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duco Concross to tirovldo'or now claiics
of claims and revluw old'o"pcs,1hrough tlio
repeal or modification of the statute of Urn
nation by which thoy aro nowbarrod out
1 preiume these schemes, If prooil, vrill
Lo rocolvod with little favor by Oonrjrois,
and 1 recommend -persons having
claims against the Unllud States
rocojjnlzatlon by any tribunal
department tberor, bo required to present
them at an oarly day, and Initiation bo
directed ai rar aj practicable to defeat thu
unfoundod und unluit detnandi on tho
Kovernment. I would luuirsit as mourn
of preventing this fraud, tlmt witnoiiciLo
called in to appear In' penun and 'testify
uorore tnoie irituuaii or naving yd
claims beforo them for Adjudication.
J'robably the largeit lavlnjj to tlio nation
al treasury can clu locured by timely
loielatton on thesosubjocts of any of tho
oconomio moaiurei tiiai'tviii lie propoiwi;
You will be advfiod of the operation! of
tho court! of jbatlco by'lhfi report of the
attorney general, arm i invito your attsn
tlon to tho amendments of existing lawi
suggested by him, not with a view of re
duclng the sx'penscs of the dapartmorit.
Ml'ARTMJtRT Or Tn INTIMOK.
Tho policy Inaugurated toward! Indl-
ani at the beginning of tho last admlnli
tratlon hat been 'steadily puihed, and I
believe with beneficial remits will be con.
tiuued. Much snodllcatlnu a experience
may demonstrate may bo necessary with
the encroachment of civlllMlon upon tho
jnaian reservations a a a hunting ground!.
Disturbance! have taken place betwotn
the Indiana and whltm during tho pait
year, and probably' wlll-continuo tu do 10
until each race can approciate that tho
othor baa rlgHts which muit be rsspocted.
The object hae'bech Wcall Indian ai rap
idly ai po'nlble on' reiervatloni, and as far
ai practicable within what ii known ai
tho Indian territory, ami, t;ach thetn
the aria of civllication and aelf-iupport.
When found oQ" tttelr reservations and
endangering the peace and safety of tho
whites;' TBe'y, have been punished, and
will continue to be for Jlko offenses. Tho
Indian territorial south of Kaniai and
wcit of rkansas.areiufUeiont In area and
agricultural resource! to aupport alt the
Indiana or the llocky mountain. In time,
no ddubfall of them, ezcopt a faw who
may pro for to make their homes among
white- people, will be collected there as
preparatory step for thulr eonsutnatlon.
I am now satWUed that Ik territorial form
of government abouU be gives, which will
lecure treaty rights of tho original settler
aud protoct their homciteadi frurn depre
dation! for a puriod of twonty yoari. Tho
operation! of the patent ofllco are growing
of luch magnitddo.and the accumulation of
maturial Ii becoming 10 great thht tbi
iieeenity for morn room is betotnlng obvi
oui day by day.
1 reipeclively Invite your attention to
the report of the lecrutary of the Interior
couui-siomns on 1'atkms
on lubjncta of the buiinrn of th'e general
laud oflco.Vwliich exhibit! a material la
create in all itt branchei during tho laat
fiscal year. During that time were dis
poied out of tho public lao'di, J,03V,COG
acrei, boing an amount greater by I, ICS,
0J1 acres thau .was diapoicd ot the. preceding-year.
Of tho amount dii'junod
l,5iC,560acrei weroiold for.cnh; 'JMJtO
acri-i wnro located with military land
warrant!; 3,71M,crj aCrei were taken fur
homviteads; C0,3tC acres wer located
with agricultural college! 0,083,536 acres
wero certified by railroads j 765,760 acrct
wr granted lo -wagon roads'; S!)tl,&4S acroi
were approved o itatot ana iwamp
jariui; i je,i,ni acrei wuro certined Mr ag
ricultural collrgoi, common fchonli, uni
vanities and seminaries; MV.lls aerra
wero approved to ttrttot for Internal im
provement! ; 14,222 aerei wero located
with Indian scrip.
TBI CASH HtCIim
during the Dime time were $3,408,416' to,
being $170,115 GO In excon of. the re
ceipt! for tho pra'yjplil.year.' DurlugUho
year 80,483,13'J acrei ofpubllc land were
lurveyed,' an increaie over tbo amount
lurvovtd the previous year of 1.037.TJ2
acre! and tddeil tor the area pruviooily ,
surveyea, X afgrui;alO!
acroi which have., ben j eur-
veyod leaving i,;is,4bU5 acres.
incrcaied and gradually Iscroaiing fauili
tiui for' VeacbiBg, bur uuocouplud puljic
domain and for tlie'traniportation of sur
plus product!, enlarges thd Available floldi
for deiirable homoiteada, and location,
thui stimulating the lettlenieiiU and' ex
tending year by year in a gradual increas
ing ratio. Tho ratio of uccupatien Wud
of cultivation. The expressod desire of
a large colony of eitlzoni of Russia to
emigrate ,tO thia ooiantry, af ii unioritood
with tbetr government, if certain concos
lioni can bo made to them, la settle in a
compact colony, 'U of great intcreit, ar
guing to show the light in which our
institution! aro regulated by
an (eduilrious, intelligent' and
wealthy 1 people, desirable of
enjoying elvll and rellgioui liborty, and
the acquisition of to largo an emm'igra
tlon of citir.en of a superior .class would
without dpubt Jmj of much, (mb
itantia) benefit to tho country.
rMMsfoM .if ATTsiin8.
