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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1872.
p. nllrlia BalMlstR
lift Jko. TuxR 1 erecting a frume
dwelling houn on Soventh tre. neir
Wk fH attention to the nollco of the
managers of the Bismarck Bund, In an
Wood for $1 00 per load at the Box
Factory. lP-fi-o o d-3m.
Flttsn oyster received dally nd for
tale by the whole or half can nt Phil.
TiHR are rooms for ton good board en
at the Court-Houso hotel, and the table
supplied with the best in the market.
lO-6-o. 1 w
Awotukr brick ttilldinir of two stoaies,
twenty-five by tblrty-slx feet, will shortty
be erected by Mr. Tom. Boyle, on the
corner of Twenty-third and Cedar streets.
AVATER-proof St. Louis Lager sold at
tho Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and never
have occasion to pay a doctor bill.
Mr. C. Clobb is about to erect a fine
two story brick building, twenty-live by
thirty six feet, on Walnut and Centru
streets. Mr. Oeoruo Cliristman, we be
lieve, is to do tho brick work.
Ir you wish to inuuigu in a delicious
cigar, ptroniro P.Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you with good chowmg or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Cigar store. If
For Rent, a two-story business house,
on Commercial avenue, betwqen Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is wel
adapted for Saloon and Boarding bouse
Apply to Joiin Ueoarty, No. 89, Ohio
We have been requested to state that
tho bridge across Cncho river on th
Mound City road is unsafe. Arrangement
have been irmdo to repair it at once and it
will require HbOUl a week or ten days to
restore it to a safe condition.
Gait. Jas. Uoou of tuo Mississippi
Valley Transportation Company of St.
Louis, Mr J. O. Iliiyworth and Mr. P.
Diggy of ChlcMgo, L'eut. Col. J S' Den
nis and Mr. Ltndsur Kuj.'el and lridy,
were guests at the St Cnarlns yesterday.
Mr L. W. riTtLWELL, president of the Y.
M. C. A., and superintendent of Methodist
Stbbath school has returned from an ex
tended visit East, much improved in
health and spirit', of course, but glad to
'l back to Cairo. lie is a tingle man
still but not without hupo.
TlIX executive committee of tho
Greelny and Brown club are making pre
parations for a monster demonstration in
this city on the lMhol tho preient month,
which, if accomplished, will eclipse in
nvignitudo anything of the kind that has
ever occurred hee befure.
Mb.Uio. Steikuouse, barber and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial avcnup.deaircs toctll the attention
of tho bearded community to his neatly ar
range 1 saloon, and the fact that he is mas
ter of bis profession in all its branches.
He has bearded many a lion in his den, and
calls (or more. tf.
Mr. Frank II tefela hat opened a meat
market on W.ishingtnn avenuo next door
to Tanner's grocery store, between Tenth
and Eleventh streets, to which ho invites
the attention of the public. Tho best of
meats of all kinds kept constantly on hand
and delivered to any part of the city.
Market open morning and evening every
day. 10-1-tf. '
Mr. Jno. IUfele, proprietor of the
Central Meat Market located on Washing
ton avenue Uh door below Tenth street
Keeps the very best of meat always on
hand, and will deliver it in any quantity
from one to one thousand pounds at any
time t'j any part of the city free of charge.
Wz call the attention of contrac
tors and the trade generally to tho card of
Mr. C. Close wno is oflermg lime in bulk
in car limd lots at 20c. per bushel, adding
freight, lime in barrel 90c per barrel ad
ding freight. Cement $1 GO per barrel
adding freight. Mr. Closo Las hipped
and sold In. the last ten days 6,000 barrels
of lime and cement at his pluco of busi
ness No. 71 Ohio Loveo.
