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JOHN H. MVUT,
Attorney at Law.
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. JULY 21, 1870.
At the Rixtint Ofline, talro, Illinois j
COUE MID BREffi
Fresh. Pure and Natural, as furnished by Old Mother Earth "FOR
THE IIEALING OF THE NATIONS." Obtained Direct
from their Sources and Kept on Ice by
SIGN OF THE
BETDESDA IJEMAL WfEIl
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Halms to bn a specific In til caw f Diabetes, lnflainatiou ol the kidney, luflatnstion
of t!i- Ncrfe ot the Iliad lr and ITrrthev lutlamation of the Bladder, Propsy, tiouty
fuellings, Btnnpaee of trine, Albtimeniiri. Knpy or Hotidy trtne, lirtvk Dustt Ie
i.n.it; Thick, Morbid. Bilious and Hark. Aperinir Trine, with IVne Liit Irpoit j
jtnmlnirrSensatton with fhrp l'ains when voidm,' l rtne : Hemorratfe of the Kidney.
1'ain in the Kidneys und Lions Torpll Liver, Indigestion, Calculus, and Female
There Ik no remedial aent known to man thet can cure the foroiroin debases a
i flettually a Betbe.da Water. Tlii fa-t has been iletnonsttated wherever the water
hs- l.ecn ued according to direction: which can le bad a the General Agent by p-
I. lb atlon to them. The water is sweet and pleatant to the tate. It can be drank at all
liouri. Why should any one eufler wh'le tins water i o cvdly obtained
t VT Illl. II VWLKY HKATH, I 3)0 Broadway, ew York, givef the follow Ing IM
uf recent pure within bin practice :
ontinuation of cuie by IlLrilKMi V M'lUMJ WATKK, after the patlinU have been
pronounced beyond relief though they are not a tithe or tboae daily received :
cAO'UAKIMs HI AHKTKH Uev. Thornis I'enrose, Sea Cliff and Brooklyn : Morris
fcrown. I'eun Van; Major Hurl, Mr. Barber, -Mrs. (iuion, Kindtrhook ; Mr. Saunders,
"BIMUtlT'S IHSKASK J. K. iou!d, Hudson : Mrs Jud.'e Van Cott, Caleb Morpn,
Mr. Barnes Mount Vernon: W. W.Sfeor, (Sin Sinj Mm Alderman, Mm. Hall, Mr.
Wilcox. Sow York ; lr. ii. W, I teal. Mr Berni. Mrs. Hero, Mr. .lame., Brooklyn.
1 LCt-UATlON OK TI1K 1ILADDKK-K. Colfax, Buff.lo; T. J. Cox, New lork.
What Mirpeou-O'-ucra; Wolcott and otu r prominent Medical Men fay about the
Uetheda Water. ,
MiLWACKEK.;ianury 1, If .3.
I fira Rratlnel t lind that the opinion nivcn by me, over two year ajro, on the
medicinal properties of the Bethesda Water, ha been fully attained and confirmed by
its use. in a van number and variety of cases, involving the urinary organs In many
nay in inont of such cases, I do not bositate to nay that it 1- vastly superior to any
other remedy known to the proltslon. E. 15- WOLCoTT. M. I.
We fullv concur in the above : O. I. Wo'eott, M.D; J. t. (iarnsr, M. L., Diabetei :
II. Xelowski, M. I ; J. M. Allen. M. I).
IlKi Lick Wr, in in ihraptoiic ipct, it dcertd Touic, Diurtli. Alterative aait Aprrirtit,
('inlyitiH Mt rntictwnc the blx. .ad uiulun( .very wrrrtiorxan nf the economy.
Ilr. It.Un 1'cter, ditiwru:hed nalyt,i
vlit and sulphur ofire )"t frequent, compjrutivflir. in oiir blu. lloiestone rt; but .mon
t'.i the i;.riiis of this u.mre, known at present, on thi. lorniation, in Kentucky. N"De ate o rali.ab.eaml
rrmjitatyic, u many ic.xt.i'., th-.se of tlie lorr itlue J i. k
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
The water of the Kkci Uior i-prinfrb invaluaMe. remolntr and prevr utin.', I ) Ut
i erienl and alterative cderts the im ipiwnt forma of diseace. ...
It U highly rccomiiiended bv Uie m v-t eminent pbyieians and i ned with great
tuccens in the treatment of Pvtpcpsia, Contipatlon of th bowels, Affectionn ol the
I. iver aud Kidneys Kevers Scrolula, Cutineoua lieae, V.U:. It it 'o an excellent
roiuedy tor the lltadacbc. and a pleasant and healthful beverage.
