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OFFICE, BTTLLBTI1T BtTIIiCXa-, COE. 12TH STEBEI
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
Our Home Advertisers.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, botweon Wathington
and Commercial Avenues,
receiving dully new Invoices of
Of every deacrlptlou, ini at paint to H tit tin
TUB LATEST STYLES OK
BFRINO AND SUMMER
HATS, RID RONS.
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all th Mh.r articles kept In
Klrt Clast Millinery and Triixmlnjca blore. To
be told it the. very locat figure.
aVar-Call and see Iter, No trouble to nhow
"n. Eighth Street, bel ween Commercial and Wash-
iron Avenuee, It dull; receiving
LATEST BTRINO AND SUMMER STYLES.
lienlJen a full line of
soisrrtTETS & hats
Trimmed and untritnrned,
FRENCH FLOWEItS. HIUU0N3, TRIMMINGS
of nil kinds. Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. stcGee haa also Urge assortment of
fancy Articles, auch aa
NECK TIM. COLLAR. I'NDERHLEEVEH,
KUH1!, HASHES, EAN8.I
And all other articles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr. McGee, In addition to her slock of Fancy
and Millinery flood, has a fine and complete as
aortment of Cincinnati Custom Made Ladle'
and Mlsaea' Hhoee and Chlldrrns Hoots, lllack
and In Color". These are acknowledged to !
the fineat and let shoes In the market, ar.d
la the only place in the city that make, them a
MRS. M. SWANDER, '
haa opened out an extcnalve .lock of
All ot which are entlrelr new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant aasortment of
LACM, TRINOES, KID Q LOVES, HOSIERY
and VU articlea usually kept in a flrtt-clas mil
Mrs. Nwander Invites the public locall and In.
epect her atock, whieh she will take pleasure In
allowing to old aa well aa new cuatorrere.
For Salo at Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32D-STREET AND OHIO LEVE1
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Patty, Bessslne, Gasoline,
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL. .
TS8 BUILDINO, COR. llTII-BT. A COM,
Cairo, - - Illinois.
The firm of Miller A Le leut, Thebes, Ills,, haa
thla day dissolved pannersirp y
And It la agreed that John Miller of the more
aald firm eetflc the firm's ilabd tie;, and col 'eel
all claims or tne nrm o a jjEUfcUK,'
Thebes. Ills., May 21, Wj'." ' 5-2a'd3i
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1872.
WORK ACCOMPLISHED HEAVY
FALL OF RAIN GREAT DAM
AGE DONE WEATHER.
Special Dispatch to the Missouri Democrat.!
SrRlKoriKLD. III., Juno 2, 1 a.m. The
Hoard or llailroatl anil arehouso Com-
missioners hold a full session at Rellevllle,
St. Clftlr county, on the 30th ult., which
meeting supercede! the regular ono, which
would be held at their oflico in
thla city on Tuesday next. Tho commit
slon has been traveiinc through tho south-
orn part of the itato on an official tour of
inspection or ratiroaus, ana nave viiucd
the following railroad centers, having ex
amined seven different railroads and
branches during tho patt week, namely:
liloominctnn, Springfield, Godfrey, East
St. Louis, Belleville, Vnndalia. Pana and
Decatur. The board resume, tfiolr Intpcc
tlon trnvclt next week, and will contintio
in this work until tho entire itnto has beer,
canvassed, which will tako till tho lint
week in July.
One of tho heaviest rains that has vis
ited this section of tho state, occurred last
night and yesterday. It rained inces
santly all till! lit. and has dotlu a vast
amount of damage, not only in this city
but in all the surrounding country.
Quite a number of cellars were flooded,
and in three Instances tho water poured
into tho first stories or dwellings, driving
tho residents toother and more comforta
ble quarters. In ono bouse, used as an up
holocrine establishment, nulto a largo
number of carpels wcro nearly ruined by
tho dirty water wnicn poured in upon
them. Drains, suwors, ic, were washed
out and otherwise damaged. Nearly nil
tho unburnt bricks in thu yards near our
city were destroyed, ono firm losing over
ten thousand. A pottion of the Spring-
rield and Illinois Southeastern railroad
was washed awn v. but wasretiuired to-day.
