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IOJHsT . KVLUT,
orriCK t At mMm oa Ninth Street, .
twsenWvhtnatoa arcane and W a Inula
JU.t. KISIis ,
At the BnLtma Offlna. Cairo, llllool.
code m mm
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Fresh, Pure and Natural, as furnished by Old Mother Earth "FOR
this ujsaijInu ojt this w
from their Sourcea
B ARCIiAY BROS.
SIGN OF THE
bmm mm mm
Claim to be a specific In all case of Diabetes,
or in nscK ot Uie Hladder and uretnea, loflamatioa of the Bladder, Dropsy, Oouty
dwellings, Stoppage of Trine, Albumenurta, Kopy or Cloudy trine, Brick Dust Ie-
i.ou; ibick, Morbid, lilllou and Dark Appearing innt, with Bone Dust Deposit;
turning henoation with Sharp Fain when voiding trine ; Hemorrage of the K! Joey.
'" iu iui muneys ana i.ions, lurpi'i
There la no remedial agent known to
effectually at Bethesda Water. This fact baa been demonstrated wherever tbe water
ha been Bted according ta direction; wnieh can he bad an the General Agent' by ap-
inirBiion t"i wis-m. i ne waier t sweei ana
Hours, wny snouia any one suffer while this water is ao easily obtained f
GT DB. II A WLEY HEATU, o( 200 Uroad way, e w York, give the following IM
wi i covai cures wimin m practice :
Continuation of cure by BETHEsD A. SPRING WATElt, after tbe patlenti have been
prooounced beyond relief tliouuh they are not a tithe or those daily received :
BACCHARINE D I A H KTES He v. Thomas 1'enrot-e, Sea Cliff and Brooklyn ; Morris
Vrown, I'enn Tan; Major Burt, Mr. Barber, .Mrs. Uuion, Undercook; Mr. Saunders.
HKKiUT'S DISEASE J. 8. Oould, Hudson; Mrs. Jude Van Cott, Caleb Morgan,
Mr. Barnes, Mount Vernon; W. W. Secor. tsing PinjM Mrs Alderman, Mrs. Hall, Sir.
n. ui., oik 5 nr. t. m. iwai, nr. nemiK. airs, tferoz, nr. dames, Brooklyn.
I LCKKATION OK THE r!LALMKI K. Colfax, Buffalo; T.J. Cox, New Vork.
V hat ureeon-Qenera. olnott and other
I am gratified 1 find thai tbe opinion
medicinal properties of the Bel bead a Water,
it use, in a vant number aad variety of rae.
uun ui lura i-s-c, i uo nvi nsNiiaie i say mat ji is vastly enperior lo any
tber remedy known to the profession. IC. jt. WoLC'OTT. M. D.
We fully concur in the above : U. I'. Wolrott, M. P; J. t. Garner, M. I., IHubetel ;
1. Xelowskl, M. I) ; 4. M. Alien. M. I). ' . '
lilttc Iirk Water, in it llTiilic ..iccn, ia d-tttl u Tofclc, Diuralir, Alterative sad Aperient,
puntying ml emichiac lh Uom!. sad tlmui.tin every secretion organ of the economy,
Ut. Koben I etrr, hm di.tinxuuked mulyt, url
- Sline and tulptiur walrr are quite frequent, comparatively, m onr Wim llme.tnn matti ( but amotiKi
all the Spriniti of Uiii nature, known at preaent, on this formation, in Kenttu.ky. None are m valualociHl
rrnuiUUc, in many retpecu, a. thme ot tlie lower Blue Uck .
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
The water of the Excelsior Spring is mvaluaMo, removing and preventing, I y Ut
kperieof aud alterative effect, the incipivnt forms of disease.
It Is highly recommended by the most eminent phyi-laii, and Is tiued wltb great
tureens in tbe treatment of Dyspepsia, ConstipaUon of tbe Bowels, Affections ot tbe
i.iver and Kidneys, Fevers, ficrolula, Cutaneoua IMseascs, Etc. It is a'-o an excellent
t omedy lor tbe Headache, and a pleasant and healthful beveragre.