I iavite attenilbn ' to tho iug
geition of the secretary of tbo
Interior in the last Ileal year
for pensions including tho expensos and
disbursement wan f'J9, II :,'! 8'J U'.'.beiug an
amount less by $38,-tOS,093 than wai ex
pended for the samo 'purposes the preced
ing year, . Although this statomont of ex
penditures would indicate a material ro
duction of the amount compared with tho
nraoeJlne voar it is baliuTud that thn
changes in tho penslon.lawmtthu last ids'
lion or uongress will absorb that amount.
The rrcont yoar, at tho closo of tho last
fiscal year, there were on the
pension rolla 09,804 invalid military
dependant widows' of doccaiod soldiers,
making a total of that class of 2Il,ft'J2,and
1 8,yGG survivor! of tho war of lal'J, and
tt,053 widowi of soldiers of that war, pon
sionod under the act of Congress of Feb
ruary I tth, 187lp making a total of that
class of J3,3iy,and 1430 invalid navy pon
sionen.and 1,770 widows and orphans and
I dependant! rolatlves of deceased ofllcors,
sailors and maniacs or the navy pension
ers of 3.20O: and a grand total of neniion-
en of all classes ol '238,411, showing a
net increase during tho last flieal year of
iu,;io. ins Gimmes 01 m4b pon
iionori vrera addod to the roll, arid
10,113 names were dropped there from
various cauiH. ,
DiTrcTioN or riuOM AaiiNoT tiis uov-
The ivilem sulopted for the detection of
frauds against the govornmimt in the
mattor of pensions, has boen the produc
tion of satisfactory rosults, but legislation
is needed to provldo, if possible, aealnst
Itho porpotratlng of such frtuds in tho fu-
Till I1UIKAU OP KDDCATtOX.
Tho evidently Incrcaibgintarostih the
Icauio of education Is a, most enoouraging
Iruture in me general progrosi 011110 coun
try, and tho bureau of education Is earn-
lust in its euoru to give proper uirnction
ko tho new applicant!, and thn Increased
acuities which are bulng o(loroijoai! tbo
UUlKaili'ii iiikoivBf mn wuiiiTj 111 (iirir
treat wnric. 'ine nintii .census lists
men compieieu, ana toe report
S hereof published and distributed, and
he working force uf the bureau dls-
TUI JflW OBNtVI.
his rocommondalion fira census 'to bo
taken In 1875, to which subject tbo action
of congress Is Invitod. The original sug
gestion In' that bobalf has met with the
general approval of tho country, and oven
if it be not advliablo at present to pro
vldo for a regular
census, a census taken In 187, and a report
of which could be complotod and published
bofuro tho ono hundredth anniversary of
our Independence, would be especially in
teresting and valuable, sis it would show
tbo progress of tho country during the
first century of our national exlstenco. It
boliovod however that ft regular cenius
uvery live yoari would baof subitantlal
bonollt to tho country, (n as much as our
growth has been so rapid that tho results
of,the docnnnlal census aro necessarily
unrellablo as a basis of ostimato for lattor
years, n decennial period in the District
Tu cn'v or wmiiisoToir.
Under the very efficient management
of tlio government and the board of pub
lio works of this district, tho city of
Washington is rapidly assuming the ap
pearance of a capital of which the na
tion may bu proud, Irom being tho most
unsightly place three years ago, disagree
ablo to pass through in tho summer,
in coniequenco of tbo duit ris
ing from tho unpavod itreeti and
almost Impassible in tbo winter from the
mud, it is now one of the tuost sightly
cities in tho country, and can bout of be
ing the teat paved. The work has been
done' systematically. Tho plans, grados,
location or sowers, wator and gas mains
being determined upou beforo work was
commenced, thus securing permanency
wlied completed. 1 Question whether 10
touch bus ever been accomplished before
in any Amorican city for tho samo ex
penditure!. Tho government having
largo reieiyallon in the city, and, the na
nation at Urge having having au interest
In their capltol, I recoiamoad a liberal
polity toward tho District of Columbia.
and that "the government should bear
its Just share of the expenses of
tbeso improvements. Every cltixon visit
ing tho capital feels a pride in its growing
beauty, and that ho to is part owner lu
the Investments mado hero. I would sup-
gest to Congress the propriety of promo
ting tho establishment in this district of an
Institution for isarning. or univenitv of
the highest class, by tbo donation of lands.
