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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1872.
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY !
A pUce where you can huy ts much for
ON El DOLLAR
m you eta cUe where for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undesigned would respectfully in
form the public that they hare fitted their
new etore house on Eighth itreet with the
finest and best assorted stock of
general merchandise ever before brought
to this market, and In order
to securo a large portion of the patronage
of the pablic,
"WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladles, Gents and Children's
BOOTS 5c SHOES,
HATS 5c CAPS.
And all other articles to be found in i
first class dry goods and clothing establish
We call especial ettention to our large
assortment of dress coodi, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete in
all its details. Our stock of
is the largest in the city, and we are en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
chasers. In Gentlemens' Clothing, Boots nd
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
we are fully prepared to meet all de
mands at'prlces defying competition. As
it is to the Interest of every one to buy
where goods are cheapest and best
we cordially invite tho public
to call and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on the east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenuos.
is aim. Blum & Amson.
THE 3STE"W 8Y8TBM.
OXOCXXIXS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
PBICXS TOR CASH.
AT H. C. THIELEOKE'S STORE.
WASMNOTON AVINUE, niTWXIV TENTH
AND XLXVZNTH 8TBXKT8.
W lbs. dry Cuba Suear for - .
91 ii ti ii . . ,
6J lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Sid
4 Prime Rio Coffee for - -8J
" Choice "
8 Old Government Java
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new, and full weight given. Call
and tr .
rahlleatless m, Ballets alMlsss;
Wasatssaf ss Aweaae.
Coubt plaster kisses.
A MATTXa of course Dessert.
Nasty The plcturo in Harpor't
J no. II. Odxblt returned from St.
Louis on Sunday last.
Hon. John M. Grebe will speak at
Mound City this afternoon.
Mis. Lattner will accompany Honry
on Jiis return from Et. Louis.
Rrv. D. fi. Tdrnkt preached at the
Methodist church on Sunday evening.
Hon. Goo. W. Wall was in tho city yes
tefday. He reports the political horizon
clear of clouds.
Rev. Mr. Thomson will be able to re
port to tho conference that bis two years
salary hat all been paid.
Tnx towboat Painter is raising the
barge of coal sunk on the Grand Chain by
the Mountain Oak last week.
The jury in the cue of the negro Jen
kins for the murder of Johnston roturned
a verdict of 14 years in the penitentiary.
Tnx Sixth Annual Fair of the Massac
County Agricultural Board, will be held
at Metropolis, October 9th, 10th and 11th
Tax discharge of the Petit jurors for
this term of court, and some little busi
ness of minor Importance occupied tho at
tention of the court yesterday.
A trixmd of ours expresses the fear
that the coming winter is going to be
bard one, and bases his judgment
upon the actions of our young people.
Our places of business will be cloiod
Thursday and Friday, 3d and 4th, the
Jewish New Year. J. Bxrokr,
td. H. Levey.
A meeting of the firo department was
called for yesterday evening at the coun
cil chamber, but no quorum was present.
The "fire department" is a failure. It
amounts to nothing.
Paducah bss been blessed with a big
rain, and still Len Faxon Is not satisfied.
Ho complains of the cold, dismal wet
weather, wishes it had come a month
sooner, and asks for a baby show, all In the
For Rent, a two story Business house,
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Boarding house.
Apply to John H eg arty, No. 89, Ohio
Ocr old friend, Capt. Ben Egan, has
purchased one-third of the Ella Hughec
for eighteen hundred dollars, and the
1 Kentucklan ' says she will at once go into
some money-making business. Probably
Capt Egan intends to turn her into a
Since the action of the jury in the
Jenkins murder case, the prisoner's sister
has written a letter begging the attorneys
to let the sentence stand and not ask for a
new trial, as she fears the result would be
less lenient to the prisoner.
Mr. Frank Hundley of the railroad
wharfboat Is off on a two day's visit to the
country. His faco was aglow with eood
humor and wreathed in smiles but we
bardly think that the visit has any
thing moro than commonplace business
(Socteaeor to P. Siup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commercial Ateoae.
' Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds or
Corner Ninetextii and Poplar Sts.,
Buys and daughters only the be cattle
nogs ana sheep , and Is prepared to filanyde
xaand for lreih meats Jrom one pounto ten
Tnx Sabbath school concert at the M. E.
church Sunday was largely attended, and
the exercises were pleasing and instruc
tive. Messrs. Munn, Thayer and Davis
delivered the addresses. Cairo's great in
terest in Sabbath schools cannot bo too
Rev. Fred. L. Thomson who has been
with us two years started to conference
yostorday. There is no telling where
he will be assigned next year, but It is
probable that ho will be transferred from
this district as he has served in nearly all
Its charges. The appointment will bo
known in about a week.
I he almost uninterrupted report of
firearms beyond tho rivers all day Sunday
told that the squirrels were boing slaugh
tered In unusually large numbers by our
sportsmen. It told another story, also.
which it pains us to rocord. It spoko a
.1 : 1 - . 1 r t
unregaru 01 me Dauuatn wnicu was
wicked and inexcusable
Livwpool Hew-Tork and Philadelphia
rasas corner wits chitid mrss aid lamia
Tor Carrying tnt MalU.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rvBTBSB uroaatTioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
U Broadway, New-York, or to
Washington Avenue, Cairo. nois. si
LIME! CEMENT I
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIfsOi
GoatatttkUT., Foot of Eleventh-it.
1 Mlltr f Lime and Cement al-
MS Mud, sd for salt at the
tttf tevwtlfuras for cash.
The threat of our colored friends, of
urant proclivities, to punch the head ot
any whito man who should dare to nurrah
for Greeley, at the Republican wigwam
has decided Capt. Edson to loin the
Knights of Cbappaqua, and furnish i
horse for some one else to use. Capt. Ed
son Is only one of many.
Mr. Frank Haefela has opened a meat
market on Washington avenue noxt door
to Tanner's grocery store, between Tenth
and Eleventh streets, to which he Invites
the attention of the public. The best of
meats of all kinds kopt constantly on hand
ana delivered to anv n&rt nf thn itv.
Market open morning and evenlne overv
Mrs. McGee, on Elirhth itrt dot
brought on a large and elegant stock of
ii nu winter millinery, and desires to
on ipeciai attention to hor handsome col
u ", oonnets and flowers. Tho
latter are among tho finest over opened in
the city, and are markod at very low
prices. Mrs. McGee has also a boautlful
assortment ot ril.bous, laces and trimming
of all kinds, collars, underslooves, notions,
etc., etc., all of the newest fashions and all
to bo sold lor a mere trifle above cost.
The Rev. D. B. Turney In his dlscouno
ouuaay nightmade a vigorous attack upon
tho remarks mado by Mr. Dan Munn be
fore the Sabbath schools in the afternoon.
The positions which he took were well
sustained, and bis arguments conclusive.
But their effect was somewhat Impaired
by the fact the result prooably of a little
oversight of the jealous minister that
Dan talked about on thing, while Turney
thrashed him about another. Turney'i
Intellect ought to be sufficient to keep him
from making tuch a mistake.
Rev. Solomon Leonard, pastor of the
Second Missionary Church of this city,
desires us to say that Rev. Jacob Bradley
is not pastor of that congregation. Tho
statement that Mr. Bradloy is pastor as
aforesaid "does " (remarks Mr. Leonard),
"mo and ray church injustice. lam the
pastor of that church, situatod on 38th
street, and Mr. Bradloy has no member
ship in any Baptist church, much less a
minister." We are delighted with tho in
formation, and now we can account for
Jacob's wickedness. He is not a Chris
tian, and It is to be presumed, therefore,
that ho is a hoathon.
Don't forgot that Backenstose's great
circus and combluation show is coming to
our city to-morrow to glvo two of tholr
unequalled exhibitions, one in tho alter-
noon and two at night. We feel justified
in praising this circus highly, and in re
commending it to our people, inasmuch
as the management on their previous
visits to this city mado hosts of friends by
their upright dealings with our people.