What a delightful front itreet we will
hava if the provisions of tho ordinance
regulating the removal of tho railroad
tracks and graveling the space between it
and the sidewalk aro carried out, and if
our leveo merchants conclude to have
the plank sidewalk reduced in size by
taking 0 feet off the outer edge of it, as
wo hoard It suggested that they should,
the beauty and service of the broad street
will be greatly enhanced and tho exponse
f keeping tho sidewalk in repair ma
terially reduced. We think Its reduction
would bo a splendid idea, and as it is by
our means original with us wo can speak
of it without reserve or hesitation. Re
duce It by all means.
It will bo remembered that somo fivo
or six weeks ago tho sherlfl of Mississippi
county was killed by a whlto man
while in the discharge of bis duty, and af
terward this man, we have lost his name,
paraded the streets of Osceola surrounded
by one hundred negroos as a body guard,
defying arrest by the officers of tho law
Subsequently, however, ho was taken and
it now about to be tried tor his crimes, ana
the result is that matters aro assuming
a very warm temperature in and around
Osceola. Bodies of negroes aro moving in
the place from all directions, threatening
tho authorities and peoplo with annihlla
tionifthls man is dealt with as he justly
deserves. As tho steamer St. Joseph
pmsed n landing bolow Oicoola twonty
four negroes came on board for Osccolai
and as tho officors of tho
steamer know nothing of their intentions,
were out off at tho city. Aftorwnrd her
officors found that other steamers tho day
beforo had brought a great many negroes
from Memphis and way points for tho
same destination, and they were lso told
upon inquiry, that tho negroes were mov
ing upon, and intended to tako tho town,
Tho people of Osceola aro frightened, of
course,as they have had enough experience
to know exactly .hat to expoct from
lot of Ignorant colored peoplo led on by
td white men. We oxpect to hear of
livelv times by tho next packet up. This
trouble, threatening their lives, must seem
very hard to the peoplo of Osceola, com
ing, as it does, upon the heels of a hurri
cane, which swept away many of the
buildings of tho placo, and raising cain
generally. Either tbolr sins must be
many or tlioy are a torribly persecuted
633 Oxfokd Stkkkt, W. C, 1
London, Sept. 28th, 187U.
Dear Slit: I beg respectfully to annex
copy of a circular as sent to tho tnedicino
vendors and others in the states and else
where by two or three individuals (of lit
tle or no means), under the stylo of '-The
New York Chemical Company," which
company had co axistenco until October,
1871, und with which I had no connection.
The more tlectually to deceive, they cau
tion the public as follows :
"Tho immense demand for 'Uollnway s
Pills and Ointment' has tempted unprin
cipled parties to counterfeit theso valua
" In order to protect tho public and our
selves, we have iurd a new 'Trade Mark,'
consisting of an Egyptian circle ot a ser
pent with the letter 11 In the centre, bv
ery box of genuine 'ilolloway's Pills uud
Uintment will have this trade mark on it.
None are genuine without it.
TO DEALERS AND Ji'BIIEHS 1ST DKUOS AMD
" We call your particular attention to
the new style of -ilolloway's Pills and
uintment nnno ol the old style are man
ufactured by us now, nor have they been
lur months. We therefore caution all pur
chasers against receiving from any job
bers or dealers the old rtyle of goods.
"Information co. cernining any such
goods being offered will be received with
" Wo ask tho favor of all tho informa
tion ou can give in regard to those coun
terfeits." Now this honorablo company, awaro
that your laws do not permit them to copy
tho precise getting up of my medicines,
put their counterfeits into unother form
and intimate that they adopt a new label.
1 ho object of these people in referring
to the immenso demand for these medi
cines Is, that it may be believed that I am
connectel with them.
In tho interest of tho public, I there
fore respectfuly Invito you to bo pleased
to give an insertion to this letter in your
paper, that your readers may not bo de
ceived by this "New York Chemical Com
pany's" spurious medicines.
Each pot and box of my genuine mcdi
cinei bear tho British government stamp,
with tho words "Ilolloway's Pills and
Ointment, London," but they uro not sold
in tho United States.
(Signed) Thomas Hollowat.
ATTENTION BISMABK BUND.
