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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
Our Homo Advertisers.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, between Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
la'rscslvlng dally new Invoices of
Of fury description, and at Paicts to sett the
TUB LATENT HTYLIS OF
SFRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
."IIUJK j lfc, CULL. A US,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
AJULiI.i VAUUK.N ULUVhS,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Tot-ether with all the other articles ketit Id a
Vital Class Millinery and Trimmings btore. To
tt told at the. very lowest figure.
aT-fell aoif see her. No trouble to show
M HS. MoGEE,
9itltlgrilh8treet, between Commercial and Wash
ington avenues, ii uauy receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST 8PRINO AMI SUMMER STYLE.
Ueaides a full line of
Trimmed and untrltnmed,
FRI.NCd FLOWERS. RIBBONS, TRIMMING1
of all kinds. Laces, etc,, etc.
Mrs. Mcfiee haa alao a Isrge assortment of
y aocy Articles, ailcli aa
NECK TIES. COLLAR", UNDERS LEEVES,
KUflr, MASH K", rA.-s,i
And all other articles usually lound in a
FIRST-OLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mra. Mefife. In addition to her stock of Faner
and Milliner; floods, liaa a fine and complete
crtment ul Cincinnati Custom Made Indira
and Misses' Hhoes and Chlldrens" Hoots, Mack
and In Colors. Theae sre acknowledged to 1
lh finest and bt shoes in the market, sr.d till"
la the only place in the my that make, tnem
MRS. M. SWANDER,
haa opened out an extenalve alack of
All ot which are entire It new and of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant aaaortment of
LXs, FRINOK8, KID CLOVEN, IIOSIERV
and all articles uaually kept in a flnl-clas mil
Mra. Kwandir Invltea the nubile tncall and in
spect her stock, whieli ahe ill take pleasure in
showing ui oiu a well aa new custorr era.
SENATOR 8UMNER-S OPINION OF
A TRENCHANT ATTACK ON THE
GIFT TAKING, NEPOTISM AND
MILITARY DESPOTISM UN
that at least ono of tho president's office
holding relatives w tainted with fraud;
another representing tho republic abroad,
has been guilty of gross indiscretions;
others have proved themselves utterly un
worthy of confidence, and yet all are hold
in their places for tho ilmplo merit that
thev claim kinship with the proldent.
lie then discussed, in detail, tho nolo
riotis gift-tnking proclivities ot the exec
utive, and said thut this had gono on to
such an extent that tho poor Galena tan
ner of a few years ago, is now rich If.
houses, lands and stock far beyond the
possibilities of his salary, and is tho
wealthiest president since George Wash
ington. Ho hns given cabinet offices in
exchange for gifts, without, apparently,
being ablo to sec tho indecency of the
transaction, some of the gift-bearing
senate. Greeks not even having the rccommenua-
Washington. Mav 81. 1872. t'on of belonging to the republican party.
Mr. Sumner introduced a long series of Add to all this I have described, an inscn-
rcsolutions recommending arbitration as a ''bHty l t honest convictions ot owiers,
substitute for war In determining differ- ! you have a fair portrait of tho prasi
enccs between nations. oent of America.
Mr. Tipton introduced a joint resolution a no speancr incn conucmncu uro ....
. ... . . . I nt ll.n nAa(f nhl Irs tullnrf Inn nltinsir Ctf
mns lut tinfill IIIIIAtial aliintKI rttnnr Tfl I Ul II 1" UUili III bnnissa. aw vs--w- -
Mlaill)! I t,VIIBlUSIUIIHI HI1II.I(UIHVII ev I - . lat A
dify tho vote power so that tho voto or the army from their proper duties to sur
naiorlty of the qualined members of round his person, declaring it was only
another instance oi nis vanity aim
both houses shall bo sufficient to ovcrcomo
the president's objections,
Mr. Chandler moved to proceed to the
contiderutiou of tho conference report on
the steamboat bill, and said he had re
ceived a great many telegrums from dif
ferent purls of the country urging itmnc
dintu action on tho bill.
