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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1872.
We arc prepared to furnish uniform to
GRANT CLUBS AND
to any number ordered, for 91 45 n complete
u tilt J Cap, Cape, Torch with Stick, and
Flag. Send order at once to
II AND & METZK.E,
JOMarkct Ht.. up Halm. CHICAGO, ILL.
j ST. NICHOLAS
HARRY WALKER & CO, Prop'rs.
This lioue Is newly fitted up with
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for nil kinds of
with the Kelt
are compounded in the most approved style.
t3TCome and cce for yourself. They keep
on hand a tine flock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
Paklleatloa efltf, Balled Handing
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND
arc spread inoniiiiL' and evcnlm at nine
o'clock, at which all arc invited to partlcl
pate free ot charge. 8-13dtt.
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES. FRUITS, EOGS, LAUD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
J3J AH Goods warranted frcidi, und Hold
at the lowest prices.
"Corner Oth and St. CoimncrelalAve.
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH .fc EVANS.
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY U. S.
The Fait nd Elegant Passenger Steumer
.Tack Guammkk, Matter.
Ed. Tiiomah, Clerk.
JOT Leaven Cairo for Paducah and Evaw
vllle, every Thursday and Sunday evening,
atC o'clock, connecting at Evaunvlllu with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packet. For
irejgnt or passage apply to
James BiGosI'a'.sfUt'cr Ag't.
Peaches $1 per bushel.
Apples 60 cents per bushel.
Grapes Ave cents per pound.
Business on the levee roported protly
Sweet potatoes selling at $1 60 per
Tho piano at Hannon'swas raffled for
Irish potatoes, GO cents per bushol,
Thonnometer ranged yesterday 01
at two p. m., in the shade; 100 In the
Valentino' Rosch, arrested by Martin
fur leaving dray on the street, lined $8
and costs j paid.
We'll back John A- Logan for econ
omy in truth against any other Baron
Munchausen Illinois can scare up.
lluinpbrcysvlllc, of tho Union county
1 Press,' came down to bear Logan Tues
day night and called on The Bulletin
Mr. Thomas Cain Is drawing material
for a three story brick business homo 25
by SO feet, on Washington avenuo, be
tweon Elovcnth and Twolfth streots.
Capt. McUalo wears tho handsomest
and most enthusiastic Greeloy hat in
Southern Illinois. Ho Is diligently search
ing for the man who says ho don't.
Hero is n clianco. A Groeloy man
who lives noar Thobes and owns a half
interest in a saw mill at that place, is
anxious to bet it on Groeloy's oloction.
A regular communication of Dolta
Lodgo No. CG8 F. & A. M. will be held In
Masonic Hall this Thursday evening, 16th
of August. Visiting brethron cordially
invited. Jamks A. Piiu.mb, Scc'y.
Yesterday morning a tcamstor from
the country, hitched his team to a low
post at tho Thalia saloon, oti Washington
avenue. The horses broke tho halter and
ran the wagon whouls against a trco in
front nf the saloon, breaking the longuo
out of tho hounds. Fortunately, no other
damagd was done.
Tho moonlight excursion, Friday
night, oti tho Eckcrt, will no doubt bo a
very pleasant affair. Tho blessed pooplo
who proposo to go to Heaven from tho
bosom of tho church, whilo molancholy
music walls about tbelr coffins, and who
can not onduro tho sound of tho violin,
and who know the devil is in dancing, und
who won't patronizotbo oxcursion because
thoy havo boon informed a person who
does must danco, may rest in poace. If
they don't want to dance they need not ;
but if they do, thoy may.
On Tuesday afternoon, on the loveo
two steamboat men managed to get Into
a slight altercation with Mr. Thos. Meo
ban, a peaccablo citizen, residing In the
Fourth ward. Without any provocation
they fell upon him, and ono of them lifted
a large stono, and inflicted a severo
wound on the said citizen's head. Tho
name of ono of tho assailants was Edward
Fosse. They wero both dealt with the
same evening and lined SM and costs.
Ono paid, and Fosso was committed to
jail for a corresponding term. They
wore arrested by constable Mohnor.
