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Attorney t Law.
OrriCK t At residence Ninth Street, t a
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JULY 0 1876.
mm Dili) BREIE
Fresh, Pore and WaturaVas furnished by Old Mother Earth "FOR
T1T.E BEAIiIIt O OF THE NATIONS." Obtained Direct
from their Sources and Kept on Ice by
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION
BETWM ElIERAL mm
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
CUtrn to be a prcific tn atl cmpi of Diabetes, luflntnation of the Kidneys. Inflamatlon
of the Neck ol the Mad ler and L'rett.ei, loflamatlon of lb Bladder, Dror v, Uouty
Sweuinjra, Stoppage of L rine, Albumennrls, Kopy or Cloudy I'rlne, Brick bust !
po,it; Thick, Morbid. Billon, and Dark Appearing I'rine, with Boue Du-t Ii polt ;
fturnlng Sensation with sharp Ialn when voiding I rtne ; Hemon-age of the Kidney,
Fain in the. Kidney, and Mobs, Torpid Mver, Indigestion, Calculus, and Kunale
There in no remedial ajrent knows to man tuet can cure the forefointr Jcwm as
effectually a, Betbevla Water. This fact u been uenionstiated wherever the wati r
ha been ued according to directions, which can be bad a the General Agtuit-,' by ap
plication to them. The water ii sweet and pleasant to tb taste. Itcan he drank at all
hour. Wby aboula any one suffer wh'le tin, water in no e -lly obtained I
tT DU. HAWLKY HEATH, ol 200 Broadway, .lew York, give the following li-t
of recant cure witbin his practice : '
Continuation of cure, by BE nirD A fcPHINO WATKK, after the patient, have been
pronounced beyond relief though they are not a tithe or those d tily received :
SACCUAHINK DIABETKS Jtev. Thorn, I'enrose, Sea Cliff and Brooklyn; Morris
Wrown. l'enn Van; Major Burl, Mr. Bather, Mrs. Guion, Kinderhook ; Mr. Saunders,
BIUUUT'S IIKASK .1. S. Oould. Hudson ; Mr, .tud.-e Van Cott, C:ilel Morgan,
Mr. Barnes, Mount Vernon; W. V. hecer. Sins; fin; Mr, Alderman. 5lr. Hall, .Mrs.
Wilcox, ew York ; lr. . W, Ileal, Mr Ueiunr. Mr,. Her.. Mr. James, Brooklvn.
I LCfc.lt ATIO.N OK THE BLAUDKK-K. Colfax, Buffalo; T. J. Vox, New York.
What Surgeon-General Wolcott and otber prominent Medical Men ay about the
MiLWAiKr.K,;lnury 1, 1873.
I am gratified to lind that the opinion (riven by me, over two years afro, en the
medicinal properties of the Betheada Water, baa been fully sustained and confirmed by
its use, in a vast number and variety of cases, invohlc? the urinary organs. In many
nay In most of trucb case, I do not hssitate to :iy that it is vastly iip-rior to any
other remedy known to the profession. E. B. WOLCOTT. M. I.
We fully concur in the above : O. I. WoVolt, M. I; .1. K. Garner, M. !., Diubetei ;
II. Xelowiki, M. D ; J. M. Allen, M. V.
Rliie l.iek Water, ia M Ihrraprutic Kptcu, is dcMrttc! si Tonir, Diumii'. Alicnlivr and Apriient,
irifyin and enncbinf the blood, sad stimulating every aecrrtioR organ of the econon.y,
Lr Rntatt Peiae. iSi sii i i maaii aoalrvt. aava
SatW and avlphur waters arc quite frsqueat, cnaspanitively, in oir blue llmtnum t&t Uit among
all the Sprin, of this nature, knowaat present, rn this formnli.n, in ktUucky. Ntme are so valuable ami
rniarsanle, in many respects, as those of the tower B.te l-ick .
Fresh Prom the Spring at Saratoga.
The watr of the Excelsior Spring is invaluable, removing and preventing, y it
aperient and alterative ttlertn, the incipUnt form, of disease.
it li highly recommended by the most eminent physicians, and is used with great
uoeea in the treatment of yapepia. Constipation of the Bowels, A flection ot the
l.iver and Kidnevs, Krvers, Sorotula, Cutaneous iieaea, Etc. It i, a'so an excellent
romady tor the Headache, and a pleasant and healthful beverage.
