Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY BULLETIN
KiT.nr woiiMNfi (voniutii iil-rptru).
okVe: Itiilli tiii itiiililin;', Wellington Avcuir
S u lso r I I't Ion ltivtew:
Daily (iWlvrfi'rt hycurrKirn) per wwk $
lly mull (in atlvuuee) one )car
By mail do advance) hoc year $ 00
s!s mouth 1 W)
"1 one mitiirliN W
T club of li-n mid over lx-r copy) I M
Posing- In nil ci"e prepaid.
- . - nill.Y.
First insertion, per uuare ) 1 W
ubiiequcntlniierUoU", pcmquare SO
Vor one week, jut square SKI
Kor two imki. ner nouaro 4 W
Kor throe week J'
J'uriino month " '"J
. Kaehaddlti nul wiiiit 4 00
i'irat luserlion. per aquare '
"nhaeijiient Insertion '
. tialil line of mild nonpareil constitute a square.
Displayed advertlaemonl will be chared actord
, In,' lo i he space ocriiplod, at above rutcs-lhcru be
tg twelve line of solid type to tlic Inch.
To rcjnilar hdTvrtlwrn we ouVr superior Induce
hf. hold a to rote of charge J manner of
tbaplieyiuR their favor.
Local notice twenty eeota per line for first lnsor
ion: tea cents per lino for track nuliit'iiui-nt Inner
limi. I'aMiiitinicailnim upon subjoctsof ecneral interest
l the pulilic are at till time acceptable, liujcited
i;.auiisrript will not be returned.
Letter find communication should be attlrc-iied
iViro Bulletin. Cairo, Illinois "
iilyMorniii Ikiily iu Southern 1 Union
J.iirgi'rft 'trt-ul.-itioii of tiny Daily in
"i'KIC'IAI. PAPKIl Of AT.EXAN'liK" COUNTY
M.ll. jr.wi-fll, K.litoi-.
KouKiiiN uiurelianUalii.ipggs to London
in diear coffins, UttTe Ix-intr more profit in
nulling the coffins than iti disposing of
other wooden piu-kiigi-ii.
Thk judges of t!io United States supremo
court, with their families, it is yi'nl, will
pass the montli of Kel'ruary in a pleasure
trip to Galveston. Tex:ts.
Tim present low price of cottuu lias in
duced a Tttmlun firm u order at Charles
town, Si C., thirty-nine hundred and forty
titles rect fdiipment to Sebastopol.
V until) Statks notes used to be at a dis
count in Canada, but naw the northern
New ork banks have agreed not to re
ceive Canadian bank notes except at a dis
count of 5 per centum.
I f is ascertained that the proceeds of the
late tair at the Catholic cathedral in New
York city were $175,000. The total ex
pense was only $0,000, nearly everything
having been contributed.
Thk proportion of soldi?. m who can read
I M I Urpitt 111 tltA aiittirut uMiiina ..f L'n.,,.... t..
as follows: Germany, 905 in 1,000; Bwed
ed, 9:J0; Kngland, 800; Holland, 750:
Belgium, 700, France, 6;15; Portugal, 495;
Spain, 4!)0; Austria, 4C0; Italy, 450; Russia,
115; Turkey, 75.
A mm. lias been reported in the Ala
bima legislature requiring lightning-rod
agents to pay a Htate tax of $100, and $10
to each county peddled in. There is great
complaint of the frauds committed by this
clasa of agents ail over the country. If
well founded, it is time that there wi(s some
legislation on the .subj tct for the protection
f such people as are too apt to be taken
in by these itinerant Hharpers.
Mrs. Katk Conn is as good a hater as
slio was a lover, and what affection she for
merly had for Wesley Iiinhop has been so
completely changed to gall that she begged
for the privilege of entering the court-room
with him the other morning o that she
r:ould alap his face. The prosecution were
o afraid that Bishop would be disconcerted
by Iter eyes while he was testifying the
other day that they managed to interpose h
ixjrtly court attendant between the two, Hnd
he passed the ordeal aafely.
