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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1872.
JOHN H. OBKKI.Y, Editor and Publisher.
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tlon price or the Weekly Caiiio IIiillktin
to One Dollar per annum, making It the
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FOX VICE MESIDKNT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
JOS ,jntTOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TREARURER,
CHARLES N. LANPUIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFXEIUL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOB CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
FOE CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
TO CLERK OF SUPREME COURT POUTJIKIIX
R, A. D. WILBANKS.
FOB CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
OKOROE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MXMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
"WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
We are authorized to announce II. S. YO
CUM ai a candidate for Circuit Clerk oi Al
exander county, at the ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We arc authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., m a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce P. II.
POPE aa a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
which n'evor tiros, and Uio Democrat of
Union will And, If thoy should experiment
In tho matter, that they will not obtain
another man who will bo n lucceislul ai
Bouton in tho printing business or give to
them n bottor paper.
The Cairo JMlitin makes quite a Icnirtliv
commcut on D. H. Ttiniov's article which
recently appeared in the Timm. That Miect
Indulges in a peculiar vein or Irony, which
It well knows a man who?, mouth Is wide
open to Riilp down flattery, will not discover j
and at the same tlmo brother Oberly would
Induce the uninformed to believe that "liber
lm"' has received o valuable acquisition.
No one knows better that John, of how little
value Turncy is to cither side. In fact wo
want all such men to go to the liberals and
stay there. Mattae Journal,
Our friend Jones, of tho 'Journnl,' is
disposed to do ui injustice Ho knows
The Bllletin never Indulges In irony
that Its strong point is its franknoss. But
if we wcro inclined to bo ironical wo could
not induce oursclf to be so at Mr. Turnoy's
expense, who, If the lato Methodist con
ference is to be believed, Is a child of
gonius, whoso home is in tho settin' sun.
Turncy Is n great loss to (Jrantlstn, and
tbo 'JwurnnV is well nware of this fact.
Thcroforo it treats him ns it has treated
other illustrious desertor from Its corrupt
party Sumner, Schurtz and Trumbull
and denounces him. Wo blush for Jones.
We are authorized to anuounco PETER
SAUP as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON LRVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff of Alcxauder county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
McEWEN us a candidate for Sheriff, at the
ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. OOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decls
slon of the Democratic Convention
Rooms of Liberal Executive Com 1
Springfield, 111., August, 10, 1872. j
John H. Oberly, Esq.: "
The following appointments have been
made lor Gov. Kanier, by the Liberal Exec
utlve committee :
Cairo. Wednesday. Auirutt 23th. at night :
Mound City, Thursday, August 29th, day
Metropolis. Friday, August 30th, daytime
uoiconaa.saturuay, August aist, uivtimo ;
Du Quoin, Thursday, September Otli, tit
Centralis, Friday ,'Scptcmber Cth, daytime;
Carlyle, Saturday,Scptcniber7th, daytime;
O. M. Hatch, Sec'y.
Robert Lincoln, son of President Lin
coln, is strongly for Grecloy. In conver
sation recently with a bosom friond of his
fathar, be remarked : "If father was llv-
ing ha would take an activo part for
'Greeley." Slate Register.
The Cairo Bulletin' has u new head. If
Its editor had one, the 'Bulletin' would cer
tainly be on the royal road to complete fcuc
cess. Matiac Journal.
Our old bead boasts in tho possession of
brains, a bout the head of Jones, of the
'Journal,' could not make, without lying
as shamefully as bis tongue has been in the
habit of doing.
Toe Massac 'Journal,' a Grant paper,
says Judge Green is a good speaker.
There is honesty for you a feather in tho
Judge's cap, for which ho should givo
Jones several bottles of Welti beer, if
Jones has far enough advanced in civiliza
tion and good -fellowship to drink that
The Massac 'Journal' says, speaking of
the Rev. Mr. Turnoy, vho lately bocamo
a Greeley ite:
A man, who assumes to be a preacher of the
Gospel, acting under the authority ofu Con
fercDce of bU church, pcM.u in .tuliifylnjj
himself by dabbling In politic., ?
