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THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
$100,000
Owe mn.
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h'xehango, Coin nnd United atatcs
Jioncm nought and Sold.
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Enterprise Savings
BANK.
ciiaht:hi:d maucii 21. ihbu
UJ'l'V NATIONAL UANlf.CAIHO
orricau
A II SA J-'KOUK, 1-iral.l.ut
M S I WI.OU, Vice ITfaidriit
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Mui.iri.ttn, 1'ai'L ii snaii,
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J. M 1'IIILLII-. .
I S I I.HKS I' ialJ 1111 iIi jhiMU ul the rat- i.l
.1 iM'rrrnt H-run!iu:ii, .Mun li lit un.J ntiiinn
r lit lutivit nut wltli.Jruwii Ii 1,1,1 limn,
Lnttly In Hi irinciil ur Id ilrii.Mlt, tlirrthr
ilvinir ilirin ciiiniibuml liiliiil
Married Womon and Children may
Dopoiiit Monoy und no ono
ulrio can draw it.
tjiu th- liiiliiriijil.y Tram'to m t 1 i in
u t . I 1 y rt.limo tilt tul lliva itrlKialla OlilF
mint loso'rlii. L
W, UYaLOH.Tren.urer.
I'AI.N'T AM) OILS.
Blake Co.
Hi r -or III
H. F. PARKER,
IJ.alir In -
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Papor, Window Uluan, Win
Uow Hhudou, km.
A1MT on Intnl. ILi- n lrliratnl llliiinmatiu
AI'ltOICA OIL.
'Jtxxt.Xclxi.K.
Uoriiar KloveiitU Stie.it ami
ton Avunuu
WnalilUR
lVAtJO.NK.
The Gamble Wagon
CAino, xx,Xii2rozs
MANUKACIUIIKII nv
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
rUK BEST and CHEAPEST WJQ0N MAN
0FACT0RED1
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Noar Thii th-Fourth atreot
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
I (LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
Wuiml'ucturua Ills own Horae Shoos anil
tun Auhuio Uooil Work.
PATRONAGE SOLICITED
I in
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
PiniiiMnr,
HINDKIi ANI BLANK 1100k
MANIIFACTUHEK,'
Bnllotll) BulUtlnv, Cor. Twelfth Btrxnt
uliil WaahiuKtou Avcuut,
OmIvo, XlllUOlM
Il"('ininl7 ml lUllrnmUVnrU; SpecUlly
VOL. S,
PlffRlflANM.
yiLI.IAM R. HMIT1T; M. U.
ItKMIDKNCK No ill 1 lililM-nlb slreH, be
twirn WmliliiKlou artiiue aud VTatuul tttrM
OKKIt'K North side of EUhtli trrt U
tmn Colnnii rrUI null Washington f nil.
0
W. DUNNIKO, K. 1).
ItKSIIlKNCK!
Corner Ninth tint Wattiu
streets.
OKMCKi CoriirTidtli stint nJ Ohio txr.
omCK HOURS: Kruinlia rii. Win., and
Iruiii lii x p. iii.
I.AWYKKN.
JOHN H. MULKKY,
Attorney at Law.
UAIItO, ILLINOIS.
OrriCIC i MrraldMir On'Mum Strut, be-
wra-n .rt-iiinjciun HTvnne sua tvttinw .M.
ItKNTINTKY.
j-)R. U, H. CANINE,
DENTIST. .
omK ami iti:sini.Nci:i KiKiuii Htm i
bHwwn H'nOilnalon nml nmnwrrUI Avtnne
wlf CUllO. II.I
It Ml. :STATH As.KNT.
JOHN Q. HARMAN &
CO
Real Estate
HOUSE A-G-BItfTS
COLLECTORB.
JON VKYANCKU8, NOTAKIES PUBLIC
t.nlid AkuU of tho Illinois Ctitrl HtiJ
uuriiUKUiu ana uuuicy it. K.
