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john h. mulkkt,
Attorney at Law.
orriCR ! Atresldenee on Wlnlh lwrt,t
t ween Wish ln ton avenue and W alntit g
At the Ilni.t.rn Ofliw. ( airo, Illinois.
con mid dm
Prcsh, Pur and Natural, ft" furnished by Old Mother Earth "FOR
THE XIEALINQ OP THE NATIONS." Obtained Direct
from their Sources and Kept on Ice by
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION
BETHESDi MINERAL WATER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Claim ti lit- a piclflc in all rae of I i1tt.-8, Inflaiiiation of the Kidney. Inflaruetion
of the 'cck ol the Iliad Jer and I'retres, Inflamatiou of the Ulnddt r, bropy, Uouty
Swellinff", htopt.at'e of t rine, Alljiinxnuriu, Kopv or Cloudy L riue, Hrick Iii.t !
i)nit; Thick, Mortld. Hiliom and Hulk Aric3rtnr trine, with llone Duct Itcponit;
iturniiiK henna' Ion with Miarji rains w hen void. in; I'rine : Hemon-age of the Kidneys,
1'ain in tti. Kidney nnd l.ino-, Torpid Liver, Indigesti in, Calculus, and t'tuiale
There if no remedial n;'eiit known t man tU;t cau euro the foregoing deseases a
fleet uiilly an lletlicda Water. Thlx fact 1ms been demnui-tiated wherever Uie water
ha- lirin ued according to dircrtioiia: which ran tn had a the General Agents' liy a
iiliriiion to them. 'J he water sweet and plcatant t't the t :- . It ran be drank at all
hours. Why should an one suffer wh le tint water i -o evily obtained ?
1 1? UK. 1I AWI.KV 1IKATII, of 2H0 liio:tday, Nc-.v Voi k, gives the following IM
i.f recent cures within his practice :
ontiniiatlon of rurm lv liK I II rI A H'KINft VA I'kil, after the patient have beeu
pronounced beyond relief though they nre not a tithe of those daily received :
A( ( '11 Alt INK I I A I ' KT KM I li: v . I homa l'enioM-, Sea Cliff arid Mrooklyn : Moni
Urown. I'enn Van: Major Hurt, Mr. Hat her, Mr, (iuion, Kuideihook; .Mr. Saunders,
ew Vol k.
I'.llMi Ill's lIl".AK .1. S. Could, Hudson : Mr. .Iiide Van Cott, Caleb Morgan,
Mr. iianie. Mount rriion : W. W. Se. oi . Miil .-in;:; Mrs Alderman. ilr. Hall, Mr.
ileox. New York : ir. a. W, Heal. Mr Iteiiiiit. Mr. Hero.. Mr. Jaiue. Ilrooklyn.
I LCr.KATIo.N ijK TI1K I'LA I IKI' - K. Colfax, rtufT.lo; T. J. Cox, New Vork.
What nrL'eoii-Cieiier; Woh-ott and other prominent Medical Men -ay about the
MM.WAt KFK.;.lnmry 1, 17:..
I am Krattlied H tind that the opinion then by me, over tw year aro, on the
medicinal properties of the Helneda Water, ha- been fully hU-tained and cuBrirmed by
it une. in a val number anil Tarietv of ease, involving Uie urinary organs. In manj
nay In mont of mh h ca-cf, 1 do not hMtate to cay that it i a-tly aupertor to any
other remedy known to the profusion. E. I!. WuLCoTT. M. I.
We fullv concur in the above: O. I". Wo'.rott. M. l: A. K. Gamer, M. )., IiabeU-;
H. elowkkl, M. ! : .1. M. Allen. M. 1.
in in lh-rarl. e, U 4n.WJ u l .u-. Dircii., Altrntive anil AK:ricnt,
urilyli'X ami rmi'.hiiiK t lu.. and ftliimiUtini; even
lr IL. .rrrt I'Hrr th ilimlitwuutieil analVkt. uvl
Sa!m anil tuiphur water an quite frequent, timr'artively. in nir blue
II the Si.r.nu, of tins nature. k(inat i rtkcm. on Una
rrmarkabic, in many re-ici, at tlime of the lower lllu.
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
The wate r of the Kxei Uior prinu' i
ipei ienl and alterative eBect. the incipient foriiu of dixeaxe.