Tw mod's lawyer, Mr. John D.Towushend
who nearly impoverished the old chief of
the ring with his heavy charges of fees, bus
been obliged to restore $1:2,000 to the estate
Some property worth that amount was
pledged to Mr. TowtiNhend to secure notes
for $13,000, given to him by Mr. Tweed,
but it waa stipulated that the notes were
only to be payable if Tweed was let out of
prison, and wna released on bull. The old
robber died before Mr. Townshend could
accomplish anything, an.l the courts have
ordered him to reatoro the property.
Tue prevailing digress .among the poor
classes in England, and the greatly increas
ed demand for relief have brought aUut a
discussion concerning the heat methods of
making cheap aoup for the poor. Tito mi
perintendent of the Leieenter Htpmre (Lou
don) aoup kitchen furnWii h the following
niclie for onu hundred gullons of sulmtan
tialsoup: "Take bullocks' heads or legs,
theads are cheapest), one cwt stew well In
separate lioiller If you ran; onions half a
bushel, carrots, lurrrlps, fie.; three quarters
of a buihel of split lentils or pens; a puile
lil of rice ; ditto of flour, to thicken."
HOW TO DESTROY K)LYGAMY.
If CJrnigrem will appropriate ten thousand
dollar a year, and apply it to tlto purchase
of Harper's Haws, Frank Leslie's Fashlou
Mtgt7.li.es, Madams rWrest's World of
v2.lna,iW. f-UAn !j '
Fashion, French fashion plab-a, etc., and
then flood 8alt Lake City with tltrw, we'll
have a sol'Jtion of the polygamy question
within three year. The Mormon wives
will act) anil fancy them. The pictures of
"perfect beauties" m the way of bonnets:
stylish Ints, hoes, collar, cutis and riblKins,
will get the jMdygamous females in a frenzy
of envy. In this franio of mind they'll
have the finery or a rumpus. Mmiey being
scarce, the Mormon husband will find him
self un-ible to buy wholesale nuantitius in
order to supply all his wives; and from the
moment he declares the fact his home be
comes a hell on earth, his wives are hateful
and unhappy ami the husband driven' to
desperation, will conclude that the extrav
agance of one wife is all he can support,
and will divide his other fifteen or twenty
among hu neighbors who havn't any.
A writer in the Boston Advertiser says:
"A to the Mormon religion with the ex
crosence of polygamy lopped o:T I think
that a creed that makes men good is good
enough. I have no patience with the in
sensate clamor for vengeance and cries of
indignation, when thoncwho raise them are
suffering from the pain of defeat in election
to office; nor with the stories of "Mormon
insurrection," which a pn ininent New
York journal lust year circulated tlirougl
the land. They are uuimalitled falsehoods,
without the slightest foundation in tact. I
know the country and the people well, fir
I have traveled over the length mid breadth
of the territory repeatedly during the lust
five yean. I assert confidently that there
is not a more orderly community in the
United States, nor one more generally
amenable to law, nt r one of less disposi
tion to molest its neighbors, nor one of
trreater average charity and sobriety.
Neither territory, city, nor village owe one
dollar of debt, and where there is no Geii-
tib population grog-shops, gambling s-a-
loons, and brothels are absolutely un
known." THE CHINESE 1T.OHLEM.
