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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1872.
Happy relief to jotrnfr men from '''"f,1;
of error and al.mee In mr'' j'a"1'0"''
restored. Impediments in jinirnwu
moved. New, method of treatinc it. Now
.n.i mnmrLnli n rrmedlrii. Jlooknnd cricll-
lr eenl frro, in scnlod envelop".
AdlrrllbWAllD ASSOCIATION, No.
4 Month Mntli St.. Philadelphia, Fa. an In
stitution lmlnp a high reputation for lioiior
able condurt mid professional skill.
HARRY "WALKER & CO., Prop'rs.
Thl house Is newly fitted up with
iihllcntlon Office, Bulletin MuHtliag
And two fine
JENNY" LIND TABLES
Suitable for nil kind of
. Brand of
with the Best
nre compounded In the most approvcil etyle.
CSTComc and ceo for yourself. Thev keep
on hand a line i-tock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND
are spread lnornln? and
o'clock, at which all nre
pate lrce ol charge.
invited to partlc
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EOGS, LARU
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
EST All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at me lowest prices.
Corner Uth and St. CommcrclalAve.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADl'CAU ,t EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY U. S.
The Fast and Elegant IMs.rtiter Steamer
Jack Orammer, Master.
Ed. TiioMAh, Clerk.
S3" Leaves Cairo tor 1'aducah and Evan
vlllc, every Thursday and Sunday evening,
atO o'clock, eonncctlng at Evansvllle with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packet". For
freight or parage apply to
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH & EVANS.
VILLE SEMI. WEEKLY PACKET.
The tine Passenger I'acket
"Leaves Culm for I'.hImi'hIi mill t-Vnni.
viinr every I'uesday uud Fridav evening tit 0
o'clock. For freight or parage apply on
board or to
James Biting, I'asneuger Ag't.
"ESKl'&LPA"10 AI EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE I'ACKET.
The fine low pressure Passenger Packet
W. B. PENNINGTON., . . Master.
ESTLenvex Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, lor l'uducah
and Evuusvllle. For freight or pumaue ap
ply on board or to
JAmeb Bioob, Passenger Ag't.
Tako your wlfo on llto oxcursion.
Iluilncna stirred up on tho Iotco yes
tordsy pretty fair.
Toko your swcclhoart on tho excur
sion. Nothing doing in the police offlco
No Intoxicating drinks sold on tho
excursion this evening.
Coffee, ice cream, lcraonadt, etc., on
Gropes soiling at retail yesterday
four cents por pound.
tvoryuooy is going to tho excursion
Everybody is going to tho excursion
Tho excursion leaves Phillip's wharf
at :30 and slono depot at 7:15.
Sccuro your tickot fcr tho excursion
Grapes at 1. Saup's, on Commercial
Don't fall to go on tho excursion
A great tlmo on tho excursion this
Service at St. Jospeh's church yester
day morning. The church was full.
Remember the last excursion of the
sosson this evening.
Tako your children on tho oxcursion
boat returns at 11 o'clock.
r.veryoouy says i; oaups grapes
are tho froshest, best and cheapest in the
Ruder is rigging up in n way that
will astonish tho folks when ho is through
Tut: Bulletin will expluln soon.
The wcathor yesterday morning at
sunriso was qulto cool". Thormomcter at
0 a.m., stood at 83s in the shade and W
in tho sun.
The sidewalk on tho west sido ot
Washington avenue, botween Ninth and
Tenth streots, is being repaired. It was
Patrick Pope, to sly and so meek, to
rural parts is gono to sook popularity.
Ho skipped off on his own hook to elec
tioneer for tho County Attorneyship.
Mrs. Howloy, wlfo of Mike Howloy,
city cierK, was the fortunato lady who
drew tho Lorotto piano last night. The
number of tho ticket was 075.