A young lad, son of tho coffin-maker,
Fellh, was abused by V. Rcsch, whilo try
ing to buy a water molon, at his stand, on
Eighth street. The boy stated that the
melon was not good and Resch cut it
open. It proved to be unsound. Tho
boy refused to take it but would take n
good one and pay for it. The amiable
Resch, who, wo are given to understand,
is in tho habit of abusing little boys
seized tho littlo lad, and nftor giving
him h sevuro shaking rubbed his
no.o in tho water molon and then in the
dust. Resell was arrested yesterday,
taken boforo Squiro Shanitesty and lined
$5 and costs.
the oioltemonl of angry passion when
3, As a goneral rulo it should bo
fllctod In tho presence of tho school.
4, Punishment should bo otlcctual.
Law of centrifugal forco; e fleet of
aamo upon revolving bodios. Law of mo
tion ; simple and resultant motion. Re
flected motion. Terrestrial motion.
Working of the heart and arteries ;
sound and heat of the heart ; pulse of tho
artories ; jotting of blood from artcrios.
Subdivisions of the heart stroke. Causo of
tho circulation of the blood. Explanation
of blushing. Relation of the norvous
control to disease. Three sets of nerves in
The axis of plants wero treated of.
Arrangements and kinds of Branches.
Runners, scions and suckers. Divisions
of stems; leaf and scale; Tubers and
bulbs, exemplified by illustrations, as to
tbelr mode of growth, differences, etc.
A BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF THE SEN
LITTLE TRUTH AND
REGULAR CAIRO.l'ADUCAH & EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The line PaMcngcr Packet
'Leaves Cairo fur l'adiii-nh uml Kv.in.
rlfie every Tuesday and Friday evening ut 0
o'clock. For freight or parage apply on
board or to
James Bioos, Passenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The One low procure Pa.icngcr Packet
W.B.PENNINGTON.. .. Master.
tSJLcavc Cairo every Wcdne.day and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Paducah
and Evansvllle. For freight or parage ap.
ply on board or to
JAMES BlGOh, IWenger Ag't.
OAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips ditilr.
invito not HD 11TT
At S:30 jk.ni
At 1:30 p rn
At 6.....HM M .p.uii
P.r. rich . SO cenU : 10 ticket, for 12 t.
Will land, whsn hailed, at any good Intermediate
andiag I or passengers or freight. dot it f.
OAinO AND PADUOAH
The splendid uteamer
Stanley Bhown, Capt,
MS 3lio nuLT, (Sunday excepted
m. For (rslabler paaeegeapplr oulo
In Squire Shannossy'a Hall of Sighs, Star
Martin presented a trio of vagabonds, who
wero of no uso to thumselvos,and concluded
to lay by for a rest. The distinguished
bummers wero rospoctivolv named Wm.
Groth, Sam. McCluro and John Smith.
Their astonlshmunt was unbounded to
think that by an addition of two letters
from a rost to arrest they wore required to
pay $5 and costs. No "munny" yor hon
or. "Eight days," said his honor sharply.
They swoar never to bo seen in Cairo
when those 8 days are sweated out.
Tho candidates for the order of tho
thistle, woro a quartetto ; three of whom
wero arrostod by Martin, and tho otbor by
Mehner. Thoy had boon making earnest
astronomical searches for tho comet
through a magnifying glass, and continued
to gazo so long as to lose their balance
and wore, in conscquenco of a low finan
cial condition, corapollcd to accept tho
gratuitous hospitality of! tho Dundum
castlo for tho period of 8 days. It is
thought they will recover.
In tho afternoon sosslon La Hue pre
sented Charles Williams for his honor's
investigation, for swizzling potato bug
gravy to such an extent as to causo him to
fly his kito too high. .Huving lost his
change, ho was given eight days In which
to recover his recollections in tho cnttlo
of walls, Lord McIIalo keeper.
The subjnet treated of to-day was the
DUTIES OK TEACHEK8.
Tho subjoct win dwelt on with much
earnestnoisby Prof. Kirk, and was llstonod
to with profound attontlon. Ho rominded
them that It was their duty
let. To mako tho acquaintance of and
visit tho parents of tho district
2. To avoid too much governing,
. 3. Punishments improper. 1. Thoso
that excite the fueling the pupil
that an indignity has beon committed
against the porson ; pinching tho ear
2. Those punishments that from their
naturo.lnfllct a prolonged torture.
