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Hotel and Restauraunt
122 Commercial Avenue.
Two 4oon north ef Cal" and VIbccbum rtallroad
A trusty watch kept night and day for
'A rains ami owuiui.
THE BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS
tor UancUn. gueiU it
irvn T) (Hi Ii A H S 1' B K DAY
STUART & GHOLSON.
Tfi tale pleasure in announcing to
our friends that our stock of Fall and
TVinpr fJootti ts noto arneinj.
stall ofjer this seaion o stock of Dress
'Fabrics. Trimmings, Fancy Goods,
Notions, etc., xchich for variety, style
and excellence of material, excels any
itr Aava Acretoimi ftfereti. Our
large and increasing trade etiabtes its to
luy from first hands at the lest sources
of supply. Always on thcaltrt to gain
every advantage in prices, we are liappy
to state (hat this season tee have secured
the most attractive stoch in fic market,
at prices which tec gaurantee liRoch
Bottom." We affirm our ability to du
plicate Chicago and St. Louis price.
We KEEP ONLY THE MOST
DESIRABME GOODS, ALLOW
NO REMNANTS TO ACCUMU
LATE, MAKE NO BAD DEBTS,
AND WILL NOT BE UNDER-
SOLD BY ANY HOUSE IN THE
TRADE. A visit of inspection tcill
convince purcliatcrs of (he extraordi
nary bargains offered by the popular
and progressive one-price, cash Dry
Goods house of
Stuart & Gholson.
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
VERY GIIEATLY IMl'KOYED In form
of the claws, and tho moro complete.
Melding of the parts subject to wear, by
mttal plates, making them wear V1VK
TlMta as Loxa, and do tho work faster nnd
easier than any other busker. Made of tho
very best calf leather. In lour sizes, right
rectipt 01 price, uan
ot price, llalf gloves, fl.aSj full
tl0 per pair. Lllic-al discount In
es. Ante jour merchant, or address
nn.nl lU. l.kv
XJUAUMMVO Ulll ujricuiuv. Ul UUIILC
ilAliLl UUaii.lMU UL.U Vli UU.,
m as enectuai a rtmcay
FOR FEVER & AGUE
M the SnlphaU in the aamo doai, wlillo It affettt
ths had leas, la mora nltUUa and much chtatxr.
Sand for doacriptlve Circular with Tf ill moil tola
mi MTKunatam iran ail jiana oi Uio country.
iy Sample packaeea for trial, 25 cents.
tpared by I1U.LINUB, CLAIT It CO., Manuac.
turta Cbcmlau, iloitoa, Haaa.
1.000 PER WEEK
ClAl be i mailoby any hmart man who en
I Veep his business to htuisclr. Address
O. T. UKUMANN, Ilobokcn, N. J.
A Wf-Ui guaranteed to JIale and
i-einalc AkcuU In their locality.
CosU nothing to try It. Particu
lars free. P. O. A'lCKEU Y & Of)..
Ml n.llM. kfll l.L.. I I.. ...
...nwiiw, tti g4y, isiir 19m
s iTPWrna ttt a wmnn F
Kor tho now
A'irAJi.V XIUU Orimifallook
MONOPOLIES AND TIIK PEOPLE
Every Granirer wanU it.
It U orlgjnn
AUdress. for terms. CO-OP
i33i iur ivruts, u-ur
III. t!f).. rinMnn.tl l-t T nnli
I0DNG MEN",1?11 ,0 1,arn ,e,e-
hi bevr. Unc Which wo ro lurnUliliiif
witU opemtura, nt nalary Irom 0O to el(I)
per month. Send lor Mmni?. a.i.S
iSJSF11 1 N UT1T U TK, Jane"
V II MVUIIIIUl
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Bats, Mice, Itoaclcs, Ants, Hod-llugc.
J. F. HENKY, CUlUtAN & CO.,
To the Editor ol Tin Uullbtin :
Estkkmkd KltlKlf d : You will Mease In
form your readers that I havfe rfm"
CUBE I'OK COKSUMlTinv
h fWf1 ' 1116 Throat and Luu,.
nd that, br Its use in my practice. I halo
cured liunurcds of cases, and will give
. ' Willi a OAMI'LK.
