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JOHN H. MUUBJiT,
Attorney ft I Law.
orricR : Alrealdenee am Ninth .trert.te
twwnWtHliinctuo avenue and W alnuto.
Ota.c; Si&lleitlxa, Dvilldlrxer. Corn. Vwvlftlx 0treet airxl 'WMKltartea -aVveii-vae.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 187G.
At the Hin t arm Offlee. ( airo, llltnoic
C0QE MID DM1
Fresh, Puro rind Natural, an furnished by Old Mother Earth "FOR
TUB HEALING OF THE NATIONS." Obtained Direct
from their Sources and Kept on Ico by
SIGN OF THE
BETUESDA UAL WATER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
t'l.ilmn f be a iiuiflo in til ca.e of Diabetes, Inclination ( t.lie Kidncya, Itillamation
of the Neck (it the Madder mail I'rrtLei, lullauiation of the Bladder. Iror, (ionty
swelling. Stoppage of 1'ritin, Albtinienuriu, Kopy or Cloudy L rine, Uriclc I'lust Ie
ti"sit ; t hick, Morbid. Hiliou unit Dark Appearing 1'ritie, with Itone Duid (cpoit ;
liurninif ScniiaMon Willi Miarp 1'alna when voiding L'rine ; HetnorraKe of the Kidneys,
1'ain iii tli Kidneys an 1 Liols Torpid Liver, Indigestion, Calculus, and Kemaie
There i.i no remedial aitent knuwo to man thet run cure the foregoing deeaes as
i nVclually a lletheada Water. '1 hit fa'-t has been tleinonUated wherever the water
lia heeu ued according to direction.; whlili can he had a the General Ageut' hy p
Plication to them. Too water i aweel and plea-ant to the ta-"te. itcan be drank at all
lion:. Why ahoulu any one itutler wh'le Dim water it o evily obtained i
I IT 1H. HA WI.F.Y HEATH, of 2HJ ISroadvvay, Xew York, (fives the following li-t
of recent cures within his practice :
ontimiatlon of curca l.y HEriIKH. MMMNU W ATI-It, after the- patieiilN have been
pronounced Mvotid relief though they jk not a tithe of thone dally received :
. ( fHAIMNK 1I A HKTK3 Kev. Thoinai Penrose, Sea Cliff and Brooklyn ; Morri
Urown, l'enn Van; Major Hurt, Mr. Hailxr, Mr-, i.uiou, Kmdcrhook ; Mr. Sauiidcns
HUM JUTS DISEASE J. 8. Ooiild, Hudson; Mr. .Iiid.'e Van Cott Caleb Mori-an,
Mr. Karnes, Mount Vernon ; W. W. Secor. ting in; Mm Alderman, Mr. Hall, Mr.
Wilcox, .New York : Dr. i. W, Ileal, Mr it-mig, Mrs. Hero, Mr. James, llrooklvn.
I I.C." HATIUN UK THE ItLADDEH-K. Colfax, Hufl.lo: T. J. Cox, New York.
What surgeon-General Wolcott and other promiiiebt Medical Men nay about the
l! thcd Water.
Mil. waikek.; January 1, 17.1.
I am gratified a find that the opinion t-iven by me, over two year ago, on the
medicinal jiropertien of the IWtaecJa Water, hat been fully sustained and continued by
it ue. in a vat number and variety of eaten. Invoh inx the urinary org int. In many
nay In nioHt of midi cacti, I do not hitate to tay that it it va-tly superior to any
other remedy known to the profession. E. 15. WOLCOTT. M. D.
We ftillv concur in the above: O. I. Wolcott, M.D; .1. K. (isrner, M. D., Diabetes
tl. XcloWkki, M. D; J. M. Allen. M.D.
It'ti" I ,! WiVr. io iU lhrrftLrutic itrcu, i r!rlc4 a l uuic , Diuretic, Alterative und Aperient,
j"tiYf''ir ml ?tmchin tlie bio!. d ituitaunt cvrry icrrtiu, "i ti .tttiny
lr K lt iVtrr. i!wditiuuithfHi oalyt, mva
su;,n- j,ni suljihuf it-riarr qmc frct)tient, enmpamt ivrly , iiwmr i!ue lintetne ilrit; hut arnori
.ill id- .i.fini ot thu n t urc, known at irrwnt, on tti ! rmti'n, in Kentucky. None art- o vaLuf-.t jnl
fif.ir jhlc, in rnny rr-LtcU, as lho a( ttie l-jcr 11. uc I.ick .