Keuiombar thn moonlight oxcursion
this evening on board tho Eckort. As the
blessed hymn says: "Thero is room for
each, thoro is room for every ono" and
A stroot sprinkler would bo of great
benefit just now, if tho city could afford
such n luxury. Some of the store keepers
aro inwardly profano at the amount of dust
which flies in at their doors, and cover
"Wo saw ono velocipede undergoing
repairs yesterday morning. Pray don't
givo us a volocipedoun agony. Stilts aro
superceding tho thing-a-bob. On the
wbolo stilts uud politlcH aro preferable to
About forty citizens left yestorday
morning on the Arkansas Bollc, for
Lvansville, to attend tho groat Liberal
Democratic rally which took place in that
city. Carl Schurz and Casslus Clay wero
tho great orators of tho occasion.
A gentleman wearing n whito hat
with a black craj-o band, was asked by
Hnother on the leveo yesterday, tho mean
ing of tho insiglna. Ho replied that the
said white hat and crape were intended to
represent Koernor and Black.
P. Sup receives overy day from his
vineyard in Pulaski county, a
largo supply of tho most luscious
grapes in tho mr.rkot, and is selling
them at tho lowest figures, by
wholesale and retail. Ho invites tho pub
lic to call at his cigar stand and oample
tho quality. auglC3t.
A subitantlal citizen informed us
on "Wednesday evening, that four or fivo
white citizens of his acqiittinttiln:e, who
had heretofore been on tho political fence,
aftor hearing Logan's speech on Tuoday
evening, niado up their minds to cast In
their lot with tho Grcoloy congregation.
This Is precisely what wo anticipated and
Eichenberg's cigar and tobacco stand
is growing in popularity every day. It Is
located on Eight street street between
Washington avenue and Ohio leveo. The
Emperor "William, in all his majesty,
stands at tho door inviting tho public to
eitmplo tho excellent chowlng and smok
ing tobacco, and splondid tobacco within.
Elchonberg is dotormined to succeed, and
ifrnorltin tho goods can socuro him suc
cess no will not bo disappointed. Go and
see him 8-U-u-lm.
Mr. J. "W. Hill, living on tbo corner
or Twelfth and Walnut streots, oomplalns
of boys being allowed to build bonfires.
"When tho wind blows strong;, sparks
and small brands) fly about endangering
property. Wo think tho complaint is a
reasonable ono, and it should bo attended
to immediately. "Wobavo suffered euouch
from fires, and thoro is no use in tempting
tho fire liond to visit us through sheer
recklessness. Mr. Hill was on his way to
the mayor's office yesterday to bavo the
nuuanco stopped, nnd we havo no doubt
it will be.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will mike thro trip, daitr.
iruviao xoixd cut
At 6:M Jk.ui
At 1:J0 p m,
At 0 . .i),!n(
w i . - i - in .l.tr... r. . . . i n
Will Uud, when hilled, at any Kootl Inti finedlate
anaiDgiorpuseogerior ireigni. nor tii.
OAIIIO AND PADUOAH
Tlx splendid steamer
Stanley Bbown, Capt.
M etro DAILY, (SuDdi? tictpttd
AUGUST TEUM FIRST DAY.
Alexander county court opened yestor
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, Judgo F. Bross,
presiding; Sevore Marchlldon and Jas.E.
McCrlto, Esqs., Associate Judgos.
In pursuance ol a law passed ut the last
session of the Illinois legislature Tor the
appointment or commissioners of high
ways by tho county court, the judges pro
ceeded to appoint tho following named
parties as such commissioners of high
ways, for tho following described town
ships: Township U, R. 2 "W. Isaiah B. Vlck,
John A. Morris and Jonn O. Vick.
Township 14, R. 8 W.-John Carry, P,
M. Raven and Andrew J. Bunch.
Tract, T. 14, R. 4.Richnrd Ednmnd'on,
"Win. R. Kendall and T. C. King.
Township 1C, R. o;g. "W. Erwin,
Wm. J. Mllford and Tailoy AVhito.
T. J5, R. 8Frank Jones, Ransom
Thompson and Henry Plnncot.
T. 10, R. 2.-Elijb Dlckerson, James
H. Mulcahy. and M. Degllder.
Tract, sec. 16, R. 3. S. R. Jonti, John
Hodges and A. 0. Athorton.
Tract, sec. 17, R. 1. Richard FlUgor.
aid, 0. A. Schoflold, Goo. Lnltnor.
Loro 17, R. 1. Victor Trussell, A. "W
Simons and .N. Hunsackor.