Is a most decided injury to the ltcpublluun
Where's Bughey, the great political
light of Methodism? Let him resent this
insu'.t. It li too bad that tho Methodist
clergy , should be thus insulted by a
Grant paptir. It is, so to speak, an out
THERE is a difficulty brewing in Union
county. Several writers in tho Anna
FrtM,' of the 22d Inst., fiercely attack Mr,
Bouton, of toe Jonesboro 'Gazette.' They
accuse Bin of being guilty of a good many
things, But he can, no doubt, defend him
self Bftiatt all, attacks. We bavo only
MM objeeiion to Bouton, and that is his
alUf) Ulon to oppose everybody but him-
Mlft put this is an excusable weakness.
ZikM Barer offesded us a great deal,
WlMt fro Bouton by bis selfish-
Mil if ate Hf kit lB4eitable energy
U .1 '
Mr. J. F. McCartney was n candidato
beforo tho lato Radical convention in tho
Filty-flret Senatorial district for nomina
tion for Senator. Ho was defeated, as ho
Asserts, by transparent fraud, and is now
hesitating on his futuro course in refer
encoto hiscompetltor'scftiidldacy. Mr. Mc
Cartney is n man of remarkable energy
a thorough-going, novor-tiring man, full of
high Aspirations and lighting impulses.
Thoso who know him best liko
him most, and ncqualntcnco wears
away a dlsagrccublo impression tho
first impressions of him mako
upon tbo mind. Whon we first met him
wo did not ndrairo him at all, but have
learned to liko him slnco. "Wo now sco in
his character many good traits wo wero
unablo to see tit first glance, and Imvo lll-
tlo doubt intimate acquaintance would
make us admire him more. "Wo nrosuro it
would, if we could induce himself to bolt
Forrell and support .Grooloy, but wo think
wo know him woll enough to know that
he will not do oither. Thero is a weak
spot in his charactor which will mako him
swallow Forrell nnd kiss tho rod that l'ia
been laid upon his back so fiercely. Ho
lacks gall to mako oppression bitter. Ho
has not tho norvo to act upon his belief
that tho swindling Fcrreli should bo
crushed ; and, if Logan should pat him on
tbo back and Munn be active in tho uso of
"soft soap," our good friend Mac will
swear that Grant is great nnd Ferrell tho
qulntcscenco of honesty. 'Tis truo 'tis
pity, and pity 'tis 'tis truo.
AN ATTACK REPELLED.
Wo nro ono of tho poacoable peoplo
of tho earth, and no Attack of any ordi
nary character could induco us to ruffle
our feathers in ungor but wo are angry,
and wo daro any man, no matter how
hopolessly ho may bo lost to truth, to us
sort, after reading tho following from tho
Jonesboro 'Advertiser,' that wo Imvo not
just causo for wrath :
How does it Happen VGratz Brown
and tin Cairo Bulletin, iccm to have been
very intimate hIiico Gov. B. visited Yule
College I How docs it happen that Gratz's
acceptance for the Vtco Presidency on a
luuuKm nomination oniy appears in mo
Bulletin of August Ur We quote Shake
speare's logo : "Put money in thy purse
honestly If thou cuu ; but put money iu thv
Wo protest that tho abovo paragraph is
an unlquo insult of tho most remarkable
description, entitling Georgo, of tho "Ad
vertiser," to a sugar plum. Mark youi
good reader, how the youthful mind of tho
caustic editor grasps tho weapons of as
sault: Sinco Brown visited Yale, ho and
The Bulletin scorn to have beon inti
mate, wherefore it is surprising that
Brown's letter of nccoptauco did not ap
pear in The Bulletin until tho 14th, and
consequently, it is proper to quoto Iago as
an intimation that the letter was not pub
lished until Brown paid for its publica
tion! Heaven -and earth, has Income to.
this ? Must wo be told that wo refused to
publish a letter until wu woro paid for its
publication ? And Brown's letter, too I
This discovery of our manifest dishonesty
demands of us to suicldo.
