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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1872.
4awU rvtHH iBjajBkB
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'n.
Thli home it newly fltted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all klndi of
The saloon la itocked with the lieit
arc compounded In the moit approved style
tSTComeandoce for yourself. They keep
on hand a fine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL.
are spread mornlnir and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all arc Invited to partlc
pate free ol charge. ft-11
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
Cor. Waaklasjton At. and Eighth HI. ,
Whero wo will keep
A COMPLETE STOCK
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
SICK-ROOM AND NUR3ERT APPLIANCES,
Our Pure SPARKLING SODA WATER
Can not be excelled . Wo also draw tho
BLUE LICK WATERS
Alto, a choice lot of Cigars, ol extra qual
ity, told at reasonable prices. Our
.Will receive especial attention and caie.
being at all hours in charge of competer.l
and careful parties. Prescriptions carefully
cuupouuuou at nu uuuje uay uruigut.
NONE BUT THE PUREST AND BEST
FOUR FUNNY FABLES.
TRANSLATED FROM TUB PER
SIAN OF ZAMBRI. THE PAR.
A cat. waktne out of a sound tletD. taw
a mouio titling jutt out of reach, obiorv-
ing cor. Perceiving that at tno iiignesi
movement of hers tho mouso would recol
lect an engagement, she put on a look of
extreme amiability ana saiu :
"Oh I its you is it? Do you know I
thought at first you ware a frightful groat
rat: and I am afraid of ratal I feel so
much relieved you don't know! Of
course you have heard that I am a great
friend or tho dear littio mice."
" Yet,'' was tho answor, " I havo heard
that you lovo us Indifferently well, and
my million horo was to bleu you while
you slept. But at you will with to go and
get your broakfatt I won't bore you. Fine
morning Isn't? Auretoirf
This fable teaches that it it usually tafe
to avoid one who protendt to be a friend
without having any reaton to bo. It
wasn't tafe in this instance, however ; for
tbu cat went after that departing rodent,
and got away with him.
A hippopotamus meeting an open alli
gator, taid to him :
"My forked friend, you may as well col
lapse, lou are not suuicieniiy compre
hensive to embrace me. I am myself no
tyro at smiling, when in tho humor."
"I really hHd no expectation ot taking
you in," replied tho other. "I have a
habit of extonding my hospitality im
partially to all, and about seven feet
"You remind me," said the hippopota
mus, "of a certain zebra who was not
vicious at all; be merely kicked tho
broath out of everything that paucd be
hind him, but did not seek to Induce things
to paia behind him."
"It is auite immaterial what I remind
you of," was the roply.
The lesson imparted by this fable is a
very beautiful one.
A sbeoD raakine a low: journey found
tho heat of his fleece very uncomfortable,
and seelnir a flock of ibeeo In a fold, evi
dently waiting for tome one, leaped over
and Joined them, In the hopo of being
shorn. Perceiving tho shepherd approach
ing, and the other sheep huddling into a
remote corner of the fold, ho shouldered
his way forward, and going up to the shep
herd tald :
"Did you ever too such a lot of fools 7
It's lucky I camo along to set them an ex
ample of docility. Soeing mo operated
upon, they'H bo glad to offer themselves."
" Perhaps so," replied the stu-pbord, lay
ing hold ot the animal's horn ; but I never
kiil more than ono sheep at at time. Mut
ton won't keep in hot weathor."
The moral or this labio isn't 7nat you
think it is. It is this : Tbo chops of an
other man's mutton aro always nice eat
Two travelers between Teheran and
Uairdad. met half way up tho vertically
face of a rock, on a path only a cubit in
width. As both were in a hurry and eti
quette would allow neither to set his fool
upon the other even If dignity bad per
mitted prostration, they maintained for
some time a stationary condition. Alter
some reflection they both decided to jump
round the other; but at etiquette did not
warrant conversation with a stranger,
neither made known bis intention. The
consequence was they met with consider
able emphasis, about four feet from the
edgn of the path, and went through a
night or soaring eagles a mue out oi tueir
This is infamous I The learned Parsee
appears to wholly Ignoro the distinction
between a fable and a simple. i ranuaior.
