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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1872.
Foreign Advertisements.
$1, ooo, ooo
SBOOND
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IN All) OF TUB
PUBLIC LIBRARY KENTUCKY
AT LOtJIftVII.Li:, KV.
Hy authority In thn nrt of tho I.CKlshittiro
Incorporating the I'tihllc Library of Ken
tucky, the Trustees will tflvu their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCENT
In tho urt'td hull of tlio Public Library,
building In Louisville, Hy., on
Saturduy, September 28, 1872.
100,000 I ICKETH ' ADJIIHHION
will ho IkmiciI at ?I0 rncli; hiilf tickets
quarter tickets fciLtti; It whole ticket for
KM); 28f(ire2.V: Wlforfc.vw; 113 for $1,000:
!WS for (2,fi00j riT.'i Tor T,IXK). .No til-count
on less than iMl worth of ticket at a time.
$500,000 i Currency
will tic given to tho holdcrsof tlr
trlhutlon hy lot or ONIJ T
(1IKTH, as follows:
LIST OF GIFTS.
ONKOHANliOIJT, CANII
UNK OIUNI" (ilKI, UAHII
I
kelH hy ill-HOL'SAM)
I
1
I
:i
(,'ln of ifJ.OoiJ each
K Kills of 1,00(1 each
'JO Kill of
ji Kin of
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:a KirtM oi
4.Kinof
.V) cilti- of
leiKlrtioi
ion k'iKi r
4ii- Kin- or
Issl eaeh
NXI eaeh.
Tod eaeh
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U) each
too each
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Sn eaeh
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$100,000
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Total, l.lss) (.-111-, all cn-h. ?.7h,Isi
The Hon. Tho-. I.. Ilrainletti-, Lite gover
nor of Kentucky, ha eou-eiit'il io repre
sent the Trutee In the iii.iiiaeiiiciit of itilx
second liruiid (lift I'tincert, anil lie will per
Hinally sc Hut the inoliey Irnni Ihe sale of
ticket h, ilepii'lteil with file Trm-lirer, that
the drawing I fairly enniliiclcil, and the
ullt-Jil-tly awarileil mid pmuiptly paht.
The drawing will take place in public, in
full Icv of the audience, ami under the im
mediate MiiicnMoii nml direction ofthe of
liter mid Tru-tees ofthe l'ublh; Library ol
KcntucKy, and the liillowlur named eminent
and dl-lntere-ted eltleii, ' In, ia eon
.i lited to he pte-eiit and ee that all I- fairly
doiiei
Hon. M. I!, llnnllri, .luJiu Court Appcui.,
Kcnturky.
Jlon. J. 1'roctor Knott, lato M. C Lob'n
District.
Hon. 11. W. Ilrucc, .ludgu Ninth Judicinl
District, Ky.
(Jun. Kli II. Murrnv, U. S. .Mundml, Dis.
trict, Ky,
Hon. T. It. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan.
Court.
Hon. K. I). Slnndford, President l'unncrs
mid Drovers' Hank.
Hon. John Hurbee, .Manager lioyal Insur
ance Co., Liverpool.
Col. I'hil. Iiw, Com. Atfy Ninth Judicial
DUtrict.
Dr. C. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. Wllion 1. J oil ti so n, Manager Gult
House.
Dr.T.S. lk-11, l'rof. Medical University,
Louisville
Hon. S. O. llnxtcr, Mayor Louisville.
Hon.T, L. Hurnott, City Attorney.
Henry Wolford, Treasurer Louisville.
A. O. 11 ran n in, President Manufacturers
Bank.
l'blllip .udgo, of tho Lotilvillo Hotel, Co.
James Hridgeford, l'rotidenl -J Natiounl
Hank.
"VV. C. D. 'Whips, l'rop'r Wlllard Hotel.
J. O. .Johnston, President Tradern' Hank.
H.Victor Xott'comb, linn of Xuwcomb,
Iluchunan & Co.
Henry Deppen, Pro'idetit German Hank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco Mid Cotton
Merchant.