There Is no place better suited for such an
Institution than the vast capital. Thorn
is no other placo In which every citizen ii
sp airoctiy interested.
civn, fccr.Tica Kiror.u.
In three successive messages to Con
gress 1 nave chiiou attention to tho pro
ject uf civil servico reform, and no action
Lai been taken 10 far
to aulhome tbo appointment of
board to deviso rules t'orornini: the
method! of making appoint meuti tod
promotion, but ther bai never been unv
action on loete ruiei or any ruiei pending,
or tver untitled to observance. When
persons drsiae tho appointment uf a friend
or the removal of an ofiicM who uht Im
dltngreeable, to have any rules effoct, they
uuil havo the acqui'ience of Congreis as
wen as or tuo executive!, 1 reccoumend.
I f ,1 u.., . . . '
tuureiurc, tuo muioci o your attontlon.
and tugeeit that n p'cial committee of
Congrett tnlght con for with tho civil Uiard
during tho present lostiou, for tho purposu
of iluvitiiig inch rule! ne mty
bo maintained, and which lecure
tho , service f honeit and
cnrmhlo oracurs, and which will alto pro
toct them in a divree of indepundunce.
wl,ll m ofAfea. l'rupar rulo will jirotoci
congrtii as well ai the executives from
mu:h noodleti precaution and will provo
or great vniutu 10 mo punua ai largn. 1
will reeornmend for your favorablu con
sideration thn passage or an net, tbo d
mtttnnce of Colorado as a itato Into tho
Union, it possessing all tho elements of
prosperous stato, agricultural, mineral
and I bclievn, hat a position to Justify
such an admission in that connection. I
would also recommend tho encourage
mont of a canal for the purpose of Irri
gating from the (.astern ilupe of tbo
Kocky mountains to the MIsiouri, rlvor,
A. I am opposed to the donation of nuh.
lio'lands for internal improvements, owned
and contracted by privatn corporation!,
v.. . :.. ili. 1 . '
uuk luiiiii luifcKuco i. wuuiu uiaatt an ex
ception between thn Missouri river and
Kocky mountain!. Thoro ii an area belt
or public land from three hundred to five
hundred milos In their inldit, perfectly
itatuolssi for the occupation of man. for
tbo want of sufficient rain to secure the
growth of any product!. An irrecation
cinal would make a productivo bolt ai
wide as tbo supply of water could be
made to sprod over and across this entire
country, and would socuro a line of set
tlements connecting the present popula
tion of tho mountain regions with that of
the older slatei. All the land reclaimed
would bo clear gain if alternate soctions
were reclaimed by tho government. I'
would mggeit that tho roclaimed icctioni
be thrown opon to entry, under the homo
stead law, and sold to actual settlors
for vory law prices and renew my'provl-
ous reeomtnondatinu to Congress for gon
eral amnesty. Thn number of membors
engaged in the lato rebolllon, laboring
under disadvantages is very small, but
enough to koop up a constant irritation.
No possible danget can ensue to
tho government by rostorlng to them
their olegibillty to hold offlco, I
suggest for ynur consideration tho enact
ment of a law to belter secure tho civil
richti. which freedom should socure. but
hai not effectually secured to the enfran
Signed. U. H. GRANT,
rxxcuTivi; Mahmon, Dec. 1, 1873.
Of the conference held'nttho department of
state at. waBiiingioii, on inn tiutli dav or
.Vovcmbor, 1H73, botweon Hamilton F'ltli,
Secretary ot State, and Kear-Admlral Don
Jose J'afo DnltarnalioR, Knvoy Extraor
dinary and .Minister Plenipotentiary of
The ttmlcmrnrd havlnir met for the mir-
pole of enterieg Into a' definite agreement
respecting me teamer 1 ireinitis which,
while tindor the Hag of the United States,
was, on the .'list day of October hut, captur
ed on the high seas by the flpanlth man-of-war
Tornado, hive roached the following
opauiinn ncr pari iiipuuiieu 10 restore
forthwith the voscl referred to, and the
urvivernof hcrpusieneri and crew, and
on the UMh day of December, next, to rial
utn the ling of thn United .State. If, how
over, beforo that date Hpaln should prove to
the' satlxfitctlon of .the government of the
United States that the Vlrglnliia wan not en
titled to carry the flag or the United States,
and was carrying It at the time of her cap
,ture without right, the Impropriety of sal.
ute will bo epoiilaneouily dispensed, as In
such case not tiolng rcqulrable; but the Un
ited fitates will expect in such case a dis
claimer of any Intent of indignity to its flag
by the act commlttedj'and lurthsr, that on
or beforo tbn 93th day of December, 1873, It
shall be made to appear to. tlio satisfaction
.of the United SUtep. tbat the Virglntus did
not rightfully carry the American flag and
was not lntltled . to tAmirican papafa,
the United States will Institute tnnulry ad
adopt legal proceedings atsJnst the vs4el if
It he found that tka has violated any law of
the United States, and against any ot the
persons who may appear tohave been guilty
of Illegal nets la connection therewith: be
log uiidi ritnod that Bpnln will proceed acr.
