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Mm. Dr. Fik l Ty lllt "l Mr
OmnBeldV, over tho river.
0. Hahkt, Urgent (lock of muslin,
Job Connie anything to beat
Grant, and illustrate bit potitlon.
Smith Torkehck it doing tho bailor
work of Green & Wood's now corn mill,
Nw goods of orcry deacrlptlon will be
opened at Blum & Amion In a fow days.
Rkmkuiikr tho ball of tho Bismarck
Bund, which It to como off on tho 28th, at
Five hundred and nineteen balot of
cotton were forwarded to tho Kail per
National lino on Sunday.
Lakob itock of dros goods at 0.
Cait. Qua Fowler dropped hii lato
purchate, the beautiful Robert Mllchob
down to tho landing yesterday, to load for
how Orleans immediately.
Tiie J. J. Abort hat completed her
work of pulling mags in Bird's bend, and
reports that portion of tho river perfectly
clear. She it now laid up nt Mound City
To axt of our friendt who desire
first-class artlcl6 in the lino of boots, shoes
or gaiters, made to order, of tho best stock
ana in any stylo or pattern desired, wo
would say try Vi'm Killer's beforo going
elsowhoro. 10 lOtf
For I he Bulletin.
CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE
Well,darllnif, that was a terrible night
no wiui in me darkness mc com storm
The pitiless wind held n fiendish delight
in mocKing mc poor witn us ttceoiato
Oar parting that evening wns cold an Die
Tlint dashed even into your beautiful hair.
A you stood In the door looking down the
As though you could sec mc "till lingering
My eyes were made dim by tho cold wind, I
The distance between us, I found, was too
For mc to see clearly In making it less
I vn badly entangled In anus nt your
My darling, how could you embrace mo llko
So soon after saying you hated me so.
You didn't r Why, what In this world arc
you at :
Crying r Well, well then you didn't,
At tho St. Patrick's church fair and
suppor at Potor Cuhl's hall to-night
handsome cano is to be awarded to tho
most popular candldato for sheriff, Messrs,
Saup and Irvln being competitors.
Cait. Lew. Kates, Jim. Biggs and sev
eral others, aftor having contracted to sup
ply several parties with game, took their
little guns and went to tho woods the
other day. .The contracts aro unfulfilled.
Call and seo tho largo stock of dry
goods at C. Hanny'i.
Merchants, clerks, or any others who
with to wear flno boots either calf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of the vory latest
style, go to Wra Ehler's, on Twentieth
street. 10 tOtf.
Uo.v. II. Watson Wkiiii is having all
the shado trees removed from tho tide
walk around his dwelling house, at the
corncrof 'Washington avenuo and Eighth
streets, and tho corner looked, yesterday,
like a woodyard.
Messrs. Blum & Ambon will receive, in
a few days, a large stock of new goods.
Draymen, railroad men, farmers, me
chanics, or any others who wish good
heavy winter boots of either Fronch calf,
or kip, warranted of tho best manufacture,
go to Wm, Ehler's on Twentieth stroet
We call attention to tho notice of the
mayor, as chairman of tho board of health,
to be found in another place, calling upon
our citizens to vaccinate. It is tho duty
of ovcry person to obey this order and to
lend their assistance in ovory way thoy
Can to guard ugainst tho encroachment of
the small-pox, which wo know to exist in
tho cities of St. Louis, Memphis, and por-
haps, Evansvlllo. In splto of the utmost
vleilanco on tho part of our board of
health, steamers will bring persons from
thoso cities infected with the disease to
long as it exists in them, and tho only
sure protection our citizens can have is to
fortify their own systems against it by
vaccination. And in another
mattor our citizens should be
particular. When tho board
of health havo marked a dwelling in
which tho small-pox exists and havo
marked off tho portion of tho sidewalk
near it against the use of the public no ono
should bo to foolish as to insist upon pass
ing over it. Many persons think that bo-
cause they have had tho disease and are
proof against it thoy need tako no precau
tion against it, forgetting that their
clothing may become infected to the det
riment of others. When a street is
blocked off avoid it in all cases. A few
steps furthor round may eave many lives.