Mr. Conkling opposed concunlng in
At tho exniratlon of the tnorninc hour,
as unfinished business, the sundry civil ap
propriation bill came up.
Mr. Chandler moved to lay it on tho
tablo for the purpose of proceeding with
tlia steamboat Dill.
Tho motion to lay on tbe table was lost,
yeas 2C, nays 28.
Mr. sumncr men moveu mm iue appro
priation bill bo indefinitely postponed, and
announced that on this motion he inten
ded to make a speech in vindication of
himself, tho Senate not having consented
to give him a hearing. At a more con
venient occasion, he was obliged to lake
advantage of this opportunity.
Mr. (Jonkling raiicu Jir. oumner s at
tention to tho fact that Mr. Hamlin, chair
man of tho committeo on the rrench
Arms Sales, had been called away by
family aillictlon, and that Mr. Carpenter,
also a member of the committee, was not
in his scat.
Sir. Sumncr said he had heard of Mr.
Hamlin's aillictlon and regretted it. Ho
observed, however, that Mr. Carpenter,
the uutbot of tho French arms report, was
now In his seat, and, thcrcrorc, ho would
proceed. Ho then went on to deliver his
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho sample room
has received tho appointment of agent for
the sale of tho Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wine Company's wines in this city
If tho bottlo with which wo have been
favored is a samnlo of tho quality of
theso wines, then wo arc prepared to say
that they are among tho best wo have ever
tasted. He has just received a largo con
slgnment, which he is prepared to sell at
tho lowest figures. He has also on hand a
largo and complcto stock of tho various
brand:) of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
Excellent Weiss beer at tho Thalia.
Mr. Vtao, III., April II, 172.
F.Jiter Cairt Hntlttm ;
Due Bia Plea to announce me aa a candi
date far Clerk of the Euprtme Court, Southern
Grand bivial in ot lllinoie. The new conatitution
preridea that the Clerks ol the Supreme Court
shall hereafter I elected at the Notember elec'
lion, in lead of tbe June election as here fore.
The aucceaaor of the present incumbents are
to be elected thin coming fall, but will not qualify
until the presi nt terms expire in 16.3.
R. A. I). WILDAKKS,
at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 320-BTREET AND OHIO LEVEk
M I HCELLAXEUtW.
" PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL TAPER, PAINTS,
Pssttjr. Beaialti?, Gaaolla.
And the celebrated illumination
JrflOSS' DUILDINO, COR. UTII-BT. COM
The firm of Miller A t lur, Thet.es, Ills., has
.1. .ll&V aiBBUlTtrU I'Wll.tr.ot. M "J
i. .h.t J,hn Miller of the alore
.-.I IIL the firm'a llnhilltie., anl col'ect
In cliiVn. of tho lirm 'P.
. 1TJ. 6.2-Jd3l
Thebes, III"., May 21,
THE FUll TRADE-
11. LEVY A CO,
TAY TUK IIIU11EST
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of nrices paid by II. Lovy & Co., for
. ... i ..ii i....
hldci, furs, reamers, wooi, inuow,
wax, and all kinds of country produco.
Levy & Co. do a very lgo trade in their
line, Rod it is a well known fact that thoy
always pay the highest prices to bo ob
tained In this market. Ihey are now
m w ao
Beaver, per pound
HIUEa, PER FOUND
Beef Hides, Dry Salt
ii ii Green Bait
Tallow, psr pound
T1 - a. w a T
The abeve price list Is subject to correc
Mr. Sumner onened his speech by stat
ing that he was a member of the republi.
can party, which, be hopd, would ever
maintain its integrity. He stood by its
cradlo but did not Intend to follow Its
hearse. Its condition, however, was wo
fullv changed; in place of principles it
now inscribed on its banners a mero nmne
li.nnn.l nretpnaiunt had first becan to
show themselves when the president it
bad elected had endeavored to use his del
egated trust to force on the country a pol
icy or aggression in aan ionungo, mruing
by every nefarious Hpplltinco reluctant
senators to Indorse his schemes, without
regard to tho constitution or tho people.
