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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1872.
IMETAHtB OF 1 H F '-ISOIS CENTRAL It. H.
.ILr BnriT. !.- 1h. I, folio.
DtBart Mall ttl. dally ""'" a'00
jgp.,ntclailyw...-.-.-s. 2:40 p tn.
rTt-.)ll,llly.".. 3:45 a.m.
Einreas. ,........... ......... 3.4) p.m.
Cairn And St. Louis Short Liar.
lmtt ......3:45 p.m.
No change of vn from Cairo to 8t. Louis. No
change p''ii trom Cairo to Chicago. Kief ant
.rreg Ronn sleeping care on night train.
HKca eheoked to all important points.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips dailjr.
LtiTtxo ctiao I tiarixa HOIKDCITT
At T a.m. 1 At :M -. .a.m
At 11 -....a.m. I At 1:30 p m
At 4-30 -......-p.m.l At C ..n.m
Fare each war. 30 cents i 10 ticket for 12 60.
Will land, whsn hailed, at any good latenn-dlate
uaiogior passenger or freight, noratr.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH,
Tbe splendid ateamer
A regular communication f Delta Lodge
.aTOu. will beheld In Mann c Hall, this 'Ihtira
Ue day evening, eth June, A. I. 1S7H, A. I .
' wotu in M. si. urcren. visuihn
brethren cordially Invlt'd.
FOURTH OF JULY!
ROUGH and READY
Bis. Howard Capt,
Leaes Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), al
afu. ror ireigm or passage appij on ooar
an3tf JAs BlunS Ag'
DR. J. C. SULLIVAS,
nPFlCEOTtr M. J. McOaulei's drug store,
..Arn. f?A OTm.ffial 1 r.Hll. anil I I ,. V. .
teenth street. 3-31tf
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
JljESIDENCfc No. 21 Tbirteenih alreet, be.
V tweea Washington avenue and Walnut street
urace liiCommcrcial avenue, up ttalra.
0. W. DUNNING. M. D.
SESIDENCE-cornerNinlh and Walnut eta.
oe-oiner sixth street and Ohio levee.
" w .hi. iu 14 m., ana v p.m
H. WAHDNER, 31. D.
JrIDF.NCE-CorDer NlneUenth street and
Xi vVashington arenue, near court house. Of.
Bee over the eoarofflce. office hours 10 to 12
a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. lanltitf
Our Homo Advertisers.
T. G. Schuh
The Undernsned. Joint Committee of Arranne
rn-ntsel the above nsmd Fire Companies, lg
leave to Inlnrm the people n CillOitnd vicinlti,
umi mev nave mane arrange menis inr L i; I, t, .
URATINn THE .NATlu.N'4 lilMHDAY IN
thai it hat ever been celebrated in Potithern II
llnol. Cor the purpoe of making the alMIr n
success and furnishing means nl entertainment
loan, nicy nave sparea nenner time, later nor
The celebration trill hegin on the morning of
"THE FOURTH," WITH A GRAND
With Apparatus through the principal
streets of tho City.
The proccsjlon will he headed by the
CAIRO SILVER CORNET BAND
and will be under the direction of
Mayor Lansden, as Grand Marshal,
ot theilav, "s.lsted by .U. S. fvurst, Assistant
uniei engineer or tne nre uepartmeut.
Immediately after the Parade the Uoat will leave
FOR THE riC-NIC OROUNDS.
Inthf. fihflflv Crnra f, f lf.nin.lf . nnA..ltn V
tieth street. Ktcry fniviloii uill be made to
render tho Pic-nic Fimr-CI.Aailn every resuvct
REFRESH M E NTS
Of eVerr dPSPHntlnn Wilt nn tlm npni.ml. ami
dispensed by art ble and altentiv-c iterers. 'Hull
arrangeinems wm be mauo for
r a nsr o i g- ,
nod for this piirpoethe Committee have engag
ed Lisenberg'scelebrateJ SraiNO Hanb.
Tits Dkclaration or Independence
will he read by lion. J. II. Oberly, nnd approprl
ate speeches will bedHlvered by eminent speak-
nri trill lt Inladn.lo. i... .t.. .. 1 - i . ...
mi.vu iuivi tu'ic i ejy iv hi u b ic vy mo Oil
The day' eotertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
in the Evening at
' Washington Hall and Garden,
under the direct management of the bet Terpsi
choean talent In trie Fire Uepanment.