Mineral waters frequently prrtrnl medicinal virtues, in iheir me, which cannot be accoumr.1 o tha
properties uihe tiigmllcnts which arc thuwo tiy analytit.
All of the above Watera for aaie on draught In Bottlee, by the Gallon is
Jug-a or Ktgn, or by the Barn 1 by
BARGLAY BROS., Druggists,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO. & CO.
Wholeaale and Retail
NOS. 266 & 268 WABASH AVE.. CHICAGO.
Wi: Af!F. SPECIAL AfiENTS KOB
ASI H AVE A El IX STOCK OF
Al AN EXHI.ESS VARIETY OK
l adUV Flnefiold Watc.tie'.,
Oold Oner Clutlns,
Silver Vest ( bains,
t.old Tooth Picks,
Unld Watch Krjs,
4 oral Hntds,
.iral st-u and Rinirn,
Iaiters, l-ailiea' hefs,
told ItinKS, li P'lcher.
Till TREASURY DEPARTMENT AGAIW
GETTIRO VPOV ITS LEGS.
t ups and Goblets,
Opera Ulasrt, Aft
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
rl-Every one viitin CHICAGO should call at our establishment and examine our Goods'
' The Cheatiest Prices ia our .Motto-
i o" m xj zi. an xzo
I'nellle Mnil Htibsldy t.olti ista to he
Hronc;ht to accoiimi.
St. Oharles Hotel,
Secretary Kebeion TeUi Why be Spent 10
Kuch public money.
Waiiiniox. i. JIy ". S-cre-
tarv Morrill took i!liar!c ol Um treasury
Utpurtment tlilii nftertionti. Astaut
Sefretnry Conant v in the wctrtnry'a
ofllce to nTi-ire him, anl aoon tliort ufu r
the varlom hnmh of the. ImrcniH ami
hlcf clerks wero prescnteil to tlif! new
aerretary. The first olliclal net of the
new secretary wat the approval of tin?
bond oi .Mr. Wyman as treasurer.
Mr; Wymati has iiualinVcl n Trrastirer
ol the I'liited Slatf".
Airrn kino ami schcmaklk.
TIk: House .Ituliciary ('omtnittccailopt-
eil tlie' report rf the tilM:onirnitt-e tie-
Jar'msr that the lini-:e has juri-'Uiction In
tin- -hm- of h'itip anil St liinnakrr In con
nertion with the Pacific Mail Mih"hly. It
was voteil to so report to the hon-e, aul
to refer the tnatu r to the Committee on
Civil Serviec Refurui lor investigation.
i nr. r.onro iwiiio.crinv.
The exainination of Secretary Kobe-
son vvns rontinnetl to-day ly the Cou
initteeon Naval Affairs in reference to
he tletleienif-R supposed to exist in the
funds of eerlain bureaus. He rnaJo a
fctateinent netting forth the reasons why
A-rtaln appropriations had been exhaut-
til. Thet-e found their origin lat fall in
the threatened trotihlea wlihSjainat
which time it temnie nreeasary in view
ol our lon-hii relntion to put the navy
in a condition nt.d position to earry out
any policy our governmeiit might adopt
Owing to .this unexjx;fted state of aflairi
the appropriations, which would other
wise have been ample, were rapidly ex
hausted, leaving ouie eontraets which
had been previously made unpi r.vid. d
THK DITLOM ATIC Ari'UOPKI A l IOX.
The House and S nate conferences on
the diplomatic and consular appropria
tion hill have readied substantial agree.
inent on that bill. The Senate confer
ence agree in effect to yii Id to tin; House
and fix the total amount to be appropri
ated a desired by the House, but they
roj-o!- ttmt the PrriJnnt rludl tw al
lowed UUcrctlou in the expenditure of
this monev Dinong die various legislative
and consular bodies in order that the ser
vice imiv not be crippled, iloth House
and Senate conferences agree to the ap.
pointmeiit of a CMnmission for the entire
re-organization ot the diplomatic "aud
consular service. The bill will be re
ported in a day or two.
PRICES llim TO SUIT TEE TIKES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor 2.00 Per Day
SpeoUl Ravtee by Week or Hoavtk.
