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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1872. WlTIf SUPPLEMENT.
NEW YORK WOMEN.
WnAT SUM IS AND WHAT SHE
OUOHT TO Mi.
What kind of a being ia ft typical Now
York Woman ? Our noighhors'.across tho
watr evidently regard ber as something
very different from tlio typical KdrIIsIi
womtn; ah'dlhoy form tlielr judgments
not io much by what they know of tlio
Kow York Woman at home,
i by what thoy.seo of her abroad. Thoy
find her extravagant in her tastes, somc
tHlng moro than self-assured In her hear
Ing, "loud"' in her drew, and' superficial in
her education and accomplishment! If
ho has any. Now wo do not ndmlt that a
woman who can bo thus characterized is
thotypo of Now York womanhood. Tlio
world does not hold better women, or lot
tor educated women,-or better-mannered
than aro to bo found in great numbers in
this much defamed city; but tlio English
men does not sco them, for thny jcnlously
guard their society when ho comes hero
and when they travlo thoy aro unobtru
sive and do not attract his nttcntlon. Tlio
avorago traveling Englishman in New
York knows just asilittld of tho best socie
ty of Now i'ork as tho avorago travoling
American does or tho best socletyjof Lon
don. Yet tho englishman has an npology in
what he sees, and, perlmpx, in all that ho
sees, for tho severity of his judgement.
There is a typo of womanhood in Now
York and1 it has, alas 1 fur too tunny rep
resentativesof which ovory American,
everywhere, has reason to bo nshamed.
The same type can bo found in nil tho
largo cities of tho country, but it oxists in
its perfection here. It live In hotels nnd
boarding-houses ; it travels, it haunts tho
fashionable watering places; it is promin
ent at tho opera nnd tho ball ; in short, it
Is wherever it enn show Itself and its 1
clothes. It rejoices over n notico of itself
in tho 'Evening Chatterbox,' or tho
'Weekly Milk and Water,' as among tho
proudest and most grateful of its social
achievements. Its grand llrst question Is:
"Wherewithal shall I bo clothed 7'' nnd
tihcu that is nuswored as well as it can bo,
tho next is : "How and whero can I show
my clothes so as to attract tho most men,
distress tho greatest nu in her of women,
and mako tho most sluunitig social sensa
tion ?" Wo have no fear of exaggerating
In this characterization. Wo havo seen
these women at , homo and itway; and
their prosumption, boldness, vnnity, idle
ness, display, and lack of all noblo nnd
womanly alms aro a disgraco to tho city
which produces them, and tho country
after whoso rmmo they cnll themselves. -
Of courso thoro is a sufficient cause for
tho production of this typo of woman, and
it is to te found in her circumstances and
woy of lifo. It is prevalent uniong tho
nouteaux riches among thosu of humblo
beginning and insufficient brooding and
education. It in fostored in boarding
houses and hotels thoso hotbeds of jeul
ousy and personal and social rlvnlry.nud
aimless idloncss. Tho woman who And
herself housed and clothed und' petted und
furnished with money for artificial ns
well as real wants, without tho lifting of
linger, or tho burdon of it care, and with
out the culturo of head or heart that lends
her to seek for tho higher satisfactions of
womanhood, becomes in tho most natural
way precisely what wo havo described.
It would bo unnatural for lior to become
anything olso. Tho, truth Is, thnt unless
Women havo a;routino of duty that di
verts thoir thoughts from thomsolves,
and gives them something to think of be
sides dress and tho exhibition of It, thoy
degenerate. Tho only euro for this Wo
know of is univors'al housekeeping. Thoro
is no man who can all'ord to pay a fuir
price for board, who cannot nllbrd to
keep houso;and house-keeping, though it
be over so humble, is tho most natural and
healthiest otllco to which woman is ever
called. There is no one thing that would
do so much to elevate tho typo of New
York womanhood hi a universal secession
from boarding-houso and hotel life, and n
universal entrance upon separate homos.
Such a stop would improve the stock of
happiness, improve health of body nnd
bealth of mind, and raisoat once the stand
ard of morals and manners.
