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J. ih LYNOH'S
Hoal Estate Column
-AI.'XiiiuliTooiin'.y litnls ulro lot-,
Ii;mikc fr Ht. IauI frol'iTty.
A line n "il ne e on corner llalhntok
rnu' mitl 'I'wiiity-lliirtl Mr-ret, nt a
I In? mhiIIi liall c.ftJiP "Pilot" at
S vcral line room iii Wiuter' block.
--(i(i)d two Mory Itrkk tmitable for
H" ami office on Cotnniirciul nvrnuo,
xlwcn Klcvcnth mill Twt Iflli.
Drick dwelling corner Ninefoi nth
mmI I'oplar street.
Saloon and lixture, outuwet turn
r Eighteenth strttt ami Commercial
ix.mie, ut a bargain.
Dwelling house on t'rm itnt, we
t. tt'iishlngtou avenue.
Two buHincHft hotts ,' ' n Levee street,
love Eighth, f 20 eaeh
Store room on Commercial avenue,
vxt .to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two tory house on Commercial av-
nuc. Two tenements suitable tor bho
Store room, corner Twentieth and
I'p Malrs of liouwon Commercial av
ewu;, near lath Mreet. Suitable for
I welling, $3.
Teneim-ntH numbered 3 and 10
VlnterB How, 5 room each for $10
per month. In flrst-cla-s order.
Orphan Anyluui building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good tenant
More room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Itoorns In various parts of the city.
t'Oll LK ASK OK SALE.
Land, In tnu-t to suit, near Cairo,
We have this day sold to Mr. K. -'
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ol th Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
tLU ottlee. We bespeak lor him the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. His assortment ot
moulding 1 complete, prices beyond
eomietition ami be guarentee eati-fao
lion in all case.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1S7C.
tf Cairo Bulletin Co.
ltiHtiftftlou-Urnl rr I.nnrti.
Jaeckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia wiloon, corner of Twelfth street
and Washington avenue, excels all
others In his line of bn!nes In his free
lunehe. Every morning' at ten o'oelock.
Mr. Jaeckel spreads a lunch w bich would
do honor to any mloon in the land. His
friends should make a note of this and
gl ye h i m a eal 1 . 20-d 1 tn
J, tfurc Nlflahvaw,
4n Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
lashionable hair cut or a smooth have
or aoythlng else la the barber line. La
dka and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
For a smooth shave, a neat and f.is-h-ionable
haircut, or refreshing eh:impoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. The btt of perfuineriei and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this c-atublUh-ment
is the only out In the city, and Is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of cinstomor. tt
hits the larifer-t and finest stock of Boys
and Youths' clothing that has ever been
in airo. He can suit a child from four
up to any aire, at prices to mit the
500 pieces of prints, 100 pieces jeans,
.ViO pieces of muslin. New styles and
bent brands at the New York btore. Full
Ine of dry gooda. 1 l-2-5t
Mrs. Daniel Lampcrt will continue the
barber business of her late husband, at
the old stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. The shop
will be under tho supervision of John
I. a ui pert who Is a first-class barber and
luvites old and new customers to give
him a call. tf.
A ll rat-class runner U wauted at the
Delta hous3. Call Immediately. None
but a first-class one need apply. tf
Wanted SOO Men,
To call at the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder has a Urge
stock of Overcoats and Meu and Boys
suiu at prices to suit the times.
Mothers ranaeeur health for their chil
drea aud rest fur themselves by the une' of Cas
tor. perfect substitute for Castor Oil. It Is
aWluUly harmless, and in as pleasant to take
as honey. For Wind-Collie aour stomach,
worms or ronMipation, tor yomK or old, there
uuoltiinj in existence Ilka it. It 1 certain, it
i iteiv, II is rural).
Caked Breasts, Kbumatum, aria
tin, swelling, sprains, stiff Joints, burn
scalds, imisonoiu blue, and all Scab, bone and
muscle ailments, can be absolutely euro! by the
Ceutaur liniineut. Wbai tbe White Liaimeat
is for the human family tha Yellow Liniment
is for spavined, jf ailed and lame lion- and ani
Hauan's Magnolia Balm preserve
mid restores the complexiou ; removes
freckles, tart aud sallowness ; makes the
kin soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathairox makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turuiug gray. It baa stood
the test of 40 years. Is charmingly per
fumed and bat no rival.
rates or ADvr.Rrmso.