It 1 hljflilv recommended by the moit eminent idiyirfiUK, and U ined with gre
MKvcin the' treatment of lvpepsia. Constipation of the Howeln, Aflections ol the
I.iver and Kidnev", Krvrrn, S r'otula, Cutaneoua lifea.e, Ktc. It ia a' an excellent
remedy tor the Headache, and a plean.int and healthful beverage.
Mineral water. freiuenlly ir nl medicinal virlut. iu llieir ue, which cannot be accounted o thB
j.rirtie of ilic in;rrii nt wl.i. h arc hnwn by analyii.
All of the above Waters for aule on drauirht in Bottles, by the Gallon in
Jugs or KeK, or by the Barrel by
BARGLAY BROS., Druggists,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo. 111.
GILES, BRO. & CO.
NOS. 266 S 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
VK AUK SPECIAL AGENTS i'OU
AMI HAVE A
AND AN" ENDLESS
Ladles' Eine Gold Wutches,
l.old Uei Ltmins,
Cold Neck (.'bailiA,
Silver Vest Cliuina,
Julile l uslors.
1. 1. Id King,
OWce and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
r-I- verv odc visitiug CHICAGO should cull at
The Cheatiei't ''noes Is our -Mono.
I "N" JEI XT 3FI. 33 IN TUB
On the Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
Or LIFE or ENDOWMENT
fcrrtil'jn. in hentumy. !ont art tu aiuacwnn
invaluable, removing and preventing 1
11' LL STOCK OF
i tips and Ooblcts,
It ronchca .
Cural Sen nml Hiii.,
l ea Seta,
(lera Glasses, Ac
our establishment and examine our Goodstd
FOR YOURSELF AND FAMILY.
PAID EVERY YEAR
E. A. BURNETT, Agt.
OCO.O. aiVLllatlxx -Bu.ll.Ala
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 187G.
A DUelple of Jn Nmlth Irefehlii;
In NllanahuK-ll Is rntly -ioel
In the Folplt A New and Iinproel
Hormnniim In Maaallaiii.
(From the 8aa Francisco Chronicle. )
Tlie latest fjcclal correponlcnce aud
tolc-f rnphlc new from Utah to the t'Aroni
ele indicated that the Mormons were in
Uitidlng to tiinke a lirira wouthward.
Already they hive -settlement In Arizo
na and are credited with havintr laid out
an ambitious iirograinmcln ,cw- Mexico,
where it is popularly BUppoi'ed Got. Ax
tell welcomes them. The saint who
bow at the shrine of Joe .Smith are ambi
tious to go stilt farther, for t! ey are al
ready preaching the tloctriueg ol the l'ro
phet in Mexico. We have before us the
Semanario OUcial. the official organ ot
the government of the titate of Chihua
hua, published in the city of Chihuahua,
from which wc translate as follows:
A MOKMO.V KI.DKK M0tKR4TKf.V STONED.
"A few days ago a remarkable tveut
attracted tlie attention of the publk of
this place. Daniel W. Jones, a promi
nent Mormon Apobllo, had printed and
ditribured handbills announcing that he
would preach a fermon on Mormouism
at the Zarnfoza Theatre. Humors that
Mr. Junes 8-)d his co-laborers would be
stoned (adebreados) Incited us to attend
the meeting. The audience present was
very large, and at lirst complete order
reigned. The prea -bing commenced iu
the midst of profound silence, w hich w as
an evidence that the audience was Inter
ested. After a little while a few discon
tented persons commenced to initiate dis
order by throwing small stones and pieces
of wood at where the ejicaker stood, but
tliey had few Imitators and were frowned
Jown by the -rood judgment of the ma
jority. "The lecture waa not very inter
(stinir, the audience diverting iteli
principally by contemplating the
constant truggle of the or
ator with the difficulties of
the Spanish language. The perform
ance concluded with a heterogeneous
mixture of applause and hisses. The
mormon misoion.iries intend to carry on
their work along the Sieras. We wish
them a pleasant trip, but we cannot as
sure them that they will meet with the
skme tolerance iu other places that they
have in Chihuahua."
A NEW AND lill'ROVED MOIiMONISM.
From the best information belore u.,
this is not tlie first time that the Later
Day Saints have attempted to give the
Mexicans the gospel according to Joseph
Smith. Immediately preoediugthe revo
lution in the State of Siualoa, a few years
ago, which ended iu Gov. Kubl being
overthrown by Gen. Angel Martinez,
considerable of a sensation was produced
in MazHtlan by the announcement that a
zealous and eloquent Mormon missionary
had planted his standard there. His first
convert was a young literary man. now
editoi of a weekly paper in that city.