The Lei a nd Hotel bar and billiard rooms
re flooded with water and mud, three
nehes deep. The Sangamon river is out
of its banks and the bottom lands all
flooded, l'onds that have been dry for
years are now lull ot water, n is esti
mated by sotno that six inches of water,
and bv others ten inches, fell on Saturday
The storm was central as far as can be
ascertained, and no doubt ba. dono great
RESERVATION OF MR. HENNETT'b RE
MAINS. New York. Juno 2. Tho body of
James Gordon Bennett is to bo preserved oil
ico until the arrival of his fon and daugh
ter from Europe, which will bo some time
PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION NEWS.
The 'Times' stecial from Philadelphia
says the cw iorK ueiegauoii win oo
there cntiro on Monday, and on Tuesday
will elect a cuairman, bciuci tuiuumia
men. and come to somo determination as
to the vice-president. Thero appears to be
somo division oi sentiment as to tins, anu
t is thought Henry Wilson will have a
largo voto among them. Colfax, also, has
strength, and will probably rcceivo nearly
hair on tno nrsi uauoi.
"William D. Heckham. of tho Ohio dele
gation, has arrived, and announces that
Craighead has a letter from Gov. Denniton
withdrawing as n canuiaaio, unu inai uoi
fax will receive the vote of nearly tho
whole of this delegation.
Tho vice presidency is dubious, and al
though just now the contest is between
Colfax and Wilson, it is difficult to say
who will bo chosen, ino uonnecucui
delegation has determined to bring for
ward Gen. Hiiwley, and he may Do a com
BROWN'S LETTER OF
DEMOCRAT CONVENTION INDORS
iSpecial Dispatch to the Republican.
OOV. BROWN'S LETTER OF ACCEPTANCE.
Jefferson City, June 1 . The following
is Gov Brown's acceptance of the Cincinnati
nomination for vice-president:
Cincinnati, May 3, 182.
linn. n. ft ratz. Brown. St. Louis, Mo:
Dear Sir: The National convention of
tho Liberal Republicant of tho United
States havo instructed the undorsigncd,
president, vico-prcsident and secretaries
of tho convention, to inform you that you
havo boon nominated as the candidate ot
tho Liberal Republicans for tho vlco
presidency of the United States.
Be pleased to signify to us your acceptance
of thu nomination, and believe us very
U. SUUURZ, President.
GEO. W. J LILIAN, vicc-l'rcsidont
"Wm. E. McLeas;
John X. Davison, ! Secretaries.
J. II. Rhodes,
on in avarlceof spoils tho country demand)
ropose, resents tho effort of ofDclals to
dragoon it again Into partisan hostilities,
anu win xoaiousiy sustain any movemont
promising a surodellverance.
Of tho perils which havo b.cn connected
with tho war. it Is safe to sav that nnlr
thoso arc now to bo feared which come of
an abuse oi victory into pormanent es
trangement. Tho union is fortified by
moro power than evor before, and it ro
malns as an imperative duty to cement
our nationality by a perfect reconciliation.
At tho north a widespread sympathy is
aroused in behalf of thoso states
of tho south which long after
tho termination of resistance to
rightful federal authority aro still
plundered under tho guise of loyalty, and
t)ranizcd over in tho namo of freedom.
Along with this fooling it present too tho
recognition that In complelo amnesty
alono can bo found hopo of any return to
constitutional government as of old, or
any development of a moro enduring
unity, and broader national lifo in tho fu
ture. Amnesty, however, to bo efficacious
must bo real, not nominal; genuine, not
evasive. It must carry alone with it
equal rights as well as equal protection to
all : for removal of disabilities as to some.
with enforcement as to others; leave
room for suspicion that pardon Is meas
ured by political gain. Especially will
such proffered clemency be futilo in pres
ence of ronowed attempt at prolonging a
suspension ot the habeas corpus, in persis
tent resort to martial rather than civil
law, in upholding thoe agencies used to
alicnato races whero concord Is most es
sential, and in preparing another elaborato
campaign on a basis of dead issues and ar
bitrary interventions. All will rightly
credit such conduct ns but a mockery of
amnesty, atiuueuiariu an administration
which can givo better warrant of honesty
in the great work of reconstruction and
In tho array of sectional interests a re
public so widespread as ours Is never en
tirely safe from serious conflicts. These
become still moro dangerous whon com
plicated with questions of taxation where
unequal burdens aro believed to bo im
posed on ono part at tho expense of
another part. It whs a bold as
ell as admirable policy in tho
interest of present as well as
future tranquility to withdraw tho de
cision of itiduotrinl and revenue matters
from the virtual arbitration of an electo
ral college, chosen with a single animating
purpose of party ascendency, and rsfor
them for a moro direct popular expression
to each congressional district. Instead of
being muzzled by sotno evasive declara
tion, the country is thereby invited to the
frankest utterance, and sections which
would revolt at being denied a voice, out
of deference to other success, would bo
content to acquicsco in a general Judgment,
honestly elicited. If local government
be, as it most undoubtedly is, tho most vi
tal principle of our institutions, much ad
vance will be made towards re-establishing
it by enabling the peoplo to pass upon
questions so ncarlv affecting their well
being dispassionately, through their local
representation. The precipitancy which
would force a controlling declaration of
tax or tariff through a presidential candi
dacy, is only a disguised form of central!