The Chinese ipietion, which command
ed recognition in tho platforms of both par
ties in the contest of 1S76, and has been
the cause of more riot and bloodshed on
the Pacific cont than all other causes com
bined, has at hist engrossed the attention of
Congress. We are sorry to observe, how
ever, that the motive that impels the pres
ent action in the matter is not a patriotic
desire tj relieve the country of a great and
growing evil an evil that is sadly enerva
ting the energies and industries of the Pa
cific slope- this motive is palpably subor
dinated to the effect the movement will
have upon the Presidential campaign of
1880. The question is simply made the
groundwork upon which both parti.- hope
to secure advantages in the State of ("alitor-
ma. i ma oeing tin-case it will he in vain
that the Californians will hope fir practical
relief. The suggestions of President Hny.-s
are not likely to be acted Upon, and their
utility is questioned, even should they coin
mand the attention asked for them. The
Chinese legation in Washington has al
ready gained a decided vantago ground
with the State Department, and although
they may consent to an amendment of th
Biirlingame treaty, they will exact, in re
turn, very htringent regulations in regard to
our trade relations.
This is where the stumbling block with
the State Department will come in. Mr.
Evaits, it is well known, looks to the exten
sion rather than the restriction of our com
niercial relations, and h will not hazard his
popularity with Eastern constituents to
remedy an evil on the Pacific coast. The
true solution of tie- Chinese quest! jn, in the
judgment of the men who Imvu given the
subject the moht thought, is practical and
radical legislation. Tiny believe, as Sena
tor Blaiiio sanl, that sell-prcscrvation is tin?
highest law, and that the Pacific coast peo
ple have the right to demand and secure
the instant relief that the great evil de
mands. Tho Itepublican leaders, however,
are embarrassed by their attitude on the
race question in the South. There are few
ol them as bold ss Mr. Blaine.
OUIi DEALINGS WITH OUR SISTKIt
The purpose of the Hayes administration
toinauguratu tho next .presidential cam
paign amidst tho throes of a war with
Mexico, is too palpable- to escape the at
tention of the most casual observer. ' No
intelligent man is disposed to deny that
president Diaz, has honestly striven to act
In good faith with tho United States, and
that whenever he Ims fallen short of a full
Ailment of his promises, the failure was not
chargeable to any lack of diligence or .lis
position on his part. The New York Sun
says, and no Just man will withhold Mum
dm'seinent f the assertion, that "wl.on he
g'od faidi which Mexico has exhibited in
Hll h.t dealings with the United Mtntes,
nines Diae nttuinm! to power, Is considered
candidly, the conduct of the Fraudulent
Administration and especially of the IV
lmttment of State toward that friendly
Government and weak nelghlxir, deserves
to be stigmatized M outrageous and p.!-
ti.na iT 7 , encouraging lu.
' ro,1"n. ni of winning cHofldcn.ee
viy urutal. Inatend o" cimourauliiL- In.
m order to acquire the commerce which
by our dimrs and goc, fur thousand
CAIRO BULLETIN: lllUKSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1879.
miles out of the vvuy to seek a more hos
!" ble welcome, every means seems to
I c been tried to provoke ill will and
Mexican territory has been invaded over
und over again, under the falsest of pre
tences, and with the deliberate design of
inciting war, as the necessary stop to acqui
sition of territory and the confirmation of
largo pretended mining titles by force of
arms. This policy from first to la-t has
been a huge job. and u rendered more ties
phable because Mexico is known not to
have the ability to contend successfully
against the United States, though she has
abundant capacity to make any contest suf
ficiently protracted and serious to add hun
dreds of millions toour public debt, which
is already big enough for the rising genera
tion to haii.lle.
Instead of responding properly to her en
deavors to satistiy exorbitant di-iimiiiN.eVi ry
steps of hers in tin; t ilirceiion ,, been ;m
swered with infilling suspicion, and every
act misconstrued as an evasi.m f dutv. To
meet the complaints of cattb- stealing by
Indians many of whom w.-iv T. ;-;s in
disguise, who made a prolit.-iMi- bu-Vi-s nf
rooiiing uieir inen.is, aim men ra.s.-ii i:ii
outcry against Mexico. Diaz ordered a large
force to the Itio Grande, which has patroll
ed the "infected district." ami sought by
vigilance and zeal to remove every cause of
discontent. The despatch' s . f .Mr. Evaits
ou that point are filled with gross indigni
ties, which he would not dar- to off -r to a
strong M)Wer, and which are rendered
doubly mean and dastardly b.-cauo Mexico
looks to the United States for example, and
almost for protection, as the directing au
thority on the American continent. He has
done his best, while sending out circulars
like a sewing machine agent to the four cor
ners of the earth soliciting trad'-, to repei
all the advances of M.xico, and to drive all
her business into the markets of England,
Prance and Germany.
