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THE CAIRO BTTLLETHsTi IsrOTEEBER 3
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THE METZ SURRENDER.;
A ACilt!tlo rnmlnf.
Hn.nB.Ei.!. November !. The Iftdoic"
darico Bolgo to-day imbltihcin letter Irom
General Hover, Marshal Uar.nlno s aid do
camp, refutltiR Gambcttn'i rliarge of Iron
son on tb iart of b.1 superior. 1 lie latter
concludes as follow:
' We capitulated to famine. 1 lio Prus
sians entered Mctz atone o'clock yeHor
day afternoon, tlie French having pre
viously laid down llieir arms nt Origny.
The prisoners will go to Germany In small
detachments. Tlio condition! of capltuln
tion include the fortifications. Tho town,
ammunition provisions and otlior proper
ty of state, tlio surrounding forts nnu all
arms, flags, 4c., therein will bo undistur
bed. The French officers pledged them
seWcs In writing not to rc-cngago In tho
war. They nro nllowcd to retain tliolr
side arms and boggago in token of tho
courage shown in tho defense of tho city."
SANGUINARY AFFRAY.
ens Mats Kills Three stiller! sail tu
IMsparatrlr Wonndul Himself.
KrcimtheMisaonl Pemocroey.l
Intelligence has reached us from Ken
nctto of ono of the most dospcrato and san
guinary rencontres that over occurred in
Southeast Missouri, on Vomer's Tivcr,
hboutsovcii miles from our county scat.
From what wo can learn nt present, it
seems that Mr. Anderson rlhcppard n man
about sixty-live years old, and ono of tho
oldest, most during nnd succcsifnl hunters
and trappers in nil this region, was in his
dugout on tho river last Friday afternoon
when ho was approached by another dug-
. vuVf tuiiuuiiiiiK mrc.-u jiivii, uv,u .mum.
I our informant could not remember, but be-
. 1 - - .1 L' 1 . .. . ..... 1 .I...,, ... nM
( iwi'un wiiuin nim ciii-jiiwiu iuuu hui hh
I old and unsettled quarrel. "When tho dug
outs wcro in good shooting rango of each
other, one of the men llrcd upon ijheppard,
f tho shot breaking his right arm. llu Itn-
i mediately scizcu nis rino wuu ins ion nanu,
! rested it on tho edgo of his dugout, and re
i turned tho tiro killing his assailant. Doth
tho others then commenced tiring upon
, him, nnd he managod, with tcotli and hand,
to load bis rillo ana return tho nro, ana n
nally, after receiving soven bullets in his
body, succeeded in killing tho other two of
bis assailant. Ho then managed to reach
shore, whtre ho was taken charge of by par
ties who were attracted by tho tiring, and
conveyed to his home, wnoro ho now lies
with but little hopo of his recovery.
Wo could not learn tho causo of tho,
quarrel, but hopo to obtain all tho particu
lars of this rcmarkablo and bloody tragedy
In time to lay them boforo our readers in
our next issue.
Gtsssral 1m assd Mrs Falrfa.
From the .V. Y, Commercial.,
Tho great Confoderato leader, Just dead,
was as romarkablo for bis social as for his
military qualities. Ills bandsomo person,
aristocratic bearing and polished manners
madohim especially tho idol of tho fair sex
whero ever ho went. Thosuvcrllv that
marked his deportment in camp and battle
totally deserted him when tho rcponibiU
ties which thoy imposed wcro withdrawn,
and in private Hfo ho was ono of tho most
genial and humorous of men. AVo rocall
an anecdoto illustrntivo of this fun-loving
element of his character. Tho incident oc
curred a few years boforo tho outbreak of
tho war. Among the most frequent visi
tors at the mansion on Arlington Heights
were tho Fairfaxes of Alexandria. Mrs.
Fairfax was ono of tho Ue.norals particular
favorites, and tho attractions of her society
were not loast among tho other induce
ments which tempted him so often from
Arlington to Alexandria. Una cold De
cember morning, wbilo riding through tho
streets of that most dclectabln settlement,
ho espied Mrs. F. approaching from tho
direction in which liu was going. A few
moments later ho had dismounted and en
gaged her in conversation. Tho lady had
armed horsclf agulnut the Inclemency of
the weetherby carrying a whlto mutl", with
which she relieved tho tendency of her nose
to asiumo a too brilliant pink, by pressing
it every fow moments to that frost-beleug-utrod
organ. In doing this many ot the
hairs catno off on her vail, a fact which tho
General noticed, but did not refer tu until
he saw a friend turning an adjacent corntr
and coming that why, who was somowhat
r.otorlous as nquiz. tjptaktng hurriedly,
in an affected nlr of trepidation, ha turnud
to Mrs. Fairfax and said. "My dear
Madam, bore comes Judge I IX permit
mo to remove thoso hairs from your vail
they are tht tatnt color at my ItarJf
ALTER A: M.tl.ONY.