3. Ridicule proper. Kind reproof; loss
of prlvlloge; restraint; corporal punish
ment. 1, The teacher must bo convinced that
tbe rod Is the best thing in the spoclflo
2. Tbe teacher should never be under
On Tuesday night Senator Logan ad
drossed n largo audiunco in tho court house
in this city.
He commoncod with a briof history of
the Republican parly and in such a way
as to convoy tho impression that ho had
been ono of its founders.
Ho thon askod : " Has tho Republican
party fulfilled all tho promises it mado to
tho country when it assumed tho control of
the government?" Ho declared it had
dono so, that its action had boon endorsed
by the Domocratio party, and
by tho, wholo American pooplo, and tho
colored men especially wero exhorted to
judge of the future by tho past. He de
nounced tho Liberals, stating that thoy
had acted in bad faith, and by slander had
effected an organization in which the
Democrats gladly unite'd with them.
After viillfyingStho Liboral movement as
a foul conspiracy, he declared tho Repub
lican party hud granted all that the
Liberals had adopted in their platform, ex
cept ono thlng,which was that of amnesty to
about suvonty-flve o( tho rebels who would
not nsk for'morcy from tho government.
Ho was opposed to forgiving them and
novar would for ono consent until those
rebels hud asked pardon for tho past.
11 o thon went on to discourso about tho
"bloody chasm," misquoting and misrep
resenting facts in the most shame-faced
manner. Nono filled that chasm but
Grant men; and endoavored to
prove, without actually using tbe
names of Republicans and Dem
ocrats, by all the language
of which he was master, that Republicans
alono fought the battles of the Union,
and that their bodies on Jono side, and
those of the robels on tbe otbor, filled tho
" bloody chasm." He kept on in this
train for at least ten minutes. Ho then
mado an awkward nttompt to whitewash
the administration, and commenced by
singing the old song that less money had
been abstracted from the Treasury during
tho period of Grant's administration than
any other heretofore, and referred to the
endorsement of tho fact by Mr. Turner
and Gov. Palmer, extending over tho first
yoar nf Grant's presidential term. He
defied any porson to adduce a single fact
of corruption, fraud or bribery on tho
part of tho Prosldent.
Having stumbled over that part of his
subject, he said tho Liberal " conspiracy ''
was organized in Washington, and thut
Grata Brown, was tho chlof conspirator I
Ho alluded to tho sale of arms, and uti
blushingly asserted that it was a straight
forward transaction between tho govern
ment and tho citizens, and that not a cent
was ombozzled. That foreign
4iowors, England, France, and Belgium,
had sold arms to tho rebels and not a
voice was ralsod in denunciation of them by
thoso who are now leadors of tbo Liberal
party. Tho fact was, bo was one of tho
committee who sat on the investigation ot
tho transaction for thlrty-ono days,
and that both Republicans
and Democrats who constituted
that commltteo exonerated tho
government from all charges of fraud, etc.,
and, tho fact of the matter was, that tho
arms sale was a plain open sale. Th
arms were sold to Amorican citizons and
by thorn to the French government, and
that the whole thing was a conspiracy by
Sumner to distract tho German vote from
Sandwiched in betweon tho sale of
arms Job and tho othor swindles, he
mounted tho Murphy job on stilts, und
just thoro a picco of domagoguoism was
beautifully "nipped in tho bud." Tho
outcry against Murphy charging him
with fraud in tho custom homo of New
York was all owing to his being an Irish'
A voice, "An Englishman."
"Well, thon, an Englishman, or whoovor
ho was," said tho speaker, and in a moment
or two dropped Murphy like a hot potatoo.
From him bo traveled ovor tho ground
of investigation, and said that investiga
tion aftor investigation was followed up,
and not a singlo fraud was detected. Ho
stated boldly that thero woro no sustained
charges to bo found anywhere.