Mineral water liequently preirnt mwllcinal lrtu, io Ihe.r use, whjth cannot t ircnubt.l o th
pr-.rtirt a( the in-ciienii wi-.it har shown hyanalysit.
All of th bcv Water for aaie ou draught in Bottlea, by tha Gallon in
Jugs or Keira. or by tba Barrel by
BARGLAY BROS., Druggists,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO.& CO.
NOS. 266 I 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
WK AUK SI'KUAI. AtiKVTS KOU
AMI HAVE A M il STOCK OK
AMI AS KSDLESS VARIETY OK
Ladies' Kine CoM Watches
l.olit Neck Chuind,
ilver Vest C'tiaini,
Na I kin Uitig4,
Uuld Tooth I'ti as.
UoM Watch keys
Coral SeU aud KinK',
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
rf-Kverr one vlaltlug CHICAGO .hould cull at
BOCEETY, OFJNE YORK.
On the Savings Bank PlanJor Your Own Benefit;
Or LIFE or ENDOWMENT
Coffe I'rna ,
1 up and UubleU,
Ojiera Glabse, Ac
our establishment aud examine our Oood-w
i isr t
FOB YOURSELF AND FAMILY
PAID EVERY YEAR J
I 4,518,012 42.
E. A. BURNETT, Agt
BRISTOW TO GRANT.
V?aaniMOT(i!r, .luly 18. Secretary Hii
tow's reply to I'rctident (irant, dated New
York city, .Tuly IMth, nay In r i:rird to the
President' reijueht that be testily fully :
"When I appeared I elore the committee
last week. In obedience to their Miinnions I
rcltiHed to nrjsW,.r any and all uenion
which required me to Mate any conversa
tion between you nn t tnysetl toticbintf olti
elal matters, whether nuch conversation
took place at a incetiiiK ot the Cabinet or
at any time, yiiM, however, tj the taai
in it lee that no lnl:reiico adverae to any onu
.Hould be drawn from my refusal to answer
their UC'liuiis I took the position dis
tioctly that I considered a I convtTn:itionH
between tlio I'realdeiit anI Head", ot le
pirtmentson ollicirtl matter, contidtntial
and piivilemd; and that tlie privilege i.
itel not o much for the protection of
panic, immediately concerned a lor the
interest of the public wrv ice. li 1 wa
right in tliii View of tbia matter, it now
aeema to follow that that privilege rannot
be waived by either or both of the purtieH.
Indeed, I said to the committee thai I
would not be at liberty to answer their
questions with your consent, although I
have hail no opportunity to examine au
thorities ou tlu subject. I am "till ol the
opinion that the public duty 19 treat Mich
conversation as confidential and privileged
i not removed or modiccd by your consent
that I abould make full answer to the rjuei
tioni. If the privilege was merely personal,
it mlfbt be waived; but I place it on
higher grounds I respectfully un,'et
that the appearance of the feveral headx of
department before a committee of congress
to tetdify to conversations between the
President and themselves running through
a period ef ninny months, wouid almost in
eitably lead to di.cloaurea of diflerences
of recollection and present to tbc country
tinxeenuy conflict to which I coul'j not
willingly be a jiarly. lle.ldes. It seems to
me that nuch au inquiry by a committee of
congress, tends to the absorption if not
complete destruction of Kxecutlve power
and to the establishment of a purely legis
"In any view I am able to take it teems
tonic that duty require me to adhere to
my announced purpose not to answer the
questions propounded to ire by the Com
mittee. I bei' to remind you that mv
opinion on this aubject wa repeatedly
stated to ou and the members of your
cabinet, aiid. so I understood, with our
and their appro;. Mv withdrawal from
he cabinet docs not alter or modify my
uty in tin reiipeet, nor have mv own
iewii undergone anv tb.mj.'e. 1 hope I
wili not be recalled by the committee, but
should they tee proper to call me acain. I
annot consent, as at present advi.-nl. to
testify to conversation had with the Presi
dent on otlicial business, tvith great re-
pect. 1 am your obedient aervah,
JJ. H. Uiuviow.
Doe A Kirt Ile A Xwlural lleatli?
