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' CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Id, 1872.
ik A regular communication of
sVDlU Lodge No. M8 P. and A.
7VM.lwlll held In Masonic Hall
this, (Thursday svenlnjt), 19th Sept., A. D.
1872. VUltlng brethren cordially Invited.
Jams A. I'm I. Lis, Secretary.
THK JAPS ARK COMING.
Tbc only legitimate company of artist
ever permitted to leave Japan. Direct from
Uie Theatre of the Grand Tycoou. TbU
company will (rive two of their novel, won
derful and thrilling- entertainment at the
the Athencum on Monday and Tuesday
eveninm, Kent. 23d ami 24th. Admission,
dress circle, 60 cents. Reserved scats, 75
ceuts, can lie scured at HarUuan's.
OHATTLE MORTGAGE SALE
Whkreas, Chase P. l'aroiu. Joseph 5.
Davis and Hubertu KiU partner, Uoliu;
business under the urrn name or "Cairo
ofilaylSTl, execute and deliver to Joseph
McKenile two promissory notes of that date,
one for the rum of 1,03.1 XI parable on the
1st dav ol September, ls.r. wim mien-si ai
10 per cent, rroiu August 2nd, 1871 ; anil the
other for $1,100 00 payable on September 1st
187S, with Interna at 10 per cent, rrotn
August 2nd 1871 ; and whereat III order to
secure the payment thereof, the said Par
sons, Davis & Fish did, on the 1Kb day of
Fahlloatloa , altotlss IMlac
11 OUT T0-HQBT.
Tho campaign of tlio Cairo Llboral
will bo Inaugurated to-nlghl by tho organ
izalion of Groaloy mnd lirown club, at
tho Liberal meeting stand, on Eleventh
street, near Thk Bulletin office.
It It deilrod that the movement may rc
ceivo ft proper impetus at the commence
ment, and the friends of Mr. Qreeley are
therefore Invited to be out en mane,
Come everybody old and young, ladle
and gentlemen, white, black, copper-col
o rod all (bade, and all nationality.
We urge all friend of the Liberal cause,
and all Radical and Bourboni, grouping
in doubt, to turn out to tho Liberal meet
Ing to-night tho Liberal to organize a
club and the Kadicalt and Bourbon to an
deavor to draw patrietlc impulse from
Liberal enthusiasm I
Amrust lSil, execute, ackiiowieuge anu ue
liver to the said Joseph McKenzic thcirrhat-
tie mortgage upon the following described
roods and chatties, and personal property
to wit : The lease hold estate
and interest or said Parsons, Davis
and Kisb in and to the follow
ing described piece or parcel of ground to
wit : "A certain parcel of ground commenc
ing ten (10) feet westerly of the easterly line
of Levee street, if extended, and thirteen
hundred and thirty (1,330) leet north of tho
south line ofTbirty-lonrth street in the first
addition to the citv of Criroj in the county
of Alexander, ill the state of Illinois, thence
north parallel with said Lcvce street If ex
tended, two hundred (iw) feet, thence east
at right angles to said Levee street if ex
tended seventy (70) feet, thence south paral
lel with Levee street if extended two hun
dred (200) feet and thence west seventy (70)
feet to the place of beginning, beiug thu
same piece of ground upon which
the Cairo elevator building stands,
and situated in the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of Illi
nois, lately oecupled by said Parsons, Davis,
and Fish for their stave aud barrel works.
A No the building standing upon said piece
or parcel of ground formerly known as the
Cairo Elevator, but lately used for a stave
and barrel factory. Also the , boiler and en
gine in said building, also all shafting, belt
ing, pulleys, etc., together with all and
singular the aupurtcnanees thereunto belong
ing or anywise appertaining; which said
mortgage is duly recorded in the Re
corder's office of the county of Alex
ader and state or Illinois in book
"A" of Chattle Mortgages, page 448 Ac.