Tho appointments for township 14,
rango 1, wero doforrod until to-day for tho.
purpose of consulting tho Pulaski county
court, said township being divldod bo.
tweon tho two countlos. The clerk was
ordorcd to prcparo notices, and tho sheriff
to serve them on tho parties abovo named
notifying thorn of their appointments,
A potition was then prcsntod for the
dclivory of certain bonds to tho Cairo &
St. Louis R. R. Co which was undor ex
amlnntlon whon wo left.
Tho court will proceod to-day to low
tho now road cut out from horo to Mound
City, and go to Mound City to confer
with tho county court of Pulaski In regard
to said road, nnd appointment of n com
mlsilonor for township 14, rango 1.
TnURSDAV, AU0U8T 20.
Tho attendance at tho Normal school
fell off to twenty-ono, soventcon fomnlo
und four tnalo teachers being present
Tho subject under treatment at tho open
ing or the school was
mo(ME8SIVE lessons is lasouaok.
1. Conversation. Talking with chll
dron with a viow to accuracy nnd fluency
2. Writing nil words they learn.
3. Writing their names nnd copying
snort sentencos from tho blackboard.
4. vritlng sentences dictated by th
o. construction of sontences both oral
and written; expressing facts obsorved
C. Construction of sentoncos containing
ono or moro given words.
a ho Professor thon instsucted his class In
Botany, Physiology, Natural Philoophy
In Botany ho treated of tho Inllorcs
censo of Plants, dcslgnotlng kinds, parts
ana distinction of stems nnd podunclcs.
Tho losson in Physiology was qulto in
torosting, being on tho general subject of
the complexity of the blood.
In Natural Philosophy the subject of dis-
discussion was gravity, nnd In Zoology
the orders Cetaccn and Choroptera, or bats.
It is n matter of surprlso to us that
moro Interest Is not taken in the Normal
fchool being hold by Professor Kirk in
the Fourth ward school house. Tho
courso of instruction given is of tho high
est importance. Parents of pupils, who
care lor their future welfare, should attend
occasionally as n mark of approbation
and encouragement to tho Professor.
Thoy would also gain much useful infor
mation, ospeclally in the mattor of school
government, and bavo tho important fact
impressed upon their minds, of tho imper
ative necessity of complying with school
regulations, and seconding the laudable
efforts of tho teachers in proper moral
training, and the acquirement of regular
methodical habits, suited to tho household
as well as to the school room, and to the
overy day llfo of riper years.
rou THE nULLETIX :
It has always appeared to mo that tho
law of punishment for minor offences, such
as drunkonncss, ill language, squabbling,
etc., is not calculated to produce satisfac
tory results. A man, I will say, becomes
tho worse for liquor, and, according to his
tetnporature, gets Into troublo. Tho man
has, I will say, a. wifo nnd children do
pending upon him for their support from
tho proceeds of his daily labor. He is
caught on tho streets in a stnle of intoxi
cation, put Into tho city jail, brought up
the next morning beforo tho justico
and fined, according, to tho law therein
made and provided. Perhaps this is his
first offense. Nevertheless, the law deal
with him, and he not being Hble to pay
tho fines and costs, has execution Issued
against his goods, or in cate of default of
payment is committed to jail to labor on
the streets. I "do not s ny that the justico
does not act discreetly in many cases
whore It is posslblo to do good ; but, after
all, tho fine and costs, supposing he is
given tlmo in which to pay it, is a hoavy
tax, not so much upon him us upon his
family; not unlrequently a deserving
wife and children suffer in consequence
It is upon thorn tho burden falls. Now
tho question Rrisos is thero or can there be
any bettor or moro conildcrato method
U'od ? I think thero can. I am not plead
ing, bo It remembered, for tho quar
rclsomo drunkard or tbo con
firmed Inobriate, or tho loafing, lazy vag
abond. Tlia confirmed drunkard should
bo sent to tho inebriato reformatory Insti
tution, i nuuuo to cases in wnicti It
somotimes happons, that a countryman or
a citizen falls into the hands of the law
for an occasional fnult. In tboso intances
where a man has a family deponding on
him, nnd has not been lighting, would It
not bo much more humane for tho officer
of tho law to get that man on board the
cars or Uko him home If ho llvos in town,
and charge him a roasonablo price, say $1.
or so for tho troublo, instead of degrading
bltn in his own oyes by publloexposure.and
thus ronder him llablo to go on in n reck
lets courso, nnd cnuso an immense amount
of misery to his wlfo nnd family. If ev
ery porson who gots tight in this city ev
ory day was put in and fined, would
tho calaboose bo largo enough to contain
thorn 7 Humanity.
