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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1873
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TOST.LOTjlS
, MO CHANOK Ot, 0ARJJ
BT. louib Or CHlCAaO.
ONLYONK CHANGK or OAH.H
OM OAIKO TO
OtMlmaMI. u.tiaaepoll, Toledo,
BoSeJo Ilttabut. Weliln,cio..,
iwtltoore, 'rblledeliihle. New York.
B'l.tonandall points et.
MUtraaklft, Janeav-llle, M.llin,
LaCrosse, HI. Hul and ell polnta north.
Tbie U also the onl) Unci t'.ote
iwr. Moorulngton, HprinA-cM,
KjJrti ' UuIdov, Kmkuk,
Muloij Hook I.Und, L Halle.
5BdoKr ,0,, Kresr-r.it,
S5.nL Dulmqae, moui tllti.
w Oath and all points northwt.
KleckM Drawing Boom Bleoplng Orv
On Ml Night Trains.
'Bu(M Cheeked 10 nil Important points.
For tlcketa and lafonnstioo, apply to 1. U. U.
depot at etroi on board tn transit twmt.r l
l,wii Oelumbus end Cairo, end t in princls
railroad ticket offlcee throughout tho south.
W? P. JOHN-WN, Oen'l rW Ast, Ohletin.
A. Miccitii, OeL'l.Bnp'l. CMe(.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OK T1MK.
Passenger trains on the llllnolt Orntral
ebaoge time Lday. From and alter :!:
p. m. to-day trains will run m follows :
Krpriii, tlfttly
Mail, except Sunday
DEr-ART.
Express,
Mall, dally exespt Sunday
,.2:40 a. m.
..2:40 p. Ml!
p.m.,
a. in.
MM
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS,
AND CAIRO AND FUL
TON RAILROADS.
The inorlest and only direct route lrom
Cairo to Jackonport, Uttlo llock, Hot
Sprlngt, Fulton, and all polntu In Ark
and tho Southwent. TWKLVK U0UI1S I.N
ADVANCE OF ANY OTHEIt H0U1X'.
Through tlckeU, through bllU of laOIng,
and information ai to freight ratci, pas
senger fare, connection", etc., can ho ob
tained at the company'! Dice in Winter's
block, corner of Seventh trect and Com
mercial aTcnuo.
JIacki will call at prlvato residences and
hotel! for paiscngcrs, when orders aro left
in time.
Elegant I'ullma'a palaco Mccplng cars on
ail night train.
Traina run dally, (Sundays oxccplcil)from
the Cairo Office as follows :
Moraine Accommodation at i-ZO a.m.
tattle Uoek Texas Kxprcn.... 11.30 a.m
Evening Aocommodatlon 'J:20 p.m
1). Axtkll, Chief Englucer.
THE CAIRO AND V1N0ENNES
RAILROAD.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM 0A1HO
TO
Cincinnati. Indianapolis. Tolodo.
Detroit, Claveland, Niagra Falls,
UuOalo, 1'itUburi;. AVasblUKton,
suiunors, x-nuaueipuia, now lor.
Boston and all Eautcni Points,
CHANOK OK TIME.
On and after Tuesday, July , 1873, trains
mil ruu u louon i :
XXrilKSH.
Going nortli leaves Cairoat 4:00 a.m
Uolng south arrives at Cairo at . . . . S:li) p.m
MOUND CITY ACCOMMODATION.
Goinj; North.
Leave Cairo at UtfA a.m. and ftOO p.m
Golni; South.
Arrive at Cairo at '1-00 p.m. and 0:00 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vin
cennos at 12:26 p.m.. making direct connec
tion at 12:30 p.m., with tho ludlanapollt and
Vlncerfbcs railroad for Indianapolis, the
gTeat railroad centre, from which point
trains are departing at all hours, tor all
votnu in tbe United States and Canada. At
12-63 p.m. wltli the Kvansvilla and Craw
twlwllle railroad, for Terra Hauto. India
najiohs, Chicago, Danville and all points
north, via tho Terra Haute, Kvanovlllo and
Chicogo railroad, and east via tho Vandalia
line, and Indianapolis and St. Louis rullroail.