)r. N'orvln Green, L. A: C. .Short Line
K. H.
Vol. ItoJe, Adnm Kxpre'K Co.
THOS. K. IIKAMLKTTK,
Atr't. I'uh. Library nfKj-,, l'ub. Library
Uulldini:, Iyuiville, Ky.
8Sf"Circulan, giving full particular,
gent on application. -1)ilA:w'Jiii.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, between "Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
CAIRO, ILL,
In r-eeTlnj! dally Dfw tDTOice of
MILLIHBBY 0-00333,
01 rtrry ilcfcriptlon, nd nt I'lirin toHcii Tin
Turn
TIIK I..VTKST 8TVLKS OK
SPRING AND Sb'MMKH GOODS,
BONNETS,
HATS, RIBBONS.
TRIMMINGS,
FRKNOII FLOWERS,
.3 EOKTIES, COLLARS.
UNDER SLEEVES,
LAOES OF ALL KIND
j)()I.I,Y VABDKX GLOVES,
DOLLY VAItDKN .SLTNSllAI)r.S,
DOLLY VABDKS l'ARA.SOLS, ETC.
1'ogotlicr with all the other article kept
;.n a Find Cla .Millinery and Trlmmltix
Siore. To be wild at the very lowest thjure.
J2T Call and eo her. No trouble to idiow
viods.
1JANIKL LAMl'KHT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
FOR LADIES, MEN aND CHILDREN,
EinilTII ST., Bt. Com. A: AVash.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Has Just opened a new and Mjllli ettah
llslnncnt, fully up to the times and Invites
old euitotnew and new, ladlen, children and
nil, to favor him with their patronage.
JSTAII work dono in tho Latent Style.
JOHN SIIEEIIAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Denier In
VEGETABLES. FRUITS, EGGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
Uar All Good warranted fresh, and hold
at tho lowest piiccH.
Corner OtU and St. OommcrclalAvo.
7-2J tl.
FUK NAI.E
Tlia Illinois Central Had Itoa I Ooinuny now
otlorfur alo the following described lol Id Kim
Addition to the City ot Cairo, vln
t.ot -11 block 20. Lot 21 block 82,
18 " 20, " ST " 82,
& i 82, 2H ' 82,
a ' 82, " 31 " 82,
3 8 Si to.
ortermn.ete. apply to JAMEH JOHNSON,
dlt cn
CAIRO BULLETIN.
RIG ROW.
OEN. OUSTAR TELLS BLANTON
DUNOAN SOME TRUTHS,
DR. J. M. K ELL A It KNOCKS THE
RASCAL DOWN.
A TERRIBLE AFFLICTION.
d'roin die lljiidon Mi-".,'lepublieau,')
Some three weeks sinco Col. 1'. S. Lny
ton, of Meridian, brought hia family,
coti'iitlng of hl wifo and live children,
to the residence of his father-in-law, Dr.
Win. Rcber, who live a mile cuH of
Brandon, with his widowed dnughtei,
.Mr. Annie E Bourne. About a week
after their arrival, and in the nb.-enco of
Col. Layton, his wife, four of his children,
thofour children of Jin, Bourne, two
laughters o( (Mri. Britt,and a negro girl,
were all tuken with Dipthcria Col. Luyton's
little daughter, Mabel, died on thoiO;hof
August, Annio Bourne on the '.'4th, l'ierru
Soule Layton 'on the 26th. Wlllio Bourne
on tlio 'JtHti, Eula Bourne on tho !!0th, and
Futinio Bourno on tho 1st of S iptembor
six lovely and interesting llttlu children,
all under the sama roof, in tho -liort space
of cloven days, und four ol'thefiicotnitoiing
tho entiro family of n recontly wlJowed
motlier. Tho very best of medical aid was
promptly tunimuncd, but all human ellbrts
failed to rcllove th littlo eulierors. It
was feared that tho diseam would spread,
but up to tills time it lias not dune so. Two
persons who waited upon tlm sick mid
dying have had n slight touch of tho
diiease, but thny lmvo entltely rccoved,
and tlio fears o'f its spreading have all
vanished.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Tlio co-partnership heretofore existing lie
ween H. II. Meyer, and Win, Htoner, under
the llrm name of M oyer & Stoner l'ulnters,
Is this Uny dissolved by mutual consent. The
business will he continued at the old stand,
hy H. H. Mover. II. H. Meyeh,
Aug. Ul, 18,2. WM. Stonkii.
