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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIK, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1872. WITH SUPPLEMENT.
THE BULLETIN.
Pablleatloa omn, Bulletin Halldlag
LOCALS OF THE WEEK.
Wedmnoh nroon tlio Incroai.
The flag itftffat tho cimom-houso Is 130
feet In length.
Tiik Cairo grain elevator Is to Loon
Urged and variously improved.
11. A. Cunningham was olccUd city
treasurer Ht tlio oloctlon lost Tuetday.
Oooi KM Olovot In nil shade for 76
cents at Mum & Amson's. 9-27-d3t.
Dk. S. H.Condon of Union county was
in tho city during last woek, attending
court.
The Uisrnnrk Hund announcosa grand
hall on tho evening of tho 1 Hh of next
month.
Velvet and Silk Klhhons aro Cheaper
at Hlum it Amson's than anywbero elso
in tho city.
Stuart & Ooiilkon will open a lino
of now and desirable prints cn Monday
morning. "
Hlank Leafe, two sizes, blank war-
anti-o deeds, Jcc, Jcc., for sale Ht TtIK bul
letin office. l
The Klovator Conferenco had arrived
nt no doflnato conclusloni when its mem
bers loft the city.
The grocery storu of Cheney und "Wil
cox wai burglarized, to a"iniall extent, on
Tuesday night last.
Me. Oeorgu I.uttner has the contract
fur tilling (Socsu pond, along the C'niro and
Mound City wagon road.
A movement is on foot, engineered by
J. T. Allen, for the organization of it col
ored Greeley and Jlrown club In this city.
One of the defeated candidates for city
treuiurer lost his umbrullu on election day,
and modoatly requests tho Under to re
turn it.
The leveling of tho Cairo and Fulton
road to Charleston will be cominencnd nt
once, and when finished trains will run
regularly.
A very lino assortment of Ladies Cloask
and Shawls jutt opened at Hlum fc Am
son's Dry-Goods House on Kighth street
(Jo and examine them. lM!7-d3t.
TsiEfeteamor Mary E. Forsyth when
tho comes out will be commanded by
('apt. Jno. Grecnough who has been con
nected with the office of the Doxtcr.
Mr. Morris' barge of logs which was
sunken in Hird's bend was unloadod upon
tho hull of the IMbourno which was taken
loto St. Iuis the other day by tho Dicta
tor. Paul G. Schuli departs for Chicm;o to
day to represent tho Delta Lodge, No.
MB A. F. ii A. Mn at the General Grand
Lodgo of tho state, and on other business
of a private character.
Don't fail to see Mist Loru Lynn, tho
wonder of the age, and Ktnprcts of tho
Fying Trapez, who appears in every per
formance of tho groat Cosmopolitan Circus,
Museum and Menagerie, on next Wed
nesday, Oct. 2.
Helioious service, Kid. K. II. Trimbeu,
of Maytleld, Ky., will preach atthe Chris
tian church at 10 this a.m. Subject,
"Spiritual Ictluenco in conversion.''
Also at night will bo delivered u discourse
exposing Cnmpbellites. Comu all.
Rev. 11. H. TmTyer will deliver a dis
courso in the l'rethyterian church this
morning on tlio following subject: "The
Hidden Gospel."
In tho evening his subject will be, "The
Nature of True ConveMon."
Tho place wheru you can buy your Dry
Goods, Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, and
Caps, at from 10 to 25 per cent, cheaper
than any whero cite in the city, h Hlum &
Amson's now storo on Kighth street, first
building below Commercial avenue.
0-27-d3t.
Cash buyers who object to paying timo
prices, and who would avoid paying tho
losses which materially follow tho credit
system will 11 nU it their interest to call on
Stuart ii Gbolson and save ten to fifteen
per cent, on their fall and winter purchase
of dry goods.
Judoe Ilross roturnod yosterday from
a thorough canvass of l'ulaskl county,
and reports tho peoplo uniformly enthu
siastic for Greeloy and lirown. Ho gives
it as his candid opinion that thero will
not bo over C Gorman votes cast for Grant
In tho ontiro county, at tho coming oloc
tlon. The meeting of tho Grooloy and
Drown club on last Wednesday night was
largo and enthusiastic. Capt. Win. 1'.
Halliday was called to tho chair. Tho
speakors woro Judgo Wrn. II. Green and
Hon. H. Watson Webb, who both niado
excellent and offuctivo speeches. Sixty
seven names woro added to the list of
members, and the mooting adjourned to
meet again noxt Wodnosday night.