ration involving hazardous reaches of
executivo Influence. Conclusions will bo
much more impartially determined, and
with less disturbance to trade and finance-,
by appealing to tho most truthful and di
versified local expression. Industrial is
sues can be thus likewise emancipated
from tho power of great monopolies, each
canvass made to determine its own specific
instruction, and each representative held
to fidelity towards his immediate constitu
These aro tho most prominent features
of that general concert of action which
proposes to replace the prciont administra
tion by one more in sympathy with the as
pirations of tho masses of our countrymen.
Of course such concert cannot bo attained
bo thrusting evey minor or past difference
into tho foreground, and it will bo for tho
people, therefore, to determine whether
theseohjects areof such magnitude and pre
sent urgency as to justify thorn in defer
ring other adjustments until tho country
shall be first restored to a free
suffrage, uninfluenced by official dic
tation, and ours becomes in fact it freo re
public, released from apprehension of a
Without referring In detail to tho var
ious other propositions embraced in tho
resolutions of the convention, but seoing
bow they all contemplato restoration of
power to the people, peace to the nation,
purity to tho government, that they con
demn tho attempt to eastablish an ascen
dancy of military over civil rule, and af
firm with oxplicitness tho maintenance of
equal freedom to all citizens, irrespective
of race, previous condition, or ponding
disabilities, I havo only to pledge again
my sincoro co-operation.
1 Iiavo mo nonnr xo remain,
Vcrv respectfully yours,
jl GRATZ BROWN.
Hon. Carl Schurz. president; Hon.
Georgo W. Julian, vico-prcsident ; and
.Messrs. W. K. juctican, ,ionn u. u
vldson. J. II. Rhodes, secretaries Na
tional convention of Liberal Republi-
cansof the United btatcs.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
ii nvv A CO. TAY THE niOIIKST MARKET
Bolow will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by H. Levy & Co., for
hides, fun, featbert, wool, tallow, beos-
wax. and all kinds of country produce
Lovy & Co. do a very largo trade in their
line, and it it a well known fact that tnoy
alwayt pay the highest prices to be ob
tained in tbts market. Th'ov aro now
Mink $2 00b 2 25
House Cat 1J5
BeaVskin. 2 OOa O 00
Denver, per pound oua.o
Beef Hides, Dry Salt li
t Green Salt 2i
Tallnw. nar nound
. - "
u.i,.r. ii ii 60a
uVr u tt 2638
Tbe above price Hit it tubject to correction,
Jefferson City, May 81, 187
Gentlemen : Your letter advising mo
of the action of tho liberal republican con
vention at Cincinnati liat been received,
and I return through you my ncknowl
odgoment of tho honor which hat bcon
conferred upon mo. 1 accept tho nomina
tion aa n candidate for vice president, and
Indorse most corditlly tho resolutions set
ting forth tho prlnplet on which this ap
peal la mado to the wholo peoplo of tho
A century it closing upon our experi
ence of republican government, and whllo
that lanso of time haa witnessed great ex
pansion of our free institutions, yet it hat
not been without illustration also of great
ilanL'ora to tho stability of tuch system.
Of thoso successfully oncountored it it
nnedless to tnoak: of those which romain
to menace ut the most threatening aro
nrnvhled acalnst. as I firmly believe, in tho
wlto and pacific measures proposed by your
It has como to bo tho practico of thoso
elovated to positions oi national auinoruy
tn rnnnrii tim nubile sorvlco not aa a pub
lic trust but only as a moani to retain
Thla reaultt in aubstituting
moro party organisation for the govern
ment iianlf : constitutes a control amcna-
blo to no laws or moralities, Impairs all
independent thought, onablct the few to
rule mo many, and makes personal anegi-
anco tho road to favor. It requires llltlo
forecast, to porcctvo tnat inn will wrecx
our llbortiet unless thero bo interposed a
tlmolv reform of administration, from its
lilshest to its lowest station, which shall
not only forbid those abuses but likewlso
take away the incontivo to their practice.