But what is tho abovo attack to this
fierce assault 1 Says tho ' Ad vortlsor s 1
'I he Illinois ten year editor of The Bul
letin, Mr. Oberly, undertakes to assume
Important proportions in regard to the nom
inated Congressman for tho 18th district. If
ne is greatly troubled private and public
opinion. In till, region Is, thut Uaue Clem
I'liti., of Jackson county and Mr. Wall, of
1 erry, are abundantly able to llx their itatut
j.iuiuiu iuu inienerenee or the ten years
Bulletin irrowth at Cairo. Wo rccom-
i.tVv,lr' sllore, offulro, guardian of
Wo are somewhat at a loss to under
stand what George means, and are Inclined
to bellovo ho has, as usual, mado nn
egregious ass of himself, but nevertheless
wd admit that tho "nominated congress
'men," Cloinonts and Wall, aro alio to fix
their status without our interference.
Iko has done so. His status is well under
stood, and If he should equoezo into Con
gress, ho will tako bis place on tho lowor
stools, among the amount-to-notlilnpmeni-bcrsbut
oven lko, little us ha amounts to,
might go down In the scalo of common
sonso very ropidly for a century or so and
then not be as complete u fool as the stupid
editor of the 'Advertiser.' Thero now,
George, put that little item into your pip
and sinoko it at your loisuro) and, Goorgo,
lot us advlso you to not conttnuo to mako
an ass of yourself. You aro handsome,
and all you lack Is sonse. Sllenco some
times passes for that. So your policy is
silence. Mum's tho Word, Georgo.
MASTER WORKMEN .
DETAILS OF THE GREAT BANK
ROBBERY IN BALTIMORE.
rrom the Baltimore American, Aug. lit.
Decidedly tho most bold, daring, well'
planned, well-oxccutcd nnd successful rob
bory that has ever been porpotrated in
Baltimore, or in the United States, was ac
complished in this city between tho hours
intorvoning botween tho close of business
on Saturday and daylight or this Mordav
mornlnir. at tho Third National Bank of
city, which is located nt tho oast side of
South street near second stroet. The di
covcry of tho astounding affair created no
small sonsalion in buslnoss circles. Tbo
news spread liko till bad now travoli, with
contacious rapidity, and quickly South
strcot was in a buzz of oxcitomont by anx
ious Inquirers nftor tho particulars. The
Amcrlcun reporters wcro quickly on tho
ground, and below will bo found all tho
facts nnd incidents so far as they could bo
gathered this forenoon :
DISCOVERY OF THE UOIillKRY.
After tho bank had beon opened this.
morning uy uio proper person, too loner,
as usual, proceeded to open tho vault, but
to bis surpriso fulled to movo tho inner
door. Tho lock seemed to perform its
usual functions, but still the door would
not open, and tho teller finally concluded
that something unusual must bo wrong on
tho insido ot tho vuult. A locksmith was
sent for, nnd alter nn hour of hard labor
tho locks woro cut off, nnd then it was dis-
covred that tho vault had been completely
ransacked, an cnlranco having beon ef
fected thereto by moans of n hole about
eighteen inches equaro leading to a small
room in an adjoining mnruio iront build
ing, owned nnd until recently occupied by
John S. amines. Esq. On furthor inves
tigation it was discovered that the tin
boxes belonging to private depositors, left
in tno vault tor suro keeping, together
with the valuables and books of tho bunk,
had been romoved from tho vault In tho
hole abovo noticed in tho olllco adjoining.
and suspicion was nt onco directed to tho
party supposed to havo committed tho
HOW THE II Ulia LA ns PROCEEDED.
On tho 15th of Juno two prepossessing
looking young men, apparently. English
men, routed from John S. Glitiiigs, "Esq.,
tho lowor floor of his building, ostensibly
for tho purpose of conducting n grain nnd
commission business. They furnished tho
olllco n good style, nnd to all nppenrnnco
woro doing a thriving nnd legltlmato
business. It no w turns out that tho osten
sible business of tho linn, which went
undor tho namo of Stabler & Co., was
merely a blind, and their real object was
to rob their noighbors, tho National Bank.
The watchman of tho bank, Michaol Har
nett, was on duty day and night, but so
udroitly and noiselessly was their work
conducted that no sound not the slightest
DESCRIPTION OP THE PREMISES.
