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0A1K0 DAILY UULLKT1W, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1873
CAIRO BULLETIN.
W rq Utibw rlhrrn not rwflr
um VP' rruiilnrly In rrpnrl
Ik ! iMn ntHrr. HI her prmon
llj or kj I'wMl 'rd.
rMIatlon , Hell" Halldi
Washington A".
RmUImK Imllrr on err I,l,-(
rLLINolsENTRAl K
1M JIHe thn Nhnrteat Hnl
TO OHIOAO-O
Klfhtr Mll thn NhnrtMl Knnle
TO ST-LOTTIS
NO CHANGE OF OARS
KBOM CAIItO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CIUCAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM OAIHU TO
C1odnn.il, i-llsnnpolts, Toledo,
Detroit, OI.Un.i, Nlsr Palls
HuBnlo, ritlshuiK, WwhlMlnn.
Baltimore, I'hilIHpiilA, tssw lork,
Boston Drt all points "t.
Milwaakl., J.nwstilK Mails, n,
l,Cro., Ht, I'aul ami til point north.
Ihi. It lo the fifilj direct tnutPlo
ttsUr, niAomlngtflD, N)iinuil.l,
I'.orla, Oillnor, henknk,
Burlington, Hock UUiil, 1a Hallo.
M.ndoU, Dixon, Fretorl,
)len, Dubuque, fioui Oily.
Omaha ami ell point norUcee.l,
Elegant Drawing Room Slooplnr; On"
On nil Night Trains.
Bkt(K ChocknJ loall Important polnli".
For ticket and Information, apply ' u
depot at lro; on bont the trsn.it .learner Im
ttwo Columbus nd Clro, and t trie prinolw
railroad ticket offlces throughout thonouth.
W. P.JOHNHON. Oen'l Pass. An't. Uhlcsio.
A. Ml.TCn.Lt., Oen'l. Hup't. Chlcno.
.?. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CM1ANGKOFTLMK.
Pas.cnecr trains on tlio Illinois Central
fUarjgo titno ta-ilay. From ffcd alter
p.m. to-day trains will run as lullotvs:
AKIIIVK,
Express, dally ....& p.m.
Hail, oiccpt .Sunday ... ,ll;lf a. in.
llKI'AKT.
Express ... '-: p.m..
Mall, dally except Sunday ..n:.V p.m.
RAILROAD TIMKTAIILE.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TF.XAS K. It.
On and alter Monday, Aug. It, 187:1, trains
will rim dally, except Sunday, between
Ureentleld's lauding and Kiddle, Mls-oiirl.
as follows :
riniNCI wr.ST.
Leave Grecntleld' at r:0.'i p.m.
Arrhc at Dexter at 10:41) a.m.
Arritcat Kiddle at 11:20 a.m.
IKIINO DAM'.
Leave Kiddie at 1:20 p:in.
Arrive at Dexter at 1:12 p.m.
Arrive at (Irecntluld's at WM a.m.
Cll Utl.KslOX ACCOMMODATION.
Leave (ireentleld's ut It: 10 a.m.
Arrive at Charleston at 10:".0 a.m.
Leave Charleston at ri'.llil a.m.
Arrive at (ireeullcld'snt ii.m,
THE CAIItO AND VINUK.N'NUS
JtAIJJtOAl).
SUOKTKST
110UTK FKOM OAIKO
to
Cincinnati,
Detroit,
llultalo.
Indianapolii., Toledo,
Cleveland, Nlugra Falle,
J'ittNbtirfr, Va(ilngton,
l'hll idclphia. New Vork.
ilaltlmore,
iioston and all K.i-tcrri I'olnts,
CHANGE OFTIMK.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1, 1873, trains
will run as follows :
KXI'IIKJS.
Oolng north leaves Cairo nt 4:00 a.m.
Uoluic KiutU arrives at Cairo ut.... 3:11) p.m.
mound city AccoMMouvrioN.
Oolns North.
Leaves Cairo at....ll::l.'i a.m. and 0:0il ji.m,
Ooliu-.South.
Arrives at Cairo ut..b:U0 a.m. and l:2u p,m
The express traiu north arrives at Vln
. .. ... .Ii....t
. cuitun mi tm,j ji.ii., ifiniiiK uuiiiict -
tlouall2:Uo p.m., with the lndl:iu:ipoli.H ami
Vlucenues railroad fur Indian. ipolij, the
Krettt railroad centre, from which point
trains are departing at an Hours, lor all
UiinDi lu the United State ami Canada. At
J2-f3 n.m. with the Kvaiui lll and Craw.