In this respect he has been .successful,
and hardly iu any other. Now that Mexico
has sent forward the third installment of
the awards under the J dot Commission,
i. i-..... i . I
ji.. i.i in i mis aiioiner grievance to re
dress, after his own example of censuring
the Mexican government for guarding the
Bio Grande. If the B iard of Tr.t-b- of
Chit ago and other enterprising people who
are going to Mexico with a view of opening
new avenues of business desire .ucci-ss to
attend their expedition, they had b. i;. r be
gin at bum.; by suppressing the offensive
utterances of tie- Department of Stat.-.
which has lcn striving with unwonted
energy and sinister intentions, since H ives
usurped the otlice he now oeeupie.. ) j,n
cipitate a war between the two countries.
If we an- nt peace to-day, it is because
Mexico has patiently submitted to great
wrongs, believing that the pco;ic of the
United States do not desire u ir ior spo
liation, and t'mt in their own way they
would correct the glaring injustice of an
administration imposul on this counti v by
LlVKli H KlMi. The livens the imperial
organ of the whole human system, as it
controls the life, health and happiness (,(
man. When it is disturbed in iu proper
action, all kinds of uilmi nts are the natural
result. The digestion f,f food, the move
ments of the heart and blood, the action of
tho brain and nervous system are all imme
diately connected with the workings of the
liver. It has been successfully proved that
Greens August Flower is unequaled in cur
ing all persons afflicted with dyspepsia or
liver complaint, and all the numerous symp
toins that result from an unhealthy condition
of tho liver und stomach. Samide liotth; to
try, 10 cents. Positively sold in ull towns
on the western continent. Three doses will
prove that it is just what you want.
Ym; Mist Ci.uk that Cou;ii.--With
Shiloh's Consumption Cure yon can cure
yourself. It has established the tact that
Consumption can bo cured, while for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Asthma,and
all diseases or Throat and Lungs, it Is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses will re
lievo your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, und no mother can efford to be with
out it. You can use two thirds of a bottle
and if what we say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 5l)cU.
and $1,00 per bottle. If your Lungs Hre
sore or chest or back lame use Shiloh's por.
cms Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Havk you DysM-psia, nre you CoiiHtiott-
tod, have you a Yellow skin, Loss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitali.or. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and w ill you continue to suffer
wtien you can be cured on such terms ss
hose. Price 10 cents, and 75 cents. Sold by
Barclay Brothers. '
Wki.I.'s Persian Perfume '"Hin t.!, l
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Barclay
Can't Pkuac ii Good. No man emi do a
gtsidjobof work, preach a gixl v rinou,
try a law suit well, doctor a puii,,, r
write a good article wheu liu feels misera
ble and dull with sluggish brain und un
steady nerves, and none should mske tlia
liiu-mpt in sucli n condition when it can bo
"easily unci cheaply removed hy n little
IIp Hitters, flee "Truths" mid "JW.I.."
From it Distinguished Physician.
' Minute dlsense lius entailed morn snllei'ln or
liu-leiicdtbebrcukli L'tipoflhccimHltiitloii than
1'iilarrh. The Heliaeof miicII. of IiihI. of night, of
Inuring, the hamuli voice, the- mind, one or more
iiinl aonii-Uitic all yield to it iUirtietlvo ini!ii-nr.