CouuanleN,
North
Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lavae,
OAIRO. ILLINOIS,
I.IUI'OK IirAl.tlKN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholrtal an.l Krlill Dral.rs in
Foreign and Domostio
W I.M.S OF ALL IC1NIIM,
No. 60 Ohio Levoe,
CAIHO, ILLS.
MKSSU' SfUYTU A C4. I,ve lomUntly
k lam atul'k uf tlir laat ltIi III Iliu mar.
kit, Kill) Kltn:i.l ttntioll tOltl "liolaaul.
iwiirn in inTtii4infc
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slate Hoofers,
H oollnK nnd anttoi itiK a Specialty
Shite Roofiing u Speoitilty in
any part of Southern
Lightning RodH, Pumpa, StoveH
and Tinwaro.
Jobuluu Promptly Doue.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
tin- . mini ttlil
MUSTANG
LINIMENT,
Which httB stood tho tost of 40
Yoars.
Thoro is no soro it will not Hoal,
no LamonoHs it will not Cure, no
Aeho, no l'ain, that Afllicts tho Hu
man body, or tho body of a Ilorso
or othor Domostio animal, that
doou not yield to its magio touoh.
A bottlo costinK 25o., 50o. or$l
has often saved tho lifo of a Iluman
Doing, nnd Restored to Lifo and
Usefulness Many n Valnnblo
Ilorso.
Ii)-iil-ilw-1y.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
ANU
Dealer m Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Dtitwtiun WiishiuiftoD ncl Ooiuuarolal
Avcinuea, udjolninif Hauny'a,
'r"KKI'S fur th tli U.t lint, Turk, Uullou
XX Vial, IjiihIi. hmiauge, Ac,, ud in pre
nrjail Ir itv' liiiulllfa In mi iwyntiitilp inxniicr
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L. D
Alsia . Co.,
Urali'U In
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
106CommercilAveauo, . - . CAIRO, ILLS,
f?1l'0,' '"VorliiK in with their uatroiiiv
Wrt.at tMittoni inlira, Id'U wlv.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1870.
3ft. t uUttitt.
A FRIGHT ON THE MISSISSIPPI.
Wo vre mi Imunl tlio Slioollng Stir,
niiiiilnK dovn Die vmI rlvrr fiotu Cairo lo
Spw Orlraiit. In that great glam-uoiW of
.1 stoatner wo liail imstcil ChlcUiaw lllul)',
Mciuphla, nrclioo Iteiul, Napoleon.
TuiiiikliiKtf, ami a liol ol other iavvr.
wiicre our wood nppy wa tuiublecl In
with the usual roll ami )utnlitc, ami from
ull of which w had rncclvotl Imiiinicratiln
roiiKn in it, or cotton, with tho Hhllu rititf
Hiowlng through the coarse hrown Hacking,
h o nan more than a thotinnml mlle to
rtui on thl-t-roat rhcr, which, rtf -vat
inwioff the wlRhty Mlntourl. the hroatl
Ohio, the Arkanna-, ami ICetJ Hlven.runUei
rorward with all It watery woalth, to caat
ltloroti.2bctitBiittioiia homage Into the
ocean.
Thu Innumerable Main), ami -and-baw,
the "cttt-oiV or artlllclal channel-, the
wrccki oriteamcr, and the wood nation-,
had fnrnUhed lit every miimeiit with aomc.
thing to wonder at, and the cottotMleldn on
liore had delighted u wllh their counllein
blsotiia. The pranka ol the merry -lacn
at the landing., nnd the manner and hear
ing ot the ilch planter-, had Kit en tin pli n.
ty to ee and think ahotit. Moreover, we
had an adventure at Napoleon the day he
lore, which et mo thinking on the icml
civilization or America, but a. the frrcat
iler) War wa on thu point of breaking
out, It wi nccary to keep guard on your
tongue, unlfi- you wanted u revolver at
your head, ami to deiuit not In neacc. but
In plt'cea.