Butchers
AHU UKALr.ltS IN
FRESH MEAT
Eighth St., between Washington &
Commercial Ave.,
Adjoluliifr HllltnUouae St f antsy".
Keepthel-etlnriteef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Lamb,
Hsnsr.e, ete., and are prejiared to sent ciluena
Inihe rno.t occeptallr inuniier, ocll'WIf
ZUGKREIGIiK, MWBEIt
KY 4c CO.,
rriACTioAij
MARBLE WORKERS
Monumental Designers
MPOBTEBS oFYtALIAX MAItULE
SSCOTtM OKANITE, c.
WAWSR00M8 ASl WORK KIIOP, COKNEJl I
THIRD AND ST. ANN 8TKKKT8,,
OWE.XHliOKO, My,,
MonomtDta, Vu)n, Grate Btonn, Mantle,,
rlumbinf , tm sjecuted with superior work
avoasmp, at lows.t prlcts.
Coi-Uah, Gsnnan and Hebrew Murine dons
law Mat atria. ,
Ssarbl and Granite Figurta, by Id Lest sculp-
All work ituarantced.
for dulxoi, apply to
CARL Tm THOSIAN, A;eul,
Corntr Eighth Btrel and Coiuinctclal Avnu.
txt vim
MIlHtCAl.
GERMAN BITTERS
HOOFLfiND'S GERMAN TONIC
vafa.9.sife"
HuoflAntl,M Podnpltyllln PIUm.
Hoofland's Greek Oil
Hoofllmd'H German Bitters.
A Bltlcra Without Alcohol or Spirit
r any klail.
Iidltfvrcnt front all otnan. Is composed of the
ptirejulcesor Vila) principle of Hoots, Herb and
lUrks (or ns medicilly termed, extracts,) the
worthless and Inert portions of tho Ingredients
not belog usel. Thorefore, In one Inttle of this
nitters thorn Is contained as much mcdloinal sir
tuo as will tie found In several gcllom of ordlnnry
mixtures. The Hoots, etc., used In this Hitters
are grown in Oerrotny, their vital principles ex
tracted In thstcountry bv a scientific Chemist nnd
forwarded to the manufactory In Ihlseltr, nbere
they are compounded and bottled. Containing no
spirituous Ingredients, this Hitters Is freo from
tho objection urged agalnit all others; no desire
for stimulants can t Indueed from their use, they
can make no drunkards, and cannot, under any
circumsUnci)., hate any but nboncflclal effect.
Hootlttiitt'H Ucruioa Tonic.
Was compounded for thote not inclined to ei
trimo bitters, and la Intended for use In cases
when i.om alcoholic stimulant is required In con
nection with the tonlo properties of the Hitters.
Kachbotlln of the Tonic contains one bottle ol
the Hitlers, combined with pure Kata Crux Hum,
and flavored In mich n manner that the extreme
hltterue.s of the Hitters Is overcome, forming a
preparation highly agrcvabln and pleas int to the
palate, and containing the medicinal virtu of tho
Hitters. The price of tho Tonic Is fl 00 per
l-ottle, which many persons think too high Thoy
mut lake. Into consideration that the stimu
lant used is guaranteed to leof puro'iuahty.
A poor article could be furnished at a cheaper
price, but is it nut better to pay a little tnoro and
havt a good article T A medicinal preparation
should contain none but the best ingredients and
they who expect to obtain a cheap coinKjiind will
moot certainly I cheated.
They are the Ureateat Known Heme
(lira.
for I.lver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nerrotis Deblll
VI Ul.ri v.iit,i.iiui, try -L I -1". .'..Ml
ty, Jaundice, Dlieasn of the Kidneys, Krup
lions of the Hkln, and all diseases
. T 1 : 1 .
tumug iiwiii n ui.wiuritxi
l.ltcr.Mnmach, orim.
purity of the
lllood.
Head the foltowlnn symptoms t l',ciutlpAtnn.