The members of the Bismark Bund are
hereby requested to meet at their (Phil
harmonic) ball this Friday night at half
past 8 o'clock for tho transaction of im
portant business. All thoso who wish to
becomo mombers aro cordially invited.
By order of
HERMAN MEYERS, Pros't.
John W. Proess, Scc'y.
IN TtlE OOLDK.V AQE OF O1RLIIO0D
Preserve tho beauty of tho teeth with
Sozodont, and then, whon tho hair is sil
vered and tho eyes dimmed with years,
tho mouth will still reveal two flittering
rows of unsullied ivory. lO-Cd&w-lw.
Wonderful to relate there was not a
single or a 'double case of misdemeanor
before tho polico magistrate yesterday,
and tho venerable 'Squire is dejected
He says ho cannot imagine what the
p'aguod old town is coming to, He
fears that it will Income so moral after
while that Paducnh peoplo will feel it has
no attraction for them.
Louis Ijlattkau, whom everybody
knows, and who is the friend of everj
body, is now fully instilled in his new
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Wa.hlngton avenues. Ho of
fers to the public the best St. Louis beer
the choicest brands of wine and the purest
liquors to be found in the city, and hopes
that these, rivil treatment and a cordial
reception, will Insure to him a generous
share of public patronage. Come and
see Louis in his new homo. He has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial one. tf.
A colored man by the name of Wm
Harableton, found a pocket book in the
river yostorday, which contained a ticket
to H-lena on the steamer Belle of Pike,
and the check of the boa, fur a trunk, or
other piece of baggage, but no name to in
dicalo the owner. The ticket had room
41 marked on it. The Bello of Pike was
at our wharf only a few days aco, and
the supposition is that the pocket book
was stolen from one of hor passengers
riled of what money it may have con
tained and then cast Into the river. It
is hardly possible that the owner fell over
board and so lost his pockot book, at such
IMtilt HrMly occur.
Comprcisod Yoast just received and for
sale at R. V. Belzner's, No. 142 Commer
cial Ave. 10-10. 3t
Two mortar mon wanted to work on tho
tYrah engino house, No. 2. Waijos two
dollars anil fifty cents por day, payable
every night or at the end of each woek to
suit the workmen. O.Steele.
Steamer City of Helena, St. Louis.
" Andy Ackly, St. Louis.
" Wm. J. Lewis, Vlcksburg.
" Belle of Pike, St. Louis.
" Mallio Ragnn, Louisvlllo.
" U. S. Turnor, Now Orleans.
11 St. Joseph, Memphis.
" J. J. Abert, Mound City.
" Jim FUk, Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer City of Helena, Vlcksburg.
" Andv Atkley, Shrcveport.
" Wm! J. Lewis, St. Louis.
Bello of Piko, Memphis.
" Mallio Ragou, Louisvillo.
" U.S. Turner, St. Louis.
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
" J. J Abert, St. Louis.
" James Fiok, Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
1JIO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, 111"
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon implication,
H. V. Oltimiant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent 3-15-ly.
BOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho fine pa'senger steamer Pauline
Carroll will leavo for New Orleans at C
o'clock this evening. The elegant Anchor
lino packet Juliu is tho boat leaving at C
o'clock this evening for Memphis, V icks
burg and all way points. Tho favorito
City of Chester is tho regular packet for
St. Louis and way landings, leaving this
day at 0 o'clock p m. The regular Evans
ville packet leaves at C o'clock this morn
ing. Tho Jim Fisk Jr., is tho mail packet
for Paducah this evening at 4 o'clock.
CONDITION OF TUB KIVKK3.
Tho river continues falling steadily at
this point. Tho river between hero and
Evansville is lower now than at nnv time
this season. At Henderson bar thero is
only 22 inches reported by tho packets
At Pittsburg tho river is falling with no
prospects of un oarly rise There is noth
ing better to report from the Mississippi.
Thero Is 5 feet largo at Power's Island.