Our city has tho name of bolng the health
iest in tho West, and wo should do all wo
can to retain tbo name.
Large stock of grey blankots, at
of ladies' fans at C.
Charleston Fair. We are Informed
by Mr. Oreontleld that his ferry boat will
come to the Illinois shore, tho Urst trip, at
7 a.m., and leave tho Missouri shoro at 0
p.m., to accommodate persons going to
the fair. All stock for exhibition will bo
returned free of chargo by bringing sec
retary's certificate that thoy wero shown
at the fair. 3t
Mr. W. 8. Lane, invontor of Lnno's
patent shovel for removing coal or earth,
ditching, excavating, etc., returned to tho
city Sunday morning after an absence of I jail for tevon days.
Judoe Bross was up to his arms in
business yesterday, tho offenders to the
city's pcaco being numerous, and of all
nationalities and evory shade of color.
First came ,James Foot and Jno. Mc
Carthy on a chargo of burglary, arrested
by Myers and Arnold. The evidence
showed that on Saturday night these
two men broko into the house of John
Sackborger and stole a trunk and contents,
valued at forty-flvo dollais. In dofault of
eight hundred dollars bail they wero
both committod to jail to await trial at tbo
next term of the circuit court.
Noxt came Miko Sullivan and Miko
Crowley, arrested by Mehner and Helm
on chargo of drunkenness. Sullivan wat
committed for seven and Crowley for six
Next camo Prentice L. Law and Geo
Kelly, arrestod by Wuitcamp. Chargo,
drunkenness. Each committed for teven
Next Thos. Conway and Thos. Fox, by
Whitcamp. Charge, drunkonncss. Fox
paid $5 and costs, while Conway went to
ATTENTION MAMALUKES I
Company Q .Orescent Guards, Mama
luke Legion, will meet at the armory,
Grooley headquarters, Winter's block, on
the 22nd Inst, at 7 o'clock p.m., sharp.
Important business will be trantactod. By
order of the Grand Commander.
Cairo, Oct. 21, 1872.
The city council on Monday tho 14th
Inst., adopted the following resolution:
Retolttd That tho board of health bo,
and it horoby instructed to employ not
cxceodlng threo suitable, porsons, whose
duty it shall bo to visit all families or
persons resident in the districts or wards
severally assigned to thorn by tho board,
and vaccinato all porsons not vaccinated,
and all who may rcqulro to bo rovaccln-
ated, taking down tho namo, ago, color
and placo of residence of each porson vac
cinated by thorn, and of all porsons who
aro not, ana wno may rerustt to uo vac
Tho porsons to employed shall act undor
tbo direction or tne board or noaitn, ana
shall use none but tho best vnccino virus
or matter procurablo hero, tho same to bo
furnished them by the board. Tboy shall
thoroughly canvass such districts or wards
as may he assigned to them, nnd shall
mako a full report ovcry week to tbo
board of health. They shnll nlso collect
from all porsons vaccinated who are able
to pay therofor, the sum of twenty-five
cents, and snail nolo tne samo in tnoir re
ports to the board."
The three persons employod for the pur
pose sot forth in tho abovo resolution aro
Dn. Evans, Parker and Bull von. Br
Evans taking that part of tho city
below Sixth street, . Dr. Parker
that part between Sixth and
Fourteenth streets and Dr. Sullivan
that part abovo Fourteenth street.
Theso gentlomen will bo furnished with
the best vaccino matter, and it is hoped
that all tho citizens of Cairo will co-oper-nte
with and assist them in their work so
that it may be as thorough as possibl?.
These measures or arrangements havo
been deemed necessary chiefly on account
of our connection by rivor and railroad
with other cities wboro tho small-pox
seems to bo very prevalent, and tho ap
proach of cold weather rondors it very
important that tboro bo as littlo material
as possiblo for it to feed upon during tbo
coming winter. Tho day has pasted when
arguments woro required In favor of vac
cination. Exporienco, observation nnd
tho investigations of scionce have set tho
matter at rest long ago. If wo will not
vaccinato out of considerations of safety
tooursolvct, let us remembor that tho pub
lic have, if wo havo not, an intorcst in our
protection against this dreadful disease
John M. Laxsdek,
Chairman of Board of Health.