7lTi 1 V ,u.fer nddrcsing me. '
know wboh0. M'"Jct,7 t0 "' 01,0 ?o mr
DR.T. F. BURT,
NEW LDMBBU YARD
PINE, CYPRESS. POPLaH
(houMwd to wload liu. Aiwti.K0pcJ
WbjIm funaUied luany iiuamur Mi
. Vuai. Lawoajbtkh & rv,
C Ilre.U., August J, 187L ,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1874.
takn frnm lis
Sornobody to take from tis a thousand bill
paper and finely printed, for
t3.W to 4.00.
Ono thousand statement printed at Tiik
Bulletin oillcc lor 3.M) to 4.00.
rn llmiitanit nntn lif-mU tirllltcd nt TlIK
Bulletin ofllco forL00i two thousand for
One thousand business cards, fine Bristol
board, printed at '1 lin IIullktin olUce lor
from f 2.60 to yu.OO, according to use.
TO SDIT THE TIMES, AT
The only original and the only brind of that
isiuo, at r-ij eta per yarui kuuh' ui
.ooit. 13 ens WAiistrrrA. xx. 17 cts
RLACKSTONE. 11) cts per yard.
competition at mese price,
U.VIILJJACliJiJ) OOODd'at prWa In pro-
. , -.
anva-uitAin iiiuuani, onoricu colors,
men x win ecu nt panic prices.
.lldl, I. III! KU ItBPUl IlllCllt Ul lllll llllll IIUUI'I
CLOTHING, GENTS' UNDERWEMt,
1L.ANKETS and GERMAN QUILTS. Call
and sco bcloro purchasing elsowhcro.
Get your oysters at tbo Dolmonlco.
oystors at tbo
SILK HATS! BILK HATS I
Silk Hats madoto ordor at A. Marx's,
70 Ohio lovco.
.fresh oystors or anything olso you
want at tho Dclmonico ltcetaurant npon
day nnd night.
Sick. Mr. Charley Hardy bat boon
laid up slnco last Friday with fovsr and
rboumatlsm. IIo Is well carod for by tho
sisters at St. Mary's Infirmary.
Dk. Jenkllb. Can bo found nt hi
dental parlors on Eighth stroot at n1a
hours. Best of roferoncos given as to pro
iosr. On Sunday night last, In tho
city, bolow Tenth stroot, an Alaska dia
mond clustor pin. Tho flndor will bo re
warded by loaving it at this ofllco.
Coyne's oyster depot and rostauran t
Oystors in tbo sholl and can, frosh every
day, at Phil Saup's old stand, between
Sixth and Sevonth streots, Cairo, ill.
Two rooms to ront, botwoon Tenth nnd
Elevonth streots, on Washington nvonuo.
Apply at County Clork's oQlco.
scuoolh. luoro liavo been somo ono
hundred and sixty now names enrollod on
tho roglstors of our public schools sinco
tbo opening week, and they still contlnuo
too add u fow each day.
Hunting. Many hunters aro onjoy'ng
thomselves In the woods on tho Kentucky
shore. Tho dlscbargo ot their guns is
hoard all day long, from morn till dewy
"Wanted. A runner wnntod, I m mod I
ately, at the Southern botol. Must como
well rocommondod. Good wages will bo
paid to tho right kind of a man.
Tub "sweet byo and byo" of yostorday
evening says "General Taylor in ono of
his messages doolared wo woro 'at poaco
with all tho world and tho rest of man
kind.'" Go back to your mossago road
Inp, brotbor Demosthenes. You'ro rusty.
Notick to the Puiilic Tho now
packing houso market in Wilcox's block
will be opon Saturday next, with fresh
moats nnd now lard, at tho Jowoit market
prlco. 110WK Of JJito.
