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H. LRYANT, M. D.
OKIOK: H until and Washington. Avenue
R8HlDXNCK;-Coruer Nineteenth and Wauli
yf II. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
OBI- 1 Commercial avenue-. Kisldetico corner
Fourteenth St. and Wtuluntfon v'iiuu, Cairo.
J)K. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orrn-r No. I'W Oommurclal Avenue, between
K'hfa and Ninth Street
W. C. .TOCELYN,
D K N T 1ST.
oFi-'IiK-Eii.'htli Street, near C'orimcrcia! Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE :--Wltu tin: Widow' mid Oorplians' Mil-
t u i' am Si i'-tv n
ATT ) ttXKYS-AT-LAW.
J INEvi.YU & LAX;5 HEN,
( FI'H'K-No. lnCnnimeroial Avenue.
poR METROPOLIS AXI) PADITAIL
The Ele-aut Sldewlieel Passenger Steiiiner ,
A.. I. 1UUU.
Leave Cairo every afternoon a1 3 o'clock, for
Vadncau. Metropolis and tt.ev landing. r'"r
riUt or passage apply to SOL A SILVEK,
(JAIRO CIT FE1UIY CO.
On and after Monday, June M, I tie boat will make
be following t-ip ;
LE.tVSS LEAVES LKAVES
Foot Fourth t. .Missouri La-.id'i;. Kentucky Ld'.
7 a. m. 7:'W a. in. 8 a. m.
H a. ro. (t: li) a. m. l'l a. n..
'.1 i. ni. 11:4" a. in II m.
i p. m. 2:30 p.m. -i p. m.
V p. ni. 5:tl p. ui. r ::J0 p. in.
a. in. 9:) a. m. 10 a. m.
:; p.m. S:iU p ra. 4 p. In.
RAIiliECUE AND DANCE. '
AND (1UOVE DANCE!
THURSDAY. AUGUSTS. ls;i.
A day of aumsetnent and fun alive. Evert bode
invited to cotno Tlie relelirated LIsCHNEH
-STKINii BAND, of l'nlaki county, has been en
ra.'ed for music. Also Ftyini? Uutchiueu and other
iinueenii'iitii C'oiue eveiylKidy, and don't you
f"rrU.M1' IlKNNKKIEI.il. PAT. SULLIVAN,
A J. A1.DKN, JOHN HOllOKS.
.lisa HiNKt.it, N. 11. TmKn.KW'ooii, .1, 11 Moohr
II l kle, Thistle wood
Farmer's Tobacco . U'ai oliouse
COMMISSION M ERCJI ANTS.
No. lis and 117 Commerce! Aveuuu,
(!A!I) II. Ii.
FryLiberal AdvKi:cenient made on CouhIuii
nieutn of Tiiliuere. Flour, and (irnin.
l-Ag' iit for (tear. M'ott tt Co. ttircctif nir nia
clnm'S, portable caw mill and t li ri-iiniiii eiiL'ttiec.
Air-nta forCliumploii liarvellny P'aclilliei'. tuoi:r
SI EAT JIAKKKT.
'umer WacbliiKtoH Avenue and Klylit Strvt.
AIRO, : . . HJ.lNom
, A full and contpi. t,. ,,;ay IV ).M f ul)
kiuut meat alwajnou hand.
An lniin'UMiitiH'k of Foret Tree and Ever
Ctill See.llii,, Fruit TreeH, alill Slll.ill
Kriilt, tliatmll be K,d clie:i:i r anil p'tckcil (belter
I ban at an; otle r t.hne on t!.e American continent
-AddruM, .1. C. l'INNEV,
, . t!'.ir-f J 'ay, 'Vn.
3 S g as i-M C H
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTE11ED AT TUK IW OFFICE IX t'AIHO, IL
LINOIS, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTKH,
official r-Arcn oi' alkxandkk county
Only Mornhiff Dally in Southern Illinois.
SWNAt OfFITg. t
Cairo, 111., Anitiim J).1H71I. f
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Minimum Temncriiiurc. T4: Minimum Tem
perature, 7i'; Katnfall, 0 si Inch.