HA1I bills for adrrrtlsinc, are fine and pay
transient advertising will be Inserted at the
rate of tl 'O per riuart tot tbe first insertion
and .V) rents for each suWjtiPnt one A liberal
discount will be mad on standing nod did
For inserting Funeral nolii e II co Notice ol
meeting of societies or secret orders ffl ceits for
ttiareb, Nociety, Festival and Kopr notices
will only be inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be received at less than
M oeuts, aud no aiertiscmtnt will lie Inserted
fur less than tbn-e dollars rcr month
LOCAL BtfslSs.M SOTItfcs)
Of one square (S lines space) or mor, lu
sot ted In the, Ulllkhx rs follows : (le.s
than one suture counted ns n square.)
Oue Insertion per equare $ "j0
Two insertions i.r square. "3
Three Inset Hons per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 73
Tw o weeks per square - 2 30
One month per square 3 30
Special rates made on larg advertise
ments or lor longer time,
ASCALON LODOK, NO. 61.
Kniirht of rylhios, meet every Krl
ly nitflit at hall-pan I evven, in Udd
tellows Hall. Homt.
thni: ror CominanW r.
OAJ KXANDKK LOIKiE, NO. TlA.
Indejiendrnt OnlT of Md-el
lows, m t every Ihnrs'lay ninht
at hHll-f-t M'ven, in their hall on
JoininiTi lul ttrnur, betwem hlxUl and Seventh
tr t-ta .N. A, DavouK, N (i
r"1AIU KNCAMl'MEST, I. O. O. r..mte
in Odd-fellows' liall on the first and third
I in sly in every month , at half-past seven
A. Comikos. C I
CAIKOI)I)OK. NO. 237, A. F. 4 A. M.
Vj- Hold regular communications in M
acinic Hull, crner Commercial avenue
f Nanl f.iKhth stnwt, on the second and
'ourth Mundav of each month .
OHE WIGHT ONLY,
Thursday, November 16
Kroovrued Attraction I 1 he Knmient Actor
:io Van Wi
upji'irted by a
FILL DRAMATIC COMPANY
Itt-srrve I "vats
'eats now on sale at llnrtnian'a.
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 15. IW.
Leal Waalher UrpowU
CAUtO.lLL., Nov. It lrfTH.
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7 a m.
Sera-runt, Signal bervlcc. V. 8. A.
Bill Head) and Monthly Statements, pink
and yellow, at the Bvlletin office, tf
Hulnesa llonae for Kent.
The brick building corner ot Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason,
able terms. Apply to 11. F. I1lak . tf
A second hand Singer tewing machine
or sale cheap. Apply at Stewart A
Winters auction room.
Ladle Uolel Watrta.
For sale, a ladies Elgin hunting case
gold watch ; retail price $73 00, will be
sold for $35 ; 00 has never been used.
Arply to E. A. Burnett.
Mlver Ten et.
Oue Uogers, Smith & Co."s silver tea
set. Triple plate, 0 pieces, entirely new,
retail price $C0 00, can be bought for
$43 00. Apply toE. A. Burnett,
At M aider's.
The largest and finest Stock of Gents'
Furnishing Goods can be found at Ike
Waldcr's, corner ot Sixth and Ohio
Levee. 9-25-1 m.
For Bale or l.eaae. S"he ArliBtftou
This well known aud popular hotel la
now otlered for sale or lease, on easy
terms. For particulars inquire on the
premises. Titos, B. Ellis,
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for the Bulletin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by thepresldent or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bi'llit'lx Co.
For Sale at Auellon-Valuable Beat
deur fruiter! jr.
The property known as the McKeuzie
residence, situated on lots 33 and 31, and
15 and 16, block 53, In the city ol Cairo,
fronting 60 feet on Filth street and 50 feet
on Sixth street, now occupied by D. L.
Davis, will be 6old at public auction on
Saturday, November 18th, 1$7G, at ten
o'clock a.m., on the premises. This Is
one of the most desirable residences In
the city commodious, in good repair,
supplied with gas, and title perfect.