Tho name of tho president had becomo an
apple of dlcord, dividing instead of unit
ing the party to which ho owed his eleva
tion, his only object being to secure it sec
ond term ot oflice. On what meat doth
this our tVsar feed that he should asumc
so much? No successes in war can justify
such assumptions. A successful general is
rarelv a uood civilian, and tho president is
P. . - , ft- 4A..-H
no exception lo me ruie. no muai mm
into a kmc before It can be said of him
that lie can do no wrong. He is the elect
of tho people, their servant, ana suouiu
subordinate himself in tho interests
of tho country. Rut how does our
nn.tlii..ni fulfill these conditions? Kvery
provision of the law and tho constitution
it .1 a .l.n .n. iiIavi I till n tfi c n
is treated as little inoro than a perquisite.
In his dally routine, palaco cars, lasi
horses and seaside loiterings figuro more
than bis duties. His trust has been used
to advance his family interests on a sculo
unequalled in the corrupt govcrnmcnv ot
Napoleon; omco nasueen unrivrvu uiuuu
the givers of the richest gifts; personal
devotion to himself has been a higher re
commendation than party or national
dutv ; opposition to his views nas been
punished with all tho power placed at his
disposal, his government, semi-military in
character, hus culminated in it spirit of
military despotism, repugnant to evcry
principlo of republican government, and
III liiir, i.c u nfcn.i.ii.v "" - - "
HUtocrnlic will the supreme law.
Forgetting tho decent safeguards with
which tho constitution surrounds his of
fice, ho has obtained his will on tho sen
ate, attempting to coerce debato and mix
ing in everv personal quarrel engendered
by ..discussion. His porsonal followers
have been Instigated to insult thoso who
might differ from his viows, destroying
tho first prestugo of republican institu
tions in tho eyes ol tho world. Ho new
insists on a second torm of oflice, but it is
easy to see that Cusnrism is at a discount,
and that tho peoplo will not submit to a
second term of his dictatorship.
Tho senator continued by loviowing the
careers of various great warriors, who, suc
cessful In tho field, had proved themselves
miserably incompetent to the administra
tion of civil affairs. Grant, he said, had
nevor voted but onco in his life, and then
for Jiimcs Buchanan. During his retire
ment from tho army ho was earning afow
hnndred dollnrs a year, by tanning hides,
a calling llttlo calculated to improvo him
as n statesman, and ll was only mo for
tune of war that gavo him the presidency.
II if then relerred to his intorvicw wuu
Secrotary Stanton when on his death-bed,
in which tho latter suld : " 1 havo some
thing to say to you; I know General
Urant bettor man any ono in me country,
and now I toll you that I know ho cannot
trovern this country." I said: " lour
SIGN OF THE
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S:
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY 1
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
la. X). SIITB'S
lMth Regular MoPlhly
To be drawn Monday, June 3d, IbTl.
Two Grand Capitals of
$5,000 In Greenbacks!
this uouse is VEWLY FITTED VP WITU
. . , JlWO EXCELLENT
"JENNY LIND" TABLES,
Two Prizes 11,000
nvo rrizes quo
Ten Prizes 100
One Horse nnd Ilugjjr with liter-Mounted liar-
neaa, wottli V" eatn.
One fine-toned Koiewood I'lami, worth l-Vni.
Ten family aewlnu Inachlnea. worth Sl eanh.
Kivh hearv cased iold hunting wit-hes n.id hentj
in cnnina wonri ij.i eacn. r ire koi 1 Atner
.-an huntlnit watches wo.tli ili. each. Ten
titillra irold hunting watchea worth SUN) eai-h.