And whereas it is provided in said mortgage
that in case default be made in the payment o(
the first of said notes or any part thereof the
whole amount of said notes secured by said
mortgage should become due ; and, whereas
default has been made in the payment of the
whole of said first note, and thereby by the
terms of said mortgage has become and now
is due ; and whereas said Joseph McKcnzle
did on 22nd day of July 1872, assign both of
aaid notes to John (J. ilarman, Sow thtre
ori, public notice is hereby given that by
reason of the premises las such assignee have
taken possession of the said mortgaged prop
erty aud will proceed to sell the same, ut
public auctiou for cuh to the highest bidder
io-wh : me aiorctaiu goous aim cuaiieis,
and personal property, ut tho building of the
"Cairo Slave and Barrel works." in the city
of Cairo, Illinois, on the 30th day of Septem
ber A. D., 1772, commencing at 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day, to satisfy the conditions ot
nam mortgage. juua i. iiaiuia.,
Assignee of Joseph McKenzie
Cairo, September lttai, 1872.
mm io lw
Old and young Liberal of Cairo Dem
ocrats, Liberal and constitutional men of
11 shades of political beliof, except the
Radical shade, you liavo hesitated long
enough. Stand back no longer. Turn
out to-night. Come to tho Liberal moot
ing on Eleventh ttrect, near Thk Bulle
tin otlice, and organize a Greeloy and
Brown club. Let u start tho bull rolling
with a vim.
Walnut ttroeti yesterday, to the delight
of ft large number of ft small boys whom
the noite had attracted. They wont for
each olhor In a really pugl'ittlo style,
but tho results were no more torlou
than ft fow scratches and tho loss
of it lingo waterfall.
Tun 'Sun' advises tho Liberal Repub
lican of tho city to not join tho Grooloy
and Drown club to-night becauso by do
ing to they will bo compollod to voto for
Wall. All tho Liberal Republican of
thlt city, with ft very few exceptions, will
voto for Wall a against Clements, and
tho 'Sun's' warning is thrown away. The
articlo It to foolish wc aro inclined to be
lieve it was suggested by Jack Winter.
On July 30th l'atrlck Fitr.gorald by
falling on his doorstep broke two of hi
rib. Having a few day beforo pur
chased an accident ticket for tlvo day at
tho railroad tlckot office ho ha jul re
ceived forty-llvo dollars as Indemnity
for three weeks, disability. Gonoral
accident tickots insuring against death to
tbe amount of $3000 or 15 dollars per
week Indomnity in case of disability from
any kind of accident aro for sale at tho
Illinois Central Railroad ticket, otlleo at
twenty-five cent for twenty-four hours.
G. &. B. meeting to-night.
Thk Japaneto aro coming.
Rihkmuir tho moeting to-night.
Skcukk $10 sick compensation In tho
Bitmark Bund. tf.
Insure your Life and Iicalth
A fow cent a week will aecuro n policy
in tho llltmark Bund. tf.
Ske tho advertisement of W. II. Ross.
If you want to borrow money hero Is your
Tue Paducah packet now carries the
Caledonia, Metropolis, and Paducah
It it tald that Bird, tho colored orator,
HI bo ft candidate for City Treasurer.
If to, look out for fun.
We have a now carrier boy in tho
lower routo, " and be is not yet familiar
ith it. Fatront will pleato inform ut of
Tue meeting will be held at tbe Liber
al meeting place, on Eleventh, between
Washington avenue and Wftllnut ttreet
Obxbly's" City Directory it In piei.
Itt typography it simply matchless.
Business men can still socure tho inser
tion of advertisements. Cairo Gazelle.
WILL BE AT
Thursday, Sept. 19, ttie fourth
day of the Perry county fair
STUART & GHOLSON.
The ball of the Turners on Monday
night last was In every particular a suc
cessa tuccest pecuniarily and socially.