Ono amusing pieco of logic was as fol
lows : "You havo in this stato, assessors,
collectors, etc., and have in Cairo a custom
liouse, and yet thero is not a singlocharge of
, corruption or fraud. From this ho actu
ally drew the deduction, and assortod
that it was Hho samo way all ovor; theio
is no corruption anywhere I"
From this point he moved on and tried
to prove that there was more fraud porpe
tratod during tho war of 1812 than tho
losses of money sustainod over tho wholo
period of tbe lato civil war. Ho then
jumped to the Johnson administration
and stated that $60,000 more had 'been
collected under Grant than under tho
Jobnton term, tho reason nf which was
that Grant bad employed faithful and hon.
st collectors I
Ha made a spring then to ths iubeot o
centralization. Ho denied tho charge, and
said what gavo rlso to tbo accusation was,
that in order to support tho .Fifteenth
Amendment appropriate legislation
was mado by which propor
persons wero appointed to watch
tbo polls, so that tbe colored
men could get their rights. He harped
on this string, and topped, off by an allu
sion to tho former and late elections In
North Carolina, claiming a fair Vote and a
republican victory for the last. However
ho distinctly stated that the rebellion
must bo put down, etc.
Ho then pounced upon the Demo
crats declaring that Grant had
come forth victorious, after all
tbo domocratio generals bad,
proved to bo failures, und that Grant
alone was tho conquering horo. That
when Grant came out of the war h was
"hated and -feared by both rnbols and
democrats." Continuing in this strain, ho
wound up on the hero btislnws with tbo
amirablo assertion, vehemently utterod,
that domocrats woro not fit to bo trusted,
not fit for office, not fit to govorn, not fit
for any thing. Voice bettor say thoy
aro not fit to live.
He traveled then all tho way back to
General Washington and began to toll
what Grant would have dono had ho boon
Washington, otc. At this juncture, tired
and disgusted with tbe infamous false
hoods, garbling and misrepresentations of
the would-bo orator, wo loft bitn still
Steamer Arkansas Belle, Evansvsllo.
" Burkavillo, Capo Giardeau.
" Uonry Brobasco, Cincinnati.
11 Mollle Mooro, New Orleans.
11 Bello Memphis, Memphis.
" Smoky City, New Orleans.
' Illinois, Columbus.
11 City of Helena, St. Louis.
City of Chostor, St. Louis.
Steamer Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
11 Henry Probasco, St. Louis.
" Moilin Moore, St. Louis.
" Bello Memphis, St. Louis.
Smoky, City Louisville.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" City of Helona, Vicksburg.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
IIIO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats suppliod at any ttmo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olypuant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
boats to leave to-day.
The fast Grand Tower is the anchor
line boat leaving for Memphis and all
way landings this evening at 0 o'clock.
Tho fine packet City of Vicksburg leaves
this ovenlng at C o'clock for St. Louis
and way landings. The favorlto Idle
wild is tho boat leaving for Evansvillo
and all points on tho Ohio alver, this
evening at 6 o'clock. The fleet Jim Fisk
Is the regular daily packet for Paducah
and loaves at 4 o'clock. Tho good
steamer Burksvillo is the boat for Cape
Girardeau and all way points this mor
ning nt 8 o'clock.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
The decline in tho Ohio at this point
continues. Above hero tho doclino is
steady and bars are to be seen on every
hand, ttut latest reports from the upper
Ohio Is, that there is four and a half feet
scant between here and Evansvllle. and
falling fast. The condition of tbe -Mississippi
is getting worso daily. The lower
crossing at Groanfleld's is tho worst place
in the entiro rivor ; thero is only CJ feet,
roportod in it, and it is very crooked. It
is thought that tho swift curront will cut
it out in a fow days. Below thoro in
Bird's bend the channel is very bad, and
boats havo to bo very careful.
1IUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business continues good, and things
wero moving lively for this season of tbe
Tho woather was clep.r and hot. Tbo
dust in the streots has become very deep,
and rain is needed.
Tho City of Chestor arrived yesterday
24 hours behind time. She grounded at
Twin Hollows tho first night out, whore
sbo was dolayed sometlmo. Sho was also
aground, a couple of hours, at Greenfield's.