Thcpoih.iii It illfirtliuif m ilireiii'liout the ytiin at
Irt. k everv vllnl loree und break" Ull till- most ro-
lmt of contiiniin Ignored hecant- hut little
iiinlerxlooil hy iilivsiclHie-. iiupotently h-i-hIIciI hy
iii:ii-k and clinrlMMiis, those Hiillcrlnir from It have
I. lit llttlo hope to he relieved i f It this id.lu of the
trrsve. It l time, tlien. that the popular tn-atmetit
of thi terrible dirense hy reiiu-die ulthln tie- reach
el all passed into liiind t once cumin lent and
trustworthy. The new :iiel hltherio nntrlcd nielhod
adopted by Dr. Snnlord ill Ilia preparation of lit
Kaiiicai. t'l iik liu won my lu inty nnproval. 1 be
lien-It likely to succeed lien all the u-u.-il ri me
die full, lici:aus. It strik. s at the root ol the diense
M..tln iieiiliHod hh'Od. uliile it heal the ulcerated
inemhrane liv direct appliciition to the iihhilI pa-H-e.
It uclliiii I- haed on certnin llx.-d rule, and
utiles the vital loree are too far t'lhaiirted, unist
III the er. lit malorlly of cne etlect a cure.
l.KO. I'.KAKM. M. I)
NoSscoit til.H !. so. Kwrmlngtoii, CMt. I, isTt.
SANFOIID'S ItADICAIi l'l:I!K
MAY silli ly claim tube one of the f. popular
reuiislie's lecelviiiu the approval ol medical i-i 11
Iteiiiiii. who, lii orivule. not only fret iy r- coiuin'-ud
It but uc ii in id. ir tumbles inWeft'ii iice t. in.i e
the prepnratloii tlsiiallv precrihed by plu i- iniis.
"Von nre aware. " nii.l a dltinjui-le i-ity pliv-l-clan,
-that tn y olili'Htion to lie- M. Me.ili-.il
Nik lety nre su. h thiil I ciimiiit imbllelv recommend
01 presi i ill,- Hi,, Kmllcal nr.-; but in. o I rec hed
hi aiiti h r- lii-l lioia the uc ol 1: m.s.-lf, after a
llioiiiilub trial nf the usual lenii'illen. I h ive iri-lat'-li
a.hisi i ii-ue. ai.il presume 1 have sent lo
u. i ,iur sinre no less ilinii oue lu.iulndef inv jm
ii, iii lor It. '
KNTI.KM KN :W'e have sold Sanfoiiu's Kvni
' e.i. i i hk lor iiearlr one year, and cb candid
Iv ll, t vie never sold a "iniilar prcparatit n llikl
sin h universal -ntislu. Hull. Ve halt- to l.-ani tile
U.-l coiuplail.t let.
W'e an- Hi t in the L.ibl-. of p-cunimendlii! naieui
medii iiu ". bin j oar pn parati in meet the wants of
thousaliil". :ind we Ibinli thost- aillicti d siionlil he
convinced of its -n at merit so that their Mtfl.-rln-:
W ill lie lellelcil. c hale lit en ill the drutf bui
nt ss for llie pa tut lvc :;r -oii-tanllv. and wild
fieri thin t; lor Ciitanh. but your- lead "all the ret.
ll proper vou eii ac thi leiter or anv port
of it that vou wish.
ery truly .lour. S. l ll.U.HWIN A CO.
V bob-sale and lletai! Ileal-rs In irn.'. I'xKik and
sra-.Uniry. W 'abiiL'tu. I net. . Kcb. W,u.
f'.ach packs-it- cou ains r. Saiitord' Inipmvnt
lnlialiie.- Tube, jo.tl ru (lir-ction lor it
' in all cases. 1'riio ii" Ilolinr. Kor
ale hy nil whole-ail- and r. I ail dia.vUts and
dealer-throULlionl the I nileil Stc ami i ans.la.