rordlngly to the,scolid proposition made te
Oenersl (Sickles, and communicated In Ids,
telegram to Admiral I'alo on the 97th, to In
ve stlgate the conduct ol those authorities
whol-ave Infringed the SpanUh laws and
their honorary obligations, und will arraln
thera before cempetent courts and Inflict
ittiA minlahrrtant. unAti 11'v1ia httVAfrAM.i,!.
all other reciprocal relation to be stibjeot to
ouuiiusrauuu auu crcsmeni oetweeu tne
THE OAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER. 3, 1873
tlon, the constitutional assent of tho senate
or the United States to bo given thereto. 11
Is further stipulated that tho time, manner
and plaoo for tho surrender of tho vlrglnlus
ana tne survivers or tnose who on iioird
ot her at the tlmo of her .capture, and alio
tho time, manner and place for tlio salute
to the flag of tho Uidted States, If thero
should be occasion for such salute, shall be
subject to arrangement between the under
signed within tho next two days.
Signed HAMILTON Flail,
30HK I'ALO DRIIAUNAHKK.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Tiik 'publication of the proildont'i
message, publlahod in this morning's
IJUM.KTI.V, crowds out all othor matter.
Ir you want things clean and nlco you
will go to l'attorson's meat market, cor
ner ol Ninth and Walnut streets, lw
A LaitUK and comploto stock of dry
goods, clothing, boots and shoes and crock
ery at panic prices. Alio tho largest as
sortment of holllday toys and fancy goods.
Call and see before purchasing elsewhere,
ut Hartman'i. 11-29 tf
It. Muythi A Co. have concluded to
again open tbelr liquor store on Ohio
Lavoe at the old stand. They will rsmovo
their stock at once, and expect to opon out
somotimo next week. No firm in this
soction is better or more favorable known
than It. Smyth & Co., and that tbey will
drive a good trado Is not to be doubted.
It. Jours, faibionable boot and shoo
maker. Cork solas, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest improvements in the Una uf his
business. Only the belt ana most com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to be flrstclass in evory respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7
Me. J. Uuioxa, the dry goods mer
chant, will In the course of a few days
move his stock of goods to the new store
room fitted up expressly for him at the
corner of Ninth stroet and Commercial
venue. On going into this now place of
business Mr. JJurger will opon a largo and
entirely new stock of goods probably
the largest In tho city, and offer induce
ments rarely to bo obtained in this mar
ket. A Nkw Kn'Tirfrisk. Dr. IJ. F. Field
will run a line of hacks betwoen Cairo
and the terminus of tho Cairo, Arkansas
A Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m., and
and 3 o'clock, p. ro., making close con
nection with the trains on that road.
Orders for passengers or baggage should
be left at Field's stable, on 10th street.
Tiik bnrber shop Is on tbo corner of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. George Stienhouse with his gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to sootho
your feelings with a smooth shave, or coo
your temper and bead with a good aham
poo. It is a Crst-clais shop, and you are
1 tiro or receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved ctylcs. 8-lC-tf
I take this opportunity to Inform tho
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will roiuroo my practico in tho city
of Cairo on or about tho lit of Decombor.
-80.tr. 1. L. "Williams, Doutist.
r. ntzgerald at bia rooms, cornor
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, offers for sale Quinne.s' l'orter &
Uhib' ales and pure Ilonnesiy brandy,
and the genuine Acgoituro bittors, all
first-elais cholora cures. Try thorn
Two Uatterles of two Boilers, each J4
foot long, 2 inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with fire fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safoty and Mud valves, Chimney and
Urltchiu, all complete and in first-class
orderf; been'Used only three months. For
price, etc., inquire ot J. T. Hikhik,
Q-2S-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
A clergyman, while residing in Seuth
Amorica as a missionary, discovered a
sate and simple remedy for tho cure of
nervoui weakness, early decay, discuss of
the uriaary and seminal organs, and the
whole train of disorder! brought on by
baneful and vicious habits. Great num
bers have been cured by this noble remedy.
Prompted by a desire to boned t the af
flicted and unfortunate, I will send the
receiptor preparing and using this med
icine in a sealed envelope, to anyone who
needs it, fret of thtrge. Address
Jossrn T, Ixuav,
Station D, Bible House, New York,
August lis, 1 yr
Dri Lavtirty, homooopathlit physi-
clan, lato of Shawuoetown, has'locatod In
tbli city and Intonds making it his home
The dootor comos to Cairo well rocom
mended, aud rofors to the officers of the
First National bank of Uhawneetown, to
whom ho Is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years, ilo
solicits a fair sharo of tho patronage of
our'citlscns. Office 140 Commercial ave
"Fools daro to tread where Angols
bashful look." For an illustration, soe
tho foolish presumption of somo avari
cious liquor dealers in tampering with
tho Uvea of the innocont by palming off
a poisonous decoction, oither by tho gal
lon or in counterfeit bottles and labols
for Dr. McCabo's gonulno Medicated
" NOTlcx is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ployes of Tub Cairo Bullitik, either
or tjbemielves or for the use of tbo office
units ine same are lurnisbeu on an order
fjgmed by Mr. Burnett or myaelf.