LAl'OUTKU LENDS A NEW C1IAKM
To beauty, when it discloses a pretty sot
of teeth. Whiteness, when nature has
sunnlied this element of loveliness, may
le retained through life, by usin the
fragrant Hozodont. lo-io-uiw.
A nrt Tho Tannine Star It thn most
beautiful sheet-iron cylinder wood stove
made. It is durable, economical, and the
poor man's friend. Everybody should
navo one of these excellent stoves.
Dr. McCaiie's great ague euro or com
pound extract of Liriodcndron is purely
vcgotable and will never barm the most
delicato constitution. It Is well adapted
to all ages and sexes and not only cures
tho most sovere attacks of chills and fevor,
but tones up the system to such a degrco,
that a relapso rarely, If ovor, will take
AWAUD or I'REMI.VMS Or THE LOWELL
IUHTKICT AOKICULTCKAL SOCIETY, HELD
IN LOWELL, THE 17th, 18th, AND 19th, OK
OcroUKB, 1871 KETORT Or COMMITTEE
"Clahs XX. Musical Instruments.
Etc. Simmons, Clough & Co. Cabinet
Oman, en to red by God. Crum, Lowell, was
awarded tho First Premium for its extra
ordinary clearness and purity of tone.
"Kstcy Orean, enterod by Theo. Nelson,
second premium. This Estoy Organ is
nearly equal to tho Simmons, u jougn cc no.
Cabinot Organ, in regard to its clearness
and purity of tone.
"Simmons. Clouch & Co. Molodeon, on-
tered by Geo. Krum, Lowell, First Pro
inium. Lowell Journal,
Castohia a substituto for castor oil
Is a physic which does not distress or
gripe, but is suro to opcrato when all othor
remedies havo failed. You may conll-
dently rely upon tho Castoria in stomach
ache, constipation, uaiuiency,croup,worms,
piles or doranged liver. It contains
neither minerals, morphine, opium nor
alcohol, but is purely a vegetablo prepara
tion, porfoctly harmless, and abovo all,
pleasant to tako. Tho Castoria soothes
and quiets mo sysiom, anu produces nat
ural sloep. It is a wonderful thine to
assimilato tbo food of children and pro
vent them from crying. A thirty-five
cont bottlo will do tho work for a family
and savo many a doctor t mil. io-i-wt.
Masks and Faces. Ladles who mask
tholr faces and necks with enamels en
danger their health to no purpose. Tbo
plaster work deceives nobody, Thoro is
but ono artido known which restores a
blomlshod complexion or creates external
brilliancy and bloom wboro thoy havo
never beretoforo existed, and that article
is Uagnn's Magnolia Balm. It performs
thit toilet miraclo by infusing vitality into
the tkin. Tho floral and horbal juicet of
which it it composed gently stimulate the
circulation in the minute blood vessels,
and brace tho network of nerves through
which they past, Tbut quickoned and
ttronglhened the external covering soon
acqulret a froth and healthful hue, and
evory trace of sallo wness d isappears. The
palest cheeks derive from the beautifying
baptism of thit delightful cosmetfo a
warmer hue. and the arms, handt and
neck a blonde lustre which the charlatant
who profess to make ladies "beautiful for-
avai' vlth their notannnua Mmanr ..am
naver hope to imitate. 10-16dwlw.
Our Home Advertisers.
I IT S TJ JL HT O H
riaoaha, . t.,
OXBUAMIA, It. T.,
HANOVER, If. T-
.,72 m 00
REPUBLIC, N. T.,
Comprising the Underwriters' Aaenor,
YONX-M, N. T.,
Assets 7 "
FIREMEN'S FUND, 8.
AsMt.. 878.800 0
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
tMeti - - 1.4S2.M
Btores, Dwlllng, Furniture, Hull and Cr
Hon, Injured at rates as favorable as sound, per
manent security will warrant. ....
