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THE CAIRO DAILY RULLET1N, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1G, 1872.
THE BULLETIN.
JOHN II. OHKnr.r, KJlUraad lMtwir-
KniwTTlTonsiNO, JVbrwry l
Ts-
Vv LTfRAL oxchanjrc fur-
jaie better the bright orange hue
5h;ch L th nitural effect of the new
-nncing smi of June. It direct the
".corporation with the butter a taken
vm the churn a mixture of anotta and
.merictwo vegetable substances harm
. ss enough, the one used wholly for
.-ilorintr. while he other is used tried
" inall.'' aj well a. in djeing. While
" ii pleasant to have our winter lubri
.nt a color that will not suggest lard,
e would suggest that the dairymen
ight leave t! n tinting process to their
jnsumcrs, who would thus know what
oportion was the product of the
i ild-cycd kinc and what had a foreign
icin. If anv of our housewives arc
"lined to trv butter coloring they I
n readily do'it. using the proportion
J , ' , 11 . .
.' one-fourth pound of anotta with
.If an ounce of tumeric mixed with a
jund of melted butter, straiucd, salted
id ketit 111 a cool nlnrn. Krnin this
, , , . .
Id as much or little as you please to
.10 white butter, workinc the mass till
hi n nnJfi.r,., .,.!,.:..
. has n uniform tint. Our authority
ays the addition will really improve
neiiaor as well as tho color of ie
t....i. .
uuiier.
ti'v AtiMinr thn onutlv p1inif.i nf
V u ADMinv. tlio costlj elegante ol
uic paiaoc couuiies anu Miceping cars
that run on our great railroads. Yet
. b ... I
on rotlection we are inclined too be-
Hove, that with all tho polished walnut
anduilver mounted equipments tlicic
is yet lacking au article which may
.it. , ,
not proc so ornamental, but would
be useful in the liiirliest derti. I.nt
n li-ivn in ,.11 i
us hae in .11 the passenger cars where
icry traveller can bee nielli, two gooil
axes, a ar oro a smali tin occurred
a ma.u up occurred
on one ot tho cat-turn road. The
Rinnkiii" par wan npnmnti.tn u-T,.nv- .....i
; i... .1 ,,i
"111 ... "
wi.i rf 3
U1U ,v tiuit, iii mo pas- snail cxrceil mo in tin cordiality and ourn
ecngcrs escaped except one, a pror.ii- ostincss with which I shall support him
ncnt diviie, whoso name has escaped
our memory. Ho was iuin'if by
the timbers, but in fill view of his fellow-travellers
who could have saved
him if they only had had an axe. He
sent farewell messages to his family,
and wa burned ns if a martyr at the
stake. Only last week n collision hap
pened near Alton, nnd five lives were
lost by the cars burning. One poor
fellow with his foot caught begged for
some one to cut it oil' and free him.
Alas, the same old story, no nxo to be
had, and he burned to death in the
sight of thirty stout men.
We ask the legislature to investigate
this matter, and thoy will find that axes
should be carried in every car.
fta?" Secretary of statu FUhhns requct
cd thosecrttary of war to designate un effl
cicrit and competent olllccr of the army to
take charge of the dotalls of tho nrriuiL'e-
mcnts for tho enlcraliimeut of the Japan
ese embsy, for which congress hut placed
$50,000 at the dlspoml of the stale depart
rnent. Tho ecretary of war has accord
ingly designated Brevet Urin. Gun. Win.
Hycrs, quurtcrnuntor United tjlatcs army,
for this purpoie, and ho will at onco proce
ed with tho preparations nccef.ary. The
Japanese paity will number 114 personr.
The programme Is not yot decided upon
NOTES OF THE DAY.
Toronto U to hnvo a prison "exclu
Wely fur ladiu,, r
."r."8Vln" oil crowd tho mourners
at hew Orieun
-AuenterprWng uW , w
to go to hurope to tell photo,.,, 0, t,
lire.
Tha Danburv Vws tell ,.r . i .
tlltri fit h ltiirtv whn kiifpiii'ilntl In .u . I
i i - - r hu u .
log his condition until tho upnlcs were
brought around. "When ho suiv them his
emotion overcame. ""What!" ho ex
claimed, "apples at this season V Aro tbey
rijM!?"