Klallilenee, liiwani I'des, Kiilluess of blood tothn
liead, Acidity ot tlie htoiuivih, Nausea Hart.liurn,
itisgustof food, fullne.snr weight In the muiiuwh,
Sour Kructalinnt, sinking or fluttering at the pit
of lh stoimteh, swimming of the head, titirrittl
ordltnuilt breNthing, tlmteringat thn M'art,rhok-
ngorsuttoestlngsvusittlout when in a lylsg ptt
lure, dimness ot vision, dots and webbs before Iho
tight, dull ln in the head, denalency of perspir
ation, ysllownes of the skin and eyes, aalu In
the side, bark, chest, limbs, etc, sudden ttuihe
of hest, burning In the riish, constant tnagimngs
ot evil, and great depression of spirits. Alltheen
Indicate diaesse of llm I.lver or digestive oigans
combined with Impure bluul.
The use of the Hitlers or Tonlo will soon cause
the above symptoms todiappar,aad the patient
will beconm well and healiy.
Ilr. HooflHHd'H Ureek Oil,
Lighting Cure far alt kind of I'alus
ana Achea.
ArrniD KiTxasaiLv. It will cure all kinds ol
miiis ami aches; such as Hheumstlsm, Neuralgia,
Toothache, Chilblains, fpralns, Kruises, Frust
Hues, Headaches. Fsins in the Hk and I.0I11.,
I'alns the Joints. Limbs, bliogs of Insects. King.
worms, etc.
Tanas iNttsxtlLv. It will rure Uldnev Com
SI niot backaches, sik hesylsche.rolle, dysentery,
isrrhoea. cholera Infantum, cholera morbos.
cramps and pains 10 the stomach, fever and ague,
coughs, colds, asthma, etc.
Dr. HoofUsd' rodophylllB,
UK HUBTITl'TK FOIl MKKCVHT
mm s'tt.L.ki.
Two lMlla It UtM.
The tnost jiowtrjul, yet Innocent YtgttMt
Cathartic Knou-n.
It is r.ot neeeMsry to take ahaodful ofthese pills
to predate the Uslrod effecti two of them. act
iuickly and oHerrully, cleansing the liver, stmn
itch and bowel; of all impurities. The principal
ingredient is IWophyirin, or the alchohollc ex.
tract of Mandrake, winch is by many limes more
powerful, acting and searching than (he Mandrake
Itself. Its peculiar action Is upon Ihe Uvr, clean,
log It speedily from all obstructions, wltn all the
power of Mercury, yet free from the injurious r
suhs attached to Die use of that mineral.
for all diseases, In which the use of a esthartln
Is indicated, these Tills will give entire satisfac
tion In every case. Theyaxvsa rait.
In cases of Liver combl -Int. Pysiiepsla, and ex.
tremo costiveness, Dr. ilooflaiut'sOermsn Hitters
or Tonic should be used in connection with tho
1'itls The Tonlo elfect of lb Hitters or Tonlo
builds up the system. The Hitters or Tonlo pur
I lies the Mood, strengthens Ik serves, biui-iavis
the Liver and gives strength, energy and vigor,
KeeD tour bowels active with the Pills, and tone
np the system with the Hitters or Tonic, and no
diaeasecon r lain its hold.er ever again assail 11.
Tnese medicines are oltt ry all Drugg sts and
dealers in medicines everywhere.
iieuoneci mat it is XT. imonsno s Merman
Remedies, that are so universally used and recom
mended; and do nolaJlovs thelrua.giat to induce
you to take anything else that he may say Is Just
as good, because he makes a larger profit on it.
flits Itsmedies will be seal by express to any lo.
tVj,,.v.'ul'on application to Ibe I'KINUIPAL OK
? . ''.''"KKMAN MEDICINE 8T0KK 81
AUCU BTKKKT, Philadelphia.
CHAN. Sf . Proi.rk tor,
Vornterlir f. H. JfACHHuK V CO.
yilttV'M0 or ,e b IruSglsl, Store
America and the Wt.dU'Vottlale by h
BAnOIjAY BROS,,
CAIRO, ILMXOIR.
-i2i.iir
MILLINERY.
M
K.N. MctiKE'N
NEW GOODS
! JUST BECttJVUI).
I lliisjuiit returned wllli 11 rry iclect nlock of
GOODS .
Hinbraeln? tlie lutesl tytr of
Hat and Donnrl,
'ln Klit CJlovri,
I.aillcw unit :iillitrn Uonti,
FANCY GOODS
And n rpU'ndld I. inn of
1IAIIIKS' IIONIKUY.
Tlit Indies are prrhil)' Invited to c.MIndi-x
amine the new goods.
Hinco .Mr. .Mclicci tm 'adopted the Cnli Hj-.-ti nt,
lir rnn nnd Uovn Fell
Cheaper Tlutai vcr
And havlnR bought bcrprrtent itrkAtpry low
fiBUrrf, ho propor to dlviilo I11T Rinil fortune
willilnTAlroin ltemrmbiT, If 011 want ki11'
at ery l.iw prices, call at
Mm. ItlcGce'M C'lii'iip Store.