W Klilis A I'nTTKl:. (."ti. ial A.'eut and W ho'rn
sale Uni';jl-is, lioion. Mi'--.
An KUi-tio-i.alv.iiilc Hurt. i combined with a
lilalilv M.tli. at.-d stri nsllii'iiinc Plaster, tortn
t t Go- la st Piaster lor pains and aelics in the
World or Mr. Ii. in.-.
A" a i.-rand curaliv ami reloratlve a.-ent i oot
equaled by am eiemeiil or ni.-dleine in the history
of the In alinif art. t'tili- the vital spark ha fled
tie- body, re-lnratlot, by mean of tlectricitv It po-
il'le. It i" the lant re,ortofa!l physician and "nr
i"in. and tin re-cued thonsands. apparently dead,
Irouj an untiiutljr icrae. whm no other huinnu
aj' ney. mild hav'-uc( ee.li-d This is the li-aciu"
euratiieeleni.-lit ill thi 1'laster
I5ALSAM am. riNK.
T.'ic h.-aliiiu' properties of our own frairrant hal
aai and pine and the cum of the Ka-t are too well
known to require ibxriptlon. Their grateful heal
lie.'. Miothinif un, I str. iiu'lhenluij propertle are
known to thiiiisaiolt When com blued In accord
nine with late and important dlcoveric in phar
uiHi y. their l.caliiiK ami "treiiu'theiilnx prop.-rtien
,r,-iiierea-i d ten l..id. In thi" n pect our I'Usti r
i-the bt-.t in use without the aid of rleclrii-itv
TWO IX ONE.
T!iii combine.! we have two crand medical a vn'
in one, each of which perf rni" it function and
uieti illy prodiic.-s more cure than any lin.-m. nt.
lotion, wa.h. or I'ln-t.-r ever before roinponnd.-d in
th hiiitory of inedielue. Try oue. I'kk. j a t tsr.
Sold by all Wholesale Slid Id-tail Iru;-lt
throiiu-houl th- I mu il Stat. and Canada., and
by W I-.KKS A I'liTTKIl. I'rourletom. Itoston M i-.
JEFF. ('LA HK,
Decorative Paper Hanger
I I K T K n !
A SI'KcIALTY MADK OK
Glazing and ICal.sorninin.
Leave Orders at Barclay' or I'urkcr'a Book Store.
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTH AND SIIuKS.
t.'ornt-r Elulitli street
JOHN HMO AT,
PROPRIETOR OK SPUOAT'S PATENT
liEFKKf KUATOU CaIJS,
Wholowalo Dealer in Ice.
ICK HY THE CAII LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Cur Iioadn a Specially.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
LEXAKDKll COUNTY BANK,
Coinnierfial Avenue and EigUth Sliaet,
P. IIIIOSS, President.
I'. NKI-'K, Vice l'reaident.
II. W KI.l.H, Curlier.
T.,l. KKKTil, Aaalmant ( atil.-r.
F. rlnis, Cairo:
Wllllim Klttc-, Cairo;
William Wolf. Cairo:
It. I. lli'.linsley. si. I.oul;
I. V. t lcmpou, C'aiciloiila.
I'eler e(r. Cairo;
:, M. Osterloh.
K. Iluder, Cairo;
I lins. H.l'atler,
A HNRItAI. I1ANKIM1 IIVMSESS (M)SK. Kj
J. V rtmnee mild and boucht. Interc i-t paid In (ho
biivJnu' Hi parim. nt. t ollcctiuus made and nil
busiuesn promptly intend, -J to.
rMIK CITY NATIONAL It A N K,
CAPITAL. 8 100.000
Mr' KICK US
W. !' IIAI.t.lHAV. .i'l-t.T
11. I.. IIM.I.IHW. i-e I-P'.idi-Ilt.
WALTKl! insl.ul', Ci-aier.
". T t IT TVVM'll. P. MAI I t'ltV.
