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iTCE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY JANUARY 12, 1873.
THE BULLETIN.
"Woon pumps, stop Imldors, alttrt and
trad boards aUInlle.y's. ,12-tO-lfn
Dm cookine, stovea la tlicf ronrltot at
A. Helley's, No. K?( "Washington nvonuo.
12.10.1m
'fA nrtK M ot boxstovos for rutirrhe-s
nd choolhoio, clicnp nt Halley's.
IMO-lm
Wakti-.o, Day boarder At the Thalia,
saloon, oppoiHnTitr. ntn.t.ms office.
1-7-lin.
to AJfV of our frlcndi who dolro a
first-class arttcln In tlio lino of boots, shoes,
or Bailors, mado to ordor, of tho bost flock,
Mid in any ityl.i or pattern desired, wo
would say try AVm Khlor's beforo going;
olsowbero. lo tJtf
Railroad Advertisements.
Good homo to ront on Nineteenth
trcet. Apply lo Elliott .V Haythorn, 100
Commercial Avenue,
1-11-Vt.
Kr.sryour door and gates shut tvHIi
tho Dudly spring from Halley's. '
1 2-JP-ttn
Matiil'ss & Uhl hnvo fifty barrels of
eholco oranges which they nro soiling tt
$C per bid ; nto, ten boxes lemons, juft
reccired smd for fixlef lilt-3f
EltjekJ. It, Framr of Eureka, Ills.,
will preach fit tho Christian church, on
Sunday nt 11 o'clock a. tn,, nnd 71 p.m.
All aro cordially Invited. l-ll-2t.
Merchants, clerks, or any nthors who
wilh to wear flno bools cither calf, moroe
co, kid or patent Ipalher of tho very latest
style, go to W'ro Ehlor's, on Twentieth
street.
10 lOlf.
Ir you want your piano or organ tuned
or repaired, apply to tho Conservatory of
Music, corner of 'Wnshinc.ton nvonuo Mid
Twelfth street. Satisfaction guaranteed
or no pay. lw
Sibvk Anski.Mknt, tho bar-keeper, has
opened a flno saloon In Louis Blattcau's
old - stand, whero can bo found, nt all
times, Stcvo serving his customer with
tho best of drinkable. 1 l-22-tf
Election Notice. Tho annual meet-Ing-of
tbo stock-holders of Iho City Na
tional bank or tho election of seven di
rectors will bo held at tho Hank, Tuesday,
January 14, 1873. Tolls open from, 10
o'clock a.m. to 2 o'clock p.m.
A. II. Sxrrohp, Cashier.
Cairo Deo. 10, 1878. 12.10-td.
Notice is hereby given that I will pay
iio.Lllj-forgood..sold touiy of the cm
ployes of The C'Aino Bulletin, oither
for themselves or for tho use of tho office
unloso tbo samo aro furnished on an ordor
signed by Mr. Burnott or myself.
12-SO-ly John U. Onnr.Lv.
Piasos an'd Ojicians. E. it W. Budor
ro tbo only agents that keep pianos and
organs In stock in Southern Illinois. Thoy
keep different makes, JCnabo's, Bauer's
etc. Call and examino tho Instrument, as
thoy aro of the best in tho country.
Atteston'! Bough nnd Beady. Tiro
company, No, 3 : "You nro hereby noti
fied to be at tho cngino house, In full uni
form, on Sunday tho 12th instant, at 12
o'clock, in. sharp, to attend tho funoral of
our lato brother member, Louis Nasann
By order of tho Company,
l-ll-2t G.Q. Lkake, sec. pro. torn.
MluOxo. STKiNiiouar, harbor and hair
dressor, corner of Eighth street and Com
mcrcial avonue,desires to call tho attention
of tho bearded community to his neatly Ar
ranged saloon, and tho fact that ho is mas
ter of bis profession in all its branches
JIo has bearded many a lion In his den, and
calls for more. tf.
Mr. "Wm.SIhown has opened a day
boarding bouo in Iluder's block, cornor
of Eighth nrd "Washington, and is pro
pared lo accommodatu an unlimited num
ber wilh day board at if 1 60 per week.
Meals will bo furnished al all hours of tho
day in flrst-class style. Tho table will bo
supplied with tho best tho market and
tho season affords. Tor particulars apply
at the house. lk'Ol-lm "
Great Da ro aims at Blum i: Amsok's.
Everybody wishing to obtain bargains
in dry goods, Roots and shoes, clothing,
bats and caps, should call at Blum & Alli
son's, on Eighth street, rvhero can bo
found a largo block of any of Iho above
named goods, which mo being sold at
ruinous prices. Beraember thu place,
Eighth street, first building bolow Com
mercial nvenuc. M-lm
Mm. Anna'Laxo, Eighth street bo
ween Commercial and Washington avc
mie, has iust received a largo and varied
stock of fall goods, and desire.s to call par
ticular attention to her hand omo assort
jncrjt.of ladies' aqd children' underwear,
eomcahinfc ..no1; in this market. Uor
woolen drawers and leggins combined aro
also somothing new and tho most comlort
ablo thing for children in cold weather
ver devised. Mrs. Lang also has a well
locteifwsortmoni of hats, bonnet", rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will bo sold as cheap os can bo
'iVniml clsowuero in this market.
10-9-1 in
Look riKRE.Tho following are tho un
precendentt'd low prices at which Hardy
and Greenwald, J0" Commercial avenue,
aro manufKctunrjg all kinds of boots,
shots and gaitors :
Wellington Frenchair boot Jls 00
ditto doubo soM 12 Ml
Tonguo boots, s s j.j oi)
ditto, double soled 1 1 f0
Sowed gaiters, plain, S 00
And all other work done at correspond,
ing low prices. Bepairing dono with
neatness and dlpatch. Only iho bet
material usod, aud nil work guaranteed,
M-lm
Goon News Ono of tho largost and
roost complete stock ofcuUom-miido bools
and shoes ever brought to this niarkvt, has
just been received by Messrs. Hardy A
Greenwold, No. 105 Commercial avo.