The commltteo of arrangements did their
duty very faithfully, and every thing
moved along with smoothness and to the
satisfaction of every body. Professor
Kruger't address, notwithstanding tbe
animad, vortiont of our correspondent,
was, we aro informed, by thoso wbo un
derstood it, a lino composition, us elegant
as it was erudite. It was a little too
lengthy to bo" endured by people wbo
wished to dance, but it was nevertheless a
gem of its kind.
A new Liberal organization, to bo
known at tho Knights of Chappaqua of
Cairo, Illinois, will bo organized in this
city this week. Its moeting will be pub
lic, and its object tho promotion of social
intercourse and unity of political action
among tho young Liberals of Cairo.
Membership will bo restricted between tho
ages of 18 and 25 yean. The Knightt
wilt have a uniform peculiar to thorn-
solves helmet, shield and spear torch,
and will, wo doubt not, prove to bo tho
chovaliers of tbe Liberal cuuso in
Southern Illinois. Come, Sir Knight
that aro to bo, fall int Thoro Is no tlmo
to lose. Tho foe it before you. Up, and
charge I Any ono dosiring to sign their
names can do so by calling at this office.
By previous appointment Hon. Wm.
II. Green will speak at Villa Ridge this
evening, and hence cannot address tho
Liberal meeting in this city to-night, a ad
Mh. B. S. llarrcll and family, liavo loft
Cairo for ttiolr now homo at Cleves, Ohio,
A large number of friends were at tho do-
pot to bid them good byo. But they will
come back again suro.
Why Mr. Elliott withdrew from the
raco for tho City Treaiuryshlp wo do not
know. lie would have mudo a popular
run, and was at likely to succeod as either
of the other candidates.
We would respectfully cal
the attention of the citizens o
Cairo to the fact that our stoc
of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods
and Notions for the Fall trade
is now daily arriving. We
are making dress goods a
speciality and can ofter as nice
a selection in this line as any
house in the city. We make
our business a study. We
BUY OUR GOODS CHEAP,
our long experience in
Dry Goods business, enables
us to buy judiciously and
just the Goods you want. We
would have the confidence of
our customers, and to promote
thin good feeling, will be our
aim, honesty, fair dealing
good goods at low prices
Warranting everything to bo
just as wo represent it to be,
is our method of doing busi
ness. We will receive this week a
handsome line of Ottomon
Shawls and Scarfs, to which
we call attention. An exam
iaaiion of our stock and prices
Dr. Dunning was tho only person In
town who was honored with n written in
vltation to tho moonlight excursion on tho
Eckert last night, which seems it little
singular. Don't ask htm about it.
We hear of a number of Cairoites who
proposo to attend the meoting at Goose
Island to-morrow and listen to a joint dls
cusslon between Allen and Liuegar aud
Webb and Popo. It will bo u big atlai
W. B. Rockwkkxl & Co. agents for tbe
salo of Concort Tickets for the Public Li
brury of Kentucky, will discontinue tb
sales this week. Tho drawing Will post
tively tako place on tho i.'jth Inst., and all
returns must bo made in tlmo. tf.
Cunninquam, Slack and Wiloy, In this
order, announced themselves as candidate
for City Troasuror. How will they como
out? Shake up tho bag, and may the
best man tumble out- first. That's our
The 'Sun has become sensitive on the
German question, and declares that the As
sertion of a correspondent of Thk Bulle
tin in reference to the length of tho late
speech of Prof. Kruger it an outrage
which should not bo tubmitted to.
1 Tue Bulletin ought not, " says tho
Sun, ' to suffer his correspondents to
thus slur and abuse our own German peo
ple" Gentlo 'Sun,' bo patient. Tho
correspondent it a Grant man, ono of the
most enthusiastic in tho city, And ho cer
tainly meant no disrespect to tho
Turners. Ho can tpeak the laneuaee
himself, it on tho most friendly terms with
the Tumors and intended his squib as ono
of his most happy humorous efforts. If
ho has blundered, it it his misfortune not
his fault. His shaft was aimod at Prof
Kruger, and struck other sonsativo gen-
tlomen like tho ' Sun ' man.