The vory heavy rain which toll yestor
day morning extended over a pretty brond
soction of country, and will holp tho con
ditlon of tho lowor Ohio a Httlo, If it does
Al. ! -,.
.iuim8 iore. otoatnboat men prodict
plenty of water within tho next month,
and somo aro sanguino enough to believe
that thoro will bo wator enough In tho
lowor Ohio, to allow too sidewheol Evans
villa packets to take tholrlaces again.
We hope to bo nolo to record a full at
tendance at tho Sabbath schools and ell
other religious exorcise of to-day, Tho
record of tho past week has not boon sat
isfactory to our order loving mind. Tho
admonitions of Tiik Bulletin havo boon
disregarded. Wo hope tho ontiro com
v munlty, after carefully perusing those col
umns to get their minds in proper framo
will docldo to turn over a new leaf, and
begin tho week aright by a propor obierr
nce of the Sabbath day,
The Greeley and Drown club mooting
at Anna, addressed by Judgfl Allen night
before last, was a grand affair, far exceed
ing the .fudgo's oxpoclatlons. Four hun
dred persons marched In tho torchlight
procossion, and about 600, all that tho hall
could hold, listened with enthusiastic at
tention to Judgo Allen's able addross,
This number was, of courso, only a frac
tion of tho groat crowd who sought ad
mission to tho hall. Tho chilly aluios
phero warnod tho speakor not to attempt
an out door oration.
The body of Mr. Huntor's llltlo boy,
Houston, who strayed away from homo a
week ago, was found yesterday in tho
rivor at tho head of tho bar below Metrop
olis. Our report says that his skull was
fractured, apparently by striking upon
tho guard of tho wbarfboat as he foil Into
tho rivor. Wo dcoply sympathlzo with
tho bereaved parents in tholr great grief.
Tho woek of susponso which they endured
whllo searching for the missing ono must
have been terilble.
The Circus. Our circus-loving com
munity will bear In mind that on next
Wednesday afternoon and night Dr. K.
Backenstose's great Cosmopolitan Circus(
Museum and Mcnagerio will exhibit in
this town on corner Kloventb and Codar
streets. The doctor has been travelling
in tlio Northern states slnco he was hero
last spring, and has embraced every op
potunlty of adding now stars and now
features to his then already large combi
nation and we would advise everybody to
go and sco tho mammoth exhibition which,
for novelty, feats of strength, and acrobatic
and arcnlc sports, Is second to nono in this
country.
The J. J. Abort Is still at work on tlio
lllack Hawk, and has oxploded eighteen
kegs of powder beneath it with excellent
effect, but Capt. Wolf thinks it will take
as many moro to completo tho work
Tho other day ono of tho blasts blew sev
oral barrels of pork and beef to pieces,
which was imbedded in tho sand and mud
In tho hold of tho Black Hawk, and tho
meat looked whito and fresh as though
packet only yesterday. This is remark
able, as it has been submorgod for about
eight years. Although it looks so fresh
and nice tho boys on tho boat aro afraid
to ufo it, thinking it may have become
impregnated with somo poisons from de
caying matter around it.
Tiik trial of tho negro Jenkins was con
cluded yesterday, but last evening the
ury bad not returned their verdict. Tho
defense on Friday evening by bis
brother and wife that Jenkins was at their
houto on tho day of tho murder from day-
ight until evening, and as no ona wit
nessed tho murder, it was thought yester
day that this evidence would clear him.
A great many negroes from Mound City
attended tho trial throughout and all be
lieve Jenkins to bo tho murderer. Should
ho be cleared it will leave Booker in a
tight place, as ho confessed sometimo ago
that he was concealed at the time of the
murder to kill Johnston if Jenkins missed
him, and that after the murder he con
cealed his gun, with both barrels loaded,
in a hollow log at a certain place, where,
guided by this statement it was afterward
found, loaded a dotcrlbed.
Soukiiodv mutt havo imported a new
brand of extraordinarily destructive whis
ky to this city lately, if wo may judgo
anything by tho police court records.
Regular Cairo whisky never would put
feus In tho policemen's pockets so rapidly
nor so many recruits in the ranks of Mc-
Haiu's light guards. Tho record of the
past two daya is as follows : Henry Col
lins having lavished his wealth in tho
above mentioned importation which caused
him to disturb tho puaco of tho city, was
sent to Jail for 10 days.
Mitchel Schultz, Maggie Botts and
Fannio Henderson for exchanging com
pliments out of season, and other irregu
larities, were each fined $5 and costs. The
gentleman paid his fine liko a gentleman,
but tlio ladiot gave security for theirs.