This property may be purchased at
private sale prior to 18th lust., by appli
cation to Samuel P. W heeler, where ab
stract ot tltla may be seen. Terms of
sale $1,500, cash in hand; balance on one
years time with six It cent Interest
Delered . nient secured by deed af
trust on uiises.
Wixteb & Stewart,
') tbroaeb. -
It is said that Octieral FfcU Micrldan
passed through thiclt.v for N'cv Orleans
on Monday night.
A Wood Walter
Wanted. A good waiter, ut Louis
Herberts rcstanraut. No one need op
ply who Is not experienced In the busi
A IMaogroeable liny.
Yc.-lciday was a cold, rainy, muddy,
and in every wy the roost disagreeable
day we have had lor many months and
It looks as it wiuter had set iu Inenrnt.
C lean a n Pin.
W'e an: happy to soy that we nevt r had
abetter stove than tho Ciiamlr 0.k.
The oven k high and roomy, bakes per
fectlytakes but little fit'-l. ( s-y to rout rol,
and clean as a piu,
Cairo, November 13, W;.
I hereby notify everybody not to let
my wile, Eliza Throckmorton, have any.
thing in my name, as I will not pay tucli.
U-U-3t Cba. TunocKMonT'iN.
There will be a rehearul ol "Mother
(Joo-c" at the residence of Mr. nnd Mr?.
Galighcr this evening, and all the ladies
and gentlemen who kike part in the play
are requested to be present.
Rabbi Drown, the lamous Jewish lec
turer of Peoria, who delivered no able a
lecture in Cairo la-t winter, passed
through this city for Texas on Mouday,
where he goes to till a number of engage
ments. Beat Ntove We F.T I nert.
After many years trial, we are satis
fled that the Charter Oak is the best
stove we ever used, and cheerfully testify
that it is the best adnpted to the wants ot
the general public of any stove la the
The Lad Ira.
(juitc a number ol ladies are in attend
ance at the sale of jewelry, etc., now go
ing on at Taber Brothers every night.
A portion of the large stock room is es
pecially reserved tor their benefit, where
thf-y sufl'er no annoyance from the crowd.
A I.en Tear Bull.
The young ladies of Joneboro are
making preparations for n crand leap
year ball, the last to be given during the
year, during the holidays. The girls of
Jonesboro know bow to get up a ball,
and It will be a big thing, you bet.
The St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern railroad now brings on an
average lour hundred bales ol cotton per
day through this city from Texas, which
goes to the eastern cities. It comes prin
cipally from Dallas, Sherman, Jefler?on
City and Houston.
A Chnritjr Ball.
The ladies of Mound City held a meet
ing at the residence of Captain William
llambleton last evening. The purpose of
the meeting was to arrange for a charity
ball, to be given at Stoke's hall iu that
village. The aflair wi'l take place some
time neit week.
The temporary incline of the Illinois
Central railroad company, at Filmore
City, was finished on Monday night, and
parties wishing to take sleepers here for
New Orleans will not hereafter be asked
to change cars. Trains run through now
wiihout change or detention.
A practical book-keeper aud account
ant debircs to take charge of a set of
books, or would do copying or wi iting ol
any kind at a moderate salary. Would
devote evenings it necessary. Address
W. V. P.. P. O. box 561, Cairo Illinois.
John ickers was not irivcn an
examination as it was expected he
would be, owlus to the nou-arrival of the
parties from Kentucky who are to file
bonds for him, provided he Is bound over
for trial. The hearing will probably
take place to-day.
All rliue toal.
Parties who may not wish to attend
the auctiou sale of fine jewelry, etc., now
going on at Taber Brothers, can pur
chase whatever they may desire at prime
cost during the day. Those who want
anything in their liae snould embrace the
opportunity now offered to get It.
To merchants and manufacturers. A
practical book-keeper, whoso evenings
arc unoccupied, wculd take charge of a
set of books at a moderate salary. Pres
ent posltiou a guarantee of efficiency
and responsibility. Address, lor an in
tcrvie w. Accountant, this office. 1 l-3t.
A Urainatie t lab.