On and after Oct. 1st, tho prico of day-
board at tho St. Charlos Hotel, te now
boardors will bo per month. Only a
limited number will bu recolvod at tho
I'resii Sui'l-LY. Mr. P. l'itzgorald has
Just rocoivod and has ou talo at bis sales
room, a largo stock of English nle, porter,
lionneisy brandy and wines, and liquors
of all kinds, which ho will dlspoio of at
rcasonablo pricos. 280-9-L'o-lm
Foit Balk. Tho ferryboat "olll0
Thomas,,' now at Cairo. Ready for im
mouiaio uio will be sold cboap. Annlv
lu u. axtell,
Ofllco St. L, I. M. nnd S. R. 11,
M.. L. J. ui'EAit lias ono of tbo finest
stocks of mllllnory goods over oponod In
M.l. CJ. .
an, on uouimorcial nvenuo.
uni siae, opposite Winter's block, bo-
twoon Seventh and Eighth street
2iKMl.30.Gt Mita. L. J. Si-EAit.
Peiiuiibanub. Thoso holding luvlta
tations to tbo rorurtanus olub party can
obtain tlckots at Paul G. Sehuh'i, Frank
Jieaiy's, T. Y. Sullivan's, and M. J,
McGauloy's drug stores, and Phil. U
Saup's, or any of tbo Invitation commit-
A Leitl'ue. nreparatorv to tbocommii
nlnn. will 1. ii i i . .
1 " uom uruu in mo 1'rosnvierian
cnurch tbls ovenlng at hair past soven
o'clock. A iiioctlne- of lusitnn uflll l
hold immediately after tho lecture. Ah
Having business with tho session are re
quested to be present.
Look Out vou Bauqains. Mr. A
Marx baa juet roturned from Now York
whoro be purchased ono of tho tlnost and
largest stock of clothing, KOni-, fBrnhh.
Ing goods, bats, otc, of tho very Utou
style, wbicb bo will cell LOWER than
lowest. All goods markod In plain
Private Cotillion Pakty. On Tues
ovinlng next a select bop will ba
given under tho auspices of tho "Ferur-
banus club" at K luge's ball. Tho mem
of tbft organization havo in ado duo
arrangements to make this, their Inaugur
ating bop, a ploasant affair. Wo learn
that tuts club enrolls forty names.
Lunch Evert Oat. George Lattner
corner of f ourteen tli and Washington
avonuo, will furnish boroaltor, ovory day
to bis patrons a No. 1 luncb, botwoon tho
hours of ton and twolvo o'clock. Iresh
Mllwaukco beer and fragrant liar
ana clears to bo had at his bar at all
J.umiikr Still Goinq Down. As wo
aro determined to closo out our stock
spoedlly, preparatory to winding up bus
nets, wo will soil nil kinds of lumber at
two dollars per thousand loss than mar
kot prices. A largo lot of lath and etovo
wood on band, which will bo sold at cor
reipondlngly low rales.
ZJl-V-U-lt WALL & EN T.
T.HROAT Cot. A quarroll occurrod at
Fillraoro City last night, botwoon O. Da
via and Josopb Kstrop about a, small sum
ot money that was duo F.strop. Tho far
mer bad not tbo ready cash, and thought
that It would bo Lost to tako It out another
way, and nromodcil lo alatli nt his debtor
w,lb n kaifr, cutting n ugly gash In his
mront, ana ono on Ills left cliosk.
Illh. Central It. R. Co.. 1
Aqt'b OmcE, Cairo, Bopt. VI, 1871. J
On Monday, September 21st, wo will
sell excursion tickets to Chicago and ro-
turn at one and ono Aft h faro, good to re
turn until tiaturdav, tbo 27th, Inclusive,
and on Monday, Octobor Mb, wo will
again put thoso tickets on talo, good to re
turn until Octobor lltb, incluslvo.
1 0-3-3t Jamics Johnson, Agent.
litnij'B Court. llobort llrown, cebrcd
arrested by Coustablo Gladnoy, on Infori
matton and complaint of Mrs. Loah Owons,
Prom tho ovidonce It appears thoy camo
to Cairo nnd lived togothor ns man and
wifo. Yesterday morning thoy had a dls
puto, and Hubert tnado for Mrs. Loah with
a club. Ho was askod to contributo flvo
dollars and costs, total $13 2D. Mr,
iirovn naa.no monoy anu wns sent on
tho chain gang for six days.