"Thcsagentlrm'! aro both practical work
men in tho boo and shoo business; bavo
had a larger experience, and cannot bo de
ceived Into purchasing anything bm iho
very best siocic.
Thoy .employ a number of firft-clais
workmen a'; tholr establishment, and are
( manufacturing kvkry vaiiiktt. a..'j
hTTLIt of .Ladies and Mints' shoes and
gaiters at St. Louis prlceswand guarantee
satisfaction. Thfey make these a specialty
Tbey also make to order nil kinds of flno
calf, kip.or' leather boot, in tylo and price
taavt deflfie eoci petition, either In Cairo or
1st tot Weet All poods warranted to be
as represented. w tf
Hl'lBITlIALlM.
Samuel Smith, medium lecturer, will
g,lvo public lectures and prlvato roanccs.
All communications confidential. Addrc's
M-lin P. O. Bov 750, Cairo, Ills.
O.A V. HAOKa.
Mr. J. It. Cunningham' popular ox.
press wagons nnd passenger hack will
conned with every outgoing and incom
ing train on tho Cairo and Vineenncs
railroad, convoying to and from tho depot
lo or from any placo In tho city both pas
sensors and bacca-re. Order left al fl
Commercial avenue, or 'sent through tho
wan,' win uo promptly responded to.
TIMi: TAtlt.R.
Arrives from Mound City nt 7:.10 a m
Leaves for Tunnel at 8;0()u m
Arrives from Tunnel at.... 7:00 pm
Leaves fcr Mound City at 7:30 p in
Hacks will leavo 85 Commercial avenue.
cornor of Sixth, street, at 7 a m. and C
p. . 13-i!2tf
Vne lr.ncnryM World's Tosslo ssssd
Blood PtirlHrr.1
Tt Is tlie rrrat household rrmedr. rlrasact to
.'ikc yet potent for the prcvantlon and cure of
disease, it Is bettrr than BIttm, Cordial,
i.ao&u orBarsaparllla. Sold oy DrngjuU
Hr. Ifritry'si Hoot nnd Plant PHU.
Mild vet thoroucb no nausea orsrlotniren
'.Irrlj-vtgstablc great tlverwmcdy. .rrlcea
:cnts. SoMhrDrusKlsta.
Mrt. Whltromb'ii Hyrup.
The grsat soothing rtmedr. rrlca onlr 23
;?nts. GItm rest to the mother mil health to
lha child Sold by DrncslsU .
Mnrrlnjro Onlde.
lntrectlnar Work, Enlarird Edition. 'Kew
Snsravlncs, Two-hnndred and slaty Pages,
Pile SO cent?. Adilrrsa Da. Butts' Disrsfs-
liar, 12 North Klghth Street, St. Louis, Uo.
Aavertissment.
WINTER BOOTS AND
SHOES.
Ballroad men, farxers, dravmcn and nil
other's whoso busitict! lavs out of doors
and who for tho preservation of health
and good temper eight to wear good,
henvy water-proof boots, can get just what
they want by calling on Wm. Ehlers. Ho
makes French calf or kip boots, warranfed
lo lit woll, wear well and glvo general sat-
(rnctioii. 10-20-tf.
ATTENTION.
Boceived daily by cxpre!s at Winter's
grocery In Winter's block, tho following
goods kept In ice: Fresh white
flh, salmon, bass and perch:
froh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
tlio can at 'J0o to families, warranted
good ; also Now York sound's, by .tho
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; squirrel?,
uueks ana other gamo; celery nnd fresh
UIuo butter, always on hand; also all
kimls of vegetables and fancy groceries,
sliced bam, &c, besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will bo sold nta fair living proflt.
lO-ia-tf.
HEUM AN LEVY,
-No. 03 Ohio Leveo, Cairo, Illinois
commission merchant, and doaicr In hides,
furs, wool and leathor. Highest cash prlco
paid for all kinds of old metal, copper
bnu, rags, nnd papor stoc!;. Liberal nd
vancc made to rcsponsiblo shippers.
trice liht or ruR"..
Mink from
Coons "
Dry Hint Hides from
Green do
Otter from
Bats "
Opossum "
"nRs "
Paper
...20c. to 2 00
...10c. to 45
IGcto 18
7c. to 9
... $.1 00 to 7 00
..(.. 10c. to
.... Cc.to
lc. to
lc. to
15
10
8i,
Wrought Iron per lb lc. to 1 J
Oust do per 100 lbs, 00c to 1 10
Sheep Pelts each 65 to 75
ATTENTION!
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in tho market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on the shortest notice.
J lc guarantees both tho work
and material ; his patterns aro
of tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of tho excellence of his work,
ho invites tho patronago of
tho Public. 1MM sm
tiESS You Cjm uuv S1X
and ono-half lbs. Durant'a
A CotVee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Bost
threo and ono-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffco, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imporial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Bost Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy -fivo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
f..?4-tf
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 ltf4h NhnrlriaS Hotiln
TO OHIOAQO
KIhli'MIIM thchirtfit tlonfr
TO ST. LOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CAKS
FROM CAIKO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIIIO TO
Cltie naati. i.. Iipmxill. ToWo.
Detroit, Cldnd, Niognn Fl!i
ivinnio, i'iiikiiuik. vniaaton.
DMtlmnre, . rhlliuletphU, New York.
noston aod all tiiDtsest,
Mllirsukle, Jnncsflllo, ltlidUon,
LaCrm.e, fit. Paul and all polota north.