We are informed that a number of the
ladies and gentlemen of this city are about
to organize a dramatic club. The society
will embrace the ladies and gentlemen
best known as gifted with theatrical tal
ent, who during the wiuter will give a
number of entertainments.
A HaeriUce of tloeda.
The auction sale ol Jewelry, silverware,
knives, forks, spoons, etc., now going on
at Taber Brothers, Is proving ruinous to
that firm. Goods, as fine as can be ob
tained anywhere, are going at prices far
below cost, but the sale Is compulsory,
aud there is no remedy for the sacrifice
that is lelng made.
Mr. Geo. Mittauer ot St. Louis, suc
cessor to the St. Louis piano manufactur
ing company, was in the city yesterday,
and favored the Bulletin with a call.
Ho has made arrangements with Mrs.
Saunders to sell his pianos in Cairo.
These pianos have taken thirty-four
premiums iu nine years, aud took the
first premium at the St. Louis fair this
year. They have always carried off the
prize when brought into competition
with pianos ol other manufacturer!.
The best and cheapest in the world.
Dr Bull's Congh Syrup only costs you 25
cents, and If it does not cure your cough
you can get your money back.
Aider midehce on MiietTMh (teet,
yesterday, fit 12 o'clock M.. Mrs. Annie
Pag, ol consumption. The deceased
was nn old resident ol Cairo, and very
ninth respected by all who knew her.
The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock,
to-day, from St. Patrick's church. The
remains will bo taken to Villa Hidgo for
interment. Friends of the family arc re
spectfully invited to attend.
Judge Birds police court ai very
quiet yesterday. Teonic Harris a col
ored lady appeared and compUiued that
she had tern "jutniH;J on." by three
other girl, ulso colored, named Belle
Brown, Harriet Lewis and Mary Valen
tine, and pounded her all up with a
wagon spoke, and asked that a writ be
made out for their nrmt, which was
done, but the offenders eoul 1 not be
found, and the trial w;i pitpriit.1 unlil
Aollec to uiM.-r.
Nuw Oiii.ea.ns, St. L. AC. K. K. i
Cutuo, Ills., Nov. 14th, 1870. j
lheiuclinc at Fillmore, Ky.. having
betu repaired and the transfer of cars re
sumed, shipments of bulk fricghts will
be received aud forwarded as before.
Kates to New Orleans 17 cents per hun
dred on pouud freights. Flour 37 cents
per bbl. Ilitc3 to Memphis, and Vicks
burg as low as by any oth-r line.
B. F. Hmi:, Freight Agent.
One Hundred and t'onla.
Henry Goyer, a colored man who has
been loafing around this city lor some
weeks, and making his home in a down
town bawdy house, was arretted yester
day morning and taken belorc S'juirc
Comings for trial on a charge ol vag
rancy. He asked a change of venue, ex
pressing the belief that the Squire would
not give him Justice, and it was granted.
He was next taken before Judge Bross
who gave him the full benefit ol the law
by fining him one hundred dollars and
costs. He Mas sfiven twelve hours to
Brackets, brackets '. Call immediately at
Variety Bracket House, just opened.
Designs entirely new from 25c. tip. Ladies
toilet brackets, bat racks, paper and card
receivers, slipper caes, match sates, etc.
Rustic frames, plain walnut, or mixed
woods, all work put up in four diflerent
style". Beautiful heavy moulding frames.
Orders taken for all odd sized rustic
frames, beautiful photograph frames, oval
racks, etc., all at bottom prices, Com
mercial avenue, opposite city shoe store,
Mrs. Swander's old store. Agents WRnted.
A Good Showing-.
Success is generally considered strong
evidence ol worth. Judging from this
stand point, the Equitable Life is fully
entitled to the conlindence placed In it by
the thinking business public. By the
late report of the Massachusetts insur
ance commissioners, (acknowledged to
be the strictest board in the United
States) the total amount of insurance in
force in lorty-one companies doing busi
ness in that state is shown to be $1,900,
085,301, ot which the Equitable carrUs
over onc-ticetfli. Mr. Cohen, general
agent, is now in the city, and large num
bers of business men are tukins advan.
tage of the opportunity to take out new
policies and changing old policies from
less successful companies.