12-20-ly Joust U. Obsrlt,
Till largest, finest and most comploto
stock ever brought to Cairp, of the finest
Chilis and Ilobomlan Glass waro, China
Ornamant and Toilet sotts,at prices which
wo dofy competition, at llartman's.
IIaIlkt koops tho celebrated "Fash-
on,' tho ."Monitor," the "Lady Gay," the
"Alaiklj " and numerous other good cook
A SrxcfAi. Convocation of CaVro il, a"
Chapter No. 71. will bo'hold this, (Tuesday)
evening, December 2, 18?8, for work In tho
M. M. degree. Ily order of the M. Ex. II.
I'. O. Hannv, Scc'y.
NUTICK.-I take this mvthed of Inform
ing tho public that 1 havo returned lo tho
city, uu I nm uow prepared to fill orders for
photographs at my Gallery, corner ol
Klghth street and Commercial avenue.
J. J. THOMAS,
Phillips and Ilnggs',
Corner Tenth and Commercial.
NOTICE On and alter Monday, Novem
ber 3, and through tho winter, a warm lunch
will bo spread at tho Thalia saloon, opposite
Tiik Bulletin oilkc, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All the delicacies of tho season.
1M lm A, Jaeckul, Proprietor,
SALE OF UNCLAIMED 1 1 AGO AG K.
All baggage held for charges at tho fit.
Charles hotel, and unclaimed provlous to
that date, will bo sold at public auction on
Friday tho USUi day of December, at 10
o'clock a.m., ai llartman's auction room,
11-24 30d F, D. HxxroRD, Proprietor.
NOTICE Being determined to cloae my
business house, I shall from and after this
date, sell for cash only. All persons In
debted to mo arc respectfully tequestod to
close their accounts Immediately. Charles
D. Artcr is hereby empowered to collect,
receive, and receipt all claims due me,
WANTED Five tons or dry corn busks
In bales or sacks, for mattress making, deliv
ered at O. W. Hick's lactory, oppoetlo
Greenfield's ferry, on tbo Mississippi levco.
gSTllusk beds filled at tho shop. Tlio best
and cheapest mattresses and pillows over
offered In this market, for sale at O. W.
Wbltlock's, corner Tenth street and Wash
ington avenue. 1M8 lm
The co-partnership herotoforo existing be
tween Jus. K. Lane and Joseph Stcaglcr,
under tho firm namo of Stcaglcr t Lane, Is
this dsy dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Joseph Stcaglcr retiring from tho tlrm. Jfr.
Lane will continue to carry on tho business
at tho old stand, corner ot Sixth street and
Commercial avenue. Jas. K. Lake,
t JOflKl'tl STEAULElt.
Tho partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned under tho namo and
style of Ay era i Co., Is this day dissolved by
mutual consent of the parties. Persons in
debted to the late firm will xaako payment
to S. D. Ayers, who alone is authorized to
receipt for earns. The business will bo car
ried on by S. D. Avers under the style or tho
late firm. S. D. Atehs,
E, J. Ayxks.
Cairo, Ills,, December 1, 1873. d-lw-wlm
ATTENTION SIH KNIGHTS t
A regular annual conclave of Cairo Com
mandary, No. 13 K, F., will bo hold at the
Asylum on Monday evening, December 1
A. D. 1873, A, O., 756 at 7 UK) o'clock, sharp,
for tlio election of officers for tho enaulnir
templar year, and the transaction ot such.
other business as may be brought boforo It
Sir Knights will appear in .Fatigue dress,
Sojourning sir Jtnlgbls aro courteously in
vltcd to be present.
JAMES A. PUILLIS, Itocorder,
MItS. MATTIE SOWELL, hairdresser
and dealer In all kinds of human hair.
switches, curls, Czettcs, braids, etc., takes
this method of Informing her friends and
the public generally, that sho has removed
her storo from Washington to Commercial
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth street.
where ibo will be pleased to welcome all
her old friends and customers. Mrs. Sowcll
has added lsr9ely to her stock of fine
witches, curls, etc., and will sell as low as
any dealer In the city. 11-51 lw
WHAT IS SALEttATUST-Saleratus Is
the salts of ley and carbonic acid gas : How
much salts of ley and carbonic acid gas 0110
can bear, and remain healthy is a question
for a ssleratus cater. Somo pcopte say
saleratus will not harm tho stomach. It is a
Icy. Tho only tafu wholesome material for
daily uso In making your bread, biscuits,
pastry, etc., Is Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder, Which contains no substance but
that the stomach needs to keep It healthy
And his Special Flavorings, Vanilla, Necta
rine, etc., are tlio best and purest made.