8erj:'t Sljrnul Corp. U. 8. A.
IX AXI) AROUND THE CITY.
Read notice ot pony wanted.
Mr. Cyril! MarclilKlon w:w in the city,
Just arrived, m-w canned gfaids, tlii.s
season's packing, nt Pettis & Bihd's.
Mr. Harry Lcntz was ticketed, yester-
iay, for a tour tlirough Kansas nnd
'olorado. lie was to have left last night.
Royal Baking Powder, the best, nt
Pettis & Bum's.
- Antonio Raggai is effecting the need-
lul alterations in building Xo. 8-1, Ohio
Levee, nnd will open therm a first class
A fine loy to Mr. and Mrs. Aisthorpe
yesterday morning, was an interesting
icrap of society news, current during tlie
-Try our choice sugar cured hams,
breakfast bacon nnd shoulders.
Pettis & limn.
Michael Lynch died nt his home near
Unity, on Sunday last. He was nn old resi
dent of the county, a plain, hardworking,
honest man nnd a good neighbor.
Fancy family flour, cheap.
Pettis k Bum.
I). A. Norris, Esq., of New Haven, Ct,
is in the city visiting his cousin, Mr. Burn
(tt. Mr. Norris is traveling through the
west in the interest of the Standard Manu
facturing company of Pittsburg. Pa.
Daniel Boone, of Kentucky, unduly
'flooded his lower level'' Sunday ; but de
meaning hiniselt rather quietly, Squire
Robiusou felt called upon to charge him
only one dollar and the customary addenda.
A force of from forty to sixty men i;
kept constantly employed nt tlie govern'
ment work on the banks of the Mississippi
here: and, as might be supposed, is push
ing tlie work ahead with considerable
The fact that Hon .f. Milton Turner's
St. Louis property is advertised for sale nt
trustee's sale, seems to warrant the con
clusion that lie lias bejn bestowing more
attention upon polities and "work of
humanity" than 'jpori money making.
The case of sickness on Seventh street
about which there lias been considerable
talk, is an undoubted case of bilious fever,
contracted in the low-lands of Kentuckv,
where tlie young man was at work fur
c 'veral weeks, before his arrival in Cairo.
County Treasurer Alden made his ap
pearance on the streets, yesterday, on
crutches. It was his first appearance since
his fall, of a week or ten days before. His
injuries were much more severe than nt
Any person having a '"pony" about
thirteen hands high, safe for children to
ride or drive, one that is right in every par
ticular, and wishing to dispose of same,
may tind a cash customer by applying at
tiiis office, between the hours of on!' ami
tluve o'clock this p. m.
Hanny's attached goods were boxed,
yesterday, umlcr'tho direction of otl'ieersin
charge, with a view of storing them nwny
securely, until they can be otherwise dis
posed of. A careful, hard-working, econ
mical little fellow, as (.'hrissy was, his
business misfortune tire quite surprising.
The members of the Mystic Kit. w, with
their invited friends, will join in a social
dance in the Mystic hall, Thursday even
ing next. Wecni) safely as-time that all
who attend will enjoy themselves. No
reunions among Cairo people mv more suc
cessfully or satisfactorily managed than
those of the Krcw.
Sheriff Hodges, ('apt. Johnson and Mr.
Pat Pitzgerald returned from up-country
Sunday morning. The last named gentle
man lias made valuable acquisitions to his
herd of horses, adding very materially to
the attractions of his already populur
Mr. F. (Jilhcrt, Esq.. retunicl home
from Salem, where he had been giving at
tention to law matters for several days, yes
terday morning. William li. Gilbert is still
!.. r n.: t .1
in vincngo, i.iKing me invigorating hreees
that come in off lake Michigan across Lin
coln park which rejuvenating pastime
lie will probably prolong eight or ten davs
Messrs. J. D.Buckley A; Co. have es
tablished themselves in the family grocery
business at the corner of Twenty-eighth and
Commercial, and offer to their customers a
carefully selected stock of fresh groceries
and choice edibles of every description us
Hiialiy found in first-class family supply
stores. Tlicy nre clever, honorable gentle
men, nnd we bespeak for them a liberal
satire of the patronage of theii neighbors.