Tbe "Iron Trail "
A spicy sketch, descriptive ol a trip
over the Atchlnson, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, Ecenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains,
by '"Nym Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic of the New York World,
sent free on application, together with
the San J nan Guide maps and time ta
bles of this new and popular route from
Kansas City and Atchinson to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mines.
Tbe finest line of Pullman sleepers on the
continent between the Missouri river and
the Rocky Mountains without change.
Special round trip tourists' tickets Irotn
the Missouri river to Denver at $50, good
to stop off at all points. Address,
T. J. AypEBsox,Gen. Pass. Ag't.,
Within the past few days, we have
been told of several promlucnt business
men who, It was said, were settling up
their affairs as rapidly as possible, with
the view of leaving Cairo. We have
made It our business to inquire as to the
truth of these stories, and take pleasure
In informing our people that there is no
foundation whatever for the Etatement.
We were told that the auction salo of
flno jewelry, now going on at Taber
Brothers, was made by the Tabers for the
purpose of getting rid of their stock, so
that the firm could leave Cairo and go
Into business elsewhere, but on Inquiry
we are Informed by Mr. Situ Taber that
this is also a falsehood. Instead of leav
ing Taber Brothers have made a number
of improvements in the manufacturing
department of their establishment, and
propose carrying on business just as
Tho Future ot tbe Jllsallil Valley.
Col. II. Lottner, former editor of Max
imilian's German journal in the capital
of Mexico, is at present iu our city on a
STbe gentleman, after having resided
many years in the States of Spanish
America, arrived two years ago In New
Orleans, where he had lectured before
the chamber of commerce ol that city on
the new business relations between the
States of Spanish America and our gulf
ports, to the satisfaction ot his audience.
An Invitation has been extended by some
of our leading citizens to Col. Lottner, to
speak on the commercial movement, di
rect trade, etc., between Europe and the
Mississippi Vclley, and the lecture on
that subject will bo delivered next Frl
day night, 17th Inst., at 8 o'clock punctu
ally, at the Atheneum.
If the intelligent citizens of Cairo, cjm
turn their attention from the all-absorbing
election excitement for an hour or so to
nr mnrfcrinl inferpta. vve WMiid invito'
thetn tn go nrxt Friday niht b the
Athcnctun, where tlm above mentioned
gentleman will lecture on asubjeit which
Is of so vital Importance to our city as
ell ns to all other cities In the Mils.
A ( aril to tbo Public.
On tho 1.1th iiibf., tho undersigned will
Mume, the general management of the
palatial'' Treniont House In. Chicago.
where he hopes to meet all of his old
patrons, friends, acquaintances, and the
travelling public generally. Especially
will ho be pleased to meet nil who msy
Ibit Chicago from Cairo, to whom he
will extend a roidlal welcome. We have
leased the St. Charles lor a torru of years
to E. It. Egnew, Ei., 01 Cincinnati,
who took possession on tho let day of
November. Mr. Egnew tan ircntlcrunn
rl large hotel experience, which ho will
at once put In nctive operation at the St.
Charle-. The bulldinsr will immedlatelv
undergo a complete and thorough reno
vation. I ho bed-rooms will ba refurn
ished with new and modern furniture.
and the entire house greatly improved in
all its oppointments The hotel will
continue to bo kept in llrst-class ttyle,
and second to none outside the city of
Chicago. We trust Mr. Egnew iu mak
ing Uiese extensive repairs will secure
the hearty co-operation of the merchants
and citizens of Cairo, and as far as possi
ble their patronage so that the St.
Charles may in tho future, as In the iiat,
be a source of pride, and credit to the
city ol Cairo. Respectfully,
1 1-11-Gt Jewett Wilcox.
MeWnrte'a nip Van Winkle.
McWade is not only more legendary
but more historical, as when ho comes
down tho streets of the village he observe!
on the inn sign Instead of George III the
portrait of Washington. MeWmle's dia
lect is pure, UU manner easy, natural,
and in the highest sense artistic.