I respectfully ask of the cltlsens of Cairo,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUGE, - - - President.
U. KNOilELSDOKFF, - - - Hecrotary.
Chab. Reite, Henry Weiier,
A. C Kesino, A. Misch,
Chas. Wenthe, Chab. Veroha,
Francis Lackner, Cuas. Daeqlino,
C. Uibsch, Wm. Reinuardt,
The bent organised and securest company In
that nnrthvent. The onlr com win T which guar
antee a cash aurrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
for Cairo and vicinity
W. H. Morrii,
II. H. Candce
No. Pub. and V. H. Corn
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE 8T0CK
Assets .t8,M9,60S 7
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
AsseU W.78J.000 00
Astett I2.M 1,210 72
Assets -. 11,761,148 S
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
AssetP fl,3M,f98 17
Assets 1315,673 68
Alien - 1115,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Auets 1500,000 V
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE.
Aiseta $30,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Anet ... 11,500,003 00
RAILWAY PAB9ENQERS ASSURANCE
ysiets - I&00.000 00
Afiets 1630,862 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Ohio tvr,
City National Bunk, CAIRO. ILL.
WINEN AND UltOURI,
KUOLtliLE AND BETAlL DSIDIB IN
WINES AND LIQUORS-
And proprietor of ne"' and pcndld
No. 75 OHIO Lkvkk,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Keens constantly on hand the choicest of
Wines and LlquorH, which ho will sell at the
very lowest figures. Cull and examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
S . IHIIHHruN M
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete itock of
80OTCB AND IRISH WHISKIES
Q I N H,
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba "Wines
RUMYTH A CO. sell ezclunlvely for cash, to
, which fact they Invite the eipecial atten
tion f cloie bareatn buyers.
P. M. STOOKFLETH,
svooassoa tq roan sstocarisia
Rectiryer tusd WtioleMle Dealer la
VomIc aaitl BoaaeaUe
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 62 Ohio Livii,
aE keeps on band constantly a full ttoek e
Old Kentuoky Bourboa, Rye and Monongi
i Whiskies, FrenonBrandlei, Uollaad Ola
Jth taa aa4 CalUorala Wu laK
It will par K e to Mt.Lnla lor
H. D, MANN & CO..
421 N. Fourth S nr. t,
NT, LOV1H, MlftNOVRf,
Wc call nttcntlon to the bargains we now
oner 10 an in warn oi
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES
Ulack Alpacas, AO cents; lut. what other
nouses asic to ccnu lor, niiuiack Uoods In
Wanmitta 4-4 Ulcachctl Cottons, 17 cents.
mil - it
Fruit of the Loom 4-4 " 13 "
And all other COTTONS In Mine propor.
Reatltlful All Wool Plaids. .V) rfiiL..
All Wool Empress Cloth, M ccnu ; all color-.
Thjc goods aro worth 75 ccnt..
Fine French Merinos, $1.00; cannot ho
nou'iii ciicwncro ror less man ei.'ii and
Puro LI no n Hem Stitched lLtndcrchlc,
$1.M and W.00 per dozen.
Napkins all Linen, tlM per dozen, and all
prices up to $20 per dozen.
Table Linen, Humid-;, Cavsltncrcp, for
.'if" uiiu jmy.i wear, iinier, LarPf, r.m
broldcrlc", HhawN, fjcarfw, Cloaks. lllanVctn,
and Ladles timlcrwear, at all price to cor
respond with the abovo tilici'. Our nlin U
to fuilld til) a large buInos bv dealing hon
orably with all, selling good good at low
prices. v c Keep no auction good or trah
of any kind, and any article ordered from us
not proving satisfactory can be returned at
oiir.xpcncnndthc money will be refunded.
Wc have but
for all, and guarantee that to bo a low ono.
.uiiu iui nuuijnun ui uuj gtjuu, ii no i auic lO
call, and we will end thvm chccrnilly.
If t i W JT, U
111 V VA4A1-1 tV
10-17dwlm. sjt. Louis, Mo.