The performances of the company at their
last visit among us were very entertaining
and elicited great applause. Since
then fifty people havo been
added to It, which increases tho excellence
and worth of the combination and will
make the entertainment to-morrow night
more wonderful. Don't fall to giro
them a big attendance.
A Grant negro with a Grant coon
challenged Allen, tho colored Greeley
man, to allow bis Greeley doc to
have a bout with that coon. Allen con
sentod and dog and coon went into battle
Tho struggle was fierce and resulted in
the death of the coon. The Grant negro
thon In wrath denounced Allen as a ras
cally Greeley man and declared that ho
could, in toe twinkling of an eyewbip
Allen out of his boots. Allen gently
doubted the correctness of this assertion,
and thereupon tho Grant ccgro struck Al
len a tremendous blow on the head,
whereupon Allen diligently proceeded to
strike back and persevoringly continued
to do so until ho had laid the Grant negro
defeated by the defunct Grant
coon. And now Allen de
clares bis Greeley dog can whip
any Grant coon living, and that he can de
feat any Grant negro who objects.
Esquire Bross did a loud offlco business
yesterday and paid out justice to tho
needy applicants with discreet but liberal
Tim Collins effected, no doubt by the
sudden chango in the weather, took a lit
tle something hot, which effected him so
that outraged justice demanded $2 and
costs or 6 days in tho lock up. Ho took
Daniel Cannel, also effected by weather
etc., took seven days with McHalo and
justice was satisfied.
Hugh Downing, weather, otc., took,
two day work on the street crossings.
Jackson Stillhouse was found with too
much whisky on hand for the capacity of
so small a stillhouse, which offended the
blind girl to tho amount of two dollars and
costs. He preferred 7 days on the streets
having first consulted his bank acount.
Ed. Gellon took about a gallon of poi
sonous comfort And 7 days on the chain
James Sully, only drunk. Six days at
tho hotel on Eleventh street.
John Robinson, inebriatod, boards with
tho city six days.
George Leonard backed up bis mad with
his muscle to tho dotriment of a compan
ion's mug, and justice demanded satisfac
tion in tho sum of $5 and costs. The
plaintiff reposes gracefully In the arms of
McUale for 10 days.
Lizzie Davis not being provided with a
waterfall, drank whisky, and demanded
lodgings in a saloon which she mistook for
her boarding-house. Justico couldn't
stand that by about nine dollars and sixty
cents, so Lizzie takes nine days in the
Margaret Stroll, for sundry small offen
ces, was fined S5 and coats, hut. tnolr
ten days In jail.
Patrick Ryan was arrested for boing
drunk, but the ovidence did not sustain
the charge and ho was acquitted.
Laura Janneret abusod her child by
whipping it severoly and whon remon
strated with abused other peoplo with her
tonguo and made ugly threats. Justico
demanded five dollars and costs or ten days
In tho lock up. Don't know which sho
JUosos Hill was brought up on tho
charge of stealing a keg of lard from
Stratton and Bird's store The evidence
being pretty clear he was held to ball In
tho sum of 200 dollars, to answer at the
next term of tho circuit court.
teemed and wealthy gentleman of Boston,
Mr. Uorbam Blake. The affair was ex
ceedingly qulot, being known only to a
ow ui me most intimate rrlonds or oom
a circumstance which will not affoct tho
sincerity of the good wishes In many hearts
ur wo mturo Happiness ot uriuo ana
bridegroom. Tho marrlago romoves Dr.
Safford from this city, in which sho has bo
come endeared no less by her high culture
un oj moss otner nualilios or tntna ana
charactor which render society more than
frivolity, and dignify and beautify wom
an s life out of tho domain of trifles and
helplessness. Tho rosldoneo of Mr. and
airs. Ulako will be at Dorchcstor, Boston,
whoro Mrs. Blake will divide her timo bo-
tweon "beholding tho bright countonanco
u rum in too quiet ana sun air ot uo
llghtlul studies' and such practlco of hor
preforrcd profession as lolstiro will pormit.