I iui)le railroad, for Terra Haute, Indi.i-
naolis, Chleairo, D.invllle and all points
nortti. Ma tuo lerra iiaute, livuusviiie ami
Cblcoo railroad, and vast via the Vandalia
line, and Indianapolis and St. Louis railroad.
At 1:... p lu with the Ohio and MIMMppi
railroad, for Cincinnati, l.ouli-ville, and all
points east, via Cincinnati.
l'jeengers going by this route nre placed
in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, LoiiIfvIIIo, New
York, Jtostui, 1'hlladelplila, Ilaltlmore,
Washington, and all eastern points, twuio
hour In advance of any other route.
JCxpretu train makes connccllou at Lido
rado with Su Louis and Southeai-terii rail
way, lor St. Louis, Mt. Vernon (IIHnoU),
Hbawneetown, and all poinls between Kldo
rado and St. Louis.
At Norris C.ty makes cloe connection
for Sprlngflcld, Hock laland, and all polutj
on Sprlngtieldand Illinois Southeastern rail
way and connections.
At Cannl wllli St, Louis, KvatiKVillo, Hen
derson and Nashville railway line, lor Mt.
Vernon (Indiana), Kvansvlll, Henderson
(Kentucky), Naullll (Tennessee), mid all
pointt on .--u L,, I'.., II, and N. railway and
connection".
Itame checked to all luiiortant points.
Il-or tickets and Information apply at
the ticket ollleu, corner Seventh street and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
Jno. Leu, Hup't. On ah. O. Wood,
(len. l'ait'r nnd Ticket Ag't
H. F. lllill.Nsii.K, Auent. Cairo.
TO IS AS CONSUMKUR.
AVKALTH IN YOUK l'UKSK'l
-
Having nocurod tho exclusive right lo
tll Vim tho I. C. Walsh gas burner and
regulator. In this city, from V. H. Uar
troll, F.i, sole proprietor, wo warrant
And guarantee-a laving oi gni to tho con
turner of from 25 to 5'J por rent, over
any' other burner now in urn, nnd at tho
tamo time give a brilliant and steady
light. Wo aro permitted to refer to tbu
following cerllilcato of citizens of Cairo,
who have examined thoroughly and wit-
ueiiod a test of this burner, with other
burners now In uie in your oily, and cer
tlfy to the following :
Cairo, Juno 18, 1873.
Having witnoticd on Tuesday evening
lut, In lull city, n tost between a common
On Humor and Lava Tip aynlnit the J,
C. Walth Oat llurnor and Regulator, wo
willingly certify that tho following state
ment is correct:
The Lava Tip coniurnoa 7J feet por
hour. The common Full Tail burner con
tume. C foet per hour. Tho Wnlih
llurnor and Regulator cousumes 3J feet
per hour, and gives a superior light.
W. M. Willlarni,!
K. AV. Halliday,
Louis h. Davis,
Wjn. Winter,
D. F. lluwcn,
K.O. lVce,
Y, Utoei.
Office over S. "Wilson's boat itore, where
uTdert may bo loft. Kti.b i: Wintkk.
-23-tt
CUKAl BOAJIDINO.
Kcjrular board or at the European hotel,
Jlarry Walker proprietor, receive board ut
the rata of t!0 per juQOtb, WO-H
A b)ok on ) rlvs'o d'nascs (for both
soios) and descriptive circular for inarrlt'd
women. Sent scnlcd for ton rent. Ad
dress, Dr. Stotio, 112 W. Madison tlrcot
Oliicngo, III. fl.2C-d.ood.Ut'
Steam rendering kcttlo and fix
ture! find rendering lioutc, Hi o
housu and apparatus used liy lluruolt &
Co, outsldo tlio Mississippi lovoo, is for
tale. lnquiro at this olllco. S-'JItf
A Caud. To all who aro infTorlng
from tlio errors and !mllcroOnna of
youtli, oarly decay, nervous wpkno,
loti of tnanliooJ, otc, I will aond n rcclpo
that will euro you, froo ol charge. Tlilt
great remedy wnt dlacovorcd by n mlw
aionnryltt .South Amurica. Send ntelf-nd
dressed envulopo to the Hov. Joseph T,
Inman, Station 1), lliblo House, Now
York City. S-'JCd.twtf
Lost. City ordur, No. 1,217, $5 10
No. 1,721, to .latncn Konnody, No.
l,:illi or l.lll.l, $12 CO, and nn order for 60
cents Usuod to Htovo Itradley. Tlio nhovo
ordors were all enclond in nn envelope,
ii rid lot by tbo mhicribor last .Sunday.