ERSONAL. TICKNOR .V CO.. tho
celebrated Clothier, announce the in
troduction of a plan of ordering cloth
ing by letter, to which thev call vonr
especial attention. They will, on nt
plication, send you their Improved and
accurate rules for eir-Mcaurcuient,
Illustrated Circular anil J'rlru Ll.t.
with a full line or sample from their
Immense stock of Cloth, Ca?lmcrc,
Ac, A-c, thu enabling parties In any
part of the country to order clothing
direct from their houe, with the cer
tainty of recehlng garments ol the
very latct style ami most perfect lit
(Jooils ordered will be sent bv ex
press to be paid for on dclUcrv.'wIth
the understanding that If not satisfac
tory, they can be returned at Tlcknor'.s
As I well known throughout the
South and West, they liae lor seven
teen year EXCELLED In all depart
nieuts of their bullies, which I a
guarantee as to the character ot the
good they send out.
' Your orders arc solicited and when
In St. Louis, you are Invited to call at
the ex cnslvc c-tahll-liiucnt of Tick
nor fc Co., manufacturers and retailer
of men and bovs Clothing and Furnish
ing GooK ml and na North Fourth
street. St, Loul-. Mo. Hoy clothing a
AGENTS v ANTED for an entirely new ind fa
duties work of unusual Interest.
tj:e home o:f
The grandest and most popular book out,
now selling fa'ter than any otherthrce books
combined. Nearly two hundred superb en
gravings. One Agent took one hundred and
fourteen In ten days. The best chanco to
make money ever offered. Agents wanted
everywhere. Send for our circulars with
term, (uiurpassed), description, endorse
ment, etc. F. A. HTTC-IINSON,
10-17diwlm OO'J N. Cth st., St. Louis, Mo.
THE MOJIMON WIFK.
This thrilling book comprl-cs the adven
tures and experience ol a woman written
by herself for year the wife of a Mormon
prophet disclosing everyihlng the most
tacitiatlng book extant. Steel portrait of
the Authoress, portraits of leading Mormon,
Life and Scenes in Utah, etc. Agents
VALLEY PUULISHING CO.,
10-17d.twlm St. Louis, MK-ouri.
Pine street, between Fourth and Fifth St.,
ST. LOUIS, containing IjO room; having
lately added Ml more rooms, is now prepared
to oiler to the tra-ellng public the best ac
commodations. Rooms, "j ctft. to $1 per
day. All meals &1 cents each.
DORR fc THATCHER,
BATCIIEL01VS HAIR DYE.
This superb hair dye Is tho best In the
world perfectly harmless, reliable and in
stantaneous. No disappointment. The gen
uine W. A. Uatchclor s Hair Dyo produces
Immediately a natural black or brown. Does
not stain the skin but leaves the hair cleans
soft and beautiful. The only safe and per
fect hair dye. Sold by all druggists. Fac
tory, 10 Uond street, N. Y.
Happy relief to young men from tho effects
oi errors anu anuses in cany uiu. .Mannoou
restored. Impediments to Marriage re
moved, xew method or treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Hook arid crlcu-
lurs sent free, in sealed envelops.
Address-, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitution having a high reputation ror honor
able conduct and professional skill.
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
A perfectly clear preparation in ono bot
tle, as easily applied as water, for restoring
to gray hair Its natural color and youthful
appearance, to eradicate and prevent dand
ruff, to promote tho growth ol tho hair and
stop its falling out. it Is entirely nannies, and
perfectly free from any poisonous substanco
and will, therefore, take thu place of all tho
dirty and unpleasant preparations now in
use. Numerous testimonials havo been sent
us from many of our most prominent citi
zens. In everything in which tho articles
now In use aro objectionable, CRYSTAL
DISCOVERY. Is perfect. It is warranted
ty contain neither Sugar of Lead Sulphur or
N itrate, of Silver, It docs not soil tho clothes
or scalp, is agreeably perfumed, and makes
one of tho best dressings for tho Hair In tiso.