Ct20dtf
PTJSIFIEIl OF THE BLOOD,
ft tht tost Itcutthdd Tonic an J J'ro
mottr of Health rstr diu in trtd. It it
a preventive and turt en re Or Dyt'
fefu'j, InJiSttt'tcH end all diieatet of
tht Jvtr and Kidney t.
Jtit a mild and delightful Tnxngtr
ant far dtlieatt Femalei, and it tht
moit agreeable and tenant -luting
Tenie ef the dav.
JW vmnt- Children and Infxntt it
Uaiureeureftr Wind Celie, Griping
Faint in tht Stomaet ana tscvien, ere.
Itesabe had at all DniEgitte and gentral
dealers, or by addressing the Wholesale
A,,llBBOWl. WEBER ft CO..
10 and U ti. Second St.,
t,t, Lui'is, to.
CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS.
eV AVVsVVAVV'
T Ot E GRKUNWAIsI
FOUNDRY
MACHINE SHOP
STEAM EN6INFS, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
No. 218 KAHtrcnrl Stroot,
CI.VCI.'VXATI, OHIO
yAis;uv nt. nou.si:
Cor, Walnut & Gano Sts
.DAVIS & TUCKER
Xx,ox3zrlotoxss.
CINCINNATI OHIO.
(UtOCKItlKS-l'UMUISSION.
V. StrHtlnn. T. Ilir.l.
gTKATTOX V 111 It I),
(Successors tnKtratton, Hudson & Clark,)
"Wliolowtxlo
GROCERS
COMMIslfHlCHAliTS,
07 omo ijEviih
CAIRO. ILL.
Agents nt American I'nniltr Co., Hint
Mnnuraclnrers AxentN lor Cotton ViarU'
J. 1. WILI.IA.tfSO.V.
AVWO'L'RfcVIYEi
GROCER
PRODI rCJi
CO.IIMISSIOX .IIIOitCIIAAT
N. "0 OI1I0 I.t-vcp,
CAIRO, ILL.
Speclul Mtlriitton kIvcii lo' t'oiialgn
tneutaand I'lllliiK Ortlera,
SCOTS I SHOES,
FABIIIOXAIil.t:
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
TWENTIETH STllEET,
Uotwocn Washington A to Sc l'onlur S
Uoelaauel Mhoea 9f atle In Ortler. 1'liics
Worksxseta Kniplayvtl.
Satisfaction Warranted
Patronage Solicited.
aprSd
Swimmers'
FLOATING SOAP,
Jf7OX- Drttlxi JTI c No
it, MSB it flovt on
trio exrt.toxrt At
bahoiiays.
I sn r'Aiin.'s y
1 INVIGORATING CORDIAL 1
COFFINS.
or.NF.nAi.
UNDERTAKER
Cor. Washington Ave. & 11th St.,
Oftlro, - - - Xlllxxolssi
Keeps constAlilly on hand tl.o celehrnled
CRANE JL- IIKEED'S nml BAYXOND'S
METALLIC CASES.
AIo, all kinds of Wnlnut nnd lllnnk Veliet Ciflln.
lie iiasaHplendid liearae, and will
Attei.il ml S-'iiiteraN In the (Ml)-.
I h
AUG I ION Si CUMHISSIUN
iioijmi:.
Daniel Hartman
ItetllrilS Ills IfllinaN tn llm cllll.n. r 1'ilro tcr
their liberal patrnnoire, and Hould Inform them
thai h i'sn Ik- foundnt his old stand loi Cummer
cliil arcnup. All sales promptly attended lo.
i.liieriil AtlvunecH Mntle on CoDNlgn
iiiciiIh. Iteirulnr s.ile dm'. UVilm.il.. on.l H iImp.u.i.
All cunalKnineiits eorured by open policy of inniir
slice. rrtleseonli;iiln( goods will Incur
No Extra Charae for Storaao.
Kor prompt returns and strict attention to l.iul
in hoiiM most respectfully refer to the fellow-
lljll Id.V Urn. II If M.l Ustn. .1.. !..--...