THE DROUGHT IN JACKSON
COUNTY.
(From the Carbondale New Era ol Saturday.)
During tlio long und utisuntly "hot
spree," which proviiiled throughout Juiy
and August littlo rain loll, and as n con-
sequence mo country is nowsuuuring irom
drought wells, springs, und streams huvo
dried up, and farmers osporienco great
Inconvenience from lack of water, monv
of them being obliged to drlvo their stock
several miles to water. The corn which
even so lato as three weoks since looked so
promising, is almost a complete failure,
and much of that planted lato will not
yield seven bushels to tlio aero. In duly
it was predicated that corn would bo a
drug in tho market in isovemuer, anu
would not bring twenty-tlvo conts a bushel,
so unusually favorahlo woro tho prospects ;
from prosetit indications thoso fortunate
enough to have any of this grain to sell
will reallzo at least seventy uvn cents a
bushel. Wo aro told, however, that rains
have fallen recently in "Wabash county
sutllciont to save tlio corn ; if this bo true
our farmers) may feel somewhat easier.
A CLEVER SMUGGLING RUSE.
French smugglers nro clover sometimes.
They sent word to tlio otllcials that at a
certain hour a wagon load of straw would
pass in a givon direction, nmong which a
quantity of tobacco would bo concealed.
Tho wagon arrived at the tlmo and place
Indicated, and was slopped by tho otllcer,
nml a strict examination commenced.
SVhou thoyworoin tho midst of tho opera
tion, a funeral camotip preceded by littlo
boys carrying lnconso and tupore, tlio cross,
and tlio priests cnanting psalms, accom
panied by sound of tho forpont. Tlio
employees hastonod to mako room for tho
funornl to pass, when thoy sot to work
again, undoing the bundles of straw, and
oxuniining thorn one by one. Thoy dis
covered nothing until tho next day, when
It was mado kuown that tho funoral
cortege was composed ontiroly of smug
glersthe playor on tho serpent, tho in
cense boys, and nil tho cortego wcro ladon
with tobacco, as well us hoarso and coilln.
A nogro child has been born in
htowart county, Ua,, which hoars a cu
rious rosomblanco to a turtle It Is with
out a nose, and logo aro Uoxlblontthokneo
joints In front as woll as behind. Tho
child cannot nurso and has to bo fed. It
is doing well, and may yet constitute one
of tuo attractions ot iiariuun a mu sou in.
From tho Loulvlllo Conrlcr-.Iotirnal, Seii
temberiid. Tho most oxciting ovent of tho day
occurred at tho Gait Homo In tho after
noon, ubout 1 o'clock Col. Ulatilon
Duncan sitting in the corridor in
conversation with several delegates, roo
from his scut, and, approaching Gen. Goo.
A. Custar and Dr. J. M. Keller, who woro
engaged In n private conversation, tho
following conversation substantially
ensued :
Col. Duncan alluding to his lamoncss,
Gen. Custur said, satirically;
"You will bo lamer than this next week."
Col. Duncan responded boastlngly J
"You follows don't know how big a thing
this Is. It is tho biggest thing that has
happened on this continent."
"Yes," Gen. Custar Hindu answer, "it
will last about three days,"
Dr. .1. M. Keller, who ts a prominent
physician ol Louisville and a man of
irreproachable character, inquired
pointedly of Col. Duncan if ho had noticed
tho general appearance of tho delegates
who hud arrived this morning?
Col. Duncan replied : "I don't know, 1
only know that In tho delegation from
New York there aro tun men who
represent ten millions. I call these
pretty heavy men."