They will be found lib-ral dealers nnd
't'':i::!t g nt'.uutii,
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKMNH, AUGUST
Young Kochlcr's injury was Inflicted
by the point or "toes" of the dying minimi'
hoof, nnd we so wrote it; but one of the
careful nnd accommodating young gentle
men into whose hands our mitmuscript fell,
not comprehending how the point of a hoof
could detach a ligature, substituted the
word "knife." He is one of .the number
who believes in subordinating facts to
The colored Masons and Odd Fellows
who marched through the streets, yester
day, behind the Comiquo brass 'band, had
just returned from Paducah, whither they
had been to attend the funeral of
a brother, who a few days
previously had met a violent
death. The turnout numbered only about
twenty five members, nil told.
The 'committee" informs us by postal
card that a majority of the editors of
Southern Illinois, have signified u purpose
to spend a week at Dixon Springs, assem
bling thereon the 1st of September. Un
derstanding and commisserating the iuipi -
cuniosity of the fraternity the proprietor of
the Springs has put the price of board nt
if 1 per week.
The steamer Lucy E. Gastsell, formerly
of the White river trade, came up opposite
the city, yesterday evening, and wanted to
put ,otl' two or throe negro passen
gers, but our authorities deemed
advisible to refuse them domi
cile in Cairo. The refusal to permit them
to land will probably keep them out of town
a day or two, in nny event.
Saturday evening a teamster drove up
to the vicinity of the Egyptian mills, with
fight in him as big as an elephant; and
meeting an individual against whom he
held a grudge, pitched in and gave him
rather a severe belting. Not fully satisfied
be instituted search t-.r somebody else to
batter, but not finding the right man. he
desisted, and left the premises. A warrant
was sworn out for his arrest, and the trial
will probably come oil' to-day before Squire
the Miawneeites have a mania, it
would seem, for free sightsibutmake them
selves conspicuously scarce where ''to see
costs money." The Herald speaks of the
appearance of tlie New York minstrels in
that burg and of Frank Herbert's free ex
hibition on the tight rope. At the conclu
sion of his performance Frank extolled the
minstrel show, and urged everybody to
invest a quarter in a ticket. "They till
went," fie Herald adds "home, well
pleased vtkh tlie performance en the tight
Workmen were engaged in the; work
of demolishing the olel Bauuigard house,
yesterday, and will soon have tin- pestilen
tial old structure foieveT removed from the
sight of men. There were filth ami vermin
enough in the old nxikcry to stock a Rus
sian army. As the title to the lots has
passed to a clever enterprising resident of
the country, it is probable that he will at
or.ee improve it by ere cting a lecent build
ing thereon. It would be a good location
for a family grocery.
The object of Sheriff Hodges' mission
abroad was to convey young Herbert to the
Retorm school at Pontine. If the young
ster is not inately bad. the rigid, moral l:s
cipline tif the' institution, with the enforce d
application t work ami study may effect
the- thorough change that is honed for. Ui.-
iler.itiinding that the us- of tobacco va-
forbidden, the lad threw away his "quid"
when he came in sight of the institution,
and biehling tobacco good bye until he was
t tree: boy again, commence" I nerving him
self for the euw'e d that was just ahead of
The St. Louis Times-Journal was sohl
on Saturday hist, but not uinlcr the trust
deed. The note upon which elefault had
been taken was paid by Mr. B. M. Cham
bers, who straightway sohl the concern to
Mr. James P. Beck, i St. Louis lawyer.
Mr. Beck assumes the payment of nil ih'bis
and mortgage s, amounting tei about fV).
000, mi l nt once installed Mr. A. S. Mitch
ell, as managing c-elitor. displacing Messrs.
Hume and Walcott who st up a claim to
two-fifths of the out-lit, and who will at
once commence Inwing tin- eonccrn tbr
"their rights." The paper will maintain
an independent tone in politic.
