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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1877
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CI Miles the Chorteit Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
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rf ALL OTIIEK KOADS
MaUis.g Ktiuio Cunnofttiocd,
.anifi-r by othr rootc to mt'Ke
Cou".tionn mtiit tW all nlitltt wait
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trairs orconnstfcif TOH-
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t. A. MILLEH. H. L. MOREILL,
"THE WASHINGTON CITY ROUTE"
mm i ci 1 1
m SilOllTCT. QUICKEST
ONLY DIIIEC? ROUTE
Vit!i ilirert .'nn'if't!')ii (or
Eitki, Ipfcf, Mi,
mmL m im eoston
Travi'iem dexirliiK a
bl'KKUV, PI.KASANT an.l COMFORT.
ABLE I It! i.
hlioulil rctnt'tulier tliat'tli
BALTIMORE. CHIO RAILROAD
, ;ie Mli-lirutvil ItrltH
Klfiriitt 0'iaulif , Splm lid Hoteii, Ornml
ami Itauiitifiil (tiiiiiHHin uml all17
Mcftifi y, aipl tin., manv poliitt
llidtortriil Illtor.-ht AIoiik
Far will ALWAYS be as LOW
ai by any her Line.
PULLMAN PALACE CAB
Hun '1' Lroi 1 di
Hetweou the l'l'lnetpd
Western and Eastern Cities.
For through tickets, baggage checks,
movement ol trama, sleeping car accom
modations, etc., etc., apply at ticket Uicca
at all principal points.
NORTH, SOTJTH, EAST or WEST
Dorsey, . .
i't jBan. TIcketAgt.
L. M Cols
(iim. Ticket igt
a. T. Rarrv.
Thos. R. Hharp,
Ur of TrBira
, All, aavr
TIiv Hon Hi ilio Mra. R. R. Ilayra
I )'iiiieruucc ajoclrly.''
WVIiiriKton Letter to tliu Hurt ford Titnea
8euklny of Hayes nuiiiiida me of the
tltreHtnned Ulnhanding of Mr. K. U llajaa'
temperance aocloty, ail crgunl.atlou tvhicli
)iai done riuicli good work in tho temper.
aui:e vaiiHe alnce it ban been iu existence.
Thin rot iety was formed on the evening of
April 22 luxt, tbe wvond evenli g after the
annoiiuceua-tit tbut Mm. Hayes made on
the oecaxioiiof tbe .Suite dinnergiven to the
Grand Duke Alexia and Connlanllne that
there would be no more wine or other 11.
fjuor n.zled In tbe Executive Maobion
at lean while the wai there. Tbia iutitt.
ruint i.read like wildllre. an J "no wine at
otir Mate diniiem" baa been luacrlbed on
nun ti'UiperaDce banncra ilace. Tbe li
inor advo-atea triad to der.y that Irn.
Jlayeaever uned cui-h latiKiii(;e, but that
la ly alnayi told all who asked her a-ioiit it
llmt ll.oite were her t-entinii'titH, atnl tb.t
she w.i oppo-eii to wine dniikini?. Jiayi 1
I iui-eil, bi iii hpuken to 011 the unl.ject,
anlil that Ik; Wan not a repiencututive tem
perance man, tliouh tie did not u liijuor
In any form. He added, however, tint
.Mr. Huyea h:i.l eounected herell with the
temperant'u movement in Ohio, and took
pari In tbe eru.ude and praying band c m
paitifc In tout State, w bieb fur tbe time w m
10 auci'taitul, .Several temperance men gut
together tliH Sinday evening following the
ditinrr kj Ihi: ltikei and organized tbe oc
iety, u-liii the uami of .Mra. llaycn in com-plin-etit
to ber. Since then branches of the
horletr have been e-tubllshed in manr of
the atf, and rc.olutioni b ive been pair
ed in ti.e gret maji.iity of the tempennce
or,iijijtiotiK in theiouiitry In praiie ol
Mrn. Ha) an J the ktai.d that khe U.ok in
n urd to thu 'i e ol Imj lor. And now lor
'be citu-e of the threatened iliabuut.tD; ol
the society. It appear tliat on Monday
last Mr. Hayes sent a bouipiet of flowers
tithe .SiiiK-tzenlent, which b:tt been in
p'OL-re-ii be rc this week, uttai'be.l to whii h
v.a card cotivcjinx ber coinplimeuta.