Thm In Mao the oaj d I root mute to
l'.oti, Oulnct, KWuk,
llurlinatnm Hnck tslsnd, Ia Hitlle,
Mrndntk, 1)1 ton. Frreport,
(lalena, Dubuque, Hloui ultj,
Omaha and all points norlhwent.
Elegant Drawing Room Slcoping Ca
On all Night Trains.
llitfpsKC Cheeked loall Imporlnnt polals.
For ticket nnd informtnn, appljr to t. C, ILR
depot t alroi on hord lnclrniit stenmarbe
Coltimbc" nd Cairo, and t tne prlnclp
rallroa I ticket oflles thronchout the nuth.
W. P. JOIIN(lN. 0n'l hsp. Ag't, Chk-io.
A. Mitohsu, Oen'l Han't. Chlego.
J. JOHNSON, Air't. Cairo.
Sl'lllNOFIKLD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. It.
On and nftor Monday, April 24th,
trains will run as follows:
1372
Express
,:V p.m.
. S:00 "
. 6. o
. 8.17 "
KORTnEBN DIVISION,
rams aoiwi soctnissT.
Mall.
L'&Te Vlrtlnia 6:40 a. m ,
' HprlngflHd 0:0 "
,' TylorTlll 10 '
Arrire at l'Hn. 11.43 '
Tasixs ooixo xonnwrnT,
Express. Mail,
I.f riTO PaQii S.imi , m Jl.tt iu m
" Tnvlorlll 1.40 :..4.a "
Arrive tHprir(!ndd...6.n " ......6.00 "
I.fK Hpnntflrld.. 0.6 e 10
Arrirem Virginia 8.5 " 8.13 "
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
TiAiKi ooixa socrntssT,
Ijfuyn Kdirtrood 5.30 a. m. ...10.10
Florn 8.S ' .11.40
ArrWc nl Shawrjcel'ri .3S " 6 IS
n.tr
BA.MKH
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Chnrlrred March 81, 1MI.
OFFICX or
OITV NATIONAL DANK, CAIRO
OVNCKR8 1
a n a kWitm t i -i . .
B. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
H. UY8LOP, Secretary and Tn
P. V. niXClAT,
K. If. UrOCBrLKTH.
It. 11, CCKdl.VOIHB,
J. M. Paiuirs,
Treasurer
Cass. Giuanta,
Pacl O. Hcbcb,
it. P. nAUtSAty
DcroJla nl but Arnnant RMMlvwIrroi
Tea
INTEREST paid en deposits at the rate of six
ferceut. act annum. March lit and Kantum-
lr 1st. InlereHtnot withdrawn la bldwllfflm..
dKUilT to the principal of tho dspoalta, tlierabi
R'riax (hem compound InMreit.
MAHRIXD WOMEN AND CHILDREN 3TAT
DEPOHIT MONKT
SOTMATKOexEKLSI CAN DBAW IT.
Open RTerr bunineia dar from u a.m. to a n.m..
and baturday eTeninR lor BVVIHO DKFOSITt
Qlj, irOul 0 In I O C10CK.
auvti w. niBuuri iTanror.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIKO. ILLIHOIR
CAPITAL,
100,000
orricitsi
W. P. tULMDAT. Prelden j
HENHT L. HALLIDAT, Vica-Preildsat
A. B.HAKPORD, Caahler;
WALTER HTflLOP, Astlstaot Caahinr.
Htaati Tati&b.
ITlKHT L. HaLUBaT.
ltO. II, Wll.tlAtO!l,
A. 11,
IlOlTBT H. OcrsuaoriAH,
W. P. Ualmkat,
Hitrum Bias
RArroaa.
Kirbansir, Cola and United Hlistoa
Bond Ilontsht aud HoM.
EPOS ITS recelrsd, and a Rfnoral banking
buainfia oono.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ACrKNTSi AOKNTS I AGENTS !
The Union Shuttle Hewing Ma.
ehlnc for 1373 the Queen.
Makes the l,cl;-ktlteli name a tho
?lnj(T, anil Is all tlm machine nrcded fur
family inc. 1 am scnilln out ample Ma
chines to Agnus very low. Itetall price,
tao. m. i.. tVArrs. '
(Jkii'I. Act. for Soutlieru Ills,
Headquarter, Pulaski, Pulaski Co., 111..
Mr. Watts Is reliable, and tho Union Bhut
II Machln Is sery popular here.
A. M. LEWIS, r. M.,
1.7wtf. Pulukjllls.
or caiko.
DANIEL IJlIItl), Vronldrntl
KOHKKT. MIL. V(.3.PrrMldat
C. N.mianEH,Canlr.
OUliliECTIONB PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANilK, roin, bank notss and Unilw:
Htatsaeoourltlen bouiihta&d sold.
I4rt AllnwMl nnT'itrnr-poil
riiVNiciANrt,
Dlt. B. O. TABER,
Will reumo the practice ot his profession
with especial refervneo to tho olectrica
treatment ol dtseasea In all tho uow and lin
prtived mutlioda uf application. '
In all ciipn of leiuslo ooiuplalnts a lady
will bu In attcnilauco.
OOlco, lStiOonuncrcIal avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
BESIDKNCK-No. SI Tbirlovnih trM, bo
i twea Washinidnn arr-nueand Walnut alraat.
oe H I Ooiunmn til aveuua, up stalm.
0. W. DUNNING, N. D.
r)KfilDENCEcornr Ninth and Walnut tta,
lAiOthfl ooiaer blztli alreat and Ohio !,
OUfce hours from a a.m. to in m., aod V p.m
T
H. WAltDNER, M. V.
IRSIPKNOR-Coroer MneKeoth street aad
IV WaahlBftoD aseoiie. oaar eoort hous. 01.