Mineral water frequently prcent molicinal virtues, in
r.pertie ctf the ingreilienu) wbkh arc thown ty analyi.
All of tbe above Waters for aaJe on drauo-bt in Bottle, by tbe Oallou in
Jura or Keira), or by the Barrel by
BARGLAY BROS., Druggists,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
NOS. 266 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
WE ARK SfKUAI. AGENTS FOR
AM HAVE A
AND AN LMiLKSS
I.a'lien' Fine Gold Watches,
tiolii Oners Chaiaa,
Mlver Vest Chains,
Nut f irks,
t.oia lootb I'lcks,
Unll Watch Keys,
Coral Sets aud Knifra,
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
als and Tools for Jewelers.
tfHvery on visiting CHICAGO should call at our establishment and examine our Goods
The Cheapest Prices is our Motto-
On the Savings Bank Plan
Or LXFB or ENDOWMENT FOB YOUBSEL7 AND FAMILY
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
SURPLUS, S 4.616,912 42.
ASSETS 129,089067 70-
. E. A.JBURNETT, Agf, .
atiohb. Obtained Direct
and Kept on Ice by
Inflauiatlon ol the Kidneys, Inflamation
uver, muigetuoD, calculus, and Female
man thet can cure the forairoinr deHii u
pleasant to ui tame, it can oe aan, at an
prosa nent Medical Men say about tbe
MlLWACKEX,;lanury 1, 1873.
eiven bv me, over two years ao, en the
ha. been fullr ailntained aad ennlirtnd hv
invohln(t the nrtriary orgaim. In many
their ue, which cannot lt accouatvl
TLL STOCK OF
I up and Golilt'U,
Ojiera Glass es,
X 3T T1 XX 23
or Your Own Benefit ; I
ffi.c, 33u.llotl.tx 33-o.lldlnr. Cotrx.r Twalftlv Stcaat aai
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1876.
The l lend Who Mnrdered Urn. Illnd
anaai at Helena, Arksnws.
Haywood Grant, who was executed at
Rome, Georgia, a few days ago, wa born
In Ohio, In 144, of free parents, but altcr
ward became a slave of bis own ai cord.
According to hi own eonfesion, be lind
murJercd several men. In tutto, while em
ployed upon a western river, on Ihc steamer
Totoinac, he killed a deckdiand with a bil
let of wood; some months later he killed
another deck-band on the Mcninct llo-toLa,
and threw bim overboard. Ue commiltcd
many thefts about tbii time, and oeit .mir.
dered an Irishman in Memphis, an J robbed
bun ol one hundred and forty dollars.
Then be stole a mule, and was scU to the
penitentiary and etcaped. In 1675 be wa,
tried fa Memphis lor shooting at a white
luin aud killing a pollceuiau. He was t-en-ti
nced ujrain to tbe peuitentlary for half a
liloetmu, and w as hirei out w ith other con
vkts to work, and escaped. On the twen-ty-fjfth
tiay of September, lstjN, general
Thomas C. HinJiuuii, late of the confeder
ate army, was brutally murdered. K clue
to tbe murder was ever found, though large
rewards were offered. Grant eonfefcsed
before bis death that he shot general Uiud
inan in tbe neck with an Enfield rifle. He also
shot and killed William U. H.tndxborough,
of Richmond, Virginia, in a Tennessee
town, but was never found out. As much
as twenty five thousand dollsr, iu rewards
were offered lor the arrest ol the criminal
who committed some of the crimes above
Tbe PoUl. Beetle la Ii75.
Tne yearly reports of Prof. Charles V.
Itiley, state entomologist of Missouri, show
bow practically valuable tbe labors of a eel
entitle man may be, and also how much one
itato can do for the whole country by fro
viding forscieniilic aid toils own people.