Mrs. Hultz his just returned from tho
east with n full stocl! of mllllnory good
and ladies', raiisos' and children's shoes
also, a largo stook of ladies' hair switches,
nnd goods belonging to tbo mllllnory
trade, culls, hosiery, etc., with n largo
lot ot notions, which sho will soil cboapor
than any other placo in Cairo, Storo on
tho corner of Eleventh stroot and Wash
inglon avonuc. '205-0-2'Mt
III. Oentbal R. It. Comi-ant, 1
Ao'ts Omen, OAino, Oct.l!, 1871.
To porsons wishing to attend the St
i. nm. ulr, from Octobor C'.h to lOtb, wo
will sell excursion tickets to Hast St,
Louis and return nt JO GO. Sales of tick
ots will coinmonco October 3rd, nnd dls
contlnuo Octobor lOlh. Tickets good to
roturn until tbo 12tb, Incluslvo.
James Johnson, Agont.
Police Foiicr. Chief McUale lias
made several changos In tho location and
duties of bis force -. Messrs. Shoohan and
Wooton will pntrol nights from Twelfth
stroot south j Messrs .Mobncr and Rrown
from Twelfth stroot up; Mr. J, C. Lahuo
has bcon placed on tbo day force, and
Andy Cain will rotaln his old position as
sergeant of police, and general utility
Tjie DurDOr snop is on .no cornor ot
Eighth street' and Commercial nvonuo
whero J. Goorgo Stionhouso with bis gen.
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, rcadv to sootbo
your footings with a smooth shavo, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It Is a rlrst-class shop, and you aro
suro of rocolving first-class treatment
Ladloa' nnd children's bnlr cut or curlod
in tbo most approved stylo. R-lB-tf.
Lunch. Mr. Jncckol, proprietor of
tho Thalia saloon, opposite The Hulls
tin olllco, will commonco to-day to set a
first class lunch to his patrons, between
the hours of ten and twolvo n, in. M
Jaockol has fitted up his back room in
tasteful manner, and it is now open to
gontlemon nnd ladies who wish oyBteri
...i. i.i. i. . i-
wiucu uu is roauy to sorvo up in every
siyio. rre6U JHIlwaukoo boor always o
i KRitY "TititKK Status." Wo counted
twonty-ono teams and twenty-eight hoad
ofsboepou this ferry on her second trip
yosioruay. Tlio wagons woro Inadod with
grain, tobacco, apples, oto. Tho teams
wero nearly all from Missouri, In the
neighborhood of Charleston. Tho farm
ors Informod us that thoy can obtain bet
tor pricos for tholr produce in Cairo, and
get bottor bargains in dry goods, oto , from
our morcbants than In any other placo in
mr. hi. iNiciiolas hotel saloon nnd
rusmurani u now unuorgolng a groat
cnange, anu will, whon finished, be oni
of tbo tlnost placos of resort for refrosb
monls in tho city. AVm. Wotzjl, tbo
proprlotor thoroof, expocls to havo tho
samu completed by Tuesday noxt, whon
no win invito all His frionds and tbo nub,
llo In genoral to n lino lunch. From and
after that day oystors in very stylo and
moais to order will bo served up at tho
shortost notice, night and day. Also tho
list of llnuors and lagor boor will bo con
stantly kept on lap. 10-1-tf
JoeRonekekIs now in full control of
Ibe Washington bakory, and having
loarnod tho wants of tho public, is tirn.
pvod to supply on call all domands for
French loaf, Boston. Brown and Graham
bread, and everything olse ordinarily
found In a flrst-clasi bakery. Ho main.
islm n full stock of confectioneries, nnd
as woll as any olhor uoaier in tuo
Ity, Qll alt ordors In that lino.
Cakes baked, frosted or ornamonted on
short notlco. Special attention given to
tho ordors of wedding or picnic parties.