While Miss Aela Lustry was .passing
along Eighth street, about six o'clock ; c
terday evening, n stick of wood to which
the Herbert tight rope was attached, fell
from a second story window, and striking
the huly's h'g that was thrown forward in
the act of walking, injureel her so seriously
that she hail to be helped into
a convenient building, ;m (Venn
thence to her home. The i :ict nature
ef ln r injury we eliel not learn. Had the
stick struck her em the le ad it wemhl,
most likely, have killeel her on the spot.
Miss Lustry is the sister-in ! iw. we under
stand, of Mr. John Jones.
Friends of the Hon. Willium llartzell
hope to effect his nomination m ..xt your, as
the Democratic candidato for congress.
While yet smarting under the stiirg ,,( j.,st
full's defeat, ami while searching nhnut for
somebody or some, cause upon which to
charge that elisaster, not a few of the more
prominent Democrats, held Mr. II. ropoii
sil le for the iiiiexpi'cted result in liundolph
county. The soreness thus oiT!isiou(.d has
passed off however, ns a n . deliberate
study of the situation liscloM , tu. flu-t
that Mr. H. nor any othe r inm cmM hnve
brought idiiiut n different n -ult, hint lie
woiiked as man never be for,. v.i-i jn a
political contest. This being true, and it
also being truo that Mr. Hartze-U's predc
ccssor and successor were Republicans, his
name as a probable candidate next yenr, is
becoming quito conspicuous. The Bul
letin has no favorite, in advance of the
convention; but this much wo can unel will
say, that if Mr. Hartzell is the nominee, no
paper in the district will lend him a more
earnest ami enthusiastic support than will
Tim; C.wito Bullhtin.
Jasper Hutchinson is the owner of an
extensive coru-ficM on the west siele of the
city, and ns he bestowed upon it many a
hing, hot day's work, last summer, he is ex
ceedingly anixous that the crop shall inure
to his advantage. He is averse, therefore,
to sharing it with the hogs, and especially
with mischievous hogs "that bite oil" nunc
thnn they can chew." That the hogs, un
assisted, effect an entrance to the field, he
eloes not believe, and he doesn't believe it
because he saw a negro man in the act of
lifting the rails from his fence. If, nt that
very instant Mr. II. had lifted the black
fellow's scalp, be would, iust likely, have
stoppeel tite foraging of the porkers, for the
balance of the summer.
We ri'ceiveil by Saturday's mail, but
mislaid for the time, the fune ral notice of
Mrs. Priscilla Barrett, the mother of Mrs.
Casper Yost. The notice- announces that
Mrs. Ii. elie.l at Ashley, on the 20th instant,
"77 years of nge; (10 years a Christian, and
forever more a Saint." Te secure the pres
eMice of absent children the funeral services
we're ehdayed until Sunday, the S-lth.
Services, conducted by the Ih v. J. W.
Yanclevc, were held in the- M. E. church
nt Ashley at s o'clock, Sunday morning.
The body was interri'd in the Sah'in ceme
trty, two ami a half miles west of Mt.
Ycriudi, at 1 o'clock p. in.- a large con
course ef friends nnd relatives testifying
their sorrow and sympathy, by their pres
ence', alike at the' grave and at the si t vices
at the church.
After every considerable rain large
bodies e f water accumulate' unde r t! e
buildings o:i the west side of Washington
ave nue, diri-ctly below Tenth, anel the wa
ter remains there for several days.or until it
disappears through the slow proces of ab
sorption. The same may be said of tin
buildings on ( omnion-ia! below Ninth, of
course this i. all due to defective drainage,
and as it can but pmve seriously detri
mental to the health of the inmates ef the
buildings and of tin- whole neighlxirhooil,
the city should apply the proper corrective.
As it is through ie act of the owners of the
property that the foundations of thi'ir build
ings sire thus flooded, they should not be
called upon to bear the expense of provid
ing the necessary drainage. The evil is
chargeable, in the main, to the' street filling.