Chas. Woodley Importation, $'.! otc.
took it out in work on tho chain-gang.
Jno. Theridan, moro importation, live
days in tho tamo company.
Coweii Mullon, importation, $2 and
costs. Nomonoy; Uvu days in tho Corps
do Mcllalo.
James Ward, satno offenso to a disor
derly extent. Sent to jail in default of $5
and trimmings.
Wm. Fisher, simply drunk. Six dayii iu
uil.
Kmll Schultz, for resisting an officer.
Fined $10 und costs, but takes it out in la
bor for the city for ton days.
Wm. Johnston camo up on tho charge
of having stolon tho City of Quincy's
yawl while that steamor was hard aground
on Power's Island nleht boforo last,
making it necessary for tho crow to got
Into tho wator while setting tho spars.
After getting oft tho bar tho 0.uincy found
hor yawl soven miles farther down the
rivor with Mr. Johnston in it. Seeing
tho boat approaching ho landed And took
to the woods but was captured by tho crew.
Johnston was a dock passenger from St.
Louis on tho Quincy. Aftor hearing tho
ovidonco tho prisoner, iu dofault of $600
ball, was sent to jail to await trial at tho
noxt term of tho circuit court.
IDLKWILD MILLS.
Our old frlond M. D. Guntor callod on
us yesterday, and invited us to oxamlne
the above institution. Wo found every
thing In tho host ordor, and the facilities
for manufacturing corn meal equal to any
othor in Southern Illinois. We ascended
to tho third floor ; this is forty by sixty
feet and contains tho moal chest and bolt,
tho lino shafting, etc., whilst tho floor is
used to spread and cool tho corn aftor hav
ing passed through tho steam dryor. The
second floor contains the mills proper, be
ing two run of stones with capacity of
prouueing sixteen barrel of corn meal per
uour, mo ouico, otc.
Doscondlng to tho first floor we enter
the packing room, tho bran room. otc.
whllo under tho sidewalk is a largo sink or
bin largi onougii to Hold threo thousand
bushols of corn. It Is so constructed that
the grain is shovod into the sink, and from
tuonco Into tho third itory it Is taken in
elovators and deliverod to tho hoppers for
tho mills.
In tho rear aro located tho engine,
boilor, etc., while still farther back Is a
largo homo dostined to hold empty bar
rels. And here, In his new quarters, Mr.
Gunter hopes to see all his city customers
and to rocoivo orders from thoso Abroad.
CITY COUNCIL.
FECIAL JOIST MEKTINO OP THE CITY
COUNCIL CALLED FOR THE l'UKl'OSB OF
CAN VAKHINO THE RETURNS OK THE LATE
SPECIAL ELECTION.
Council Chamber,
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 23, ltt.'J. )
Present His Honor, Mayor Lausdon,
and Halliday, Me teal f, Iteardon, Itobinson,
Safford and Swayno 7.
No quorum, On motion of Alderman
Swayno, movod to adjourn till next regu
lar meeting.
M. J. Howlev, City Clork.
YOHK MINSTER BLACK ALPACA.
Stuart is Gholson are offering a full line
of theso celebrated alpacas, and guarantee
them to be tho best alpacas offered in this
market. This alpaca is double warp, tin
ithed aliko on both sides, und for color
and finish is unsurpassad. Tbey aro just
the goods for autumn and winter wear.
Every lady should see them beforo buy
Ing.
DRESS GOODS I DKESS GOODS!!
Stuart J: Gholson aro offering many nov
elties in this line. Everything which they
have Is now and desirable, selected with
a full knowledge oi the wants of this
trado, and aro atferlng them at their usual
low pricos, making them within the reach
of all.
RIVEllNEWS.
ARRIVED.
r toarnerCity of Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
" Pauline Carroll, Md. City.
" Glencoc, St. Louii.
" St. Luke, St. Louis.
" Umpire, Evansvillu.
" Clarktville, Memphis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" City of Quincy, St. lmiU.
DEl'ARTED.
Steamer City of Vicksburg, St Louis.
" St. Luke, 3Iemphis.
" Pauline Carroll, St. Louis.
" La Be.lc, New Orleans.
" Clipper, Grand Tower.
" Umpire, Evansvllle.
11 Clarktville, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Gleneoe, New Orleans.
" City of (Quincy, Now Orleans.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats sunriliod at anv tune, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tbo yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offored on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Olyimiant,
D. A. Bokke, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
HOaTS leaving to-day.