Tbodovil nlways finds work for idle
hands to do, whothor tho hands belong to
men or women ; but American men aro
not apt to bo idle. Thoy are absorbed in
work from early until late, and leavo their
Idle wives, cooped up in rooms that cost
them no caro, to get rid of tho lingrring
tlmo as they can. Is it kind to do this, or
is It cruol 7 If it is kind In its motives,
it Is cruel in its results. Tho wbolo sys
tem of boarding-houso and hotel life is vi
cious. To live in public, to bo on dress
parade every day, to bo always part and
parcel of a gossiping multitude, to livo
aimlessly year after year, with thoughts
concontrated upon one's porson and one's
solflsh delights, to bg perpetually without
a routino oi healthy duty, is to tal;o the
broadest and briefest road to tho degrada
tion of all that is admirable and lovablo in
womanhood, 'it It to make, by tho most
natural process, that gay, gaudy, loud,
frivolous, pretentious, vain, intriguing,
unsatisfied und unhappy creature which
tho JJnglisioau knows as the "The New
TUK COAL SUPPLY OF
ninetcen sUlllngs a ton in .May should be
sold for (hirty-slx to thirty-eight shillings
per ton in August. Wo say "no good
reason" there aro . plenty of bad ones.
chief among which, it is vbry probable, is
that plundirlngjplrlt of speculation
which, In lue.Uchnloil language of Third
treet and Wall stroot, Is called "building
Vie, .market," This term has a, deoper
meaning than is obvious at first It means
conspiracy to defraud somo person, In
wi.ionasjoojiiiv unfortunate British pub
KfK'wealH tlmpri pf coai
rlso should tnko pjaco to bo expected
from llib Indrossed Hhd Increasing dear-
noss of food and othor nccossarlos of lifo
which presses hoavlly upon tho labor
which extricates tho coal from tho bowols
of tho earth, conveys it to railroad or sea
port, and Anally dollvcrs It to consumers.
This Incronscd price of food lias, as an al
most certain consequence, caused n de
mand for advanced wages a domand
which, so far, has gonorally bcou complied
with, though not always to the oxtcnt
asked for. Uudo'ibtediy, however, tho
coal masters havo bcon warranted in mnk-
inc somo ndvanco In prices: but thoro
doe not aiuiear to havo boon anv iustlfl.
i,.,iA..l.lin -ni-Ari innrnth.n AM.
" rtl -
ing tho retail prlco. Thoro Is no good roa
sun whv coal which nvoragod sovonlcon to
Tim nnfintlltf nrnnl wliiph lin tint vnt I "
been worked in Great Britain (tho supply
in Ireland . limited and of Inferior
quality) is vory great. Although coal
has been moro or less employed In tng-
, , . , , i. . " i ..
land, first for munufacturcs and after-
wards as domestic fuol, from tho latter
ond of tho thirteenth century to tho pros-
ent time, tho Idoa that tho stock might bo
oxhnustcd docs not oppcar to havo been
seriously considered until of lato years.
Consequently, such a thing as economy in
obtaining or in using tho nrtlclo has
scarcely over been thought of. It I. cal-
culated that ns much coal is equivalent to
,., ,., , I., '.. rr,!.
ono-llfth of tho quantity fairly used. This
wast consists of small coal, and is got rid 1
of by boing sot llro to whon Its henps nc merclal ana Wasmngion avenues, jio oi
cumnlato fors to tue Polic the best St. Louis beor
Ono voar with another, nccordinc to a th
Parliamentary return in 1815. tho British
Islands produce sixty-Qvo million tons of
coal annually ; that is, forty-sovon and a
half millions aro used in England, ten
millions In Walos, und sovon and n half
millions in Scotland, tho supply from
Ireland boinc only ono hundred nnd
llfty thousand tons. In Iroland, howovor,
turf (which is dried peat) takes tho place
f coal. Of courso, coal is not peculiar to
tho above countries. J-rnnco yields bo-
twecn six and seven million tons, Belgium I
olght millions, Prussia nine ana a mm,
Austria about two hundred tnousana tons,
and Spain, including llgnilo, two hundred I
ana uiiy vuousanu ions per
Thero aro oxtensivo co.il Holds in India,
tho Burman ompiro, Coylon, Japan,
Borneo and China ; also, in Australia,
Madagascar, Qrconlnnd, and to nn im
monso extent In North America. Tho
consumption of coal in tho wholo world
may bo averaged nt ono hund red million
tons annually, of which slxty-fivo million
tons hnvo been suppliod from tho islands
of Groat Britain.
So lately as 1702 n writer in Chambors'
Encyclopedia," writing on this subject,
said : "It is calculatod that the coal
Mold of England and Wales would supply
sixty tons annually for a thousand years."