Ills costume is characteristic, his stand
ard was different from Jeflerson, his easy
going reckless manner, all Indicate the
worthless boor aud sot, who was the butt
of the village ot Falllug Waters. Itse.
sential truthfulness to nature, to the modes
of the times "when George III was
King." and to the New Amsterdam Dutch
of that period, stamp It not only ns a
faithtul picturing ot the times, but as one
of the grandest plays on the stngo. That
McWade has made the most out of this
dramatization is apparent. The various
points, from the time when Rip 13 driven
out Jby the unrelenting vixen Eda, in a
pitiless storm, taking a fond farewell of
Steenie, to the time when he comes back
after the lone sleep m the Catskills, recog
nizes Stecnio, asks for Eda, prays to
heaven that he may join her soon where
"they lif long and beln happy ;" takes
part In tbe wedding feast ; produces the
old parchment with the agreement which
baffles Von Hector, and finally, after
"sworlng off and swearing on again"
times innumerable, he invokes a blessing
on his daughter, her husband, old Alder
man Knickerbocker nnd tho rest, and
hbpe3 they may "all lit long nnd bein
harpy," aN ar(J grandly worked out.
The play and player are well worthy of a
visit ot all who would see the striking
points of Rip ;Van Winkle, all of them
new and strikingly elaborated by tin art
ist of surpassing merit. Hundreds were
turned away on New Years, and standing
room only being obtainable.
Is lie n Democrat.
Ouly one white man casta Kepubik.ni
vote in the Barlow precinct opposite this
city in Ballard county, Ky., at the last
election. Ills name is Vickers, and he
shot and killed a negro, a neighbor ol
his, in Cairo yesterday. If he had been
a Democrat what a howl would have
been set up by the Radical press through
out tbe country. Argua-Journal.
"A little learning is a dangerous thing,"
Kings Pope, but a good deal of soap is a
good thing. At least, that's what the
innumerable users ot B. T. Babbit's Best
assert. Notice a man or woman looking
unusually clean and healthy, and you are
sure to llud them enthusiastic advocates
of the one perfect brand ot soap.
WAB DUMKTMtXTt RlVKll flKtOX, I.
huV. 14. IbiU. I
I'itubuxif .I !
St. Louis 12
nclovr hlgu water of t7
JAMES WAl PON,
SariceaQt, SUcual dervii-e, U S. A.
Steamer James Fisk, l'lidueah.
" Colorado, Viekhburtf.
Steamer James Fik, ruducah.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
John II. Ilanna. Xuw Orleans.
The John Ilanna, from Cincinnati for
New Orleans, added about ISO ton?.
The Celina put off CO tons of pi; iron
and four coops ol poultry. f?he went
back to Nashville, liht.
The Colorado added Co tons of iron
and soiro other freight ou the way up.
The Atlantic and bare added 150
tons for New Orleans.
The Charles Morgan got I V) tons ol
T he weather was cold and a drizzling
rain fell nearly the day.
The elesaut steamer Grand Tow er for
Memphis and Vieksburjr, and the City of
Helna for SU Louis, are due to-day.
The City of Chester was due Iroin Ht.
Louis tor Memphis last night.
The Thompson pean and Grand lie
publio are making things lively between
New Orleans and Mmphpv and in any
river meu pre4k4 lujt U freight between
them will; prow very unprofitable for
The John F. Toll leayci St. Louis to-
day for New Orleans nnj will 1 here
to-morrow. Parties having Fonlhrrn
freight should t ilv notice.
The line Anchor line freight and pa
fCDgcr steamer Ste. Gcnevitvn, leaves St.
Louis this nfternoon for Memphis and
Yickburg.nod with good lin k attending
her, she will be hero to-morrow.
C. r. linnkcl'o Slitter Wln or Iron
bas never been known to full in tUo cure -f
rteaknee, attended with syniptonis ; iri'lli
posiiion to exertion, lost of meciorv. lii!i-
cully of breathing, central wo,iknpi, horror
ui unca-i, v r 1 1. iitr mi u r iii im n;;. nreii'i-
lul horror of ilcutli, ciht sweat, cold feet,
w&kB(!, dionifcM of vision, laniruor. uni
versal InsMlude of the uiuculHr sy.'tem,
enormous appcutfl wua iiyM.fptic tynip
toras, hot luiifl", flit. Lin.' ol'tlia boly, ilry.
tms cl' the tkin, pallid cquntennrcq mid
eruptions on ttie face, purily in; the blod,
palu In tbe bark, lienvineKH ot the cytlkN,
frenuent black: spot flying before the eyes
with temporary tuohion and los of eight,
want ot attention, eU:. These symptoms
all arise from a wvaknc. and f r. mcdy
that, ue E. F. Kunlcl's Hitter IVine of
Iron. It nover tail. Thousands ure now
en.joyinjr health who hav ued it. Take
only E. F. Knnkf l'a.