Cotnpiiny, A. II. riallord, II. 8. llnrrell. llrlstol A
Milwell, nml (. Schuli, 0. 1. Williamson, First
'.'i imnii, 01 i,mn. iiornen Jones, new
lurk. A. Kro'ieh, llnjjnn, Clark ASIeeper, Hot
ton. AlMnthOlis Co., I'ittshurK. Clniip Son
Clic,i,',(i. , ililHt'iihiiner Ooiiicnls Illinois-
JSTAIILINIICD 1800
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
SAPOLIO
Tlie siiperiorlly of mis eieellent preparatlou
Jter any other nrtlclo erer offered lo the puhlic
has Irfven demonstrated hy the wonderful popular
Ity It Int attained wlthlnthe brief year since I
wastlrst rnniiufactured. Not les. than
Ono Million Housokeopors
ara IrMlar iialnjr Hapoilo In this and olhercoun.
tries, sod the deinnnd is rapidly, increasing.
Ilalh hrlck, rotten stone, acid and lye
nroiiolonjjeratiece.illyln the household, since
JntKillo dues the work of each and all these, and
wiih dries labor and expense.
Tho followlne area few nl the special rises I
which Ktpollo Is sdtiilrably n.ispto. i
TO CI.KAX WISrOWS-Without wetllns carols
or solIlliK the ; paint. Takoa Wet cloth, nil
lripi.lnic, rub It over the eake of Ha "lio
intirit iseoieredwlth a creamy la her a d
then briskly oter lhep.inot ls .!e
oil and tK.llHh -.ith dry -loth orthawwli To
remoio vnrnl.h or dried i..iliit will
line e.ttr. rubbing.
TO Cf.K.tX K.MVl.S-t snyour ilish-elolh, nihil
on tho Mill", nnd Ihen rapidly over the
K'.'1:; i'"r..wl" lr" ''llnti.nd dura!
ble poll.h, without scratchinj.
10 rOI.IMI TIX, lll.ISS, and other lallaars
,r J . n . .'o ,"Poionlhe cak'e
or R ; polio tinlll ueh toveres, and then
niilcklyorerthesiirlncfloftho utensil. ."
will pruduciHliistre equal f not superior to
TO tMIAS I'AIXT AXI WOOII-WonK-r.e'Sa.
u,j, ; no not rut. too hard, and
rinse with rleln In clean water.
! IM5S:n,i:A.MX(wArfJlfl tiotiWBM.
e.t valan In thn sarlri of tine, Inl.ornnd
Kill
, in" nnicies eiesii'C I, Try It
oiicemid you will nererU) without .
IOK SASHIMI IIIMHCS .:), T.,1,.. Vloors,
rabies, He -W here soap was formerly u.r.i
r,:bV,:l,s,l'!e,';1.r,'w;,,,:.n' on'" "5-'"
ItCMOVi:S STAIN FItOM .MAUUI.E.
i.-s tin. iiuinr. rorau ptirp.iff lexcent wah.
inn
; elothes), line urticle In eonrenleut
iK-niioinical mid reliable.
IX TIIKSTOIIK For poli.hiiic wale, measures
.v iiynt ",c"l'J"r), knives. hesrs, etc.
IX TIIK MIUI lor i-Ieaninir, polishlnu and re.
moving emus, oil, ePi., irom machinery and
tool I .
IK TIIK OI'r'ICK of the suifeon, dentist, civil
engineer, painter and engraver.
IX AM. I'l.Al'KK where a ileunsiotf and pollth
IHK axent, at once elleciive, economical and
harmless, is required, our Kapollo, will
prove. Its j-reat superiority over alt ether
ub.tanees.
FOR IU.MI WASIIIXO-Sapollols Juat what every
printer, painter, photographer or machinist
needs. It quickly removes acids, paint.
Ink and other stains from the hams, which
soap will not loi.ch. It softens the hands
and leaves them smooth mid white.
I'ltlt'i: a fw cents.
Mil. I HY your Krocers and drujrglsU
Wholesale Hepols,
ill WaihloKlon, St., and HO Oxford SI.
New York. Loudon.
nux2CdeodCm
HOTELS.
2I.OPVEI,
Commercial Hotel,
Jok. IlayliHx, Proprle lor
llaviiiKreluriilshed the nell-knoHi) Commercial
Hotel, at tlio
Cor. (1th Street nnd Commercial Arenne
With new furniture and llttlnxs throughout, the
tliilrielor lieea lenvo to announce that ih n.l.l..
Inhmentis now open for the accommodation of
irjiiu.ir iHiiirucrs nr iransiem gue.is, Tne home
Is now kept in Kood si) le, nnd the best of accom
inodntlonsiitleied on reasonable ttrrae.
septa. m
Q.AM3.VN
Head Disponsmry
Kstabllshtil In 1SA0, and chartered lbl, for th
.rrutment of all disease of a private nature,'
oident to both sexes. A euro ia guaranteed
every caso undertaken.