This shows how recently tho coal panic
lias arison. Prof. Uamsoy of tho Geolog
ical Society of England, latoly stated in a
public lecture that thoro woro many sound
rcusons for bclioving that coal would be
found bonoath tho now red sandstono and
Pormian formations ; that a majority of
tho English coal Holds have been joined
together in ono largo area, and that by
uowniurow nna omer inuus mo noius sep-
aratcd, but that tho intervening spaces
covered tho coal, which, still furtherburied
by tho natural forces, brought nbout tho
separation, bomo had, no doubt, bcon too
doeply buried to pay for getting, and somo
woro too thin for remunerative results,
though ut workable depths. Ho calculatod
that moro coal luy ut workable dopths
than appeared in tho fields. Tho South
Staffordshire field was supposed to contain
3,U01,C7S, 210 tons of coal, but beneath tho
Pormian formation woro 10,380,000,000
tons; tho Warwickshire field contained
lfi8,oi'6,ll4 tons, but that concealed should
bo put down at 2,-104,00OlO0O tons, nnd tho
Leicestershire coal Hold contained 830,
799,731 tons, but boncatli tho Permian
formation woro 1,790,000,000 tons of coal.
If thoso calculations nro correct (and
Prof. Ramsey, nn eminent sciontist, is a
prominent member of tho coal commis
sion appointed by tho British govern
ment), tlio re would appear to be no good
reason for the existing coul-punlc. If
that lifts arlsin out of, or has been fostered
by, tho manmuvres of speculators, it may
collapsa with a voloclty which will ruin
many of that class, leuving them to bo
"unwopt, unhonored and unsung." Now
York Evening Pot.
, FrtKD Itose, -Merchant tailor, No. 101
Commercial avonue. Both French and
Scotch Citssomorcs of all colors, Heavers,
and Broad Cloths, constantly on hand,
and all goods warranted. Dying in all its
brunches also carried on. 9-U7-d3w,
An unfurnished room and board for n
gentleman and wife, ono child under two
years of ago. Address with tonus.
Box 713 Cairo Ills. "B"
Office Caiko Citv Fkiiiiv Co.
Notico Is horoby given that a meeting
of tho stockholders of this company will
bo hold at tho company's office, corner o
Cth and Levee streot, in this city, on Tues
day, October 8th, 1872.
S. Staats Tavlok, President.
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 21st, 1872.
IF you wish to indulge 111 a doliclous
cigar, patronize P. Baup, Commercial uve-
uuo If you wish cood chowim? or si.u.v.
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
On July 80th Patrick Fitzgerald by
falling on 'lis uoorstcp broke two of his'
ribs. Having a few days before pur
clmssd an accident ticket for live days ut
tho railroad ticket oHlco ho has just re-
celvod forty-livo dollars as indemnity
for three weeks, disability. Uonorul
accident tickets insuring ngulnst death to
tho amount of $3000 or 10 dolfars per
wook Indemnity In case of disability from
any kind of accident are for sale at tho
Illinois Central lUilrotd ticket, olllco at
twenty-tivo conts for twenty-four hours
Lai1K8, ask to sco Mrs. Stvantlcr s now
crinoline tkirt and hustlo combined.
Itooms cither furnished or unfurnished,
on Sovonth stroot near tho Jllolock house.
Enquiro at tho Dlolock house
Illinois Ckntiiai, R. K. Co. 1
Aot's Ofick, Caiiio, Sopt. '20, '72.
To persons wishing to attend tho Union
Fair, to bo hold nt Contralla from Soptom
wr 30, to October 0, wo will sell oxcur-
i" tlckots to Contralla nnd return, nt ono
fro Bnd a fifth, for tho round trip.
Halo of tickets will commonco Septom-
her P.O. and bo discontinued after tho do-
.... At Mm 4 rnilii sit ilin ttirtvnlnr a
October 0. Tlckots good to return unti,
October 7, inclu. vo. Tickets will bo is-
mttr,A HAvlinS rttirf mills afsvnl rtr Afliolnl
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Jamks Johnson. Ag t.
irjKi ICE 1 1 ICE! It
From Wodnosday May 1st, the loo
wagon wm canvass tho city, to contlnuo
&uts tno summor months. Nono but
puro northorn lake Ico will bo dolivorcd.
Husk, Loomis, & Co.
" : ,
Blatt.au, whom everybody
J"10; nnd f .""i 'WMm
body, Is now fully Installed in his now
,? . ., ,
m.nvfnpn nil l-.li.httl fit Pont . ImlWHOn tJOni-
.' . . '
choicest brands of wino slid tho purest
H1 t o founi In tho city, nnd hopes
mcsc, civil ireaimoni nna n coruiai
- . . . A S If
rccopuon, win insure io mm n generous
sharo of public patronage. Co mo and
sec Louis in his new homo. Ho has n wol
como for everybody, nnd for you, reador
a cordial ono. tf.