ActiOTer AT'cr'sOronaryAWra, Offlee UouralsoBi
10 a. in. t U ta. and. 'rem i top. m.
Onr Homo Advertisers.
MILUNKatr.
SELLING OFF AT COST
j MItS. MARGARET JA0KSQN
Formerly Swander, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her largo,
MILLI.1TBBY
Immedlalcly. tn order to faelllltalo Iho sale
or her poods, Jim. Jackson has determined
looner mo
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites Iho ladles of Cairo and vtf'lty
in canon ner u inry aesiro pooti narins,
Mrs. iiacKion a
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most of them having hecn selected from
mo latcian styles, licnec mo lauics navo
raro opportunity to purchase new and Imdi
tollable milliner' at cost price. Tho stock
consisuor liats ribbons, flowers, hosiery,
ladies underwear, etc.. etc. ll-3utp
MRS. McGEE,
On Eighth Htreet, baiweeo Comtnr:la1 sad Waih
nylon Atenuea, Is daily recrislof
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
of rn
LATSST FALL AND WINTKR BTTLICS.
llosides lull line of
I Trimmed and notrimmed,
rnr.Ncii flowkhh. itmnuNr), trimmings
of all kindr, Lacei, ete eta.
Mr. Mcfloe has alio a Urg aaaortmeat o
rnncj Ariicir 9, pucn aa
NECK TT.VJ. COLLAIW. UNDEhSLEEVKS,
And all other article! uiuallj found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOcc, In addition to her utock of
FancvandM lllncrvuoodx.hasat naoncaiid
coiiiDlcto assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren' Hoots. lilack and in Color. These
are acknowledged to bo the finest and heft
Shoes in the market, and this Is the only
placo in the city that makes them a specialty.
INSVKANC'F.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
coatti'jrViiTT.
0 CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cent'l. Office, 172 WasiiinotonSt.
A.CTIVA, $650,000.
This German Life Insurance Comnanv
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies Imt
also a value in iaeii on iuo -on-ioricuurc
plan.
JOHN A. HUGE.
U. KNOBRiaSDORF,
Fresidont
- Secretary
joh.v vr. r-RUEss,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
BISMARK BUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for Dromotlnir Life Insurance
and Sick Kclicf by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation in objects of public benefit.
The Ll:e Insurance Policies will be issued
by the Teutonia Life Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, -President.
JOHN W. PRUESS. Ao't.
Udlr forCalroassd wlelssltr.
FIRE AND MARINE
HTSTJBAITOB
SnOStPAJVIKM.
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
lrH.,.. 11,430,510
QK&MANIA, N. Y.,
AfifU...... .l,W,7Sl 7S
HANOVXB, N. T.,
Aset.. . ..m 8 00
kipdhlic; n. y.,
Assets m . .711.9M W
Comprising the Uadrwrllrt' A(,ney,
YONXERS, N. Y.,
AU-... .... 4M 81
ALBANY CITY,
Aioeta . . i 455,153 23
FIREMEN'S FUND, 8. F.,
Foreign Advortemisents.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
Soothing Remedy !
WHITCOMB'S
Cors Colic nrd flrlplar
WHITCOMB'8
ASMtA...
............e78.800 0
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
4ps(s ...1.SSI.M9
Mtoret, Dwelllns;, Furniture, nulls and Car
IPifii, inaurtol Ht rate an fasrahlas 10111111, per
manent arctirltT will wirrant.
I rrepn'trulljr ak of Ilia cltisona nt Cairo
shatrof their patronage.
r. iv. nvonKM.
W. 11. Morn.
otar7 Public.
II. II. Candee
Nn.Puh, and II. H. Ctm
F1RK. HULL, CAROO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
iKTNA, HABTFOKD,
A'ssta m.$i,M9,VA 67
NOItTlI AMKRICA. PA.,
Aifat ..tJ,78S,0O0 00
HAKTFORD, CONN.,
Asta.. ......12,54 4,110 72
mCENIX, HARTFORD,
AntU.... ..(1,781,118 8
INTERNATIONAL, N.Y.,
Asaats . 1,353,S8 17
PUTNAM, HARTFORD,
Assets... .J...t70,37
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,!
Asaats SS1S.673 88
nOHK, COLUMBUS,
AmMi.......................-. 1155,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets....... ....$600,000 I
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Asaata 130,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIKfi AND
ACCIDENT,
Asaet - 11,600,000 0
RAILWAY PABBENQKUS ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Viat . ........fWO.flOO 09
IVDirBVDElST, S08TOV,
Appat.......... '.-.- 14306100
BAFFORD, MORRIS 4 OANDEE,
Tt vkls !,
Oltr KaUosud Baak. CAIRO ILL.
HoirrU. and fcll. alet
proceai 01 irouiiD.
a.,. J r ,., 1 1 -j..j.wju
rumtwr, vun.aiiiDn. noil uTrr
enrnsa all dlifMM tntldant tfl
1 , . 1 . .. n.it-
ZfZtS. ( - . .
and pummtr icmpinitit.
vuuaran or an a(i.
f.i-..-..1. i. I a-"-uju
lt.li.iri I'mil, n.R.limvf,.'
naaitlonln 11 ur '-nmlnutn.irjir
.......p.., . ;0E1TTO.
It It the Infnt' and Children'! Orft Fnnllili,
Itemadj, fa all diturdars troag lit on lif taetblnic r
auTnlbrrcao'S.
fiarwrtlcnlar In ratlin-fbr MItS. tvniTCOJin'S
EYRlll', and lata o other.
I'raparad by Ilia ORASTO" METJICINR CO., St.