We re ferred, the other day, to the com
mcnee'inent of proceedings by a Fifth
ward willow woman, against a teamster
who had broken the woman's clothes line
and caie'ened he r privy out of jdace, by
driving his wagon against them: anel we
have ii'av to chronicle' the woman's discom
fiture in the- law suit. The- teamster took a
change eff venue- from Osborn to Comings,
where a motion by de fe inlant's attorney,
George Hendricks, to qua.sh the warrant.
was sustaini'd. And thus the grievances to
which the woman was subjecteel are likely
to go unavenged. If this should prove
true if tiieie.- is no punishment for letting
to the ground a whole line full of clothes,
(which is among the sorest calam nitii-s that
can befall a woman; then inih e.-d eloes
justice-, in thunder tones ilemaml that the
woini'ii be: given the ballot !
A number of saloon k'-e-pi-rs wili prob
ably be put on trial to-d ey for selling liepior
on Sunday. This is an e xtteme measure'.
In keeping their front doeiis closed on the-
Sabbath, nnd keeping elowii all show of
business, our saloon-keepers have eibserved
what they have always supposed to be the
moral requirements of our authorities.
The' time- never was when lupior was not
sohl in Cairo on Sunday. The practice has
had the sanction of such long Usage that
many began to hold it as a right. This
being line, il seems to us that
notice should have been given ed'
the purpose to prohibit Sides
on Sunday. The latitiuic hitherto cxteiiele-d
to saloon-keepers in this respect, cntith-d
them to warning, llaelitbeen given anil
elisregarde d, the guilty party would then
have; no cause for complaint. Proceedings
without notice, however, is legardcel in the
light of "simp judgment,'' and have excited,
surprise not unmi.xeil with indignation.
The game of "craps" is beceiming "all
the rage" among the more ielle and vicious
of the- city, half grown and young, black
and white. The boot blacks have acq it i reel
a passion for it. The most popular way of
playing it is for ech participant to ante a
nickel. The players then pitch at a peg to
determine who shall have first toss. The
chap who pitches his nickel nearest the
peg, is given the toss, which consists of
pitching the "pot," or the aggregated antes,
up in the air. All the nickels that fall
with the shield siele upward, are his.
Hence, te) secure the first toss is equivalent
to winning about half of the pot, The
party who won the: second biss, easts the re
maining nickels in the nir. nnd take s those
that fall shield upward, and so on until the
whole pot is exhausted. Another way is to
throw dice the party throwing the greatest
number of spots with three, throws of
three dice, wins 11 tin
stakes, be they small t heavy. Tie
police haw been waVhing the b. s so nar
rowly of late, that they usually repair to
obscure nnd out-of-the-way places. Yester
day morning officer' Schuckers espied a
gang of the crap-players on the rocf of the
Cairo ami Yincennes depot. At sight of
him the young gambleis scampered off at a
break-neck speed; but the probabilities me
that they resiimeel the game elsewhere, as
a on as they could get together again.
Lauok sums of money have been made
in Wall Street by persons shrewd enough
to invest at the right time. The old house
of Alex. Frothinghnm & Co., brokers, 13
Wall Street, New York, is entitled to abso
lute confidence. Their .u.tt)icrs are fre
quently rewardeel Vr large returns. Send
tor their Financial Report.
HOW AUK THESIS PRICKS V
10 poumls standard A sugar l 00
beautiful light brown elo.
good brown elo 1 00
fancy Rio coffee 1 00
choice Golelen Rio coffee.. 1 00
.1 ' " IVa Bet ry coffee.... 1 00
(i " " Rio coifee 1 00
3.1 bars, 1 pound each, soap 1 00
3 -i pounds best pearl starch 1 00
Best loose baking powde r per poiitel 30
Good Moyune Imperial tea fi()
Best elo. do. elo To
' " Gunpowder do 7.1
And a full line of fancy groceries, at
Pkttis A: Bum s.
I.L ADVKI.TISE.VKNTS in t column. ef
live lint' eiieli or less Mill be- puliliHlied for 'i'
i'iit en rv In-i-rtiiin , ') nieiiihs witlnejt e him
Jl.im piT in "Mb. Each additional lliie. ." ni.t
Silu.'i!ion tt anted tree.