The flno pastehger steamer Susie Silver
will leave for New Orleans and way
points this day at 3 p. rn. Tho flno and
fait packet Grand Tower Is tho regular
boat departing for St. Louii and way
landings at six o'clock this evening. Tho
flno iteamor M. J. Teas is the regular
Vicksburg packet leaving at 0 o'clock p.
m. Tho good packet St. Joseph is tho boat
for Memphis and all way landings, leav
ing this wharf at 0 o'clock this evening.
Tho Evansvillo packet leaves at. livo
o'clock this evening, prompt.
CONDITION Or TUB RIVERS.
Tho rivor contiuues rising at this point,
and it may bo posilblo there will soon be u
four foot channel from hero to Evansvillo.
Tho water is deep enough now for the
packets to coino out all right by using a
I i i tie precaution. Below hero tho river is
dwindling away, and only six feet is re
ported. Tbo Mississippi romains un
changed and in ajjbad condition at Powers'
island, which is tho worst place. Thero
are only 5 feet scant. Only 2 foet iu tho
Arkunsas river.
1IUSINESS AMI WEATHER.
Business on tho leveo was very good
Tho welcome rain camo pouring down
nearly all day, and many empty cisterns
were replenished.
MISCELLANEOUS.
The Paulino Carroll was pulled off the
Mound City ways by tho snag boat Ab
ort, and arrivod hero shortly after our re
port had gono to press, Friday night.
Sho has been repaired thoroughly, and
looks ns well us sho did tho day sho was
built. Sho has been a faithful monoy
making steamer, and was at ono tlmo tho
main prop of tho now defunct A, & M. S.
S. Co. Tho Glencoo camo out drawing
live feet without grounding. Evelyn and
Gallagher are hor pilots. Tho Umpire
brought in HO tons assorted freight. Sho
camo us far as Paducah with 200 tons on
board, not iucluding bur captain and
clork, and was only drawing 30 inchos.
She has probably boon sold to Pogrom and
Bollinger of St. Louis, who will run her
in uqpor Itod river, whoro thoy have a
largo contract. Tho prico sho will bring
ifthosalo takes place will bo six thous
and dollars. Capt. Butomun telegraphed
to his partner and awaits his answer. The
La Hollo doparted Friday at midnight
with all tho freight und a fair list of peo
ple. Sho loaded in less than two hours.
Tho Eckort is ono of tho wondors of
tho 10th century. She was only oo min
utes raising tbo Grand Towor coul barge
after hor lareo pump beinm throwing
wator.
Tho Abort is still working at tho wreck
of tho Black Hawk, and probably will
succeed in removing it boforo many days.
Tho Henry Ames, it Is said, is coming
up with tho blue ribbon trip of tho sea
son. How many "bluo ribbon" trips aro
thero to como up? Kovery packet leav
ing Now Orleans with a fair trip, is re
ported by tho St. Louis papers to have tho
" bluo ribbon " trip of tho season.
Miss. V. T. bargo, No. 10, is being
loaded for New Orleans.
Tho Mary E. Forsylhe, lying at Mound
City, is roady for businoss, and will come
down to load upon tho advancements of
rates.
Tbo Jim Flak will not bo down to-day,
as Sunday is hor rotting day at Paducah.
The city of Qulnoy missed the channol
at Power's Island and got aground, where
she was detained 22 hours Sho brought
out a good load on horsolf and bargo.
She had a largo nurnbor of deck passen
gers.
FLOWEKS FLOWERS 1 1
Selected strong floworlng Hyacinth-
bulbs, woll adopted for glasses or bedding
purposes at Jacket's Saloon, cornor of 12th
streot and Washington avonue. Bulbs to
bo put up now in glosses or pots, will
bloom at chrlstmas. 0-G-dlm.
Blankeniiuru ahead! Wlnos and CI
gars I oldest and choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposito the Pott Office-
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tho groat Liboral and
Democratic,Greoly & Brown drinlco Weis
Beer, Is made a specialty, and Frodprides
himself upon keeping tho freshest and
coolest in tho ctly. Lemonades tho cold'
est, mixed drinks and music tho finest
m there. ' C-27tf
AN ESSENTIAL OK LOVELINESS.