For fSf aIo t
Dewces' Female Regulators
For females. Warranted to remove obstruction
elo. I'rlce IJper box.
,.iao a run assortment of llandaacei and Trusses
the saino-contalnlng w laiKe pases ane au cuts
and engraving,, shoeing Ihelfiefeat . es, t e!
ceuts.) Address 1 '
Galon's Head Dispensary,
eiTeoddieown I.Mirille, K
"""I"'''"' l"""'''1 waie nr.eaiins; SI forsluit
"ut p I'Hr hslf doren, or JJiwr down. K
A Medldal l'amphlot, containing an elalwrato
Ireutiao on theabovodise-ses, wllha few practical
remarks unon I in cnn.n ot ...,i J.V !
k' AND
Union Bakery
JOHN IH'.OPPl.i:, I'loju lctor,
CoiuinercUl Aviinie, bctwien ."Slliimrl
Dili streets, lienriy ojiposiic
the INislnllici.
Vsttsai'i- of nil kinds, mid thehe.tuf IIn vl ami
CnufeciionerlesnlMnys on h:itid.
TlialiKIUI Mr iiniroiinipi neivioiop- nesiimeu on
um, Mr. llcnnplo begs to minouiite Unit he is tmiv
lly prepareif to servo ctistoiners in the- tuoet .at
wtory manner.
I'ulr.i, OcCober1711i.SlC illf
BANKS.
Savings Bank
C;iiiirU'itl Marcli ttl, 18.
OIFICK tS
ity National JSmik
4JAIKO, IM.IXOIS.
OS'l'lCF.HN I
A. II. 8AKK0KI). President i
H. H. TAil.nlt, Vice-President
W. 1IVSI.UP. h'eeretnrynnd Treasurer.
iiitr:cTiitst
P. W. IIAKOI.W, CIIAS. OAI.ir.HKII,
V. M. STOCK rt.KT'l, PAUL 11. SCItllH.
IL II. CtJ.NMNnllAM, W. P. IIALI.IUAV,
J. M 1'IIILI.IP.S.
Dcposltaof any Amount Ilecelveil from
'lea C'cnta l'prils.
Interest paid on deposits nt the rati) of C per cent,
tier nnmim Mnrrh Island Sent. 1st.
Inlereatnot wlliiclmwn tsadded linrnedislely to
tho principal of the deposits, thereby Riving I hem
compound Interest.
tlttrrltMt M'ouien ami Children
May deposit money an mat
SO (INK KL.NK CAN DRAW IT.
oen everv business y from V n in. tn :i p.m.
and' (Saturday evening lor SAVINfl DKPu.-ITJ
only, irotncio so cioca.
nug-Mtf
W. II Y.MLOP, Treasurer.
T
in:
FIRST HATIJNiL BANK
DANir.l. II1IHII, S'resjlilentl
KIIHKRS' W. Mll.tr.lt, Vlot-1'reH.t
V. M. Ut'tJHKS, Cnshler.
Collections Promptly Made.
Exchitncc, Coin, Ilmik 'uIom
nnd Driitcd MtalcM Nconrl
Ilea IlouKlit and
Mold.
Interest Allowed on Time Irfposlts.
tpiit;
CITf NATIONAL BANK
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Capital - - $100,000
TV. P. 1I.I.MIAV, I'rrslilenti
A. D. 8AKKOIIU, Cashier
WAtYTKIl II VMLUP, Assistant Cashier.
2IltECTOK.S.
Stasia Tailor W. P. HallHsj,
eott While. liobt. II. Cuanlnibaio
(lto. 0, ttllllamsoa, Stephen Dlrd,
A, II. Safford.
ExeliaiiKC, Coin and
and ISold.
XloponltoM rkoooivocl
SSISIStSliXUlMtSSNI
a ji:ni;ks. iiamkixo iiisi.m:n
MEDICAL.
ARD'N
is
BITTERS
tiii: iii:st
TONIC IN USE
rim kai.r nv
E. H. MAYNAED, Prop.
i'itisiivik;, ia.
OotlOeo.Hy
N
jATUiiK'.s ;ici:at i:s-
xoiia'iivi;.
SCHEETZ CELEBRATED
Bitter Cordial
Wholesale J'epot N. W. corner Fifth and Racn
streets, Philadelphia, Pa.