Iiwat getting dii'k, and land mt trav
eling chum, Capt. Hiram Ileverldge, were
ctllng on the hlgbcit of the three deck
oi the Shooting f-tar, (hipping tangaree and
fimtikliig.and with our ieet neartho Itinnrl,
torn wax an October evening, and celling
hilly. (Jii tlii, lofty platform, covered with
Mieetleudon account ot the constant wood
p.rkn from the runnel, we collogutd about
tcatnboat racing, listened to the Hgnal
cicanii ot atiproachlng htpamcr, and
matched the (pecks of light on Ibn baulc
that told ot approaching wooding stations.
Myirlend lleterldgu was nn old whaling
captain from Mnntai buketta w ho wa on hl
road to consult u New Orlcan. phyilclan
about the abce.. which he had In Iliu hip,
and which it uas (ilppo-i-d would require
an immediate operation. A thorough spec.
Itnen of ) unkce he wa, dead agalnt
lacry, auu with a wonderful budget of
ea yarn-. Our talk tbU evening, however,
waa nn aiioui me teene at .Vaiioleou. At
.Memphis wo had taken on board hair a
dofti card-hariiern, and among Ihciiialuw
Irunkco master engineer, whom they ap.
r..ra I. l.-vu alrlij.cd M "I.Uu.l l.ooWwr
rut latter wan ery noUey all day. and
when he came to Napoleon, hi dettlnatton,
refu-edtogoon ,hore. our captain and
mate, angry at the detention of the -teaui-
r, alter try ln coarliu:, arirtniicnt and
threat, at la-t grappled him and bundled
dm on fbore, to the greatest amtl-emcnt of
allthe pairtiger. The fttugle tobered
the man for a wjiiicnt, but jiiit a the
shore-rope wai let go the ill-condllloiird
fellow, steadying hliukell agaln-t tLr land-inif-nage,
whipped u toolvcr out of lilt
walst-belfand let lly a bullet at u-, I never
eaw such a slght.belorc as the ruce round
me ai the bullet whized pat the funnel;
every cbeek In a moment turned while.
mid some twenty reiolver- flew out and
pointed dead at the angry man, whose
-ccond barrel had inl-sej tire. Another
moment, and half a dozen black fellowa
from a cotton dry threw themselves upon
huu mid tumbled over In a .eramblliiL-
heap,
lly all that's sacred," uld Ileverldge lo
me with clinched teeth, and his pl-tol wu
not lar oil', -If that bullet had hit any one,
by the ky abave us we've have strung that
kunk on that cotton-wood tret- In a brace
ol necoiidn. It is well for bis wile aiid
liildtcuihuthcllrcd faUe."
Ilclow us there wa- euchre, and illrtlug.
nut eating, and the -iihihI or piano, harp.
inil cornet, as If a dance was getting up
liter tea, and the sparks were (prlnkllng
town in their uual agreeable wav on the
half open cotton balet, as wo swept on past
be green wooded banks.
Presently, as thu llrst ttiir sparkled out
wl'h a good-humoured twinkle at tho big.
struggling, Mtllerlng world and the mighty
river, Ileverldge who had been every,
where ami several places beMe, became
suddenly great over Ji'h second Jlanllla
about an uncomfortable night he had onco
spent In Paraguay. I must qhorlcu tho
stoy hero, but HUlllcIcnt to say that hunt-
lug a tiger In a swamp, and his gnu getting
imp, ho wusilrhcn up ii tree, wheru he
had to pend the night. Sevcial other
tlgerhgrndunlly Joined his .pcelal enemy,
aud all night they were climbing, trylnz to
getathlm. A dozen times ho beat them
dow n with the bull end of his gun, and
several times with kicks ot hi? heavy boots.
once nu got mticnjnst above the anklei
but, uevcrtliolens, though bleeding and ex
hausted, he managed to defend hl pot till
it iia light his son ami a friend found him
out by his shout, nml carried him to Par
aguay, r or twenty yard up, he mid, the
tree wux striped with tlgeiV claws. II Is old
ami first enemy was found dead in a lagoon
loso by. llcerldge, as ho finished his
toiy, pulled up his stocking and showed
me the scar of tho bite. It was rather dull,
and looked to uio uu.-ommoiily like a chil
blain, but for all that I never believed a
story so Intensely In my fe,
o you swallow, captain," I said, "llui
old stories about enthusiastic passengers
throwing I heir whole cargo of bam. Into
the furnace o! racing Ms,slpp fteaiu.