Birds Bend continues in its same con
dition, and snags aro thick as ever, not
withstanding tho fault that ono of the
tnag boats worked thoro noarly two
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
There was only a nioderato amount of
business dono at tho landings yesterday
Tho weather was clear with a cold north
The Andy Ackley had 35 tons of freight
and all the people she could accommodate
for Red river and expects to fill out her
freight list at tho mouth of Red river.
The City of Helena and Belle of Pike
had good trips and added largely here.
The latter did not arrive until eleven
o'clock Wednesday night.
The Wm. J. Lewis from icksburg
was Hying light and took nothing hero.
The Mallie Ragon, after a tedious trip
ol nine days from Louisville, reached
here early yesterday morning with two
barges in tow loaded with potatoes and
aborted freight. Her crew looked ts
though they were nearly pegged out. She
found only twenty-two inebes at Hender
son and left the K. P. Uracey agroui.d
Cltjr National Bank Building.
ssPpeeial attention paid to order Irom etean
boats nlithl ordav
t rrjnhw . . i m . i
Ka-syrM oi me condition ci tne uty riuonai
7 -'- nu, ai airu mine ivaiv vi iinnuii i
clouof buitocu October 3d,
- ui.buuiiiim 9-?, II
U S. bonds to secure elrcul.
lion......... ioo,(X) m
U. S. bonds on hand 2J.CJO 00
Other tlocki, bond and n ort-
Uue from redeeming and re-
serve agenti ..f IM MH M
I ue from national banks 31,137 OT
Due from tutebanki and bank '
21.10.1 ni isT.aoa s
Hanking home 25,(iO 00
Olherrealeatate 10.UUU W 3S.000 00
- f. . .....a... ........ , tJ
Tarn paid US to
ath Iteitit, Including itamps.. 4,877 78
llilli of national banki 4,7GO 00
Fractional currency, Including
nlcktU 1,327 CO
Fpccle, co'n S.HO 01
Legal tender notes 21, WO u) ,U,620 23
Capital stock paid in lOO.ono 00
Surptui fund 25,0 A) CO
bzenange r 2,515 67
Irtereit 11,471 33
Trod! and Iom 21.U3J WS iU.OM 02
Circulation out'tinjlng VO.tiUO (M
Individual dcpotlli 8.15, I'll 3'i
Due to itate banks and bankers. 7.CG0 t.7
State of Illinois county of Ale tander, n.
I, A II, SafTord, cathier of the City National Hank
of t'l iro, do solemnly wear th t the above talemcnt
Is true la the best of my knowledge and belief.
A. 11. SAKKO' If, Ca-hler.
Subscribed and sworn t before me this lOthdayof
II It. CANDEE, Notary Public.
Correct Attest ;
It II. CUNNINGHAM,")
'). I). WILLIAMSON, V Directors
II. 1. HALLIDAY, J
Our Home Advertisers.
REGULAR CAIRO, PADtHJAII A EVAS
VILLE SEMMVEKKLY V. 9.
Th Past and Elojsnt raairng r Btesmsr
Jack (Hummer, Master.
Ed. Thomah. c.'iprk.
fc3T Leaves Cairo for l'ntlucah and Ev.in
vllle, every Tlnimlny ami Sutiilay rvctilnu,
' " " wn:f imiiiui uiiu ui r.vaiiMiiic witii
the Lotiixvlllc and Cincinnati packet?. For
iruigm ur jmiiniiKC nppiy to
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH Jk EVANS
VJLLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
HEN. HOWARD iln.tcr
Necilky Kudu clerk
jari.eavcs Cairo for Paducah anil Evnn
ville every Tu.csd.iv nnd Kriilnv nvpulti,- nt il
o'clock, i'or freight or pasagc apply on
.Iambs Itinos, l'nengcr Ab'i.
flMIIMI Y-NINTIt report of th
X the First National Hank of Cairo,
close of builncst October 3d, 1872.