IO NKV I.. UttLIIiAV. II. II. tCSMSIIIUa.
' o. .i i i.ta-.s. r.i-iiai u:i:i.
II. M. I AS UBS
Kxcliiinge, Coin and United States Bond
IXit l.HT AND t.oi.11.
ll 'pfi.:i. r,-coudart-d.
iied tnd a jenerV bai.k'n-.' hniae
NTKl:i'l!ISK SAYINGS I5ANK.
riiaitcrcd M.rrh Jl, IWr
GKb'ICh IX CITY NATIONAL P.AXK,
INTE1:K-Tm: on d '!-l'i M ireb It and i..p.
t. mie-r l.t. lnt-n-i n'j; w-:hdran i added im-
!ll'-dOII. !i trf th- pn:ir: si of -.h- tlept:U, thereby
tr( hiMn-n sn.l marn-il wnno'ii may Ji-pojit
muner and iH.one ele cita tin it.
WALTER IIYSLOP. TiiKAstntK.
WW AM) SHOB MVKKR.
1H)0T AND SHOE MAKKK
Commeri-ial Atenu.-.btt l ',i!t.i III
sixth and Seviii:!i st. ( VtlllO, 111.
rpAKKS pleasure lnannoanc.ini; to hi patro:: and
1 the public icinrraily that bo had received the
nnct ana liiont el..-ct Hock of Leather of every
de. riptlon ever broui;ht totbl city. All work in
ht line ei.-ciit.-d promptly and in th beat manner.
Knttre atl"factlou ijiieii In ev.iry instance. I'rice
to sun vat; uuic.
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Flooring, Sidinar. Iith, Etc
At the Tcry loweat ratca.
Havin? a Heavy Stock of Log on Hand,
We aru prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
Oa the aliortenta otice,
A SPECIALTY mart of STRAMHOaT Ll'MBEIt,
Wt also nmnufacturo KUL'IT HOXM ATKUIA1.S
Crackar, Caudy har.klnie Boxea buivea, UeadltiK"
Uoaler in Fronh Aloat.
Hetwixin Wrvwhlntgton rnl Com-lnt-i-t
liil Av, udiolnlria IInnnyn.
V KKPH for aale the beat Boer, Pork. Mutton, Vet.
v i,mb. HauaaKe, 4c and a preuarud to aerve
lumlliea in an acceptable manner p wttrs
PAINTS, OILS, WALL I'APK.R. FTC.
WAI.I, PAP Kit,
Window (Jluss, Window Sliiult-s, Klc.
Alway un band ia, celubralrd iim vinatinm
SSn Cairo, lii
f ABKIAGKH A.H0 WAO0N8.
I'CMMHI'.l'IAI. AVE. between KIrTW ii'l
SIXTH STS., CAIUO. IU,
HiillslIMIuKINlin .(i,!ty. Kap-ilrln of all
kinds of vehicle dnmt u. ally and on short no
tlce, at the lowot posnlhle cost,
WATCH KS. JKWKLUV. KIV.
Watchmaker k Jeweler
NO. 10 KIGIITH STBKI-JT.
U.tw-a coaini-r.ul auJ I ",i!ti III
W jMti:Ut.ni ar-'t , ( I (11 1 CI, II).
FIXE WATCH. VOU K A Sl'KUAl.TV .
t"-E::'r-inr. a I till ki:nl of r-pi'rln n ''f
l'-A:l kludaof Solid J'-welrr naleio order.
ALLII)AY BliOTIIKUS, -
Fl.OUIi, (iBAIN AM) HAY
Illffhpst fah Pric Paid for Wlip.it.
WHOLKALK YilSM AM) Ml.'OIW
F. M. Mcl (let h.
StOCKFLETH & HliOSS
S'jreor to K M. RuH'k9h.
I:npcirttM-8 ami AVholHftlo dinilerH in
Foreign and Dtnncwtic
LIQUOILS AND WINES.