"Ye." replied Dr. Keller, "heavy so far
us money Is concerned.''
"You can ho assured,'' remarked Gen '
Cutar, "that there is money in It if the
Colonel is interested.'
'Talking about money,'' replied Duncan,
"I havo been uHWed a half million dollars
to break up this convention.''
Gen. Cutur retorted that it whs the I
natural Inference that tho other party hail i
oll'ercd more than a half million dollars
not to break It up,
At this Duncan excitedly mid, "Wi II, I
fir, my character is at good an yours, and i
milled something about being bought and I
sold which was not fully caught by Gen.
loriariimt ir, noiiar.
"I iiiii not going to ditcii's your
character," said thu General, "and have
not referred to it particularly, but now
that you havo brought the subject up, I
can establish by good testimony, without
going out of this hall, that you openly
stated that this whole movement wnt "a
question of bargain and sale, and that, for
your part, if there was to bo any sale, you
were going to sll to the party who would
1)bv tho biggest price, and that party you
(elioved to bo Grant."
"I don't know who ycur informer is,"
said Duncan ; "but whoever he U he Is a
liar,"
General Custar remarked, "Don't be so
fast, Colonel.
Duncan repeated, -'W hoover toll you so
wa a liar. '
Dr. Kellar, who was listening to but
taking no part in tho conversation, then
turned to Col. Duncan and said :
"Col. Duncan, I am the party who is re
sponsible for General Custar's" statement,
and you must take that back."
Col. Duncan replied : "I will not take it
back," und both rising, Dr. Kellar struck
Col. Duncan in tho.face. Duncan reeled
as if falling, but caught by a chair, with
which, as he rose he attempted to st'ike
the Doctor. Several inetl'ectua! blows
passed, when tho parties were separated.
Foreign Advertisements.
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PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
KOHEIIT WOOtl. TB09. H ItOOT,
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1,130 ltldo Afcauc, Phlladrlp'da, Pa.
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Knr Dccorallns Fountilns,
VEIUNtUIIS.BUMMEIl HOUSE?,
UtHOIW, UIIAIIIS, BETTEKH, Ac, Ao.
NEW STYLE WIIOUOIIT-IUON ItAILINO for
Front of llouce and Cmeterle. Never before
Introduced.
CAST AND WIIOUOIIT-IUON KA1MN09 for
Public lluildlng and Squares, Cemetery Lots,
and Gaideu Fences, Balconies, Hoof Cresting,
cte., in great rnrlety of I'atterna,
IKON HTAIIU. Spiral anil straight, ol Tarlnui
i Atlnrns ami stjlei, Bneclal attention given this
c1a of work,
LAMIM'OsYB, for Fronts of I'ubllo llnlldlngs,
itoteln, and City Streets, ol Plain and Elaborate
lleslgna,
8 1'AUIK FITTINW. of Cast and Wrought-Iron,
ol New Improtf'l Styles, such as Hay ltack,
Stall Divisions, Mangers, Harness llrackcts, (Jul
ters. Traps, Ventilators. Stc,
WlltE WOHK of every description. Wire
fluards of Crimped Wlre.natvanlu-d r Painted,
in I'laln or Ornatnetual Pattern", far Store lloors
or Win'Jnws, factory and Warehouse Windows,
Knillngs for Olnues, Hanks, Cuiintxr Railings,
llalcohlsa, I,an mil Firm Fences, Ae., Ac
OATES for entrance to Cemeteries. Publ's
H'liitres) and Uentlemen'a Country Seats, of Ons
Tubing or Wrought.lron, tsoth single and double.
In elnhorati and slrnplo designs,
DKINKINO FOUNTAINH, lor street uses. A
very larso assortment of designs expressly for
this purpose.
CAST-IRON URINAL II0XE9, for public parks
ml cllv streets.