Several Fire Compuni'S from nnroad have boon
invited, nnd will prubnb y be present.
In conclusion, nud on behalf of the above
named ire Companies, the Commlltn respeot.
ully Invite lbs peopled Cairo and Mirroun.ilng
country to prticlmte in the festivities, and thus
assi.t in making Ihe atrtlr ngraid su-oeas nnd
worthy of the ever glorious " Fourth."
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
From Wednesday Mfiy lat, tho Ico
wncon will canvass the city, to ccntintio
diirlnc tho summer months. None but
puro northern lako co will bo delivered
11U8K, LooMic, & Co.
That tho choicest butter is at Louis Jor
gensen'g. Only 30 cents por pound
TICKET ( roa this PIC NIC toe.
inildren accompanied by their parents, free.
T.J.Kerth, A. Husanka, Jos. M. Velruti.
l( Lattner. T. M.IIivett, II. T. Martin.
John Gock.il, W. J.Howlcv. Harrv Hehtih .
Rest In the United Htaies. Water Coolers, Toilet
setts, 1 X I. Frenrs, Mu nnd f-r.o ge llsths,
Cages, Ilra, Copper and Enamelled Vnre Hrlt.
niu ami jisniiiiei ware, Jftnanned Ware nf
rrjr uf.griinon, nnna a general nsorlineiil o'
Among oiners I Keep tiie justly celebrated
It l useless to mention their superior iiuslitles
as they speak tor themselves throughout tho
I manutnetura everything in Tin, Kheei Iron, and
Copper Ware out ot the very best material, and
hae no hesitation In staling that I li.vo a lirger
anil more complete assortment ol goods men
tioned, 'than can be found in tho city.
Country dealers win find It to their inleres; to
call anil examine btfore purchasing elsewhere.
Jobbing, house guttering, and all inits ile oik
promptly attended to. (!. W. Hr.NIiEIWON,
6-2if IVO (kimintrclal avenue Cairo. III.
Having refurnished this woll known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho post ofllcc, tho proprie
tress would inform tho public that feho
is prrpnrod to aecommodato tho public
with first-class board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason,
ablo terms. Amplo preparations havo
been mado to aecommodato an unlimited
numbor of day boardors. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gaikney.
6 1 .9dJ
A FINE TIANO TO UK RAFFLED AT LOR
EITO ACADEMY FOR ONE DOLLAR A
A year ago thosistcrscommenced to cir
culate prize tickets for this pinno, hut
owing to slow sales, they havo been
obliged to put o(T tho rufllo up to tho pres
ent. They hopo soon to dlsposo of enough
tickets to justify them In parting with tho
Instrument. Tho ristllo will tako place
not later than tho first of August. A new
und sweet-toned ninao I Tnko a chanco.
everybody, by all means.
BUTTER ! BUTTER ! BUTTER!
Beautiful golden butter, in small pack
ages, at i!" cents at Louis Jorgenscn's.
The Illinois Central Rail Itos l Comninr now
onerinr saie tne lonowinguescrioeu iota id Mrs
.Mimiionio tne my oi Cairo, viz:
Lot 2? block 20. Lot 24 block 02,
" JB " 20, " 27 " 82,
" 6 " 2, 28 ' 82,
0 82, " 31 " 82,
" 3 " 82, " 32 " 82.
orterms.ete. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
nnd Commercial avenuo, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to aecommodato tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other first-class house in
the city. Tho rooms aro all well fur
nished, light and airy, good samplo rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
nccnts. Tho houso is located in tho cen
ter of tho business part of tho y within
one squaro of tho post office. 4-9-tf
Illinois Cfstial H. It. Co, Ait's Orricr, 1
C.tao, May 3!t, 174.
To persons wishing to attend tho Na
tional Suengerfest, to bo held at St.
Louis, from Juno 12th to Juno lGth, 1872,
wo will sell excursion tickets to St. Louis
nnd return, together with a ticket of nd-
mission to tho Sacngcrfust, at eight dol
lars and twenty cents each, for tho round
trip. Tho sale of tickets will commenco
Juno 10th and bo discontinued Juno 14th.
Tickets good for tho return trip until
Juno 18th, inclusive.