1 he young convert, like all youthful re
ligions CiullueliinU), nu luilcU nway
Dy tue poetic views given of Mor
mon lite by the missionary, out
w Inch older heads could have discovered
consisted entirely in captivating rhetoric.
1 he convert wrote to a very wealthy
friend in Gaudaljara, Inviting him to
Mazatlan and investigate the "new and
improved Mormoniein" brought to
Mexico, ine uuauaiajara gentleman
gave it his entire sanction, as tar as ex
pounded to him, and promised that
means 6houiu not oe wanting to print
the new doctrines iu the Spanish lan
guage, i he woum-De-rivai oi urignam
Voting and His fervid young .Mexican
convert set to work and actually com
menced "revelating" with an ardor and
zeal really impetuous. A representative
of the Chronicle has seen and read the
revalatious, at least enough of them to
form a small-sized volume. They are
written in Spanish, and well calculating
to deceive the innocent aud confiding
into the net ot Mormonism, improved or
the ability to play his part successfully.
BLOOD ATONEMENT AND REVOLUTION.
The doctrine of blood atonement,
which, it is alleged, plays so frightful a
role iu Mormonism as understood at
Salt Lake, became a prominent and
powerful agent iu Mexican Mormonism,
so tar as it progressed, but in a different
way. 1 he atonement in tne new scheme
w as simply the shedding- of a single drop
ot blood into the "sacred uru" prepared
lor iu reception. Every couvert was to
have his lelt arm nuuetured. and a tlroD
ot blood was to fall into the urn. This
was to bo the binding force, the positive
evidence that they were an or one Diooa,
and it was the ouly secret known to the
order. There were now seven converts,
all ot them men of peculiar magnetic
natures, and two ot them quite wealthy.
The "sacred uru" was actually purchased,
and a night appointed to bleed the first
sacrifices, it so liappeneti, Dy a strange
coincidence, that ou I lie very day of the
niirht mentioned fortbo meeting of "the
order '' the doctrine of blood atonement
was practiced public! v In Mazatlati
Gen. Martinez had captured the city, but
the only man who leii was a peaceful
Mexican mechanic, who happened to be
walking along the plaza or Deacn, ana
whose instant death was caused by a stray
bullet. The city was placed under mar
tial law.all the private houses were closed
and barred, and for the time being a reign
rvf t.tprni. curat 1'hlia thA imtino
which was to inaugurate me "new nna
improved Mormonism" could not and did
not take piacc. i ne revolution continued;
tlie would-bo Urighaui of Mexico returned
to California, and is now in San Fran
cisco. And thus, too, do the best laid
plans of men and mice often buck against
their mighty projectors.
E. F. H linkers Diller Wine of Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended wiln sviiiDtoms : nulls-
Dosition to exertion. ios of memory, dlili-
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
OI uixeane, weak., uei ou u riuunii. menu-
ful horror or death, incin sweats, com ieei,
weakness, dimness oi vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ol the auiscuiar system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic syinp.
turns, hot hands, tlakhinir of the holy, dry.
neya or me skiu. paiini coiiDionaDce auu
eruptions on the face, purilyiug the blood,
uain in the bark, heaviness ol the eyelids.
freouent black spots Hying before the eyes
with temporary suinsioo and loss of sight,
want ol atteutiou. eto. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. V. Kunkel's Hitter Wine of
Iron. It uever (ails. Thousands are now
enlovinif health who have used it. Take
nnlw K. V. kunkel's.
Ucware of counterfeits aad bas imita-
Coins V-as-sHitl sjtrsrwt Ml
Hons. As Kunkel'g Hitter Wine of Iron is
o well known all over the rountry, drug
gists themselves make an Imitation and try
to palm it off on their customers, w hen the)
call for Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron.
Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron is put up
only iu 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on the Jwrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on the outeide, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for h. Sold by druggists and
ALL WORMS Itl'MOVKD ALIVE.
E. F. Kuckei's Worm Syrup never fails
to des'roy Pin Seat and Ntomaeh Worms.
Dr. Kiinkel, the only successiul physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common sense teaches that II Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. Kun.
kel, No. North Ninth street, 1'biladel.
pbia, Pa., or call on your Urulst and ark
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Svrup.
price, tl.OO. It never ialls.