In tho back olllco of Stabler & Co. tho
wall directly opposlto tho bank vault
shows that a targe plcturo or chart had
been hanging lust over tho place where tho
holo was cut. Thus tho party engaged in
tho work might havo been working on tho
two walls, thirty-two inches in thickness,
or several weeks, xnis dace onico was
also detached from tho front by a brick
wall, and was reached by a door, and by
closing tho latter tho work could hnvo
gone on quietly dny nnd night without
interruption or observation even lrom any
ono entering the front office.
appearance or htaulek & co.'s office.
Tho appearance of tho ofllco of Stabler
& Co., In the Ulttlngs building, showed
cieariy inai tho .burglars must liuve been
thorough musters of their" business. In
tho first place thoy left behind them nftcr
accomplishing tho robbery overalls, slip
pers, pads, ic, but no article bears any
namo or mark which could possibly lead to
disovory. Thoy nlso left a dark lantern
and ono of tho most complete set of bur
glars' tools to bo found. All tbo tin boxes
takon from tho bank vuult had been
broken open, and tbo papors that would
provo of no value oxcopt to tho owners
scattered about tho floor in tho grcutost
REMNANTS OF THE ROIUIKlts' LUNCHEON.
Tho counters of tho mythical firm of
Stabler & Co., presented many fragmen
tary evidences of n substantial luncheon
having been enjoyed well drained bottles
of wino and stronger stuff, culd boilod
chicken, brown bread and buttored toust,
empty surdino boxes and frngmonts of
cheese I Evidently Messrs. Stabler & Co.
wero men of good uppetltes and vigorous
digestion. Thoy seem to havo enjoyed
their food liko honest men and " loll some
THEIR PRIVATE VAULT.
A very capacious receptuclc, and ono
which would hold tho funds und papors of
the most cxtenslvu grain house in Balti
more, wub woll filled certainly, for here
they stored the debri) of their own and
tholr neighbors' walls as they patiently
picked it away. A good squaro cart load
and moro of bricks wcro piled up In this
vault, which no doubt looked so llnun
clully plethoric and substantial to all tho
unsuspecting Innocents who had inter
course in the front olllco with our grain
Messrs. S. i Co. wcro very neat work
men, too, for the curpet in their private of
fice where thoy broko through the wall
Whs scarcely soiled. A cotton cloth had
been snreaddown befcrotho unnerlurn. nn.
on which they neatly cuught all tho du,t
nud dirt. Tho bricks appear to havo been
carefully stored away out of sight as fast as
removed, whilst lliey placed tho dirt in
the some of tho many table drawers about
tno place, tnus managing to keen things
snug und tidy In case any prying oyes
snouiu cuuncu to get u peep at tneir Held
of operations during tho day.
THE HANK VAULT.
Tho vault In tho bank and from which
tho money und valunblos wcro taken is of
tho ordinary kind, but constructed In mcli
n manner that it was supposed burglurs
could mako no impression upon it. That
portion of tho vuult cut into was eight
inches in thickness, built of hard burnt
brick laid in comont, and outside of that
was a plating of boiler Iron nearly half nn
inch in thickness, then cumo tho party
wall proper of thu bank, sixteen inches In
thickness. The vault was supplied with
a burglar-proof Lilly safe and n Miller
safe. The adroit robbers failed to got Into
the lutter safe, although a desperate effort
was mado to blow 'tho door off with gun-
jiowuor; out tno Lilly salo was forced
open by mcuns of u Juckscrow. This
morning tho bank olficors caused tho door
of tho Miller safu to bo cut nway with
chisels, when it was found that tho robbors
had fulled to secure upwards of onohtin
dred thousand dollars in cash.
Tho robbers, it appears, aftor getting in
to the vault, so hampered tho Inner door
that It could not be opened from tho out
side, this being dono probably for tho pur
doso of delaying tho bank officers in got-
ting into tho vault this morning, thus on-
ab'ing tho robbors to got as rar away from
Baltimore as possible boforo .tbo robbery
The loss td the bank Is estimated at
S70.000 la greenbacks and othor vnluablo
funds, which, It Is understood, will In no
way impair the credit of tho bank, it hav
ing a largo surplus of profits safoly in
vested. The loss to tho depositors of tho
tin boxoscan hatdly boostimated, as many
of the owners aro absent from tho city.