Lnnlt, Mo. fold t,f DrufjUU aad Dsalsrt la
Madlrln STar.twhera.
BUY.MCANDIUDOYOaQQOa
IliATjPl lilT
PILLS.
tj ctasnila; tlia Mood and aronnlnj tha llrr r and
fcrtllra orinina to a linlilij action, lir. llcnrj'i
Ilimt and Plant Pilltnramauy cuniiilalutiwlikl, It
Mnnld not I. a siipt"d they could rruch, mcli at
Ilcadnchc. 1'nlia la the Nldo. S'ltiuti.
tttmt ot Sbellnnda and Feet, Oullnrw,
C'hlllncaa. Ittietitnntiam, Keiirnlclit,
I.naa of Appe'ttr, milotia ISrncnlfry,
Klilnor Affprtlnna, Conatlnatlnn, De
bility. Fovrr or nil kind, Byapcp.
airs. Jnnudlcc. and othtr klndrrd comrltlntt
arlnlne rroin a low tlalo of tUa hod, or ooilructlon
of lit functions,
llelnB frea from Marcnry and other poltnni thy
ran le uken at all tlmaa and undtr all clrtumitau
cr, without rrard to diet, LimIdmi or pltaiurt.
Iht atlmnl.ito tha weakoni-d and dUtrniptrfd
rirttlnto lirnlilir action, cItIuk thrm trtugtb to
dhtinrden tUemielTn and throw ol! t!iootitrs:tlor.a
whlrh ara tha flrvt cauia of dlnca-t, wtthoat
iro:lncitiaTilIiPr untiacnorirrlpluff.
All tiniry and drowiyaenratlon, which ara tha
forrrnnuert of dlrrful dlicaacn uch ai Apnplpx jr.
I'arnl.rtlcNIrokra.Ae.are atrectutlly wardaj
off hy a fw do-fi of thc.t aaarrhlnic
ruild.wtloo. .rouTiil .eh tot, la kbiUa, Qmui, Frvack
n I Hp.nl.b. Prle. 31 Con a tot.
rirnrM bf t Orilol lleln C , St tvmL, V.
HoU 1 On.Mlu and Polar, la AlcOkla. t.trjahw.
riiosi'i: ctus roit isth.-sixth year
THE A L DINE,
Ati illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
aumiiieii iu DC me iiuiin-itiict rcrlod.
leal in tlio orld. A Itiii-joiili.
tivr and Cliainiilou of Amer
ican Taste.
Xot for Kale In Iloolt or Xrm Store.
ART DEPARTMENT.
Notwltliktaiulln' tlie Increase in the nrico
of sulincrlption last Tall, when the Alilllie as
suincil its present nobluproportionf and rcp
rocntativo clianicter, tho edition vn mure
than double tho jiat year; iirolnK that the
Aiiieriva'i nuoiiu aiinrcciaii; a sincere ef
fort In tlio cau-e ol Alt. Thu publisher,
an.xioii to jlMlfy the ready contidenca tints
demonstrated, have exerted thcmehe to
tha utmost to develop and Improve, the
work: nnd the nlanx for thu rumlii" vrnr.
as unfolded hy the monthly isuc, will a
tonlxh and delight even the most sanguine
friends of the Aldlnc.
Tlie Aldlnc will reproduce examples ol
the bei-t foreign niaterx. selected nith a
view to the disherit nrtbtlc succus", and
preatckt pcncral Interest: aviildiui; such n
nave bccoino familiar, through iihoto'Tnlihi
or copies of any kind.
j no quaneny iinieu piaics lor 1147.1. wm
reproduce four of John i. Davl' inimitablu
child-sketches, appriprlato to the four n-a-
sons Thee pl.itcs ajipeariiis In the 1-Mien
for Januart-, April, July, and October,
would ho alone worth tho price of a year's
subscription.
I'llK.MIU.M llllUMUb HHI 187.1. a
Kvery subscriber to the Aldlne. who nav
In ad tuner lor the year 1873, will receive,
without additional eharLT. n nalr of bcniiti-
fill oil uhroiiwx. alter J. J. Hill, the eminent
Knslb-li painter. The pictures entitled
The MIliiLv Helle." and "Crosslin- tho
Moor." are Ux'JO inchei arc printed Iniui
ur dltl'ureut i)lates, ruqulriiiK Iiniirc".ons
utm tiiiin to peneci eiteu picture. I lie samo
ciiromo nre miui lor per pair. In tlio art
tore. Ah It In the determination of lt eon.
ductnrs to keep tho Aldlne out of tho reach
ol competition in every department, the
chroinor. will be found ahead ol any that
can be oll'cied by othor periodicals Kvery
suhcriber will receive ncertllleatc, over thy
signature of the iiiitill-lier. KUiif.iiitefintr
that tho ehroinoi delivered .hall be equal to
the temples furnllicd the URcnt,
or the money will be refunded,
The dl-tributlon of pictures of this grade,
free to the suhserlhcra to a live dollar peri
odical, will murk an epoch in tuu hi. lory of
Art; and, coii'lilerliu the unprecedented
cheupnem of tho prleu for The Aldlne Iticll,
the marvel falls little, short ofa,nlriacle,
even to those best neipialnted with the
achievements of invenlhe genius anil Im
prove. I mechanical appliances. (Kor illus
trations of these chrome, sec November is
sue of the Aldlne.)
THK MTUtAltY DEPAHTMliXT
will coutlnuu under tlie care of Mr. Itichard
Henry Stoddard, aahiateil by the best writers
and poets of the day, who will strive to have
the literature of thu Aldlne always iu keep
ing with itMirtiatlcatlractlnns.
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M per anum, in advance, with Oil Chro
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tjasitloa, asi
presiats if
eerd of sncuets
oapsrslUled la
ths history of '
lb lunation.