Tlii. boiKpiet was bandi d a iout the Subuet
.'u puk, and tin) poiot made that 3Irt-.
Hayes bid thus honored their 'c ety, al
though Khe bad to far paid trj attention to
any Christian, t. tiiju-ranceorotlier lespect
ahlc (cstiala. Tbe meiiibrfa ol the Mm.
H.iyen .-society he;ird ol thl., end, it ilie-le-H
to 'y, "ere vailed n little over It!
Tin y appointed a conuuittee to ascertain
whether or not. Mr.. Hayen did really KeuJ
the h junet. Thecotumittee reported that
Mrs. J I.iyr-a koew rinthiur whatever about
the bouipiet, a.id that it wa mmply band d
to the Schui.en prcre-.i:,!) as it pa-se I tbe
Executive Mansion, the custom being to
bund the chief tuar-ha! or bead man cf
every procej-iou that .uea under the Ex
ecutive IMirlico a imll..p V.i, in
committee reported Inrtbei that Mr Hayek
ha l reii'ioted that the sliletnent that she
Kave a liuixjuet or rent one to t lie Scbuet-
Zf 11s be detild, a" it was not true. Follow.
In lt thin cairns the a-ertiun of teveral of
the Sehuo!"n that the houipiet did come
from Mr. Hayes, and that it bad ber card
attached. An far as ba beon ascertained
t: is it true, and ti;e teuiperauee folks are
feeling rather bad about it. The Mrs. K.
It. iliyt-s Sjciety meets on Monday ever.
iug next, and il it turc out that tbe bou
quet was sent or ghen by Mrs. Jlayet'
knowledge tbe aoclety will ininiediately
dibat,d. The politicians say that .Mrs.
Hayes attended the Schtietzen banquet on
Thursda) night to help tbe Republican
party in dliio this fad by having an eflect
upon the (ierman and drinking elemetta.
Monday evening will K'ttle tbe question.
Tbe Star of tbia afternoon Inrnl-be tbe fol
lowing information in regard to the tnattf r
"on authority: The published statement
that one of tbe employes of the White
House presented the handsome backet ol
l!ower to tbe Scliuctzen-Verein last Mon
day, and usei Mrs. Hayes' nrnie without
any authority, i incorrect. Mrs. Hayes
did not present tho flowers, it is tme, but
President Hayes himself w rote the card at
tached, on which was inscribed the compli
ments of Mrs. Hayes. The basket of
course was handed to the Scbuet.en king
by one of the en ploy e a of the Vhite
Estate of John t'rait.'. deceased.
Tbe undersigned bavuit: been iipfioln'ed
adtninlsirator of tbe estate of John C raig
late of the county ol Alexander and state
ol Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the county court
ol Alexander county ut the coin t house In
Cairo at the August term, on the third
Monday in August next, at which timo
all persons having claims against said estata
a notilUd and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the tame adjusted. AI
persona Indebted to snid estate are re
quested to make lin uediate payment to the
Dated, lhl U.Mh day of May, A. D. 1h77.
Iamrs L, 'Sanpkks'
Estate ol Timothy O'Callahan, deceased
Tho undersigned, buving been appointed
adiuinistratrix of the estate ol Timothy
O'Citllahau, late of tbe county of Alexander
mid .State of Illinois, deceased, hi rel y gives
notice that she will appear before the
county court ol Alexander county, at the
court bouse In Cairo at the August term,
on tlm third Monday la Auuust next, at
which time all persons having claims
atniiust said estate arc notitied and re.
quested to attuud for the purpose ol having
the sitne adjusted. All persons Indebted
to said estate are requested to make Imme
diate pavment to the undersigned.
Dated this llttb day of ,1 me, A. 1). 1H7T.
HltffiliKT O' C'ALI.MIAN.
W. C.JOCELYN, D, D. C.
Ciltic on Eighth street, between WaeldliiitoB
nd Commercial avenues, Cairo, .Us.
yM. 8. SMITH
Physician & Surgeon
Offlec In Winter'! Block, eoroar . Seventh and
fnmminilll aviillll. itn.vanna i4n k....lh
HA. Ill SI.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, C AII10
A H RAFrORD, President,
h. h TAf LOU. Vic President.