At 1:&S p.m. with the Ohio and MUUsipnl
railroad, for Cincinnati, Loulsrlllc, and all
points cast, via Cincinnati.
Passengers going by this route are placed
Inlndlariapoirs.Clnclnnatl. Loulsvlllo, New
York, llostou, Philadelphia, Ualtlniore,
WMhlngton, and all eastern polntu, twulvo
hours in advance of any other route.
Express train makes connection at Eldo
rado with St. Louis and Soulhcantorn r:il(
way, for St. Louis, Mt. Vernon (Ililnoln),
Shawnectown, and all fioliils between Eldo
rado and St. Louis,
At Norris City makes cloo connection
for opringfleld, Hock Inland, and all points
onSpringUeld and Illinois Boutlicaxtcrn rail
WAy an J connections.
At Crml with St. Louis, Evansvlllc, l. n
rtenon and Nashville railway line, lor ilt.
Vernon (Indiana), Evanivllte, Heii.lerw.n
(Kentucky), Nashvlllla (Tonnesnee), und all
poinU on St. L., E., U. and N. railway and
connections. '
1Ukc checked to all ImporUnt point.
83fKor tickets and inlormatton apply at
the ticket office, corner Seventh Kret't and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
,L. AV. Palmkk, Oan'l Hup't.
K. P. -Vilson, (len'l Palienger. Act.
J. A, Jokes, Agent Cairo.
UWTEIUI,
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
OIBce over First national bank S-iMu,
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,"
ATTORNEY AT "LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Office over rirst WaUonal bank. MGSm
John H. Mulkey.
MULKEY
Wlllsm C. ilulkey
& BON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
!Ti?-?;S!?Hf!ltJ trMt- between Comroer
on Mamie.
6-Utf.
OMBEN 4 GILBERT,
ATTORN KYb
ASM
WUIIILOM AT LAW,
sSijwS 0UB' " 'lwolh'
g5J"fT K Adiir sad
wiiisns, wsr i su b i
A1R0 BULLETIN.
Wn iMnrit Niiliarrllirr) rioi rcl
fair I lift r tmnera rnculijrly lo rrl
lh lis! lo 'tM . elllier iitiravrt-nllj-
or lir
,ihllnll IMcf, BhIIcIIii IHfllallejaj
Wnihlnstnn Atmnn,
Itrnillna- iisallrrsili carry pnK.
BNTJBJIPRISK .HAV1NH8
Irr-t .lluirli HI,
owce or
01TV NATIONAL HA1H, OA I HO
orriCRHii :
A. 1J. HA KFOHD, Proaldent;
H. S. TAYLOR, Vlco-Preidcnt;
II. HVHI.OP, Seorulnry and Tiaasitrel
uueurvue i
t M. lUaCLAl, I'tUS. dAllbMan,
K. 11. Uivoirum, l'Atx (1. Hni'ii,
K. II. CoiiiitH, 11 ". lUttinl
J. II. IIIILLIM.
IXtoalt l nnf Amount Mc-mtml front
Ten Ooata UptmrdM.
ITKllllST p4 en dopoelt t tha rfliol u
per oc nl pnr nnum. March lot ami Hptoi-
lxr If I, iiAmt cot Mithdraun It addfti Immo
dUUljr to the principal f lh donlU, mpl
Kl'lnt: thcin cgio pound Interest.
UABnlWJ WOMIK AND CUILUUXW MAT
DKPOotT UOMKT
TniT row ! c i i IT.
Olfcn tf r burlatvr Jy from a.m. to I p.m
and Hturd ?-'.( for HAVING UKl-oailt
onl;, from luin elock,
til 01 f W. llrrll.Ol'. Trfaaurcr.
I I 1.1-1 JL I 1 IliU MJlilll
.13 A WK.
iiAimi, il. 1. 1. Mi in
UAl'ITAL
8100,001)
W. I'. 1UI.I.IUAT, l'retldmli
tir-NFa HALI.1U1T, ViCfPrUfDi
A. H. UAKFORU, Calilir ;
WAI.Tltf. HYrtl.OP, Allta nmhttr-
maacroix
Hitm Tnuin. Koiiit U. UcaniKoiUH.