It restores tho color of tho Hair "more per
fect and unlfonnly than any other prepara
tion," and always docs so in from three to
ten days, virtually (ceding tho roots with the
nourishing qualities necessary to its growth
and healthy condition: it restors the de
cayed and Induces a new growth of tho
Hair moro positively than anything else.
'llie application oi mis wouueriui uiscov
cry also produces a pleasant and cooling
effect on the scalp and gives tho Hair u
pleasing and elegant appearance.
Call at your druggist for it and take no
other. If he has not got it let him order it
Price 91 per bottle.
' ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington D,C,
JOHNSTON, IIOLLOWAY & CO.,
General Agents, Philadelphia,
JNO. F. HENRY andF. C. WELLS St CO.,
New York, aud to be had ol Wholesale
druggiitt, everyvrhtre. o-aetf
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
IDE ONLY RELIABLE GIFT DISTRIBU
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
TN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo dittrlbutod in
Our Home Advertisers.
X). a I IT E'S
To be drawn Monday, Noembr 7th, 1873,
UNK URAMD UAl'ITAL OT
,000 IN GOLD.
O.nk Prize $5,000 in Silver I
FlvoPrlzes $1,000 9
Pirn Prlroa AflO "
Fivo Prizes 600
Ta. T)t n inn
Two Family Carriages and Matcehd Horsns
Willi Silver-Mounted Harness, worth $l,Mri)
Two Hoitcs and Iltlggles with Silver-Mounted
1 lanies. worth ?600 each I
Two Flnc-toncd Rosewood Pianos, worth
e.VK) each 1
Six Family Sewing Machines, - worth
l.'iOO Gold and Silver Lover Hunting
Watches, worth from S20 to $.'100 each.
Ladles' Ootd Leontlno Chain-, dent's (lold
Vest Chains, olid anf Doubled. Plated
Sllvcj Table and Teaspoons, Photograph
Albums, Jcwcrly, &c, Ac, Ac.
Whole number (iifts, 10.000. Tickets Llml-
ted to M),000:
AGENTS WANTED TO SELD TICKET..
To whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Single Tickets.; Six Tickets 810; Twelvo
Ticket 9i0; Twenty--vu Tickets $40.
Circulars conUinl-K a full list of prises, a 'In
scription of the mincer at drawing, and other
information In refeteace to the distribution, will
be sent to any one ordering them. All letters
must be addressed to L. I). MINE, Box, SO,
orrict, Cincinnati, 0.
nu westfitn't noT-wrtiiH
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalizkd by State Authority and
Dkawn ik Public is St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Muuiber Scheme.
Class K, ro iik Drawn Oct. 31, 1872.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
WO l'rltesor 100
I l'rlteof. lso,()
Tickets $10 j
9 " of. 1,110
9 " of 6ISJ
9 " Of 3'l
9 " nf .. 240
31 " Of 200
3. Of ISO
ISO of 1W)
UH " of 10
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, 2 00.
Our lotteries are chartered by the State, are
always drawn at the time named, and nil draw
ings are under the supervision of sworn com-mi-tinners.
The official drawing will he nublish'd in the
it. Lotll papers and a copy sent to purchasers
We will draw a similar scheme the last dar of
ejerjr month during the year 1872.
temuai our riK ot posmmee money inner,
registered Utter, draft or express ''end for cir-
cu.ar. Address, MURRAY, HILI.KR 4 CO.,
P. O. box SW. St. LOUIS, .MO.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MOSEY ALL UP.
e.VJ,000 IN HANK TO PAY ALL GIFTS.
A Full Drawiso in Siciht.
$100,000 FPU ONLY S10.