Every afternoon at two o'clock at
my salesroom, and every n'Bht
during this week, at 111 Commercial
avonuo, I will offer to tho trade a largo as
sortment ot boot, shoes, ladles' gaiters,
children's shoes, huts, socks, dry goods,
pleco goods, ink, scissors, pspor, collars,
ribbons, buttons, thread cases, pencils,
combs, ono alarm money drawer, kid gloves,
gent's buck gloves aud many other .articles
too numerous to mention,
Itcmcmbor regular sales of furnlturo
every Saturday morning at 10 o'cldck, a.m.
ll-UC-St tours Myjciis, Auctioneer.
NOTICE. Notlco ii hereby glvcu that tlio
firm or Kerr, Wales A Kerr, was this thy
dissolved by mutual consent, ,3Ir. E. C,
Wales retiring, Tho business or tho old
firm will bo settled by their successors, Kerr
llrothers A Co., who still contlnuo tuo manu
facture or nxo aud tool handles ol all kinds,
Emos E. Kkur,
Thomas F. Kkur,
Edwin O. Walks.
TlinnitH, ilia., November 23, 1873. Il-303t
Mil. l-'ItKD. WINTEIlUEItn has Just re
turned from HI. Louis, whero ho purchased
as Hue a stock of the various trades or Hue
leather as wai over brought to this city, and
proposes to work It Into boots and shoes lor
bis customers. He makes rlno boots a'spo
clallty, anil Is confident or his ability to cope
with any boot .maker in this city In this lino
ol work. Ilo omploys none but tho best
workmen, and as a consequence turns out
only llrst class work. While In St. Louis ho
visited nil tho principal shops und secured
patorus of all tho latest styles and Improve,
mentx, and will glvo his customors tho bon
etltof tliom. Work douo promptly und on
short notice. All work warrnuted, 11.20 10 1
Hoot and shoo maker, Tsvoii h (street, bo
twoen Washlnctoii avonuo and Poplar
street, is prepared to make bootn and shoes
in tho latest and most fashionable styles,
lie will make thorn to order, old or now
styles to Milt customers, out of tho bw.t and
freshest stock, of which he always has' it
Kood supply on hand from which to make
ssloctlons, All fitting of boots and shoes
made by Mr, Elders Is dens in his. own shop
no foreign fitting balm; '.U'od by hiss.
FOR SALE, At a bargalu. A beautiful
counter, walnut top, 13 feet long. Enquire
cornor Thirteenth and Walnut street, or at
This Bulletin bindery. 11-20 2w
VEtlTC LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st wo expect to deal ex
clusively In gentlemen's clothing and gont's
furnishing goods,and having on hand a largo
and well assorted stock of fall and Winterdry
goods, notions, etc., etc., which wo dcslro to
closo out entirely, wo tako this method to
Inform the public that wo shall, after Nov
ember 1st, sell all goods In our storo In tho
dry good line, at first copt. All otirgoods
wero bought at tho lowest market price, ami
arc fresh and sultabto for thlssoaeon. Those
wishing to obtain good bargains should
call on us beforo purchasing clsowhcrc.
Blum & a.nkom,
No. 112 Commercial avenue, between J,
Burger and Elliott A Haythorn. 11-1-lm.
GO AND CONSULT
Madamo Do Grail,
Sccr and Clairvoyant.
Sho Is the seventh daugtcr of tho .'cvcntli
daughter, Sho can bo consulted at her suit
of parlors at tho Arllngtin hotiic, llrst floor,
corner of Hovontli t-trcct nnd Commercial
avenue, Cairo, for a short tlmo only. Sho
gives ndvlco on alt business matters; tells
how to recover lost or stolen property ; tclU
of lovors, nnd even tells tho liamo or tho
person you aro to mary. Fee, $1. All let
tors answered promptly by inclosing $ 1 nnd
stamp. Hours Irom 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
ItEMOVAL Dll. 1J. O. TAHKIt
Has removed his ollluo Into tho rccond
story of Itleer's bulldlng.corner Eighth street
and; Commercial uvenuo, Cairo, Illinois,
whero he will contlnuo to treat all Chronic
db-eate?, with tho moat approved methods
known to modern science. Including Elec
tricity, for many nervous complaints, rhcu-
matlim, deafness, epllcpacy, pralysls, tumors
andcausors. Ulcers ol all kinds healed more
safely than by any other method. Tlio In.