Blent hundred cold and sllrer ewr liiinllne
watches, In all, worth from S.t) to t va.i, LadleV
KOld Ifontin- chtn, gent'a gold reat cimlns,
euliu ana nouuie piaiea siiTer iroic nna lea
anoona. tihotoitrnidi alhiima, lewelrr. etc.. etc.
noie uuinoer oi guia, ,," iickcis uiniiea 10
Azenlt wanted to tell tickets to whom liberal
premiums will he paid.
Mcste tickets one dollar t six tickets fivedol
Inrsj twelre tickets, ten dollnrs; twente.flre
t iriiilarsronlainlne n full llt of rrltea. ade
scrifitlou of the rnnnner ot drawing, nml other
imormaiion in rcierfnce in me iiiairioitiion, win
he sent to anyone orderin: them. All letters
must be addressed to L. D. Bl.NK, llox, rO,
(.rrnr, Cincinnati, 0.
tot west Mil t.. norc-wiuiy
Our Homo Advertisers.
C0MMIKM1OM AND 1 ORWAHUINO.
Z. D. MATHUSS.,
E. C .U1II,
MATI1USS & UIIL,
Commissi on 1 e n c h ants
HAY AND WESTERN IMlODUCr
N. 61 OHIO LKVEK.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Onts, I Fay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANK'S SCALES,
hloO Lever. CAIKO. II.I.INOIN.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccessors to K. II. Hendricks A Co.)
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalizf.d iiy State Authority and
Drawn in Puiilic in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Clash E, to he Drawn May 31, 18
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
,. 13.4 VI
. 4 in
'J Prises of. 1M
9 " of. !,"
o ' or wo
9 ' of. SOU
9 of 2W
36 " or. '
3.J " of 150
180 " of. KO
;oi ' of .. 10
Are prepared to receire, atom and torwnrd
freights to all point and buy and
sen on commission,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
100 Stile the Rhorteat Rente
NO CUANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, Clenliml, Niagara Falls,
HiitlAln, I'lttahutg, Wi-lilngt'in,
Baltimore, I'hdalelphin, New York.
Ilo'ton and all points ea-t.
Mllwaukie, JaneatilU, Madison,
LaCroase, HI. Paul and all points north.
1 his Is also the only direct rnutn to
Decatur, lllnomlngton, NpnngeM,
I'.firia, IIIIH"T, rfcr-.RUR,
lliirlinxlin, Kock Iljnd, Ln Halle.
Mendota, Dixon, Kreeport,
tlalena, Dubuque-, Mom oliy,
Omaha and nil points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On all Night Trains.
Ilnggnge Cheeked 10 all Important poinls.
For tickets and Information, apply to I. C. R.R.
depot it airo; on hoard tne transit steamer be
tweeu Columbus nnd Citlru, and at tne principal
railroa i ticket otllces throughout the south.
W. 1'. JOHN-UN, ilen'l f ass. Ag't, Chlcsio.
A. Mltciittt, (ien'l Mip't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd nfter Mond"ay, April 24th, 1972,
trains will run as lollows:
Liberal Adt ancements made S?sff
upon Consignments, tEmfp
"Iluslness attended lo promptly.
TUB SALOON IS STOCKED WITH
Tickets. S2 CO.
Our lotteries are chartered by
always drawn at the lime nameu
Tickets, $5: quarter
the State, aro
nnd all draw.
74 OHIO, LEVEE,
C A IE O.
Wholtiale and Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull stock of I'ure Drugs and
For the season ; also a full tine of
Aud Painters Materials generally.