They loft last nlcht for their now home.
accompanied by cordial farewells and tho
profound regrot inspired by permanent
Steamer Carrie V. Kountz, St. Louis.
" Win. J. Lowls, St. Louis.
" St. Joseph. St. Louis.
" Bollo of Pike, Memphis.
" Frank P. Gracey, hvansvillo.
" II. C. Yaeger, Now Orleans.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer Carrie V. Kountz New Orleans.
" Wm. J. Lewis, Vicksburg.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
" Belle of Pike, St. Louis.
" Frank P. Gracey, Evansvlllo.
" H. C. Yaeger, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Jim. Fisk. Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
BIO MUDDY 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 the yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
U. V. Oltthaxt,
D. A. Bokee, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-1 5-1 y.
BOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
The elegant pastenecr packet City of
Chester will leave at C p.m. for Memphis
and all way points. The superior Bcllo
Memphis is the Anchor line packet leav
ing lor St. Louis and way landings this
evening at 6 o'clock. Tho favorite steamer
James Fisk, Jr., is tho daily packet for
Paducah and way landings punctually at
4J o'clock this p.m. The fino stiamor
Tyrone is the packet leaving at 10 this
morning for Cape Girardeau and all way
landings. Tho regular Evansville boat
will leave at 4 J o'clock this evening for
Evansville and all points on tho Ohio
condition or the rivers.
Here the Ohio is steadily swelling at
the rato of 4 inches every 24 hours.
Thero is now 3 feet in tho channel be
tween here and Evansville, but at the
latter place, the Ohio Is falling, und that I
depth will not remain long.
Tho recent rise In the Mississippi, has
put nearly a C foot stage to St. Louis. It
is falling at that point.
The Ohio is falling at Louisvillo and
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business was active for Monday. Rates
aro fair and remain steady.
The weather was partly clear and cool.
Frank M. Hundley the gentlemanly
and good looking cashier of tho I. C. R. R.
wharfboat left last night for a short trip
up the road. The Carrie V. Kountz camo
out like a knife, drawing fivo feet. She
had to come out of Birds bend stern for
most on occount of tho crossing into tho
Ohio river being so near the Illinois point.
Tho Lewis and St. Joseph had fair trips
for their respective distinatlons. The
Cowcn returned to St. Louis with a tow
of coal. Tho Frank P. Gracey from
Evansville camo out all right, with a
splendid trip for this stago oftlio rivor.
The coal tug T. J. Ripant owned by Mc
Donald & Co., of Helena sunk recently in
fifteen feet water, and will provo a total
loss. Sbo was worth $1,500. Tho II. 0.
laeger had 1200 boxes of sugar and a lit
t'e othor freight for St. Louis. Charlos
Jones steward on tho transit Illinois stands
at tho head of his profession. Tho new
boat J. W. Mills built at Paducah made
a trial trip and porformod admirable.
A run awaycouplo came down on- tho
Lewis, and discmbarkod hero. They cre
ated qulto an excitement on the loveo dur
ing tho aftornoon of yestorduy. Another
"feller" was following them In tholr pro
ambulation, and was determined to put a
mansard roof ovor tho other "fcllor's star
board," if ho didn't givo "Lusinda Jane "
to him. At a lato hour ho hod not yet
STEAMBOAT BUTC HER,
Fred Rose, Merchant tailor, No. 104
Commercial avonuo. Both Fronch and
Scotch Caisomores of nil colors, Beavers,
and Broad Cloths, constantly on hand,
and all goods warranted. Dying In nil Its
branches also carried on. 9-27-d3w.