1 0-22-1 w.
tour months. His invention is a wondor
in its way and will no doubt soon tako the
placo of all other contrivances of tho kind,
as it is pronounced tho vory thing needed
by all who havo seen it. Two of the ma
chines are now being built at Pittsburg,
wnitner Air. Liane will return within a
Large stock dress suits at C. Uanny's.
There is always something very touch
ingly beautiful in tho response of n city
to tbo cry or distress from a sister city re
II I .1 . . I . .
i loving uy oiutner nana me euoct or a
monster woe. Last Sunday tbo city of
Vicksburg ran very hard aground on
Til . a . .
num point oar, so nara mat sno was un
able to help herself. The city of Chettor
arriving toon titer,lightonedhcrby remov
ing mott of her freight, when the City of
Helena tteamed to her aid and pulled hor
into deep water,
Large itock of notiont at C. Han ny's.
The various places of public worship
were pretty well attended on last Sabbath,
but there were still a fow people who stay
ed at home, and a fow moro naughty ones
who visited the country. This U the
class we aro after in our efforts at reform,
and to whom wo direct tho attention of
our fellow missionary, brother Farr
We think if thero is not timo enough dur
ing the weok in which to shoot squirrels
they should be allowed to liyo until old"
age deprives them of a peaceful exlstonce.
We dlsapprovo of hunting or fishing on
the would leavo last night with nil tho
could carry on the water.
Tho City of Helena and City of Chettor
discharged 460 bales of cottton for tho
Tho Robert Mitcholl dropped down to
tho landing yostorday aftornoon and will
leavo Wodncs day morning. Sho Is com
manded by Capt. Gus. Fowlor with Du
souchet first clerk. Capt. Ilob't K. Noilly
of tho stoamor Colossal was in tho city
yesterday. Tho Henry Ames added 400
tons freight, and 23 cabin pastcngors and
41 head ofjlock, and had nil sho could
carry when sho loft. Tho Ada HclThian
commenced loading for Memphis Sunday
and will loavo to-day.
City National Bank Bnllillnc.
oaJSpecial attention paid to or Jem Irom steam
boats night orilav
stock of black silks at C.
For tlmo some past the Globule man of
lb bt. Louis 'Globe' has been twitting
"Points" of tbo Titusvllle 'Press' about
bis ears, and the other day recoivod his
reward as follows:
"Globules' came near looslnghiHllfeon ac
count of his aw. While walking up Firth
ireei wie outer uay, a Hidden breeze struck
film with both ear unfurled, ami lirnr !
could put the helm down or oclze f lie reefing
ropes to take In mil, ho wai capsized In u
uiicu. no now walks the Mreet with Ills
auricular organs clewed to temporary (.pars,
and people who are not acquainted with hint
auppose him to lio some hide and leather
dealer, with a roll of sole leather on each
"Globules" will no doubt devote tbe rest
of blf life in trying to get even, but it it
bardly probably he will have time to suc
ceed, as, from the above, we judge that he
M alraady "banding beneath tbe weight of
Then one Tim Sullivan. Charge
drunk and ditorderly, by Whitcamp,
Committed to jail for nine dayt,
Next Thot. Scanlin. Plain drunk
Arrested by Whitcamp and committod
for six days.
Next Lyas Coleman. Arretted by
Billlngtly for disturbing the peace. Com
milled ton dayt.
Next Frits Weart and Martin Strauhal,
who bad been drawn into trouble by an
other man who flipped out and left them
to tatltfy the law. They wero arrested by
Whitcamp on charge of assaulting Robert
Pittog, and fined $! and costs.
Josiah Bower, plain drunk. Arrested
by Helm and Martin. Fined 92 and costs.
Then one Dan. Huntington. Arrested
by Billingsly for bolng drunk. Commit'
ted for tix dayt.
Then Frank Graham. Arrottod by
Officer Arnold on a charge of vagrancy.