' EUCELSIOR WATER,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
'lh' wati-r of the Exci-lnior "prini; it inIua'ilc, removing anj preventing, ' j i't
ipcrii-nt aiid altiratiM- effect, the in.'i;int loriut of ili-M'atc.
It It highly rerouiiiiecdeit by the niot-t einlni tit phyi'iaii, and U lle.d with j;ieat
nii-c c-iu tin- treatiuctil of Dypepia, Conttipation of the I'.ovvtlt, Affection ol the
l.ivei and Kidney", Ki-vcr. Scrolola, Cutineou Disea-et, Etc. It it a'-o an cxrclleiit
romedy lor thu Headache, uod a picavant and ha!thful beverage.
Minrrjl jici fif-tiit!,-.icrnl rur.lirJnAl viittirt, in then ur, w Inch coih.i Kr a rtuut-l o itt
.i. riit- f ihr iiirvlii.t; t.i h are shown by aiia! - k.
All of the at.ovs Water for aale on draught in Bottle,, by theOmllon in
Juara or Keva, or by the Barrel by
BARGLAY EROS.,' Druggists,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO. & CO.
NOS. 266 & 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
WE AIIE Sl'El'IAL AOKNTS FOll
' ELGIN WATCHES,
AMI HAVE A KI
AVI AX ENILK.S
T.'ultu. Fine (iitld WiitcllCt,
t.idd cri LlutilM,
(mill Ni-ck ( huilis,
rilver Vest Chaiim,
i iiVe llatkct,
l unl Maii'lrf,
l.jl l luolll I ll tl,
Gold Watch Keys,
Loral hetsaud Kini!s,
ilrnnze ( ii naincntt,
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
H"E very one visiting CHICAGO almuld call at our t-tablLshmeut and examine our Gooda'SW
The ht-Hiicxt Prices is our Motto.
SOCIETY, OINE YOBK.
On the Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
Or LIFE or ENDOWMENT FOR YOURSELF AND FAMILY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
SURPLUS $ 4,515,012 42.
C- ASSETS, $29,039,087 70.
E. A. BURNETT, Agt.
LL STOCK OK
I lips und UoblcU,
Heul Kin ltd,
0t ra CilaSMs, &c
1 2NT TIIH
RELICS OF THE PAST.
A Oreo I .Mount! In Pfnnaj Itaulia
Ikeleton or Ancient People.
(Kroiu the CannonabiirK Herald.)
On Wednesday morning last we made
a.vUit to an intfrcMinjr mound, rontain
in tlm rfiitaina of a lartfc minibor of liu
uiati bodieo. This mound is one ol two
pituutcd on tltc larm of Win. ISonn, in
IVters townliip, Wasliinton county.
'Hie mound Visited is sltutitrd on the
higlient ground in u lield, near the Iloon
reHid(;ii:e;. It iias been almoi-t entirely
dujf over, and its proportions destroyed,
j A Mmrt time -ince, Mr. Hoon, needing
tone for some purpose on his farm, re
moved Die eartli at thi.s elevation, and
was surprised at the regularity ol position
presented by the stones, it evidently ap
pearing that tiny were placed there in
some yteinutic order. Another pecu
liarity &lo presented itself, and that wns
that there were many kinds of stone de
posited there some of them originally
Iroui di-lant localises. This led hi in to
more closely investigate the mound,
w lien lie lound evidences ol an exten
sive burial place. Uncareful observation,
it was manifest that one-half of
the elevation had been at
some remote time disturbed. In
that part of the remainder which he in
spected he found the remains ot at leai-t
eleven or twelve human bodies. These
remains were very much decayed, even
the best preserved presenting but lrag
ments of the bones. The flat and spongy
bones had almost uniformly disappeared,
and in mot eases trie long bones broke
at a touch, showing that the bodies to
which they belonged had been placed
there a great many years ago. In some
instances, the ribs, jaw bones, and teeth
and the phalanges ol hands and feet were
passably well preserved.
The bones seemed to have been ar
ranged according to a very peculiar sys
tem. M r. Iloon iniormed us that he found
in each instance the bodies radiating like
the rays of a iar from a ecntral bowlder
against which the head of each body was
placed. Underneath the shoulders of
each he found a ll.it, shelvy kind of stono
The remaining stones, used as a wall of
separation, or a covering (this was hard
to determine, from the advanced age of
decay), were systematically placed or
buitr, no itmr thoy ovurlufiruwl, a,l(1 tnniles
it diflleult to remove them unless the key
stone could be first found.