James Johnson, Agent.
The best placo in town to buy your
shoes Is at Black's City Shoe Store, come-
Eighth street and Commercial avenue.
Ask for tho Brolaski Shop-mado, and
you tiro warranted a good pair at a low
price. Ho is almost giving away Eastern
made boots and shoes, but ho can't war
rant them. St.
To Ice Cream Eaters. Dan Carnes is
prepared to furnish tho very best article
of Ico cream in large or small quantities
on reasonable terms, at Louis Lasuno'sold
stund on Commercial avonuo botweun
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to his ice cream saloon will be
found tho very choicest of wines, liquors
nnd cigars. Come one and all and patron
izo Dan. 6-31 lm
Pablleatlon oa.ee. Balletln Bnlltllssa;,
.,.. . '..'.'.'' i, .,,.,,,.-,.,. ,.,,..
Tho canvassers for tbo Cairo City Di
rectory completed their work sovoral
months ago, and wn havo been dolaycd In
tho publication of tho work by many
causes. Wo havo put Into our establish
ment steam, and very extensive new
presses a Cottrell & Babcock four
roller cylinder press, a half-medium Uni
versal, a Gordon and a Liberty, besides a
great taritiy of new type.
Theso changes in tbo otllco havo occu
pied all ourtlmo ami attention for months,
but wo havo now leisure to dovoto to tho
Directory which it in he hands of the
This will bo mado one of tho finest di
rectories over Issued in tho West will
he printed in colors, and in ovory way
bo a specimen of typography that wo
know wo shall havo roason to bo proud of.
The edition will be large, and will leavo
tbo binder's hands In about six weeks.
Any advertiser who desires to mako
changes in his advertisements, may do jso
through tho mall, or by sending instruc
tions to this office.
We hopo tho public may avail them
selves of this opportunity to pntronir.o it
Cairo enterprise that richly deserves
The Custom House was lit up with gas
last evening for tho first timo.
Charles Scuoknemeyer manufac
tures lounges tho handsomest and best wo
Bailey Harrell has just received a
largo stock of mattresses and flno furnl
Ir tho police force of Cairo aro not in
tended to protect tho lives and property
of the citizens, of what use are they?
Cairo, III., Miy 15, 1872,
AVe, tho undersigned harbors, In tho
city of Cairo hereby mutually agree nnd
picugo ourselves that on and after Sun
day, June 2d, 1872, we will keep our
Bariier Shops closed on Sunday
during the entire day, and will not
do uny harboring business of whatever
kind or description on that day.
F. Tht-obold, George Wise,
W. Alba, Kobi-rl Munrou
A. E.chbach, C. Allm,
U'llnr.inL'. It. Lfffel.
ii.htlilck, Gim, llcin,
' i!o. htolnhouse, F. Slfchor.
tn U. 1.1.1. .. .
" -iiisk. Koliorl lli.ill.irrl
iuK1'. Charles Anderson
John Bedford, .J,.r ltrown.
' Six and one-hal
pounds Durant's A Collee Su
gar for One Dollar; Eight
pounds New Orleans Sugar for
Une Dollar: J? our Jbs. Trnno
Rio Coffee, One Dollar : Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound : Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young liyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
To cook k,cb wuuut burning. Use
Burnett s cooking vetsd.
To imoiL hteak eh,.,, orcutliu prwerv
Ing all tho Juice, wuight and Improvlnu
tho flavor. Broil In Jjurn,;t , corii ,,,
To cook veoetaiilk.s in lens timo und
with less lire than generally required.
Ujo Burnett's steam cooking vessel,
good for any und all purposes,
W. J. Burnett,
Thornton's Block, Cairo, Ills.
J. J. Anderson fc Co.. fitters i
Ohio Levoo, over Loucrcan A- p.mnln,..
hams, foed store, do all kinds of fcto.no ,.
gas fitting cheaper than tho Cliemiest. nnil
guarantee perfect satisfaction in ovurv in.
stanco. Jflhey do not plumo they will
not charge. Glvo thorn a trial. Thev
know their business perfectly. Hctucmbcr
tho place, 61 Ohio Ltveo. C-3!
Fred. Blankeniikkq has engaged a
new pianist, un accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try, lie is a very lino performer and
Fred's is a fine instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excelsior, Mko its liquors
and cigars, Is not excelled in tho west.