A correspondent divide brides Into
two classes, tho terlous and tho smiling.
The Cut enters with u queenly step, and
to lun.s suy, "Don't look at me. Don't
you iV in married, and that thoso days
are overt" The other comes up smiling,
as much a, to ,y, ,Mmleil ,,,, J(
It not good fun '"
, m ? 8,,U,"n'in hM Invented . new
lethod of ightuig ,I0UW1 wUh
fwC',"4 orP,,l". " the wholo
ploslonT W B0 t0(tL', 1" ca,e of an ex-
Kben 0.u. ,
tha AlIcLIr, . wl' was sentenced to
mi!r,loi-ln.. 1,1. .iV Wilson for llfo for
engaged by her to prJ, v"' "
him, died recently, 'j ho u, , orco ,rom
inittednt Cold water In v..i? v""'com-
Leach was n man of fine bllltieVI,M8.CV
tUlnmsnts as atrbnl.r i t. ,.mK'i
.u Ul, w)Ie
&1 a
....... .w-... Roth recovered
rjtt "J ,tw,l,d inl( ifiilil Httnckef
tk korrrj. Tbey r considered out of
&lftt sow.
It ii rUtr 'that wben "Wlfull m
dfing in disguise from the country after
IrtV turrender, he crossed the MiI.jj)l
in company with a detachment of Federal
oWier. "Wishing to know If possible
how the wind blew, ho began n general
tirade against tho leading Confederate,
winding up by inquiring what would bo
done wiili thai icamp IVigfall If they
ihoutd catch him. The soMlcn replied
that they supposed they would hang him.
" Yes, they would do exactly right, nnd I
would pull at one end of the ropo! " repli
ed AVigfall, mounting his mulo and trot-
ing, off westward.
LETTER FROM COLFAX.
HE 1ICLIKVCS OKS. ORANT TO BE THE-
FIR'-T CHOICE OF THE J'EortE FOR RE
ELECTION, AMI WHILE HE IS WILLINO
TD HE A CAXMDATE FOR RR-ELECTION
TO THE VICE I'RESIDENCY HIMSELF,
HAM NEVER AUTHORIZED HIS NAME TO
BE V4ED FOR THE OFriCE OF PRESI
DENT. Indianapolis Fob. 9. Vice-President
Collax has written a letter to the editor of
tho Journal, of this citv, in which, after
noticing r telegram from Indianapolis to
tho effect that a concerted effort was being
mado to secure for him tho
nomination for VttMml, he i
'o such effort is being
mo itcpublican
) snys i
x mndn nm.
w,ere by my wish or authority. Publicly
?ni1 pnvaloiy, m spcec ios in uie icttorf, i
l'rCsidenf Grant's rcnominntior., ns well
to thoso not friendly to It ns those who
were, and havo so written to every friend,
in ,. Jiluift ,vho skcd ,,,v onlnlon.' AVhon
tho ticket of Grant and Colfax was olcet-
ctl in 1808 1 dctermino Jjthcro should bo no
u,CImlion between them growing out of
the distribution of prosidentui patronage,
. b frln.di sl.ln nrm.,H
... , .. -;--'n--
win on my pan, anu i nm ciau to state
j that this was most cordially reciprocated
P - v 1,10 rcsidont, so that thoro lias never
,;cen U)c lightest dlstuibnnco of our most
ucsiraDio personal ana political rolullons,
,or Cftn un-v "ucoru m 1118 P" "Ma
to nny real or even protunded antu-
rnr.Wm between u?. I fcol decnlv thn
obligations I am under to the Itonublicans
cont nut d confidence; and political duty to
n l,imy wl'oso reccrd for tlio past ten
years Is tho noblest over made bv any
parly, In any country or any age, induces
mo to sav that if tho National Convention
dcomcd it wisest to rcnomiuatn mo for tti'o
nmco x now hoWi ! would ncccpti bul my
interest in tno continueu asccnuancy o
'"I"'"''"'"" '1,r Brual?r , n ,n "
norsontti considerations, nnd if tho ct
vention prefers somo onoolso for tho Vii
ny
con
I Vtoshionuy, nnd there nro manv abler and
WortliW, no limn In ttio United States
1 nm not u candidate for tho l'ruldentlnl
nomination, boing just as decidedly a
iinniiiiatlon, nnd bono our convention on
tho '-'I'll will tio declare ununlmously. I
bop, for tho euko of harmony, politically,
and to savo me pcrrtinnlly "from tho sus
picion of bud fiiitli toward one with whom
my relations are and havo nlwiivs been so
cordial, that in v niimo miiv not bu men
tinned to (ten. Grunt, whom I believe to
bo that llrst choice of a verv luriro mu
Jority of tho Itopuhllcans of tho United
stales. Truly yours,
.Sciiuvi.Kit Coi.r.vY.