Last year Mr. Kiley was able to predict
that tbe Colorado potato beetle would not
do so much damage this year as lat. The
result has verified bis prophecy. Tbe sum
mer in Missouri ue says "was so exces-
sivelv wet that although tbe beetle was
abundant enough In tbe fprlng, it subse
quently became comparatively scarce and
harmless, and did not gain become multi
plied till after the rain bad ceased and tbe
third brood bad developed ; by which time
tbe crop wa sutiielentJy matured to be out
of danger. V ery much tbe same condition
occurred all over tbe upper Milippi val
ley country, and as there was an increased
acreage planted, Jibe crop throughout this
w hole section was larger and prices lower
than they have been for many vears. In
deed in some parte of Michigan, Ohio, and
Indiana, It hit baen difficult to dispose of
poiatoe at even twenty-five cent per
mmi mmt in mmi
hahi rA'Ti ar.Ks or
(Book and News Black a Specialty!
11 North Fifth S treat.
""t niknarv oi a 6Unor quality , irf-jn in;ulo
from lb. best iUKmlienUand under tbe oersonul
u)rrTiaiuo of a practical printer and pnruiruHn,
therefore we will Uunrautee Every Pound oflnk
sold to lie ol Superior Jet Black, Quick
Drying, and Entirely Free from Setting-
Our prices are front ao TO M PKR CENT.
ON kit than anv oUier luka iiiiiiiini in
the I'nlted Slates.
A trial ot" a sample keg will convinee any
printer thai be has been (utyiux nearly duubi
wlial he Kliould lor his Inks in times lutst. i'ut
up iu kega aud barrels to suit purchaser
Keystone Printing Ink Co.;
17 NORTH FIFTH 8THEET.
Dear Old "Yankee Doodle."
It !.. I. au. i. i. ... ...
ISI.rii,led 'l' ur,rl have tang and played ft
ST i ' wiaren.u to it, ana now nsv
J In sictiire-s arand and masterly production of art
SI ii -foa.'U'f di ,-T h tarig Inaf adorn. Memorial
j r.""e,i,n," 's aaiiyaomtrea D, thou,
nd. The cspyl, a fine chroma, and should adorr
a wall, of .ry Amarlesn home,
f mt found Kith your picture dealer, tend youi
der te U publisher, '
SIZE-lb,24lnch.,f r-",U,i"' 0
PHirE Rat email 11 nil, -j a
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE I
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la tbe Urttud Old
LINIMENT, Which has stood the test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
sVche, no Fain, 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, too. or SI
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Bestored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
nglinh Brumela. Three Dy and Inirraiu,
also, htsir Ca, pet, Velvet Ituga, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old I'lace
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets carefully packed and sent to any
part of tbe L'niUsd state lieu of charge
mEjraroR price list."
7-l-ly. J. A. BEND ALL.
rOKTT ft A HH MKrolte THE I'lllLIC.
SB. C. MiANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
fPIIC countenance is jule ainl
X leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circuinscribet.'. sjxH on
one or both cheeks ; the eurs become
tlull; thcpupihdilatc; an azure semi -circle
runs along the lowr eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, svclb,and some
times bleeds; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of tie cars ; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
and vomiting; violent pains through
out tiie abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; stools slimy; not
imfreq'iently tinged with blood ;
belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid ; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimesdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. MVLAN'E'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration , not capable of doing the slight
cst injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. MVLane's Vep.-
miilije Dears the signatures of C.
MU.ane and Fleming Eros, on the
DR. C. M?LANC3
These PilU are not recommended
a a remody f,,r "all the ills that
tk-sh U heir to," hut ia afflictions of
the Liver, nn.l in all Bilious Complaint.-,
Dyspepsia and Sick Head
uelu', or ili.iL-es of that character,
they Ktaiid wiihout a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Xo letter cathartic can le used
pi-t-paratory to, or after taking Qui
uine. As a simple purgative they are
UKWAUK OP IMITATIONS.
The gtriiuiiie are never t-ugar
Each box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVL ank's Liver Piles.