Tbo William Cowen tried for a couplo
of days to take her three barges of coal
ovor the lower crossing at Greenfield's,
but had to give it up, She brought them
back, and will try it to-day with barges
drawing less water.
City National Dank HiilldtukT.
.Special attention paid to orders Ironi Mean,
boats night ordav
We rospectlully inform tho citizens
of Cairo and vicinity that wo shall opon
on or about the lit of Soptembor, 1872, in
NefTs now brick building on Eighth
street, with an entiro new and olegant
slock of dry goods, clothing etc.
8-lo tf. Blum & Ambon.
Prof. L. Kruger Is prepared to glvo
prlvato lessons in olemontary as well' as In
the highest branches of education in the
English, German, French and ancient
languages, at tho residences of thoso desir
ing instruction, from Monday the 12th
Inst. Inquire at Judgo Bross' office
Blum & Amson will opon about tho
1st of Hoptomber with a now stock of
clothing, dry goods, boots and shoes, otc,
which will be selected by Mr. Blum in
tbo Eastern markets, during this month
His large experience In tho business and
acquaintance with tbo wants of tho people,
will onablo htm to mako his stock full and
completely suited to all classes and ages.
Remember tho placo NcflTs now brick
building on hlghth struct, betweon Com
mercial and Washington avenues.
Proposals will be rocoived at the office
of tho U. S. Paymaster, Naval Station,
Mound City, Ills., until 12 M., of Satur
day August 17th 1872, for furnishing tho
Navy Department, Bureau of Construc
tion and Ropalrs, with tbe following arti
cles to be delivered at tho station :
1,300 yds No. 4 cotton canvass.
75 Gals. Boiled Linseed Oil.
0 Gals. Tarpentlno.
8 Gals. Japan Dryor.
2Q0 lbs best Whito Lead.
20 lbs I Coppcrod Tacks.
J dozon O. K. 6-0 Paint Brushes.
All articles subject to rejection by In-
pector. Tho right to reject any or all
bids reserved. Francis T. Gillet.
P. A. Paymaster U. S. Navy.
August 1.1th 1872. augl4-3t
I have sold my stock of furniture, etc,
and havo quit businoss, and expect to ro-
movo from Cairo about tho first of next
month. I will thorcforo thank thoso per
sons indebted to mo to pay their accounts
at onco. My books aro at my old stand
on 10th street, whern paymont can be
made to myself or in my absenco to I, L.
Uarrell, whoso recolpt will bo good.
Aug. 18, 18783t. B. S.Harkkll.
Wolss Boor oi tho Ulysses S. Grant
brand, Christianizing in its character, is
kept for sale at tho Thalia saloon only, tf
Tho undersigned, lato workmen with
J. P. Gamble, havo opened a shop, corner
of ICth streot and Commercial avenue, for
tho manufacture and repair of Wagons,
Buggies, drays, etc., etc., and for tho pur
pose or doing a general wueemiioiit
business. They respoetiully ask a share
of tho public patronage.
aug. lil-tf. 0. 0. Davidson,
Thoro will bo sold at publics auction ut
tho naval station, Mound City, Illinois,
on Friday, August 16th, at one p.m., the
following proporty on account of navy
dopartmont, bureau yards and docks :
1 Smithy i.e. Bargo.
1 lot of Iron.
1 Platform Scalos and Wolght.
200 foot Rubber Hose.
1 Blacksmith's Forge.
1 lot of Stoves.
1 Letter Press.
Torms of sale, cash on dellvory, and ro
moval of proporty within three days.
By orddr of Commandant,
Prancu T, Gillktt,
-U-s)t P. A. Paymaster U. S. N.
From the Superior (WiKcouin) Time
" Do any of our subscribers wish to
know whero to purchase a really first-class
Cabinet Organ ? We bavo not tbo slight
est hesitation in saying go to tho Simmons
& Clough Organ Co., Nos. IS, 17 and 19,
Miami avenue, Detroit.