Woried with contontlont that are carried
Mr. Viavos, lit,, April 11, 1872.
Editor Cain RulUtin !
Dear Sir Please to announce me aa a candl
dale for Clerk of the Supremo Court, Southern
Orand Divlal in ot llllnola. The newtonatltutiou
provides that the Cletks of the Supreme Court
shall hereafter be elected at tho November elec
tion, instead of the June election aa herelore.
The auccessor of the present incumbents are
to be elected thin coming fall, but will not qualify
until the prestnt terms expire in 1873.
It. A. D. WILHAKK8.
HARRY. WALKER & CO,, PROPR'S:
TIMS U0USK ID NEWLY FITTED UP WITH
'JENNY LIND" TABLES,
FOR ALL KINDS
THE h A LOON IS STOCKED WITH
THE BEST BRANDS
ARE COMPOUNDED IN THE
B0-COME AND SEE
$gC. Hftiiny wishes tho
public to bo informed that ho
ms on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in tho
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell every articlo
at prices Lower than tho Low
est. Call on him to-day a"d
examine goods and prr
will satisfy you both as
ty and cost.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY IlELIAULE GIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY I
$60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
Ii . 3D. BIRTH'S
155th Regular Monthly
To bo drawn Monday, June. 3d, 1872.
Two Grand Capitals or
$5,000 In Greenbacks!
Two Prizes $1,000
Flvo Prizes 600
Ten Prizes 100
One Horse and Ilujfuy with Mlver-Moiinted liar
ne. worth )Wi each.
One fine-toned Kuaewond Piano, worth t.'AJ.
Ten finiy sewinu machine., worth $lfienoh.
riyo heavy cased iold hunting wathea and hear
a Id chafna worth SJW each. Five itol i Amer
ican hunting watchei iro.th JIM rich. Ten
ladira told hunllnt watchea worth !!( each.
Eight hundred gold and allver lever huntlne
watchea, In all, worth from jaitotrv'. L.eV
gold leonlinn rhaina. gent'a gold vest cnaina,
aulid anil double plated allver table and tea
vppons, photograph albjma, jewelry, etc., etc.
W hole number of gilta.B.tj. Ticket limited to
Aenta wanteil to tell ticketa to whom liberal
premium will be paid.
Mrgle ticketa one dollar i all ticketa fire dot
lara; twelve tickets, ten dollars: twenty-tivu
t.irtulara containing a full Kit of prliea, ade
acrititlon of the n.anner ot drawing, nn.f (hr
Information In reference; lo the dlalrlbunon, will
he aent to nny one orderins them. All lettera
miiat be addrexed to L. I). SINE. Ilox. KG.
?"'ri Cincinnati, o.
U'l W eat 5ili n nov2-wAdly
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalized iiv State Authority and
Drawn in Puulic in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme.
Class E, to he Drawn May 31, 1872.
5,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Trite of.... SMi.OHi Wj Prises of. 1 Ho
I " of 13.4V) 9 " of. l.oiaj
1 " of.. ...... 10,000 u or. 600
1 " of......... ',! 'J " of. 3iJ
4 " of......... 4,i; ' of. iU)
4 " of 2.4i 31 ' of. i.110
20 of. l,0rJ 3i " of ISO
20 " of 1MI " or...... 1W
40 " of .. MO SOU of. 10
Tickets $10; Half Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, $2 60.
Our lotteriea are chartered by the State, are
alwaya drawn at the lime named, and all draw
ings are under the auperviaion of sworn com-mii-tlnners.
The official drawing will m published In tho
Ft. Louia papera and a copy aent to purchasers
We will draw a similar scheme the last day of
eery month during the ear
Remit at our rlk by potntflca money order,
reg'atered letter, drali or express. Send for cir
cular. Address, MURRAY, MILLKK A CO.,
P. U. box 2114. et. Louis, Mo.
Our Home Advertisers.
VOMMIIMIOM AND rOatWABDINO.
Z. 1). MATUUS8., r c iVilu
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on M e r c Hants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUUi-
no. et OHIO lrvki:.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES,
hloO Lover. CAIRO. II.LI2V4IIM.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccesiora to E. II. Hendrlcia A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MarSst, Liberal Advancement made eWu
J" upon Consignments. cSf
Are prepared to receive, atore and forward
freighta to all points and buy and
sell on commission,
Huainc8 ailended lo promptly;
JOHN B. PHLLIS tt SON,
(Succcsaora to John 11. Phlllia,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CLOSE & VINCENT,
x)EJa.iEiea ins- liiatrs,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Eighth Street rtnd Ohio Levee,
Our Home Advertisers.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
bomb or ITS ADVANTAOIS.