Committed for forty-three days to work on
tho streets. This Frank Graham Is worth
more than a passing notico. Ho has boon
in the city three or four dayt, is a cripplo,
and has boon circulating among our citi
zens a subscription to raise money to buy
a cork shoo, and on Saturday last had a
largo list of names of persons who had
paid him various turns from twenty cents
to two dollars each. Officers Arnold and
Myers have been watching him and found
him sponding this monoy in drink and in
piaying tureo cara monto. When ar
rested yesterday ho had a now list on
which soverul porsons had paid, and
be was then under tho influence of
liquor. He has boen swindling our kind-
beartod pcoplo, and tho justico made the
Last on the list camo a colored gentle
man by tho namo of Watkins, who during
the forenoon had abused old Mr. Bigg
whllo passing along tho street, and who
when found by tho offlcors was using his
tongue shamefully on the strcot, and after
being arrested abused tho officers, jailer
and tbo entire list of city officials. On
each of the abovo three charges he was
flnod $10 and costs, and not having
any money was committed to jail for thirty-seven
Mk. Blum of the firm of Blum Si Am-
son, has gono oast for a large stock of fall
and winter good
Mb. Blum left for tbe east last night
tod will return In a few dayt with a large
took of saw goods.
PIGS FOR SALE.
Six Poland China pigt tix w'eekt old for
tale. Apply tbe present week to
Wm. F. Pitcher,
Eighteenth and Com'l Ave- Cairo, lilt.
Oct. 22, 1872. 8t
Steamer Emma C. Elliott, Memphis.
" Eddyvil'.e, Evansvlllo.
" James Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
11 Rob't. Mitchell, Retirement.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
Steamer Emma O. Elliott, St. Louis.
11 Atlantic, New Orleans.
" Eddyville, Evansville.
" James Fink, Jr., Paducah.
11 Illinois, Columbus.
" Bismarck, New Orleans.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
1110 MCDDT 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 tbo yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyfhant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly
IIOATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
The flno passengor steamer City of
Chester is tbo regular packet leaving for
Memphis and all way points this evening
at C o'clock. The elegant Bo'.lo Memphis
it the anchor line packet departing for
St. Louit thit evening at eight o'clock
Tho groat steamer Robt. Mitchell will
leave for Now Orleans and way points
Wednesday morning at ton o'clock. Tbo
Jim. Fisk, Jr., is the regular mail boat
for Paducah and all way landings leaving
at 4 o'clock this evening. The Evans
vlllo packet leaves at 6 o'clock for all
points on tho Ohio river.
CONDITION or TUX RIVER.
Tho rise in the Ohio above hero has
reached this port and caused a swell of two
inobes during tho past twenty-four hours
wnemer it win amount to much we cun
not tay. Tho Mississippi between hero
and St. Louit it in a very bad condition
and pilots say that thero is only five and
a half foot in tbo channel. Barracks and
Deal's islands now bold tho bltio ribbon
for being tbo worst places. At Powor'
island tbo channel has six feet in it. Be
low hero tbo depth of the channel is grow
less daily, and boats will not load to moro
than six feet.
BUSINESS, RATES AND WEATHER.
Business for tho beginning of tho week
wat tplendld and everything indicates an
otber busy weok. Rates havo advanced
to tbo following figures: To New Or
leans, flour, 60c; pound freight, 25c por
hundred, and hay $ 7 por ton ; way flour
60c per bbl, and pound freights 30o per
hundred. Tho woather wai dry with
light indications or rain.
Tho Bismarck rocoivod COO tons freight
hero, and left last evening, towing n
barge, with nil the freight sho wantod.
Sho wai drawing tlx nnd a half feet
The City of Vicksburg got aground on
her way down at Bulletin bar, nnd was
helped off by tbo City of Chcstor.
Tbo Emma 0. Elliott, recently pur
chased by the Memphis and St. Louis
Packet company, patt up flying light Sun
day night. Sho will run between St.
Louit and Mewpbii, and will bo com
manded by Capt. Corbot.
Capt. Ed. Gray will take command of
tbe ateamor St. Joseph.
Th. Jim. Flsk reports ,.Teral rgft,
aground on Grand Chain.
The light draft towboat Moun
tain Oak, has been chartered by the
Evantville packet company, to tow thoir
lighten ovor Ilendorton bar.