Steamer Mary Miller, Louisville.
" W. II. Brown, Louisville.
" Quickstep, Evansvllle.
" lllllnols, Columbus.
Steamer Mary Miller, Now Orleans.
" W. H. Brown, St. Louis.
" Quickstep, Evansvllle.
" Illinois, Columbus.
BIO MUDDY COAL.
Htoamboals supplied at any tlmo, 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 implication.
H. V. Olypuant,
D. A, Bokee, Gen'l. Supt,
Sales Agent. 3-16-ly,
H0AT8 LEAVINO TO-DAY.
Tho Colorado is tho flno packet loavlng
for Mompbis, Vlcksburg nnd all way
points this evening at C o'clock. Tho fin
low water packet Arkansas Hello is tho
regular departure for Evansvlllo and nil
points on tho Ohio rlvor, leaving
at 0 o'clock. Tho Burksvllle will Icavo
Cipo Girardeau nnd all way points this
morning at 8 o'clock. The City of Chestc
leaves nt an early hour Saturday morning
for St. Louis - and usual landings. The
Jim Fisk, jr. Is tho Pnducah packet, and
leaves this ovenlng at 4 o'clock.
CONDITION Or THE RIVERS.
The Ohio river, at this point, is steadily
declining. Tho channol botween horo and
Evansvlllo is down to 4 feet, and still
falling. Tho packets can only bring out
half a load. Navigation in tho Cumber
land is about stopped, nnd tho channel
is down so low that a good sized catfish
would ground. No improvement lu the
Mississippi. It is still falling fast, and
sand bars and wrecks can bo soon in all
directions. Tho II. C. Yacgor is aground
in tho lowor crossing at Greenfield's with
hor head up stream. Tho river bolow
hero is getting a little thin, and soveral
tow-boats havo be?n aground.
BUHINESS AND WEATHER.
It was a little dull on the lovco yestor
day, and tho arrivals nnd departures
were very few. Tho weather was cloar
and In tbo shade the atmosphere was
City Xittloaal Bank Baildlu.
m.Speclal attention paid to orders from steam
boats night or dav
-AVoiss Beer ol the 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, bavo opened a shop, corner
of ICth street and Commercial avenue, for
tho manufacture and repair of Wagons,
Buggies, drays, etc., etc., and for the pur.
poso of doing a okkiral whee'.rioht
business. Thoy respectiully ask a sharo
of tho public patronage.
aug. io. tf. o. C. Davidson.
Opfice ok c. & S. R. R. Co.. 1
Cairo, Ills., Aug. lli, 1872.
A mooting of tho diroctors of this com
pany will be hold on Wednesday, tbo 21st
Inst., nt 10 o'clock a. m., at the office of
tho company In this city.
8. Staats Taylor, Prosldont.
I horoby forbid all persons irom soiling
any thing to my wife on my credit. I
will pay no such debts, I will furnish my
fumilyjwlth all nocessaries myself.
P. Saup's popular Tobacco and Cigar
Store is located on Commercial nvonuo,
between Sixth and Sovontb streots, and
raarkod by tho unique sign of "the Girl of
From the Superior (Wisconsin) Tlmei, Jan
"Do any of our subscribers wish to
know where to purchase a really first-class
Cabinet Organ 7 Wo buve not tho slight
est hesitution in saying go to thu Simmons
& Clough Organ Co., Nos. 15, 17 ond 10,
Miami avenue, Dtitroit.