Go and listen to tbo music and try somoof
Fred's cool Weiss beer. .1-23 tf
Ice Cream has occotno tho Institution
of tho soason, and 1'hll Saup's tho most
popular in tho city. His saloon has be
come, in fact, ico cream headquarters, and
it is not tho fashion to cat the luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
caro, Is neat and tidy, and the prosenco of
no questionable characters is permitted in
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on hand
fresh cukes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, &c, and deserves u continuation and
an increase of the popular favor in which
his establishment is hold. G-7dtf
l'at Fitzgerald, of tho samplo room
has received the appointment of agent for
the sale of tho llammondsport, N. Y., Ur
buna Wino Company's wines in this city
If tho bottlo vith which wo have boon
favored is n sample of tho quality of
theso wines, then wo are prepared to say
that they aro among the best we havo over
tasted. Ho has just recolvod a largo con
signment, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest figures. Ho has also on hand a
largo und completo stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
wniskies, and wines of ovory variety.
Try the Kxoklsior. Thoio who in
, u ll"""lvei In luxuries such as St.
uo wVnBlr Uocku'' G1 8"(5.
, TV1 Ic" coW I"onads, al
sweetened with finest pinno Ulu,lc, ahouU
cal .mH,.d.Ilat.kenl,ori5i,. Uo bas tl0
coolest, quietest und finest saloon In the
wiest. Ho has also a tino billiard. tttbiu f,Jr
tho uso of his guosts undahls cigars cunnot
bei excelled. 6-lodlm
Weiss boor constantly on hand at the
T'ualla saloon. C-21dlf
Magnolia Ladies' Slippers at Elliott &
Hay thorn's, just received. tf,
The hand of tho big show nercnaded
Tn Bulletin yesterday. The music it
makes is as fine as the band wagon is hand
some, and it is "old lightning."
C. K. Woodward, with characteristic
energy is pushing ahead his new business
houso with great rapidity. It is growing
like Jack, tbo Giant-killer's bean pole.
Dr. Fields is building a now livory sta
ble, on Tenth street, between Washington
avenuo and Walnut street. You see, wo
prosper ; and we hope tho Doctor, who is a
first-class gentloman, will make the stablo
In attempting to raiso a window at tho
court houso Tuosday morning, Sheriff
Irvin mot with a very painful and annoy
ing accident. Ono of tho window panes
broko and a pieco of the glass cut Mr.
Irvin's band, penetrating almost through
tho palm and severing an artery. The
wound is on tho left hand, Is troublesome
and might havo been serlcus.
The fourteenth annual Illinois Sunday
School convention will meet in Aurora
on tho 18th, 19th and 20th instants. Large
preparations havo been mado for the
accommodation and comfort of
thoso attending the convention. A build
ing which will hold three thousand per
sons Is in course of erection. Phillip Phil
lips is to conduct tho singing services, and
tho other exercises will be mado morn than
usually interesting and Instructive.
The sale of pictures now taking placo
at Uartman's auction room is a good op
portunity for tho purchaso of really fine
pictures at very low prices. Tbo chromes
aro all after the first masters, nnd aro an
exceedingly flno collection. Tho pictures
are of all sizes, and aro neatly, some
elegantly framed. Wo particularly re
comrmnd our readers who appreciate tho
valuo and beauty of paintings and engrav
ings as a means of ornamenting tbo walls
of their homes, to not fail to attend tbo
auction sales commencing every morning
at 10, and evory evening at 7 o'clock
Tho paintings are also on exhibition du
ring tho day.
In our knowledge of Cairo woathor,
wo havo never experienced anything
quite likothe present. Heretofore, Juno has
brought with it as weltering atmosphere.