Tbe Jamet Howard stopped her and
loaded for New Orleans. It wat expected
Masks and Faces. Ladies who mask
thoir faces and necks with enamels en
danger their health to no purpose Tho
plaster work deceives nobody. Thero Is
but ono articlo known which restores a
blemished comploxion or creates external
brilliancy nnd bloom wbero thoy havo
nover heretofore oxiited, and that nrticlo
is Uagan's Magnolia Balm. It porforms
this toilet mlruclo by infusing vitality into
tho skin. The floral and herbal juices of
which it is composed gontly stlmulato tho
circulation in tho mlnuto blood vessels,
and braco tho notwork of nerves through
.which thoy pass. Thus quickened nnd
strengthened tho external covering soon
acquires a fresh nnd henlthful huo, and
every traco of sullowncss disappears. Tho
palest checks derlvo from tho beautifying
baptism of this delightful cosmetic n
warmer huo, and tho arms, hands nnd
neck n blonde lustro which tho charlatans,
who profess to mako ladies "beautiful fur
over" with their poisonous coincnt, enn
nover hopo to Imitate. 10-lGJ.vwlw.
$3.00 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 JNo.l in Uairo.
0-2ldlm ouna J.Aililt.
Fink assortment of tnblo damask, at C.
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY I
A placo where you can buy h much for
OUST IE DOLLAR
ut you can elsewhere for
ONK DOLLAR AND A QUAHTEH
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to till all
orders on the shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material : his patterns are!
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of tho excellence of his work,
he invites the patronage of
the public. 1WW am.
HCje xou can ouy 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 cv
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Tbo undorslgncd would respectfully in
form tho public that thoy havo fitted thoir
now storo houso on Eighth streot with tbo
tlnost nnd best nssorted stock of
general morchandiso ovor beforo brought
to this mnrkot, and in order
to sccuro ft largo portion of tho patron ago
of tho public,
WE AKE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUB GOODS AT LOWElt
ANY OT1IEK ESTA1I-
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock Is entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trndo of this locnlity, and consists
of Ladles, Gents and Children's
BOOTS Be SHOES,
H-A-OrS &c CAP3.
And nil other articles to bo found in n
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. "Wo call especial nttontion to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls nnd
clonks, which department Is cumplcto in
all its details. Our stock of
is tho largest in tho city, nnd wo nro en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
In Gentlemens' Clothing, Boots und
Shoes, Huts, Cups, and furnishing goods
wo nro fully prcparod to meet ull de
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to tho interest of evory ono to buy
where goods arc cheapest and best
wo cordially invito tho public
to call and examine our stock beforo pur
Our establishment is located on tho cast
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avonucs.
Blum & Amsox.
Our Home Advertisers.
ilEQULAIt CAIHO. PADUCAH ft EVANS
V1LLE 8KMMVEKKI.Y u. s.
Th Fast nnd Elegant Pasimror Steamer
Jack OkaMmrr, Master.
Ed. Thomas, clerk.
(BT Leaves Cairo forl'nducah and Evans
Vlllo, every Thursday and Sunday evening,
ato o'clock, connecting nt Evansvlllo With
tho Loulsvlllo und Cincinnati packets. For
freight or pannage nptily to
Jamks IjKifla FassjnigcrAK1.
KEGULAH CAIUO.PADUCAH & EVANS
VILLE 8KMI-WKKKLY l'ACKET.
Tho flno l'nsscngor I'nckct
HEN. HOWAUD ..MnMcr
Neolev Hudd clerk
jari.caves Cairo for Paducah nnd Evniiv
vine every 'Iticudny nnd Friday evening nt tl
o'eloek. or freight or parage apply on
board or to
Jamkh Hiooh, 1'nnctiKcr Au't.
HEOUI.AIt CAIHO AND KVANSVII.I.K
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE l'ACKET.
Tho line low pressure l'asscngcr Packet
tSTLeavci Cairo ccry Wednesday un
Saturday (Veiling nt () o'clock, for Padu all
und Evuimvlllu. For freight or parage iif
ply on board or to
.1A.ME8 Hicifirt, Pawenger Ag'l.
OA MO AND PADUCAH
The splendid 'teamer
Dick Fow leu, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), ut
I p.in. For frelL'lit oruai:caiilyoii lo:m.
or to ,!as Mai.i.ukv. Ai:'t.