Tbu. Under will Im rowardod by leaving
thotn at this oliice. 1'itymerit on thn
ordurs has boen flopped.
.in-tt amiw Kr.NNV.tiV.
A (litAND St'liKMB. Wo know of
nothing moro totnptlng to tho eyo and
lieart lliin tho sehemo of tho found (rift
concert of thn l'uhllc Librnry of Kun
lucky. Tlio tbreo former concorla liavu
proved that whatever tho tnatiaguri" prom
iso will certainly bo porfornied, nnd now
tliey promisn u a million and n half dol
lars at their Dueombcr concert, They
will givn it Htid somebody will certainly
get it. Hut it is erjually euro that tlio for
tunate parlies must of necessity ho ticket
holders. Tlioo who do not adventure,
will not win, but of llion who do adven
ture, one in ovory live Is suro to win, and
evon tho losers aro but contributor to an
onlnrprb.o cf great magnificence which
reflects lior.cr on nil who bavo aided it.
(Seondvprtiioinntit.)
FOR MWF.
The Dulta Social club room1, suitable
for olllces, llrst lloor, south sido of Tm:
Kui.M'.Tix building. Ktupilro ht this of
ilco. 8.r..:u
Vse ))r. Ilrnry'M World' Tonic nnil
Illood Purlller.
It Is the prre at household remedy, jilr asant to
t il,.-, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
iH'tiues. It Is hitter than Hitters, Cordial,
ItiiohuorSarsaparllla. Soldliy DruggUts
Dr. Henry' Hoot nnil PInnt Pill.
Mild yet thorough no nausea or griping en
tirely vegetable great liver remedy. lrlce SJ
scats. Sold by Druggists.
Mrs. TVhllcoinh'N Nyrtip.
The Breat soothing remedy. Price only 2J
tents. Glrea rest to the mother oud health to
the child Sold by Druggists.
Mirriii;e Guide.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Ingrarltitro, Two.ininilred and alxty Fages,
?ilceiOnts. Address Dru Bern' Disr-x-linr,
12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Uo.
Advertisement.
KSTRAY NOTKJK.
Taken up, nt Smallenburg's garden, i
cow and calf, tho formor white, with bluoish
spots. Thoy woro taken up on AVodnes-
ilhV, August 20. Tho ownor can rocovor
tho tamo by proving proporty and jiaving
charges. 8-22-1 w
FOR COUNTY TRKASlKKR.
KniToi: or TllK IIui.lktin You will
pleaso nnnouiico my nnmu as tho people's
candidato lor county treasurer, ut tho en
suing November election. Intending and
desiring to serve tlio people, 1 bopo to bo
olectcd by tlio people.
S-2UM WILLIAM JIAKTI.V.
RKAD THIS.
On nnd after August 1, I intond to do a
strictly cash business, except with thoso of
my ciutomois whosottlu promptly on tho
first of every month. All old accounts
and note! In my hands which aro not
settled very soon, 1 shall advortisri and sell
at public vendue. I), Ain uit.
UAino, .Inly ISi'J. 7-27-lin
FORSALK
Or nxebango for Cairo city proporty. Tho
grocery storo ut tlio corner of Sixth street
ami Washington avenuo. Tho establish
ment is doing a good and paying business!
and will bo disposed of at a bargain.
Reasons for wishing to sell out satisfacto
rily explained to any ouo wishing to pur
chase. For furthor particulars iumiirnon
tlio promises. 8.20tf
A (iOOD 1NVKST.MF.NT.
A rare rtmuco 1 ollurod to eomo man
with jnonev to Invest in i-ood imvlmr
property in thu most deslrablo part of tho
city. Two lots, fit) feet front on tho avo-
nue, house 3 stories. Two largo stores
can bo lltted up on tho llrst lloor, the up
per stories are well arranged lor ollicoa or
dwellings. For furthor particulars en
inint of John (2. Hauman A- Co.,
li-l-tr Real Kstato Agents, Cairo, Ills
Mil. AXUUIihKI!,
CO.MI'IITKNT 1'lANO Tl'NKR AND
RKI'AIRKR,
Has located in tho city. Contracts mndo
for tuning pianos by thn year, or other
wise, to mit tho owner. Parties desiring
to purchase or exchange pianos vvould do
well to call on Mr. Max Roller before mi
gotlating. Socond hand pianos for talo or
rent. Orders may bo left at Paul 0,
Schuh i drug store, Commercial avenue,
Cairo, Illinois. Max Rollkii.
NOTICE.