Loans and discounts
U S. llondi to secure circulation
U. S. bonds and securities on
Other stocks, bonds and mort
gages I'ue from redeeming and re
Due from uther national banks...
L)ue frcm banks and bankers...
furniture amd (inures
('ash Items. Including revenue
t ash on hand In coin 1,67
Tap tal stock
Exchange interest, profit and loss
: condition of
Illinois, at the
I fO.211 01
1,' )M fc5
1 4J 31.9S7 41
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVII.I.K
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
Tho tine low pressure Passenger Packet
.. r.,105 tn
... fMI.UKI 10
.. 105,1.0 30
State of Illinois, Alexander county, ss
1, I'anici iiuro, presiueni 01 tne
Hank of Cairo, do solemlv swear that
ment is true to the
best ef ,i y
ubstribed and sworn to before me
of October. 187.'
. HAS. CUNNINGHAM, N
Correct Attest .
noin V MILLE
the above state
knowledge and belief.
1 1, 1'resldent.
this 'lenth day
W. U. PENNINGTON Mast
ISTLeavcs Cairo every Wctlnevlay anil
Saturduy evcnliiL' at (J o'clock, for Patlu ah
..! LVn..L, IIL L r...l..l. ....
... in,-" , 1 H iiuijus (Jl 'nruit
li on uouni or 10
J Am kb Hir.08, Passenger Ak'I
CAIKO AND PADUCAH
MAII, HO AT.
Trae splendid steamrr
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), ul
4 a.m. For freight orpaniai:e ujiply 1 11 lio.-in.
or to Jas. llltios, ab'I.
CAIlti. AND MOUND 01TY
WANTS TO KN'OW
I mncn is tue iit.x m AcmxEi ,
THE "USHT RUNNING"
Will make Hire trips disily.
I.EAVINO CAIRO I I.KAV'd MOUND CITV
AtT .... a.m. I At S-T) a.m.
At 11 11.111 I At li'M p.m.
At4::in . .11.111. At I! n.m.
Fare each wuy, .10 cents; 10 ticket lor
?J ). 111 latul, until lialleil, at any gooi'
Intcrmciliutu landing for passenger, r.i
Itnmodiatoly 600 hands to work on tho
C. A.&T. it. R. Good station work at
from 18 to 23 cents per yard. Wages
$2.00 and 2.2S per day.
II . J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
Tie contractor! and tie men on the C. A.
&T. R.R.at25ctiportle. Apply to
J. II. IIethunk,
I0.10.lmo. Charleiton Mo.
"Win. ElchhntT bai purchased the Inter
est of his brothers In the above establish'
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting the
Furnituro manufacturing business with
great success. Ho has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every artlclo ne manufactures; Ho
hts also a full stock of Jltdtttad, Chairs.
Tables, Buroaus, Desks, ward robes, mat.
tresses, eto , always on hand, and his price
defy competition. Bales room atthafac
83.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tancr's
to purchaso 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 JKo.l in Cairo.
o.24dio. John Tanf.r.
HtSYou can buy six
and ono-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and ono-half libs. Prime
Hio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
. J r 1 smmiisr
Ml I.I.I Kit!'.
prsstati a re
cord of s:::ssi
tke Hstcry cf
A jtnts wanted .
" DOMESTIC" S. M. Co., New York.
STOP AND HEAD!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
A place where you can buy as much for
as you can elsewhere for
O.VE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undersigned would re.pectfully in
form the public that thoy have fitted their
new storo house on Eighth street with tho
finest and best assorted stock of
general merchandito evor beforo broucht
to this market, and in order
to secure a largo portion of tho patronage
of the public,
WE ARB DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR UOOD.S AT LOWER
ANY OTHER Kri A H-
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
SOOTS &c SHOES,
, , HATS fie GTVS.
And all nther articles to bo found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. Wo call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department Is completo in
all lib details. Ourstockof
Is tho largest in tho city, and wo are en
abled to offer epocial inducements to pur
chafers. In Gontlcmons' Clothing, Roots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully prcparod to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to tho interest of every ono to buy
whoro goods aro choapest and boht
we cordially invito tho public
o call and examino our stock boforo pur-
Our establlshmonr. Ii
Ide of Elhth street, between Waiblngton
Blux & Amjox.