hoati"
')o I liMleve it, colonel.'" (he would call
j me colonel, although I had repeatedly as-
miicu niiu wiin tears in my ejes iuai i
never thought or such a proles. Ion), "Do I
bclleteirr Well, I guess I ratlu-r do, con
sidering I've seen it dune, not once, but
twenty times, aud was blown up, tos, Im
mediately alter, ju-t beuuel III); HlacL
Itlvet: but I was caught In A coltr.ii.uiMi.l
tire, with both my boots blow oil. it ,vu,
a near go."
1 agreed with htm.
"And what was worse. I bad taken twen
ty dollar on a bet that wegolMuto Vicks
burg hair an hour before the I I) in,' Dutch
man. Thsy dou't race o luuch now unles
a new line starts. Hut still It l rl'kj Ibe
cotton often catches lire, and ir the) 're be
hind time, and there are many net. on
about the run, they pile on the wood and
blow you to bl.i7es."
"Kxcltablo people you are," -aid I, r(.(.
ing rather t hilly.
"Whll we do put on the steam. Hut then
we're a young country; we haven't got
sight or Cape Horn yet, and wo'e got to
make the running.'
"And you don't think much or the value
or life, like our friend at Napnlcotu"
"It won't pay In a youna country. A
mail wlis'i going up the breach has no time
to think of life Insurance. Wu leave tlicni
to tb old couutrlc.s, ami wo push on. Let
the firca'crs look out we'ro coming
Hut .Ionian's a long road to trut d .
Colonel, piss the cigars. We've no time
for thinking lu this young country, and
It's all the better for ll, for I tell you, If wo
.Northerners stopped to think about slavery
before you could say, 'Tom Medtlcot,' wr
should be; at tho throats of those darned
nigger drlvr.''
It was getting darker, and I could hardly
cee the Hghtcibtip eyes of the angry North
erner, when suddenly, In a lull or the dark,
deep down In the funnel round which we
sat In pleasant amity, a luang roar ne
with a gush that struck us with terror.
Ileverldge, an old sailor and steamboat
captain, whom I relied upon for thorough
knowledge or the ways of thesclboaU. f tint-
down his chair, andleapcd up.
"We are blown up!" he cried, "throw
yourelf overboard'." and be flew to tho
balustrade that shut In the deck, i fol
lowed him quick as light, and I honestly
confess thut In that moment of panic I he.
Ileved that 1 saw the deck nddenly giiio
and part between us. Hut like lightning
reason returned. I saw he did not leap,
and looked reassured, and I waited till he
recovered his breath.
.ni'ii ,, -. i .
- nan, K"l'cu ue, sun noioing on
"that s a rkeer II I ever had one, I thought
we were blown up, but It was only our
night signal for that steamer that's coming
round the bend. There! I could him
sworn nn siiouiu nave oceu in tne air or
water In another minute. J guess I'm not
so steady In my nerves as I was before my
Illness yet I've seen danger, too, and
witched many a face prow white In death
I'le had my day, but I thank the Lord that
lie's not struck my name oil to-night, tor
I've got to scrape lome dollars together
still fnr the old women and the children,
and allcr that what -ea washes me over is
no great mattler.'
With all his exru;k'nratl.iin the l upi.ilii
was a good lelluw, and but for h! sudden
right, I nattered myself I should not hae
broken down so badly. 1 had been otteti
In danger and peril, wllh a lew minutes ap-
p.irrntly between iny-eir and death, but I
honestly coolers I never before felt heart
aud brain -liakeii mi completely, fur an In
stant, fiout their scats the peril -ocms so
horribly uddeu the danger n innpcr
ab!e.