Hi net L. Iltu H'aY. W. r. llAUIliAY.
Um. D. WlLUAMAon, Miamii Htuv
II. riArroiij,.
Ifsr.liiiiiKc, Coin and United KtnlM
llon.lx Huuslit nnl Sold,
IIKI'OSITH rocellfhl, ud
tiiiAinHAii ior.f.
a Snerl basklni
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
V It A I U
It. W. Mil.i.Mt, President.
J. M. Phi urn, Vico-Presiilent.
Ciiab. Cunninouam, Cashier.
aOLLKOl'IONH PROM1TLY MADE,
TJ1XCIIAVOK, eola, bank notos and
Ualted
111
Htuoi sc3rt'M boDght and told.
snidrfal Allowaa v limn Ilrpnalla
rrosncclus for 1874-SEVESTH YEAR
THE ALDINE.
An lllustrHtcil Jlonthly Journal, universally
uuiumcu iu no in e iiaiuisonivsi prnoa
iral In tho Woild. Areprcvntutlvc
and champion of American tarte.
Nor rort Sale in Hook or Nkws Stokes
Tho Aldlnc, whllo itsticd with all tho rcg.
ularltr. has none of llin tpinnnr.n v nr tlmo.
ly lulerot characterittlo ol ordinary peri-
uuicaia. ins an eiGgauiiiusceiiany ol Jiure
light and graceful literature ; and a collec
tion of Pictures, the rarest specimen of ar
tistic skill, In black and white. Although
each succeeding number ononis a fresh
Elcaiura to Its friends, tho real value and
cauty of Tho Aldlue will bo most appreci
ated after It has been bound up at tho close
ol the year. Whilo other publications may
rivals of a similar class, the Aldlno is an un
lquo and original conception alono nnd un-
uyinonciivu ausoiuteiy witnoui conception
Jn prico or character.
ART DEPARTMENT, lt!74.
The illustrations of the Aldiuo have won
a world-widu reputation, and in the art cen
tres ol Europe it is an admitted fact that
Un wood cuts are example or tho highott
perloction cut attained. The common
prejudice in lavoroi "stool plates," Is rap
Idly yielding to a more educated and ills,
criminating tasto which recognizes tho ml.
vantsgc tho advantages of superior artistic
iiuiiiy Mini greater laciiuy or production.
The quarterly tinted plates for 1874 will be
by '1 ho. sloran and J. O. Woodward.
Tho ChrMmas blue lor 187 will contain
special dvigns appropriate to tho season,
by our belt urtlits, and will surpass in at
tiaclions any nt its predecessors.
PREMIUMS FOR 187-1.
Every subscriber to llm Abllnn for dm
year 1071 will recclvo a pair of cliromos.
.v vmmiiii Mv.uurA tycro paintcu in on lor
the publishers of the Aldlue. by Thomas
aiorau, whose great Colorado picture wns
purchased by congress for ten thousand
dollars, 'ilio suiijccts wcro chosen to rim.
resent ten thousand dollars. Tho huMpi-i
wcro chosen to represent "The East" and
"The West." One is a view In tin. u'l.it,.
Mountains, New Hampshlro: tho other
gives the Cliffs of Oreen river, Wyoming
territory. The chromot are each worLn
irnm uiiny uisunci piatcs, anil are In size
(12x10) and appearance exact lac-slmllcs ol
the originals.
Nkwaiik.N.J., Sept. 20, lb73.
Mesnrs. .laliu-s fcutlon Co. :
(iKNTII'.MEN I am dellilitml will,
proofs in color ol your chromos. They aro
nuiiui-miuy tuccessiui represenlatloiis bv
mrciiaiucai process of the original iialiitingi.
i cry respcciiuuy, THOS. JIoltAN.
These chromos aro in every sense A inert
an. lhey are bv an orliml Ai,,...i,.,..,
ccs4, with material ol American manufac
ture, from designs of American scenery b
',I.rt,.Iltlr1.l:an..,"-ln,tor' nm Presented to sub.
a T;..v..r,w.'.,ru succcssrui Anwrlcan
M?.-,.rSlK.1 l,Mdio con Insi.lre, u ,. nVl.