TUB IT.KSIDKNT TO COL. KOUNKV.
Tho President has forwarded tho fol
lowing to Col. .. AV. Pornev; "Ex
ecutive Mansion, A ii'liington, Koliniary,
VI. ToOol. .1. W. Forney, Collector of
tliol'ortot l'lilladeiphla: .My dear Col
onel; Your letter of tho 10th lust., tender
ing your resignation of tho ollleo of Col
lector of tho Port of Philadelphia, to tako
effect on tho Hrst day of March, was dully
received. I regret "that you have found
this course necessary, because your up
pointmeiit to that jihico gave almoit
universal satisfaction when it was mado
and since. Your services havo boon ap
preciated and approved quite as gonorally.
1 appreciate, however, tlio reasons which
you assign for tlio courso taken, and hope
for your continued success as n journalist
and citizen. I will bo highly grutilled if
successful in procuring as your succcntor
ono enjoying tho same confidence of tho
public and tlio administration, and who
will administer tho ollleo us well ns yon
have.
With high regard, vourohedint orvant,
U. S. (1 ISA NT.
THE FURJKAUE.
II. LKW CO. I'AV TUB IlldllKbT MARKBT
I'RICKH.
Below will bo found the corrected list
of prices paid by II. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, fculliew, woo), tallow, bees
wax, nnd all kinds of country produce
I.ovy A: Co. do it very largo trade in their
line, nnd it is a well known luet that thoy
always pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market. 'Jhcv uro now
4 - 11
for
YVUh i
MNV
lUeocii,','
Wildcat:'."
Iluuio Cut...'
Musk Km...
Opossum
Otter
Dear Skins.
$2 00a 2 2&
liO
00
10 ii 15
15
12
6 00 a 7 00
Heaver, per pound ;." a 00 00
iiihks, run iou.m. 60 14 '
Deer Skins
Hoof Hide, Dry Halt
" Green Salt....
JaV
OTUHll AHllCLBu:
Tallow, psr pound
Feathers, '
0a7j
r0a05
llOn 70
20 a 28
Wool, " "
Ilccswax " "
The above prlco Hot is subject to correc
tion,
The i-olict of tho North Missouri Ins
Co,, is now, and always has bcon, to limit
its risks within the range of any ono Uro,
sotliat tho Uustruetlon of any town or
city would not sweep away und consider
able portion of assets. This prudent fore
thought saved the Company at Chicago,
und will be ono or Its safeguards In th'u
futuro.
Saffohd, Jlonnm & Candee, Aots.
Fresh Muscat grapes from California,
ut received at Jorgeustn's. u
HUKKAHJ 11URRA1I1I HURRAH 11 1
TltEl'RINCE COME AT t.AIT NO 00R0E
COULD KKH' HIM AWAY AT ANV TIME
Ol'lt ENTERVRISIXO CIT17.KNS, COf.VCIL
MEN AND EX cHIEF-FIKE-MAItSHAL,
tt)U ,yjl
will now have nu opportunity to tnnko
good use of their bran now duds, which, J
rumor mvi, were purchased expressly for
the occasion. The city authorilici will
no doubt about it receive, In ft body,
Schuh hnd Buder not excepted, nlthough
they voted against an formal reception.
Whom have they to thank for the realiza
tion of their ton J d minis 7 That is the
momentous question now before the house.
