako them In eTery
uarilcularniffooilna new. Those liavhnf aueji fix
tures, will, plenso, givo iu a call satisfaction guaran
teed in all canes. c. V. TEAflhlt,
Jan'Jdtr F. E. WUHiiAi,

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