WATEE-proof St. Louis Lager boor at
tho Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and never
have occasion to pay a doctor oil I
MoTUEn. oxamlno Mrs. Swander's un
(lor.vor for infants. You will bo do
If you want FinoToasor Coffees, Spico
or canned Fruits, choico fresh Butter, or
tho vory host Flour, go toT. W. Cameo's
grocory storo on AVushington nvenuo bo
tween Eighth nnd Ninth streets.
EICHHOFF FUltN ITU HE FACTO BY
Wm. Eiclihoff has purchased tho inter
est of his brothers in tho abovo establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnlturo manufacturing business with
great success. Ho has a Kill stock or extra
seasoned lumber on hand, nnd can war
rant ovory article ho manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of Bedsteads, Chairs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room nt tho fac
tory. . C26tf.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON OAIKO CITY
j ftm prcpared to negotiate tho above
Rmount on Cairo city property in turns of
from $500 to 550,000, on ilvo yenrs time,
inlorest in nor cent, and commissions
reasonable. Also ?500,000 to loan for
terms of flvo yoars on improved farms in
Soutuorn uiiols and Missouri. For
further particulars address mo at Carbon
d,llu inos, William II. Bom?,
a t.w w Loan Brokor,
iKs. Swandor has tho nowest styles o
braids, chignons, null's, etc. 'J-L'ldtf
1 " -
Accommodations for a gentleman nnd
lady und a fow day boarders may bo hail
by inquiring nt This Bulletin. Borer
encos given and required. sopt27tf
MEN I MEN 1 1 MEN 1 1 1
Wanted, 'i,000 mon to work on tho Mis-
aissippi Contrnl R. R., between Jackson
and Milan, Twin. High wages and
prompt pay. Station nnd section work
to let at from 10 to 22 conts pur yard.
Apply to M. Burns, Mechanics' Board
ing House, Cairo, or G. H. Tonny & Co.,
Contractors, Jackson, Tonn. Mr. Burns
has ample stnblo accommodation for
llorrcs, having built n now barn expressly
for n boarding stable.
STOP AND HEAD 1
GOOD NEWS EOK EVEItYBODY ! !
PLACE AVIIEHK YOU CAN IIUV AS
.MUCH FOR ONE DDI, I.Alt AS YOU
CAN ELSKWHKH l'Olt ONE dui.
I.AH AND A 4JUAUTEK.
Tho undorsigned would reijicctfully in
form tho public that thoy havo fitted their
new storo houso on Eighth street with the
finest and best assorted stock of
general morchandise ever boforo brought
to this market, nnd in order
to secure 11 largo portion of tho patronago
of tho public, wo uro determined to sell
our goods at lower ilguros than are otierod
lit any othor establishment in till city or
vicinity. Our stock is entirely now, and
bought expressly for the coming fall nnd
winter trado of this locality, and consists
of dry goods, clothing, boots and shoos,
lndios, gents and children hats, and all
othor articles to bo found In a first class
dry goods and clothing establishment.
Wo call ospocial ottnntion to our largo
assortment of dross goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete in
ull its details. Our stock of flannols, blank
ets, jeans and cassamercs is tho largest in
tho city, and wo aro enabled to offer spec
ial inducements to purchasers.
In Oentlemons' Clothing, Boots nnd
Shoos, Hats, CapB, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully prepared to meet all do-
mands at prices defying competition. As
It Is to tho Interest of ovory ouo to buy
whero goods aro cheapest and beet
wo cordially Invito tho public,
to call and oxamlno our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on tho cast
side of Eighth Btreot, botween Washington
and Commercial avenuos,
Blum ii Awio.v,
OKNAMENTAL IltON WOltKS
H011EUT WOOD. TII03. H- HOOT.
KOBEUT WOOD & CO.
i.i.i'i in i go ATonur( rnunanipriirif
fqil till -V.. t . . I 1. I tS-
ruuiii A JOES
For Dccornllnii Konnllni.
IKUOIW, ClIAtltS, UETrKKtf, Ac., Ad.
NEW STYLE WIlOttnllT.lltUN HAILINO (or
front of Ifoiiro nnil Cumnlprlcd. Nerer lidfnrn
lubj a lltlildlnra nnd Hnunrpi. Coinetorv I.oln.
CAST AND WROIIfl lT.lltn.V UAII.TNT.H for
nnd Unnlen Konccn, lutconlon, Hoof Crostlugs,
etc.. in Rrint tnrlslr of Pnttcrn.
IKON HTAIIta. H)lrl nml lrlKhl, ol ynrintii
i Mtnrnt nml tvic. rincclnl nllenllon clton thli
cIib of work,
I.AMI I'OaTB. for Fronts or I'll i o lMi III nifs.