(Kiom John Bunouh's Bird-Medley," in
tue .viiu-ummtr noiiaav number" or
It in the opinion cf some naturalists that
birds never die .That Is called a natural
death, but come to their end by rime mur
derous or accidental mean1) ; yet I have
found sparrow and vireos In the fields and
woods dead or dyine, that bore no mark
of violence; and 1 renumber that once iu
my childhood a red-bird fell down in the
yard evhau-ted and was brought in l.y
the jjirl : it bright ccar'et image U indel
ibly stamped upyn my recollection. It is
not known that birJn have any distempers
like the domestic fowls, ,utla'.v a social
sparrow one day quite dlialled by tome
curious malady, that suur'ded a dinca'e
that sometimes attacks poultry; one eye
w ad nearly put out by a tcrofuloiis looking
sore, and ou the list joint of one wins there
was a large tumorous or fungous growth
that crippled the bird completely, on an
other occasion I picked up one that ap
peared well but could not keep its center
of gravity when in flight, and so I' ll to the
One reason why dead b in I s and animals
are so rarely lound is that on the approach
ot death their instinct prompts theiu to
creep away in some hole or under some
cover, where they would be least liible to
(all a prey to their natural enemies. It is
doubtful if any of the game birds, like (lis
pigeon and grouse, ever die of old age, or
the Herai-guine birds, like the bobolink, or
the "century-living" trow; but in what
other form can death overtake the humming-bird,
or even tho swift und the barn
swallow? Such are true birds of the air;
they may be occasionally lost at scu during
their migrations, but, tio far as'I know,
they are not preyed upon by any other
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 190 Commercial Avenue
f 'ttiro, IIUiiuiH.
AiKsirw-HS m.'iile on t'unsiL'Diuents. Alw
itracU ot Titles made, Conveyances and
Collections attended to.
Attention to business, and liemlttancca
Aurtlou Knle Every Nnlurtlasy
Mo ml ii ir,
Junction of Broadway, 7th Avenue and
NEW YORK CITY.
Three Hlocks west of (iranj Central Depot
near the Elevated llallroud, and but twen
ty minute from Wall street. All modern
Improvements Hates $t per day. Lib
eral terms tofumalies
CHA8. E. LELAND, Proprietor
Of lleleiau House, Albauy, N. V., uud
Clarendon Hotel, Kuratoga. 77-l.'m.
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
190 w. m si, mmkti 6.,
Are authorised to contract for advertla
lar in this paper.
Iitinate f uraiihed free, lend for Circular
rom t teak bi forf. the rmuu
DR. C. MLANE'S
: t L E II R A T K U
"K ma ctai or
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
IjYsWTsIA AM) Sit K HKADAC1IE.
Synifttoms of a Diseased Liver.
1).IS in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side ; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt tinder the shcikler-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and i sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affct ted with loss of
appetite and sit kness : the bowels in
general are ro tive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
with j ain, accom a iit.il with a dull,
heavy sensation in the ba.k part.
There isgenerally at oiiMilerableloss
ofmemory,ar:comp;.nied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which mght to have been
done. A slight, dry t ough is some
times an attendant, j The patient
complains of w eariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that exerc ise would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but case?
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been cxtemively deranged.
AGUE AM) I LYLR.
I)k. (,'. M'.Lanl's Liver Pills,
in cAbEs or A vi. and Levlk, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can lc used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. Vv'e
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
Tor all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaltd. BKWARK OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr. C. Lake's
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Pjlls.
Tlie genuine ..M.' Lane's Liver
Pills lear the signatures ol C.
M. Lane and I leminc; Bros, on the
Unj" lnMsi on jour druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. MVLane's Liver Pills, pre
pared bv Hcming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all re-pcctable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To thrxe wM.in to pi.e fin. C. MLani'
Livkk Puts j !n..l, r will mul (to-t pa.it to any
pi.rt .-.f the t inted Mates i-r.e lot cl ViU Lil
len;y live cents.
JLEMINii ERtlS.. Kttaurh. P.
Win. 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 Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea
ALSO, KEALF.K.S IN
ANI OTHER rUOPfCE.
,, 70 hikI 73 Vine hi reel, VIS., O
J. II. OI'.KHtV.
A. W. rVATT
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. W, PYATT t3 CO.
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOR
Bulletin Bulldlntr, Oor. Twelfth Street
and Wasblsirton Avonue,
tf-C'ouuty ami KailroadWork 8ciulty
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la tlie Urand Old
LINIMENT, Which has stood the test of 40
Thero'is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magic touch.
A bottle costing 25c, 60o. oril
has often saved the life of m Human
Being, and Bestored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
STB ATT0N & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER OO
57 Ohio I.vee.
HOX and BASKET CO
All kin. Is (tarI nt soft.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sic
Mill aad Trd.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Ami tealer In
H. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'ECIALttntioi t;iven tocuasigumepU nj
tilling: orler. '
So 80 Ohio Lrrec.
T fl tf.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evans-
vule, LouiBTiue, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant sliltvwheel etcami'i
Hex IIowaud Muster
WiLTXH B. rLNXLHUTUK... CllTi,
Will leave Er.nsville for Cairo every TL'ES
DAY and t ItlUA V at i o'eloek n. ni.