Tho detectives havotuken tho mnttor In
hand, but ai tbo porpotrntors most proba
bly left tho city beloro tho robbery was
discovered, thero would seem to bo but lit
tle hopo of success In recovering tho prop'
orty. It Is to bo hoped, howovor, thoy
may bo successful.
EXCITEMENT AUONd HANK OPFICEltS.
When tho facts of tbo robbery becamo
known nmong tho different bunk offlcors
of tho city thero woro numerous consul
tations hold, tho main toplo bolng "How
can wo secure our bank vaults lrom bolng
robbed by Ingenious burglars ?" und it is
supposed that oro tho week closes n general
overhauling of tho different bank vaults
will bo had. Proprietors of brokors'
offices and other places whero vaults nro
used to lock up valuables woro also grontly
concerned about tho safely of tholr
SCENES IN FRONT OP THE RANK
"When tho news became tho proporty of
tho public thousands of persons visited
tho bnnkund tho building adjoining, nnd
In many Instances mon would stand for
hours sllontly gazing nt tho structures for
no spocinl object in view snvo that of
morbid curiosity. Occasionally n conse
quential Individual would udvnnco the In
formation that ho hod just been informed by
ono of tho bank offlcors thnt tho loss would
reach fully $200,000, but that tho robbors
wcro well-known, but that in order that
nil tho stolen monoy might bo. recovered
their nrrests would "bo dolaved for a few
days. Then, ngnln, another Individual
would advance tho information that tho
bank, in consequence of its henvv loss,
would bo compelled to suspend its" func
tions, and that hundreds oi mechanics
would bo utterly ruined by Its failure. It
is needless to say that such stories us nbovo
havo no foundation whatever, but that
tho bank is ns sound ns ovor, nnd will bo
tho only loanr by tho robbery.
Tho offlcors of tho bank, ns will bu seen
by nn advertisement, offer a reward of
$10,000 for tho detection of tho robbers.
THE STORY OP AN AIIAND0NED CITY
From the San Francisco Bulletin.
Tho Inauguration of tho Arizona dia
mond excitement is evidently tho prcludo
to a perfect whirl of treasure-hunting en
thusiasm. Tho Cocoa island chimera still
affords tho llirlit of faith anil hrmu. und
another expedition is now preparing to re
new the search for "devil's wealth" exist
ing (according to tradition of dubious
churnctcr) on tho lono islo. Wo have
still another proicct maturing, mora
brillinnt thnn all, of which only a
few of tho main points have yet
been revealed. But in duo time, no doubt,
California, street will be afforded an an-
portunityoftnkingstock. This latter tru-
dition ol great promiso rolntcs thut, onco
on n time, several hundred years ago, the
early French settlors of Louisiana sent un
expedition into tho region of country now
designated as Now Mexico. Thcv foun
ded n city in a fertile region, on the
banks of it beautiful stream, and which be
camo quite populous. Thero tbo precious
metuls, gold nnd silucr, abounded profuse
ly, and tho good peoplo, in their religious
lorvor, orceted n magnificent temple, and
endowed it bounteously with their
wealth. Among its decorations wero life
size pictures of the virgin and of the saints
of their pcrfcronce, in solid gold and silver.
An carlnquako occurred, which turned
the curmnt of their river or. indeed.
erased it from the faco of tho carth-nnd left
tho city untcnablo from tho absence
of water. Tho inhabitants who
survived the calamity, few in
number, gathered together their
immense treasures and deposited them in a
pit, which was excavated on thn plaza in
front of their splendid church. They then
uuempicu to return eastward, but mostly
perished by privation or ut the
hands of hostilo Indians. A record of
the treasury burying, howovor. uurnorts
to hnvo been preserved In tho hands of the
l mna Indians, describing tho nrcciso lo
cation and indicating tho amount to bo
many millions. Tho ruins of this city aro
bum vo oo aisccrnauio on tno banks ofu
dry rivor in Now Mexico, tho most con
venient point of ncccss thereto being AI
buqurquo. A frontiersman who has
spont tho grentor portion of his lifo unon
tho plnlns and in tho torritory claims to
havo got possession of tho all-important
document referred to, which is said to em
bruco n diagram Indicating tho precise
spot whero this enormous treusuro is to bo
LIME t CEMENT !