At the Second Grand Gift Concert author
ized bv special act of the legislature, in aid
of the Public Library or Kentucky, unavoid
ably postponed from September "3 to De
cember 7, and which no-itlvely imtl unequiv
ocal! v occurs In Louillle, Ky. December
7, without further delay on any account
whatever, thu rollowlm; cah irlfts aro for
ili-trllmtlon by lot among ticket holders :
ONE ft KAN I) GIFT, CASH $100,000
ONE GKAND GIFT
1 Cash Gift
1 Cnh Gift
1 Caih Gift
1 Cash Gif
1 Cash Glt
1 Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift ,
I Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift
4 Cash Gifts, .'.OnOeich
It Cash Gifts, l.oslcach
!0 Cash Gifts, WiOeach
21 Cash Gifts, SKI each
2.1 Cash Gifts. TOOeach
M Cash Gifts. HKlcacli
45 Cash Gifts, MS) each
M Cash Gifts. 4(i0 each
li Cash Gifts. 3COeach
100 Cash Gifts. 2()i af h
012 Cash Gifts. lCOeach
TOTAL, 1,000 GIFTS, ALL CASIL.S.IOO.OOO
The money ncec-sarv to nay In lull all tl e
offered glf Is now upon deposit In tno
rannern' and Drovers. Hank, as will lie ecu
by thu following certificate of tho eitMiIcr:
Farmers' ani Dnovr.rs' Hank, 1
Louisville, Ky..'Sept. "0, 1S72. j
This Is to certify that there is now on dc
po-it in this bank over u half a million ol
dollars to the credl ot the Gift Con -crt
Fund, f.'sw.OOO of which Is held by this b'tuk
asTreasu.urof tho Pubi c Library of Ken
tucky to pay off all gifts to bo awarded at tho
It. S. VEACH, Cashier,
prick ok tickets.
Whole tickets, $10; halves, quarters
.2.M; 11 whole tickets for $100; 'J8 lor $22.'.;
Mi lor e.sio; l l.l lor vi,ishj; lor f .'.ihhi; hi;i
lor $."i two, No discount on less than Sluo
worth oftlckets at a time.
The drawing will poltlvely and unequiv
ocally tawe place necemncr . .genis aro
peremptorliiy requireii to eioe sales ami
make returns December 2.", In order to giu
ample time far thu Dual arrangements. Or
ders for tickets or applications for circulars
should bu addresxed to
GOV, TilOS. E. HKAMLETTE,
Aeent, Kentucky Public Library, Publii.
Library Hulldliig, Louisville, Ky.
EVER YBO DY
WANTS TO KNOW
wincn is vilu liiistr MAcnrnvEi
THE "LIGHT RUNNING" L A
presents a re
cord of ssccesi
the history of
I nnuroTlr.il q ui n lluiVob.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION
A Prl vnte Counselor to the Married
or hoi about to Marry, on the I'hy.lologlcal '
tsrlej and r.r.lat oni of the sexual 'j,um, with
UteitdiKOTsrieilD producing andprertitliit "a'
al J,J'.i..M,lngwork of W!an4
wa.i?iSllh Sum?rolif "Wwlaia.aa'l contain.
JJ?!!i,7,orm,l,on for tbot "ho ? married or
eontamplau marriage itill It Is a took that oaf ht
iSSWiS."1 "4 not lM r,,,J"
i0T:n to rax imiein aso nrroiiwiTj.
t7,s rpljlni M ski .wiu gn.cu tadrriu la
BtlilU fttm, or oslai as; Quel liuiU., peruM Or. lulu'
wwk.u matter waumra-iaMli or kow plo-lo fur
eeatiitM. Oa. Im taa U huiss4, ptrMaafir
m tka asM waUgao la ala wwih Vistoo, rfo. IS Nana
wtt VH-)viaji-if i wSCtiHii.tt Cnls, Met
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ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within seven miles ol
Metropolis, on the Jonesboro Iioad, count
ing of 200 acres with (in acres cleared ami
other Improvements, now owned and form
erly occupied, by J. T. Itennlu.
TEHMs. One-fourth down balance In
one, two and threu years notes secured by
mortgage, with six per cent. Interest.
N.H. Tbo timber Is good and has never
been culled and no timber will bo pcniiittct'
'o bu cut or uo(l, except what Is necessary
lor thu wear anil tear ol the place, until altu.
tho second payment Ins been made.