Ilntrli, nnd City Streets, ol Plain andlntornla
HiAHLK nnirius.oiUMianu wrouunt-iron.
ol New Improred BtylOK. xucli M Kny Kneki,
Slnll lMtlMonn, Jlonnots, Harness llrackets, (lilt-
iprn, Traps, v eniiiniora. cc.
WIKE WORK of cory description. Wire
Guards of Crimped Wirr.UAlvitnUcd or l'ftlnted,
in I'UIn or Ornnmonlnl PMterns, fur Store Doors
or Windows, factory nml Warehouse Windows,
lutiunas lor unices, uanx. uounior iiihiuk",
llnlconlfs, I.nwn nd Farm Kfnccs, Ac., Ac.
(1ATE8 for rnlrnnco tu Umetrles. t'ubll"
Squares and Oentlcinen's Country Sent, of On.
ititjinuor wroucnt-iron. ooui smuio anu uouuie.
In olabornto tan simple dpslgns.
imiNKiNO koiintainh. lor street ukps. a
rery Inrnu astortment of designs expressly for
OAST-IRON ultlNAIj IIOXK. for rubllfl Harks
ana cut sireoui.
UVAI. VAHEH. lntri.t ilvles. penlannlnl pattern
HITCHING l'OSTd, Joeltey, Coolie, Hninlio niiJ
plain uesiKns. t otoni.ui
Vim-car Hitter uro nut n. vile rnncv tmri
made ol Poor Hum, Whisky, IToof fjplrlts tuid
Iteliiso Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened
to please tlio laste, railed "Tonics," ' Appetizers."
" Uei.torers." Ac, that lead tho tlnnleroii to drunk-
tuncss and ruin. Imt aro a truu Medicine, iuad
from tliu iiittlvu roots nnd herbs of California. Ireo
from nil Alcoholic Stimulants. Thoy ure the (ircat
Itl'xi.l l'tirlilcr an.l a I.ire-KlMuc Principle, a Perfect
llvunvator and Itivlttoraliirof ihoSjslt'iti, cnrrtlnK
o.r nil poisouotH mutter and notorial; the buxxl
to n healthy cotulltloti. cnrlelilnir It. refrcshlne nnd
Itivkoratltiir botli inlml nnd lto.lv, Thej are cosy
of adiiilnWtrailuii. nrouuiL 111 their action, certain
In tticlr results, safe and reliable tu all forms of
N I'rrsnii ran Inkr these Hitters accord
Inc tn dlreclloni. utul rcliialuloui' unwell. nroUiltd
their hones nro not destroyed by mineral iwlson
or otner means, nun the itai organs wiusteu uejoun
the liolnt ufrctmlr.
l)ysicln hi-llMllKeatlnn, Hoailaolie, I'alu
in mo Miouiuers, louuiis, uetnucsj 01 tuc (.nesi
..(, ..Ill, ll'll, III ULIIHIVII1 "I ,IIU ,,1111.11 ii, imu
Taste In the .Mouth, Illllous Attack1), IMIpltuilon of
llie Heart, innamuintlou or the l.nncs, i-ntn in the
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
yiuptuins, are IhootTsprlucs of Dyspepsia. In these
complaints it has no equal, nnd one liotllo will
proic a uctier Gunrnaiec 01 iu uients man
lnr Keiniilv Coiimlnliita. In Tounz er oM
married or Mngl". nt the dawn of womanlioo.1, or
the turn 01 ute, tneso ionic iiiiiith ni'piay bo ue
ciuiii un iniineuce mm u marKeu uuprutenieut 1
For Inlliiiniiintnrv nml Chronic Tlhtu
iiuIUiii anil Uotit. DtJiiciifU ur IndlireMlon. nil
Ion". Itcmitlent nml Intermittent Fctcrs, Irt'cases
or the lllood, Uver, Kidneys ami Illadder, theo
Hitters have been most Micccuful. Such Dlea.t-s
nre ran--oil bv ltlateil UI001I. which a Rencrally
pnxiuceii oj cieranneuieui 01 111c innesiuu wrpans,
Thrynre nOrntle PnrRntlve n wtll in
u I onic, posscMlhi; also the peculiar merit ol act
Inn 01 u poiverful airent In relievltiic t'onuestlon or
liutamniatlon or the uver uuu uceral Organs ami
in lilllous Dl.-eiiies.
Fur Skin Dlarairs, Hniptlom, Tetter, Salt'
lthcuni, Illoulies, bpots, Pimples. Pustules, IlolM,
Cntliuncles, ltlng-worni", Scald-Head, Sure Kits,
Krj hliielai. Itch, ScurK Dlncoluratlous of the bkln.