" We aro not surprised to learn thn fact
of which we aro recently informed, that
this sterling Instrument took tho first
premium 1 for extraordinary clearness and
purity of tone,' over tho Estey Organ at
the Agricultural Fair at Lowell last Oc
tober. To surpass tho Estey is praito
enough for most organs, but our own
preference for the Simmons & Clough In
strument was settled some timo ago, on
tbo merits of tho case. Wo bavo hoard
tbe Simmons. Clough Organ. It speaks
From the Fon du Lac Reporter.
"Wo saw and hoard one of thoso Com
bination Organs manufactured by Sim
mons, Clough & Co., of Detroit, and wo
unhesitatingly pronounce it the finest
tonod Reed Organ we bavo had the
pleasure of listening to.
"This organ is constructed with tubes
through which the tone passes, giving it
that rich flute or pipo organ tone not
found in any other, and showing nono of
tho reedy motallic tone so common in reed
instruments. Wo think this will revolu
tionize tho rood Instruments adding much
in tone with littlo additional expense."
Equal to and superior to many of the
higher prlcod organs. Rushvillc, (Ills.)
From the Ionia Sentinel. (Report of the
Fair at Ionia, Mich., for October, 1871.)
"Organs were tbe principle musical In-
trumonts represented. O. W. Tucker
showed the woll known Mason & Hamlin
Organ ; J. II. Van Ness, tho " Union,"
whilo J. W. Gardner sang tho pralso of
tho " American."
" Don Jones took tho first premium on
tho Simmons & Clough Cabinet Organ
which was sold on tho ground to Prof.
From the Weekly Independent, Clyde, O.
"Tbo most talented musicians of tho
day, both amateur and professional, testi
fy to their superiority, and uherover ox
hibitod thoy give the host of satisfaction.
Thoro is no instrument mado that exceeds
thorn in tono, durability and finish."
From the Wisconsin Tiiiien.
"Tho best and grandest thing wo havo
seen in tho way of a Musical Instrument for
what it purports to bo tho combination it
affords, its scope, volume and power.
sweetness ot tone, delicacy of touch,
wondorful imitations, and tbo low price
otrered at, is tho Now Combination Organ
manufactured by Simmons, Clough & Co,
It must bo seen to bo uppreclatod, und
when onco hoard cannot but impress tho
most casual observor with its great morit
"Wo hold this Instrument in tbo high
est favor us a substitute for the Pipo
Urgan. for tho uso of church service, in
buildings of ordinary capacity, und confl
dontly look to boo them como into uni
vorsal uso." augl4-dAw-lw.
Groeloy Lagor Boor, a puroly patri
otic article, can bo had at Thalia sa
Thero will bo sold at public auction at
tho naval station, Mound City, Ills., on
Friday, August 10th, at ono p. ni., tbo
following property on account of navy
dopartmont, bureau of ordnance:
000 pounds refuso powder.
Terms of sale, cash on delivery, and ro
moval of proporty within three days.
By order of Commandant,
FbancIi T. Gillxtt,
8-11 3t. P. A. Paymaster TJ. S.N.
There will bo a moonlight oxcursion on
board tbo stoamor T. F. Eckort on Friday
ovoning, August 10th, leaving Phillips'
wharf boat at 7) o'clock and Mound City
at B o'clock p. m.; up tho Ohio river and
return to Cairo at 11 p. m. ; then up tho
Mississippi and return to Mound City at 1
a. m., making final landing at Cairo at
1:80 a. m.
No cards of invitation, as all who wish
to participate are cordially invited,
committee or arrangement.
A. B. Safford, W. H. Morris,
O. R. Woodward M. B. Harroll,
Phil Howard, John Q. Harman,
A. II. Irvin, Dr. 0. W. Dunning
B. F Jllsko, Paul O, Schub,
C. 11. Kyi j, Irwin Ducan,
II. Hannon, Thos. L. Watson,
M. P. Fulton, U. Glvo n Hagey.
It V II fl.-t A 17. IT.nl.l.t..
iniKO uarter, van i uogan.
Good music for tbe occasion.
Tickets, $2, admitting gentleman and
ladles; for solo at drag und stationery
stores ; also by tho committee. al3-td.