Welsh's Practical Guide to HiiMnes-, I, the
best helling Uook in the market. It h
book for ull concerned in making or mviii:
money. Liberal commMom paid, and 810
given nwuy to Agents proWng Mlceewil'iil
A(iure at oneo for term-, und territory
No. 9 Enn Third tit., Davenport, lowu
j ST. NICHOLAS
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds of
HAItltY "WALKER is CO., Prop'rs.
This house is uewly fitted up with
And two line
with the Ileal
M IS CtXI.A NKO UN.
Successor to U.S. Uarrcll,
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's lllock 10th street bet. Commer
cial and Washington Avenues.
PAllKEll & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Potly, Ilenslue, UnaoUae,
And the celebrated illuminating
UROBS' BUILDINf, COP llTH-ST. COM
nro compounded In tho most approved style
USTCome and seo lor yourself. Thoy keep
on hand a flue stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
UAllH. AND MOUND CITY
Will mk tlirnn trljn ilallj.
At 7 a.m.
t 11 . ..u.m
At 1:30 .p.lll
I.KAV'O .MOUND CITY
At 8 -TO I. III.
At ISO .. . p.lll.
At II p.lll,
Kurt; each v:i ."J I cent: 111 tlrki't Inr
i'l fid. Will land, when hailed, at any jjoot'
Intenneillato landing for pui'iigcr cu
MRS. 31 cG K H,
On ElKhth8trel,lrf'lwpnCommT:lluid Wib
ntiton AYellUf", la 1RI!T rc-crivin?
NEW .MILLINERY GOODS
LITKfrT I'M. I. AND WINTKU CTVI.KS
lMHe lull linn of
BOITKETS & HATS
ITntnme.1 nml iintnmmt"!,
FIIKNCJ KI.OWKrt! MHtKWj, TUIMMI.Vj
of All kful. I.noe. tc. etc.
Mr. McGt-e lin" al-o Urge naiortment o
NKCK TLX COLLAM. UNDKHSLEKVKS,
KOKKri, MAMIK6, FA.Na,
And til oilier Rrtielcn uiu&lly found in
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
tr. Mcdre. In a'blltlon to hfr stock of K3Cf
ml Milliner) (iooiln, liai n Hnn nuil cotnpleir
Firtm-nl ol ClncinntU Cuntorn Mai l.,llr
.nd Mlss'j' Mlioe nn'I ChlMrrim' Hooti. Illnck
r.'l In Colon". TIim Me acknowlriliird to Iw
tlm rinnt nnd 11 xhoon in the mrkt, nt.il Ihli
in only p!co In tho city that make, tliprn a
MRS. M. S WANDER,
liu opened out un cil.'DKiTe Mock of
All ot which r entirely nctr nnd of the tott
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIBUONS,
And an iIckhui amorinieni ui
LAUEH, rKINOKS, KID OI.OVKH, HOSIKItY
And all Httlclc-n utually kept In a flrtt-clain mil
Mr. hwandtr Invite the public to call and i
e;t'iir Flock, wliu-li he will take pleumrolu
hottinu to old iw wll now ciiHlnir nr.
NTOVWi. Tl.-VWAItt;, 17l',
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND
aro spread morning
o'clock, at which all
pate free of olianro.
and evening at 10
nro !invitcd to partlc-
CAIRO OITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. ODEKLT A CO.,
Bulletin Building, cornor of 12th
street and Washington avenuo,
All kinds of Binding and Ruling done at the
Terr lowest nrlcen. UaTlnir ni.n,l thn .......
cea of Mr. Uuels, who nan haT many year
experience in one of best Binderies of tit. Louia
to superintend mis establishment, we can con.
ndsnlly Promise our patronn work tqual to lbs
ef any Blodtrr la lb wst. 1
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO OIVK A MOKE UNIKOUM AND I'LKAHANT
UK AT, TO USK I.K8S WOOD, AUK MOItK
UAKKKULLY KITTED, ARK MOliK
EASILY AND CIIKAI'LY MOUNTED,
A UK UNDKK MOItK I'KIIKKCT
CONTItOL, HAVE A 8TH0NQEK
Glvo hotter satisfaction, and sold for 11
Less l'rlco than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
In tho market, gold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
IBOft WO ft KM.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK
HOIIEIIT WOOD, TIIOS. M ROOT
RODERT "WOOD A CO.