JttAiuuAUJS Or DR. MARY J. SAF
Cairo has always felt a sort of prldo of
ownership, if wo may bo porinittod tho ex
pression, in Dr. alary J. Safford. Miss
Safford mado this city her homesomo years
ago, and though It Is not probablo that sho
will over again return to It except porhapi
to briefly visit her relatives here, our cltl
zens are proud to recognize her as an hon
orary wairoite, and thoy al
ways fool a doop Interest
in an nor movements. On last
Wednesday evening, In Cblcaeo. Miss
Safford was marrlod to Mr. Gorham B I ake
an estimable and wealthy gontleman of
uoston, Massachusetts, and took her de
parture the same ovonlng for hor new
home in that city. Miss Safford's marrlago
will not interforo to any oxtent with tho
Pra ce or her profe0n, but will glvo
her, if possible, a wider field for the oxer
else of her knowledge and experience.
Hons on this auspicious event in her llfo
and hope sho will find In the now relation
sho has assumed, that happiness sho so em
The following In reference to tho mar
riage we reproduce from the Chicago 'Even
ing Post' of Thursday last:
Last night, by the i Rev. Dr. Ryder, a
lady well known in this city for her mid.
leal and solentlflo attainments, Dr. Mary
J. Safford, was married to a highly es-
EICUUOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Elchbou" has purchased tbo Inter
est of his brothers In tho above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnlturo manufacturing business with
great success. Ho lias n full stock of extra
soasoncd lumber on hnnd, nnd enn war
rant ovory artlelo ho manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of lttdtttadt, Chairs.
Tablos, Bureaus, Desks, ward robos, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, nnd his prices
defy competition. Sales room nt tho fac
Mrs. Swnudor 1ms tho nowesl styles o
braids, chignons, puffs, oto. 0-2ldtf
3.(30 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tuner's
to purchase saddles and har
ness, at his saddle storo on
Washington avenue. All
kinds of repairing done on
saddles and harness, and car-
rirge painting and trimming
on short notice, in good stvlo
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at IS o.l in Cairo.
9.2Uim Johx Taxkh.
City National Bank Bnlldlusr.
aaJ3pcial attention paid to orders Irom steam
Taken up by tho subscriber on the road
between Cairo and Mound City, a brown
mum, uu marxs. ino owner can
havo the same by proving proporty and
paying cnargos. John M. Crowell.
One Team Mules, also ono Team work
horses, Cheap for Cash only.
lO-t-dlw. Uuse, Loomis, & Co.
FLOWERS I FLOWERS I
Solected strong flowering Hyacinth
bulbs, woll adoptod for glasses or boddlng
purposes at Jackel's Saloon, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue. Bulbs to
bo put up now in glassos or pots,- will
bloom at Christmas. O-O-dlm.
Blan'kenburq ahead! Winos and Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite the Post Office
Finest of Liquors, Froe Lunches and mu-
o every day. The great Liberal and
Democratlc,G,eely & Brown drlnko-WEis
him.Mf mad 'Polity. nd Fredprldes
SS .Ur k0eP'DK ''"best and
Z 2 cold.
Sittere. " mU,, tb
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Duranfs
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. lSTew Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono 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 ev
erything proportionately cheap
at" WILEY & BIXBY'S.
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, between Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
Is rrcelTlof daily sew Inroicn of
01 errry .description, and at Taicta to Belt the
THE LATEST STYLES OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
iXJLI.Y VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other articles kept
i.i a First Clas Millinery and 'J'rliimiliif,'K
rlore. To be sold at the very lowest fl(,tire.
t5T Call and see her. No trouble to show
The JIasteh Spirits of the World,
The Treasure House of America.
THE URKAT I10OK OY THE YKAII.
Auent rcnort t-ales of ''.I to ion rmilrt
in u few hours orIayn. l'ltosi'KCTL'H FltKE.