Humors nnd DUeaM'4 of tho Skin, of whatever
name or nature, nre literally tluR up nod carried
out of the system In a feliort time by the uo of these
lilttcrx. One holile tn mch cas will convince tho
most Incredulous or their curallv e ctrects.
Cleuitse tht Vltlnted llliiml whenever ou
tlud Its Impurities btirMine throuKh the skin In
I tuii'iv., I.I 11,1111111-,, VI i livuiiri; IV wmu JUU
find it obstructed and sIukkIsii In the veins; clcunte
it when 11 is roiu : youriwuncs win ten jou when.
Keep the blooil pure, and the health of the sjstcm
Urntefnl Thntisnnils proclaim YlNKOSlt Iltr-
Ti:ius 1110 most wonucnui inviporani mat ctcr eu
la neu 1110 HnKltie srstein.
I'lti. niiir, nan oilier wninis, lurkinc in
tho system of to many thousands, are ritectually
destrojed and rcmoted. Says a dlnltiirulshed
pliyslolu'lt: Thero Is scarcely un IndlWdualoulho
race uf the earth vrhone body Is exempt from tho
preseucu of worms, it is not upon the healthy
ilciiHiitH of tlio body that worms e.lt, but upon
the diseased burnetii and slimy depoMts that bleed
Iheso livltiR mouHters of difeaM-. No system or
medicine, no vermifuges, 110 nulhelmlmtics, will
free the system fiom worms llko Ihcsu Hitters.
Mrt'liuiih nl l)l.niou, I'crvous engaged In
Paints and .Minerals, such n.s Plumbers, Type
setters, tlold-bcatcrs, nnd Itinera, us they advance.
In life, are subject to paralysis of the llowcK To
guard tigalust this take a doso of WALitru'.i Yin'.
1:11 mi liiTTUtis twice a week,
llllliius, lloinltti'iit, nml Iiiterinlltrnt
I'i vi i, which nro so prevalent lu the valleys or
our great rivers throughout tho United Stales,
especially thoo of tlio MtalMlppl, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Hed,
Colorado, llrazos, Hlo (irnnde, Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Itoanoke, Jnmes, nuj many
others, with their vast tributaries, thioughoiit our
entire country daring thu .Summer ami Autumn,
und remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat
nnd illness, nto Invariably accompanied by exten
t-Uo derangements or tho stomach und liter, und
other abdominal Wsccta. In tlielr treatment, a
purg.tllvo, exerting n puwcrrtil Itiiluenco upon these
vailoiH nigans, Is essentially necessary. There Is
110 catharilo lor tlio purpose equal to int. J. Walk
ru'H VisEOAtt llnTKiis, as lliey will spedlly
rcmovulhoiUrk-colorciUlscId mailer with ttlucli
tho bowels nro loaded, at tho H.imo time Humiliating
tliu secretions of the liver, and gcnerully restoring
tlio healthy functions oftlioillgisllvo organs.
.Sciofiiln. or King's I'vll, Whlto HwcIIIdks,
Ulcers, Krynpelas, Swelled Neck, (loltre, Scrofulous
Inilaiiimallons, Indolent Intlammations, Mercurial
Aifvciioiis, Old Soics, i:riiilluisof the Skin, Soro
Djes, etc., etc In these us In all other coustltu
llutiJl I)e.i-es, Wai.ki:i:'s Vim;imu IJirrKiuhnvo
shown tlielr i;reat ctiratlvo powers In tho must
ehstinalo und intractublo eases,
l)r. AVulkpr'it I'Mllfuriilii Vinegar Hit
ters net 011 nil llie.su cases lu a rimiiar manner.
Hy purifying the lllood they remove the cause, nnd
liy icsolWiig away the eilccta of tho luilammutlou
(the tubercular dcpoidt.' ) tlio ulfccled patts receho
lieallh, nnd a permanent euro Is ctrected.
The iiiiprrllc ol 1)11. WAI.KKh'.s VlNTOAIi
Ilivrmis aro .tperlent, Diaphoretic, carminative,
Nutritious, ljixutlvc, uiuretlc, rdatlve. Counter
Irritant, Midorltlc, Alterative, und AntPltlllous.
Tho A pi i li nt nml mild Laxative pioperlles
of int. Uai.k tu's ViNKiiAit Hirraus uro tlic best
safivguard In cases nf ctuptlous nnd malignant
fevers. Their balsanilo, healing, nml soothing pro
perties protect tlio humors of tho fauces. Their
Mdatlvv properties allay pain In tlio nervous sys
tem, stomach, and bowels, from Inflammation,
wind, colic, rramps, etc,
Thrlr Ciiiiiile r-li rltunt liifluciico ex
tends throughout tho system. Their Antldilllvus
properties ullmuluto tlio liver, III tho sccicllon or
bile, nnd Us illschurges through the biliary ducts,
un J aro superior to ull remedial agents, fur llio cure
of unions I'ever, l'ever and Ague, etc,
Fortify tho body iiKaliint disease by
purifying all Its Bulds with YtNErun IliTTKits. Nn
epidemic can take hold of u system thus foro-nnned.