JAC'OII KC1IKS7TZ, Nale Proprietor
It Is h reliable Family Medicine, and eiai ho
taken by either infant or acull with the same been
eficlal results, Jt is a certain, prompt and speedy
remedy for diarrhea, dysentery, bowels compiled
dyspepsia, lowness of spirits, faintings, sick
stomach, headache, etc, forchillaand fever of
all kinds, it is far better uod safer than nuinine
withoiit'any of us pernicious effects. It etlccls
an aunetlle. Proves a powerful dluestor of food
and will counteract the effects of liquor In a few
minutes. As indisputable evideneoof its medi
cs! properties, we append a few of tho many eer
ideates m our possession i
Johnson' Depot, Kast Tenii., and Va. It. It,
Tenn,
JacosScaiSTi, llsci, Dear Bin I nsvoused tho
Hitters I have obtained trom you, and find them
to ho all they are recommended lo be. I found
one botil lo afford me considerable relief, I feel
although I cannot do very well without them, in
lay present state of health.
l, Mr.riH.K, IJ-inouuiuiu i,, i-iiua.
Pastor ilaptlst PoMyuuk Church.
Hohlby W. P. AHen.SS Malnstrcct Dubonuc.
ocllo.11)
CHAltTi:U OAK .S'lOYl'.M.
ry iii-j
I
v- o
Gi A ajXj. jsiiia tnii
Mi
-mm
Thedeinnid fir llui.er !., c. Ml.-.u:-- mill
KvciiIik Mir Smes bis i"0'.rn s rspU) of the
tluil wuliste not fillet "illf s m p.onipl'.j n' de
sirable: I tit h.iuns no- i iircd 1'ie nltnne
of nnotln r -Kie rmiiidn . sh'ill neti-nller
oenfinn mnili ihr-en'Ti fri'i' of our own e.til
lslnict to this product mi "f Hie stnMn boto
named nnd li ipn to till all r.r.t. r. with- nt delay .
W would cllthi' nttei lu,n i.f these Until mir
rhtltiK, t ihesuice.. i.ii I popularity of all ot
the;-" Moves, k.. better. il of their intrinsic-
merit e n In- iv.er.-d tlmli astatetnent ofthi-f'',
Unit nflcr Is sears usiinnd li.-insiib.c-l l .-n-m
let. in till hinds of localities, mid to fli most
bltLr nnd determined opposition that could Iw
Inventeil, thlt tliev aie lo-day, the
.Most l'oinilor Stou'S In tin .tlnrJcft,
and have uiven such Miti.f.n t'ontlat me dennu 1
s Krcuu rib in ' r.
If jou Haul llm
HLST C'OOKINi; STOVK I'OIS WOOD
.1, ty the t llAUTi:!! 'UK.
If vmi tsnt tlio
Jr.HST cooKiNti stovi: ron coal
l.ll thct llALI.K.N.li:.
If you wrint tin-
Neatest k Ilt-st .slu-ut-Inm IMrlor Stint'
evennMl... buylho LVK.MMJ .sfAIt.
SCI.I" JlY
KXCIILSIOJI, 2IANLT.VCTn.lN0 CO.
012 t Oil .V. .Milt" Stieel,
fit. I.ouls, Mini
oil.
C1. W. JIKWHKKeSOS"
Cnlro, Illinois.
lulvldvclv ,
STOVI'.S.
J;v j SJIVTH & C.,
THE BEST AND CKEAPEST!G5cER
JaJ,
Wood CooZi Stove
Him tlio I'ateut 1'Irc Huttoia
WAKUA.VIKD NOT TO CUACK.
Tor Hate l.y
Beerwart, Orth k Co.
Cin'oiiniicrcinl Avt'iiiK',
Cairo, - - XliixioisM
trpUII
rPMP.
Jg S. HAKKK'.Is,
DfULKIt IN
FUlljIfUSlE
Bar Fixtures,
(JI.ASSWAItK nml HOl'SH IT'USiMI
IN(i (iOODS,
185 and 137 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
JHAI V-:M A Ir. I.TI! in.
I. WAIDBE
coit. tii sr. -oiuo i.kvi:k,
airc. - - - UlEiisoaH
Has jun receive In fill r, t rompletestoclc rl
READMiE CLOTHING
AND
Genls' Furnishing Goods
Of every deseript rm, uhieli will bo sold at prices
that will not Uil i.) mi. i nil purchasers, I'oricct
ritsftlariintced. His stock of
Sliirts, Mats, Caps, etc.,
Is'not excelled In jic.lnt of price, t'.jle uud mater,
ml In this or nny other market,
nny
CALL. AMI SKK IIIM.
UKHf
II. K, PiirUer II.F. IllaU
lAllKKIl & HLAKi:.
Denlers m
WHITE LEAD. 1C, OILS
Window (ilnsH nnd I'litty.