A Liberal Democratic convention should
be called for tho nomination of county
officers. That is our opinion. This thing
of fighting a sort of guerrilla warfaro
don't suit us at all. Such a canvass weak
ens tho cause. Thoro is Herman and
Yocum, both Liberals, our personal
friends, and wo aro expected to bo for ono
or tho other j but why ? Of courso wo are
better acquainted with Herman, and bo-
novo ho would, having bad experience:
make the better officer, but if ho wero nom
inated by the friends of the Liberal cause
we could support him with
great zeal; or, if on tho other
hand, Yocum, who is a gentle
man of irreproachable character, should
receive tho nomination wo could givo
him also a hearty support. There also is
Wobb und Popo. Wo are askod to choose
between thorn, and we bavo made our
choice j but If Mr. Wobb were made tho
Liberal nomlneo wo could work for him to
much bettor advantage. And thuro also
is Irvlu and Saup, our porsonal friends
both of them. Of course wo aro a sup
porter of Mr. Irvin. Ho has made n
mostexcellont officor, and is of our way of
thinking ; but if bo wore nominated as tho
ropresentatlvo of tho Liberals of Alexan
der county, wo could soo our way to a
more active- advocacy of bis claims.
Why, then, shall wo not have a conven
tion and mako regular nominations 7
Jumis Trumbull and Hon. J. O. Robin
son will address the people of Southern
Illinois at Carbondale, on Wednesday
noxt. The meeting will be a rouser.
Can't we organize a party of Cairo peoplo
to attend it ?
Tue grand military display of tbe
Grant nei'roes. to take place between
Cairo and Mound City next week, is now
tbe excitement in colored circles. Gen.
Scott, tho darkle, and Col. Llnegar, the
white man, will lead the mooting.
Thk steps at tho crossing of Sovonth and
Walnut streets are so steep a person can
scarcoly retain a footing upon them, and
when thoy become slippery from wet and
mud tho crossing will have to be avoldod
altogether unless thoy aro ultorod. One
lady has already received serious injuries
in both feot by a fall from this crossing.
From certain movements on Ifoot in
The Bulletin Building wu suspect there
will be another illumination to-night, And
blue and rod lights and rocket and Ro
man candles and to forth, all becauso the
Liberals propose to wake up end go to
work. If there is no vim In the canvatt
In thlt nock of woodt it will not bo The
Two colored ladles iudulgod in a
lively mill at tbe junction ot 14th and
On Monday night last flvo youngstors
in the Fourth ward insulted a girl In tho
Third ward, which rctultod In getting
their facet full of sand. One of tho boys
got hit eyes very nearly put out.
9. M. H.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CAIRO CITY
I am prepared to negotiate tho abovo
amount on Cairo city property in tumt of
from $500 to $50,000, on flvo yean time,
interest 10 per cent, and commissions
reasonable. Also $500,000 to loan for
terms of Ave yoars on improved farms In
Southern Illinois and Missouri. For
further particulars address me at Carbon
dale llllnol. William II. Rotw,
diw tf. Loan Broker.
PHIL. HOW AUD,
CM NftUtmm Baak BHllalMs;.
aoJJpecial attention paid to orders trom staara
boats nUht or dav
Pure Wines and Liquors not a hoad
ache or a light in a thousand gallons of
It at tbe Thalia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street and Washington avenue.
Steamer City of Choster, St. Louis.
" ' Jonnlo Howell, St. Units.
" Colorado, Vicksbiirg.
" James Howard, Mound City.
" Crescent City, N. Orleans.
" Kddyvlllc, Kvansvllle.
" Tom Jasper, N. Otleans.
" Continental, N. Orleans.
" Idlewild, Columbus.
dim Fisk Jr., Paducah.
" Hollo Memphis, Memphis.
Steamer City of Chester, Memphis.
" JennioHowoll, N. Orleans.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
' James Howard, St. Louis.