Lyon's Katiiairok makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hatr ( prevents IU rail
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y.cars. Is charmingly perfumed
and lias nortval. 3-10-dAwly
St. Charles Hotel,
nm ivzr. is '; tkz
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board. 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Say
Special Rates by Weak or M.nth.
A limited number of very driratile family
rooms can be m-c u red ut rearoimMe rates lor tin
1 he t. Charles i. the largest nmlbe't hi mint
ed llotiae in SouUieni Illinois, ami i the sadina
hotel in Cairo. Notn libsteixlinfr the "lied
Kock" reduction in prices, the table will, ns
u -mill, be liberally tupplird with the vey lient
of ever thing that can be found in market.
Fine lance sample room for commercial trav
eler, on irround floor, free of rharKe .
0AII baagfttreof ifu.nts couvrved toaui Irolu
the liotel Wllbout charge.
.IE W KI T vrii.-o. 4 ro. ,
Evansvllle, Cairo aid Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducah, Shawnoetwn, Erans-
vine, Lrouisviue, unoinnatt
and all way latdingB.
The elcKant aide-wbwl .teain '!
Cairo evry TUES
WaXTKH B. lKKMUIOTOM
Will leave Evansvllle fr
DAY and ruiliAl at 4 o'clock D m
Will )veC!r--ry WEDNKdUAi'sndSAl
L KDA kt U o'Cloca P. m
Each boat makes close connection, at Cairo
with flrst-claaa steamers for St. Lous. Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Evansvile with
the E.AC. it. It. for all points North anl East,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamer fohsll
points on the Upper Ohio, iri vine thnugli re
ceipts on freights and passemrer to al iKiiots
for urther information apply to
sul. MLtLii, raasenger vgeni.
J. M. I'HIX.CII'8, jent'1
Or to G.J. GKAMMHt.
Superintendent and General t'reifrbt A.-ent,
lo-j-io-ir. r. vans vi lie itaiana.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
lEX fiXST and CEKATSBT WiCOff
MANUFACTORY. OHIC LEVEE
Near Trurth-Fourth Itreat
BIXTIT STREET, Bstween OIIIO
LEVEE AND COlVUiaciAL
Manufactures his own lores Shoes, and
can Assure toxt work.
We Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ALSO, Dlta LKltS ll
AND OTIIWi l uoeteK.
a, 7 79 Vlate ltl, VIM.
STB ATTON & BIED,
AOENTS AMERICAN POWDEB 00
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET 00
Ah kinds (hard and soft.)
FLOOlimO, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
G. D WILLIAMSON,
And Denier iu
Ho. 16 OHIO LEVEE. .
SPECIAL attsntioi given tocoasiiranients and
No SU Ohio T-evee,
R. SMYTH 6c CO.,
wtAia -" Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
WINKS OF ALL KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESSRS. SMYTH A CO. have constantly
a large stock ol the best iroods iu the mar
ket, and give especial attenUon to the ftbolsaale
rancn oi tne business.
PA 1ST AKDOILS.
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER.
Paints. Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Olaas, Win-
aow onaaea, so.
always oa band, the celebrated flluniinauof
Corner EleveBtli Btrest ud Waahiaa-
WHOLESALE AND RET ATX.
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Cleae.
Corner 10th Bt. and OommeroUl at.
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
atsraesa WaakUuTtOB aa OosWkMMlM
Avaui, Aimam Hajuay.
KBITS for aals the bast Beef, Vtk. attoa
Veal, Lsiab. teaaaa. A?-.f Jf
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
W. p. HALI.IDAY, President.
HENRY L. IIALUbAY. VioePreat.
A. B SArFOIlO, Cashlef,
WT ALTER 11 Y SLOP. Ass'l Cashier.
S. St at Tarta, 11 II. CrrMsoiiAat,
H L. HaI.MDAT, W. I1. If ALI.IDAY,
O. 1. WlLUAatHOil. 8TKnt(! lilHJ),
A . U, SArroHn,
Exchange, Com and United States
Bonda Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
Nell, Vice I'res't.
II. Wells, Cahier.
T. J. Kerth, Asat. ash'r
Corner Commercial Avo. and bth Street,
K. llrn-s, Cairo. Wni. Klutre, Cairo.
T. Ncu. Luiro. Win. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Susuuka, Cairn. It. L. llilliuKJlc , l l.uiiis
f. Hililcr, Cairo. II. Wells, Cairo.