Mn. W. Tnioo, grocer, No. V!38 Wash
ington nvonuo, has just returned Irom Stf
Louis, wbaro bo has been giving his
personal attontlon to tho selection and
purohait) of a lingo stock of lino and
fancy groceries. His new goods began to
arrivo yesterday, and consists of nil kinds
of teat, coffees, sugars, and a gonnral as
sortmont of family groceries, canned
fruits, nuts, dried fruits, corn, beans
pickles, cranborrlos, tropical fruits, etc.,
etc Al of which was bought for cash
and will be sold for cash only, but very
H. Jones, fashlonablo bootmakor, has
moved into his now houso next to bis old
stand on Commercial nvonun, and niturcs
bis frionds that bo It hotter than ovorpro
pared to satisfy them In tho stylo, stock,
fit, oto., of their boots and shoes. An ovi
doncQ of his ability to satisfy ovorybody
may bo seen in tho fact that ho is crowded
with work, nnd has boen compelled toora
ploy tbroo moro first-clam workmen. II
manufactures every stylo of boots or sbocs
and uses only tho boit of matorlal In all
cssos, whether uniting a cow-htdo shoo
or a pair ofthoflnot Pronch calf boots
Olro him a trial. Uatltfaetlon I. cuaran
Nxw Millinbhy Goods. With com
mendablo ontorprlso, Mrs. M. Swander
has refittod nnd refurnished hor milli
nery storo on Commercial avonuo, and
has laid in a stock of lull and wintor hits,
lionnots, trimmings, llowors, collars and
cuffs, jewelry, and notions of all
torts. These goods aro all new.
fasbionablo and cheap, and cfennot
fail to glvo satisfaction to all lndlos
who will oxamino them. Mrs. Swandor's
storo room li now tho noatost and pleas-
nntcst millinery storo In tho city, and la-
ii.. . , i. i. .
uios who visu u aro niwnvs euro or n
wolcomo from its proprietor and n good
Circuit Coukt. Tbo caso of Howo &
Uubboll, of Cincinnati, against Louis
Horbort, occupied tho time of tho court all
of Thursday afternoon and up to 10 FrI
day morning. This Is a suit brought by
tbo plaintiffs to rocovor somo sovon hun
dred dollars for whisky sold that proved
to bo worthless Mr. Horbort would
not meet tbo littlo bill, and notified tbo
firm to tako away tho whisky. Tho suit
was withdrawn yesterday morning, and
tbls will probably bo tho last of it.
The caso of Waltor Scott vs. William
Scott, for services rendored as bar tondor,
occupied tho timo of tho court for tho ro
malndor of tho day. Tho caso was sub
mllod to tho jury at 4 p. m. After being
out somo timo, thoy awarded tho plaintiff
one nunarod and olgbtoen dollars.
Personal. Mlssos Mollie Wobb nnd
Mattio Williamson loft last night for S
Louis, to visit friends end tho fair. They
will bo absont several weeks.
Mr. William Martin, tho county
treasurorjoft yostorday afternoon for tho
country, to bo absent several days. All
who bold Jury cortlflcatea cun got them
cashed at tbo City National Bank.
Robert Billlngsley relumed yostor
day from bis trip to Jollet. Shorlfl"
Irvln ito;.pod at Springfiold for tho pur
poao of settling bis accounts with the
Mr. R. K. Boyd, one of our bolt shots,
leaves to-day ror Momphis, to try bis skill
at tho pigeon shooting tournament which
comes oll ln that city Woducsday, Thurs
day and Friday of next week.
At tbo St Nicholas we find the fol
lowing among other names rocorded: J
0 Strong nnd wife, Brlln, Wis; Amos
Uavls, Mokauda, III; James Bartholo
mow, Urand Chain, and W II Frazlor,
Tbo following aro among tho most
conspicuous names on tho Dolmonlco
roglstor: K Judson, Cincinnati; e. Cam
eron, Charleston, Mo; .1 M Martin, Bel
knap, III; O I Cox, Clinton, Ky; S A
JHOKUIOS, St .LOUIS.
Among tho most promlnont nrrivals
at tho St Charlos aro A B TreuKol tihl
cago; Ohas W Anderson, Nashvlllo: Ed
waru urown, JUetropollii, Wra A Ross
Vlncennes, J R Joy, St Louis; Dr D Mo
Mnrdhull, Burlincton, Iowa; A H Riling
ton, Jackson, Tcnn.