The nnswer is tho
THE CAIRO TURNER SOCIETY,
who invited, instead of tlio unreliable
I'rinco Alcxi, their royal highnesses, the
PRINCE AND 1'RINCESS CARNIVAL,
and thoso illustrious personages havo in
formed tho undersigned committee, by
telegram, that they will, without fail, ar
rive at Cairo on
MONDAY, FEllRUARY 19TII, 1872,
rain or snow, sunshtuo or storm, nnd hold
court, including a
GRAND MASQUERADE 11 A LI.,
at
SCII EEL'S WASHINGTON HALL, ,
The following is the
PROGRAMME,
gotten up expressly for tho occasion:
1. Harlequin ;
2. Musicians, with brass In their faces J
3. Mastor of Coromonlcs j
4. Thoir royal highnesses, the Princo
nnd Princess Carnival ;
5. The first trial of tho "Temperance
iiiw" will tako plrtcc.
At this trial nil fools who havo taken
part in Its passage, will be present, to-wit:
Mombors of tho legislature, judges, law-
ors, policemen, bailiffs, a woman, nowspa-
per roportcrs, barkeepers, bummors, and
largo audience composed -of men and
women.
C. The wholo to concludo with tho
equestrian performance of Signorn Pepita
do Ollviv, on her Arabian thorough-bred,
liuccphalus.
Monsieur Horkulcs and his son; nftcr
which his royal highness will break up
tho wholo in a general confusion, in mod
urn language, culled a Polonuiic, waltz,
quadrilli1, etc., etc.
This will continuo until daylight tho
ncxl morning in the evening.
Particular attention will bo taken nt tho
door to exclude all those whoso company
Is not desirable
Tickets for the grand masquerade ball to
bo had at Uudor Bros., P. G. Schuh's drug
store, Burger's, Bclznor's, Atba.'s harbor
shop, and of Mr. Schmltzdorf.
By order of
J. BuuciEU,
K. V. Uklzner,
II. SdtMITZDORF,
W. Ai.ua,
Com. of Arrangements,
feb.9-tf
REMOVED,
THOMAS' rilOTWIRAlMIK) ART OALLKRY
ltKMOVJi.lt TO TDK C.MWVH nv VIIIIIT
STKKKT A.VII COM M KIK.'I A L AVKNUK, l.V
KISKK'b 1IU1LDINO.
I now havo good light to work by and
plcasuut rooms for tho accommodation of
visitors nnd customer. I am now pre
pared to do as good photographic work n
was ovor dono in Cairo. I will take pho
tographs, plain, imitation porcelain and
gums; old pictures copied, enlarged, nnd
colored in India ink or water colors. Par
ticular nttontion given to taking child
ren's pictures.
Don't forget tho place, corner Klghth
street and Commercial aveune.
-fob7-Jw ' J. J. Thomas.
I'UItH ANU III1;H.
II. LKVY & CO.,
DEALtnt IX
HIDES AND runs,
WOOL, FKATIIEItN, KTC.
93 OHIO IXj EVE E.
Caiho, Illinois,
novist
JAKE WALTBK,
BUTCH El
XSB DXAtlH IN
FRESH MEAT,
Kioinii Strekt, Uktwekn Wasiuxqton
AND COMJIBRCIAL AVBNUErf,
AlJoliilii(; Itlllriitiuiiiio A l(nnuy'n.
Kfep (ho Let of Ilcef, Pork, Million, Veal,
l.Htnb. H:nvHiro. olc. nliil am urnniiroil inkcriM
eilltem Id llm inont hccIIiIc imihiici .
NKltVOUS DUBILlTi',
Will; lln Kloimiy iillrnilRiilN, low Hiilr-
? 'l'rinnimi. iii vuiiimiirv ciiiImmihii.
lux
now
sfir M-iurii, Htrrs'.iitlorrliitii, Ionh ot
!' IU.zy liuul, Ionh of memory,
Mini llirciitriiiil iniiirlviii'o a ml l.Mue
cilllN, iiml n lovrrttsicii euro lit ISiim.