Directions. Take of tho Hitters on going to
bed at night from a half to ono nnd one-half wine
glassrul. Kat good nourishing food, sucli us beef
steak, mutton chop, unison, roust beef, ami vege
tables, and luko out-door exercise. They aro
composed of purely vegetable, lugrcdlcuts, uud
contain no spirit.
it. ii. Mcdonald at co
Druggists and (leu, Agts.. Hun Prnuclsco, Cal., A
cor, of Washington and Charlton Sis., N.V.
bUl.l) 11Y Al.l. DHUUU1STS A DiUfGIlS.
AltK YOU GOING WEST?
If so, tako ouralvlceaml purchase your ticked,
over tl old reliable and popular Miseovai Pa
cing KiimoAD, which Is positively the only line
running throo dully express trslus from Hi, f.ouls
to Kansas City and tlio west I uud is positively
tho only lino which runs I'ullmiu palnco slcepors
nnd flan dny cnaelies, especially for movem,
equipped with Jllller's safely platform, and thu
patent tleain brake, from St, Louis to Kansas
City, rt. Scott. Lawrmicp. l,nvHiiworth. Atnlif.
son, St. Jo.oph, Nebraska City, Council blutls
ami Omaha without chango I For Information la
regard to time tables, rales, to., to any point iu
Mlisour , Nebrusku, Kansas, Colorado, Toxas. antl
l,lh.rnMli ta" upon or addri.s H. U. Thompson,
Agent, Missouri I'aclflo It. It. Columbus, Ohio or
Mo. ' Pasiengsr Agsot, Ht, Louis,
No troubU toauswercorrcpondence. t-
HAKKY WALKEK & CO., Prop'rs.
This house It newly fitted up With two
And two Hue
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds of
with the licst
are compounded lu the most approved styl
OarCoino nml hb for yourself. They keep
un iiunu a iiiiu muck oi
COLD WEJSS BEER,
SOHWK1T.EU OHKKSK ANU HOI
EEFltESIDI E.T TABLES
arc spread morning ami evening at
o'clock, nt which all aru invited to par
pate free ol charge. s-I:Iil
Ii Y E X I N G
EVEHY STOVK IS GUAHANTKKIJ
touivk a noun unikoum and pi.kahant
IIKAT, TO USK LKHS WOOD, AUK MOKK
t'AHKr'ULI.V KITTKI), AUK MOK
KAH1I.Y ANII CIIKAI'LY MOUNTED,
AUK UNDKK MOKK l'KIIKKCT
CONTitOL, HAVE A HTllONUI'.lt
(live hotter satlsfnetlou, anil hold for a
Less Price thiin any
SHEET 1HON 1'AltLon STOVE
In tho market. .Sold hy
EXCELSIOU MANUF'O COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. IIEKDEHSON,
PARKER & MONTAGUE,
Proprietors of tho
SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
Comer 7th t.trcel and
jOT'l'lie ht brands of Cigars, ehohj
Wiucs, Liijuors, etc., always on iiami,
Our Homo AdvortiBors.
C'OMMIHHION AND fORWAUDINO.
OkMKNT, PLABTKn l'AIHf,
PL AS TK Hint'S II A 1 11,
NO. 71 OHIO I.RVKK, tTNPKIt CITV NATION
vTl'or thn tmriioou of biilldlnir tin n
wholesale trade In Cairo, I will cell to tletil.
eiH and contractors In Iota of Nl barrels und
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
uairo. August 1 a, ltJT'J.
STKATTON & BIRD,
(HuacessorR toHtratton, Hudson Clark,)
57 Ohio Iovoo, Cairo, Illinois
MILLER & PAHKKH,
FOHWAKDING A1KKCUAN TS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Outs, Hay, etc.,
AOKN'TS yon FAIKHANK'S SCAJ.KS
Ohio Luvue, CAIItU. ILLINOIS.
Gonoral Conimisaion Morciian
133 OHIO LKVKK,
W. M. WIM.IAMH, .lA8. Iil.NtlI.KV,
J.nln of VicliiliurK, Miss. i.t ol Cin'tl,
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Sl'EOIALHAII.ltOAI), HtKAMIIOAT AND
FOKWAItDINtl AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
7-t t r.