With Mr. Iioon's assistance we bated
the earth from the stones in one place,
and saw something of their peculiar dis
position. In this ease the body had
been entirely amalgamated w ith the stir"
rounding eartli. The peculiar nature of
the soil, and the shape of the body
which coiil. 1 le traced indicated the
certainty ot this a-imilalion. We se
cured sorni of the bet specimens of the
2I'Ihi"e is every evidence that th
persons whose, bones have thus been
discovered died long since, possibly cen-
turieg ago. The soil containing their re
mains is elevated and dry, and the sur
roundings, one would think, favorable to
their long preservation, and yet, as inti
mated, in some instances only the
slightest trace of their existence could
be obtained. Who are these people ?
Who placed their bodies here ? Were
they ol a pre-historlc race ?
Lyon's Katimirox makes beautifu
glossy, luxuriant hair: prevents its full
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y;ear. It charmingly perfumed
ana nas nonvai. j-io-OAw ly
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. wu commercial Avenue
Advances made on c'unsii'uiiieuts. A li
st r acts ot Titles made, Conveyances und
collections aiieuuuu to.
Attention to business, and HeniitUuces
Auction Kalca Kvrry Miiltirtliiy
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la Hi Uraaid Old
Which has stood the test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Fain, that Afflicts the Hu
man bodyor the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magio touch.
A bottle costing 25o., bOo. or $1
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
usetuiness Many a Valuable
St. Oharles Hotel,
nm mm :o suit tss times
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board . 3d Floor (2 .00 Per Day
Special Rate by Week or Month.
A limited ntindier of very desirable lanulv
r'xima can le tecurrd at reasomble rate lor tin
I lie M. t,hrle la the larpeatiind best anpolnt
edlloUAein Hotithern Illinois, tnd is the lealma
hotel in Cairo. .ul lih.taolmK the "I ltd
Kock" roituction iu prices, tie table will, at
usual, le liberally auiilied with tlieverybe.il
of everything that can be found in market.
Kine larjre luimnle room fur tomjnercial tntv
elert. on around floor, free of rtiarye.
0A11 haa-irnireof ku.U conrejcl toandlrora
tlit hotel without rluirae
JtW't TT WIL"OX CO. ,
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetdwc, Evans
ville, LouiBville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant sidc-wlitcl au-ani
Haw Howard Moater.
Waltkh u. I'aNNiNoTo.t.. Clerk.
Will leave Evansville for Cairo every TL'KS-
DAY and KKI i Y at 4 o'elickp. m
Will leave C:nevery WtDNJaOA Y and ?AT-
I'ULiA Y al 6 o'clock v. m
Each boat makes close c.nncctions at Cairo
with firat-clana steamers for St. Ixiuia, Mem
phis aid New Orleans, and it Evanaville w ith
the E. A C. K. H for all poind North and East,
and Willi tlie liuisville Mai Steamern foall
poioU on the L'pper Ohio, living through re
ceii.ta ou freight and panbeiera to ail pointa
Eor urther inforniation apfly to
SOI.. .SILVEIl, 'aaseoger Agent.
HAI.LIXJAYJitOS., ( ..,.
J. M. rHU-lil'S, ' Agents.
Or to U. J.GKAMMEIl,
japerinti-ndent and Cvneral Freight Agent,
lkt-.-'.t-lv. Eviu.ville Indiana.
rhe Gamble Wagon
MANI FACTIREII BY
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
TH BEST and CHEAPEST WiOON MAN
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
BIXTn STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacturea hia own Korae Sboea and
c&a Aaaure Good Work.
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White RefinedSugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow RefinedSugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Caroltir flice,
500 h'fehs Green snd Bl'k Tea.
also, di.alk:8 is
AND OTIUUt I'KtrCE.
6i, "O and 73 Viu areel. IN., O
t. U. OUKHLV. A. W. fVATr
CAIRO CITY KNDERY,
BINDERS AND BLINK BOOK
Bulletin Building, Cor Twelfth Street
and Waaruiia-ton Avenue,
tJ"ComitT anil BailrnadVark a 6ccutllv
CINCINNATI WESLE'AN COLLEGE.
FOE YOUNO VOMEN,
lietiu. lu 3.M11 vear Heot. Mtu. Faculty
Humbert 'Jl, Ma$;ulflveut building, gener
oua table. 1 borough nn-e in Kugliih,
Science, Claasiua, and Modern Language.
i OKurpaaaea auvantagei lor iuukic una art,
Addren the Preaiden'. Kev. David 11,
Moore, D. l) Ciucinoa I, , 7-8-d4w-M,
Sra ATT0N & BIRD,
A.OENT3 AIIERICAN POWDER OO
S7 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinda (hard au'l loft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
I'KCIAL attentioi ajlven tocoaairfnnienU and
No 80 Ohio Levee.