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIftO
Commeroial-av., Foot of Elovonth-st.
Host quality of Llmo and Cemont al
ways on bund, and for salo at tho
very lc-vost figure for cush.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply ctiitorner with the bes
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Halllday Bros, olllcc, 70
ohio levee, or ut the Coal Yard below tho
St. Chiules Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Ti'G 'OIontauk" will bring coal
ulongMdc to htcimicrw ut uny hour.
In Budcr's New Brick Building, corner ol
Eighth and Washington Avenue,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
AND DEALER IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Ice Cream and Soda Fountain.
I desire to Inform my patrons nud tho pub
'." "t laW tlmt I an at 'l times prcpurod to
funilh everything In tho nbovo lino on tho
shortest notice, Including Wedding and
Queen cakes, etc. Also supper purties fur
nwicd to order promptly und perfect satls
For quality and prices I defy comoptltlon.
Try me once mid you will come again.
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H3TA11 work done In tho Latest Stylo.
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Keep tho bent or Hoc!, Cork, Mutton Veal.
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Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds or
Corner Ninetenth and I'oh.ar Sts.,
Buys and slaughters only the bct cattle,
hogs and sheep, and l prepared to till uny do
muud for Iresli meat from one pound io ten
thousand pounds. !
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Vcare prepared to lurnMi uniform to
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fect hair dye. Sold by all drusglsts Flic
tory, 10 Bom! street, N." Y.
Happy relief to young men from the effects
of errors and abuses In early life. Manhood
restored. Impediments to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies'. Book and crleu
lars sent free, In sealed envelops.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, l'a.-an In
stitution having n high reputation for honor
able conduct and professional skill.
1IOOT AND MIOE MTOKK.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avu., n-jar Athoneum.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and C'h'Jdron's Gaiters nnd
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
"Which thoy soil ut tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
Thoy are lo prepared to supply Ladiex a
Gentlumon with llie HE-tr OFHOi' WOltK, a
Ihut in the United Htnten. Water Cooler. Toilet
alum, I A I. rreetem, mil nrm npongu jjbiiu,
fallen. Urartu. Connor and Enamelled Warn, llrlt.
ania and planlihud Waro, Janannod Ware of
every description, and a a general assortment of
Among ouiura i mcbji luejuiiivceieuratGii
It n utles to mention their superior qualities
as they speak tor themselves throughout the
1 manufacture everything In Tin, Bheel Iron, and
Copper Ware out ot the very best material, and
havo uo hesitation In slating that I have a larger
and more complete assortment of goods men
tioned than can bo found In the city.
Country dealers will And it to their interest lo
call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
Jobbing, house guttering, and all outside work
promptly aimnueu to. a. n . an.aue.tuma,
W Ooinaitrclal arenas, Cairo, III.
Vinegar Bitters are not n vile Fancy Drink,
mado oiroor Hum, Whisky, Proof Spirits and
Rcfuso Liquors, doctored, spiced, and awcetcrjcd
to plcasetlic taste, called "Tonics," AppcllJers,"
" Itestorcn," Ac., that lead tho tippler ou to drunk
enness and ruin, but aro a truo Medicine, made
from the natlc roots and hrrt of California, free
from all Alcoholic .Stimulant. Tliny arc tho (Ircat
Dlood runner and n I.trc-glvlng Principle, a Perfect
Renovator and Jnvlgorator of tho System, carrying
off all poisonous matter nnd restoring tho blood
to a healthy condition, enriching It, refreshing and
Invigorating both mind nnd body. Tlicy are easy
of administration, prompt In their notion, certain
In their results, sate and reliable In all forms of
No I'eranu can inke tliesr Illltrrs accord
ing to directions, nnd remain long utin ell, provided
their bones aro not destroyed hy mineral poison
or other means, nnd tho vllalorgnnswaitcd beyond
tho point orrepalr.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, IlcmlixiiP. I'alu
In tho Shoulders, coughs. Tightness of the Chest,
Dizziness. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Had
Taste In the Mouth, bilious Attacks, Palpitation of
the Heart, Inflammation or the Lungs, I'aln In the
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, arc the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these
complaints it has no equal, nnd ono hottlo will
provo a tetter guarautco of Its merits than u
For Female Complaints, In yonng cr old,
married or single, at tho dawn of womanhood, or
the turn of life, these Tonic Illtteni display so de
cided an lnnuenco that a marked ImprouTucnt Is,
For 'Inflammatory ami Clirniilc Ttlieu
niatlam anil Oout, l5pcnla or Indigestion, Dil
lons, llemlltcnt and lutermlttcnt Feicrs, Diseases
of the Illood, Liver, Kidneys and bladder, these
Hitters hare been rnot succewful, such Diseases
are caused hy Vitiated Illood, which I generally
produced by derangement of tho IMgctlvi- orpnni.