1,131 HIiIko Atnnue, Philadelphia, Pa.
-FOUNTAINS- -PLUATINM HITANH
8TATUAHT -WATER I,l I.I ES
-DUCK8- -TURTLES, Ac-
Kor DecoratlnK Fountain.
VERANDAHS, SUMMER MOUSE,
tltllORS, CHAIRS, HKTTEKS, Ac., Ac.
NEW STYLE WIIOUOHT-IKON KAILINO for
Front of llouce anil Cameterlei. New toforn
OAST AND WROUdl T'lnON KAII.IN03 far
Public llullillngii anil Souarea. Crmeterv Lota.
and (ImiIpii Fenupn, llalconlm, Roof Creatines,
etc., in Rrnat tarlaty of Patterns,
IRON HTAiliH, Huiral ami Mraleht, ol yarloiia
1 allerns and atylca. Hneclal attention alten tM
cla of work,
LA M P POS TH, for Kronta of Publlo Ilillldinita,
llotfli, and City Streets, ol Plain and Elaborai
n l AllIir. KIT iMi.i.oruaHianu wronahMron.
ol New Iniprorpil Hiyli-a, such aa Hay Rank,
-inn i;mion, ranger, uarueaa uracaeia, uuc
ler, Ttnpn, Wnlilaiori., Sic.
WIRE WOKK of every description. Wirn
(iunt'lt of Crimped Wire, tjaltaultril 1 r Painted,
in I'laln or Ornnmenial Pallernii. fur Store Doors
or Wlnilown, Kartory ami Warebouso Wlndowa,
nniiinK" or uiiicpk. iianitr, counter iiainnga,
i.nii'.iiiirn, i.nmt iii rrin ri'uvjri., ac, ae
(1ATKS for inlfBlire M Omtrlra. I'iil,ll.
Ho 11 sr en a"d Orntlrnien's Country Seats, of ()a
'lulilnitor WroiiKbt'lrnn, both alcgla &nd uouUe,
in Pinonraio an'i airnpiH iiphikup.
DRINKING KOUNTAINH, lor street linen. A
rerv lane aanortment of deilirna cxoreralr tow
CAHT-1HON URINAL IIOXK'j. for but. a nnrk
OVAL VAHKH, Idtp.t te, centennial pattern.
II I I Oil I M! PO.iTS. Jocker. Coolli..HamlH ami
I lain deaimiK. 4&eodCm.
.Vo Person can take these Dltlf ri accord.
Idk to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their tone are not destroyed tiy mineral xjlvjn or
other means, and vital organs wanted bvyond tbo
point of repair.
Urapcytla or Indication, Headache, Palo
In tho btiouldcrx, CouRlia, Tlgbtneas of tho Cheat,
Dizziness. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Had
Taste In the Montn. Illllous Attacks, Palpitation of
tuo ucan. innatninaiion or mo i.ungs, rain in tne
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptom, are the o,T-sprtngs of Dyspepala. One
bottle will prove a better guarantee of lis menu
than a lengthy advertisement.
Fur female Complaints, In young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or
tbe torn of life, these Tonic Hitters display ao
decided an Innuencc that Improvement Is soon
For Inflammatory anil Chronic Ilheu
inatlim and (lout, Illllous, Remittent and Inter,
mlttent Fevers. DLwaes of the Mood, Liver, Kid
neys and IlliiMer, these Hitters hare no equal.
Such Diseases aro caused by Vitiated Wood.
Theynre n Retille PurRatlye aa wellaa
Tonic, possessing the merit of acting as a
powerful agent In relieving tvmgcstlon or lodam.
rnatlon of tbe Uver and VlKeral Organs, and In
For Kkln Olirnirs, Kmntlona, Tetter, Salt.
Rbeum, lllotehes, npota, rimplea, Itutoks, llolls.