To tho entirely beautiful tho hair
should bo abundant and lustrous. This is
absolute!? cttcntlal to completo loveli
ness. Tlio most regular features, tho most
brilliant complexion and pearliest teeth
fall of tholr duo effect If tho hair bo thin.
dry, or harsh. On the conttary tho plain
est face, II It bo but surmounted by luxur
iant and sllkon tresses, is apt to impress
tbo beholdor with a sense oi actual beau
ty. That crowning ornamont of hor sex
1. Iin.mll.. .uiflit.. Ilia r.r Intf.it.'
woman, and being as discriminating as sho
is lovely, sho long ago discovered that
Lyon's Kalhuiron was the suro means of
securing it. No preparation tor tho Hair
ever enjoyed a titho of its popularity, and
no wonder, since it produces such gratify
ing results. Applied to tbo waste and
barren places of tho scalp, it fructifies and
enriches them with a now and amnio
growth. It is not, of courso, pretended
that it will do this if tho capacity for re
production is extinct, but so long as It re
mains that wonderful rohabilltant will
assuredly propagate tbo germ of tho hair
into life and activity. 0-2'Jd&wlw.
PHIL. HOWARD.
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City National Bassk Baildlnir.
M.Bpeeul attention paid to order, from steam
boats night ordav
83.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Taner's
to purchase saddles and har
ness, at his saddle store on
Washington avenue. All
kinds of repairing done on
saddles and harness, and car
rirge painting and trimming
on short notice, in good style
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at No.l in Cairo.
9.2,alm John Taner.
fltgYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
5-24-tf.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CLEAR AND
HARMLESS AS WATER,
3sr.A.a?T.isr'3
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
HAIR.
A perfectly clear preparation in ojie hot
tie, :is eaMly applied us water, for restoring
to gray hulr iu iiuturul color and youthful
appearance, to eradicate and prevent dand
ruff, to promote the growth ot the hulr and
fctop Hh tailing out. It is entirely hurmles,and
perfectly free from any poUonoiis tmbstaiico
und -will, therefore, take the place of all tho
dirty and unpleasant preparations now; in
use. Numerous testimonial' have been ent
iw from iiinnv of nur mo.t iiroininent citi
zen-. In everything in which the articles
now In iixo are objectionable, CRYSTAL
DISCOVERY, is perfect. It is warranted
Iv contain neither SiiL-ar of Lead Sulnhur or
Nitrate of Silver, It does not soil the clothes
or scalp, Is agreeably perfumed, and makes
one oi the iet (irecNiiiKs lor me Jiair in uc.
It roctort'K tho color or tho Hair "more pcr
I'eet anil uniformly than any other prepara
tion," and alwuvs does o in from threo to
ten (lavs, virtually feeding the roots with the
nourishing qualities necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition: It rectors the de
cayed and Induces a new growth of the
Hair moro positively than anything else.
The application of this Wonderful discov
ery also produces a pleasant and cooling
effect on tho scalp and gives the Hair a
plensing and elegant appearance.
Lull at your iiriiKgi'i ior n mm
other. If ho has not got it let him order it
l'rlco $1 per bottle.
Iuveutor und Proprietor, Washington D.C.,
JOUXMOi, mil.LiUVt.Vl t.u.,
General Agents. I'lillaueipnia,
JNO. F. IIENUY and
F.C.WKLLStCO.,
New York, and to bo
druggists, everywhere.
had ol
WholCsalo
O-UOtl
AGENTS WANTED.
The Master Spirits of the "World,
and
The Treasure House of America.
TIIK QHKAT HOOK OF TIIK YKAlt.
Aeonts rcnort sales of US to 100 copies
iu a few hotiw or days. Pkospkctua Fhee.
Addrow J. W. GOODSPEED,
Now York, Chicago
Cincinnati, St. Louis,
o-awiow
K.uneans.
rOB HA.LK
The lllinnli Central Rail Hoad Gomuany now
offer for sale the following described lots In Firs'
Addition to the City of Cairo, via i
liOl XT DIOCE VU, UOl a UIUCK ft,
,. J .. IU, " ii " o,
6 " 83, " 38 " 83,
i a 83. " 81 83,
ii s " 82. " !3 " W.
or terms, eU. apply to JAMEB JOHNSON,
Htl 1 Ai?
fcr.ft TO fc20 M,
Agents
wanted
sea of
working peo
n'e.ilthrrsexTyoUDKorold, make more money
it work tx us in their spare momenta or all. the
tune, man nujiuiua "' " it
, Ureas O. Htlasonc Co., Portland, Maine.
Boptl&wly.
Foroign Advertisements.
IRON WOHKft.
PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IUON WOHKS
RonERIWOOl). TIIOS.H- HOOT.
UOHEKT "WOOD k CO.
1,134 UMko Avenue, I'MUciolpM. Vn.
-FOUNTAIN!- -FLOATING HWANiJ-
VAHEH -KR009--STATUAHT-
WATEH MLIK.H
DUCKS TUltTfiKS, Ac
For DrcornllnK Fountains.