It cooks quickly and more thoroughly with lest
fire than any other way
Food cooked the old way loaea ona-third of IU
weight.eooked inthlsateam vessel. It only loaea
one eighth. The savings In this way will soon
pay Its cost.
FOOD CANNOT 11E 1IURNED.
It will BOIL,
more perfectly than any utensil used for either
purpose now in use.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat slewed, boiled or broiled in this manner
l.aa a better tlavor, and la easier digested than
whan cooked in tho old way.
NO FEAR OF DYSPEPSIA.
It makes a first olas Cook out af a poor one,
and agood cook belter than bofore.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It la the only utensil In use that la warranted
not to HUK.N RICE IN O fUKINU.underany cir
cumstance. Agents mako more money selling
this vessel, than any article In use, tor every In
telligent housekeeper in the cotlulry wants one.
ANT ONE WISIItNO TO 1IUV RIOHTS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or address
W. J. BURNETT,
fi.lfj.tw Thorn Ion's Illnck, loth st Cairo, III,
PAUL . MC'HUIl, Aft.
SIMIL1A SIMILIBU8 CURANTUR
a AVE proved, from the most ample exper
ience, an entire success: Himple Prompt
lient and Reliable. They are the only medi
clnea perfectly adapted to popular use so sim
ple that mistakes cannot be made In using them;
an harmless as to be free from danger, aud ao
efficient as to bo always reliable. They have rais
ed the highest commendations from all, and will
always render satisfaction.
l, Cures Fevers, congeation, lnflammationa.2S
normn, worm rever, worm coIic....25
Crylnsr-colic or teething ot infanta...25
nirrhoe. of children and adulU...S
Itratenlery. griping. IHIoua colic.25
t'holerav. colda, bronehltua.....24
Neur..lsrla. toothache, faceache..25
lleitdttchea, alck headache, vertlgoSS
ItvasteDalat b.lioua atomaclw..... "a
nuppreauteai.or painiui pertoda.ae
lines, too proline periods
FOR SALE, 1 for Sale f FOR SALE,
' I I-or Hale I
FOR SALE. J KorHaiol FOR SALE.
They keep on hand a flno ttock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HERRINGS
Are spread morning and evening
. jrc nrx2rza o'olock,
" invltod to partake
Faro from Liverpool,
Furo from Londonderry
Faro from Glasqow,
Faro from Queenstown
10 CAIRO, ;::::::: $48-
fattord, Morris A Ca , gents.
Liverpool Mew. York ahd Philadelphia
vxoia nmaACT with initid statu and emnm
For Carrying the Malls.
FOR PASSA"gE TICKETS
on rcaTiita mroakUTioN
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
ISUroadway, New-York, or to
Washington Avenue, Cairn, uoia. ;i
(Successor to V. Baup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commoiclal Avenue,
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreigu FruiU &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No. 76 Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
aWHpeclal attention given to consignments on
FIRE AND MARINE
Assets WOO 0U0
NEW ENOLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
also Til a
AN CHORD FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. 'Louis.
Solicits allkiTds ofriiks.
oct27tf. Agent, Cilro, Illinois.
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Morchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccessors tofjtratlon, Hudson 3c Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
t'raiip, cough, difflcult breatlllng.2i
Halt Rhenm, Erysipelas, Eruptioas25
nnvuinniisHi, meumaiic pains... ...io
Vever atnaAfCtse.chlll lever, agueaSO
('nlatreh, acute or ehr6ulo, laiRbaKCMfJ
Aathina, oppressed breaming 60
Eur Discharges, impaired hearingftO
Nerofilla.enlarged glands, awellingf&O
Ueneral Oeblllty, physical weak
nea - 50
llronaijr ami acanty Secretions 50
Nea NlekiiesN.aickneaa from ridinii5i
Hlitney-Ulaesse, Oravel 5
Nervous Itetilllty, seminal erhlo.