Tor Information apply to
.1. T. RENNIE
B-S-tf Cairo. III.
WU-IM WOOD I I WUUUII
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II ant Cheaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on thu slates at tho Postnlllco and at Host
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure aud will cord tho wood
up If desired.
ail.lO-ll UUMS UAI.KY.
RTLLIARD BALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN GA.TCH, Proprietor.
10 Commercial Avenu. CAIRO, JLUNOIt
Beat brand of Callfo UOUrarl recelvvl,
HILLIARD saloon furnished with tho best
of tables i and barsnpplled with wines, liquorf
and cigars of thonust braivK
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
t'r.inerdaClAv!1i WINTER'S IILOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
JtTThe best brand of Clears, choice
Wines, Liquor, etc., alwayo on band It
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ftODEUI WOOD, T110S.B. ROOT
ROBERT WOOD A CO.
1,13 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
UTATUART -WATER LILIES
DUCKS TURTLES, 4e.
KBORS, CHAIRS, SETTEES, o Ac.
NEW STYLE WROUOUT-IRON RA1L1NO for
Front of Hours and Cemeteries. Niter befora
t,?J,AN,I.,1WROU?,JT-moN RAILINGS for
Public Ruildlai and Squares, Cemetery Lota,
l?1 Ji"''n. ren1c. nalconlea, Roof Crestlagi,
"2, B"t variety of Patterns.
. IRON BTA1RH. Spiral and straight, ol various
cIm" wolk ' P"C'1 uI"'on h's
. LAMP POSjB, for Frontaof Pnbllo Buildlnas,
Hotels, and City Streets, ol Plain and Elaborate)
STABLE KITTIN09. of Cast and Wroodht-Iron,
2i,.'t.!n.pr0TS.1 B,Tl-. such as Iiar Rack?,
fctall iJIrlslons, Mannore, llarneea Bracket, Gut
ters, Traps. Ventllaiors. Ac.
n"E rV(9HK ?' verjr deserlptlon. Wira
Ouarda of Crimped Wlre,UalTanltd or Painted,
,n ' lain or Ornamental Patterns, for Store Doora
or Windows, factory and Warehoneo Windows,
IU lings for Offices. Banks, Counter RalliDf a,
i"JfJ."' J'WD m( p4rm Fncee, ae Ac.
OA TES for entrance to Ometerlea. Publ'f
Hqiiares Gentlemen Country Seat, of Oaa
Tubing or WroughMron, both single aad double.
In elabnratn and simp le deelgna,
HR NK1NO FOUN'tAINH. lor street uses. 4
rery larin assortment of design exprenlr for
CAfiT-lRON URINAL ROXE9, for public parka
and city streets, r '
un.KiSi'' "ntennlal pattern.
HITCHING POSTS, Jockey, Coolie, Bamto aad
plain designs. 4eod-m.
IJIII JJ I.I.1LJJ.VJ
So Person taa take thM Blttara accord.
lng to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and vital organs wasted Devon. Uia
point of repair.
Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, Headache, Pala
In Hie shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest,
Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Baa
Tasto in tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of
ttio Heart, lnnainmatlon or tho Lungs. Pala In tna
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, aro the otT-sprmga of Dyspepsia. Ona
bottle will provo a better guarantee of Ita menus
than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complaints, In young or Old,
married or single, at the dawn ot womanhood, or
tho turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so
decided an inauenco that improvement U soon
For Inflammatory and Chronle Tinea
matlam and (loot, Buions, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kid
neys and Bladder, theso Bitters have no equal,
finch DUcascs aro caused by Vitiated Blood.
They are a gentle Purgative aa wall aa
a Tonic, possessing the merit or acting m
powerful agent In relieving congestion or Inriam
mation of the Liver and Visfcrat Organa. aad la
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, spots. Pimples, Pustules, Bolls.
Carbuncles, Ring-worm. Scald-Uead, Sore Eye.
Lryslpclaa, Itch. Scurfs, Discoloration of the skin.