"Can't do Without it. This is what
tho stage and horso car companies, livory
stablo keepers, members of tho turf, and
all grooms and trainers sav of the Mus-
tano Liniment. They "can't do without
it." And why? Bccauso It infulllbly re-
ducos tho oxtcrnal swolllngs, &c, which,
under various names, Impair tho useful
ness and valuoof tho king of quadrupeds,
and alto becauso, for sprains, strains,
galls and othor injuries to which horse
flesh is liable, it is tho most trustworthy
preparation in the market. Yet tbesu
recommendations coinnrlso onlv a nor-
tion of its claims to publln confidence.
jjuring a poriou oi. moro than slxtocn
years, It has boon rocognizod as a specific
for many of tho most agonizing disorders
which atlhct tho human family such as
rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, lumbago,
tlcdoloreux, soro throat, earache, tooth
acho; and likowiso as n pcorlos applica
tion for cuts, bruises, burns and scalds.
Can tbo coarse gritty tooth powders
i nd tooth-destroying chemical fluids find
a placo on tho toilets of sensible people.
The fragrant and preservative Sozodont
has Hperccdod them all. Aug 10-d,w-lw
STUART & GHOLSON
Will oflbr during tho month
of August their entire line of
Dry Goods at greatly reduced
prices, to make room for the
Fall Stock. Now is the time
to secure good bargains. We
are offering our stock of Sum
mer Goods at and below Cost.
We mean-business. An early
call is solicited.
Wills Its) (loosajr attendant, low aptr
Ha' deps-caalaa, lavolaatarjr emlvtfoa,
loaasr aaaaaa. SMnulankiM. lou oi
spower, dlaajr ssrala loaa or nirmurr,
and tssrcatcaasl Impotrnrr nail lata,
clllljr, Sad a aoves-olcas curt- in mini,
parry's Homeopathic I lit- .o
Tweutjr-elcllt. Compo.M i.lir.o inoM Tftlun.
bio mild mud potent CurMIrm, tuer liur
at the roots th ol mittir lour up t y
tern, arret thedl.ciinrxct, an. I nti.url rlKor.nd
enrrsT, lile.nd Yllllt) to Itiientu ijitn. Tn
luiTDcurra inuii.nus ni r,i-( 1'rice, !, per
ck.geof fireboxe. and a Urge 12 vlti, which
I. fcrjr ImporUnt in oUtinnle or old cum, or
per.inKirbox. om hj .11 driiKl.u. tai ..nt
by mallonreceltit ol tirlce. AJjra llumbhn,
Hpeclfic liomeopttilc Medicine Co., Jc2 llro
U8lMwl Aiit, Clro, llllnol
OROCEUIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
I'RICES VOR CASH.
AT H. C. THIELECKE S STORE.
WASHINGTON AVENUE, II ETWEE ST TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
80 lbs. dry Cuba Sucar for - - - SS 00
9 " H . ii .i ... j oo
OJ IDs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " Prime Rio Cofl'eo for - - 1 00
3 " Choico " " - - 1 00
!1 " Old Government Java - - 1 00
Teas and other startle and funnv ftrnrn.
rios equally as cheap.
Goods new, and full weight Riven. Cal
In Ruder'. New Brick Building, eoriie&t
Eighth and Washington Avenue, '.;
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
AND DEALER IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Ice Cream and Soda Fountain.
I desire to Inform my patrons and the pub
llu at large, that I am at all times prepared to
fiirnlili everything in tbo abnvn lino on the
shortest notice; Including Wedding and
Ouecn cakes, etc. Also tupper partlcH fur
nished to order promptly and perfect Halls
For quality and prices I defy conicptitlon.
Try me once and you will eomo again.
CAIRO CITY COAL
J propsred to supply customer with tho be.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Halllday Bros, ofllce, 70
oiiio levee, or at tho Coal Yard below the
ht. Char es Hotel, will rccoive prompt atten
tion. The Tf o "Montauk" will bring coal
alougsldc to steamers at any hour.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATEN, Proprietor.
100 Commercial ATenu, CAIRO, JI.MNOIB
sl brand of Cillfo. UCIWs just reel, kj,
oW.huA?.D,00nru,7?Unei1 the. best
anJpMr.5e.b.r!uppU.,d ne1' liquors
and clean of th ftutit brand!.