V KHAN DAIlH.bUMM Ell HOUSE?,
AHIIOKS, ClIAtllM, HETTEEH, Ac., Ac.
NEW HTYLK WKOVOUT-IUON IIUMNO for
Front of lloure and Camettrlri. Nam before
introduced.
CAST AND WBOUOHT-inON KA I LINGS for
Publlo HullJIogi and Bquaret, CcmAlery I.oti,
and Harden Fcncen, nalconles, Itoof Crtitlagu,
etc.. in Brett varUtr of Patterns.
IKON HTAIKS. Spiral and trlglit, ot rarloat
i'atlerns nnd t)lei. Special attention given this
clan of work,
LAMP POS'm, for Fronts of Public nulldlns,
Hoteli, and City streeu, of Plain and Elaborate
Uelrai, .
3TAHI.K FITTINOS, ofOudand WrougM-Iron,
of New Improred Styles, such a Ilr Kftcki,
Stall Divisions, Manners, lUrneM Bracket! Out
ten, Tri)S. VentlUtora, Jtc.
WIRE WORK of overr description. Wire
GUM Is of Crimped Wire, Ualvanlted T Pklnted,
Iu PUIn or Ornamental Patterns, for Storo lioora
or Windows. Faetnrr and Waronouse Wlnilowa.
tUHInga for Offlcen, Hanks, Counter Hillings,
llaiconlea, i.awn ana r arm rences, a p., c.
GATES for entrance to Cemeteries. PublM
Hnnarea ami (lentlemen'a Country Seats, of Una
Tubing or Wroughtdron, both single and double.
in eiannraw aun eimnie designs,
DHINKINO FOUNTAINS, (or street Uses. A
rerj large assortment of designs oxprerslf for
this purpose.
CAHT-lKON URINAI. 110XE3. for nubile paras
and city street.
OV AL VASES, latest itTles, centennial pattern.
HITCHING POSTS, Jockey, Coolie, Ham bo and
plain uesigns. oeoam
Vlnrcar nittera arc not a vile rancy vnot,
made ot Poor Hum, Wtilsky, Proof spirits and
t'.efuso Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened
to pleasnlUc taste, called "Tonics," "Appetizers,"
ursiorcrs," ,c,, in.u lean tno iippicroti to uruno
cnuei and ruin, but are u true Medicine, made
from the native roots ami herbs of California. Tree
from all Alcoholic Stltnnlantfl. Tlioy arc the Creat
lllcio.l Purltlcrand a Llfe-pHlug Principle, a Perfect
Iteuovntor nnd tnvlgorator of the System, carrying
0. T all poisonous matter anil restoring the blood
to a healthy condition, eurtchlnc; it, refreshing and
luWiroratltiK both mind ami body. They are easy
or administration, prompt in their action, certain
in tliclr results, nolo and reliable in all forma of
disease.
No I'rrsnn ran take theae Itinera accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bouca aro not destroyed by mineral poison
or onier means, and tho vital orgaus wasted beyond
the olnt of repair.
DySpepila or Indigestion, Headache, Pain
In the Shoulders. Coughs, lightness of the Chest,
lnzzlucss, sour Kructuilons of the Stomach, Ilaa
Taste In the Mouth, IUlloui Attacks, Palpitation of
the Heart. Inflammation of the Longs, Pain In the
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other palnrul
mptoius, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these
ruinplaluls It has no equal, and one bottle will
prove n better guarantee of Ita merits than a
lengthy advertisement.
For Krinnle Complaints, In young or Old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or
the turn ot life, these Tonic Hitters display so de
cided an luniienco that a marked Improvement is
fgoii perceptible.
Kin- liilUiuuintorjr ami Chronic Tlhtu
iiiiitlain and (iout, Djspepsla or Indigestion, Uil
luus, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
cf the lllood. Uvcr, Kldnejs and Illaddcr, these
Hitters have been most successful. Such Diseases
are cutied bv Vitiated Hlood, which It generally
produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs.
Uiryaie ntariitle Purgative a a well aa
n Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of act
lug as a powerful ngent in relieving Congestion or
liiiuniinatlon I the Liver and Visceral Organs und
Iu Unions pleases.
P'or Skin Diseases, Eruptions. Tetter, Salt
P.hcmn, Ulotches, :pots, Pimples, Pustules, Polls,
Carbuncles, Hlng-worms, Scalddlcnd, Sore Kycs,
KryMpelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloratlons of the hkln,
Humors and Diseases of tho Skin, of whatever
lKime or nature, are literally dug tip and carried
nut of the system In a short time by tho use of these.