Aot'. O men 0. iV Y, R R ,
Caiuo, Ills., July 20, lH7:i,
For tbo accommodation of thu citizens
of Cairo, tho .Mound City accommodation
train will on and after .Monday, duly 'J a,
stop as follows: At Fourteenth street
Twentieth street, Twenty-llfth street,
I hirty. fourth street, and tho crossing of
tho Illinois Central railroad. No ono
will bo permitted on tho train without a
ticket. Faro betwoon Seventh street sta.
tion and Illinois Central railroad
- I a It . . .
"u lUvurraouiHio noinu. llvn pnnti.
Tickets uood for twenty fares can bo pur
chased at tho ticket oiilco, corner of dev
cntb. street, for onu dollar, Passengers
will not be porwitted lo got oil" or on thn
truln at any points other than tho above,
UiiAs.O.-Wooii,
(Jen'l. rsetii;r and Ticket Act.
7-i!7tf.
Foroign AdvcrtiScmcnls.
turr K.VTKHIMIK.
MISSOURI STATU LOTTKIIY.
Lkoalizrd ht Static Actiiohitt and
Dhawn in 1'uiimo in St. Louip.
Grand Single Muuibsr Scliotne.
60,000 NOMIlKIlfl.
O1.AM8 II ro nn Drawn August !50, t87!l
o.sau rriKos, Amounting to 300,000,
1 Price of,
...tM.nno
600 Prlteaof. $ im
" of I.oofi
of eoo
' Of 300
H ' Of
36 of '200
31) " Of 160
IHO " of 100
600 ' of 10
of. 1.1.4W
or. 10,000
of 7,(00
Of S.OOO
Ol 3,6"!
of. ljOrxj
in
10
10
oi wu
of .. 2.V)
Tickets $10; Half
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickots. $3 CO.
Our lotteries are chartered hj thn Htate, are
iklwaya ilrnwn at the time neme.l, ami all draw.
Inxa are under the eupertlsion of sworn com.
ml'f loners.
Theninolalilrawlnit will he puMlxhe, in the
t. Loul paper anil a oopj of drawing nent to
purohasnre of tlcke U.
Wnwill draw aslmllar scheme the ilaj ol
eyerjr month during the jear 1M7:i.
Kemltat our rink Iit postofflre mnneT order,
(letered letter, dran or oiprens. Hend forcir
e.i.nr. AddreM, MDHUAV, MII.I.KK A Co,,
P. (). hax 2U4. HI. l.ouli, Mo.
OIIANIlEST SCIIE.MB EVEU KNOWN !
POUBT.H
CfRAND GIFT CONCERT
I'Olt TIIH IIIINID'tT op TllK
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
I'-'.ODO CASH (HITS SI, .".(III, (Kill.
LVKRY FIFTH TICKKT DRAWSAOI1T
iiioco.ooo 3joxr oco
Thn Fourth (Irand (llfl Concert nlithor
letl by -.pedal act oflhe Legislature lor the
bciiollt ol the Public l.lbrarv ol Kentiickv,
will take place in the Public Library lliill
at Louisville, Ivy.,
WKUNKSDAY, DKCK.MltKK a. 1S7.1.
Only Sixty thouand tickets will he sold,
and one-half of the-e are intended for Hip
Kurnpeaii market, thus leaxlng only IlO.Ooo
Tor sale lu the United State-, where 100,000
were dlpoed of tor tho Third Concert.
Tlio tickets are divided Into ten coupons or
parts, and have on their buck the elipine,
wiiu a inn explanation ni tue mode ol draw,
ill'.'.
At this concert, which will lie (he grand
est musical display ever uilm I lu this
countiy, thu unprecedented sum ot
$i,coo,ooo,
dllded Into 12,000 cash eiftswlll bp distrib
uted by lot anions the ticket-holders. The
numbers of tho tickets to ho drawn Irom
ono wheel by blind children, and tho jrllts
Irom another.
I j 1ST OF GIFTS.
One (irand Cash (Jlft $2.M),000
One (Irand Cash (lift l.Ml,(H()
Olio (Stand Oah (lift W.OOn
Ono (I mud Cah (lift 2,i.ouo
One (Irand Cali (ill't 17.WKI
10 Cah OKts $10,000 eaeli lOO.Wjo
30 Cash (lifts ri.oiKicach KsuKK)
fill Cash (Hits 1.000 each rsi.O(K)
Nl Cah (lifts MS) each lo.tss)
1(S) Cash Oifls 1(H) each 40,000
irsi Un-li iln, ti4ui onoli 4,ri OIHI
2MI Cash (JiftH 200 each .'ioIishi
ux;. 43mm, loo vneu iiz.tsn
11,1km Cash (lifts Weacli ,'i.Vl.OOy
Total. 12.000 (ilfls. All Cash.
amoiiiitliigto ?l,.'i00,no0
The distrlbutinu will he positive whether
all tho tickets aro sold or not, and the 12,000
gins an pain in proportion to uie ticKct.ssoiii
an unsold tickets muug destroyed as at tne
Flrt and Second Concerls and lint repre
sented In the drawing.