W. HYM.OP, rWv and Treasurer.
P.W. Raiui.tr, Cnas. Ualiubib,
'.M. Htim aFLITH, I'aulO. Hcnt'ii,
k II CrirKiNwHAM. II. L. HaLLibAY,
I. it. 1'HILLIJ-S.
1N7 l.liKST paid on deposit at the rate of ail
percent er annum. March Island bsplem
ft 1st. Jut;ruHt not withdrawn ia added iinuie
lialrly to me principal ol' 111c detoits, therahy
Jiving theiu coiunouiid iiitret
Marriod Womon and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Ojx-n every buammsrtay rroniDa.ni. to a p.m
ai alunlay eveiiinrs for savinK deposit only
torn H to a o'clock
W. HT8LOP. Treaamrer.
City National Bank
W. P. HALI.IDAY, Hreaident.
lit.SUV L. HAL1.1DAY, VicePrtsl.
A I' NAKtuKD, Cu-hi'-r,
w A ' '" It HVsl.ol', Ata'l Caahler.
S. Mint TiTWs, K If. Ci' MNOHAa
II I.. iLLLIU4Y, 1. Hil.l llA
(i. 1. WlLUAHSoSI. STXrilSN HlHO,
A . IS. SAfTOMP,
Exchange, Coin and United Statea
Bonds Bought and Sold.
EPOHITS mxivisl lid a eoeral bankiMi
ouaioeaa oone . ,
r Uroaa, Freal.lert. 11. Wells, Ca.shlr.
P. .Sett", Vice frta'u 1 . .1. Berth, Acat. auh'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8t Street
K. Kross, Cairo. Wm. Kluire, Q iro.
P. Nt3, Cainj. Vim Woll'i , ta ro.
A. Susanka, Cairo. K L. Killuntu.y, t. Loula,
t. lliuler, Cairo H. Well., Cairo.
F. II. Hrlnknian. St. Louie,
J. Y . Cleinaon, Caledonia.
A Ueaernl tliiiibln( llnalnrsa Done,
I'r'Exchanire sold and boupht Intf.rnst paid
n the SaviiiKs Department. I'ollectiona made,
nd all hiiaineM promptly attended to.
FAI.T A SID Ol Us.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, "Window Glass, "Win
dow Shades, &c.
Alwara on hand, the celebrated ilhun Int tin
Al HOItl Oil,.
Hx-oakaa llcil XI K 1
Corner Elerentn. Street and Waatln
Public, notice is hereliy given that liy virtue
of a decree 01 the county court of the county,
11 f Alexander In the state of .lllnoia,
rtndeiisl at the June term of .said
court, 177. upon the application of tle
undersitriied, to sell the real property of the
rmataot Louis Nassannn, dH'euyed. to pay the
ilelits of lliesnme, t. Harmon 11. Klnck, ailmin
iatnilor de bonis nun of the estate ot Louis Mas
Biiiuio. late of aaid county (licensed, will sell at
public vendue, on the .In) dav of .September Ali
1 "7 7 ut the f out door ol the court house In the
rity of Cairo at two o'clock p. m. ol suld dar
to the hip-hest and best bidder to pay the debts
of said Louis Nassanno, t'eceaied, the lolloniug
described real eHlnte. lo-wil: Lot emlit (H) In,
block seventeen (i;), in the Hi at addition the to
city ot Cairo, situate in said county and suite
buying thereon a Hue two story brick building
ailapnd for bnslness and residei.ee. 'I he said
properly will be sold absolutely and ireefrum
any incumbrance, includiiiK the the widow, a
dower, which will b retained to the purchaser
without further conaideratlon. 'farms ol sale:
on thousand dollars ami one-half ol surplus to
be cash in hand, and the balamx In six inonilis
from time of aule. The deferral pajiur nt iniisi
be evidenced by th 1 purchaser's note drawing
six percent tutereat Willi person il securili',
and sale morUraxe upon the premiavi sold.
Dated August 7th l77.
IUbxon If Dlack.
Administrator de bonis non of lb estate of
Louli assanno. dtu
It Oat guarantem uaina oiu v.,.,
Auuer A Drills. BIOO a iik.u J
Ksld to khI Axenta. auaer boi.k
ee, JUs kuc" t o. It. Loula, Ua
r,::;::: suit the mil
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 3d Floor $8.00 Per Sa
Speolal Rata by Week or Moath
A limlud number of very desirable lam
rooms can beaecureil at reasonable rates lor the
The .St. Charles la the larKcet and best appoin
td Houat In Noutbern Illinois, and ia the lend
hotel In Cairo. KolwUh.taii'liiiK Die "U
Rock" mluction In prh, the table will,
usual, I liberally supplied with 1 tie very
of cferythiiiK that can be found in market.