Carbuncles, Klng-worms, fkald-IIead, Sore Eyes,
Erysipelas, Itch, fecurfs. DLscoloratloni of tbe Skin,
Humors and Dixeaj.es of tbe blf In or whatever name
or nature, are literally dug up and carried out
of tbe system in a short time by tbe nse of these
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vl.viaiR BIT.
tim the most wonderful Invlgorant that ever
sustained tbe ainklng aratem.
It. II. .MclM.AI.D . CO.
Druggists and lien. Agu., han FraucUco, CaX, A
cor. of Washington and Charlton su., N.V.
BOLD BY ALL DltUROlDTS A DEALERS.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
Cures Colic and Orlplcg la
ha Iloveli. and facll. atta
tlia prbcs.s ot Teething.
Fobdne Convulsions and ovar- I
comes all dlira.es lncii.nt to f Qipt
WHITCOMB'S I rjcVJflTm.TcI2X
SYRUP. Un chllJ" '
r.ellevri pain, weakness or -rXf
hauitionln lOorEOinlnntsi.glv. V SJtini
leg toseaudpowtrtothasyitam. J r-j zrvo
It Is tba Infants' and Children's Great Soothing
P.smedy, In all disorders Lrougtit on by teethlcg or
any other cause.
lie particular In calling for WIS. wniTCOMB'S
EVnt'l', and take no other.
Prepared by the (IRArTOf MEDICI.VE CO , St.
Louis, Mo, Bold l,y DrugglsU and Dealers In
q BUZ MC AND 1 a DO YOUQODIX.
Uy clesnilng the blood and aronslng tba liver and
secretive organs to a healthy action, Dr. Ilenry'a
Hoot and 1'laut Pills cura many complaints which -it
would not t o supposed they could reach, such aa
Ileiidnrlic, lniii lis tho Hide, JVnmb
iieajis nt tho IliiiiiNnuil Feet, Diillnoa,
t'liillni'Mi, ItliriiiiinllHin, Ncuralirln,
Loan or ApiMMltc, IIIIIoiim llynentcry.
Kidney AlferlioiiN. CaiiHtliiutlon, II o
liilltr, Fcvcrtt or all kluilw, DyMpcp
alls, JnntKllcr, nnd other kindred coniplalnts
arising from a low state of tho body, or otstructlon
of Its functions.
lining True from Mercury and other pollens they
can be taken at all tlmus and under all clrcumstau
ces, without re-ant to diet, butlness or pleasure.
The etlmuUto tho weakened and distempered
piuti Into hcallhy uctlon, giving them strength to
dlihiirden themselves and throw off tho obstructions
which aro the first cauio of disease, without
proilucliiK cither iiiuiaeisor crlpliir.
All heavy and drowsy eonaatlons, which ara the
forerunners of direful diseases such as Apoplexy,
I'ltmlyllrKtrolirH.Ac. aro effectually warded
olf by a few doses ofthe.e eearchlng Pills.
full ilrMtlon. eround etch bat, la E&guili, Ucrtusa, frcMb
SQtHpftDl.b. Price M Cent, a Lei.
I'r.n.rel lr Ibt Ur.ftori lt.1klns Co., Rt.Leall.Uft.
If llrbf liu ud ileal. r. u Uedlclne svsrjwksrs.
Vho lr. Ilenry'a World's Tonic andj
It Is tho great household remedy, pleasant to
take, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
illseases. It Is better than Hitters, Cordial,
IlucbuorSarsaparllla. Sold by Druggists
Ir. Henry') Boot nnd Plant Plllsu
Mild yet thorough no nausea orgrlplng en
tirely ve fcetnblc-great 1 Iver remedy. Price 25
cents. Sold by Druggists.
Mm. Wultcomb'a Syrup.
The great soothing remedy. Triea on!y 83
sents. Gircs rest to tbe mother and health to
tho child Sold by Druggist .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
Pi Ice 60 cents. Address Dn. Born' Dltnfx
liar, is North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Ho.
C' K( TA COfi rer day I Agents wanted
C'tlU, XU cpiU All classes of working pea
p.e.eltlu rsei,' young or old, make moio mone
at work for us in their spare moments or all, the
tune, than at anything else, Patticulars free
Address G. Htlnson Co., Portland, Maine.