To tin-ILVrnian Eire Company No 4: Annual
eleetii htvill be held S' ptrmbcr s:h. K:i
ANDY SULLIVAN. Secy.
Eon s.ti.K - Separately or to.-i-t!i,-r. a cet of cin.li'
liariu 1. a ti-'W. aie.'.'y c'lMiiou and a bu'iry whip
Apply al liii'.,i'tiii biudetv. ,l.i: K li i i:kk
HKAOe'UAliTEIts Fil! KINK Ala IIEI'YOHOliS
llutf. Arrutt". Ta: tiooliiiL' ( loves, etc.. at
C. HKNI'EI!sejN s. I uuimi rcial atri.. c, cor
TttOKtury brick boc.je. c : i.
Mr. -el. oppi.plle Or. lUlUllill f
i.l Ohio Lcvrc
rooms, oil Nit:!!;
Apply to A. Marx,
JIIIUl'OSALS Full CLKAKINO LOAD.
1'ropoMls will l- rcn'iwd in,! 1 1 s,',i-mhrr 1st
ih-m. for i-leariiu' mad. r:. lining from t.-ie oi.:brr
ly ei.d ol tin- api-rouli to i,eiv iroii bnd'.'e. im-
( ':n !n nt er. up and aim:;.' nnd near faid .tn-ani to
the I'liipiMol .l.iiH'H'iorii ro:id, aeeordilii; to firtev
on !1V in e-oiinty cb-rk' oiK'-e. and a- Indicated by
Make limb'-fVd and driti tmt ry ui fn-t a!"!,'.'
ii'llltn-. Tut"- tt.-ll bailed fi-ct wide. n '
f. i t :a center oftt'ii. h "ti rtlhiliL mum tn cleared
below tin- -urfare of tie- L'reuud, and anv hole"
caurd thi'M-lit tilled u; fo th.it no olistrjetioin
tt',.1 In e aiised to t ,-hii I'lbm mat' l- made fur
all or my portion of s-iid ' le-t ri nir bv the acn-e.r
rod Tile is yy. n LLIK.Y.
Cbairman Coun't Hoard A.i-viudcr County.
Cairo. A ii sruM: iith, lV.'
Tl!.ilOS.LS Foil lilll.DINe; NEW llKlln-E
1 OVEIt LAKE KEEK.
l'ropoul. to In-i.Iim! with ( ouiity e h rk. tti,l lie
ri-ci-iii'if by the Cm.un Loan! of Alexander Cuui.tv
Illinois until ! o'clock a in.. Moudav, September
l-t. m xt. tor f-trctflii!:.- .".II materia! and labor
nece-ary to btnh! a net ir( I over Lake Cn-ek.
ein I airo and Joiiesboro road, in vauie 'locution as
Spe-i;: nt'oii" may Is- obtained at office of under
l.-iied. comer Wa-iiinirton avenue and El.hteeiuli
ntn-et. in tiii city, or from Samuel liriley I om
!;i!-ioner. -it Eko. in thi county
i 111 'S Vt . IIAI.LIDAY.
Chairman County Hoard
Cairo, 111., An. 11. Is?.)
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
I will deli v Kit to uny part of the city a
gooel satisfactory one-horse: load of Box
Factory wen tor SO cents, cash on delivery.
Leave orde rs at Swododa's, store corner
Eighte enth street. B. B. L( v.
Ten Cknts Woutii It you want a neat
smooth shave' for ten rents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 31 cents, eir anything else in
the toi,.-orial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 143 Commer
Avn Bli.i.u.m Phici-.s -At the barber
shop of J. Gi-o. Ste-inhouse, Eighth street,
m ar Ale-xauder County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, ail
the late pape rs, clean towe ls, keen razors,
accomnioihiting, skilled workmen, ami sat
isfactory woik. 1'riees: Shaving. 10
edits; Hair-cut, 3" cents; Shampooing,
3"i cents, (live him a call.
11 pound Old B.u.y Letter Heads.
" " ' Note- lb-ads.