OVAI. VAHE, latest (tries, centennial patttrn,
IIITCIIINll POSTS, Jockey, Coolie, Sambo and
rlaln rtesiin 4 ftpni.r,m.
ijiii jj i.a.iL j. jj.ffj
Vinegar Hitlers aro not a vile Fancy Drink,
male oi Poor Hum. Whisky, Proof Spirits and
ltcfuso Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened
to please the taste, called "Tonics," "Appetizers,"
" Restorers," Ac, that lead tbc tippler on to drnnk
enneas and rain, but aro a true Medicine, mails
from the name roots and herbs of California, free
from all Alcoholic Stimulants. Tttcy arc tbc Great
lilood Purifier and a Mfc-glvlnsr Principle, a Perfect
Renovator and Invlgorator of the hjatetn, carrying
on all folsonous mailer and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition, enriching It, refreshing and
Invigorating both mind ami body. They are easy
of administration, tiromnl In their action, certain
In their results, tare and reliable tu all forms of
uiseasc.
"So I'ersnn can lake these Dltlrra accord
Ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones aro not destroyed by mineral poison
or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond
the point of repair.
I suriislii or ludlirestliiii. Headache. Pain
In the nbunlden1. Coughs, Tightness of the Chest,
Dizzincs'. Sour Hructatlons of Ihe Stomach. Had
Taste In the Mouth, Illllous Attacks, Palpitation of
ine ntan, innamniation oi ine i.ungs, rain in the
rrclon of the humeri, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, are thcoSsprtngs of Dysjiepsla. In these
rouipiaima n nas no equal, ami one uouie win
prove a better guarantee of Its merits than a
lentrtliy advertisement.
Fur t-'e mule Comnlnlnta. In Tonne cr old.
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or
the turn of life, these Tonic Illttcn dlstilar so de
cided an influence that a marked Improvement Is
fcoon perceptible.
For Inilniiiiiifttory nml Chronic Itheu
niailsiii and llout, DyspepU or Indigestion, Bil
ious Remittent and Intermittent Feters, Diseases
of the Wood, IJver, Kidneys and Illaddcr, these
Hitters tiavc been most successful. Such Diseases
nrc raused br Vitiated BIool. which Is generally
produced by derangement or the Digestive Orgaus.
TliryareaUcntlr Purgative n well as
a Tonic, pos-esslng also the peculiar merit of act
ing as a powerful agent la relieving Congestion or
Inflammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs and
In luilom Diseases.
For Skin Disease, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, lllotchcs. Spots, Pimples, pustules, Rolls,
Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Ilcad, Sore Ejcs,
r.ryslpelas. Itch, Scurb, Discolo rations ot the Skin,
Ifumors and Diseases of the Skin, ot whatever
namo or nature, are literally dug up and carried
out of the system la a short time by the uso or these
Hitters. One bottle In such cases wilt convince tbs
most Incredulous of their curative effects.
t'lennse the Vitiated Ulood whenever you
find Its Impurities bursting through the skin in
Pimples. Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse It when you
find It obstructed and sluggish In the veins; cleanse
It when It Is foul ; your feelings will tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and tbc health or the sjstem
will follovr.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vinegar Bit
teos the most wonderful Invlgoraut that ever sus
tained the sinking system.
I'lii, Tone, and other Worms, larking lu
the system or so many thousands, arc effectually
destroyed and removed. Says a distinguished
physiologist : There ts scarcely an Individual on the
face of the earth whose body Is exempt from tho
presence of worms. It is net upon tho healthy
elements or the body that worms exist, but upon
the diseased humors and slimy depolts that breed
ihcso living monsters ol disease. No system of
medicine, no vermifuges, no antheltnlnltlcs, will
rren the system from worms like these Hitters.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged in
Paints nnd Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type
setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance
lu lire, are subject to paralysis or tho Bowels. To
guard against this, take a dose of Walkek's Vik
coak Hitters twice a week.