Address J. W. GOODSPEED,
New York, Chicago
Cincinnati, St. Loul
The Illinois Central Rail Hout (Vitnmnv nna
oflerfor ! the following decrltl lots Id Firs
Addition to me uhj 01 tfetro, tii :
u'n xi Dioca ai. lm i biocic vi,
" IS " 20, ' 27 " Hi,
' 5 " 02 w " Wt,
' 8 S2, 31 M,
" 3 " b'i. ' 32 (a.
orterms.ele. apply to JAME8 JOHNSON,
f'krt TH $iQ( Per '!r I Aont want-.!
t.OXJ IV QZJ All cluases of working peo
pf,eithfnex,)ouni;oroM, raako more money
st work fir u io their ipare moments or nil, Ihf
tune, lhn at anything tine. 1'oitlculnrs free
Address 0. Hllnson A Co., I'ortlaoil, Jlaine.
WAQl j.n MANUFACTOllY.
For Salo ot Wholesalo o Itetail
CORNER 32D-BTREET AND OHIO LEVEk
PQTlltt P. UAMBI.K
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAKOEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth utreetand Com.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Patty, Bestsdsse, Usuiollne,
And the celebrated illumination
BEOS8' BUILDING, OOP ilTH-ST. OOM
Oajbo, .... Imxom.
Our Home Advortisors.
Ai an IitviRortrtor, IiUer Corridor
null Mood Renovntor Is superior to all the
Rlttrra, Elixirs. Cordial ad Baran.
l-.urlllna In uie. It Is so adapted lo the whole
tyittm that tury organ and function In the tody Is
Lruught tinder Its ethltaratlnc Influence. It gifts
tune nnd atrcssgth to the dlireative p
pnrntna,dlsp la languor and debility,
Invigorates tho Liver, regulate the
Kidneys and Bowel, remotes the effect of
excm or omtaietlon of any kind and irlTet vl
tnlilynnd rlchnca to the blood.
III cnratlte powers alter and compUUly reoritan.
Ite the entire man of Holds and Tn the aolldi of i
the human iyitm, thmby prerentlnj and curing
Tjiicitlc nnd Consumptive Hyrap I
torn, res er nnd Affne, Billon Dlaenav I
ri, I'cver of nil klnila.Nervnn Debit
Ity. Affection of tho Htomacts nnd
Ilowrla, etc. At a hill J and delightful Intlgo
rant for drllrate fetnatei. It has no operlor,
Uy Its uh new life and rigor Is glren to both body
and mind, tending a glow of rltallly through every
lrt, which li permanent nnd luting-.
It It the molt etr.ctoal remedy for the relief ot
human miTerlng etr dlKOTtred, and aa pleaaant to
the lull ai old rye or fine wine.
x WE CHALLENGE x
X S X THE x SI X
x WORLD x
To produce a taore dillcloos medicine to late, yet it
pitat for the pretintlon and cure of dla as
::. rxrs7-3 tcsls-s ran: act tux rcsmxi,
Price 91, or Battle for 3.
Prepared ty theOrafton Medicine Co., FT. LOCI 8,
Mo. Sold by Draggtiu and dialers Id medldaat
RETAIL AND PUESCRIPTIOX
Cor. H'nahliiBtots Av. nnd Eighth Kt ,
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
A perfectly clear preparation In one bot
tle, a eailv applied as water, for restoriiis
to j;ray lialr It natural color anil )oiitlifiil
appearance, to eradicate and prevent dand
ruff, to promote tlie growth of the hair and
Mop If. (allium out. Ititcntlrely liarni!eand
perfectly free from anv ikiImiiiou- xtilittatice
and wllf. therefore, take, the place of nil the
dirty and unpleasant preparation now. In
ue. Numerous testimonial-, have been pent
ui from many of our mot nrouiluvnt citi
zen". In cve'rythln In which the article
now In u-o arc objectionable, CRYSTAL
IHsCOVKUY, l perfect. It lt warninted
ty contain neither nsar of Lead .Sulphur or
Mtrate of Silver, It does not Mill the clothes
or pcalp. U agreeably perfumed, and makes
one of the bet drc'-ins", for the Hair In ue.