$2 00ft 2 25
10 It 15
00 a 0 00
CO a 75
60 a C
25 a 28
Do you wish to recelre all tho benenefits of
-SARATOGA, N. Y.,
fSr BLUE LICK, Ky
wui.nn, iv. .fiutntM nf a trln tn those reaorla
If so apply in us. We receive these waters dl
reel fMin the spring-", anl are prepared to lur
ntsh them pure, IUE COLD, Fresh and Lliely
from our counter. Persons llrlng id b distance,
n,.i,n ulah tn have the water In their houses.
csn be supplied withSiratoga In bottles and Blue
Licit in bottles, kgs and barrels. Call and get
ac rcular In regard to tne medicinal viriurs ui
these noted waters.
Also a compute Hns ol toilet articles, ini
ported and American Sonpi,
rogcther with a large assortment of Druggists
THE BEST BRA NDS
ings are under the supervision uf sworn com-mi-siouers.
The omctal drawing win ne puo;isneci in um
ft. Loui papers and a copy sent to purchasers
of tickets. .... .
We will draw a similar scheme the last day of
e ery month during the year 17J.
'Remit at our rl.k by po-tcflico money order,
reg'stercd letter, drait or express, i-end for cir
cular. Address, MUlllUV, MILLKtt A CO.,
p. U. box 2I1S. t- Louis, Mo.
JOHN . PHLLISct SON,
(Successors to John It. Milllu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cemknt, Plaster Paris,
Corner ElRlslIi Ntrpet nml Ohio Levee,
TSAIVS onl.VO S-H'TIUAST.
Leate Virslnla C.tU a. m
... 8 2
Arrive at Pana ll.l'i
TRAIS ll)l!lf XOatMWSST.
Leave Pana 4.ii n. m -3.SJ a. m.
" Tavlorsille s so " -
Arrive at 8pnngneld...C.l. ' .tJ "
Leave Spnntrleld '.2 " 0.10 "
Arrive at Viigmia S.lO " S.U
a O U T 11 K It N DIVISION.
TSAISS 04ll fOUUIKAST,
I.envn Kdgwood .'tl a. m. ..t0,10 p. m,
" KUra .2A " U.4" "
Arrive at Shawucet'u 1 M " 415 '
I'At'l. U. Nt'lf I'll, Ag't.
ARE COMPOUNDED IN THE
MOST APPROVED STYLE.
For Sale t FOR SALE,
3, 1 For Sale
, For Sale
1 FOR SALE.
Faro front Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from Glasoow,
Faro from Queenstown
10 CAIRO, ;::::::: $48'
Warlord, Morris A Ca , gents.
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS C URANT UR
a AVE proved, from the most ample, exper
ience, an entire success: Simple Prompt
dent and Reliable. Thev aro the only medi
cines perfectly adapted to popular use so sim
ple lual IlliaiMKes Clinuui U" ilinuo in uiua, iiiciii,
m harmless ns to be free from danger, and o
etOciootas to be always reliable. Tkay have rais
ed the highest commendations from all, and will
alwats render satisfaction.
1, Cures vrr,congesiion, innaminiiuua.u
norms, worm lerer, wuini tuuu
4'ryliiK-colic or teething ol infants.2A
lllrritisesi, oi cmi'iren nnu auuns....
Liverpool New-York ahd Philadelphia
CJIOSa COXTSACT WIT.! fXlTID STATES AMD SSITIill
For Carrying the Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ruuTitia txroaaiaTioN
APPLY TO JOHN G, DALE, Aqt.
IS Broadway, New-Vork, orto
Washington Avenue, Cairo. nols. 31
M ISCELLA N f.OVH.
COME AND SEE FOR YOUR-
. .ii, ti 11.1. in.
slatemeni very uroau. u repueu . ii
Is as truo as it is brouu."