" Wo aro not surprised to learn tho fact
of which wo are recently informed, that
this sterling Instrument took tho first
premium ' for extraordinary cloarnoss and
purity of tone,' over tho EHoy Organ at
the Agricultural Fitir at Lowell last Oc
tober. To surpass tho Estey is praise
enough for most organs, but our own
proleronce for the Simmons & Clough In
strument was settled somo tlmo ago', on
tbo merits of tho case. Wo have heard
tho Simmons & Clough Organ. It speaks
From the Fon du Lac Reporter.
"Wo taw und heard ono of those Com
bination Organs manufactured by Sim
mons, Clough & Co., of Detroit, und wo
unhesitatingly pronounco it the finest
toned Reod Organ wo havo had tho
pleasuro of listening to.
"This organ is constructed with tubes
through which the tone pusses, giving it
that rich flute or pipe organ tone not
found in any other, and showing none of
the reedy metulllc tone so common in reed
instruments. Wo think this will revolu
tlonizotho reed Instruments adding much
in tono with little additional expense."
Equal to and suporior to many of the
nighor priced organs. Rushviile, (Ills.)
li roin the Ionia Sentinel. (Report of the
lair at Ionia, Mich., lor October, 1871.)
"Organs wero the principle musical in-
trumcnts represented. G. W. Tucker
showed tbo woll known Mason & Humlin
Orgau ; J. H. Van Ness, tho " Union,"
while J. W. Gardner sang tho praise 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.
"Tho most talented musicians of the
day, both amateur and professional, testl
fy to their superiority, and wherevor ox
blblted they give tho best of satisfaction.
Thoro is no instrument tnado that excoods
them in tone, durability nnd finish."
From tho Wisconsin Times.
"Tho best and grandost thing wo have
soen in tho way of a Musical Instrument for
what it purports to bo tho combination it
affords, its scope, volume and power,
swootness ot lone, delicacy of touch
wonderful imitations, and tho low price
ottered at, is tho New Combination Organ
manuiacturea by Simmons, Clough & Co.
It must be; soon to bo appreciated, nnd
whon onco heard cannot but impress the
most casual observor with its great mori
" "Wo hold this Instrument in tbo high
est favor us a substitute for tho Pipe
Organ for the uso of church service, in
buildings of ordinary capacity, and confl
dontly look to tee them comu into uni
varialus.." augl4Hlw.lw. -
Wo respactlully inform tho cltltons
of Cairo and vicinity that we shall opon
on or abont tbo 1st of Septembor, 1872, in
NeflTs now briok building on Eighth
street, with an ontlre now and olegant
stock of dry goods, clothing, etc.
8-10 tf. Blum & Ambon.
Prof. L. Krugor is prepared to give
privato lessons in elomentary ns well as in
the highest branches of education In tho
Enclish. Gorman. French nnd anclont
languages, at tbo residences of those dcslr
Ing instruction, from Monday tbo 12th
inst. Ioquiro at Judgo Bross' offlco.
Blum & Amson will open about tho
1st of September with a new flock of
clothing, dry goods, boots nnd shoes, etc,
which will bo selected bv Mr. Blum in
the Eastorn markets, during this month
His largo oxperlonce in the business and
acquaintance with tho wants of tho people,
will cnablo him to mako his stock full nnd
completely suited to all classes nnd ages
Remember tho place Neffs new brick
building on hlghth struct, betweon Com
mcrcial and Washington avoiiues.
Proposals will be received at tho 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 Construe-
t.on and Repairs, with tho following' arti
cles to 1 e delivered at tho station :
1,300 yds No. 4 cotton canvass.
75 Uals. Boiled Linseed Oil.
0 Gals. Turpontino.
8 Gals. Japan Dryer.
2S0 lbs best Whito Lead.
20 lbs i Coppered Tacks.
J dozen O. K. CO Paint Brushes.
All articles subject to rejection by In-
pector. The right to reject any or all
bids reserved. Francis T. Gillet,
P. A. Paymaster U. S. Navy.
August 13th 1872. augl4-3t
I havo sold my stock of furnlturo, clc.
and havo quit business, and expoct to re
move from Cairo about tho first of next
month. I will thoreforo thank those pr
sons indebted to mo to pay their accounts
at once. My books aro at my old stand
on 10th stroot. wbero navtnont can bo
mado to myself or in my absonco to I. L.
Harrcll, whose receipt will be good.