T a if.
R. SMYTH to. CO..
Wholesale and Ketail Deulera In
Foreign and Domestio
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSRF. SMYTH A CO. have constantly
a large atoek ot the Ixwt goub in Hie mar
ket, and give especial attention to I lie MboluaaJt
ranch of the buaineaa.
I A I. N'T AND OIL.
Blake & Co.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c,
41 way a on band, tie celebrated Illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Waahins
!Te w-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Qoodd Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th 8t. and Commercial At
C. O. PATTER & CO.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waabinartoa and Commercial
Avanuee, adjoin lntr Han&y'a.
TT EKP for aal the beat Beef, Perk. Mutton
t . ... 1 1 k: Mm ta nM.
rad k aerve faiulllea In an aooeatable nia:.
City National Bank
jy. P If ALI.IPAT, Preaident.
V;5R.t.,,ALL",Ar' Vice Preal
A B .lArFKRD. C.hif.
W AI.TKK HYSI.OP, Aaa'l Caahler.
? 9TA.,M TATLOa, R If. CrlSOHAM,
A li- UAJ-MDT' w Haii.idat,
U. D. VVlLLtAMNOll. fiTteiHK itlBl),
A. B. SarroRn,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
F. POSITS reeeive.1 and a peneral banking
F linn, Presl lent. II. Wells, Caclin-r
I. Nell. V See Pres'U T. J. Kerlli, Aat.
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
Dl RECTO US.
Ilrosa, Cuiro. Wru. Klupc, Cairo.
Nell, Cairo. Win Wolfe, Cairo.
Sintiiuka, Cairo. R. I.. RiUintfslcy, t. Louia
liinler, Cairo 11. Wells, Cairo.
F. II. lirinkman, M. Ixiuia,
l.'netnl limildiiir llnamraa Dane,
tCT-F.xchanire aold and boiiKht Intereat paid
n the SuvinRn Department. Colleetiuua ruailc,
Lil all buriined!) prninitlv attendel to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. 11. 9AFFOKD, President.
8 8 TA Yl.OK, Vice Preaident.
VV. HYSI.OP. Sec'y and Treasurer.
P. IV. Barclay, cmas. Galiohsr,
F. M. hTocarLBTH, Paix O. henru.
It. 11. CUNHIMOHAM, 11. L. llALLIDAY,
J. M. PniLLipa.
INTEREST paid on deposit at the rate ol aiz
pereeut per annum, March lat and Saptem-M-fim.
Interest not withdrawn la added iiumc
liately to the principal of the depoail, thereby
living tbem componnd inlervst.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every btialneaailay rrnmOa.in. to S p.m.
mi ffaturday eveniugia for navinK depoaita only
rom 6 to b o'clock
W. HY8LOP. Treaanrer.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
aromptlv attended to.
to?-To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
io supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIS0 CITY COAX COMPANY.
rrlialliday Ilro.'a orlice, No 7D Ohio Levee.
I i"llairiday Hro 'a whurt'bout.
T" At Kjfyptian Milla, or
-At the Coal Dump, foot of TliU ty-KigLtb
t -Poat Office Drawer, .Ttai.
lS RAM r.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Bank Soil ding, up-stairs.
Tbe Oldeet Established Aareney In Bout
era IlUnole, repreauntlnar ovnr
165 000 OQO
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREK1
ftetw Waabina-ton and Oeanaerola
Leading Journal of Southern
Will iteadfaatly oppose tbe pollclei of tn
Republican party, and rcriue. to be train
melled b tbe dictation of any clique lu the
It bedevci that tbe Republican party naa
ulfllled iU mUaton, and tbat tbe Demo
trallo party a now organized iboulo bt re
itored to power.
It believes tbe Kadloal tyranny tbat b
tor aeveral year, oppressed tbe 8outb
ihould be overthrown and tbe people cl iDe
outbern States permltud to control tbeu
It believes tbat railroad corporation
ibould be prohibited by leirialauve f cacti
sicnts from extorting and unjustly desert n
Inatlug in tbeir busineas transactions wit'j
It recognizes tbe equality of a men
lore the law.
It advocates free commerce tarifi lot
vocates resumption of specie if
ment, and boneat payment of tbe public
It advocatea economy in tbe lm;utatra
Hon of public aflalr
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