Will leave Cairoewrf WEO.N'KSIJAY anl AT-
I til) A 1 at tf o'clock p. iu
Each boat rnakea close connections at Cairo
wita flrst-cUss itearoers for St. Jouu, Mvm-
pbts anil ew Orleans, and at tvansvtlle witn
IkaL1 J. t ' If U A...lln.ilnliA.lk.n.l lujl
and Willi the Louisville Mail Steamers foall
points on the L'pper Ohio, idviua- ttiroutf li re
cei ts on freights and iniuseiiKers to all )uiiits
for uitlier information apply to
SOL. S1LVEU, l'assenfc'er Agent.
Or to ti. J. UKAMMEU,
duperiutrudfut and Gvnerul Ereilil Ageut,
I'l-a-iiu-lv. Evansville Imiiuna.
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture hla own Horw Sboea and
can Aiium Oood Work.
PATRON AGE bULlCl mo
WHOLEflALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITV.
Good Sold Very Close.
Oorsvt teta St. and Coauaarolal A,
C. 0. PATTER 6 CO.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
tV.P IIALLIPAY, President.
IIEMtV L. IIAIXIUAY, Vice Trest
A II SAEHHUI, t Adhief.
WA1.TEU IIYsLOl". As't Cashier.
Staats Tatloh, n it. Crr!tiAM,
L. Haxlidat. . I. lUt.t.iDAv.
it. 1. Wll.LIAM0!. STirillN ItlHO,
A . 1". SrruitK,
Exchange, Coin and United States
uonas liougnt ana soia.
DEPOSITS recelvnt and a general banking
E Itross, Presiilent.
r. SeU, Vitje I'res't.
II. Wells, Cashier.
T, .1. Kerth, Asst. ash'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
l!ros, Cairo. Wm. Klnjre, Cairo.
vS, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Caint.
, StiKiiiiaa, Cairo. It 1.. IlillinsrHley, t Ixllls
Under, t aim. II. Wells, Cairo.
F. II. llrlnkinan, M. Louis.
Uritfial Bnnkinff nn.lne. Hone.
t"Exchnire sold and bouKht Intereet paid
n the Savings Ieutrtment. t olUvtious nuule,
Ld all business promptlr attendeit to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. U. SAKKOKIJ, Prebldetit.
8 W. TAYLOR, Vine Preside ut
W. UVsLOl', hec'r aud lreasurer.
D i hi tors:
P.W. Babclat, Cua. Ualiuhkr,
r. M. PiTOCKrLKTH, l'At'L G Hcnvn,
ft. H. CCSSINOHAM. II. L. liALLlUAY,
J. M Phillips.
INTEREST paid on AeposiU at the rale ol als
percent per annum, Mareh 1st and Septem
ber 1st . Interest not withdrawn is added inime
liately to the prinrijial of tlie deposits, thereby
iviux inem ctimuounii interest.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit money ana no one
else can draw it.
Open every buslnessday from 9n . m . to S p.m.
-aturlMy eveniuis fur savinirs deposits only
rom ti to b o'clock .
W. HYSLOP. Treasurer.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
i.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
HTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
xtonth or year, at uniform rates.
CaIKO city coal compamt.
r"l-Hulliday Bro.'a office. No. 70 Ohio Levee,
tt-llairidav Uro ' wuart boat.
J"M Egyptian Mills, or
tJ-At the Coal Dump, foot ef Toutr-Kigktb
tJ"Pot Offioe Drawer, m.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CAN DEB
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Bask Building, ap-stalri.
?he Oldeat Eatabliahed Atrency In Bout
rn Illinois, representing qtst
165 000 000
SORTS SWX OF KlQRTB 8TXEE1
Betw WahlBArtMs 4 OasamaraU
I leading Journal of Southern
Wllliteadrastly oppose the policies ot to
Republican party, and retusn to be tram
tcelled i.y the dictation of any clique in the
It beilevcs that the llepublican party nas
u'.nlled iu mission, and that the Demo
irallo party as now organized shoulci bare,
itored to power.
It believes the lUdlcal tyranny that b.
or several years opproseed the otitb
ihould be overthrown and the people ct ui
Southern Sttite pormltted to control tfceu
wn a Hairs.
It believes that railroad corporation
ihould bo prohibited bv leglslaUve etarU
cents from extorting and unjust'y draennv
natlng In their business tranractlous witb
It recognizes the ctjimli y o be
lore the law.
It adrocates tree ootuiserce tar Id lot
It advocates resumption ot speite j y
ment, aud honest payment of the pub;lo
It advocates economy in the a lumiiUa.
lion ol public, affairs
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