F. It. lirlnkiuan, St. Ixiuis,
Uesteial Vinkiuir lliioliieaa Itnne.
r3"ETchan(re sold and houfrht. Interent paid
a the Savinirs Department. Collivtions made,
ad all business promptly attcndeil to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. It. 9AJTOKl. President.
8. 8 TAYLOli, Vice President.
W. HYSLOP. Scc'y and Treasurer.
P.W. Barclay, Chas. Gamoiibr,
P. M. Stockflrth, PaiilU Scrum,
K. II. CUKMLMOHAM, II. L. HaLLIDAY,
J. M. PutLLtrs.
TMTKREST paid on deposiU at the rate ot slat
M. per cent, per annum, aiaren 1st an b
Mr 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added i
iiately to the princitial of the deposits, thereby
Harried Women and Children may
uepoaji money ana no one
else can araw it.
Open every buslnessday from 9a.m. to ft p.m.
mi Saturday evenings lor savings deposits only
rom 6 to b o'clock.
W. HT8J-0P. Trsasmrer.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t.on, or in hogaheads, for ahipment
jromptlr attended to.
laafTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to aupply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIXO CITY COAX COMPANY.
d-Hall'day Bro. 'a office, No. 70 Oh le Levee.
rt-Halriday Bro.'s wharf boat.
Ij-At Kgy ptutn Mills, or
rj-At the Coal Dump, foot ef Totaty-Kigbth
UP-Post Office Drawer
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Matlomal aUak Buildinf , -ja-stairs.
rha Oldeat Established Aenoy In Bout
rn Illinois, rspreawaUasT ""
165 000 000
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH 8TREE1
4V. 9 waahl-tarte-s aad Oeamvaaerol
In all Their lejartmenti
Commencing Kay 1st, 1876.
Rich Black Silks
The "dost Celebrated Lyons Looms,
At 91 2.1 Keduced from M 0,
At fl lid Kwlut.d in, m 91 M7,
At 1 7J Keduced from 'i S5,
At a? OO KedtHvd from a tM,
Phil CclorecL and Fus; 1:
At 90c He 1 need IV. .in 91 1.
At "I IHl Hcliii'd Iro n l 5,
At HI 2 Keltiivl lnm l Ml,
At 1 AO Itednced from 11 Ml.
ELESANT Wlim 127 lllll COSES
la Camel's Hair, Cheviots, and Damsssee, Re-
dmitt to '., w, -"'cents l, from I12'.,
SI fsi, 1 and i
Popular Dress Goods
in New and Faehionablc 1 lil ies and Colors, ol-
lac Itednced from le;
lc. Itednced from 83e;
aiii; Iteduoeit from rj
a."c Ucdticvi from S7c;
Sttc, Fi inner price AOnto 5c.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
Sliiu and lir, Formetlv Sold Hi V.Vi,
v.f. ami .' 0.
M ii U.M. tola
At V, $V and $t
utnrMl from '". aansnil V'.
At fi ':' t..'.- '-educed fniu 3 tit
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Latest Paris Styles from 10 Upwards, em
bracing the choicest novelties at
Ladies' and Cbiidrens Underwear
An Immense Stock of Most Beautiful and
All at Very t'reat Reduction.
Ladies', Ctiildreu'a and Gentlemen's
The Best English, French and German Goods,
Ail Alarkeu at Lowest fossible Prices,
Are tborouKhly stocked with tho best
goods, at the lowest package prices. Beau
tuui American print at Do. ana lie. per
ard; standard 4 4 bleached goods at lOe;
table m mi mm
Iu all the Various Grades, atBargaint.
(AVlilch we keep at the Grand Street stor
only), we are ottering fcnglish aud Ameri
can tapettriee at 91, former price $1 15;
body lirusseu at ft m, lormer price ft mi;
.. ' i.. :.. .. . . , ...1....
Ullwoot iiiraiu aw iui-., unmi'i ijiilt, uw.,
three ply iuralas at ti .' lonuer price.
fl OU; ai-viotoa at .mc iu iw, iww
prices, 60s. to 87c.
dies' and misses' suits and tuualin under
wear, aud inf iuu outiits, seut tree ol charge
to all secttous of the I'nlted SUtes.
Rules tor self-measure ment aeitl on apph
cation to alt part ot the country.
Orders f jr good of all kinds will be care
fully atteaded to, aud the goods packed
and forwarded without charge, jans-wto
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N. Y.