7JmM - 0I"k. Gonoral manager ;
lormer president; John M.
uug.a., acting president; W. K. Ackor
man, treasurer; L. J iw sunerlntnnH
ent of machinery; J. F. Tucker. r-0nn,.i
trolght agont; T. A. Allcock, socretnry
...n Kenorni manager; all of tho Illinois
vuirai railroad, arrived In Cairo by
Hpeclal train Into Thursday night, and
.limners at Mo at. Charles hotel.
They aro on a tour of Inspection of tbo
road, and leave in their roturn trip tbls
Mattress and furniture Manu-vacturks.-Messrs.
Sogrlst and Har-
man havo openoJ, on Washington avenuo
botwoon Thlrtoonth and Fourteenth
street a shop, whero tbov nronoso lo .In n
kinds of repairing on spring or common
mattrcssos, upholstering, sofas, loungos,
chairs, elo., and also ropalring and ro
varnishlnglfurnituro of all descriptions.
Thoy will sow nnd lay down enrpota and
bang paper. Now mattrosscs and furnl-
turo tnado lo order. Teoy havo como to
Cairo to stay, and respoctfully solicit tho
patronage of tho public. 283-0.2C.ltn
Foil Sale. A good fruit farm. 0110
milo wost of Cobdon station, on tbo I. 0.
U. 1.., and olgbty rods oast of tho Cairo
and St. Louis railroad. Said farm has a
llmo kiln working on it, and contains a
lino bod of llmo rock. Tbo fruit troos lust
coming into boaring, consist of apples,
poars, cborrlos and plums.' Also straw,
berries, raipbcrrlcs. blackborrios. niu
plant, otc. Will bo sold for a small sum
down, balanco on long time Inquire of
J. Limbort, corner Eighteenth street and
Commercial avonuo. or 0. Wintton. Ohio
lovoo, Cairo Illinois l.27-2w
Stoamer Jim Klsk, l'adueah
" Olarksvilte, l'adueah
" Olarktvillo, Memphis
" Vint Shlnklo, Cincinnati
HoATa to Lkayk To-DAY.-Stcanur
Jim Flik, Paducabj T 1 Oracsy, 'Evans-
lllej Susio Silvor, St Louis: Common-
monwealih, Now Orloam; JTuluro City
New Orloans. ,
RtVKn, Wkatiikh and IJusinkss.
The rlvor last ovenlng was 7 feot 9 3-5 in
chos on tho gaugo having fallen ono inch
during tho previous 24 hours. Tho wca-
thor continues bright nnd clonr. Business
All OKIT. HlVKH UKroIlT, )
Oitober !!, 1874. )
General Items The T F Eckort was
to pull a bargo off tbo bank near tbo
Vlnconnoi wharlboat for Oipt Lowrey
yostorday evening, and then drop down
to mo narrow cauaa railroad Iron nllo.
whan alio will bo oncacod for a da v or two
fishing for what romains of thn Iron that
.lld Into tbo river. Hhn In. l-nt .ion
ars yot to got out. The whole number
that slid In was about 1.000 bars.
Tho Clarksvlllo pss.od down llcht to
Memphis, having undergone thorough ro-
paira ai j-auucali.
llio now bargo No. 01 built by Alf
Cutting of Metropolis, for tho Miisiislpl
alley Transportation company, is
aground on tho Grand Chain. Captain
Cutting attemptod to bring it down with
oars, and It got out ol tho channel. Ho
uu uiuup, ujwu n crao, anu was getting
roady to pull it of! whon tho Jim Filk
Tho Paragon was nt Duvil's Islaud yet
lorday whoro she In somo way Injured hor
wboel. It is feared that sho has breken
ber sbalt. If so she will havo to abandon
hor trip, From tho wbarf-mastor's books
wo learn that tho number of arrivals dur
log tbo month of Soptcmbor was as fol
Tow boats 35
Itegliterod barges "0
Total arrivals 2G0
Total tonnago, 89,838 tons.