" Crescent City, St. Louis.
11 Tom Jasper, St. Louis.
" Continental, St. Louis.
11 Idlewild, Columbus.
11 Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah.
" Bcllo Memphis, St. Louis.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats suppliod at any tune, !oth
day and night, with olther lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, And on usual
lorms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Hit
Spocial contract! offered on favorablo
termt upon application.
H. V. Olyimiant,
D. A. Bokek, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
BOATS LKAV1NO TO-DAY.
Tho lino passenger packet Grand Tower
Is Ilia regular unolior lino bout for Mem
phis and way points, this evening at C
o'clock. Tho elegant City of Ilelonn Is
tho boat departing for St. Louis mid way
points, tliis evening at C o'clock. Tho
John Lumsden Is the regular Evansvillo
bout, leaving for tho above, nnd nil points
on tho Ohio river this day at G p.m. Tho
fuvorlto packet Jim Fisk, Jr., is thu regu
lar packet for Paducah mid way points,
leaving daily at 4 p.m. Tho City of
Alton it duo to-day, bound for New
condition of the uivkiib.
River falling steadily threo Inches por
day. At Pittsburg no change of any Im
portance wa caused by tho recent liltlo
swoll nnd tho river is declining again
Tho Ohio lias boon improved somewhat
between Cincinnati and Louisville At
French Island there is thirty inches re
ported. Tho Ohio river is truly in a bad
condition und tho packets aro detained
and have hard timet getting out. Noth
ing but tho lightest boats can run. Cum
berland is still steadily declining, with 10
inches on Harpeth shoals. Whtto and
Arkansas aro very low, and fulling. The
Mississippi falling with BJ feet at Power's
Island. Boats cannot bring out half a
load. Eight feet reported below horo.
BUSINESS and weather.
Business, on nnd about tho steamboat
landings, had a deserted look. Tonnage
is in excess, and freights are coining in
very slowly. Tho sky was clear, witli a
cool and pleasant atmosphere.
The Jennio Howell came out with a fair
load, and added but littlo bore. Sho had
no. trouble getting out.
Tho Eddyvillo from Evansvillo, brought
in all tbe could carry on tho wator, which
was not a groat deal.
Tho Tom Jasper baa a load of railaoad
iron for St. Louis. Sho discharged 1,900
bars at ueinna.
Tho Colorado was detained somo time
below hero patching boilert.
Alex Johnson, a deck hand on tho Gon
oral Buoll was killed ut Vovuy, Ind., by a
heavy pieco or timber tailing on him.
Tho Henry Ames laid hero waiting for
freight, und did not leave until lust even
ing. Captain Frank Bodard left with his
steumer Hero for Cumberland Island and
will begin at once building tbo dam.
Nellis & Co., of tho Cairo Dry Docks uro
building a tug for Packer nt Arkiinsns
City. It will bo about tho sizo of tho tug
Cache. Tbo work on it is progressing
finely. Tho Hollo Mompls arrived several
hours behind tlmo, but sho bad u fair
passenger trip. Tho Continental had it
slim trip and discharged but little hero.
ABOUT CABINET ORGANS.
It may not be generally understood,
oven by thoso tolorably well verted in
musical arts, that tho vast difference in
quality of tono developed in tho different
makes of Cabinet Organs, is owing in u
groat measure, to the different modes of
bending tho tongno of the reed, a slight
variation in the stylo of bond making quite
a perceptible difference in tbo quality of
tono produced, as woll as in tho speaking
capacity of tho rocd.