iiniiu'oiniiuo Mpcc sic jio
lY-f'llclll. Ciiniiin.nil nt tt-.n imikl viilna
ble inllil nul nntent Curiillvn, llioy i-triao
ondo at llm root ol the in itli i toao up l va
K in. nrreHi iiiiii.cnarge, hihi iiii i.irl tluormiil
iiiii'rcy, llloaml vlUlllj to tioi'iilin man. Tliey
Iii cured lliuUHiiiuIn of ch ii. Price, $.1 iiur
piK'k.aeiol the bourn and a liirue J- viul. wlili-li
Ii very iniiioilant in nlislinnlo or old cni-cs, or II
U"rniKlelix. Bold Ly all clrut(i6tJ, tin I sent
y niaiioniueli ol juice. Address lliiniiilirey'
V "oiiieoiiiiinio Jioincuie to., met uroan
P. BtSllUH.
a!lTwtv Aeenl. (Tmrii, IllinnU
OBNTHAls MKvp MA11KKT.
KOEIILER & BUOTIIKH
U M HlltUlU
lOIVI.AU MEAT MAItUET,
COMMERUIAE-AV.,
Uclwrfu Kllilli liliilTvutli Nlrt eta,
and will Keep constantly on hanil tho best tneata
iLW""eim ,;l10 mnrkal, They defy coin"
rttllion, tllve them n trial.
sehisiir,
BOOK ni.VIJKftY,
CAIKO CITV HOOK BINDKKY,
joii.v ir. oitr.ui.v a co
rnnniiKTOss,
Bulletin Building, comer of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
Cairo, lllliuos.
All klti'Is of Dlmllng anil Ilti'ing ilono nt tlio
Trry loHrent i.rlces. HnrinK I'liituKeil the eervl
ion ii f Mr. llucli, who lian liml nmny y'onrs
pxporleoee In one of brut Hlndorlrn of St. Lntiin,
in ptiperinteiul tnls plnMIhtnpnt, c run eon
llJcnlljr nroinlsf our patrons work ripul to tint
of air Uinile ry In Hie went.
1'AINTKUS.
MOOUK & MATI1KWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAI1TTEES,
Ieeortlv PancrlinnRlnsr, HbIhoiiiib
In if, etc.,
Done la Hie l.iBhut style ol the art, anil a
ratti llnldelj coinpetllloo.
SHOP IN PERRY HOUSE, CORNER OV 8TD
1TREET AND CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
HALOOMN.
EL DORADO
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATEN, Proprietor.
H)C Commercial Atenue, CAlttO, ILI.IN'OIH
licet brand of California Cigars Just rfCf IreJ,
B1LI.IAHD ratoon furnlnhnl vitli llm l"t ol
tallies : nnil bnr annDllril with wines, liquors
anil cigar of the fluent brand.
A. SUSANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA 'SALOON
And Dealer In Koraign and Domtsllo
WINES, LIQUOKS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Levee,
lletweeu Ninth and Tenth Streets,
Cairo, III.
UerKtf
INNVUANCK,
W. H. WORRItf,
Notary Public,
II. II. CANUKK
No. Pub. and U. H. Cm.
CCIDKNT, LIFE,
HfTStTEANCEl
.TNA, 1IAUTFORII,
Assets J5,5I,MI 97
NORTH AMK1UCA, PA.,
2,7S3,000 a
Asiotl..
llAIll KOKD, CONN.,
Asset. :,Mt,2l0 11
rillKNIX, HARTFORD,
Astels..
Asset I..
,1,781,118 80
INTKRNATIONAL, N. Y.,
,.l,S.VI,3t)8 17
PUTNAM, HARTFORD,
Asset ; 706,917 W
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Assets. S1S.C73 St
HOME. COLUMIIU8,
Aanita 515.278 41
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets WO.OOOOO
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIVE,
Atactl So.WXi.tiOO DC
TRATELEH'8, IIAItTKORD, LITE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets. l.AOO.OOO or
RAILWAY PAHHENOEIta AbHURANCB
CO., HARTFORD,
Assets 500,000 t
INDEPENDENT, llOhTON,
Asset eao.Hl
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Hank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AIS'D MARINE
losr s tj -A. 2sr o ei
CO HIM MEM
niIqaba, V, T.,
AsaM . l,4V,,tl6 it
OEUMANIA, N. T.,
UANOYER, N. Y.
nr.PUllLIC, V. Y.,
Assets,
1.0C8M 7
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Assets........