halation of medicated vapors Is an important
auxiliary In tho treatment of the air pahH
ages, Including lnclplnt stages or consump
tion, AU diseases peculiar to
women, and all difficulties ol tho Ocnlto
Urcnary system, carefully and confidently
treated; and, when at all practicable, at a
dlstanco by Icttor. Tho numerous com
plaints of this climate, resulting from
Can often bo treated nt n dlstanco end
medicines sent by cxprciH. Consultation
ireo in all cares, and charges for treatmcul
In treating this class ol complaint, It Is
noceMary to bear in raind that patience ii
required on the part of the patient as well
as with tho physician. It Is not bocauso of
tho want of knowledge that so many do not
succeed with theso complaints as a wont ol
careful and continued application ot tho
remedies, and tho Judicious changos which
tho system requires when a rcmody, bo
comes Inert from habit.- Through an exten
sive practico of ruoro than thirty years, 1
havo learned tho Inostlmablo value of pa
tience. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
nappy ruuer lor young men from the el
fectsot errors und aliUKes in carlvllfu. Man
hood restored. Imucdluicutu to marrlnsa
removed. Wow method of treatment. New
and remarkaltla Tcmedlcs. HookH und clr-
ctuam sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad
drehs, Jlowrd Ai-Mclatlon, Ho. '2 South
mnui iiroot, I'linauciplifn, i'a an Institu
tion havlm; a high reputation for lionorahlo
conduce snu proieNKionai siflll. 10-w il.tw;;m
It Is the treat bocseholdremedy ; peasant to
t.tkc, yetpottntfortbe prcvsntlon and cure of
distaste.'. It Is better than Bitters, Cordial,
nucha orearsaparilla. Sold by Dnifzhts
Dr. nenrya Boot sua Plant PlIIiu
Mild yet thoroaah no nsnses orfrtlplsa n-
lirdyvsiretable greatllverrtmedy. Trice u
sent!. Bold by DnurgUU.
Mrs. TOhlteomb'a Srnp,
The great soothlns; remedy. Prlco on'.y 23
won. uwefl rest to the mother sod heultli to
the child Cold by Drnntlsts .
Intertitlnx work. EnUrnd Edition.'' Kcw
Engravlncs, Two-hundred and sixty Pag,
rttce so cents. Address Da. Botts ' Dursfx
uar, la North Eighth Street, fit. Louis, Uo.
Full sutts from H to $11 at Hart-
Hickory Snirts at -5 cents each at Ilart-
Uab nnd btoamtltUui; on short notico
llrods' Block. 0-28tf.
At.r. wool dclancs, 15 conts nor vard. nt
t.t mjt't ' , , fin . i
Heavy Uudor Hhlrts nnd Drnwera nt CO
cents each at llartman's.
Qo to llalley's
for tbo liurnclt rtenin
Go' to Ualloy's for i;ood bargains in
ceoking and beating etovus. ll-C-lm
IJvorcoata Chiuchillu from S7 to '., nt
Tiik European . hotol, Hary "Walker
propriotor, Is opon ut all hours of the
night. ' 11.7-lni
Ir you want tho biwt hoof itoak in tho
city, go to 8. l'attorson's, cornor of Ninth
and Walnut streets. lw
Latknt style Konts' hats from 51 lo
1 GO, atllartuianW ' t " U Xt J U'1J tfj j
Fob ft Rood tnuaro moal j;o to Harry
"Walkor's rostnuruut, Commfirelal nvonue
botweon Bovonth and Klh'th stroet. lm
H. Iatti:kson. on tho cornyr of Ninth.
and Wnlnut streets will Uoep fresh llsh ou
Friday, if the samo can bo had. lw
liAiiun nil-wool air-pound
ft 'J5 per pair, at llartnmii's.
Qo to ,S. I'tttturson's, corner of Nlnih
and Walnut BtrootP, for tho host sausuyo
in tho city. lw
Von ais and s'teatn fittiu?l;o to Hon.
ntes Vulcan iron t works, .Comtnorclal
avenue, foot of Ninth strcot 0-10-tf
Counthy knit socks, all wool, 35 cents
pur pair, ut llartman's. 11.19 tf
All kinds of game cioustantly on hand
at Harry Walkor's, Commercial avenue
between Soveuth and Eighth streoti.
H. rA'rrsiuiOK.- on- ,)hp corner of Ni'noih
and "Walnut streets, ha Charley llolfrioh
employod;toj:ut all kinds .iof meats nnd
Ml J IHRI)
CAREFULLY AND PROPERLY PREPARED.
Tho licaltlifuincsfl of tliis article as food for MOCKING lilUDS.ltODIX
KLAOK ItlltDS , TJIJtUSHKS. and all other noil hill birda. 1ms Icon..
nionstratcd to satisfaction. Jlirds not only relish it, lmt seem to ininrovo 3
1,nnlit. -! - .....1 i,t.i ,i rt 1 s
iv.wui, in jiiuniiiKu aim in Hung. 11 una
approach aa nearly as pussiblo the food
live in their wild state.
.CAUTION Ah much ol tho bird rood
lioro.to tho chciipnuHi than to tho quality ol'
Ills' !l Hltil'nr llinv ilun tntP..l.nu.. .n... I..
and for sale in
74 OHIO LEVEE, - SIGN OT THE GOLDEN LIOl
COllNEIt WASHINGTON AVENUfl AND I3IGIITII STREET.