Aug. 13, 18723t. B. S.Harkell.
Greeley Lagor Beer, a purely patri
otic article, can be had at Thalia sa
Thero will be n moonlight excursion on
board the steamer T. F. Eckcrt on Friday
evoning, August 16tb, leaving Phillips'
wharf bont at 7J o'clock and Mound City
at 8 o'clock p.m.; up the Ohio rivor and
return to Cairo at 11p.m.; then up tho
Mississippi and return to Mound City at 1
m., making final landing at Cairo at
:30 a. m.
No cards of invitation, as all who wish
to participate are cordially invited.
committee op arrangements,
C. R. Woodward
A. H. Irvln.
B. F Blake.
C. R. Kylo,
M. P. Fulton,
W. H. Morris,
M. B. Harrell,
John Q. Hurman,
Dr. C. W. Dunning
Paul G. Schuh,
Thos. L. Watson,
H. Given Uagey.
Dr. N. R. Casey. Cant. Wm. namhletnn
Duke Carter, Dan'l Hogan.
Good music for the occasion.
Tickets, $2, admitting gentleman and
ladlos; for salo at drug and stationery
stores ; also by the committee. al3-td.
We are prepared to furnish uniforms to
GRANT CLUBS AND
to any number ordered, for fit 40 a complete
outfit; Cap. Cape, Torch with Stick, and
t lag. Send order at once to
HAND Jc METZKE,
30Morkct St., up stairs. CUIOAOO, ILL.
Our Home Adveriiien.
COHHIJMISir AN rKWABIN0.
All BSAitB IN
EiaiiTii Street, Between Washington
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
AelelsslSi Ht'tenhoam nnd llanny's,
Keen the heat nr llnel. I'nrU. Million Veal.
(.mh, SuRxe, etc., -ml am prepared to etrre
yui.miw in inw mnn mci spurns manner.
Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds or
Corner Ninete.nth and Poplar Sts.,
Buys nnd slaughters only the best cattle
noes and sheen, ami i iirctiurcd to till nnv ilp
maud for Ircsh meats Irom one pound to ten
thoilanil potindn. tlee'JOtf.
Rest In the United HUlea. Water Cooler, Toilet
rui., i a i. rrrrirre, phi nnti r-jo ov ifAins
i.aiiee, nra., unnper ami KnumHIed Ware lull
anla and nlanlihed Ware. Jannnncl Ware ..
eterjr description, and a a general a.nortmcnt or
AmonK others 1 keep Ibejutllr celebrated
It i ntelee't to mention their superior rjuallllea
wtv .j1" iwr iiirrnseire in
I manuraeliireererlhln In Tin. fikui Inn
Copper Ware out ol the rerjr tM material, and
ha.n no heaitatlun In .latin that 1 h.re a I truer
n.i., in..,., i-umpirtf n.punuieni 01 good men
tioeed than can be found In theeli.
Country dealers will And It to their Interest to
can ann examine o tore purchulnK elsewhere,
.lohtilng, home KUttermjr. and all nuruMe work
promptly auonnen to, c. w, lIENDKuaOri,
fjtacceMor to P. Baup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOVS,
102 Commercial Arenue.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of If liirlenth atreelnad Com.
C. O. PATIER.
"Can't do Without it. Tins is what
the stago and horse car companies, livery
stablo keepers, members of the turf, and
all groomsnnd trainers say of tho Mus
tang Liniment. They "can't do without
it." And why? Bccauso It Infallibly re
duces tho external swellings, &c, which,
under various namos, impair tho useful
ness und value of tho king of quadrupeds,
und ulio because, for sprains, strains,
tails and other injuries to which horse
flesh is liable, it Is the most trus. worthy
preparation in tho market. Yet these
recommendations comprise only a por
tion of Its claims to public confidence.
During a period of more than sixteen
years, it has been recognized us a specific
for mnny of tho most agonizing disordors
which alilict tho human futnily such as
rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, lumbago,
ticdoleroux, sore throat, earache, tooth
ache ; and llkewiso us n peerles applica
tion for cuts, bruises, burns nnd scalds.
Can tho coarse gritty -tooth powders
nd tooth. destroying chemical fluids find
a place on tho toilets of senslblo nonnln.