But this year, although wo are about en
tering the second wcok of the lofy month,
wo have not had more than one really
warm day. Night bofuro last, tho air
turned chilly, and notwithstanding a
bright and warm sun yesterday, has re
mained so. Tho hot weather must have
lakon leavo with tho radical delegates to
the Philadelphia convention, as tho latest
advices woro that a warm timo was ex
pected over tho nomination for tho vice
presidency. Tuk white barbers request us to say that
The Bulletin has had an iniuenco on
their colored conferes, and has induced
them to keep tho Sabbath day and th'eir
agroomcnt. Not one of them has gotio
back on tho Sunday arrangemont. This
fact gratifies us, and proves to us conclu
sively that tho good work is going on rap
idly, and that there Is roason to believe
thoso honest colored men who read The
Bulletin and obsorvo Its wlso lessons
will yot voto for Oreoloy. But sad to say,
a white barber ot the upper part of the
city, latoly como to tho city, and there
fore not yot effected by our restraining
influenco has eono back on tho agrcomont,
and -serapos faces on Sunday. Ho should
not do so any more,
Something, New.-TIio National Broil
er and summer furnace combined. You
can have it olthor with or without Fur
nace Call and seo It. For sale at A.
ually s and Beorwart Orth & Co.
Two Straws. A citizen of Cairo, who
had been on a visit to Alabama nnd Ton
nesseo, on his return homo last week can
vassed two trains on tho presidential ques
tion, with the following result. May 27lh,
with tho conductor, ho took tho voto on a
passonger train on tho Nashville and
Northwestern railroad :
Grooley 37 votes
Daltimoro Convention, ...10 "
Grant 9 "
May 31st he took tho voto on an excur
sion train on tho Nashvlllo and Chatta
nooga railroad, near Stevenson, Alabama,
whitgs nnd blacks voting :
Greoloy 103 votos
Grant 42 '
Baltlmoro Convention... 34 "
Stcamor Quickstep, Evansvllle.
11 Mlnneola, Cincinnati.
II. C. Nutt, Omaha.
" Mallio Kagon, Cincinnati.
11 William Cowcn, St. Louis.
" Glasgow, Shreveport.
" Btlle Memphis, Memphis.
" Comet, St. Louis.
" City of Alton, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
11 Nilo, Littlo Buck.
" City or Helena, St. Louis.
Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" John F. Tolle, N. Orleans.
" Davenport, St. Louis.
" Tom Jasper, St. Paul.
Steamer Quickstep, Evansvllle.
" Mlnneola, Memphis.
" 11. C. Nutt, Memphis.
" Mollio Uagen, Littlo Bock.
" William Cowcn, St. Louis.
" Glasgow, "
" Belle Memphis, "
" Comet, Pittsburg.
" City of Alton, N. Orleans.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Nilo, St. Louis.
" City or Helena, Vickiburg.
11 Jim Fisk Jr, Paducab.
" John F Tolle, St. Louis.
" Davenport, Cincinnati.
" Jn. Howard, N. Orleans.
" Tom Jasper, "
1110 MVDHY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day nnd night, with cithor lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills,
Special contracts oiler ed on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokee, Ger.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-16-ly.
llOATh TO LEAVE.
Tho splendid and fast packet Grand
Tower leaves this evening fur Memphis
and nil way landings. The beautiful and
favorito Idlewild, Is tho regular Evans
ville packet leaving at 8 p.m. Tho John
Kyle leaves for Now Orleans to-day. Tho
Illinois goes to Hickman Friday morning
The gay Jim Fisk Jr., is tho daily 6
o'clock evening packet fur Paducah and
way landings. Tho Utah leaves for Lit
tle Bock, and nil points on tho Arkansas
river this evening.
CONDITION OF THE K1VKR!.
Tho Ohio at this point is again rising
and tho riso yesterday was about 0 inches.
Tbo Ohio at Cincinnati and Loutsvillo ;ia
again rising with 0 feet water in
tbo canal. At Pittsburg tbo Monongehala
river Is still falling with 2J feet In tho
channel. The steady declino in tbo Cu in-
berland continues with 2J feet on tho
shoals. Tennessee river Is ott a steady re
trogrado movement, and tho channel is
very thin. The Arkansas river is still
falling with 21 feet of water in the chan
nel. Tho Mississippi continues rising nnd
thero is now plenty of water to St. Iiuis.
The Illinois and Missouri aro still swelling
und aid in keeping up tbe water in tho
IlUSINESh AND WEATHER. 1-
At tho landings und on tho levee yes
terday there wcrobusy scenes onuctod, and
business was good und plenty freight of
fered. Tho packets were all well loaded,
and clerks, mates and draymen were
Tho weather continues fair and very
Steamboat men are informed that tho
undersigned has established wood yard
uttbo foot of tho Sister Islands, (foot of
Dog Tooth Bond), and will keep on hand
constantly a full supply of dry hard wood,
which will bo supplied to boats night or
day. Daniel Elliott, Proprietor.