J'ltll'K OF TICKKTS.
Wliolo tickets. SCiO.OO: Halves. .Y(
Tenths, or each coupon if.'i.OO; Kiev
Whole Tickets for WOUM: 2.1s Tickets I
1.000.00; li:i Wliolo Tickets lor fi.000.00 ;
227 Whole Tickets for lMO.0O0.00. No dis
count on less than .'KXI.OO worth ol Tickets
ot a time.
I he unparalleled success of the Third
Ollt Concert as well us the satis,
laction irhcii by tho First and
Second makes It only ncce.-sarv lo announce
tho I' mirth to Injure the prompt sale ol ev
ery ticket. Thn Fourth (lilt Concert will
no conducted in all its details like thn Third,
and full 'i.irtleulais inuv bo learned Irom
clrenl'irs which will lie sent free Irom this
oiiieu to all who apply lor them,
'I'lckuts now ready for silo and all orders
accoiiipaiilid by the money iiruuiiitlv tilled.
Liberal terms kImui to tlioo who luiy to sell
airaln. TIIOS. H. IIUAMI.LTTi:,
A,'cnt Public, Library Kentucky and SPina
L'crlilit Concert, Public l.lhriiry lluihliiu,
l.onl-v illn. Kentucky. 8-27 d-eoil.Vwtl.
1411, MA IS.
ST. NICHOLAS I
BILLLIARD HALL
T3TJTi03?.13j.Jr HOTEL
And
RESTAURANT.
HA.KKY WALK Kit Propr.
I'lITNK'IANN.
A. J. HOH. -M. iT""
Oillro over TIioiiis ,v iro.' grocery store.
.So. lltl Commercial ineiiue, corner Llelitli
street, Itesldcnco corner Walnut and
Iweuty.ilrst Mrcets.
U. S. mtTCillAM.JI. J).,
Iloinu'tiathlc physljian and surgeon. Of.
lice li, (.ounncrclal avenue, llesldciice
corner of KlotetitU uud Cedar streets
7-lV2m
H. WAHDNKH, M. D.
J,!"!!,!!"1,"1'11'1'11 1,1 Commercial avo
nue, (next door to the Atheneuin).
WILLIAM U. SMITH, M. D.
REBIIJENCK-.Nn. ai 'rh,rt..nih .t,... b.
Iwceu WanluuKton aianu Ul w.lnut .t,.t
KNVKLOPKS.
Fine white ; single and double . amber
single and double X Canary, best iiallty ol
uiaullh, bluu letter, etc., etc. f0,UiS) fur
ale, jiiliited at f 1 fX) to 0 :0 per thoiuamt,
at thu HULLKriN Okkick,
Foroign Advcrtiaomonts.
FILLETS FAMOUS
LOW RESERVOIR
mmmm
oak;
Are Suited to all Climates,
AND FAMOtW FOR DEINO
BEST TO UG2I
CHEAPEST TO BUY 1 1
EASIEST TO SELL ! I !
0
I'smoua fur doing tnoro and
BETTER COOKING,
IolS'1 IT
lnlrhfr nndClionpcr
Tl.in my Rloveoru
I AMOUS ICJIIOIVINO
CaU:factl:a Every wtoro,
AND 1111X0
SlsprrlaUy Adapted
TO TUB
nm or ever? household.
C. W. II I-) N 1) K IISO N ,
t'AlltH, ll.l.S.
S-ldAwly
ilH.
IIJIJLELUI
2- -
OLIVE STREET HOTEL
skcoxd a.u ouvi: stiii;i:t,
ST. LOUIS.
vrnjvi.v. Kini:n and lii.Kcnxiiir.K
j. inniiiKiioui, siock teieprapli In tli,- Inline
stlci't vntrunce I Ichti-d nt n L-ht lir -. il.-lntu lirln
hnsall ninderii linprot fluent tiuidiii'ted on the
American anil Mirupewi pi in. hilioiMii liin,
rooms $1 ifr day; meuls toe each. Aiwrlcii.
jtiun ..'.u per ii.iv.