(81CIN of TUB OIIYSTAI. MOllTER,)
BOOTS AND SHOES!
WILL SELL MY
33 ltT "3? I 3L E3 STO QBL
BOOTS AND SHOE!
FOR THIRTY BAYS
AT TEN PER CENT. OFF
ITY SHOE STORE
Cr.8 th Street and
PHIL. 11. 8AUP,
CONFECTIONS AND TOYS
l'inu Avons, nuts, etc.
(ale by tho can or. 1 can.
NO.' 10!! (JOAUIIjl.'CfAIi AVr.,
, Uctwocu (Jth ami 7th SM.j
UAIKO, - ILLINOIS,
drOvidcMiorved lu uuv
Fly lo on short
LOUIS II. MYEKS,
Foil WAKDING AND COMMISSION
And Dealer In
HAY' OATS, CORN, TLOUlt
AND C0UNTUT 1U0I)UCE
Store ltoom lu Dr. Wardner'S new brlok
111 Commorcliil Avemie.
SOT Liberal advancci niada on eoiu.sn.
llU'lltN. . . .
itulercniMi : city national nuiiir. ns ii
K. J. AYERS
IF" 3L O
QENEHAL COMMISSION MER04NTS
Hp. 7ii Ohio Lxvuk, uaiko, ills.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
f sT8IPEf OK-No. at ftnrteenth street, t
Ja, twtwn wubiDKtenavenueaqd'WalnutBtrtal
Qtfe t"1 0inmiroUI avenua, uvsUlra.
lurpirsB toilet Soap, arjjicake
uccn 1110 nitn 01 1110 manufacturers
upon which tlicso beautiful flontrstt
sold over tho
thu ingredients mod, wo niiviso anyone hs
...I..L.... t 1.1 iif s . '
boiiMucklng Ulril Food.
bottles, and bulk, at retail and
Commercial A v
The mat limomtii BptclalUt of the A it, in t, i
((catmtnt tf PRIVATE, VllttOh'lO and UHT.
x.u:rjisE.isEs, seuixaz. weakness.
Thn rtiuU orwrtr InJlfcrtUmii erttitr cuiici, rroliclu
KiRvoes.iEss.rnrrLts os tui: tace, AvmsinNTii
socirrv, mrAicsD moirr, i.oSn or memory i.
MAKUOOIt rCCMANCNTI.Y CC11SD. THU CBCAU Or
1IEDIC4I. Z.1TEOATCRC IllaMrital ll4 ehut crtlD.
vipUInlnf vLoioia.rry.vhnal, vbr. Th. Iqiin.UIoi.41.
I.Eurrlr.' Tbclr uiai, out. ul .are. Iim Uriv,
ml I u a plla miJ coTclop. Lllf. rfulrlci iurik.1 ilj,
B.llc.1 ftll.nU&'or uSilcd niy f.Uur kUrt.l th. tlwtar,
lor.UJt rvl h1 rilvtt. .juMsw-olj, tcirJ, 4tta4
iM.,Ag. Cun.eiutiaUul. ltLlUrgu!.9alittl,
Tho Rrcat dlncovcry of tho
ago. Thoro Isnojialn which
tho Centaur Liniment will not
relieve, no swelling which it
Will not subdue, and no lame
nenK which It will not euro.
Jt'hlsls strong lamrnauc. but
fflflsffpC! tho reclpo is prfiitcd around
each bottlo, A circular eontalnlii- certlti
catuu of wonderful cured of rhomuatlaiu
netirali;l!, lock-jaw, epralm, kwuIIIiiks;
burns, scalds, cakod-bruast-i, poisonous
bites, frcron feet, t'out. saltrheum.oar.acho
.Vc and the rcelpo ot tho Liniment will bo
cunt KratiH to anyone it 1h tlio ruost won
ilurfiil healing and pain rolloviUL' uncut tlio
world has over produced, It soils as no ar
ticle over before did frell.and It soils bocausn
It docs Uuit what It pretends to do, Ono lmt
tlo of the Centaur Liniment tor animal
(yellow wrapper) I worth a hundred dol
lars for KPaUnod. stralnod oruallod ho: tin
.aud uiulcl, and for screw-worm Vi bhoop.
no lamiiy orsiouiowner caiyauord t "u
without L'cntaiir Liniment, lvico. N) ceYiW:
Urgo bottles, tl. 11. Ilosc, &, Co,, b'J
jironuivnj, -Dtr lorK. J i
CASTOUI.V Is IIinFs tJnriSI StllltCf Itlft A flit
Castor Oil. It In tho oI'sapk MtlcTo In
existence which U stiro to'ivS u10 u0
ols, euro viiidcolia uud. produco hjjr-;
kloel). Jt iniiliiiiinbtntkii.' ,:lillJrini
not r.rv uml ninlliArt mat .liutn. lo.T tvlu
it M. STOCKFLETII,
Kcctinir snd VfhoiessU Dealer in -rotEMM
a sit nusim id
LIQUORS AND WHSfJES
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