Each wrapjer bears thesignatures
of C. MrLAXK and Fleming Bros.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
tilulnwl in the Foiled
States, Chtisla, ami Eu
rope ; terms as low as
I hose of any oUu? relia
ble Jicuac. driwix.n-
deuce invted iu tlie Eng
lish and foreign angtinpfs, witn Inventors, At
torneys at law, and utlier Koliciitors, cupeciall
W th those who have hwt their raws rejected ia
tliphands oi other attorneys. Iu rejecUd cast-s
our fees are reasonable, and no chsrfre is inaile
unless we are succeSHful.
If you wants pat
)(7 or sketcth
"We will nu
eni.sena us a muai
th awl a
will male an
examinational the patent office, and 11 we think
it teuta)le, will send you papers and aJvicu,
and prosecute your cac. Our foe will be in or
dinaxy cases, -".
It Oral or written in matters
Kett, Ex-Commlsnloner of Patents.
Cleveland, Ohio ; O. II. Ketley, Esq., Sec'v
National Ciranxe. Louisville, Ky . s Ciiuimodor
. commix i
Injfton. It. C
nan i Aiuineu, i . a. n., nuiim
yj-Send Stamp for our "Untile lor obUun-
g I'aienia," a iiook oi au paKes.
Adilress : Lonia BafcTKfr A Co., Solid
took of AO paKes .
tors of Patents, Washington, D. C
icrtuei th, Caastlty.
Icprorti til CuaUt;
Lincoln Butter Powder
lioort I'ri-hh Uultcr all I lie Vear Itonnd
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
l.inoolu Butter l'owder is an entirely
liurinlcss article uiudc from a celebrated
Kiiylihh recipe, and now in dully use by
uiuny of the mot noted farmers in the
butter counties arouud l'hiladelpbiu.
In hot weather this l'owder makes butter
much tinner and sweeter than It usually is,
und keeps it from turning' rancid. It also
removes tho strong tlavor of turnips, garlic,
weeds, c'rn stalks, cotton seed, etc.; and
the increased vicld of butter much more
than pays thu trilling expense of using it.
35 (rets I'er fuckne.
Wholesale 1)kI'oi:HW: Market St.,
J. 11. OliKULV. A. W. fVAW,
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
-Am.. W, PVATT CO.,
BINDERS ANDBLANK BOOK
BulUtln Bnlldina. Dor. Twelfth Street
and Waahlnrtoa Avsaus,
IYCouDtv and RailradWork a rpecialtyj
STRATTON A BIRD,
A.OENT3 AlfERIOAN POWDKR 00
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds (hanl and soft,)
PLOOBINO, SIDING, LATH, &tc.
Mill aad Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
Na. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attantioi given to consignment and
No so Ohio Ievee.
i e tr.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The siefrant side-wheel steumer
Wali-sb B. Pksmnoton.. Mflst. ,
Ch ahi.ks Pcmninhton .clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEHXESUAY at
o'clock i. m.
The fleet steamer
t it. 'lllOMAS.
Leaves Cairo every SATL'flUAY.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with drst-chtsa steamers for . Eouia, Jdem-
fihisandNew (trlettns, and at Evausville with
be E.AC. U. K. for all joints North and East,
andwiththe Ixxiisrille Mail Steamers fossil
poinU on Uie Upper Ohio, alviuff throujrh re
ceipts ou 1're.iKliU und passengers Iu all puiuts
For urtber information apply to
bOL. MLVEK, passenger Agent.
1IAI.UOAY BltOS-'l a,
J. Al. i'HiUJPS, 'Mnts.
Or to U. J. GKAMMEU,
duerintendeut and tisnerul Freis-ht Aifent,
lo-J- Jo-lr. Eransvilla Indiaua.
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
litlVEiS AND COMMERCIAL
Mauufacturea hi a own Horae Shoes and
can Assure Good Work.
q PATRONAGE SOLICITED
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cls.
Oorasf lta 0t. aad Ouma&erclal At.