5 " " Linen Letter heads.
3,.j " Linen Note He ads.
The i:i:st quality of paper at price s eif
the cheapest grade-.
'y, jiotind stateme-nts till colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 ami Hi pound Bill Heads - all sizes.
Extra super white: Envelopes at St. Louis
w holesale! prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling and Rinding, all kinds at The
Ik you want to be well m spite- of your
self use: Kidney-Went. Cuns Kidiu'y elis
eases like tt charm.
CiiF.w Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To-bae-cii.
lil iVOi; W. Second St.
I'oi'i-lun anil Oeiiiieslic eliieel mid cntincel Ft Kits nnel
Ve-L'i-lalile-K. Ciiniied.elrieiliiiul pall Fish, l'b k
le., Sinices, oils i, ii. Cdiiillnu-tib'. Soup
Htiills, Ibikliir, I'ottele'iK, urminil n lid
whole- Spices, Toilet nnd Lnundi'j
Soiip. Seeds, .le'tlle'ib Preserved
Fancy (iroeeirien and (iro
Slock Hiipiii'iilleliMl in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "(i ROCKUS' MAXUKL."
CAUL PETERS ct HRO.
Of all liltiiN.
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
Ei'.'btll ftreet, bet. Com and Wash, ate.
CAIRO. : : : - ILLINOIS
("-Ooodidelivcrcd to all parts of the City lien
MUTUAL All SOriKTT.
A SUnsTITITE FOR LIFE I.NMK
Orcuiie-el .Inly I ttli, lit;:. I'n'lcr the Liwmil
the Suite of Illinois. ('o(i)ri;:li;i-il July
!, 11177. titnli r Ai tot'i'uiifenini.
WILLIAM STHATTUN, Pm-iukst.
Mi-.s P A TAYLiil!, Vicg Pi-.i sii.tsT 1
.1. A (.oLDsTINE. Ti:tAvr.nn.
Ok J J (ieiKOON, . .Vkh Autis ,.
THOMAS I.KWLs. Skho:taiiv.
1UJAKD UK MAN AoKltS :
.1 .1 (iOItDllN. Ptiynlcian e
Mrs P. A.TAM.ol!, Mipi-riiitend, i,t ol
Schonls. A 'eii!nli-r l'o.:ntv
J. A Oeil.llS'i INK. Il e,oii!-tl!:e Alio
ceiittater. W Lwleraie and Ketuli Id-aii rs
iu Maple and F inn Ort liomi- ....
N It TillTLEV e'iDl)', of Hii.kle &
ThiM'.ctiood. Co!nmo-ion .Vere:iai:t.
t ottmi an.i Tn'i'iico Factor
S O A V E L?-. ot At eri .V I o Co:nm:
THOMAS LEWIS, lo-urenu- Mai.a.-.-r
and Attornev at Law
WM Sl'KA li'oN. of Stratton A lllrd,
OEo M. AI.IiEN. ( onin,,-i-io!, Mer
chant. ?S Ohio L, tie
JAS S. liEAIiDEN. Al"-i. M.-!-I;;i
Valley 1 raii-iortiition e otuptinv
( HAS. 1! MTUAliT. Wboli-.a.e'ai d He
tall Orv eiood" and Notim.i'
E0WA1.IJ A lit HEH. Mi: efaro.ri!
JetteU'r and )'hoUa:e dealer il
Wan hinakers' Tools ntnl Mater::ii....
ClIAULEs LANl'AsTLH. Lancaster .V.
llii e, LiiMbi-r dealers
V PATIEH. I O I'ntier A Co..
W t!Oii .-,i;e tt 11 It lietall MlT' Cfll.t'
1! V OLOlb.E. PaMor Prc.btte-
.1 C W Mi l K. In- iraiK..- Al-. b;
(I W NI- KKAIU. Po-tma-'-r
S. P. WHEEL E H Atlorniy and Cn;i-;
tu'lor at latt
Mils I.OflsA FIsllliAt K
l;Se'Ali HAYTHuHN. W hole-ale and
lletail ll,io-. s!:fi- and Hrt e,nis!....