Urmshcs, Weill Paper, Window Bites
95 omio u:vi:i:,
Cairo - - - - Illinois
STEAM SHIPS,
QUWAItD
TKAMNIIII'N I. avo Wci-lsly froulWtW
Yorlt, Mvcrpool 'VTNUr'
Kor paisags apply to :IIAH. u jn(not.
OCULISTS AND OPTICIANS.
ihk aw i von s-'okt.
W?
t:::: Mi.r.,iHiNisoi-,pr.,Kri'HiuiiT
There i- iiotbini ft lalllnble ns Perfect flight,
mill I'cifc. "Tthl e.m only be oblslned by uslii);
I'lMlKLCT HI'KC'TAf LKI T be dlllleijlfy of Pro.
eurlntrwliieh Is well known.
.Mt s-n -.. LAXA Kl'S ti MOItlMS,
Li CU LISTS feHD OPTICIANS
liAK'irOllU, COM.V.,
Mftr.ufuit.rii3 c(th C'eletsled
Perfected Spectales,
avintf, nlierycurs nl Kipeuen' e, llxpertni ent
HiKlth-M iei-lioti of cosily n.srh iiery, Iwcti enab
ed to produce thtil firniid In id.'atum,
jl'oi iooi apooxnoiosj,
3Srcvcr Tiro tho Eye
Andlnt insny jnrs without nhaiik'". Messrs
Latirus A Morris have nppointed
Taber Brothers
WATCHMAKKUS. .IKWKLEIIS AND
OPTICIANS,
Dealers in all kinds of
American and I'oirltfii Watched,
I'm Jewelry, Diamonds, Eotld Ktlver, Phfed
Ware; also Msnufsctiireis of Jenelty and Ma
ruon I risttitiKi,
IS"o. 83 Ohio Levee
t'AIKO, ILLINOIS,
r'olo Aitents for llils place, from whom only ea,
they U. c btntied .VU I'KDM.CIIH KMPLUYKD
LAAUUS Si MOHKIS,
Manufacturing Opticians, Ilartlord, Coos.
tnsn:wl
! . OHIO LEVEE,
cmo, zziisirfozB.
i Also, keep c f.s'.v.'ly cn hsnd a most com.
piste si ji k ol
: LIQUORS i WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Oo-XISJfis,
i Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
i
We ere hi'en's tor J. Iteid A Co.'s Celebrated
WIIKhLI.V. ALK.
W sell delusively fur Cash, to which fact we
Invite the attention of clem largsm buyers.
Hp. al attention Klvrn to flll.ni; ordsr.
6'0
y tiik siovi:.'
M. HULEN
s ft e d
AM)
Confection Merchant
lint Urmovt'd tn IIU Old Stand
ommefcial jjyenue
Whc rc he solid Is a rontinbsr.ee of atronsKr w
his fxrmercutto mers, as well as Ihsi of as mau
pew ciiri as may Ma-it pnmjr,rrcerit, provialonsy
ef., remnrkaUy ehesp for csh.
Termst ctritlly rash, for which ha will aell,
Okri limn IholOHc-st, e7tf
JP VI.C'KXT.
I'KALKIt IN
GROCERIES
Plaster Paris Plasterers' Hair
OIEIVXXJINJ-'Z'. sJbo.
r.iint) in Itulk, ulnayM on bund
CORNER Bth SiT&OHIO LEVEE
CAIRO ILL.
"wood:
J M. WAKI,
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
s i Hi:t'Aiti:n to rn.i. obdkbu
Promptly and salisfactorily, with tho very bea
KircHOod,
OAK ami HICKORY
Leant Orders at llulen'ii Old Stand
UK AT TIIK 1'ONT QmVK
QAKL I.. THOMAS,
Is prepared o do all kinds of
PAINTING
.....AND
ta aa gjer,
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
C-Clltxmi COMMKCIAI, AVKNVE AVO
yiQIITll NT Its: ITT.
MSMS7
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M.D,
RESIDENOE-No.SJ, Thirteenth treat
between Washington ATentio and Walnut Afreet,
ri'ion t'.'it Commercial Aysuue, up stalrtf.
inco rinyi-occii ..in i-.iiniini.-i .mnui-.iii-
loihe Mesrerstn Machtis-Us, iih.Hie i.uoJ.mtin
licrtu'iit, New llHtupsliire, ertnnnt, Maine, New
York, Ni Jersev, Pennsylwius, Ohio, llehltsn,
U'oconsin, Illltioi.. .Minnesota, Ksnsas, .Missouri,
lovin.anitnll the llritlsh Provinces, during the
pnslslxleen years, Thon celebrated I'erleeled
Hpeetuclea
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