So difficult and peculiar In this depart
ment of work us to render it necessary for
n person to liavo h natural gift or tact in
handling tho delicate tools used, and even
then It somotimcs requires years of prac
tice to onablo one to become prollciout in
There are only two or threo of the lead
ing makers In this country who understand
tho application of what Is called tho new
and improved bend in tbo reed, and
among tbom tho houso of Simmons &
Clough Organ Co, of Detroit, Mich., liavo
mauu moir instruments deservedly popu
lar, and aro taking the lead In way of tho
more desirable improvements, having se
cured tbe Tamable "Soribner Patent,"
an application of tubes to roods, which
materially inereaso tho volume of tono,
and At the tamo tlmo destroy tho wlroy,
motallc sound of tho reed. This firm also
make use of tho celebrated " Vox Hu
mana," or Fan tremolo," and also tho
famous " Vox Colesto " atop, tho uso of
whlch'has croatod such an outcry among
older manufacturers, wbo find it impossi
ble, with tboir stylo of bond nnd voicing
to moke a good job of it.
It is comparatively but a briof period
slnco this firm began to mako Instruments
upon a largo scale, and offer thorn to tho
Subllo at largo through doalort, tho home
omand having taken their entiro produc
tion heretofore, but wo uro informed that
the experience of this houso dates back to
the year 1800, and It is thoso yoars of care
ful study and experiment which combino
to maku.their Organs,in many respocts,su
perior to those of other makers.
Tho musical editor ot tho Suporior
(Wis.) Times' makes mention of them us
follows: "We aro impressed with all we
road and know of the 'Simmons & Clough
Organ.' Contrary to tho proctico of
many other establishments, this firm have
first mado a reputation for tholr noble In
struments, and then ndvortlsed thorn. It
is a mystery to us outsiders what they aro
advertising for, ns tho demand for these
Organs now exceeds tho supply. Tho
groat demand for thorn, in fact, has com
pelled tho company to put up a now man
ufactory at a cost ot nearly $100,000.
Thoro aro only throo instruments of tho
cabinet organ class in Araorlca that we
should fool satisfied in purchasing, nnd
of the throo we far prefer the Instrument
mado by Simmons & Olough. It can
render all styles of music, from tho
thunders of church organ diapason to tho
strains of a lino military banu, or the ex
quisite tremor of fairy bells," 0-18-tf.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Uiu., O
TUB ONLY REMAntiR GIFT DISTRIBU
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Xi. 3D. SUvTE'S
To be drawn Monday, October 7th, 1872.
One Grand Capital or
$10,000 IN GOLD.
One Prize $5,000 in Silver I
FlveFrlzos 91,000 tj
Flvo Prizes COO Z
Ton Prizes 100
Two Family Carriages aud Matcclid Horse
wlih Silver-Mounted Harney, worth l,.Vx)
Two Horses and Bungles with .silver-Mount-
etl Harness, worth VW cadi I
Two Fine-toned ltosewood Pianos, worth
Six Family Sewing Machine, - - worth
$100 each I
K00 Gold nnd Silver Lover Hunting
Watches, worth from 20 to );W0 each.
Ladles' Gold Lcontliie Chains, dent's (lold
Vet Chains, .Solid an. Doubled-lMuteU
Silvcj Table nnd Teaspoons, Photograph
Albums, dcwerly. Ae.,.Ve., Ac.
Whole number (lifts, lO.Ooo. Tickets Limi
ted to f0,000:
AGENTS WANTKD TO SIX!) TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premiums be paid.
Slnirle Tickets (i; Six Tickets $10; Twehe
Ticket 20; Twenty-live Tickets 10.
Circulars containlDK a foil Hit of prises, a de
scription of the manner at drawing, stid other
Information In reference lo Hie distribution, will
be sent to any one ordering them. All Inters
must be addressed to L. V. BINE, Hni, W,
orucc, Cincinnati, O.
101 West 6lh st nov.wiillv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTKKY.
Leoalizeu iiy Statc Authority anu
Drawn in Puiilic in St. Louis.
Grand Single M umber Scheme.
Class I, to he Drawn Sept. 30, 187'2.
6,680 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
u rtuesor I u
ut... , 6,UJ
of .. -ito
Tickots $10; Ilalf
T ickets, $z oO.