A..l.lill!0. Mer. hant at.d 'sti-ambnat
Propne'or . .
WII HAM Kl.l i.E.e.enera! ft.-r. h'lii.,-
P ei. si II I 11 . Whole-ale and li.tiil
J.T liFNNIE Foundn t.d Mai.iiiio-t
AI.PEIIT LEW IS '.
Vie. I.. A IHiWAI!!) .Hoarding llo',;-e
W v. PITCHEK. Insurance Aj.nt ....
A IUI.I.EY. Ileal. r in stoves. Tin and
E. W. e.HEEN. t.tei n. Wood A lieut.ett -
II F 1'OTTEI;. E.l. tor nt.d Pnhli-bct
Arjns Journal Mound e 'iti
Mr. S A AVKKs Villa led.-.'
A. .1. FHENl II. I'armer . .... Ilin! Po l l.
The Onlv Known Remedy
THAT ACTS AT THE SAME TIM E ON
THE I.I Y Ell,
a no the KIDNEYS.
This roitibineil n;tii,n l-Ivk it ttonderfal poer
lo cute all el!e:i"c
Why ,wyt ave Sieic
. -. t-
! HccnuiHi ttcabott c'e re-at or.-at; to beeoi;,e
c!oj.'.'ed or torpid, and polnmous humors are the;'
lore forced into the blooel lln.t should le ix;,,.m
LII.I.IorsNESS PILES. ( (iNSTIPATION,
KIUNEY COMPLAINTS. VF.INAPY Ols
KAsKs. FEMALE WEAKNE-sl-s
AND NEliNeil S Msu;iii;l:.
lit-eaulni: free action of the or;::iti niel n -tor-ln
their stieni;lh and potter to throw oil' eiii-nse.
Why Sutler Il'ilioii. paii, and aches?
Why be toriiieiili'd with I'lU's and Con-tipatioti?
Why frlL'htelied over dlsordc reel Kliine-js'
Win- e.-mlure uervoas hendaches nnd uleejile.s
Use KIDNEY-WOW nnd rejoice in Healt'i.
It Is a dry. ti-L'etabk- compound and
One pieel,U!:i' Will Illlike six i1iartS of M-iIii llie.
(iel It of your Druiivjlsl, he tt 111 order It for you.
WELLS, IMcllAL'DSoN A: CO.. Proprietor-.
:i P.iirllnton. I.
i A WEEK In voiir own town, nnd no
I, ..1 .'.I I'.... ...... ...... ,1...
,llIOII ll.M'll. AOI1 , 1.11 ,.1,1 Hie
ibusineiis a trial without expense.
fl V "'I' ''est eippeii'tuiiltv ever otlereel Ii r
Ijl those ttllllnir ii, tvo'rk. You shoihd
n try lioliniii' ele- till yem see loryee r
self what ton can do at the- business we oiler No
room toe'Xpbiln bere. You can eleveitu ull tour
time or only your span- liinei to the busliu-Hs, and
make irreat pay lor every hour that you woik
Wonieii niakc us much ate men. Send lor spei'lal
private! terms nnd particulars, ttblcli we innif tree,
STieiuttll live, Jion'i c.ompbiln of hard times while
yotl have- such a chance, Atltlref II. IIALLETTjifc
CO., Portbind. Maine!.
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
I1 STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
01 OHIO LKVF.K. CAIRO, ILLS,
John T. Ronnie,
HAVIN'O I'Ktnbllslieel litawnrlc at the ntiove- men
tinned place la bettor prepared than ever for
tiiiiniifactiirltiu Steam Endues and Mill Machinery.
Iluvlinf ft Steam Hammer nnd nniplo Tool. Ihu
niaiitilacturo of nil kinds of Machinery, Hallroiul,
Hti-ainlioiit and llrldrje Forirlue nuiele h ttu.-e-lnlty.
Hspenlal uttoutluu nlvun to repulrsof K "Uii.-p anil
ilrasn Castlni;. of all .llidd made to orelct
Pipe Fltttut; I. all Hi bruueuue