Illllous, Ileuilttvut, and Intermittent
Fevers, which aro so prevalent In the valleys of
our great rivers throughout tho United States,
especially those ot tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red,
Colorado, llrazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James, and many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during tbo Summer and Autumn,
and remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat
and dryness, are Invariably accompanied by exten
sive derangements of the Momach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful Influence upon these
various organs. Is essentially necessary. There is
no cathartic for tho purposo equal to Hit. J. Walk
Eii'i Vineoak HrrTEits, as they will sptedlly
remove tho dark-colored viscid matter with which
tho bowels aro loaded, at the same time stimulating
the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring
the healthy functions or trio digestive organs.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White Swellings,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous
Innamtnatious, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Affections, Old Sores, Hruptlotis of tho Skin, Soro
Eyes, etc., etc. lu tlieso as In all other constitu
tional Diseases, Walkcii's Vineoau Hittehs havo
shown their great curatlvo powers in tho most
obstluato and Intractable cases.
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Hit
ters act on all these cases in a similar manner.
Hy purtrying tbo Hlood they remove tho cause, and
by resolving nway the effects of tbo inflammation
(tho tubercular deposits) tho nffected paits receive
health, and a permanent euro Is effected.
The properties of Hit. WALKMl'd VlNEUAIt
BiTTEits aro Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedatle. Counter
Irritant, Sudorific, Alterative, and Antl-Hlllous.
The Aperient and mild Laxatlva properties
or Hit. Wai.kku's Vineoak Hitters aru the best
safe-guard In cases of eruptions and malignant
fevers. Their balsamic, healing, and soothing pro
perties protect tho humors or tho fauces. Their
Sedative properties allay patu In tbo nervous sys
tem, stomach, nnd bowels, from inflammation,
wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Their Counter-irritant Influence ex
tends throughout tho syBtcm. Their Antl-Hlllsus
properties stlmnlato tho liver, In tho secretion of
bile, and its discharges through the biliary ducts,
and aro superior to all remedial agents, for tho euro
of Hlllutis l'evcr, 1'evcr and Ague, etc.
Fortify the body against disease by
purifying all Its fluids with ViNEOAn Hitters, 'o
epidemic can tako hold of a system thus foro-arraed.
Directions. Take, of tbo Bitters on going to
bed at night from a half to one and oue-hulf wine
glassful. Eat good nourishing rood, such as beer
steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beer, ami vege
tables, and take nut-door exercise. They aro
composed or purely vegetable Ingredients, and
contain no spirit.
n. ii. Mcdonald a co
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal., A
cor. or Washington aud Charlton Sta., S.x.
SOLI) HY ALL DHUOUISTS A DEALERS,
w !' I III.
ARK YOU GOING WEST?
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over tie old reliable and popular Missoeai Pa
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limning threo daily express trains frnniHt, l.oui
to Kansas Oily aud the west I aud is posltlvel
ilinonly inn which runs Pullman palaeo sleeper v
,a.d line day coaches, especially for movers.
cuUll ped with Miller's taloty platform, and tti
intent steam brake, From St, I.oiuh to Jumna
Ft. Scolt, Lawroncp, Leavenworth, Atebl
,u,r, St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Hlult
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Our Homo Advcrtisors.
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Our new
ItKTAIIj AND JM1ESCKIPTION
JD'HjTTO- store.
IN
BTJDEB'S BLOCK
Cor. WimblnKton At, anil KlKhtb Ht.,
Is now
PULLY OPBITED
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A C 0 M P L E T E STOCK
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FAMILY MEDICINES,
FANCY AND TOILET AUTIULES,
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Our l'ttre .Sl'AItKLINO SODA WATHK
AND
(JEN'UIXE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not he excelled. Wn also draw the
GENUINE SARATOGA
and
BLUE LICK WATERS.
Alo, a choice lot of Clears, ol extra qual
ity, sold at reasonuhle prices. Our
PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Will receive especial attention und care.
beliiR at all hours In charge of competent
aud careful parties. Prescriptions carefully
coiupoitndeu at all hours day or night.
NONE HUT THE J'UHKST Al) 1IEST
MEDICINES DISPENSED.