I I'ettslnly was skceld,"ruld the cap-
tain, that night over a quiet game of cards,
"but, never mlud, It Isiny thin conviction,
and you m.iik It In your private diary and
'lgn It Hiram Ileverldge, Salem, Ma's., that
lf my settled opinion that when ono of
these dallied barley-sugar boats blow, to
Hinders, the only thing, and best thing,
whateeryou may be in the vessel, it to
jump headlong Into the liver, lor. alter all,
sinking right away Is a darned deal better
any day than being scalded to death like a
black beetlu lir.st and then drowned after
wards, irweold sea.farlng men, c ee,
don't get some chips like thl. or observi
tlon to their porridge, what (In the rams
ot blue blades) Is the use of knocking about
ut all" (London Oraphle.
WESTERN TEXAS.
Sloping Frairios Dodoekcd with
Flowers, jwergroon Groves,
Hanging Vines, Etc.
Miaini-biirg (Ohio) llutlrlin
We hac Just completed an cxtcudtd lour
of WesUm Texns, and a few notes on the
subject may provo of Interest. The western
district Is bounded by tho Colorado and
lllo (Jrande. Attractive us Is thu central
portion ol tho State, this vast region, not
yet penetrated by railroads, and Jut com
ing Into i:otlco, is scarcely les so. Its area
is immense; its rivers numerous; Its
pastures boundless. This it especially tho
homo of the Texan. Here Ills ast herds
ca:i roam and fatten. While everywhere
lu Texas stock-raising can bo made profit
able, no other part can afford so many ad.
vantages, combined lor that purpoe, as
this, Western Texas Is in ieod a lovely re
gion. Her landscapes tempt tlio painter's
art, Oltcn grand und sublime, ami wildly
romantic, but mostly ol a peaceful aepec?
of quiet, subdued beauty, of sloping
prairies bedecked wllh Howers, evergreen
groves with hanging Uucs, all enlivened
wllh farms, lowing herds und bleating
flocks, they strotch out with varying lowli
ness, over und aboyu which tlio sun shines
by day from clear, soft skies, and tho moon
elillvcrs nil by night, lint Wcstorn Texas
Is as full of romance, aud historic legends
as of plctilie.squo streams and landscapes.
s tatly as the eou'utccntli contun llui
Latin races sought to plant tho Cross here
In HUH Spaliiiippiilnli'da (luiernorand sent
lioopi to sustain his uiiiliorll).
San Antonio was foundod lu i;:i:), It
stands ou ibe banks ol a lovely river of tb"
same name, wlme waters Mill roll seaward
as beautifully as when Ur t they.catltalcd
the Spaniard, Near by are witnesses ol nu
Imperishable, past, drey old walls, urns'
coveted towers, over-grown roofs of mis
sions, cathedrals, churches, mnnu.tcrles
and nunnorli's, all ul' tbem citadel- ami
loll, as well us pieces ol Instruction ami
worship, Though tbe mass Is not now
chanted within tbofc walls, nor canijon
pointed from their port, nor mii'l.c f from
their loops, they chronicle etents tha'
bae been uirscd Into American hearts
wllh iiolnla or steel. Who has forgotten
wbo can lorget-thi' Alamo; t'rockett,
Travis, and their brae comrades, not one
of, whom craped the tcngeauce ot the
Mexican y Hut what did thl. avail fpon
that race a shadow has arlen that -ball
deepen time rolls on until It shall be cv
Hint, So far, Hoiilhcriiers have shaped the drs
tiny or the Lone sb-ir; and tho South may
well be proud of such a dlate. As uni
passes through Its bounds ho can foresee,
with admiration, wonderful results. Nc
where can the wonderful superiority of thu
Anglo-Saxon be better realized. Amid the
ruins of this race that Is pa-slng awav, the
American', assisted by Ibe ((ruian, Is or
ganizing u permanent i mplte. u,
llw, for Ihr VIi-m,
a good paying liusnc nnd stand on
Klglitli street, between Washington ami
commercial avenues, for ali at :i bar-
sT-Hn. or further particulars. Inquire nt
tlil oillce. :t-2btl
Kiiilirolilrrles.