AssatswsaU4
rtriahtra.
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" DOMKtTIO" 8. IW. Co.. New York.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION f
P
A Private Connaelor to tho Harriett
r bow about to Matry. on tha rbytloloirlcal n,y
uf:!?5r,"VMiOMoriuV,IMl,m.ldilha
lal.it dlaonarlaa In producing and prtTsatlas: cfr.
prloi.nraMrsjDg Iba cpmplajloa, Ac"
.i..t1L',M'..Jt"lDwork of wo n had and
"V W' "Ua Duruaront DaTarlnca, and contalna
alMt7urormstlon ftr tboia who & narrled or
jontaBpIaU marrlant itlll ft Is a book that OMaht
rfflLW T"nn aw totoiitoats.
J'oroign AdvertiBomenta.
JJATOIIELOItS ilAIH iii'iC
This siiherh hair ilyo Is tlio best In tho
wnr d-perfccliy harmless, rellablo and I .
afaiilaneoits, ho dlsanpolntmcut, 'lliocen
tiine . A. Ilittehelor's Ifalr Uyn producisii
Imm dhitely a imtilral black or mwn. Docs
iiol 'lain Hie skill .but leaves tho hair cleans
soli Uind beautiful. The only safe anil per
.uct nalt dye. hold by all druggists. Pnc
lory, Itl )!oml street, fi. Y. 12-18 6w.
Foreign Advortiaomgnts.
on JfAiinrAOE.
Ilappy Itcllcf for Young Men from the Kf.
reela of hrrora nnd Abuses in early life.
3lanhood restored, Impediments to Mar
hood remove.'. New method of treatment.
New nml remarkable rento les. Hooks and
circular sent Tree, In rented envelopes.
Address Howard Association, No. 2 Koitlh
Ninth street, I'ltlln.lelplila. VXm InsVl,!,!
Hon having n hlxh nputation for honorable
conduct and professional skill.
l'.'-H-d.twnm.
a-r i:.NTt:uiHiisK.
V - s v-
'ii'
On OMIiV RELIAIIl-fc OUT DISTllllll'
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
$60,000 OO
IN VAMTAHLH GIFTS
To be distributed In
Xj. 3D. S ISSTIE'S"
ISOtli llegular Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE.
To ho drawn Monday, Feb. 17, 1S7.1.
TWO QltANI) CAIMTAI.S OP
So,000 Each in Gkkknjiacks !
i wo x rizea i,uuu r
Hvo Vrlr.ei S.,00 5. J ORKFVnsnirq
Ten Prlaeg $100 5'
Ono Ilorso and Muggy, with .Silver.
Mounted Jlarness, worth iJOOOl
1 r ine-tonr.it ItnMnwfiml ll.nn t.jui i
Ten lamlly fcewlng Machines, werth
.MO each I
HveGold watches mid Chain, worth .T00
each!
Hvo Ool.l American Hunting Watches,
Ten Ladles' Gold Jluiithig Watches, worth
800 Cold and silver Lever Hunting Watch-
i" tin un,; muiiu irotti to eacll ;
Oold Chains, Sllver-ivare. Jcwelrv. etc.
.Number of gllu .ri)l Tickets limited
n tJ lUVi f
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKirrS.
To whom Liberal 1'reinliiins w II be palJ
Single Tickets 1: Six Ticket .: TweUc
'1 IckcU JIO; Twcnty-llve Tickets fia.
acrlptlun of tlie n nnr ol ilranlna. anil othor
information In rf fur lire to ihr dUtribution, III
bo or nt to any one ordering iham All Inters
mutt be aIJrcM4to L. It. HIKE, IWn, at.
Oinelnnail, O.
MISSOUKI STATU LOTTKKY.
Lkoalizcd by Stat Adtuokitt awd
j;kawn in 1'ublio ik Ht. Louia.
Grand Sint,lo INutnbcr fScbcme.
50.000 NDUBERB.
CtAss N to ur Draws Jan. 31. 1B73
6,880 Prizes. Amounting! $300,000.
uo I'riuia or....... loo
or i,uw
I I'rlte nf....iiviO
t ' of. 13 M
1 " of. io.wn
I " of...... 7,6(11
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4 " ol s son
SO " of.. oi
20 " of .. Itn
M " of OAO
Tickets $10; lMt
9
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SOO
300
250
!0
140
100
10
Ticket. S: Quarter
Tickets, S2 r,.
uur miteriai ara rtmnrred by lha Plata. ar
lwa drawn at lb lime namxl, stH all ilravr.
Iok are nndar tha U,f rrlnon of avorncom
mls.lm.ara. Th. nmlttilr.Mln will l. n..l.,l-l..l In lh.
M. LouW pr-par and a copy of drawing aent to
piirchsar of tlckna.
wiii tirw animnar arnrma tna laai uay or
-yry month durinir ttia yar 1S72.
nmital nur risk br poatnfllre mnnar frdar.
-n-pirrii iriirr, urmn or zprr?a -'and nr ir-
aiUKKAY1 MII.I.KK A CO..
rtt. Ixin, Mo.
oii.ar. AdHpi.iA.
P. O. bnx Silfl.
II. M. IIULEX,
MKlsCIIANDISJv
O KER
A.vrs
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Purchasing lor Merchants a speciality.
Ofllcci 110 Ohio Levee, CAIIIO, ILLS.
tgrHofcrcnces. Cairo Merchants.
DANIEL LAMPEHT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
FOR IJJHiS, MEN AND CHILDHKN,
Eiornii St., Ht. Com. A WAsn.,
CAino, ILLINOIS.,
Has Just opened a new aud stylish cstab
l.shment, fully up to tho times, and invites
old customers and new, ladles, children nnd
all, to favor him with their patronajjo.