ons.lnvoluntarv dlsclrgea ..1 00
1'lvelloxes, wits one 2 via of powde
very neces.ary in aerioua caaea.5 00
More Mouth, canker 50
Urinary Weakness, wetting ted-JO
I'liliiful Merloils, with spasms.....50
aniHerlnsrS.atchange of life.... 1 00
EilleiHy,iaams, t. Vitus'dance.l 0
sjlMtherlaiiU', eraled sore throat 50
sir a.i la (to larare vials, morocco
or rosewood case, coutalalusra
specific for every oadluary dis
ease a laiully la subject to, and
l.w.Liu nrillrecllons ....from 110 to 125
Smaller lumlly and Travellnca-ea,
"JU lO SI VI111S - ..iiuiii v s S
Uproiflctor all Frlvatc Ulseasea,
both for Curlnsr and ror Preven
tive treatment, in vials and pocket
cases. . ii tO S
Ciir Utirna, llruisea, Lameness, boreness, Bore
1 hroat, Hprnlna, Toochache, Earache, Neuralgia.-
HtieUninilSlll, L,UlllunKO nicii unn, aunii,
vorc Eyes, llleedlngof the Lungs, Ne, atom-
acn, or oi i ileal .iiru?, vjitcin, jm nui.
Puce, Cos., Wets. ; Pints. I1.50i Qaart', f I'TS,
WThese remedies, except Pond'a Extract,
by the caso or single box. are aent to any part ot
the country, by mall or express, free of charge,
on receipt nl the price. Address
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
Oltlce and Depot, No. 6i2 Ilroadway, New-Tork.
FOR SALE HY P. SCHUlt, CAlRCt, Ills,
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS I
ROUERT WOOD. TIIOS. 8- ROOT.
ROBERT WOOD 4 CO.
1,130 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
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DUCKS -TURTLES, Ac
For Decorating Fountains,
tRIIOKS, CHAIRS, BETTERS, Ac., Ao.
NEW STYLE WROUOUT-IRON RAILING for
Front of llout'c and Cameteries. Never before
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepared to supply customer with the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lellat llalllday Ilroa. office, 70 OHIO
LEVEE, or at the Coal Tard belo '
Charles Hotel, will relv pronil't at nlloa.
TIIBTUO 'MONTAUK,,wlllt""i 'OBK
side stean-.rs at any hour.
AGENTS WANTED. ,
Ageuta wanted In eyeiy City, own ana ijoui.-
lioriiuin i.inii, """" i7i ,Z
IV. for the
Marker. No risk
WOOD I WOOD I ! WOOD I !
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, It mmt Cheaper
than auy wood dealer lo Cairo, Leave orders
oil the alatea at the PoatofHoe and at Rose' coal
tard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
twelfth streets. .Cairo. Illinois. I .lye . goou
measure aad will cord th wood up If Jealred.
auglO-tf DtNNlS HALKX.
Public Windings anil Kmiaree, Cemetery Lota,
ami Uardeu Fences, llalconles, Root Creatlugs.
etc., in great vnrwty of Patterns,
IRON tiTAIUS. Mpiral and straight, of various
Patterns aud st)ls. Special altcntioa giveo thla
clnsa of work,
LAMP POSIH, for Fronts of Public lluildings,
Hotels, aud City Streets, ot Plain and Elaborate
Duilgmi. . .
S t'AULK KITTIN03, of Ciat and Wrought-Iroq,
of New Improved Styles, such as Hay Racks,
Stall Divisions, Mangers, Harneaa brackets, flut
ters. Traps. Ventilators. Ac.
WIRE WORK of every description. Wirt
(Juan! of Crimped Wire, Ualvaulied r Painted,
in fliln or Oruiimeiital Patterns, for Store Doors
or Windows, factory and Warehouse Windows,
Railings for Oltloes, Uanks, Counter Railings,
llalconiea, Laan nd Farm Fences, Ac, Ac.
(1ATIS for entrance to Cemeteries. Publio
Squares ad aentlemen'a Ciunlry Seats, of Oas
Tubing or tVrought-lron. both single and uouble.
in elalmrate ami simple designs,
D tlNKINO KOU.VTAINH. tor street uses, A
very lar(u assurtment or dealgna expressly for
"casT-IkoS URINAL BOXES, for public parka
and city atreeta. ,
OVAL VAKr, latest styles, centenntsl pattens.
til l CUING POSTS, Jockey, Coolie, Sambo aad
A tine stack of Watches, Clock', Jswalrr.
Spectacles, Partl'iilay attention atTaa la
kinds of watch repairing. The. publloars soImi-
ted to call and com para price tad charts. Sols
agent for Karl Slmmsrmaa'a taUetsAaU waielts.
All?D,e',,h?Jrl. V11 asir.aavl -celled
b; nons lo thla saavket, PmeslaUoa
watchssaspeclaUTrromaaT deslfa. ft-t a