I ioe lurge sample room) tor commercial t
elera, on ((round floor, freeof charife.
t A1I buKs'ait eol Kuv.it conveyed to and 1 roa
the hotel witnout cluiri,e.
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
I.: tf of ir? M. I V'Hm.
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY
K. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
IVIXKH OF ALI, HI.MfN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
fEf9aF. PMYTH & CO. have on8tantly
sJJ. a lurve stock ol the beat Koosls in I In mar
el, and frive especud attention to tbe wholesale
aucb of the business
fei titj teiit&l Callsfffl
St. Louis, Mo.
IH08. A.EICE, A.M.L. L,B.,
IAS. BICE, A. M.,
I. H. HUBWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOUriSHlP. $81 00
MOST Complete, Thorouch and Practice
course of tiuly iu the 1'nued states a
course indi'iH-nsible to every young man em
barking cr the sea of life.
For .Illustrated Circular,
THUS . A. HICK, A, M..L. IL,
OctH-dlv 1 r -eidetit.
The Steam Ferryboat
Nebraska City Ho. 2
Will be run regularly, leavine Green-
fie'd's landing at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock a.m ;
1 :M0, 3:3 i and 5:30 o'clock p.m. during each
On Sunday she will leave the landio? at
and luoclock a.m. and at 11 m., and at
English IlrusseU. Three Ply and Ingrain
also, suir Carpets, Velvet Hugs, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
112 FULTOW ST., NEW YOBK
Carpets carefully packed and sent to an
part ol the United Matea free of charge.
A, BEN DAI L
looflDg and GuttoriJig a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
" any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing ProaaVtly Dne.
Dealer m Fresh Meat
atween WaahLaaTtoq MdlOomnarota
At ftdJolnlM liuy'i.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpu IirLLKTl.N li puhllebe.1 every morning
(except MoaJay) la the Bulletin Building, cor
nr Washington avenue and TwebUi atreet.
Tin BtTLLXTUt la terved to city subscribers by
faithful carriera at Twenty-Five Cents a Week,
payable weekly. By Mail, (in advance), a 10 per
nnunij tlx months, IH; three months, 13; one
month, tl 2.1.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Publishel every Thursday morning at tl
pe: annum, invariably in advance. 1 he poatag
a tbe Weekly will be prepaid at tbia office, so
ris subscribers wil obtain for a subscription
:ir of 1 a year.
j advertising bates.
l A I L Y.
Business Cards, peranniuu, tin
One square, one nsertlon, i 00
One square, two insertions,...-,. 1 90
One square, one wee , 2 Ml
One sguare, Iwo weeks s 60
One square, three weeks 4 00
One aqnte, on month 00
One square, one Insertion tl 00
Each subsequent Inaertijn 50
tf" One incn Is a square.
UTo regular advertisers we offer superior I
dacemcnts, both as to rate ot charged and man
ner of dispbying their favors.
Communication upon aubjeota of iren
eral Interest to the public aollolted.
LI"AI1 Ilusineas Letters sboubl be addressed to
Cairo Hnllrtln Company
juarK inese i'acts
The Testimony ef tha Whole World.
"I had noappetlte ; Holloway'a Pills gave me
a beany one ''
'Your Pills are marvelous."
' I send for another box, and keep them in i tie
' Dr. Holloway has cured my headaens but
"1 tcave one ol your Pills to my babe for chol
era morbus Tbe dear little thing got Will in
day . ' '
My nausea of a morning is now enred "
"Your box of Holloway'a Ointment cured me
of noises in the head. 1 lublied some of your
Oiiiunent behind the ears, and the noise has left "
".send meiuoboxu; 1 waul one for a poor
"I enclose a dollar; your price Is cents, but
the medicuie ton.e Is worth ailoilar '
"Send uietlvt boxes ol 5 our Pills."
"Let me have three boxes of your Pills by re
turn mail, lor l.hilla and revcr "
1 have over '.too iuch testiiuonbds asttitae, but
want of apace coil pels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders1
And all eruption of the skla, Jthe ointment Is
moit invaluable. It dues not heal cilerua'.ly
alone, but pentirates with the moat aeanhiiiK
efleetsto the verv root of the evil.