A limited ntimlier of very desirable family
rooms can be secured at rea-ionable rates lor tin
Die St. Charles is the largest and best appoint
ed Mouse in Houthern Illinois, and is the leading
hotel ia Cairo. Nol Ithstandinir the ' Itesl
Kock" reduction in prices, the table will, as
niual, tc litierslly stipiliel with the very tienl
of everything that caa m Tmnd in market.
Kine larre SHtnple rKims for commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, freeof charge.
t f-AII imiresirpof frnsits oonveynl to and lnm
the hotel without chiwfre.
.IKVV'KTT WILCOX A CO. ,
Evansvllle, Cairo and lUemphit
Steam Packet Co.,
Fducah, Shawueetwn, Evans-
vine, liouisviiie, uinotnnati
and all way laadingg.
The elegant si'le wlif tl stiani
Iikn Ilowsan ..MasUr.
WAtTaH B. I'asNiworo.-s. Clerk,
Will leave KvansTille for Cairo every TTJES-
ha i ana tHiuAi at o'clock p. in.
Will leave Cairoevery WEDNKSUAYand'sAT-
L ui. i at u o'clock v. rn
Each Wist makes close connections at Cairo
with firs t-claas i learners fur St. Louis. Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Evanaville with
the K. A C. K. It. fur all points North and Eaat,
and with the Ixiuisville Mail Steaiuers fuhall
points on the L'pier Ohio, irivinir through re
wit, u on IniKhU and jianseiiern to al) points
t or iirther information apply to
MJL. MLtr.ll, raaarnrfr Afteni.
HA LI J DA Y BliOS., ( .,
Or to W .1 UKAMMKR.
rfuiieriutemlenl and finncral Freight Atfent,
j ji-ir. r.vaisviue intiiana.
I .... W
SOCIETY, OP NE YORK.
On the Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
Or LIFE or ENDOWMENT FOB YOUHSELF AND FAMILY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
E. A. BURNETT, Agt.
f'unaultaliou at the White lintiae
AsntNiiioN July there was a
consultation at the U'hitc House to-night
on the subject of the Indian war. Secre
tary Cameron, and Gen. Sherman, who
reached here from I'hiladrlpha this niter-
noon, and tne president tliscussea the
situation at considers ble length. An im
pression U. felt in the highest quarters that
troop9 now in the West near the scene
ol the present operations against the In
dians are numerically, as well as ia
every oilier respect able to enforce the
demands ot the government against the
hostile tribes and to effect proper elias
tlsemeiit upon them.
t'ttu t erNitlntii Willi t.enerHl Slter-
Xkvv Vouk, .Ivily 7. Uen. Sheridan,
conversing with a reporter on the Custer
massacre, said that the truth was the
army was unable? to carry out the pur-
noseg of I lie government in t lie Indian
country by reason ot its weakness. "I
have," hn said, "se:it every man 1 could
spare into lliat region, even taking troops
from l.aramie and Salt Lake. The gov
ernment, ia its wisdom, Uireeta the doing
of certain things in tliese regions. It di
rect an expedition like litis ot General
Terry, an expedition necessary tor the
development of that country. We do
the best vvc can with our material. But
we are in no condition to do the work re.
quired of us.M
In answer to the. question, What were
the reasons for this campaign:' Gen.
Sheridan says: "We are doing this at the
special request of the Indian department.
It does not originate w ith the war de
partment at all. Our purpose is to drive
these Indians, who are of the very wild
est aud most savage sort, down on the
reservation. Yoti can say that we w ill
do It now or exterminate them."
Troop Ordered to Tuukteu.
Lkavp.nworth, Kan., .Inly 7. Orders
were receive! at Fort Leavenworth to
day from the war department to transfer
six companies to Vnnktoii forthwith to
Join the troops there in the w ar against
the Sioux. The troops w ill leave here
Monday with Gen. Miles in command.
Lkanknoiuh, Kan., July 7. Gen.
Pope has issued an order directing Gen.