It will be seen from Iho abovo, that
rlvor bulsneis was exceedingly dull, and
yet tho lonna-ro wat largely In excess of
the froight bandied. It would have
takon 12 trains dally of 25 cars etch to
have represented tbo abovo topnago.
Max JvUehnk, tho organ builder, I
roidy at any timo to tune and repal
pianos and molodenns. You may safely
trust your instruments to his care j you
win not bo decoived.
a iic or. v.) .kles iioikl lias sovcra
ploasant rooms on tho uppjr floor, sultn
bio for gontlomon, that can 5o secured fo
tho wintor, with board, nt vory rcasonabl
For Salb Buoov. Vo desiro to soil
a splondid buggy almo.4 now. Wo will
soil it at a groat sacrifice. Porsons dosir
log a good bargain In n buggy bnvo now
nn opportunity to obtain ono.
Sciienck's Pulmonic Sybup For the
cure of consumption, coughs nnd cold
Tbo great vlrtuoln tbls medicino Is that it
ripons tho matter and throws It out of th
system, purifies tho blood, and thus oflocti
oulntHCKU BEA WEED TONIC, KOR Til
1HRK OV DTSfEMIA. INDlQEbTION. AC.
The tonlo produces n hoalthy action ot
tho stomach, croatlng an appetito, forming
cbylo, and curing tbo most obstlnato cases
oCHENCKs Mandrake Pills ior tii
Cure or Liver Complaint, &c
inoso pills aro altorativo, and produco
a neaiioy action of tho livor without ih
least dangor, as thoy aro froo from cal
omol, nnd yet moro edacious in restoring
a Healthy action of tho livor.
ineso romedios aro a corlaln euro for
Consumpton, as tbo Pulmonic Syrup
nponB tno manor and purifies tho blood
Tho Mandrako Pills act upon tbo livor
create a healthy bilo, and romovo all dls
oasos of tho liver, often n caus
01 uonsumni on. Thn k.
Wood Tonic glvrs tono and
sirungin to mo stomach, makes a good
digestion, and enables tbo organs to form
good blood; and thus creates a health v
circulation 01 ucailby blood. Tbo com
bincd action of these medicines, as thus
.1 , .. . , -
oxpminod, will euro ovory caso of Con
sumption, ir taken in timo, and tho uso of
tuo modlcinos prosoryod in.
Mr. BcnonCK Is nrnfraalnnnll v ni 1,1.
principal olllco. cornor Hlxth
Sts., Pblladolphla. OVOrV AlolltlfltV. wh.ra
mi icnora ior auvico must be addressed
Schonck's medlcinos for salo by Druggists
B. F. PARKER,
(Suoccssor to Parker & Hlako,)
PAINTS & OILS
Aud tho celebrated Illuminating
Ilross' Building, 11th St.& Oomorcial Ay.
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONPiin.
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE
Do ni t liny old candies,
summer sum aro i-tnio, ciaiinniK
o to your woiL'hl. Every box
net, or G ounces over live pounds. Kmriombcr the placo
Corner 8th St. and
Tho Only Place in tho City whore You
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TflllNRY k CHlIKSELOll AT LAW
Offllcc Oor Klrst .'Jntlorml Hank. H-lMw
William 0. Muikcy.
Glllico: Eluhth strcot bctwjcn C'nmmor
clat nnd wnsbinztmi aenuca 5-14-tf,
GREEN & GILBERT,
milNSHr.ORS AT ,AW
William 11. Green, 1
William II. Gilbert, ,
silica V. Gilbert, I
rjr.-pe.-lal ntt -ttlnn given lo Admiralty
miii Menu -Jt l)iiiilncs.
Ohio Levee, Honins .'
Cltr National 11 ink
an J 8 ove
T. J. KERTH,
BEERWART. ORTH &, CO.
Manufacturer and Jobber of
TIN, SHEKT IRON and COPPKIt
Water Cooler-, Win- Cloth for Wld-
dow Scrue!ia,Ju.iticil Ware,
Cutlring and Job Wor
MADE A SPECIALITY.