MRS. M. SWANDEU,
ha opened out an MtrosiTe stock of
All ot which rv entire W new n J of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPHIHES
HATS, BONNETS RIBUONS,
Anil an fleHnt a.sortmrot of
LACKS, KINOES, KID OMJVKS, UOPIEItT
sml nil articles umill) kept Id u flrst-clu mil
!. Sanlr laritrs thr public torailan'l n
pet htr HocU, wtm-h will taio ilfiure ;o-
noAinit ro oji ao wn ai n(w cu-torr eri.
n Eighth mriet,ilwien Commercial an'l Wajih
nxtoc Atenum, Is ilailr receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
latest errtiNo aku sommkr styles
tlfsioep a lull line of
BOUUETS &c HAT3
ITnrnrao'i and untrimmed,
HENCtl FLOWF.ItS. ItlHHUNS, TRIMMINGS
of all kiO'l, I.acei, etc., etc.
Mr'. Mc(!i'9 has alao a larx assortment o
ffhey Articles, auch aa
NECK Tl.'A COLI.ARI, UNIiEilSLEEVES,
KUFKS, bASlIEd, FANS,
And all other articles usually lound In a
KIHST-CLASS MILLINEKY 8TOHE
Mr. Mcflro. in adillllon lo hr Mock of Fancf
n'l Mllllnfry ft'ind. haa a Ann and complete at
-itrtmeiil ol Cincinnati Custom Mat Lull.
"A Mi3' Hhoe. and Chlldrens' lloot. Illack
anil in Colora. 'Ih are aokuowlediful u, I
t m net and but h'.e in the market, at.d 1 hi s
the only place in the city that make, them a
I It Y li It S.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
S T It I P E S,
KKNTUCKY JKANB, 7XTKA,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
la Katlre Mtoek
VBRY LOW FIOUUKS.;
COBXBK OTK IT, AMD OOUUIS0UXT,
Our Homo Advertisers.
NTOVEM. TIWWAKK, Ktii,
KB IE 3? WABM
E YEN ING
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
roQIVE A MOHK UNIFOKM ANIU'LEABA.VT
HEAT, TO CUE LT.M WOOU, AllE MOKE
CAKEFULLT FITTED, AKK WOMB
KAAILY ANttCllEAl'LY MOUNTED,
AKE UNDER MOIIK I'EltEECT
CONTKOL, HAVE A bTKONOEIl
Give better atlfnction, ami told for a
l.fn l'rluo than any
SHEET IKON PA11LOK STOVE
In the market. Sold 1r
EXCELS10K MANUFG COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C. W. HENDERSON,
HEERAVART. ORTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
L Dealerii In
STOVES, TIN VfA RE, HOLLOW
G HATES. MANTELS
R. EPHI O-ES.'TOE.S
W A T E R COO L E R S .
w i lEi, IE cloth:
for Window fcoreens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
ic, tc, sVc.
CRADLES, skc, ic.
AIo manufaoturera of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Coffer Ware
cole Astute for tho celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uuio's Moveaiile Point Steel Plow
Gray'b Patent Coal OilCanc,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
CCANTLIN 4 COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Warp. Clothe Wrineera Toile
Wr, Coal iloda, FirtHliorel. Air Gale.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SIIEE1
No. 166 Washington-avenue
BooflnK OutlerinR, and all kind oflo
ork done at ahorteal notice lehldtf
CAIRO CITY COAL
( prepared to upily customer with -he be
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OHDEItS lft nf TT11I,1 n a
li.n,fiVKF 1r,Mt t,,e 'ou' VurU bulow the
tlon. Til Tit1 iitrmt.. . ...... ..3 -..