Miles w illi six companies of tint Fifth in
fantry to report at once to the scene of
the Sioux war. The companies so order
ed are uovv stationed as lollows: one at
Fort Gibson, ono at Fort Hayes, one at
Fort Riley and three companies at Fort
Leavenworth. Oen. Miles ha the repu-
tation of being ono of. the .best Indiau
fighters In the army.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
IH BEST and CHEAPEST Wi Q)H MAX
MANUFACTORY. OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
SIXTn STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Kauufacturea hla own Horae Shoes and
ctm Assure Oood Work.
CeaitlMIOft M fcll IIAISTH.
STBLATO0N i BIRD,
aVOENTB AMERICAN POWDER OO
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds (hard and toft,)
Mill sjad Yrd.
Jorner Thirty-Fourth Street and
City National Bank
i G. D WILLIAMSON,
Ant l't.ilsr lu ,
If. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attantloi a;iveo tucoasignmcnta and
No 80 Ohio Lv.
W HALMDAY, Pwiilont.
HF.NttT I.. HAIXIIMY, Vlcrrret.
A. B SAKKORU, Cashief.
WAI.TKK HVM.OI'. Ass'lCashifr
s. Staats TaTLoa, R.H.Cmisflnt,,
II I.. Hai.lidat, w. I'. Halmdat,
i. 1). Wiluamho!). Srapiiai Kino,
A . 11. 8 trronn,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bond Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS rwirM and a gvneral Unklna
F Proas, Pisl4ent. H. Wrlla, Cashier.
P. N'pIT. Vl I'rea't T. .1. Kerth, Asst. ash'r
mm cqustt mi
Cornwr Commercial Ave. and 8th Street,
Il.-nss, Cairo. Wo. Klufr, (.'aim.
NfT, Cairo. VVm Wolfe, Cairo.
, Susanko, Cairo. It. L. TiillinKslrv, t. Inis
Uwlrr, Cairo. H. Wella, tlro.
F. II. Itrinkman, St. lst,
l Rnnklns; Rnalncna Done.
7 e tr.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholseale and RrUll Dealera in
Foreign and Domeitio
WIXEN OF ALiTj KIXDN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
ME8SEP. PUTTII CO. have constanUT
a tarira stock ol the beat a-ooU lu Ibu mar
ket, and Kivee);ial attention to I he wholesala
rancn or ioe Dusinma.
PAINT AND OHM.
Slake & Go.
B. r. PARKER,
Orah-rt la -
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleats Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refimd Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Reflmd Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 hTchs Green and BI'kTea.
ALSO, DKALIIH IX
AND OTIIKR rW'iBl'IT.
, ?tt aud 7i Viiis Mrrel. OIN., O
i. li. OUBSLY. A. W. riAif .
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
-A.. W.rVATT cto CO..
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOR
Bulletin Building-, Cor. Twelfth Street
ana W&slunKVon Avenue,
Kf-Coimty and BailroadM ark Specially
Vail Paper, Window Qlaas, Win
dow Shades, &o.
always en band, the crlebratnl llliiminatioK
Corner Eleventh Street u WMhiac
CINCINNATI WESLEY AN COLLEGE,
FOB Yoxma WOMEN,
lSsginn Its ;i:tU year Beit. lth. Faculty
Dumbers 21, MagullicaDt buildiugs.ganer
oua Uble. TUurouvn e-ur in Eugllsb,
Science, Classics, anil Modern LaKUtcea,
I'nsurpaased advaota? at (or music aud art.
Addre the President, KT. David 11.
Moore, D. V , Cincinnati, . :jshJAw..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Qoods Sold Very Cleae.
Oorner 18th St. and Commercial At
C. O. PATIER A CO.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between WanhlactOB and Commercial
Atawi, adjoining Banay's.
T-r- 9 TV aala tka bast Bcrf. Perk. Mutton
IV Veal, Lamb, aauaafc, . aad U pre
tirea4 k eerve Ouadltea ia aa aoeaUbl ns:. ia.
tJ-ExclianRp sold and bought. Interest paid
i lh Snvinirs UrnartniPnt. Collrctiona ma te,
nd all b'miness iminiptly attrndel lo.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANE, CAIBO
A. B flAr-KOttl). 11aidnt.
S. S. TAVI.OH, ine Prrslilrnt
W. IIYSLOl. i!'y and Tnmmrrr.
P.W. IlARlXAT, CUAS. GaLIOHIR,
F. M. HTOCarLBTH, 1'AtLU BCBDI1,
It. Ii. CtTMNIKailAM, H L. HAJ.L1DAV,
J. M. rmixir,.
NTEREHT Daid on drnosiu at the rate ol l
. Dcrovnt Dcrauuum. March Island Ssiittni-
Mtl 1st. Interest not withdrawn la aildeit iiniue
liately to the prlucijiai of the dejiosiu, thereby
riTlnx tnem comuounu inieresi.