As regards tho corrupt preferences ho
has shown for appointing relatives to ofllco.
tho worst rcature is mat no maopenuon.
senator can hopo to got a fair inquiry into
tho subject. Ho lias so eiiectuaiiy nscu
htsnlans that no motion lookinc to in
quiry can liopo for success, Tho tlrst hint
OI SUCH a tiling IS mo signal lur uiiiuriiiun,
and any motion by a senator not known to
be favurablo to his re-election, would meet
with tho bitterest opposition and bo de
nounced as an assault on tho president
The speakor then quoted trom Ameri
can authors on tho subject of nepotism
and showed that but ono president
(Adams) bad over appointed relatives to
offices of trust, and ho had met with tho
sovorest condemnation for theso appoint
ments. He then renewed tho merits of
the appointments themselves and showed
An effectual preventive ot Cholera, Typhoid
Fover, rmalbl-ox, fcorlet Fever, Nesse s, Cat
tie Disease, and all pestilential and ronltiglous
dlsesses. It is put up la pastboard cartons, tnj
tops of which contain perforations, from which
it can be .Pr,nkld as from
The retail price is 25 cents per package,
(Proceedings of the Hoard of Health-Ofnclal.)
OrricaUoABD or IUalth. 8t. Louis. Wd May,
1871. The resident physicians states that he has
used, In the city hospital, the carboilo add
powder and finds it tbe best disinfectant and
destroyer of bugs, ants, cockroaches Aa , ol
uhint. he has knowledae. Your, committee re-
commands the purchase of tills powder for us
In the hospitals. ,.,.,,
(Signed) It. H. O'BRIEN,
1 ' Clerk Board ot Health.
We are new in rsctipt t f a fresh stock of
They keep on band a tine stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HERRINGS
Are spread morning and evening
A.T lETI-criE O'OLOOK,
At which all are invited to parlako
FREE OF CHARGE.
(Successor to l. Saup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE "WORKS, TOYS,
ltt! Commeicial Avenue,
0. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODDCE & COMMISSION
No. 70 Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS,
aWflpeclal attention given to consignments on
FIRE AND MARINE
ANOHORD FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Bollcits all kiads of risks.
oct27tf. Agent, Cairo, Illinois.
Agetit. wanted in evvyCl.y.Town and Coun
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON A JHRD,
(Hucnessors toStratlon, Hudsou A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
liysientery, griping, b-lloua colic ..25
Cliolern-morbus, vomiting. ..25
'lili-rit. colds, broochitus - 25
Nruri.lKln. tnotluche, faceache-.25
lliilnclies, slrk heidache, vertlgo2S
lyHpeiHln' b.lloua stomache. .25
Mnimrcsiacsl.or painful periodsM. It
Vfifln, too profuse periods.... ....25
Crwiip. cough, dltricult breatlung-25
Nitllllhpiiiii. Krysliela, Kruptloos25
ItliriimnllKin. rheumatic pains.25
IVvrrnml AKue.clull lever, aguesio
l-llen, blind or bleeding -.50
Oiilithlrmy, ami sore nr weak eyesMI
CntHrrh, acuio or chronic, IntluentaSS
AHtlinin, oppre-sril breathing .50
t'Mr IHarhrsrsiea, Imnalred hearingSO
Nrrortila.enUiriied glands, swellingsSO
Urueral Oeblllly, physical weak
ness Ilroimy and scanty Secretions 50
Men Nlvkiiet),icKnea from ridlnvSs
Ulilney-UlaeMe, Gravel , 5t
Nertoua Ilcblllly, seminal enwo-
ons.lnvolunlarv discharges -1 00
1'lielloxes, wits one it via or powde
very necessary in serious caaea.5 00
Nor Mouth, canker ................50
I'rlunry sAenknesm, wetting led.i)
l'ntiilul ferloiln, withspasma.....50
sitillerinK.slcliniige of life...-......; 00
Ellleiy,fsiiis,st.Vitua Mance.l (0
Ulsilherlnulu, erated sore throat 50
Of 33 to 00 larne vlnla, nsoroeeo
orroewoMl rwne, coiitislsiluirsi
ineclUe lor esery oUlnry dl
eHaenliiiully UlllJe "d.,n ,
hooka ofillrecllonsi ......from 110 to 124
riiiialler nunlly andTrellngca-es.