Humors and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or natnre, aro literally dug op and carried out
ui mo pjbiviu u a snort u me uy vac um or Uej
Grateful Thousand proclaim VnriaAB BTf
TKH3 tho most wonderful Innrorant trial
sustain oil tho sinking system.
st. i. .Tieavj.-Ai.i 4t co.
Drngglsta and (Jen. Agt., San Franclaco, CaL,
cor. of Washington and Charlton St., N.T.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Jt DEALERg,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
Auai ana vuuurio.
varev vouc ana unpin m
th Bowtli, and facil. at
in procas ei iMining.
Pnbdnei Conmlrtons and ovr I
come all dlieaass Incident to r Jt
Infant and Cblldrin. I TZ.
' W A. AM
Care Diarrhoea, TyMlitl-
ana ranair complaint,
Chlldrin of all ag.
i v 1 smoa
hatntlonlnl5oViMmlnuti,gtt- f S2S
log toe and power to the ijrittm. J f"j T T S
II Is the Infanti' and Children' Gnat Sootblog
Remedy, Is all diwrdsr brought oa by taetbiag or
any other came,
He particular In calling for MRS. WmTCO-B'I
EVKUr, and take no otker.
Prepared by th. ORAKTOH MTDICINE CO., St.
Louis, Mo. Sold fcy Uruggtit and Dealer la
nycleamloctln blood and arooitng th lletr and
ecretif crgtni to a healthy action. Dr. Iliory'
Boot and Plant Plllscur inaoy complaint which II
would not be tnppoied they could reach, inch ae
llrnilncbe, Pnln la the Hide, N-mb-iiom
of the Ilauda nnd Feet, Dullura,
t'lilllnraa, Ithpuniatlatn, Neuralgia,
l.oaa or Appetite, llilloua Dyacntary,
Kidney Aifertlona, Cwnatlpatlon. Da
bllltr, Fcvera or all klBda, llyipep
ala. Jaundice, aud other kindred complaint
ariilng from a luw uto of the body, or obitructlea
of its functions.
Being free from Mercury and other Dolson thee
can le taken at all time and under all clrcuniitaa
cei, without rerard to diet, tu.lnen or pleaaur.
Thor atliniilitii the weakened and dlitempertd
parts into liralthy action, gtring tbera atringth to
ill.bunlen tlirtuieirci and throw off the obetractlon
which are th first cauie. of dlieaie, without
protluclBK either uauaea or niplntT.
All heary and drowiy enwlloni, wuicb anit
f iferunnen of direful dlieasei iuch as Apostesy,
I'uriilytlcNIrwkPM, Ao.ar erTectnally wardM
ofT ,y a few do.rl of tlieie searching l'illi,
Full Jirrctlon. ftrouod twh bo i, la KalUa, Otraaa, rreaak
IDtSpkDltb. Prtc 1 C,B1 a bol.
l'ref.rc,l by tbt Urtft6ti MMllo Co., Rt. Losti. Hi.
SwlitX PrusUu auailcaUrilaUedklaiifireaw
Co Dr. Henry'a World - Toule sul;
It Is the great household remedy, pleaaaat to
tnkc, yetpoUntfortbe prevention and cur of
illseo. It Is better than Bitten, Cordial,
llucuu or BanwparlH. Sold by DrugglsU
Dr. Henry'a Boot and Plant Pllla.
Mild yet thoroogb no nausea orgTlpIng a
Ircly vegetable great liver remedy. Price It
:cnts. Sold by Druggist.
Mrs. WhltcoBib'a Ryrnp.
Th great soothing remedy. Price oa!y M
sent. Give rest to the mother and halth to
the child SoldbyDruggUta.
Interesting Work, Enlarged XJltloa, Krm
engravings, Two-bundred aad sixty fc,
Pi ice SO cent, Addreta Da. Bom' DatM
uav, U North Eight- Stmt, St. Lonbj, H
m) to &20 w&iLtr:z?!"
r'e.eilhrrsui, young or old, auk mora mS
at work for us in their spar moment or all. thi
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