Our lotteries sre eharlered jr the State, are
always drawn at the lime named, and all draw
ings are under the supervision of sworn com
missioners. The official drawlnn will be published In the
1 St. Louis papers and a copy sent to purchasers
We will draw a similar scheme the tut day of
eyery month during tbe year 1872.
Remit at our risk by postnffice tnnner order,
registered letter, draft or express. Hend fnr cir
cu.ar. Address, MURRAY, M1LLKR A CO.,
P. O. box 2116. Ut. Louis, Mo.
BATCHELOU'S IIAIIt DYE.
This superb hair dye U the best in the
world perfectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous-.
Nodlsappolntment. The gen
uino W. A. Jlatchclor's Hair Dye produces
immediately a natural black or brown. Does
not stuiu the skill but leaves the hair cleans
solt and beautiful. The only safe and per
fect hair dvc. Sold by all druggists. Fac
tory, Hi ltond street, N. Y.
Happy relief to youngmen from the effects
of errors and abuses In early life. Manhood
restored. Impediments to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Hook and erieti
lars sent free, In sealed envelops.
Address, no WAM) ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pit. an In
stittitiou having a high reputation for honor
ablo conduct aud professional skill.
An Agent, male or female, in every township
io sell the u.M.Y standard book of the kind
"YOUMANAN'S DICTIONARY OF EV
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i.ontainlug i!0,O00 Kcceiptn in uverv depart
.nciit or human effort. $100 per year saved
to every one who has It. Every body wants
il. EVERY IIOKY IlUYS it as soon as offered.
HO per week, sure. EXTltA TEUMS.
Agents will miss it if they do not address
Continental Publishing Co,, bia N. Sixth
Street. St. Louis. w-'lm.
PAUI. . NCUfJIl, Asr't-
8IMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUK
AVR proved, from the moat ample exper
ience. an entire succesa! HimtilMfrnmtit
Hicient and Reliable. Ther ar thu nnlv nxull.
ihm pciiccuj nuupitm in pupujar use so sim
pie that mistakes CHnnot be made in using thuni;
so harmless as lo be free from danger, aud so
etllclentas to be always reliable. They hare rais
ed the highest commendations from all, and will
always render satisfaction.
I, Cures Fevet-N, congestion, lnflammHtjoni.25
norma, worm retrer, worm colic 25
Slrylnn-collc or teething ol mfants.,.25
Iilrrhoea, of children and adult...'.!.',
Myaentcry, griping. IWlou collc.,,2.'.
C'liolerswiiorbUB, yornltln... Bl
'honm. colds, bronuhitus 25
Ncurulsrln, toothache, faceaelio 25
IleiutHcnea, sick headache. vertlgo2
IsyNpepNln bilious stoinache 2i
YVfifte, too profuse poriods......,.2S
Croup, cough, difficult breathing...2A
NattsthensB, Rrysipolas. Eruptlon29
KriaaBBHtlam, rheumatic iami..,.M
rttvernnd Asrne.chtll leTer.aguesU)
Ilea, Mind or bleeding ...........U
Opfethlrmy, and sore or weak eyesOA
Catrrli, ncuie or chronic, InllueniaM)
WliooplnK-Cousib, violent coughs&o
Antliina, oppressed breathing Mi
Knr IMaehnrsres, impaired hearing&O
Mcrofnlai.enlarged glands, swelllnge
Ueuersl Debt Illy, physical weak-AO
llropayand ecautyHecretions W
Hen NlckniMMMlckness from ridinv&U
Kldnejr.IIHMMUM), (Jravel 60
IServoua Debility, seminal en.is
siona.IuYoluntarT discharges .1 00
VI ve:BaKcs,wlth one 12 vial of powder
very necessary in serious casei...6 60
Nor Month, cankor wj
Ir,.u5Lrlr.Wenh,,0"' wetting ieiiMi
Painful Periods, with spasms,...60
PlulierlBSjrsi,alohangeoriire 1 oo
Kpllenoy .Hpaams, St.Vltus'dance.l 00
Dlptlierla, ulcerated sore throat W
Uf 33 to 60 letrtie vlnla, morocco
orrasewood ctusc, coutalulBKn
pecmo for every ordinary dU
vhuv h family la nubject to, anil
booka ofdlrMtlnna from f 10 to 115
smaller family andTravellaigca.es,
2(ito 18 vials .Trom IsteU
Specific lor all Private Ulaeaaea,
both (or SJarlBsr and ror Prevea.