Married Women and Children may
ueposit money ana no one
else can draw it.
Open every business day rroiuOa.m. to S p.m.
aJ atunlay eTenini for savings dejxwita only
rom tt to 6 o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. Treasurer.
In all Their liepanmenls
OomruRnchiit May let. 1879.
Rich Black Siilxo
The Mo Celtirated I.rons 1xMras,
At Ml 5 Iteilnced from l 0,
At Ml .M KediKwt iroui Ml N7,
At HI 7.1 Iteuiirrd front SA,
At H4 Mt liniuwil from A4,
PLvii Colored ui Fist; SUh
At c rieilu.-ed from 91 18,
l ! oo lUtluod Iro n Al S.I,
At l 211 linlueed from M,
Kt 81 .V llednced from II sO
mm mum u mil mi
In Camera Hair. Cheviots, and Dameaaeee, Re-
dureit to 7 ., hi, wi cenrs ni, rroru mv,
i et 7) and fi w.
Popular Dress Goods
In New and Fashionable Fabrics and Colon, ol-
12c Reduced from 10;
lc Kwluoed from .1;
a 2c Reduced from SOc
'Me. Kliiced from S7r:
aOr, Former jriee Mr to 8c.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At tti'O and $V21, Foimatly Sold at 20n,
2."i and -.j0.
Bid ul Scirlet Mx Shilt
At 11'., $ij aud $go
Reduced from I'al, 60 and .
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
l.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
tSTTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIS0 CITY COAX C0MPA5T.
rf-IIalliday Bro. 'a office, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
(VliaUiday Hro 'awbarfboat.
frit Ksyptian Mills, or
iJ-At the Coal Dump, foot ef ThUty-Bigblli
tyl'ost Office Drawer. Xft.
LUHA, .lT3i.AH I USTLAKO WIS
At $1 i' to "- Reduced Irom 1 to W,
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Lal.-at Pari, lylcs from 10 Vnwards, em
lirariDK the ehoicvst novelties st
Ladies' and Childrens Underwear
An Immense stork of Moat Beautiful and
Rl.I.I VBI.F. t.OODS
ll at Very reat Retluction.
I.ailii's', Chililron's and lloutloracn'a
1 he Ri-sl KnKlih. French and (iermau (loodl,
All Mnrkeo ut lowest Possible I'riiv,.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City HaUonal Bank Building, np-itairi.
7he Oldest Established Ag-enoy In Sout
em Illinois, representins vr
165 OOO 000
NORTH SIDE OP EIGHTH STJtEKI
Setwe Wasbiaarton an 4 0maaarcU
Are thorouKhly stocked with the best
Koods, at the lawest package prices. Beau
tiful American print al :. and 6c. per
yard; standard 4 4 bleaoheil good at lOo ;
Lonsdaln whirtinirn at 10c.; Mew York
Mills TJic; and :-4 sheetioK t 12.
TABLE AKO OTHSft mm
In all the Various Grade, atBargalai.
(Which we keep at tlio Grand Street ator
only), we are ottering KukIisq aud Aniirl-
can upenne, at i, nruier price ft io;
tiodv ItnuseU at rl I or naer jirue tn;
nil-wool InKruiu at 7(k-., former price. !Oc.;
three piy iuralia at 'l xA, tormcr price,
1 do; oil-cloths at ;. lo Tivp ; former
prices, DUc. to 87c.
Sample of gooU. and catalogue of la
dies' aud lui.M's' suits and mu.lin under,
wear, ami iufanU' outfits aeut Ireeol cuarge
to a l sections of tbe t'n'.ted Statea.
it ales lor i'lt-UH'Hiireaient snit on applU
cat on to all parts tl the country.
Order, for good of all kluda will be care,
fmlv attended to. and the trood packed
and lor warded without charge. JanS-wSm
Broadway and Twentieth Stmt
Grand and Christie Sts., N. Y.