It rctorc the color of the Hair "more per
fect and uniformly than any other prepara
tion." and always Uoch mi In from three, to
ten day, virtually leedint; the root nith the
iHinri-liinu' iiualitle uecear- to lt- Krowth
and healthy condition: It re-tor the de
cayed and Induce u new j;roth of the
Hair more po-ltivclv than auvthing cl-e.
The application of thl Wonderful dl-cov-cry
nlo produce a pteu-ant and coollii
ellect on tho scalp ami give tin; Hair a
pleading and elegant appearance.
Call at vour druggUt for It and take no
other. If he lia. not got It let him order it
Trice SI per bottle.
Inventor and Trnprietor, Wa-hliigton I),C,
.JOHNSTU.V, HOLLO tVAY .t CO.,
Oeneral Agellte. riiiladelphla,
.IXO. V. IIKNItY and F. C. WLI.LS.VCO..
New York', and to be had ol Wholesale
dnigglst. everywhere. li-'Jlitf
FOR OXE DAY ONJ.Y.
-MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE
Will exhibit In this city on
"WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEU SECOND
COH-KU CEUAIt ,t L'LKVK.NTII STS.
This company hasbcon largely augmciitDd
since their last Mt to thl city, aro now giv
ing lar better performrncex than before.
Two performances nt i! and 7 o'clock p.m,
Admittance, no cents : Children tinder 10
poterHllrtl'er 1"'rtli;ul"r,i (ce HnH Mil4 nil
i ai v5l iATT, Gen. Director.
li. 31VK1IH. Agent.
HENJvY H. MEYER,
DECOHATIVE, SIGN ami OHNAJIENTAL
GRAININO AND MARBLING
of every Description,
DECORATING AND GILDING
In ovory stylo, plum nnd ornamoiitat.
u?.riln' inii!" t',i'tlr01' t8la t0 olaM 0J"!J
FANCY GLASS BHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work in
trusted to my caro will be promptly at
eniicu to. buop in I'erry House, corner ol
Commercial nvsuue uud fclgutu street,
Where we will keep
A CO M V L E T E S T 0 C 'v
KANCY AN!) TOILKT AltTIULES,
SICK-UOOM AND NURSERT APPLUNXES, if.
ICE C O Ii X) :
Our Ture .SI'AHKLIN(1 SODA AVATLIt
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUP.
Can not be excelled. ATo also draw the
R h U E LICK W A T E It S
Alo, a choice lot of Cigars, ol extra qual
ity, Mild at reasonable price. Our
PRESCRIPTION I)EPAjITME V
Will receive especial attention and can1,
being at all hours In charge of compctc'il
and careful partlcK. Preoption careful
compoimdeu at all hours lay or night.
NONi: HUT TUB rUHEST AND BE l'
MTOVKN. TIN WAKE. .TC.
A. II A L h E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin anj Hollow Ware, Clothn WrinKrra Tolls
War, Coal lloda, FlrsBtiovola, AlrOaW.
TIN ZINC, COTPEK AND SHEE1
I HON "WARE.
No. 166 Washington-avonuo,
WRoodnK. Outtrmg, and all kinds ofo
work ilonrat linitt mulct-. toMili'
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gas Fitter's and I'iimlr's material, Wood
pumpa, tflolib nnd anxle Talras, stop
cocks, check val?es,tc.
iuo aoiit roa
ralta Brotbara Patesst Drjraaa Meter
1ml Horehouan, Wella A Co's Automatlo Water
Indicator and Supply Valte for steam boilers.
WINTKR'B VLOCX, COUUKBCLALATKMn
WUUD ! WOOD 1 1 WUUD I I
The underaiKneit will furnlah
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II not Cheaper
had any wood dealer lit Cairo. Leave "order
on tho Mutes at tho Postotllco and at Ito-
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
lentil und twolfth strooU, Cairo. Illinois. I
Klvp K')od meusuro and will cord the wood
up If desired.
anglo-tr DENNIS HALEY.
Successor to U.S. Uarrell. '
OENERAL nOUSE FURNISHING
GOODS. Thornton's Block 10th street bet. Commer
clsl and Washington Avenuss,