U3T All work dono in tho Latest Rtyff .
WUU1H WOOD 1 1 WUUUII
The underlined will furnlih
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Chrsip, II not Chenprr
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leavo order
on tho slates at tho Postolllce and at Ilos
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tcntti and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
Klvo kooiI measure and will cord tho wood
up If desired.
anrin-tf OKNN1H nALKY.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
IIMWESN WASH' AVINCK AKD WALNUT
Ur. B. F. Fields Inronas tne publlo that ha has
opened a
LIVERY STABLE,
Shore B0rth"e,t ,,,e of Tenll as name
HI. Htablet wlU be forelshed with nona but tha
BEST HORSES
I AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the publlo may be accommodated at al
hours of the day and night with aate teams
on tbo lowtst terms.
Dr. Fields ask" a share ofpubllc natrons
nd will endeavor to merit It by Jir deeliaw
and strict attention to business.
WSm
llVl4THs-i.1i-lllal
Vlncuar r.litera are not a vile rancy urif;,
maile nf I'nor Unra. Whtavy, rroof BitrlM anil
Itcfusa Llquon. doctoreil, nplced, and atrcetened
lnit!.ll,lli.,A,l, .11... I, t Ti.nl.. ,f . .... ..
' lleslorers,' Ac, 111 at lead the uppleron to drunk,
enncas and ruin hut are a imu Uedlclne. made
from tho natlto roots and herbs of California, free
.mi uii Airoimiicniimniaais. Ttieyaretuc oreat
! !L. '."""traiid a Mfe-RlvliiR I'rlnelple, a rerfect
l.eiiovatur nnd fuvlsoratpr of the Hyatem, carrrlna
sll ail irtllMfinnil 1 Innllar nti.l
rnal,..hM a l. S .l S
lVlir.ll.'JI.on.'!,'lo? rnrlehlnir It, refrrahlwr aod
laviaonitliiir toiti tnimi n.i i.i. a-.... n
uf adinlnhiratlon, prompt in their action, certain
ifisenae " n rc",'l, ,n 0,1 'otw of
i-5." ?,"".?" rnu ' nillara acconl.
Ing to illtcitliitis, and remain long unwell, proilded
llitlr Ijouei aro not dultnyed by mineral poiaon
orollnr iii.'aiii.ainl Itic Ital organ waattd beiond
the pulnt of repair.
lit i.i.ln nr liullffraf loii. Ilradarlie, Tain
III thu filiouldira. Cuuiftm, llehliitaa ,r the CtiMt.
1117lness, fiour llruclatloTLi of the Htomaih, Had
Taste In thu Mirulli, Illlluu.1 Attacks, 1'alpltallon of
the Heart. Inflammation of the hiingn, fain In the
icpiuuui me hiuncya.nnii a nnniired other palnftl
sjiiiptiiiin.flix'lheoasprliifaijf llyaprpals. In these
coniiiUlhls it lias no rijiial, and one bottle will
pmvc ,i txlicr Kiurautiv of Ita inertia than a
leiiKthy sdM'rllsem"lit,
fur 1'emnte Cuiuplulnfa. In jonn? rr old,
m.ml-d or single, nt the dan-nut womanhood, or
the litrti of life, these Tonic Ultlrra display so de
rtih'd an InOui nco Hut a marked hiiprovtuitnt Is
aooti i"rriptlWe.
I i.i- I n fin in int nry ami riiroiile Tthr.
iiiiill.iu and (lout, H)sp(irU or Indiijestloii, tuu
1'iui, heiiiltuiit aud InlrriiiUtent IdiM, lilsoaH
of Hie !!ooil. Uvcr, Kidneys and Illadder, thete
imterj have Urn I,iol aurccuful. hutli Iitseasr
r.r eaiisr.1 br Vitiated lllood, which Is Reticrally
produced by lUrariteinent of the Ulxntlvi- Orpans.
Tlirjr arc n Uaull IMrRallc na wall
o 'l oiilr, Misesslni5 also tlnj peculiar merit or act
Ins u,i powerful aijent In rt'lieiliiR CunR'silon nr
lii,1aiiunalluii of the 1.1 ver cud Visceral Urcana and
la Unions IM'eascs.
fur Siklit Ularaara, nruptlont. Tetter, Ball
Ithcum, lllutcliea, tnl. I'lmplca. I'usttiim, l:ol.
Cnrbtiiicls, l!ln(f-onn, Keald-llead. horc lljia,
DrjdiK-l.n. Itch, ficurft. lilscoloratlonii of thchktu.
Ilumota and Diseases of the hktn, of whatcrer
naiuo or lialitre, nro literacy due up nnd earned
out of the Fjstem In a short time by the list of thew;
III'.'' is. One lxttle In such cases wui conilncc lha
most lucrcdulous of tht Ir iuratl e ctrccta.
t'lrmisp Hie Vlllalnt Illood whenever you
Cud Its lin;tirl!h-i burslinj thrnugh Uie skin lu
I'lniplrs. i:rupilon or Njres ; cleanse It wheu you
Cud It obstructed nnd alunrish In the Yclm; clran.se
It nhen It Is foul ; yoor fcellngt will tell you when.
Keep Iho blood pure, aod the health of the system
will follow.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vinioab Bit.
Tens the most noniH-rlul Invlcoraut that eter sua.
talned tho slakllitf sritenu
I'ln, V'apr, mill ollirr Wnrnil, larkln; In
tho system of so many thousands, aro (Ccctuluiy
(lcslro)cd and rcmoied. bays a dlsltoenliihed
plijsloloclst. mere la scarcely an Uidlildualoutho
lace of the earth who.c l.xly Is exempt from the
presence of worms. It Is not upon the healthy
tliinents of the body that woitns eilst. but upon
the dUcued humors and slimy deposits that breed
these lltlnx monsters of disease. No system of
medicine, no srrmlfugcs, no antheliulniilci, win
frco the system from norms like these Uitttrs.