Hitters. One bottle lu such cases will convince tho
most Incredulous of their curative effects.
Cleuuse Ihr Vlllntrd illood whenever you
And Its impurities bursting through the tUn in
Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse It when you
llnd It obstructed and sluggish In the veins; cleanse
it when It H foul ; your feelings will tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system
will follow.
Grateful Thouaniiils proclaim VlNcailt Hit
Tens the most wonderful imlgorant that ever sus
tained the sinking system.
1'ln, Tope, anil oilier Worms, larking in
the system of so many thoU'Uuds, are effectually
destroyed and removed. Sa)s a distinguished
phjslologlst : There Is scarcely an Imllvldualonthe
Wee of the earth whose bedy Is exempt from the
presence of norms. It is not upon the healthy
elements of tho body that worms exist, bat upon
the diseased humors anil slimy deposits that breed
these living monsters of disease. No system of
medicine, no vermifuges, no unthclnilnltlcs, will
freo the system from worms like these Hitters.
Mechanical Diseases, Persons engaged in
Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type
sellers, (iold-beatcni, and Miners, as they advance
In life, are subject to paralysis of tho Uowels. To
gu.ud against this, take a dose ot Walker's Vis
liuu Hirmui twice, a week.
tlllluua, UrmltU'itt, and Intermittent
Fevers, which are to prevalent In the valleys of
our great rivers throughout tho United states,
especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, lied,
Colorado, llrazos, Rio (i ramie, Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Hoanokc, James, and many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during tho Summer and Autumn,
nnd remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat
nnd dryness, arc Invariably accompanied by exten
sive derangements of tho stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon theso
callous organs Is essentially necessary, Thero It
no eathaitlc for tho purpose equal to Ijiu J, Walk
i:u'h Visnun Hirrr.its, as they will speedily
remove tho dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels arc loaded, at the same time stimulating
the secretlous of the liver, and generally restoring
the healihy functions of tho digestive organs.
Scrofula, or King's Kvll, Whtto Swellings,
Ulecin, Hrjslpclas, swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous
Iiirtaiiimatliuis, Indolent Imlammatinns, Mercurial
Affections, Old Sores. Kruptlons of tho Skin, Soro
1 , ')(.", etc., etc. In IhCHd as lu all other constitu
tional Piseases, U'ai.kuii'.s Vineuaii Hiitkiu have
thutvii iliclr great curativo powers in tho most
ubJiliulo ami iutractablu eases.
Dr. Walker's California Vlnrgnr Hit
ler net on alt theso eases lu a similar manner.
Ity purlljlug the Illood they remove the cause, and
by lesuUiug away tho eileets of tho luilammatlou
(tno tubercular ilcpiii-lts) tho affected parts receive
health, nnd a permanent euro Is cilected.
The prupei'llea ot Uil. Walk Kit's VlsriMii
litmus are Aperleut, Diaphoretic, Cannluatlve,
Nutrtiiuu. laxative. lMurctlc, Sedative. Counter
irritant, Sndnnilr, Alterative, uud Anll-IUIlous.
The Aprrlunt und mild Laxative properties
of lm.WAi.Ki:u'ii Vim:hau Ihrrnu are Hie best
safe-guard in eases of eruptions and malignant
fevins. Their balsainlo, heallug, and soothlug pro
perties protect the humors of tho fauces. Their
bedativo properties allay palu in the nervous sys
tem, stomach, and bowels, Iroin ludamuiatlon,
wind, colic, cramps, etc.
'Jtnrir toiiniei'-ii Titmu influence ex
tends throughout the system. Their Autl-llllieus
properties stimulate tho liver, lu tho secretion of
bile, and lis discharges through the biliary duels,
and aro superior to all remedial agents, for the euro
of llllloiis Fever, Fever and Ague, etc.
Fortify the body against illsease by
purifying ull Its tlulds with Vinkdah Iutteiis. No
epidemic can take hold of u system thusfurc-amtcd.
Directions. Take of tho Hitters on going to
bed at night from a hair to ono nnd one-half wine-
glassful. Kat good nourishing food, such as beef
steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vege
tables, and tako out-door exercise. They are
composed of purely vegetable Ingredients, aud
contain no spirit.
ll. ii. iirimnAiiii eg, ill.,
Drutrzlits and Gen. Agta., San Frunclsco. Cal.. St
cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., K.V.
oviu ui auu uuuuuiaia a ut.Al.EHS,
AltE YOU GOING WEST?