Heware of counterfeits and liao Imita
tions. As Hunkers bitter Wino of Iron is
to well known all over the country, dm s
.:it themselves m&ke an imitation and trv
to fell It oil to their customers, when they
call for Knnki Ts Jitter Win of Iron.
Kunkei's liit'er W ina of Iron is put up
only in ft bottles and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on tho outicc with the pro.
prietor's photoerapb on thfl wrapper ol
eaeh bottle. Always look for the photo-
rraph on ihc onts-iitij, nnd you will always
t ure to iet the i,. niiine. (inn dollar pvr
liottie, or rix for f.'i. fcolJ by lrugiis nnd
:ealei s cvitvw here
ALL WOUM-i KEMOVED ALIVE.
K. F. Kunkei's Worm Synip nevrr f;ii:s
todeitroy l'in St-nt anl muiii:uIi Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only HUTotiil ph yician
who removes Tape Worm in tv.o hours
aiive. wilh he-d, and no fee until removed,
CommoD sen travhea thnt it 'late Worm
lie len.oved, a'l oilier worms can be re.uUiy
di'troved. S'i.d lor eiivu'ar to Pr. K..ii
kel, .Nil. a."ilJ North Xinlh street. Tliilad. 1-
phia, Pa., or call on your druggist sd 1 a-k
fur a iiottlo of KunkeTn V orm s.ru;i.
Price, i 1.00. It never laus.
fl,SD0 PHQFIT I P
Mfxde ary day in P:r.: and Cift's. Invest arcr.r'.'ir
to yrur mratu. ft 10, $ ) or in sTLK.K I'lilV
ILtlJl.S, hit brnuKlu a small f. nunc to ih csrrfnl
invet.r. We arivite when and how toOI'LK.WK
H.YFF.LY. liook With fu'l Information trnt tre
A'lureiioriiem hy mail anH t?p..iph to
BAXTER & CO.,
Bankers and xlrokera 17 Watt bt., N'.Y.
aasJal Events at the National Capital
AND THE CAMPAIGN OF 1876v
Just the book tor the lmiv. tiivr a lull hiMnry
of the National eitiutnland (iovernment. Miow
how the ifovernment has been mnnniteJ since Its
orirnuization. Explains how loli are put
through oonfrpMs. t.ives a Inll history of the
Whisky IVsikIh and Rtlknap Srnnlul. It (rive
the lives ffllrt pa. Wliwlrr. Tihlepi mil linn
drlciB. Grand chance for Agents. A(Mres.
H-17-ww .1. 11 UIAMItKUS, bt. Louis. Mo.
udt oit deai.i:r.
R. SMYTH & CO..
Wholesale am) IUrtall PmU-rs in
U IMIS OF Aljfi KIXIIN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovce,
MKSSH-". PMVTH A CO. hava lonstanily
a laree stock ot the bo-t K'hkIs in the inur
kot, urA pive egKial atteDtioo to I be " W.tnie
rniicti 01 iuc uusincss.
For uso in Siunmor and Winter.
MaVes clothea rlnan, swwr an.l viry white
WUIC'LI liulLI-Noor .-e'Al.Ul.N'e..
No Bough Hands !
No Yellow Clothes
No "Wash Eoilcr !
No Steam in tho IIouso
Guarante'1 i;nlr SX) pmal'y riot In in
jure cioiUcs, sml tujitrior tor Toiltt aud bliav
infr. mM at Stores, or a family Jisrkace will be
sent, exinv rhur;c prfjinnl on n.'itt til' one
dollar ami lilty cents. One rliut'Ie iltuler
wanted at every prnmiuent point as airent, with
wliom a liberal ajru-.rmeut will be mace,
T. H. BIDDALI,
autrlC-iUw'-'m Maiki t St.. l'hila
A Larger Stock and Lowor Prices
Tban ever for CASH.
r rniu Fifty cenU to Twenty-flvc dollar.