20 to 8S vial ...trom 1 to
Speolnclor all I'rliate Ulaenaea,
both for CurliiK and ror Prevess
Use trftttineut, in vudsand pocaet
CMe - W to
Cures Hums, Uruises, Lamenesi, Soreness, Bore
Throat, Spmns. Toochache, Karache. Nauralgia.
euniatiem. i.uinbngo. Piles. Hulls, Btirigt,
Voro Kyes, bleeding ot the Lungs, Nose, fatoin
acTorof Piles! Corns. I leers. Ol riores .
Price, 0 o., 60 cts.J Piuts. VM'i ''"' '
M-Tlieso remedies, except Pond Etrctj
by tli.' Vase or single bo. are sen lo any part oi
the "militfr. by mall or express, tiee of cbarge,
on reeeii l I!';Pf!:,1AUl,r"
IIOJIKOPATIIIC MEDICINE CO.
Ollice and Il:., . , r,?'"Ir,' "e1w,lI
Kill l,r. HI I . Vrt.i., ua,
KICHAHLBON. 131 West
5-le eodl m
CAIRO CITY COAL
(a ureuared to sunulv customer with tho best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKDEKS led at nalllday Hro. oltlce, W
LF.VEB. or at Hie t.osl Yard Iwlow tneoi.
i'h.ri.,J Hotel wil recelva prompt attention.
ktu" ,o',1 ;i?,n
Ida steamers nt any hour. oc-3"
WOOD ! WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II not Cheaper
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS I
KOllKKT WOOU. TH03. 8- BOOT.
RORERT "WOOD & CO.
1,130 Bulge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
FOUNTAIN'S -FLOATING SITAN8-
STATUARY WATER LILIES-
DUCKS TURTLES, Ac
For Decorating Fountilns.
V EUAN DA IIS, bUSIM ER HOUSE ,
VUIIOIbJ, CHAIRS, SETI'EES, Ac. 4e.
NEW STYLE WROUQHT-lRON BAIL1NO for
Front of Houre and Cemeteries. Nvr befors
'"uaSt'aNII WROUrtllT.IRO.V RAILINGS for
Pnllio lliildlngs and.Sousres, CMn'ljrrW;,
a, I Harden Femes, llaUoies, Boof trestlJgs,
? c . uigrest arlsty of Patterns. ...
HON MI'A I US, Hpir.l and straight, ol rrlou
Pal.erns and sty les" Special attention given this
01 LAMpWAr.W. for Front, of Public "ujMlnie.
Ilutsls, an.l City Mrceis.ol Plain and Llaboral.
lA'iri.B FITTINOS. W&WJ'Vl!
of New Inuiroved Styles, such as Hay Hack,
Stall IMvislon-i , Mangers, Haruvs. brackets, Out-
" WIRK1' WOKK ' WZ'y" ;l-rlPtlon. Win
Ouanls of Cr'liiped Wire.Oalvaalted ( r Palot.d.
m " lim or (' rninienial Patterns, lor Hlor. Uoori
r Win ows. Factory nd WarehouM Windows,
ltalliiigi for' Office.; llaakj. CouoUr aUlllBfs',
llsk-oiVles, Lawn nd Farm Fences, e Ae.
(UTES for entrance to CrmstorUs. Publlo
S-iusrf s a d Gentlemen's Country baala, of Oaa
Tubing or Wrought.lron, both elcgta-Ad ooubls,
In elaborate ann simple dealgus,
IiUINKINO FOUNTAINH, lor street QMS. A
very large assortment ot dSsign tiarsrsly for
this put pose.
CAM-IKON URINAL BOXES, for public parks
OVAL V AHfcS, lateat stfles, eenUnaial paltera.
U1TCU1NQ VOitA, Jockey, Coolis, Hsyobe aa4