If so. take our advice and nurchaa vnur tlnkat.
ovor tie old reliable and opu)ar Musooai Pa
oirio RauaoAD, which Is positively the only line
running throe daily express trains from Hi. Louis
io nausaa uiiy nu me west i ana is positively
the only line which runs Pullman palace sleepers
and fine day coaenes, especially for movers.
equipped with Miller's rarely platform, and the
B stent steam brake. From Hi, Louts to Kansas
Ity, Ft. rtoott, Lawrence, Leavenworth. Atoul.
son, St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Ulutls
ani Omaha without change I For Information in
rogard to tlmo tables, rates, Ao to any point in
Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Teiaa, and
Callo rnla, call upon or address B. ll.Thom.son,
Agent. Missouri Psclflo R. R. Columbus. Ohio or
II? A, Ford, General Passenger Agent, at. Louis,
Mo. ,
No trouble to answer correspondunee.
ills
j ST. NICHOLAS
BILLLIARD HALL
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'ra.
Tula home Is newly lltted up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES
And two Une
JENNY LIND TABLES
.Suitable for all kinds of
:pl.a.-y-:eir,s.
The saloon Is stocked with the Rest
Uraudsof
WINES,
LIQUORS,
and CIGARS
arc compoundcil in the most approved style
USTCome and see for yourscir. They keep
on hand a lino Mock of
COLD WEISS BEER.
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
LAND HERRING.
REFRESHMENT TABLES
are spread moniiuL' and evening at
o'clock, at which all are Invited to par
pate free oi charge. 8-lUil
BOOKS.
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HOW TO
KEEP WABM
NEXT WINTER,
OCT TIIK
K V E N I N G
HEATING STOVES,
THE
GREATEST WONDER!
or
THE .A.GKEJI
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
room: a mokk uniform and plkahant
UK AT, TO USE LK8H WOOD, ARE MORE
CAHKFULLY V ITT 1 1), ARK UORX
EASILY AMDCUKAPLY MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MORE l'KUVECT
CONTROL, HAVE A BTHOMOER
DRAFT,
AND
Give better witlsdictlou, and sold for a
Lets Price thuu uuy
SHEET IRON l'AULOR STOVE
In tho market. Sold b
EX0ELS1OU MANUF'G COMPANY
HT. LOUIS MO.,
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
1.1 KK
0. W. HENDERSON,
Cairo, Ills.
ll-iOd&wlw
PARKER & MONTAGUE,
l'roirletora of the
OLD DELMONICO
SALOON AND READING R00M3
'cSerdaTAv? J WIMT KB'8 BLOCK.
Jyrhe hest hrauds of Cigara, cho
Wine, Lluuors, etc., always ou band, tf
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Our Home Adyertteri.
WMaKMK Al$ MBWeUUUa.
0. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT
Ann
OatUIHT, PLAITM FABU,
ARB
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
NO. 71 OHIO LSVKK, UNDER CITY NATION
AL BANK.
ISTFor the purposo of bulldlnir up a
wholesale trade la Cairo. I will Mil to deal
ers and contractor! in lots or 60 burtU and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
freight,
Cairo. Aturuit 13, 1673.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Buooessori loBtratloD, HadsonA Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AMD
COMMISSION MJCROHANTS,
57 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Illinois
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AM
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
ARB
DEALERS IN FLOUR, COKN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
FLOUR
AUD
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVKE,
W. M. WILLIAMS, .7 AS. KINSLEY,
Late of Vicksburft, Miss. Late of Ciu'tl,
W. M. WILLIAMS k CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
GENERAL AGENTS,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MEECHAIsTTS;
fiS, OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
7-4t r.
JOHN B. PHLLIS& SON,
(Successors to John B. t-hlllit.)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
AMD
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO, ILLS.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
AMD
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MKHUH AHTB.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
AnJ Arwis of
IUIO RIYEK AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lxvix,
Caieo, Ilukoii.
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Buccestors to E. B. Bsudrloai Co.) ,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AMD
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal AdTaaosmaau mad asQMy
Va3K upou OoBSlgaBiraU. Bffs
Ara preparad to rsoaiva, (tor aad forward
freiahU lo all poiaU and bay sad
sell on oommlssioB,
Builness attandsd to prompllTi
E. D. MATIIUM.. 0 .VTHL
MATHUSS k UHL,
amb snuuii
1
COMMIS SIONMCHANT8
DEAL EMI aN
iAY AND WESTERN F10DUCK
HO. UfU.

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