A lieaullful Hue of new einluohlerics
Just received by the reconizid "etnlirold-
eryliotise''iirCalro-.l. Itiirger A Co.
:i-21-tf
I'orona Ilnarr
Thirty years no the Ittibbcr Poitma
Plasters Miperseiieil all other plasters,
mid to a degree, liniments anil other ex
ternal remedies. .Since then It lias held
Its prominence, until recently, when thu
old rubber compound lias been jtreatly
Improved In Itctieon's Cnpclne I'orouo
Plaster, In various ways.
First, lly n (renting Hie rubber that
It contains more electrleitv tlinu form
erly. .Second. Jtv the nildlllon of ejinclm. n
powerful slimuhiiit, which eaues the
iiMster to act Itninedlatelj and great I v
Increases it ellleaey and nscliiluesi.
inaMliL' It the bimt remf.,U- L'tir .wit ftf
colds, rlietiniatlsiii, lanieness of tho back
and ; mueles, kidney complaint, etc.
' iimiiiiiiiciiiriTSi are pica-cd to near
t hat there Is a largo class ot'eonscicntloin
"imsis. who, uiiving Heroine eon
vlneed of the great merit of Henson's
Cnpc no Plaster, tiiilicsltatinirlv reeoin-
menu U to the public. Of such are K.
wh.oT: N,i"vr.,; t'harles
A . l liani ind M. M. Cook, llrook.
iv!' ..i ';,tif"iim'r. I.lntls -
n?'i ('"l,,"v.' "'J-t Itoberl Powers,
llieliinotiil, V,,.; K.J, wftl.,r) New 0
leans, La., Gulllck it llerry, Terre Haute
urn., w i say "ine results irotn the
sales ol Heiison's Capclne l'later. here
(lerre Haute) lias convinced us that it
I-i.u .-npiTiur mi ordinary rorous i Mas
ter," nnd W. T. Weber, Sprlngtlehl,
Mass.. wlioMy.,"tlieyfeeiiitoeonstitute
an nilvertlslng inedlnni of themselves
when Introduced, steuil ine four cross
Immediately." 6
The manufacturers aNo regret to learn
that druggists, In some Instances, noting
from pecuniary mntlvos, (is though U.
ri'lall pilro ot lieneon's Cajiclne N tlio
sanif as ordinary Porou? Plasters, the
eot to them U soiuowhat higher, have
used their Influence to persuade custo
mers who ak for neiison'n Capcino to
substitute some other article tor them.
He Mire you gut llenson' Capcino
ami no other article for them, l'.e sure
you get llctisoirs Ciipclne and no oilier.
Price, 2.1 cents.
.Scnliurv A- .loliiisnn. 1 1 t i-i 1 1 1 1 1 1 r I I
CliemUts", N. V. To bo obtained, for
iweiiiy-uve cent, ot ifnreiny ro ('alio
Illinois.
2-lP-ltn ilAw-Ci)
Tllillllisi
ll'lllll Kir
Henri
llepilia
Wr.i.i
INUION, 1,1)111 IN Cll.
August 21, I.S7I
I
llr i: .
I'ince, lliillalu, New VmL:
.Slit l our IllCdielues, liolilen
Klscoverv. I )r. Sul'ii'h Catarrh
I 'Kill
Medical
liemcdy have proved of tho greatest ser
vice to inc. Six mouths nio no one
thought that I could possibly live long.