Assets
Comprising the Underwriters' Auency.
YONKKR8, N. Y.,
Aisats, , 878,461 It
" ' A Lit ANY CITY,
Assets ... .' 153,191) a
JflRKMK.S'rt 'UND, H. V.,
A'H
ti78,fcO0 0
HUCUKITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Amo' ,m,ttt 00
S T?o i,l)w,1nR. Kurnlture, Hulls and Car
u5rmairii?".'ln''', m rates ns fiiYorhble aa aound.
I ? r.H.??;ilrUy wl warrant.
h?:nbxvvh" c"l,0B" of ct,t0'
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IIALL1DAY BROTHER
GENERAL AGENTS
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71. FALL-WINTER. 72
c h anjsty.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SI1KETINGS,
PKINTS,
TICKI1TGS.
UUECKS,
AND
S T It I P K S,
KENTUCKY JEANH, EXTRA,
OASSIMERS,
IF I, -A. ILTIfcT 2D IiS.
BLACK ALPACAS
AMD
LUSTERS,
GftOSORAIN SILKS,
POPMSg,
LARUE STOCK OF OARI-MTINO
OIL OLOTUS,
MATTING,
Wlnilow NhsM!,
OI LT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMASKH.
Ulss Eatlre NloekJfow -IolUf Out
IT
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TH ST., AND COMMIRCUL-AY.,
C'OnMINStON ANI1 rOHWAItDIXCl.
0. M. I'lIIIiLIPS k CO.,
(Saccossors lo '.. n. Hendricks A Co., )
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
AMD
WHAUF-MOAT FKOl'KIKTOKS
lS Conninent,. 1 0&Jft
Aro prepared lo receite, store ant orward
freight" to all ilntaond buy
sell on coinmlnsion.
aWBuslneaa allendeit lo promptlr
U. M. IIULEN,
GROCER asdCONPECTIOR
And Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nuts
No. 134 Commcrcinl-ave.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
D. 7., MATIIUKH. K. C. UUL
MATIIUSS & TJHL,
POEWABDI 2TGr
AN I) UKNKH At.
Commission fijitcii ants
DEALERS IN
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. M OHIO I.KVKK,
Blueen tuurlh i Sitth Mi AlltO.II.l,
aUR?J ilAwlf
JOHN IJ. I'JIIMilS ASON
(Hucceisort to Jno.ll. I'lilllis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CAIKO. ILL.
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION
txu
FORWARDING M KRC1I ANTS.
IVo. 04 Ohio Ijcvco,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
noriUdtr
CLOSE & VINCENT.
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
AHU
XDE-fVXiEKS I2ST LIME
Cement, Plaster Parid,
AMD
P L A. S T E R E R'S II A I R,
Corner Elulilb Ntreet nmt Ohio Eesrc
CAIRO, ILL.
STRATTON k BIRD
(Successor to Miration, Hudson A Claik.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
Agents of American I'owder Co., and man
BKunii ior couoii Tarn1
mLTihiF'FHilkKit'i""""'
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AMD
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS lou FAIRUANK'S SCALES
Ohio Lethe, CAIRO, ILLS.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE,
FLOUR
AMD
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
CAino, Illinois
CO A I. ANU WOOD.
WOOD I WOOD II WOOD II
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Asi Clients, It ssot Clseir
lian any woad dealer Inffl;,, "jfttj
m ili ii at 1 he Poatoieco M at lloss cos
MEOICAIm
RtMlt.l A SIMTT.THI1S f"! It H A N'T I U
lIUMPIIItEV'H
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
TTAVB prnved, from tho mot ampin e.Tper
l'l lenc',nn ' iitlrn n'lcen-s Himijle I'ronipl
Kiuciciitand Ili lmhle. 'I'heT ' H'" only nel-
: nr rcrfecllv nilapuil to ipinar ""'-""ini
i. .i... .ijti... ...... r.t i. miiili, lii ua nit themi
en Imrmles ns lo l.o frre f.om danger, nnd so
tlllcleutn lo honlways reliable. They lie ral
edtho lilRhenl coiiitnendallons from all, nnd will
alnaya render satisfaction.
l, Cures rnern, congestion, innatnmiuiv(u.