tlve treatment, In vials ann pooket
Cures Hums, Bruises, Lameness, Soreness. Bore
Throat, Bpialns, Toothache, Karaehr, Neuralgia,
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Piles, Roils, ritings.t&re
Kyes, Hleeilngof the Lungs, Nose, 8tomaofa.o(
of HiUs, Corns, Ulcers, Old Bores. "'-
Price, e os., M ols. ; Pints, II 60; QuarU.lt W.
SW These remedies, except Pond's Rxtraet. by
I lie case or single doz, are sent to any part of the
country, by mall or express, free of charge, ou
receipt of ilia prloe.
HOMKOPATHIO MKDIOINK CO.
Oltlce and Depot, No, 6(12 Broadway, New-York.
FOR BALE BY P. O, U0UUU, CAIRO, Ills,
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMMMMIOlf ANB rOsaWASBIlfU.
Cimint, Plabtbr Paris,
NO. 71 OHIO I.KVKK, UNDER CITY NATION
tSTVor the purpose of Imlldintr uu a
Wholesale trade in Cairo. I will sell to deal
ers and contractors In lots of M barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo, August 13, 1872.
' STKATTON & BIIID,
(Muccessora loBtratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
fi7 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Illinois
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS vor KAIRllANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, OA I HO. ILLINOIS.
Goneral Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
. M. WILLIAMS, JAS. KtNBLKY,
Late of Vickaburg, Miss. I. ate ot Cui'ti, '
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPKCIAL RAILROAD, StEAMllOAT AND
PORWAllDINO AND COMMIH8ION
05, OHIO LEVEE,
Our Home Advertisers.
JOHN H. PIILLIS Si SON,
(Successors tw John II. Phlllif,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTU-8T. and OHIO LEVE
FOIt WARDING anu COMMISSION
St K It 4) IS A N TH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agcuis of
MUG HIVEK ANU KANAWUA
70 Ohio Lkvke,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to K. h. Heudrlcits Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
vJr5S Liberal Ad raucemenls made
" " upon Consignments. 2LJ1
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freights lo all points and buy and
sell on commission,
SVUusiness attended to promptly:
Z, U. UATUUHS.. K. O .UUL
MATHUSS & UHL,
AMD U KUCHA I.
Commissi on Mero hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. M OHIO LKVCC.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
MMTUOXT JSUKf, fXTBA,
GKOS ' RAIN S1LKH,
LARUE STOCK OF OARPKTINO
Ills Kntlre M toe at
VERY LOW KIOURES.;
CORMKRStU ST. AND COMMIRC1AL-AY.,
i ST. NICHOLAS
HARRY WALKER Jt CO., Prop'ri.
This house is newly MUa up wlthlwo
And two Hue
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kimls of
I'lie saloon is stocked with the lie it
are compounded in the most approved style
If Couieandsec for yourself. They keep
ou hand a Hue stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
uro spread morning und evening at uiu
o'clock, ut which nil are Invited to panic.
....... vAn nf 1 . . . .. f,. . .
BOOT ANU SJUOE NTS? SUE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
106 Commorcial Avo., Qiir Athoneum.
Keep on hand a good aesortmsnt of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitkbs and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examini.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR-
JOHN ATK, rrortotor.
lot Commercial Avsoos, 0AI80, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Oallfo U Cigars u recelnJ,
MILLIARD saloon furnished Willi the best
of tables ; aud bar supplied with wluss, liquors
uu tig an ui uie Bonsi orauus.