C. 0. PATTEB ft CO.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - $100,000
W. p. ItAM.IDAY, President.
m.NKY I.. IIAIXlIiAY, VicePrfKt
A It 8AKFOK1I, 1 aohier.
WAl.TEIl HVSl.t!'. Ass'l Cashier.
ft. 8TAATS TAVI.OH, ft It. CflOINdltAU,
II L. llALLlDAT, V. 1. If ALI.IDAT,
O. I. WiLUAMSdM. HTapna.f Bird,
A , B. SArroHU,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KPOS1TS received and a jreniTsl hnnkina
f Urns,. Prosiili-ot. M. Wells. Cahirr.
V. NelT. ice Pres't. T..1. Kerth, Asst. Hh'r
Corner Commercial Ave. aud bth Street
V. bross, Cairo. Wm. Kluire, Cairo,
f. Neff, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Sujiinku, Cairo. K. L. liilliiiKler, t. Iuis
V . (Hitler, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
f. H. Itriukman, Ht. liuis,
i Cenetnl Kiiiikinir lliiMliiean Done.
5"Exchanpe sold and bought. Interest paid
n the f-avinirn IH-pitiiment. Collections made,
nd all bu s in est rouutly attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY" NATIONAL BAN K.CAIRO
A. It SAFI OKl, Presid. ut.
U S TAVLOU, Vii frexuli iit.
V. IIYSI.G1', Sce'y and Treu-'urer.
P.W. liARl'LAV, CHAS. UALIUHSR,
r. M. MTOCKKLSTH, 1AI'L ii Sl'IIUH,
It. II. CX'NNINIIIIAM. 11. L. HALUbAV,
J. M. Phillips.
INTEREST puid on dejioHiU at the rale ol six
percent tier annum, March l:it and 8ptem
jer 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added imme
liately lo the )rincipal of the deposits, Uiereliy
(uliiit them comuouud iulerabt.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
clso can draw it.
f ien every businessday rroru9u.m. to .1 p.m.
ad Saturday evenings for saving di'itosits only
rom b to s o'clock.
W. HTSLOP. Treasurer.
IVLT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
ayTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
llulliday Itro.'s office, Xo. 70 Ohio Levee
'ilalriday Bro 's wliart'bout.
' A , Kirvntiitn Sf ilia
'At the Coal lmup, loot oi Thu ly-EiKblh
tfPunt Offlce Drawer,
T3 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Bank BulldiBg, op-tair.
?be Oldest Establiahed Aa-ency In Bout -era
Illinois, reprasvaUnaT ovsr
165 000 000
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STJtSKI
etw b; Waahiiurton and Ooanvsroia
t : , Avaaasa.a
I-cading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose tbe poltcle oi to
Republican party, and reluso to be tram
melled the dictation of any clique In tbe
It beiluves tbal tbe Uepublican part; ha.
ultllltid its mirsion, aud that tbe Demo.
tralio party as now organized should be re
stored to power.
It believe! the Itadlcal tyrauuy that b.
or several years oppressed tbe ?out
ihould be overthrown and tbe people r.l iu
Southern States permitted to control tbtu
It believe that railroad corporation
ihould be prohibited by leulslattve exacU
ments from extorting and nnjuftly dscnin
lusting In their business traupactlons wltb
It recognize the equality o be
fore the law,
Jt advocate free coiuuuerce tariff tot
it advocates resumption ol specie pay
meet, an t hone-it payment of tbe public
It advocates economy in tb a l.niolitra
tlon ol public aOalr
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I ho bulletin Kill publish ail tbe locai new
it Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign and General New, and en
deavor to please all tastes and interest aU
- T II K -
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subscriber lor tbe low price of
$1 25 PER TEAR,
fostsgf prepaid. It is fbe cheapest pape
in the West, and I a pleating Hrend
Visitor and Family Companion.
Canuot tail to see t e ut vaj , 1ut
uents offered bv The Bulletin iu tbe wa
ol cheap and profitable advertisements.