Merliaiilcal Ulsaaaea-l'ersona taeaaci) In
Palnla and Uiaerais, such as I'lumbcra, Type
setters, Cold-bealera, anil allners, aa they adrauea
lu Hie, ate subject to paralysis of the lluwels. To
cuard asalnst this, lake a dose of Walkiu' Vis'.
lush inmuj twico a week.
Illlloua, Ilamlllrul, and Inttrmltlaiit
Fcsrcra, whlcll are so prevalent In the volleisuf
ojr itreat rlters throiiirhout the Unllrd Mates,
especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Mlasourl,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, lied.
Colorado, llrazos, r.io (iratidc, rearl, Alabama.
Mobile, savannah, lioanoke, James, and many
other, with their vast iritotunes, ihroughout our
eutlro country donnx the fcuuimcr aod Autumn,
end remarkably so during seasons of onusuil heat
nnd JryueM, are Invariably sccompaalrd by eaten
slvx derangement of the atoniacb and liver, ctil
ulher abdomloal viscera. In thilr treatment, a
purgative, eicrttni a puwerfal lotluence upaa there
t ailous oritan. Is essentially necesaary. There It
no cathartic for the purpoao equal to Dr. J. Wall
Kit's VisLOtu llirriJiLS, ai they win speedily
remove the dark-colored slKid mailer wun.whicli
the buwrls aro loadi.l. at the aame Hare sUtnulatiQ?
the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring
the healthy functions of the illgrstlve orfaoi.
Mcrofnla, or KliicU Evil, White MnelllnKs.
Cteers. Kryslpelas.: nnelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous
Inflammations. Indolent Innammailons. Mercurial
Arrcclluns, Old Sores. Kruptloni of the bkla. bora
V.ycu. etc, etc In these a In all other constitu
tional Ptseuses, W.usr.u'.s VlMxian Uirrsas have
shuwn their great curative powers la the tuost
ob.lluale ami lutrattalilo eases.
)r, Wislkrr'a I'allfursslK VlneRar UII
Irrs act ou all these eaaea lu a similar manurr.
liy putlflnz the lilool they remote the came, nnd
br resoltlnic away the ciTccta uf the lutsatninauoa
(the tubercular deposits) the arrccted paiu uceito
hi-Aith. and a permanent enre Is eOected.
The propcrlUs uf Un. U'Al.sri'.'s Vinkoak
Diiteiis aru Apenciit, liuphorctlc, Carndnallve,
Nutritions, Ux alive, niuretlc, bedatlie. Counter.
Irriunt, hndorlllc. Alttrallve, and AnU-Uilloua.
Tha Aperient and mild Laxative properties
of Dk. IValkkk's V iskoak llrrTtM are the best
aarc-guard In cases of eruiitlous aud mallgiuiut
fevers. Their balsamic, healing, and soothing pro.
periles protect Hie humors of the faucea. Their
beilatlvo prnpcfilu allay pain In the nervons rts,
leiii, sloinach. nnd bowtls, from laauinuiatiuu,
wind, colic, cramps, etc
Their Couiitei.Irrllniit Influenea er.
tends throughout the system. Their Auli-Ullieus
properllca stlmulato the llwr. In the m-crciloa of
bllo, and lis dlschersei thrwigh-tlw biliary duels,
and aro superior to ml rcmclul agents, fur the curu
Of llllfuiis r'em, l'etr and Ague, nc,
VorXUy llie hoily ngaliiat illsaasa by
purlf)lng all lu fluids with VisciiAn Uitteks. u
epidemic cm take hold or a ss stem thus (ore-armed.
IJIrectluiis. Take cf the Hitlers on gulag to
bed at nlifht from a half to one and one-half wine
glassful. Eat good nourishing food, audi as beer
steak, mutton rnop, vmlson, ruaat ucef, and vrge.
tables, aud take out-door exercise. They ar
composed of purely vctnable ingredients, and
couiiiu no vpinu
. it. ii. Mcdonald co.,
Druggists and (ion, Agix.. ban I'rabcUco, Oal., k
cor. of Washington aod Charlton fata.. s.X.
bOLl) UY ALL tlltUCOISTB k HEALERS.
iMsiniHAisr TioHstrsi
UNMAN LINE
Lirtrpool New.Tnrk ahd Philadelphia
s
Steamship Company,
CKDia COXTAACT WITH tTHITKD STATU AKD BIITIln
oovsaansars
For Carrying ine 1JIk
FOll PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rt'STDsa iNrosKArica
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot
15 Broadway, .New. York, or to
II. II on pi,
Washington Arenua. Cairo. tjoia. V
IMMIGRANT TCKKTS
FOB SALE, For Bale rFOU SALE,
COlt SALE, J "or Hale 1 FOR SALE
Fare from LivKKrooL,
Fare from Londcndimt
Faro from Olasoow,
Fare from Qukknbtowk
TO' CAIKO, it::;;:: $4 8 30
fUfford. Morris Ca , aant
HENRY n. MEYER,
BXOELSIOE
DECOUATIVE. SION and ORNAMEMTAL
PAINTER,
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every stylo, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass (llldlna
Orders solicited frr Bcetjery, Fresooo anC
Banner l'alutlnu'.
FANCY GLA83 SHOW CARDS
Q lit, plain and ornamental. All work f
trvted to roy eare will be promptly at.
tootled to. wop ui Feirr Houm. eotner I
CoDiinsrclAl nveune and MghUi etmt..
eevMtf.

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