ORNAiMENTAL IRON WORKS
HOllKKTWOOl), TII08.H. HOOT
ROHERT SVOOD A CO.
1,111 W'f ATentlC, I'hllailelnhla, Fa,
FOUNTAINS FI.OATINU hWANH-
V Kit A.N DA IIH, SUM M Hit llor8K,
11H0IW, UIIAlllS, HBTI KKH, Ar Ac.
NEW STYLE Wlt'itJUIlT-IUON ItAII.INd for
Front n( Home and Cemelerle. Nettr helore
CAST AND WltOIIflllT'lltON HAII.INOH for
FiiMlo llulldlnica and Hniinreii, C tnetery Lot,
and Harden Fern ee, llalronien, Itoof Cretl3Ki
etc., in erpal snrlely of I'Alterna,
lltilN HTAll'.H. Hulral nnd Mrainlit, ol yarinu
i allern and tjlei, Hpeclal attentloti given this
O'a-a uf nrk,
I.AMl I'lMTH, for Fronlaof Puhllc IIiiIIiIIdk.
Hotels, and City btrri.'tn, ol Plain and KlalHirale
8TAIII.K FITTINfW.of CialABfl Wroiinht-tron,
ol New Ilnl.ro vii Hi ) I.e. such aa liny Hacks,
'tall lllviKlona, Jlanstere, llarnea llrvkcl-, dul
ler", Tiaim, Venlilnlore, Aie.
WIHE WOHK of every deaerliitl jn. Wire
(iiiard of Crimped Wire, (lalva'jlted ir l'alntnl,
in ('lain or Uruntnenlal l'alternii, lor Htore Door
or Win lovm, KaUiry and Warehouse Window,
Kalliiia for Ol!ic-, lUnk-, Omnler Itsllinx",
Halcoiilee, I, a vi ii mil Frui Fence, Ar., Ar
0 4TK.-1 for entrance tu Cmelerle. I'uhii
Hnimre a d (lentleinen1 Country Heat, of
Tiihiniior VVroiittht-lrnn, hoth li:nl" and double.
In elalmrste and itnple ilelitn.
IlltlNKINd FOtJNTAINH, lor atreel li.e. A
very larre aesortinent cf detns eiprely for
f'Al-lHI)N UIllNAli IIOXE'i, for puhllc parka
ml cits trei"a.
(l'Al. nKh, latt style, rentennial ratlern.
HITCHING 1'OSW, Jockey, Coulle. Mam In and
plain dein- 4 & eod Cm.
So Person ersts fake these Illltera accord,
laz lo lilrcctions, and remain long unwell, provided
th1 Ir lionca are not destroyed hy mineral poison or
other means, and vital organs wasted hcyoud the
point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache. Fain
la the Mhouldcrt, CoUh'ha. TIhtoeas of the Che!t,
DtizlncHs. Hour Eructations of the .Stomach, Had
Taste In tho Mouth, lliuous Attack. Palpitation of
tho Heart. Inflammation of the l.nncs. Pain In the
reslon of the Kidney, and a hundred other painful
ymptoms, are the oT-prlnirs of I)ysK-psia. Ono
hotlle will prove a letter cuaraotce of IU menu
than a If nsthy ailrrnlscment.
For Fcinnle I'miiplaliits, In yonni Or Old,
married or Mnzlc. at the dawn ol womanhoc"!, or
the tarn of life, these Tonic Hitler display to
decided an Influence that Improvement Is vna
Inr Inrlniiitnalory unit Chronic Ilheif
mnllsni and Kout, Hllloua, llemlttent and Inter
mittent Fever. IUeaeof the III00.1, Uver, Kid
ney and I;. adder, thev; Hitlers have no equal.
Such Disease are caused hy Vliuted llool.
Theynre ts (ten tie I'lircallve as svell na
ss Tunic. poHwssins the ment of actlnir a a
powerful ant In reuerlns (vinirestlori or Inflam
mation of the Uver and VP5ral Oman, and In
I'or Miln Illsenses, Eruption. Tetter, 5!t
F.heum, Hlotche. fcpot. Iltnple. Iustule, Hon.