A lull line of late style cori-ett and hosiery ut
lower price tlmn ever iHl'ure oflueil in
Cairo. 4 iM straws ma'k over, or uLeu
in m-harfc'c fr uew gouls.
A full Srork of I-i'Uts Vi'ooli u a il l otion
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feathers, Flowers, etc. , of rverj vari-.-ty ai.d
ut all Trio. 4.
My stock Biust be closed out, and I w ill itive
IllV cll-toliii r. lrtlfi buruuiii" limn ever oll.-ie-t
before AlKs. - MXfc.V.V.
is. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
tVall Paper, Window GIobs, Win
dow Shades, bo.
tlwsys on hand, tbe celebrated illuminatliiit
BroM' X3va.lXcl.lxi. ik
Corvsr XUvantb Bttt ad WMhiaf
i B us:;
(3: If place 1 !a a lino, C-w)
is mm of
SOLD DURING tiie YEAR 1373
I.VI KY STOVH t.
t HllVsWlilrillij lloiiHULUItllS
Wliercrf r f rr nr -;. t
Is Ahtiit!!? 1W a M
fi:u xiw sizr.s
Nos. 37, S8, S3, 47, 48 and 49
.Are a M irvt-lons I'mnbinition i ('
And ail tin- f;c;rual rolntathut go to Make u;i
Most Perfect Ccokirg Stove
i:cr or.errd to ll I'u'ilic.
Made Only by tlii?
Excelsior Kantfcciurirn o.,
No?. U. r.n, eto ana at N. Main St.,
St. I.ouU, Ma.
C. W. HENDERSON.
CAIE0, ILLS. ,.
YTM. R. SMITH
Physician z Surgeon,
Oftli e In Winter's I'.lork. corner Si vi-nih hiiiI
Comiufrcinl Avenue, (entrauce on rv nth).
ItesulcticeThlrteeiitb street, wektoi'WashiDptuu
a en lie. ,f.
Tiu Hinua...! tivn I. h.1 t! A .11'...
iliuuniu'i. , T. VJ 111,1 1.11 Tl, ttlll, till, 'lOl.tll-
TTorth nf tl(.l4nnrw.r n(lvrtfillcr. nt nulit i li...'
rates Riven for 7U0. anl a thive inoutlis' note
ei-epwi in vrment frin aavertisersof re.pon
ibihry . A printr-il list, givlnir nuine. rlmracier.
ctual ilaily anil weekly circulation ami nrhPilule
atcaof advertialn?, sept tree tn auv a"Mre-.
Apply to Geo. 1. Unwell Co., S'fUfpnpcr
ierii.inn Ageuix, 1 I 111 a JtOW, . I .
ARE PAID S
liisahled in line of duty, it by
accident or otnerwise. rt.
WOl'KD of any kind, t!ia
loss of a i'lHRer or T, or
thp 1-n cf an Eye, a Itl'i'a
'll Ut,i( but siiBht. Rivea
fciivon. Disease ol I.ung
or Vnrlcoie ln cive a
pension. II O LAX V. If
uncharged lor wound, injuries
cr rurtnre, you se; fill boun
ty. reScnd U itar.-.ps Tor
c:. y cf Tension and I ounty
A-t. A'blrr.j all lettei
U.S.C.:'iii .' jnt, lntlianap-
t'.ii, lnd. tiTUn all Ictt-rj
mat it P. U. lies 5 .-
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO HAH AND BEAST
Is tl.o Cirant! Ulit
Which has ciooi tho test of 4.0
l'here is no eoro it will not Ilea!,
no Laraen?88 it will not Cure, no
Ache, no I'ain, that Afflicts tho iu
manbodv. or thjbodv of a, llorso
or other .L'omestic an mal, that
aoea not yieia to its ma'.o toucn.
A. bottlo costini? 25c, 60c. or 81
has often saved tho life ol a lruman
lieing. and Hestored to Lifj and
Usefulness ilauy a Valuable
ut ir? r
Wilis' Std Thin?
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