DUItlt.T'llATCIIKi: .t CO., Proprietors.
CONSUMPTION
AND ITS CUKK.
Victims of thU awful disease arc found In
111 CVprv llel'rllluirltnml lit .iliMit.l mnn-
House. ' " "
.in i.iuir irittiiiiM, wuuae
imuif;.! im Kio.l KlKvr nil.l Hope tile 1111
noiinccmcnt of a most Important dl-coverv
lirinly liased upon common sense and reit
;n, hywhieh tho tcnlblo niulndy Is po-l
I 1',. h ..m.. I It... ..i !
...v.. i.'"'u...iiu, mm vieiiius amiicrma
iii-utij ici-ioiufi in neaiiu.
CAHJiOLATKI) Cnn I.IVRH. nil.
In tint ft fcnir-nt if mntilfl.ml tr.,Lt ....... it t .
: - " v; . "Ji" iiui-u win, ii is a
ti'ilirtv Kfiinlilti-itlsin i I in-,. .........if, i
to iihyhlclans u cry where as tlio bent ieau
... v.ii.ir.niM tuiiPiiimn oil, 1 HIS COUUMIIU-
tlon is Mr. WHIvmN discovery uud N
luuiiucu uiouuiu lonowin
SOUND 11EAS0NING :
f 'lilthl I liitit Inti tk. iliift.s C.Atl.l.... -..... ..
nrntit rultii.illiiu urn ahI., .... ....ill..n
they do not reach the cause they do not top
111 nf.iy ti.l l.lnlnn,. tl.,. I ... at. .
.... .w.i .Ml I'luiuilj, IIMJ UUlllU. Ulll lUU
fll...itV initio .IoihIIIii ... n..l '
"""v hw,jf' fiviiuiij u. uiiu r-uuuur ur i;uur
tin. ui..iiii i..itkt ti....i
S.W1IIltltll..U I.t.t l , .1.1 ?..! . ..
euro. In short, tho tlrH thin to he done is
u'oiur mi'. iM-.UAi , lllL'll UIiiy uie rcioru
liy toido and ftrcm,'th bIviii treatment
tuherele. uleoratlons, oa ltlert and depo.-
- in. nun u.uwrrt hum iuiuu nil u er mo m.tiy.
Masim. io-h oruppetile. enervation, nlht
hjii-j.i.ii .....I ..11 1.. . . . . . .
riitis, tiiit) mi nit) fyiiipiniiiH lip
i'tiu , if it vtuiui mhkj iu iiiiLiirr fiu pyinp
toms which arc merely tho results while
Illlt (lI'P.'lV- U'llll'll U fill) i-'lltii Im mil im ti.i
inu 1110 plhr
"pw HIHir,,IU "Til JUIUMI I IV 1110
iM'ht pliyhlclans :
I I'l.llM.li,. II. .1.1 L-.-IlIt ..1.. ,...., .1
.,v..i "'-iun 1; .1111-ril Ol'l'.l).
Ills tho niot poweilul antlepth; in the
known world. Kven ihad liodlos ate pre
M'ncdhy It. KnteHnK into tho elieul.ithui
it at once Krapplcs with corruption, nd
'J. (!ml l.lvM-mi lu ii'iiiir.. .. x
1 1, r. iFi ni a--i-i mi
III rtrMlOL' ntiillfiiiilfnn It 1 ..f
lood, a tonic, a puiilier, a licalcr. It liraees
i, ..ni, pu,jiiit:n inu ii.ii uirees, reeds tne
wated system, and enables nutiiio to regain
her locithold. For tliese piiipo-cs nolhiui;
call compare with Cod Liter Oil. This thu
theory ol
W I I.I.rjU.VM
CAIIUOUTKI) COD L1VKH OIL
Ah ilcscilbcd fully In Uin Inventor's circular,
mi ii in im in.iiieii, iiion ujipucaiiou, to
u mini rir.
c eaiiliut allnnl sn.-ieo lo tell Hi.. .iiln
stnrylirio.nl to jlve tbu numerous cerllll-
cati'H iroiii eiiilnent pliyslcians and well
known eltl.en testifying thu ab-olutely
woiiderliil results llowlnj; Horn tills ie:it
dl-coeiy. .Slilllee It to Kav.lt Is einliiL' ilioii.
sands who Mlpiiii.cd tliemscUcs lo be at
Icalh door.
Wilson's Carbo ated Oil Is snleiitllleiillv
prepared with the purest carbolic acid, so
iiuiiiiicii as in ne entirely Harmless, Willi
SWKKT NOKWEOIAN Coll LlVK.lt On,
From tlio celebrated IMicrlcs at Aalesuml
(Norway), iii'oiioiiiieed by pliylelans the
most delicate, clliclcnt eoj liter oil iu tbu
world.