Tho City of Alton gavo Cairo tho go by.
She seemed to bo well loaded.
Tho Mallio Itagon and Quickstep col
lided a few miles bolow Rosa Clare, whllo
the Qulckstop was passing tho Kagon
Tuesday. Tho only damage done, was tho
smashing of tbo cook houso on tho Kagon.
Tho transfer stcamor II, C. Nutt passed
down for Memphis fully loaded. She
camo from Omaha, where sbo was used for
The Minnoola arrived with a fair load
und added considerable freight hero.
Tho Cowcn camo In loose from St. Louis
and returned with a tow of coal.
Tho Glasgow and tho Nilo both passed
Tho Comot had two barges loaded with
Tho City of Holona brought down n
fulr trip, and aJded largely hero.
The James Howard did not fill out hero
with all sho could carry, as she had en
gagements below hero.
Tho Mary K. Forsyth still chokos a
Htumpat Mound City, nnd tbo Tyrononnd
John Lumsdon, do likewiso hero.
Tho Davenport passed up with a fair
The Tom Jasper from St. Paul, arrlvod
with n bargu in tow and was well loaded.
Shu did land hero notwithstanding tho
"wiso man of the Mossourl 'Democrat" '
said sho would not. "Can't always somo
times toll what a boat will do."
Tho harbor of St. Louis is Infisted with
pirate, who mako their living by stealing
irom thu loveo and steamboats. Times
aro so dull up thoro that it is no wondor
that they huvo to stout for a living.
City NntloBAl Basils Bttlldlut;.
askHpeclal attention paid to orders trom steam
oats sight or day.
Just Arrived, another lot of
Wnyno's palont solf-vontllatlng Refrig
erators and Ico Chests. Wo aro selling
Ico Chests at tho following Cincinnati
prices, viz: Sll 00. 113 00. $15 00. S17-
20, etc. Bofrigorntors nt lrom 20 00 to
40 w, ana best of city refcrenco given
as to convonlcnco of uso and economy of
Ico. Every family should havo ono.
5-31-30d. Beerwart, Orth & Co.
THE LtTTLK KENTUUKIAN.
No. 63 Ohio levoo, is the place whore
thoy keep tho frcshost fish and game, and
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty
11 vo conts. Open day and night, nt all
hours. J. K. Park, Proprietor.
Our Homo Advertisers.
In his book on Chronic Diseases Dr.
Pierco says of his Goldon Medical DIs
"God, I believe, has instilled Into tho
roots nnd plants from which tills wonder
ful medfeino Is extracted, tho healing
properties, by the uso of which Consump
tion, tho scourgo of tho human family,
may In lis early stages bo promptly ar
rested and permanently cured. I do not
wish to dolude, flatter and tbon disappoint
tbo aflllctcd by ossertlng that this can bo
accomplished when tho lungs aro half con
sumed, ns many do who, being devoid of
nil conscience aim to humbug thn nfillcttd,
that they may soil their often worso than
worthloss compounds. But If my Golden
Medical Discovery is employed In tho first
orcarly stages of tho disease, I know from
ample observation and actual test in hun
dreds of cases, thut It will arrest the dis
ease and rcstoro health and strength."
Keep the Hair Uniilemished "I
am like an old hemlock withered nt tho
top," aid a venerable Indian Chief, point
ing to his thin and bleaching locks. Thou
sands of men nnd women In civilized so
ciety, much younger than tho old Sanga
mon, aro like him, "withered nt the top, '
simply because they havo neglected to use
the means or preserving nnd beautifying
tho hair whlch'sclenco has placed at their
disposal. If Lyon's Kathaikon be faith
fully applied onco or twice a day, to the
fibers und the scalp, It Is just as impossi
ble that the hair should decay, wither, fall
out or become harsh and fuzzy, as that a
meadow, duly refreshed with nightly dews
and sunlit rains, should become arid and
barren of green bludes. This matchless
preparation not only keeps tho hair alive
and the skin of the head In a healthy and
clean condition, but actually multiplies
tbo filaments and Imparts to tl.em a lustre
flexibility and wavy beauty unattainable
by any other modo of treatment. It docs
not, like the metallic nud sulphurlous hair
dyes, dry up tho natural moisture of the
scalp, but supplies nutrimont to the roots
or tho hair and vigor to tho fibers.