1 Inula complication ot diseases scrofula,
manil'estlno' Itself lu emotions nnd ereat
blotches on my head that made, such
sores that I could not have my hair
combed without causing me much suller
Ing ; also causing swollen glands, tonsils
enlarged, enlarged or "thick neck," and
large and numerous bolls, ulsosullered
from iiterrlblu chronic. catarrh, and in fact
i was ,o diseased that lite was a burden
to me. I had tried many doctors with no
benellt. I dually procured onc half dozen
bottles ofyour liulden .Medical I icoverv
aud one doen Sase's Catarrh
i'eiuedy and coinmeiieed their
Use. At first I was badly dN
couraged, hut alter taking four bottles of
tho Discovery I began to Improve, and
when I had taken the remaining I was
well. In addition to the use of Discovery
applied a .solution of lotlluu to the
goltru or thick neck, as you atlvlse In
pamphlet wrapping, anil It entirely dis
appeared. Your Discovery Is certainly
the most wonderiul blood medicine ever
Invented. I thank God aud you, limn
the depths of my heart, for the great
food it has done inc.
cry gratefully, Mus. I.. Cu.i i i:i:.
Most luedlcenes which me advertised
as blood nurlllcrs nml liver medicines
contain either mercury, lu omo form, or
potassium titul Iodine variously combined.
All of these agents have strong tendency
to break down tho blood cnriiiisclc. au'd
debilitate anil otherwise permanently In
jure thu human system, ami should there-
lore lie discarded. Dr. Pierce's
olden .Medical Discovery. on
tho other hand, being composed
ot the Ihild extracts of native plants,
barks anil roots, will lu no case produce
hilury.lts elloets hehig ntfenntlieniii" and
curative, only. Sars.iparllla, which used
to enjoy quite, a reputation as a blood
purlllcr, is it remedy ol thiity years ago,
ami may well give place aa It Is doing, to
the more positive and valuable vegetable
alternatives which later medical hivesti
tlou and discovery has brought to light,
lu Scrofula or King's Kvll, White Swel
lings, l.'leers, Kryslpelas, Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous tull.imatlons, Indolent
in nma on. .nciouriai aiicct on. Old
Sores, Eruptions of the HUln anil Soro
I'...., . t.. ,.ii ,,ii,.,.. i.i.i .ii ii..
I'.VIM US III till OillV'l lllllllll llll':S'S- I ir.
Pierce's Golden Mcillo.il Dl cuuii bus
shown llsgie.il tenii'illal poweis, ciirying
Hie most obstinate nml Intractable ei'isc,
Solil by ull ilcalers In medicines.
(',)-:i-2vlv.ihw.
- - .
II.uhn's.Mjiii.s'oi.ia II.ii.m nreservesaud
restores the eoiuplexlou ; removes fieck- i
Ii'". tan and sallow'tics : makes the skin I
poll, white and dellcnle. Its application !
cannot bo detected. It-lli ihtwly. i
I
I.Viin's hilllillioN liKil.o-' bealllllltl. '
;lossy, luxui hint hair; prcvenls Its fall-;
in; out or tiiriiluir lrrav. It luu stood the
tet of 10 years. Is ehnriuliigly perl'uuieil,
iiibl hi no rival.
.1 UMIAWly
' NO. SO.
VAHIKl V NTOHi:.
Wew-York Store
WHOt.KSALK AND RKTAIL.
XsTtX-KOSt
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Comiunrolal Av.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
C. 0. PATIER & CO,
I.N'SI!ltA."i:.
C N. HUGHES,
(ii-in nil
Insurance Agent
OmCK;
OXXXO ZiUVXlB,
Unr ilatbuss & Ult's.
Nd1""
Hrst-;js Conqiaiilis
rcprt
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED 1858.
S AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CANDEfc,
tirDrral -
Insurance Agents
73 OHIO I.EVEE,
City National lank Butldhijf, up-stalra.
The Oldest KatHbltahed Auenoy In South
era IllluolH, repreaenllnif ov-r
( SttS OOP OQQ
'4MHINSIO. MI:nIIAM!i.
K I
Aj-rn,
AYRES
.4 I. ATim
Sc. CO.
And Kcn.ral
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEf.
P. CUHL,
r.Miusiii
Plour Merchant
. 1 1
Millers' Agent
Nu so oliii, ...
. (, CAIRO, lLMiNOIH.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
ltalir l
LUMBER,
All Mini, bant ami eon,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &e.