NTUVrjs. TINWAKK, KIC
A. HAL LEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Toils
Warn, Coal Hods, FirtHhoyela, Air GaMs.
UVUTACTUaM Of
TIN ZINO, COPPER AND SHEE1
IRON WARK.
No. 166 Washington-avonue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WRooflng. OutlerinK, and all kinds ofo
work done at shortest notion. lebldlf
GAN MTTKHN.
II. T. GEROULDj ,
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Pima in
UAH MXTUREM,
Gas Fitter'! and Plumber's material, Wood
pumps, KioDe anu angle taits, siop
CUUHS,0tK TniVOSfVW.
also aot ro
Tutu Ilrotbars Patent Dry Uh Meter
And Morehouse, Wells A Co'i Automatio Watet
ludlcator and Supply Valre fur steam boiler.
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WAQtli MANUFACTORY.
For Salo at Wholesale c Retail
CORNER 32D-BTREET AND OHIO LEVEk
Cairo, Illinois.
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P. OAKIILE
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAKOKST VARIKTY STOCK IN TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Coraor of Mtaotrcntta street nail Com
luerclnl Avenue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CO. PATIEK.
PARKER & BLAKE,
DEAL! as IN
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, Benalne, UMolInc,
wiitdow aiiAaa.
WINDOW SHADES,
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
BROS8' BUILDING CCF ilTU-8T. A COM
KEKCIAL AV,,
CAIBO, .... ILINOIS.
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CHEAP GROCERIES.
THE asnETW SYSTEM.
OROCKRIKS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
l'Hicxs ron CAsn.
AT H. C. THIELEOKE'S STORE.
WABIIINOTON AVENUE, HETWEKN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
fiOtbi. dry Cuba Sugar for -55 00
91 i ii ii ii ... l 00
Oi lbs. A coffeo Sur, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " Prime Rio Coffeo for - 1 00
3J " Choico " " - 1 00
3 " Old Oovornment Java - - 1 00
Toas and othor staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods now, and full wolght givon. Call
and try.
PHIL SATJP,
(Successor to P. Saup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
ciiisa in
CONFECTIONS.
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
FLAGS, ETC.
103 Commercial Arenue,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
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SCRUJNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
lit tl.t t.. 1.... I 1 1...- at... .1... . a a . . .
jut iiiM iiuuii inttiiiK ii iiiuM niiiMii unit iinuuiK uu ur iiuurii rriiuiaiinu in uppti iiiftl
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KQI'Ali TO THAT OF THE REST II lK ORGANS OF
THE SA.ME CAPACITY.
eelehtati'd "Vox ft lete.M "LouU Patent." "Wilcox Palenl," "Vox llutiinn
vc Coupler," the ehartiiliuj "Cello" or "Clarionet" Stop, and
ALL TILE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Con he obtained only In then Orjraii".
Thlrty-tlvf! Different Styles, for tho Parlor nnd Urn Church, the Hest SUtcrinl and
worxmnnsnip. inutility nnu oitttno ot Tone L ueriualled.
PRICES, S50 TO S500.
Kaetory uud Warerootns, Corner Sixth and Coiurrox- Mreets, Detroit. .Mlehliran.
Kstat.llshej In two,) AOK.STs HA.MKIi IN KVUKY COUNTY
Address SIMMON'S A PLOUGH ORGAN CO.. Dotrolt, Mich.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET.
BETWEEN WASU'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. 11. K. Fields Informs tne public that he has
opened a
L I V E it r .V T A n I, E,
on the northwest side of Tenth street as named
atiOTP.
Ills stables will be famished with none but the
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
HO AT NTOBEM.
SAM WILSON,
until in
I BOAT 3TOBEa"J"
and the pulille may o arcommoilatrd at all hours
01 wis nav ana nigm w
1 r. 11 .11 s.
of tli- day and niiiht with sale torn, on the I.UW-
Dr. Fields asks a shan ol public patronage,
nr. rieius asKs a snan 01 public natronaRe,
and will endeavor to merit It by fair de.ilin( ami
strict Misnttnn to Ist.ine...