It Is easily taken, tolerated bv tho weakest
stomachs, digests readily, neter becomes
laneiil, ami Is almost entirely Iree from the
iMlal dlsMKicea jle cliaraetcrlstlcs of cod
liver oil.
lor every lli-o of cod liver oil Mr.Wlll-on's
lieot ery Is ol tlio greatest value.
r or uie saie internal administration 01
iirbollo acid .Mr. Wlll-on's method of eiiin-
lilnlun It with cod liter oil is absolulely nec
essary. WILliSOlT'a
CAHHOLATKD COD LlVF.lt OIL
Is a spcclllo and radical cure for
OOITSUMPTION
AND SCROFULOUS DISEASES,
Uemomber tho mime. "Will-oil's Carlio-
latcd Cod Liver Oil." It comes In larcc
woilt'o-shaped bottles, hearini; the Invun
tor's slmiattiro, and Is sold by the best drug.
Blsts.
Prepared by .l.ILWlllson,MJohn.St.,.N. y.
H0I.1I II V AIX nillHlfilSTti.
KiciutiiisoN & Co.. St. Louis, 1 Wholoialu
HuianuTitKDiAl.L.Chlcago, Amenta.
:11 S'irw?3R-
1 OHIO LEVEE, SECOND DOOR ABOVE FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
UKilIKMBEIt! Oil, KKMEMHHR !
ARE WHAT PEOPLE ARE LOOKIN
i mum ii ill it mi.
It is our determination to keep tlio largest stock of line clothing, gents' furiiishiug
goods and hats ever brought to Cairo, direct from our resident partner and buyer in New
York. An advantage no house in .Southern Illinois can boast of. Remember, "goods
well bought are half sold." We have another great advantage buying in larger quail
tities than any house in Cairo having two stores in this part of the country.
The above advantages, together with tho determination to sell more goods and give
better bargains than any house in Cairo. Low expenses and close attention to business,
we hope, will merit the patronage of thoso who wish to procure an outfit well made, and
cut in the latest style at figures that will satisfy the purses of both rich .and poor.
As fast as the latest styles shall appear in New York city, wo shall introduce them
to our Cairo patrons, direct from our senior partner residing in that city. Another fea
ture which we shall introduce into our business:
ONE PHICE THE HONEST PEICE.
Our Motto is:
"Down with High Prices and give the Public Value Received."
All we ask of you, reader, is an examination of our stock, to convince you that w
you have read is as "true as Gospel." One price. Polite attention to all.
DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES,
Give the Public Value Received
Ni!if . Fumbaher $ Son.
PADUCAH, KENTUCKY. 01 MAMMOTH ISM STORES. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
!iiirlisr I f rnU t, ihh.
oriCK ok
01TY NATIONAL HANK, OAIKO
ovncKHH:
A. H. 8AFFOIU), President;
a. n. laiLuii. v ice-i-resideni;
H. HVaLOP, fjeoretary and Ttoasurei
UIU.CTIIK. I
P. M. IlikCt.t, Oil... (J.muu.i.
r. H.HTociriiTii. PieL fi. HiMtii,
It. II. Uvnsii,uh.m, H. p. ILiLii.it.
t, m. 1-uii.i.ir..
Ilqinitlinl unAuounl Urltrsl iron
n ueiiui IIj warns.
rMTKKEHT paid on deposltH at the ral.iotsu
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hnr Ihi. Int...... nn. iit.,i.u... ... .., ......!
nitimin.u l. .-J.IWI lUlllltl-
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ha nn mil nruMCH Anil UHILIihKN MAY
llKl'OHIT MONJCY
nuvsisMiuia iun IT.
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W, IITrJMM'. T?HUr:.
THE CITY NATIONAL
E3 A -i rc
I1AIIIO, I 1, 1,1 i I r
UAPITAL, - . HKIII.IIOI)
(tmimiisi
W. I'. lUI.I.IUAV, I'reslilnut!
IllCMir I,. IIAI.1,IDAY, Vlou-l'rtsl.l.Di
A. II.HAKKOIIII, Uiishler;
WAI.Tk.lt IIYril.01. AsiHitnOaihier-
IIIHSCTIIUSI
HT11..T.TOIR. Il.th.l.. II f1..u......