JOHN B. 1'HLLIS !c SON,
(Successors to John II. i'liiltu.)
DEALERS IN II AY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVE
UAL LID AY BROTHERS,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
M II It It II A N TM.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
An.) Anonts of
IillIO KIVEIt AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levkk,
J. M. PIIILLII'S & CO.,
(Huccesirs to K. It. Ucuilrlciis & Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adfancoineots ma.lo si?rrf
Upou UouslKameuts. aftv
Are prorarcil to roceiru, storo ami lorwarJ
freinlitH (o all puinU and buy an.l
.sell on commission,
Wriluslncss ailiin.tej to iiriunptly;
Z. 1). MATIIUHS.. K. O .UIII,
MATI1U8S & UIIL,
C O M M I S S I ON M E R C HANTS
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
HO . 3 OHIO MSYKB.
FOR ONE I) AX ONLY.
.MUSEUM AND .MENAGERIE
Will fhlhlt III thli Hty on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEU SECOND
(ii:nj:u Ciidaii .V- Elkvk.viii srs.
This c(itiiiaiiy hnsliecu lart'idy ntlinneuteil
since their la-t l-lt to thl elty, aro mnv lv
Inn l:sr bi'ttrr iii-rformrnce' than liefuri".
Two n;rform.nu'i's at " anil 7 nVlnek i.m,
Ailmlltnnei'. .V) cent": Cliil.lri'ii iniiler ID
Fur further particulars ce 'mall hilN ami
W. II.IM.A'IT, Cic-is. Director.
L. M Vl'.lts. Ai.'1-nt.
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, hotweon Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
Is rfcelTlEg tlalljr ntw lnolcc of
01 UTcry tletcrlptlon, an.l at I'aicti toScit the
TDK LATKHT STYI.KH OF
SI'RINCr AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
DOLLY VAHDKN (iLOVKS,
DOLLY VAItDUN SUNSHADES
DOLLY VAKDKN PARASOLS, inc.
1'o'uther with all the other articles kept
M a Flr-t t.'la-s .Millinery ami Trimmlnii?
lnn: To In; Mild at the very lowc-t llaurt,,
3T" Call ami seo her. No trouble to show
DECORATIVE. I(JN ami ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARRL1NO
of every Dc-criiitlon.
DECORATINfi AND (ML 1)1 NO
In overv stvlc, plain nml ornamental.
1'ai'tlctilar ntti'iitiou jial.l to (il.iss GII.IIiil'
orilers sollcltcil for Scenery, Kreroe ami
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
(till, plain ami oriiaiuental. All woik in
tni'li'il to my earu will Im prumptlv at
tcnilcil to. .-hop lu I'errv llouv, corner ol
Cominerclul avenue itmt Eighth street,
As an Invlicorstor, I.lTer Corrector
nnd lllood KcnoTotor Ii iuprior to all th
Illltcra. Elixirs, CordlnU ana Haran
(irtriltna la uo. It Ii so adapted to the whoU
lyitcm that every organ and function tn the bodjr Ii
brouilit under Its ihtlaratlnglnBoanca. It glvea
tone and atrcnetb to tlto dlgoMttvo ap
tmrntna, dispel Ian irnor and debility,
InvlRoratcH tlio Liver, rrirulntcM tu
Klilnoyn and IlowolH, removes tUa effct of
oxconor orertaiation of any kind and gtVM vl
talily nnd richncaa to tho blood.
Its curatiro powers alter and completely reorgan
ize tlto entire man of fluids and even tho loliila of
tho Imn'an system, tberely preventing and curing
l3-Hfiitio nnd Conanmptlvo Hymp
tomn, rover and Ague, Bilious) Dlcn
oh, Fevrra of all klndatNervonn Debil
ity, AlTectlonsi of tbo Rlomncls and
liotvelN, ete. As a mild and delightful Iotlgo
rout for delicate femalea, it lias bo ttipertor.
By Its u.e new life and vigor ! given to both body
and mind, lending a glow or vitality through every
part, which i permanent and lantlns;.
lilt the moet etTctual remedy for the relief of
humau aufferfng ever discovered, and as pleasant to
the tate an old rye or fine wine.
x WE CHALLCNGE x
X & X THE X&X
x WORLD x
To produce a more delicious medicine to lake, yetlS
potent for the prevention and cure of dtieaia aa
ii:. mitsra wosu's sovio act suoo tuiinu.
Price or Mottles for to.
rrepared by the Oraften Medicine Co,, BT, LOfJIg,
Mo, Bold by BraMlati .and dealers la Mediate n
e vi ry where.