They are ndrlitle I'lirgatlvr ns well as
Tonic, possessing also the peculiar mem or act
ing as u powerful nucnt In relielng Congestion or
inflammation of the Liver and Visceral Orgam and
In lilllous Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Stilt
Itheum, blotches. Spots, rimplas, Pustules, llolls,
CarhunclCH, Itlng-worms, Sc.ild-IIead, Soro llycs,
Erysipelas, Ilcli, Scurf.., lUroloratlotisolthvhLln,
Humors and Disease of the Skin, of whatever
name or nature, are literally dug up aud carried
out of the system in n short time hy the use of these
Illtteni. Ono botlla In such canes will comlnco tho
most Incredulous of their rurntltc eirecln.
Cleanse the Vltlaleil IIIimmI whenever you
And Its impurities bursting through the sklu In
I'lmplcs, Kruptlons, or sore : cleanse It when you
find It obstructed and Miigrlh,ln the veins; cleanse
It when it is foul J jour fct-llng will ten you when.
Keep the blood pure, and tho health of the system
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vinpiiah Hit
TEits the most wonderful lnlgoraut that cur sus
tained the sinking si stem.
I'ln, Tape, nml other Worms, lurking Iu
tho system of o many thousands, aro effectually
destroyed and removed. Suys n distinguished
physiologist : There Is scarcely an Individual on the
face of the earth whose body Is exempt from tho
presence of worms. It Is not upon tho healthy
elements of tho body that worms exist, but upon
the diseased humors nnd slimy deposits that breed
these lit log monsters of dieasc. No system of
medicine, no vermifuges, no anthclmlnltlcs, will
free the system from worms liko these Illtteni.
Mechanical Diseases. I'cnons engaged In
Taints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type
scttcrK, (Jold-beatcrs, und Mlncra, an they advance
In life, arc subject to paralysis of tho Bowels. To
guard against this, take a dose of Walkeii's Vlv
mm llrrrMts twice a neck.
Illllous, llrltilttrnt, nnd Intermittent
Fevers, which urc so prevalent Iu the valleys of
our great rlvera throughout tho L'nltcd Slates,
especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Itcd,
Colorado, llrazos, itio (l ramie, I'earl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Itoanoko, James, and many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the.Summer and Autumn,
and remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat
and dryness, aro Invariably accompanied by exten
sive derangements otitic stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In tlivlr treatment, a
purgath c, exerting a powerful Influence upon these
various organs, Is essentially necessary. There Is
no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dit. J. Walk
in'a VisrosB Iiittkus, as they will speedily
remove tho dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at the same time stimulating
the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring
the healthy functions of the digestive organs.
Mcrorula, or King's Kvll, White Swellings.
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Ooltre, Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Affections, Old Sores, Kruptlons of the Skin, sore
Eyes, etc., etc. In thce an In all other constitu
tional Diseases, Wai.keu'.s Vinkuaii llirrtiw have
shown their great curative powers in tho inft
obstinate and Intractable caes.
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Ou
ters act on all these cae in a sltnllir manner.
Ily purifying the Illood they remove the cause, and
by resolving away the effects of the Inflammation
(the tubercular deposits) the affected parts receive
health, and a permanent cure Is effected.
The properties of Dr. Walkkk'i Tineqah
Ditteks are Aperient, Diaphoretic, carminative.
Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic. Sedative, Counter
Irritant. Sudorific. Alterative, and AntMlllions.