InvurUblyure the following dlsea.es
Disorder of tho Kidneys.
In all diseases unvoting tliese orcans. whether
they secrete too much or too little water; or
whether they lie aUlicted with stone or gravel, or
with aches and pains settled in the loin, over the
regions of the kidneys these Pills should I ta
ken according e the printed directions, and the
Ointment should he wall rubbed into the small ol
the back at beit time, this matment will give
almott immediate relief when all other means
For Stomachs Out of Order
No medicine will so cflectually improve the
tone of the stomach as these Pills; they remove
ail acidity occasioned either by intemperance r
III (reper met. 1 Key reacn u,e liver ami reuuee
it la a uealtliv action ;thcy are wonderfully ettica-
ciuus iu casca of spasm in fact they uevertail in
cu rm it all disorders o. the liver nail stomach.
HOI. LOW AY'S 1'ILUS are the Peat known in
the world for the lollowina diseases 1 Ague,
Asthma, Illlioiis Complainia, lllotehcs 011 ttis
sikin. Ilowela. I onsnniution. Debility. Dropsy.
nysentery, r.rysipeias, remaic irirKuiariuca
reverent all kinds, kits. (iout. Heailache, Indi
gestion, Iullammutlon, ,lau..dice, Liver Com-
pialutl, l.umoaKo, ruei, iiiicuuiausiu, iivicu
lion of urine, scrofula or King's tvil, 8ore
Throats, Mone and tiravel lic-Do'iloiireux,
Tumors, Ulcers, Worms uf all kinds, Weakness
troru any cause, etc,
..IfllC IVUUll.V Ullt.DV ,11. . .... w.
llaydock, as agent for the United States, sur-
n,,n.u l.,, nf 1M1I. ami llllittnant. A
handsome reward will be given to any one rn-
uennK alien luioriuilliuil an limy iru.i ,w
(leiccuon 01 liny pariy or pnrueo iiuiihib
the medicines or vending the same, knowiua
them to I spurious.
V Mold at the nunufnitory of Professor Ilei.-
lowav Co. , Mew Tork, and py nil respecinoia
druggist and dealers iu medicine throiiKhnut
llie siviu.eu worm, in ooaee m "
cents and l each,
li" There U considerable saying by taking the
N. II. Dlrecitnns rornie lunniDce 01 puiicma
In .vsrv diau ntu ure aftlied to each box
Office, 11 -L iberty St., New York
Wholesale Dealer In
0Ho, Carner Twelfth and
I ICE ly th Car Load or Ton Will tot
1 Basked JW snipping.
AN UNRIVALED ILLUSTRA
When Scribner Issued Its famous Mid
summer Holiday Number in July, atrieudly
critiu said ol it : "We are not sure but that
hCKlBNEK has touched high-water mark.
We do not see what worlds are left to it to
commcr." Kut tho publishers do not con
alder tnat they have reached the ultima
thule of excellence they believe "there are
other worlds to couquer, and they propose
to conquer them."
The prospectus for the new volume gives
the titles ol more than fifty papers (mosUj
Illustrated), by wntersoi the highest uieru.
l.'nder the head of
we have "A Winter on the Nile," by Gen.
ilcClellan ; "eauuteriogs About Constanti
nople," ty Charles Dudley Warner; "out
of My Window at Moscow," by Eugene
Schuyler: "An American In 'i'urkisiaii,'
etc. Three aerial stories are announced'
By Dr. Holland, the Editor.
whose story of "Sevenoaks " gave the liigj,
est satisfaction to tbe reader ot the
The scene ot this latest novel la laid ol
the banks of the Hudson. Tbe hero is
young man who has been always "tied to a
woman's apron alrinL's." but who. bv tlif
death of his mother, ia left alone in the
world to unit on the current of file tvltl
a fortune, but wittiout a purpose.
Another aerial, "ilia Inheritance," bj
Miss Traffon, will begin on the eompletioc
ot "That Lass 0' Lowrie's," by Mrs. Hodg
son Burnett. Mrs. Burnett's story, begun
in August, has a pathos and dramatic po wet
which have been a surprise to the public
1 here is to be a series of original and ex
quisitely illustrated papers of "Populai Sci
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