Iltsai I,. ILu.ii.aT, W. 1'. Haiiiiu,,
l'l. I). WlLtUHSOK, HrtVIISN HlHIl
A. II. n.rruuii.
KxnlinoKe, 'oln uud Dnltnl Nlnlio
HouiIii KuiikIii nuil Nitlil.
liKI'OHITH nwlie,, ami a kditI hanklnii
tllllUHH. .ion.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
or IIAIKII,
It. W. Mii.I.kii, President.
1. M. Piiili.U'H, Vlce-Preslilent.
Ciiah, Cunm.niiiiam, Cashier.
00LLKOTIONH PUOMITLY MAUK.
IXCIIANIlK, coin, bank notes anil UDlteJ
J Htstss soeurltles bouaht anil sold.
Iiilxrcat Allownd oil lliuo IleiONlU,
NKW YOHK STOitK,
WnOLESALK AND RETAIL.
LAHQIST VABUTT STOCK IV TllK OITV
OOODHSOLU VERY OLOHK.
Corner of RlnlDtli utre.tumd Ooiu
neriilM Avtiunt.
UAIUO, ILLINOIS.
0. O. P ATI Kit
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LITTLE KKNTUCKIAN
SALOON
AMI
(Open Day and Nl(-ht.)
J. K. PARKS, I'ropriotor,
Ohm l.evcc, bet, 4 1 It and fith streets,
UAlltO, ILLS.
MKALS AT ALL llOIIIt.S.
A tllin I1PW llitllm. I I nil U'llll ItVAPl' .in.
f-riiiiuicu lias lieeu added to this popular
Itoitauraiit, ami thu quests wilt II ml etery
t'nisiiv 101 iiiciraccoinouaiiou.
TllK HILL OFFAUK
consists ol etery substantial mid delicacy ol
Jiu season.
THE BAB
is supplied with tho
'JHOICEST LIQUOUS.WINES &CI0AKS
Bar.Miied drinks proparod with care.
1MU tf.
K. U. I'AOK&UO.,
Y O H W A K II 1 S ii
A N II
COMMISSION M HUGH ANTS-
ItKAI.KHS IN
HAY,
UUHlS,
OATS,
MEAL,
FLOUIl AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
a-mi
POR tfOW-A-DAYS.
hat
hook iiisniNu.
PATHONIZK
HOMB TRADE
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Jorner Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. C. H.UELS.
(Late of St. Louis,)
PKOP1UKTOP.
HOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
MANUFACTURE!.
IILANK HOOKS or every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds (
rullriK dono at short notice. Illbles, Music,
Maij'iulnes and Periodicals houad neat ami
at thu lowest possible rates.
flinty work, such as Itecords, Dockets
Y ie Hooks, lllauls, etc., made a ipcclallty
'loxcs, l'ockut Hooks, Knve lopes, etc
nt li to nnlur H-44
ST. LOUIS
UNIVERSITY
KSrVlll.lNIIKI) l. IVJU
Uy members of the society ol
lesus. and incorporated by uu act of the
state lcKidaturo In 1B.TJ, It has experienced
uninterrupted success, ami continues to of
fer thu student every laellltv lor aeutiirim?
a thorough
I'lttaslcitl uuil Coiniiirrclnl Kitnculliiu-
llillletilis aro sent three times a year to
the parents or guardians of Ibe students to
inform them ol the conduct, health and
liiiprrovcmeiit ol their sons or ward. An
experienced physician dally visits the In
stitution, and the greatest care aud atten
tion are bestowed on the sick,
TKIt.MS :
Hoard and tuition, tier session, ten
mouths, j'jsii.
The next session begins on .September I,
C.italngues containing In-trilctloiui to par
eiils, uud lull jiaitlcillai's, wiil ho sent Ireo
on apicatiou to
ItKV. .1. O. KAI.AMI, H. J..
President .St. Louis University, .St. Louis,
Mlsnuri. 7--'i d.Vtv lm
NTKAMIIOATN
OA 1110 AND PADUGAH
MAIL UOAT.
Th spleaillU stesmer
JAS. FISK,
Diok Fowlkii, Captain
I.PAV.1M I 't.lr. 1 1 A I I .V I Uiimluv nvn.nilmll a
: v...... ..., Vt.,...w uvu,iuuj ni
I p. m for freight opassagu apply on boat or
'o Jas. Malluhy, Ag't.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Dealers In
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIAKII AMI NO IT.
Keep constantly on hand
l-'bonrtiNa and Shjinu, also Lath.
Order Nollelteil.
MILL AND YAW) CORNKR TIIIKTY-KOUHTU
HTKKKT ANIJ OHIO LKYKK.
CAIRO, . ILLINOIS. 7-30 tf

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