1, " Worum, worm ferer, worm colic 25
3, " S'rylsiK.ci)llcorteethlngolinfnta...W
4,
ti
(I,
7,
c.
IsVuenirry. griping, b'llous colic...2S
rrile, Ol ciniurea anu -"
iioiern'inoniut, voinmnK....,
i'lisilprn. pnlHa. Iirnnnhillm
aj
TVclsrulirln. Innlli.inhp. fuceacho
If rnslnrllpa, slek hesdache, TerligoUA
Kyuiicpiln' billons atoinaclie.
Muiir')cl,or tmlnnil periods.
a.
n.
w iiiicn, loo iiroiune perious.
S'rnuji, coilith, dlfllcult lireatlllnK...''''
Nnltniieiiin, Krysipelaa, KruiitionnZi
In,
10,
17.
ft
S:
25,
!ii.,
.
is,
HhrssinnllMin, rlieumilc iin,..-.'
vrrnnil ARiir, chill Icier, aiiureM
1'llrii, LUnd or hlceillng .......W
Oplstlslrsnjr, and sore or weak eyei-V
S'litnrrls, acum orrhronlc, InflueiiimW
WIiooiIsik-JosskIs, lolentcouihiiM
AmIIiiiiii, iiprceiJ hrealrnnx .M
Eur lllNrlSHrKPi.lnienlred hearinxM
Nrriirssln entamedclandu, awelllnKtdU
lOin-riil Itrltllll-, physical weak.
lir- W
lroiy and sciinly Secretion M
Hvn SI('lliPKH,alr!knea from ridiniVi
Klilsss-y-Illkraar, liratel .....!A
.NrrtoiiH ISclilllly, aemlnal ernln-
onii.lnroliintar illhcl.nrKe .1 ou
l'l trllitxps, wits Clio t i Tinl of powder
ery mtesnnry in serious cu.i'n...i 10
Mure MimsIIs, ranker - .M
I'rliuirr ckiio, v. el ( Inn leiUvi
I'nlsslisl I's-rlwilN, with Kpaiiia,..(c
NsillprlsiKs.t change of life.... I Cr,
i:iilloiJ .Spnunn, Kl.Vilui'danee.l uij
Ilillirrlnnlc, elated tore throat U)
or 35 lo no 1 11 run vlnlN.iiiororro
nrrimeiionil raxe, rwsilitlsilsstr n
Niirrlllr for 'rry oiullisnry tlla
ruMi llllillly laoisbjei't lu, mill
liookM nrdlrrcllosiN ..from llfTo t25
Hmaller rilllllly HndTrti'llsiKcae,
M to s vialu - "n 8-J to 98
Hpeoiliulor all I'rititK- Klaenxea,
lotli for Ciirlnif and tor I'resen.
tlvc ireatiiient, in tialsand lmctt
cfuea....- to 5
l'UMl'H KXTKACT
Citrea Hum, llrui.c, l,mrn, Sorenesp, Bore
Ihroal, nprnini, Tiw:iiaciie. r.arwne, neuralgia.
Rlieiihiall.tn. I.umhMUO. l'llea. Ilolli. HIiiil-i.
iiorc Kyi., Illeedlnitof ilia Lime-, Nine, htorii
aidi, or of 1'ileai Cnrim, 1'lcere, Ol I Morea.
1'nce, eos.,Wcla.i I'lnta. II m eotrl, ll'7S.
ao-iei. rtmo'iien, excepi romrs r.iiraci,
hy the ra.e or alnxlo Ixn, ar eent to any part ot
thvcouhlrr, hy mall or eipreas, flee 01 charne,
on receipt 01 uie price, aikiicx
iiuiiriiitr.VB'Mi'i-xii-iu
llUMI'.OI'ATIIIC JIKIUCINECO.
Office and Itepct, o. Utl llroadway, New.Tofk,
HJIl HALK In r. fcUIL lI, UAIHU, lilt,
aifKl&iteowaM Iv
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY
Mrs.