The Aperient and mild laxative properties
of Do. Walkkh'h Vi.smaii Uirrcoa are the best
safeguard in cases of eruptions and malignant
fevers. Their balsamic healinz. ami soothing nro.
pertles protect the humors of tho fauces. Their
aeuauvu properties auay pain in ine nervous sys
tem, stomach, and bowels, from Inflammation,
wind, colic cramps, etc.
Their Counler-Irrltant Influence ex
tends throuzhout the system. Their Anti-milous
properties stimulate tho liver, in the secretion of
one, anu its niscnarges inrougn inc miiary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, for the cure
of nilluns fever, Fever and Ague, etc.
Fortify the body against disease by
purifying all Its nulds with vineuak Hitteiu. No
epidemic can tako hold of a system thus furc-armcd.
Directions. Take of tbo bitters on going to
bed at night from n half to one and one-half wine
glassful. Eat good nourishing food, such as txef
hteak, mutton chop, unison, roast beef, and vege
tables, and take out-door exercise. They are
composed of purely vegetable ingredients, and
contain no spirit,
it. ii. Mcdonald t to.,
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Frauclsco, Cal., &
cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N. Y,
SOLD 11V ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS.
ItKGUI.AIt (,AHK. I'AIiirC'AII & I.VANS-
VII.LK &K.MI-WKKKI.V Li. S.
The Ft nnd Klcfcant I'asir n;er Steamer
Jack GitA.MMr.it, Ma-dor.
Ki. Thomas, Clerk.
t3T l.cnvpa Cairo for I'.'ulticah ami Kvtins
vifle, every Thursday nnd Sunday evening,
atO o'clock, connecting nt Kvansvlllu with
tho Louisville oml Cincinnati packet. For
freight or pasture apply to
ItKOUI.Alt CAIItO.l'ADUCAII .t KVA.Vs
VIU.E SKMMVKKKJ.Y I'ACKKT.
The line Passenger I'nckct
Smiley Uvud. .
1Tf"I.cavpi Cairn for I'.hIiiphIi nml iVum.
vllle every Tuesday nntl Friday evening nt U
o clock, For freight or piih.aL'u apply on
board or to
James nififin.l'ni'scnscr Ag't.
ItKOUI.Alt CAIRO AND KVANSVII.I.K
f-KMI-WKEKI.V .MaIL LINK l'ACKET.
The lino low pressure Passenger I'nckct
W. 11. PENNINGTON. ,.
mSTLcnvcs Cairo every Wednesday nnd
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for I'aducnh
and Evunsville. For freight or passage np
ply on board or to
JAmlhHiogs, 1'asscngor Ag't.
OAIltO AND l'ADUCAM
The splendid steamer
r Stanley Urown, Oapt,
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted,)
utJn.m. For freight or. passage nppjy on
board or. JunJtl
OAIUO AND MOUND 01TY
Will make three trips dally.
IIATIXU cauo I AVISO
v - a.m. I AUiSO
v' I'pcin, Atll ,
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMMIMHIOX AND tOKWAKDIWO.
Okment, I'i.a-stkii Paris,
PIsASTJJK Klt'S II AI It,
mi. Tl oiiio i.kvki:, f.Mir.n city nation.
tTTFor Uio pniposo of building up
U'holi-milu Irado In Cairo, I will sell lo deal
ers nml contractors In lots 0r m barrels and
freight' "lam""t',urI"K Priced, adding
Cairo, August 13, 1872.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORxV
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio l.evoc. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
JTTl. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huecessors lo K, It. Uendrics A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
TjrCJi Literal Ailraneemenis mado rfj
upon Consignment. m?W
Aro prepared lo witn, tor and lorward
freights to all points nnd buy and
sell nn commission,
T-lluslness sitmdod to .mtn.tlr.
Z. D. MATH CHS.. u. 0 .UI1L
MATHUSS &, UHL,
Commissi on M e r c hants
II A V AND WESTERN PRODUCE
N. l OHIO I.I1VEE.
STilATTON & IJIRD,
(Hucce.ors tobtratlou, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO levee,
W. M. Williams, Jas. Kinsley,
Lain of Vieksburc, Mift, Late ol Cln'll, J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
l'OIUVAIUHNO AND COMMISSION
to, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN li. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John U. Chlllii.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Aetata of
' OHIO ItlVEK AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,"