SUTTER & BIERWIRTII,
GLASS STAINERS,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Embosstvl and ground Ulan
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION l'AII) TOCHUBCII
W011K. V ( tilfts fli in ull tuts of I l.o rtbn
rrplv stlenlril n Ul iU 3m
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
F. 1)1 IIEXFOltll, .... Proprietor
Con. Ohio Lkveb & Second St.
CA1KO, ILLINOIS.
JlSTttvLggaga conveyed to nnd from Do
pot tree. dee-l) If.
W1IOI.ENA1.K I'llOCKKS.
7iVTiViiuLEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
MERCHANT;
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits A; Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
Cairo, Ills.
UWYEHS.
GREEN & GILiiEUT,
ATTORNEYS
AM)
COUNSELOKS AT LAW,
William H. Green,
William II Gilbert, V CAIItO, ILM.N'Old.
Miles F.UIlbert, J
-tiptcia. attention Riven to Admiralty and
teamboat busiuess.
orriCE 01110 levee, kooiib 7 and S ovxn
CITY national hank.
MRS. M. SWANDKR,
IN TIIK
ATHENEUM BUILDING
has opened out an eztenslvo stock of
MILLINERY GOODS
All ol which are entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
TUE STOCK COMPHI3E3
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
FLOWERS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACKS, VKINQES, KID OLOVE8, II0SIEHY
and all articles usually kept In r. Hrst-clais mil
linery store.
Mrs. Kwamler invites the ptibliu turalland in
nest her stock, whleh she will take plomure.ln-
iiowinn in 0111 as wan as now ousiotrors.
11KAI. EMTATU AUE.XH,
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AND
, AUCTIONEERS,
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OUIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS,,
Bur and Sxll Rkal Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FUKNISU ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
And psepare Conveyances of Kindi!
O RO 0 ERIX8.
1 HOVISIONS ETC.
No. 110
Onia Lxvxx Caibo, III.
nansas sshmstls rn.Lvn
S. WALTERS,
in tin is
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o every description,
lath, shingles, cedar posts
doors, sash, blinds
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commercial -av, bet. 10th and llth-sta.,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
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CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. HEHI.T CO.,
raorntETons,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington uvenuo,
Cairo, llllinos.
All kinds of Dlmllnennd Hiilms: done at the
very lowest prices. Having rnuaed the servi
ces of Sir. Hiiels, who tins had many yean
experienco innneofliesl Uiudories of Ht, Louis,
to superintend tnls establishinpnt, we can con.
tldently promise our patrons work equal to thas
of anv Hlmlerv In the west
WIN KM AMU LHAOUHIs.
j.'o7smTth7
WltOLCSllE AMI n I Till DUliIS in
WINES AND LIQUORS-1
And proprietor of 110"' and spuudld
BIHjIj3LA.K,3D HALL
No. 73 Ohio Lkvkb,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Keeps eotistuntly on hand tho choicest of
Wines nnd I.i(iiors, whli Ii 1m will sell at the
very lowest llgure. Cull uud oxuniiuu.
7-tlilly
F. M. STOCKFLETII,
svecusoa to rauLi sTncarLsiH
Iteellfyer stnd Wholemnle UUer la
ror'ln aatl Itutucsillti
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 62 Ohio Lkvkk,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
HE keeps on hand conslaully a full stork o
Old Kentucky UourUou, live aud Mononiga
nel Whiskies, French llnnUles, llollauJ Oin
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OB 10 LEVEE
cAiae. ii.iihis
Also, keep constantly 00 haad MOet tMM
plet stock of
XjXQTTOXsMEU
COTCK AMD IRIIK WBUBIM'
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l'ort, Maderlm, Sbtrry utd CUwhVia
p UMYTB 00. MTTexeluslver lor cm,
IV. which faot they laviu lb spwW Mum
ttou f oIom br(alu buysrs.
p$etl ntttHtio fit lafiUtl OritP

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