Agent lor tbo
Garry Iron Roofing Co
'lhe hct Iron Hoofing In tho Market
Abroad will Receive
one with Dispatch and Wairau
rk dtoclvo Satisfaction.
The uModal for Progress."
At Vlciino.l 1878.'
The Highest Ordor ofj;Moilal I Awardod
nt lm 1 ' x. I a I
NO SEWING MACHINE RECEIVED A
A I'EW (lOOirHL'ASONH:
1. A Now Invention tbornuirlilv in.in.i
mil H'curcd by Lottcra Patent.
n r?iIaM M l'li,tV1K1?,T ,I'?k stltch "Hko
v w w n riuvci wii oil aiiiusui KUUUBaj
.''-Runs Light, binooth, Noiseless, and
.t.,n.. wLn, uuiiiiiiiuiiuii ui tjumiucs.
I. Durable llnnH Inr vr-,na i, ln,...
b. Will do all vuilllmnr U'nfL-...i i.
Stltehjng in ii .Superior manner.
(i -Ih most ciilsly iimimgod by tbo opera,
tor Length tit s lie h mv m nUnr. ,
ruiinlng.and tuaehlno can bethroadod with,
out pasalng thread througli holos.
7' DcIkii Hlmplo, luguiilons, Elocaiit.
forming tho lltcli without tho uso of Co'i
Wlieel Clears, ltotarv Cams or Lever Arms
Has tho Autoiuutlu Ilron Vi 'Oil. Writ nli I..
suroninlfonii length of stitch ntanyspecod"
Has our new Threud Controller, u-i.i.i, Zi
lows ensy movriuent of noedlcbar ami
prevents injury to thread.
8. (Joustiuctlon mntt narnlnl
isbed. it In maniitactuiod bv ilm mn., i;
tul an I experienced inachanlna. m i.
bratcd Ekminoton Aiimorv, Imov. v v"
Obicago Oillcc, 237 State Street. '
A NEW IMPROVED
Mil Sin Mffil,
iji i a ijuiu iui; I luniu till
IS SELLING 20 PER
tluit lmve been kept over iho
Homo iiiamifiH'fiirn Alm
ouylit to contain ilvn unnnfla
can got a Comploto Assortment.
I d.Or'OMMF.IICI.L AV
J EM EP. I,. Wll-.
I.UM3. Denllat. ban nhVHVn on.
and n freih tupply of Miro Oxldu or
,ailirh iur Ga. ieelli i-.tracteil at. nil
hours, day and night U-17-tI
no at h i oiti:rt
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE 3100 K i
And Dealer in
So. 7C Ohio Lcvcc, CAIRO, ILLS
C57"&pcclal attention clvcn to consign
ments and lllllni; orders. ll.'i tl
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
2Vo. IIO Oliio Ziovo
RoW. Wood & Co
FoiintnliiH, ViiCK, AnlmnlD. Iron HIalrn,
Lamp.Poals Slablo Fltttng.1,
JAST. WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
Concert and Lecture. Hall..
And a General Acsortmont of Orna
montal Iron Work
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
THE FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL
SESSION of Studies In tbo
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Will begin on
MONDAV, SL'PTL'MllL'U "III, 1S71
For Prospectus, giving lorms, instruc
tions to paronts, iVc, Ac, apply to or
REV. JOS. O. ZEALAND, S. J.,
St. Louis Unlvorslty, SI. Louis, Mo.
M. R. KUEHNlf
COR.13TH AND WALNUT STREET
llo it CCS.
IOE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Who loualo and ltotall Dealers In
PURE LAKE 10B,
Cairo, nols, and Columbus. Kontuckv
Cairo olllco nt Ilnlnn u-iiu...
Twoinbttrcctana Ohio lovcc. ' "
Wuwill run nn lr. u n. .
Season, delivering pure Inko Ico in uny pu
With Ico by Iho eake or car load, packed 1
aw dut, for blilpiuont to uny distance.
Wood Cofllns. Caxkets and Vntalln r.0
Irom i?l to 76, at WIIcox'h Illock. east side
of yashlngton nvonuo, between Tenth, and
VI Villi Dtl ECKi