Our Home Advortisors.
-harlrNl Matron ai, IMS).
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFORD, President;
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
II. HY8LOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
I'. M. rusciir, Chah. fliiUBfa,
S' ii' Bloc'"". . Vavi (i. Ucavu,
It. It. CtMNinaiuii, II. P. HAttiD.r,
J. U. Pamirs. '
Depoalta ol assT Aasaaat hiItosI Iroaa
Ta Coata Vpwai-sl.
JNTEKKHT paid on deraalU at the rat ol six
percent, per annum. March Island HepLm
r lt. loter.tt not withdrawn Is f-ddrd Imme
diately to tl e principal or the deposit., thereby
KlTina; them compound Interest.
MARRIED WO VI IN AND CHILDREN MAY
0 THAT KO out IUI CAM D.AW IT.
Open every bu.lne.s day from v a.m. to .1 p.m.,
nod Hturtl.r evening lor HAVING HKPa-JlTh
only, from S to I o'clock.
auotf W. HTMI.OP. Treitiiirer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IULUDAV. 1're.ld.ntj
MKNKY L. IIALMDAY, Vica-President;
A. 1). HAFFOKI), Cuhler;
WALTER IIVhLOP, AmI.UdI Cashier.
Htaats TATLoa, Ro.i.t H. Cv.mai.v,
Hl.ST L. HlUJDAT. W. P. HlLLniT
nto. I). Wiluahmi, BrarasR Hike
raekassao. Cola mm DsUtosl autlea
Bob4M Boackt aad Moist,
KPOSITH received, and a ceoeral tankta
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAM El, UUKD, "reeldenti
KOHEKT. HtL... t. Vi.Pel.nl
U. .. UUUIIEM. Ca.hlr.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank not, and United
Htatea securities bouil.t and sold.
Interest Allowed aes Ttaao Step HSU,
BttOMM. MAaat. ATC I
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
131 TENTH STREET,
Doora, Baals, Mllada. otUeUstsa,
Eavr Untters,(waoe1) WlaWUwaasl Boor
rraaaoa, rioorlatr, La Ml,
Nhlaglea, eiaaoa Maaai, Ulaswd
LlsjfcU, Slaaod Traaaa ,
aats Walsjau, Haata Falllaa sus4 Corda
Blind raaUalnfs, KooUac
t'.lt. KooAasr Cement. Plaatarlaar
Paper, Carpat Tall, WsUU
Lend, Uaaod OU, American Wladaw
Olaaa, Easrllan aadrreaeh
Plato Glaaa, Potty, U!aalcr,a Potala'
Newer Plpeo. Patent SJBlBSaeyaj
Ktt-. Cte., Kte.
A UNT5 0'B,ek niret Psper Company'
II. W John's Improved Hoofing always on
LIME I OEMKNT !
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIMJ.
Cowmeroial-av., Foot of Elevonth-at.
Best quality of Llmo and Cement al
ways on hand, and for lalo at the
very lovost figures for cash.
.Ae, rfdK at "le 0lBco 00 Commerclal.av. at
i eel nf Klereolh iret. noviad-Sm.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If so, takeout advice and purchase your ticket,
over t it old reliable and popular Missovat Pa.
oino ItAitaoAp, which Is po.ltltely th only line
running three dally eaprete trains from 8t. Louis
to Kdm Cliy and the west I and is positively
the only ine which run. Pullman pslu-esieeuera
and fine day coecher, espealally for movers,
equipped with Miller', safety ulatform, ud the
paunf .team brake, From Bt. Loun '0 Kanaaa
City, Kt. ocott, Lawrence, Leavenworth. AtobU
son, 6t. Joseph, Nebraska Oily, Couneft BluSs
nni Omaha wfthoiJtebanml For Information la
reaud to time table.. raFes. Ao to any polal rT
Missour , Nebraska, Kansas, cWrido "teiai"sna
California, call upon ;br address B, u, VnelapMa.
tf f'siJiV'S'1 "".'"S B- Oolumbus; Ohle Tot,
KA. Tord, Oeaeral Passeoger Agenl, at. Leal,'
he trouble to answer questions 1-a.wi