Carbuncles, Itlnz-siorm. Scald Head. Sore Eye,
Erysipelas. Itch. fcurfj. Dlscoloratlons of the .'kin,
Humor and Itaeae of the hkin of whatever name
or nature, arc Uteraily duir up and earned out
of the system In a r hurt time by the os of ther-e
Ornteful Tlmusaiiils proclaim Vinioar Hit
teiw the mot wonderful Invlgorant that ever
oaulneil the mnklns srstem.
it. ii. .viciMivti.n ii co.
rrnjfilu and lien. Acta.. !in Franctco, Cat, A
cor. of Waarunifton and Charlton St., N.V.
faOL!) BV ALL DKl'UCiyrs X DEALERS.
11 IT1 r-Ti m ip
As an Xnvltrorator. Liver Corrector
nml Illooil BrnoTator li superior to all th
Hitters, r.llxlra, CordlnU nnd Haran
piirlllus) In a'. It Is so adapted to tht wltola
ystem that evtry orcan and facctlon In the tody Ii
hronght under Its exhilarating Influenc. It rises
tone mid atrcntlt to tho dlRcatlvc np
pnrntns), dispell I.msTOor nnd debility,
Invl-oratoa tho Liver, rt'Knlntest thei
Klttnej-B nnd Bern el, removes It efft cf
mcessor overtaxation cf any kind and clvas tI
tullty nml rlrlinei to tho Mood.
lis curative pooart alter and completely reorran
lie the entire rna'i of fluids andavsn tbasullilsof
the hutnn system, thereby preventlog and curing
IlyNjiejitlo nnd Couaiimptlvo Nymp
tomi, I'cver nnd Ague, Blllonsi Dlsiena
ei, I't'4i'rn of nil klntlsi.NPrvouis Debit
lty, AiTcrtlonN of tlio Ntom.irh nnd
Uimels, rc. A a mild and dellshtful Invlgs
rant for delicate females, it ha no superior.
Hy Its use new life and vlcor Is given to both body
and mind, sending a glow of vitality through every
part, which Is pcrmnnciit nnd luntlntf.
It Is tho most elf .dual remedy for lb relief ol
human suffering r discovered, and as pleasant to
I l.o taste as old rye or fine wine.
WE CHALLENGE x
X THE X &
To produce a more delicious medicine to take, yet so
poteut for I l.e prevention and cur of disease as
::. cestjt's 7, csis'a Tcnj act blc:s rrsiTas.
I'rlro 91, or O Il iltlvai for 83.
l'repared by the Orafton Medlc'ne Co., FT. WVtS,
:to. Bold by Druggists and dealers lu medicines
Co Mr. IIonry'H Worlil'is Tonic nnd .
It Is the great household remedy, pleasant to
"ika, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
illseuaei. it la better Ihun Ttlifr nnnllal.
JluclmorSarsaparllla, Sold by Druggists
Ir. ITenry'H Iloot nnd Plnnt Plll.
Mild yet thorough no nausea orgrlplng-en-Inly
vegetable Rreat 1 Ivcr remedy. I'rico 2J
rents. Sold hy Druggists.
Mm. Wliitcontb'si Syrnp.
The gTeat soothing remedy. Price only S3
tents, Give rest to the mother and health to
ho child Sold by Druggist .
Interestln Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Engravings, Two-hundred and Uty Tages,
Pi ice M cents. Address Dn. Butts' Disrtx.
ubt, 13 Nqrth Eighth Street, St. Louis, Uo.
fiO TO On LT,r 'i' 1 Agent anll
T,JV, 1 J a,J All eUes of Murklig pea
p e.eltht r sex, young or old. miksi nim money
at work f r tl In their upara moment or ah. thi
liina, than at an) thing .. Paitloi Url JrM.
AdsUtl 0. lltiKB Co,, I'ittUud, Mam.