Mill aud Yard,
2ornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Ohio Lovoo.
wiiom:s,o,i: HiM i:itN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-Ami
Commission Merchants
AUKNTS AIJKIIIOAN POWDUn CO
57 Ohio Lovoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
I K ulil In
BOAT STORES,
Oommi.(;2ian Merchant,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'rX'tALutli'iiilni Kin ii to rniisiiimi ills uml
1 s '
illlini: oril'ia
WOMAN'S
CURATIVE INSTITUTE,
Mo, Hi t N. 1 lib Stit,fil,LoiiU,
Mis ll I, IT., M, (In iliuir).
Aliiile uieoiiimiidatiniisiiinl Ircaliiieill. Only
.Irnot lor iiiliibi cry vuliiablflls'l'li,s. rrumpl
ciuiuif Piles. Illst uin itliiiii i.ifl X llsrsj-
EiiHiimtrrd lijte innilnulc. for circular,
let Mllip l-'K-ibtWlIll
COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO ILL1
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSt?4&JBonANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowlislsrsl by all voml Mjslrlans Ui tie ttie
In'St l'lann now inaile,
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sold over 400 during
twelve years past, becoming more ami more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORiiAN,
Splendid tone. Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A veiy tlno Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental as well as vocal mii'lc,
At.l. Till: AIIOVK AUK OKKKICK.U ON'
Kasy .Monthly Payments, at low llRtires
regardless of List Prices.
SHEET MUSIC
lu gre'it variety, Including all the new
and popular music nt the day.
Orders from the Country
promptly tilled and ent
by malt.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACrOItDEONS.
CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS
TAMBORINES
t-'UKNt'll HAltPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Puii'.ishtd to Older.
STHIHOB h'OK V10LIN3, OUITAK8, ETC
(it the tlest duality.
Classical Studies anil Exercises
()f all cr.ides for Piano or Voice.
TIT" Kverv ileacrlntloii ul Viiali.al M.,.
chuinlle fuiuished to order, promptly and
"i iniccs inner i ii ii 1 1 ever oucioii neiore.
lil'.SI.'V ALSO (K
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send lor Illustrated Catalogue and Price
l.lst of these beautiful troupe.
All (foods Warranted as Keprsieniad1
Address,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo. IlllnolH.
s'OAI..
Coal Coal
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
a:u
PEYTONA CANNEL
GOAL!
OrdorB for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogshoadu, for shipment,
sromptly attondod to.
ISr'l'o largo consumors and all
aaunutucturora, wo aro prepared
io flupply any quantity, by tho
aionth or yoar, at uniform ratCH.
CAIRO CITV COAL COMPANY.
CJ-llalllilsy Uro 'soffice, No. 70 Olile t cm'
tt-llairiday Hm ' wtiarfboat.
EJ-At Kimitlun Mills, or
IJ-M the Coal Dump, foot of Tulity-KlKht
trivt
Ol'ot Offlce Drawer. WW.
PRAIRIE LANDS.
'I be Inst chante fiirinioil iirrliulttiiiil lumls on
IVn Vkaus' Chuiii. si Si I'kh ce.vr Intiiesl.
I'nii't nm anviisks, ImtKO la couiiliy that has
been prowl in lieKOO'l- nmi! nr aililress by
ImisIiiI rnnl I" Ijoi" forn'r II. AU.lt. It. ,
PiiilliiUliin. Iowa, nml imiinfti roiiyof fowu
nnd .VVIinuka KiirmiT, llli cniirt or Units, and
low loiimt trip rules. n.'js.wini.
. L . -i-S - . J .' .
(WasaaaaaTTlixi
diauava. maiL.nnmuu
UNIONS, OUTf.'BlllIWi, OMIL.'
.win, ULsams, URa:H, etc.
unuaumais sBi.vawaaaa. rr.it..
Tirua'sa a co., isirxMSMaM., ULioafj.
Barclay Bro's.,
Wholesale Druggists
CAIRO, ILL.
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