Rhine. Kelly Mand. Catawba.
porti-4 Port, hlivrrf, M-J-lir Wtun iod t hMn
No. 02 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
SMYTH it CO.,
Wholcule and Ketail Ih ali-rs Iu
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
A I Kssll.s. SMYTH A CO. hare constantlc . Bre
.! et.M-k of tin- hest L-lKxl" ill Urn ni"rk,.i ..,.1 i
eepeclnl attention to the nholcsaiu bram h al the
'piK OREAT KNOLISH REMEDY
TRADE MRK.m , .... ...
i. u u ioi-
I'm I I u k$ i un. fur
,-,., nun ml
dlaeaet' that lo-
low a a eiucin'.t'
k tin Hfii.iirifiM,,
Ttl,Ta, 'O'K 01 Meninrr,
v 111 verbal i.
rule are firm r,.iied by devlnllim from the path of
nature and over- in In ''eiiee Th., Mn.,id. u.' u ... '"
I the reault of a llfo aiuily and many yeu'ra of "Z
perlence In treatlnir Ibe.e special dleae
I-ull particular in our pamphlet, whltu wc tle-lr.-
to Hiid free bv mull lu ever one
The Speciye Medicine I-"old l,v all druu.jisl. at
SI per packau'e. or "K p,.eka,'ea f,ir 5. or , h,!
sent by mall on receipt of the money h addre..!.,
"I II tt U (AY MGOlOlNK ( "
' No. in Mei ioii.i. '- in....? i . ' .
IjTholil iu Cairo, III., hy 'Aui. u, kciiih, a. j
b) lriiKi(l"l fveri wheru. ,u
Oliliilned for new Invention, or for Improveniunt
on old one ; lor mcdlca,! nr other compound, trl(c.
mark anil label", I 'ureal, A"iiimcntii, Iniuf.
ferenci-, AiipeHlH, Suit for InfrTiiKeniciil nnd
all ca"e arl"ln tinder the Patent Law, lirtmmt-
lv altenileil In. lnvi'lillori" llml !...
If V I Fl 'T V 1 1 1,1,1 (,,"'" "Hy iTn
Jl Ti.l VA 1. I ) ,,wt ea.e. be pat.-nten br
ll. Belim opposite llie t!. S. Patent IJei artnicnt
and t-nuiiijeil In Patent bli"lne eacliislvely, we iuii
tiiaku closer searches, and secure Patent mom
promptly, and with broader claim, than tliiinc win,
are remote from Washington.
V FN TOWN !1" , ,n"ln' or "li,""'li f
11 ia i yjin yur ri,,Vn,, 0 milki)
aiiiliiiltluii" mill advise a to naleiilahlllii- iv
chnru'i-. All rorresponileiice slrlctly coiindeiiilni
Price low, und no c hnri'c unless Patent I secured'
Wo refer III WiililliL'tiin. In linn. I'o.i,,,
Ileneiiil II, M, Key, Kev. V, ll, power. The il'u.,,....
Amerlcim Nmlonal Hunk, lo oflli'lal In th t m
Paleul onicc. and to Ncnalor and Kepresi-mntivea
In Connre: and especially to our client In everv
Nlntv in llie li'nloil and In Canada, Address.
O. A. KNOMCX..
Clppoallu Piitenl Olllce, W. Y.:.i'toi 1). c,
c0 1NYKN"roim ANI).Vl;crUNR-H.
' PATKNIft and limi In n'iM-,1 tVeii,, TnirpI'lM
r ' ' ' " ''" J""liii'
" M...s...Ci, I At a 111 tV t l
Nillolur tif I'ateutt, llox III,,
Before 'in Vhl-After XiW
Hack, DlnincK.of thu Vision, Premature Old Aer
and many other disease Unit lead to Insanity, t,ou'
niiniillon and a Premaluri'limv,.. nri,i:.t. .. "