W II lit OMR'S
hjrop.
Jttt.
tT II 11 (OMR'S
rtjrnp.
C'nre colic and griping
In thn bnwelt, and fa.
cililatea the process of
teething.
Kutxltiei conTUlslena
and orercomta alldln
n.p incident to In-
1'rlre,
Si
Ceatt.
I'rlre,
Si
(tits.
t. fanta and children
Hrt. ( Ciirea diarrhea, diten.'t Prl(
ITCOMIl'Sl tery and summer com. I ti
hjrap. j plaint In childienol all j Cea
frlff,
nniTcox
ts.
It li the flreat Infant's and Children's hoothlns;
Remedy In all dlaorder hronjiht on by Teethlo
orany oilier cau. Prepared hy the
OltAfTU.N MKDICINK CO., fat. Louie, Mo.
Bold hy Dmxxlsts an
terywhere.
ealera In Medicine
my7dwCm
A HOOK FOR THE MILLION.
MARRIAGE
A PtiTale Couneloi
lo the Married nr
tho.e alioutto tn.rry
liUlllr.. I on the nhirtloloiiicii
:is.
nyklerlesnnd retelallona ol llm seiuai ay.iem
sfth the lalealdiecoterirK In producing and pre-
Tenting otliprini;, prererflnt; inecom plenon.ic.
Thi It an Interesting work of two hundred and
twenty Icur pagen, witn nutr.erou eniraTinut,
and conlalnn mlunhle information for tho.e who
are married nrninleinplate marriaie) .till ill. a
I1.10V that uuiiht to Im under loci, and key, and not
laid careletly atotitthft houe,
fcent to any one (free of jlaye) for JL' ceol
Addreea Dr. Hutu' Inapenaary, So. IS,
Kixhtlielteet, Louii, Mo.
notlre to tlio Anile ted anil Unfortunate.
Hifore npi'lylni? to the notorious (Jiiackn who
adrerline in tne public papem orualm; any (juaek
reinedlen, peruke Dr. Ilutt' work, no mutter
wtial your dlseaae In or how deplorable ) our con
dition. Dr. Hutu can he consulted, personally or at
mail, on thedl.ae.et mentioned in hit work,
ollice, No. IS N. Kliihth tlreet, 11. Market and
Chestunt SI Loula Mo. mVJ.lwl
AGENTS WANTED FOR
HELD EX,
WHITE CHIEF:
OS,
Tirelvr Vrnrn iiiiiimir I lie Wild I ml I ana
or I lie I'inliiit!
The I.lfeot fieorRe 1. Ilelden, who Jsined the
Indiitn and liecame nceUbraled wnrr.or, aliound
in thrilling adieiuitre uud ctirimiit informaticn,
and ,h nriifiinelv llliiKtrntfd with new nnd eplr
iled eni;ravliiot iiilvenliiies nml the mnnnera
anil cuiotii ofthe lndlanii. The moil populur
and eiiccfi.fiil hook ot the. year. Sella at unlit.
I)n again JtiKt reports t'JH jirollt in one week. A
10 page circular, with specimen page, n largn
pouter with Si llliMimtlon. and terina to agvnti
cent free, by I'. A. HUTCHINSON St CO., 6W N
Hixth streel, Hi. I.ouln, Mo, jantdswly
l'ARKER & RLAKE,
ftXlT.Hi IV
WALL PAPER, PATENTS,
I'utly, UpiikIiip, Cimallsir,
"WIITDOW GLASS.
WINDOW SHADES,
And the celebrated illuminating (,
AURORA OIL.
UU0S8' UUII.DINO, COIl. llTH-HT. It COM
MERCIAI.-AV.
0AII-.0,
ang2Utf
Illinois.
FAMILY OIIOCKKIKH.
LOUIS JORGENSEN,
Dealer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
qjjOOBBIHS.
Farmer's) Vnrd ana BtttbllaK '
without ciiahqk.
Cor, Washington-avi'und Twcntioth-et,
meuiire. aid will cord the wood I up 11 UeSlre.i.
CAIRO, int.
aiiKie.il iii..iiuqfiAi.i.ii

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