HaSC. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on liim to-day and
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and co st.
Our Home Advertisers.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUCK, -C.
Chas. Beitz, Henry "Wf.uk b,
A.C. Kenino, A MihCH,
Chas. Went he, Chas. Veroha,
Francis Lackner, Chas. Daeolinu,
C. Hirsch, Wm. Beiniiardt,
The best organized and securest company in
the northwest. 'I be onlv eomtmnv ulm-li pilar.
antee. a cash surrender value.
CAUL L. THOMAS, Gen. Au't,
l-2Mly for Otlronntl vicinity
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVKUY FAMILY.
HOME OF IIS ADVANTAGES.
It cooks quickly and moro thoroughly with less
lire Dmn nny other way,
Kopd cooked the old way loses one-lhlrdof Us
weight.-;ooke. InthlssUam vessel, It only loses
,ne eighth. Iho savings in tins way will loon
pa) Its cost. '
FOOD CANNOT 11F. 1IURNKD.
It Will BOIL,
II It O I L,
more per'ectly than any tilenail usd for either
puro now n use,
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat slewed, boiled or broiled In this manner
I. asniH'tt.r flavor, and Is easier digested than
whJ cooked In the old May.
NO FEAR OF DYSPEPSIA.
It mslces a first ! Cook out f a poor one,
and agond rook teller than before.
ALL WHO THY IT BUY IT I
Ills the only titen.il in ue thst is warranted
not to lll'lt. KICK IN C iOKI.NO, under sny cir
cumstance. Agents inske more money selling
II. ls lessel, than any atllcle In use, Inr etery In
telligent housekeeper in the country wants one.
ANY ONE WIsllINU TO UUY RIGHTS
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or address
W. .1. BURNETT,
VfJtfd.tw Thornton's lllock. loth .t., Cairo, III.
FIRE AND MARINE
I ZlvT S TJ "JR J ILSr o E
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
Asset tl.43B.2tO 2.1
GERMAN! A, N. Y.,
Aet 1,(K)S,7.1 78
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Assets 70 86. IX)
REI'UIILIC, N. Y.,
Assets 7H,02S 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency,
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Asset 878 4ll 61
Assets 153,193 23
11 HK MEN'lt FUND, 8. .,
Assets. 078.800 OS
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Htores, Dwellings, Furniture. Hulls and Car
lies, Insured at rales as Nvrableai sound, per
msnent security will w.rrauU
I respectfully ask of the cltlsans ot Cairo,
II E AD QUARTERS.
BEElttVART, ORTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WAKE, HOLLOW
G KATES) MANTELS,
WATER 0 O O L E B S .
BIKD CAUES, y
"W X E 23 CLOT H
fcr Window bcreens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
CRADLES, &cn &c.
Alio manulscturers of
(JUTTEBING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Coffer Ware.
tole Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveahle Point Steel Plow,
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
rCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORj AND CORN MILLS.
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a sure cure for smoking chimnies-
MEN WAiNTED !
The Cairo A St. I.nni It. It. Co. want 600 men
at once, to woik on the lino of their road in
Alexander county, trom S to IS miles north nt
I'ltlCK-i. For slallon work, light till, twenty
cents iiH'.) i y rl. Choppers, ft JO) mo ilol
lars ami tlflv cents ner dat. Hav nfii on graue.
HI !M) two dollars and tentvfle cents per day.
unarms uoperweef. rrompi payments in
gaurnnteed h) the Con pany.
Apply lo. lull. N MUI.VKV, Suo't on the work.
SUTTER Si BIERWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
BT LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Knameled, Embossed and ground Class
Ul ever .irpviiniuu.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION I'AID TO CHURCH-
aw Orders from all parts of the country
promptly attended to. 6-31 dw 3m "
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
Wauiinoton Avenut, Coh. 7TH St"",
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Missos' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippors of all Kinds,
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
k Call and Examine.
They nre also prepared to supply Lsdiaa and
Gentlemen with tho HEsT OP tfuCV WOHK, at
Hurts thst stiff competition, t lttr