Tho fragrant and preservutivo Sozodont
nas sperceuna them all. Aug 10-d,w-lw
STUART & GHOLSON
Will offer during the month
of August their entiro lino of
Dry Goods nt greatly reduced
prices, to mako room for the
Fall Stock. Now is the time
to securo good bargains. Wo
are offering our stock of Sum
mer Goods at and bolow Cost.
Wo mean business. An early
call is solicited.
It vlrwimv nlftidanfa ln
Ha' depreaalnn, Involuntary emlaafon,
loan or MintB, kiermaterrho?a, loaa ol
wilts lia gloomy Attendants, low apt
Dower, dlaav brail, loaa at mcmn.v.
and threatened linpolenre and Imbe.
clllty, Had a aoverelira cure Isi ISmn.
pnrey'a Homeopathic Npwiilc No
l'weuly-elsibt. Composed nf thn moat value,
ble mild and potent curative tney .trine
t the roots the ol mttlir, tono ui le y.
tern, arrest the dl.ohargea, and im iri rigor end
nerfjr, life and vltallt) lotlmentiie man. The
hare cured thousands of ca ea. Price, 5 per
rackKeao( five boxea and a large tt rial, which
r very Important in obstinate or old usees, or
trs uk ' oix. aoiu ut ii
hjr mail on reeeipl ol price,
sold hr til dmiHisU, ai sent
it ol orica. AJirjit Humthrev
40001110 Homnouathio Medicine Do.. b,2 Hro
y,K. Y. P. O SCHUH,
aaiuoaewawi uuro, iiiiooi
GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
l'KICES TOR CASH.
AT H. C. THIELECKE'S STORE.
WABHI.NOTON AVr.NUE, BETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH bTKEKTS.
50 lbs. DRY Cuba Sugar for - - - $5 00
i " " " " ... 1 00
OJ lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Sid. - 1 00
4 " Prime Rio Coffee for - 1 00
3J " Choico " " - 1 00
3 " Old Government Java - 1 00
Teas ond other staple und fancy Groce
no. equally us cheap.
Goods new, and full weight given. Cal
JOSE I'll SMITH,
In Buder'a New Urtck Building, corner ol
Eighth and Washington Avenue,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
AND DEALER IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Ice Cream and Soda Fountain.
I desire to Inform my patrousand the pub-
!!c nf r"' ,l"lt ' nm llt times prepared to
liirnMi everything In the above Hue on the
shortest notice, Including Wedding und
Queen caken, etc. AUo supper parties fur
nished to order promptly and perfect satis
For quality unit prices I defy conicptltlon.
Iry me once and you will come again.
Cement, Plajte Paku,
j3fFor the purpose of building up a
wholesale trade In Cairo, I will sell to deal
er and contractors In lots of AO barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo, August 13, 1872.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANK'H SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccetsori to K. It. Ilriidnco A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
ar s Liberal Adtanceme on made
lkafe upou CunsijrofnenU. aCerr
Are prepared to receire, (tore and forward
freight to all points and buy and
sell on cotnmlaaioD,
Hillneae ailended to promptly;
E. D. MATHUSS.. K. O.UUL
MATHUSS Si Villi,
Commissi on Merc hantb
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
MO. 4 OHIO LEVBB.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors loHlratlon, UadeonA Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. M. Williams, Jas. Kinsley,
Late of Vicksbnrg, Miat. Late ol Cln'tl, J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
ronWAHDINO AND COMMISSIOIV
65, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHLLIS it SON,
iBurceasor to John I). t-hllln,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-BT. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply cmtomer with the bes
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Hallhby Bros, olllce, 70
OHIO lkvee, orut tho Coal Yard below tho
ht. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tua "Montauk" will bring coal
alongsldo to steamers at any hour.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
JOBlf UATES, ProBrUUr.
lo Commercial Arenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Csllfe. te.OiKar.jast reeehvJ.
BILLIARD saloon furnished with th bastl
ui utmes ; auu ur supplied with wins, liquors
and clk-ars of the finiit brands, '
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents 0f
OHIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lira, jfi
CaJ , IlIMWII.