Wldliie 1 "H'M-n I'rt'i ul
If ai,'l.a.rll... i- .. .
.. ...un.,,uu ..,,., u iniucaio a pre
Uj.ivw, for a figure iUbject, the uabllthera
will send '.Thoughta ofllome" a'niw in,
betrav 7. '";.?. )
TE3aj3
r. . .
annum, in Mvance, with Oil Ohro-
mos iroo.
xor iu cem xxtiu, the chromos
mounted, yrniihed. and prepaid by mall
Tbe Altllne will, hereafter, bo obtainable
.....j uu;iiiiiun. tuere will no be re.
QUecn or club rate: cash for nl,,.H,,tf.,.
must be sent to the publishers direct, or
hsnded to the local canvasicr, without re.
spotislhlllty to the publishers, except In
eases where the certificate Is given, bearing
CANVASSERS WASTED.
Any person wishing to act permanently
0.ef,.enTM,'-r w'llrecelvo lull and
liromnt Inlnnnatlnn
. I V1'17IUS u
Jam;Buttq de Co Fublliberi.
n i
Tho only reliable Gift PlHrlLutlnn in tho
country.
L. D, SINE'S
Twentieth Grand
NNUAL DISTHIBUTION
TO be drawn Thuisd-iy, Junuiry 1st, 1974.
$200,000 oo
IN VALUABLE GIFTS !
GRAM) CAPITAL PRIZE
S20.000 IN GREENBACKS
ONK ORAM) CASH PRIZE
$10,000 IN GREENBACS I
ONE GRAND CASH PRIRE OF
35.000 IN ORKKNIIACKS!
Goo l'rio $3,000 in Greenbacks I
Six Prizes $1,000 uach in Greenbnckil
Tun Prizes $SU0 each in Greoubscks7
2oC0 Gold ami Silver I.everilnntlng wu'ehes
(in an,) von ironi tj io taw t-acii.
Coin Sliver Vest Chain", Solid und Double
Plated SlUer ware, Jewvlry, etc., etc.
NuMinfii of Girrs 2.'i,ooo. '1'ickkh lim.
KTKD TO 100,000.
AGENTS WANTED TO SKI.L TICKETS,
whom liberal premiums will be paid.
SlNUI.K TICI.KT9 $2; Six
i'WKI.VK TICKKTS HO; T li
TICKET S 40.J
Circulars containing a full list of prizes.
a descrintion ol the manner of drawing, and
other iiifonnatlon in refcrrenco to thv ills
tributlon, will be sent to any one ordering
them. All letters mitit be ndilreed to
main ovfick, I.. D. SINE, Uox
101 W. i- lltll St. CINCINNATI, U.
UUTCIUKKW.
JOHN SMITH.
(Successor to James Kynaston,)
UuTciiKn and DxALxn lit all Kinds or
Fnxsu Mxatb.
Corkkr NiNrnurrn and 1'oplaii Bra.,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Buys and slaughters only tho best cattle,
bogs and shocp, and is propared to till any
lomaod for frvshmeats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
HYLAND &, SAUER,
BTJTOHBES
AMD DBAUIta IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVKRY.DESCUIWION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
noxt door to tho Hylnnd saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
and dealku in
FRESH MEAT,
KlOUTU STUHXT, UBTWHKN WABniNOTOR
AXD COUMXBCtAL AVENUES,
Adjoining niUcnhonao nud llminy'M
Hoop tho IhiiI or H'.ef, l'ork, Mutton Vml
Ijm(i, Sursi;o, tek, nd aro prpubl lo ruin
iltuena Id the moil no? opttbln mnnrr.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
CITT NATIONAL HANK UUIKDIMO.
t3T8pflclnl attention nald to ordors from
taamhnats. night nr day.
JAMES KYNASTON,
BUTCHER
AND DKALKH IN
ALL KINDS OE 1'RESH MEATS.
Near ror. 'rwsullrlli Nlrt-t mill lin.
iimrt-lstl Avesiiio,
Ituvs and fhuirhters nnlv the best Cattle.
iioL'u and Sheen, and Is nrenarcd to till or-
Jem for Kiesh Meats from one to ten tlinu.
ana pnunilN. 7.22U
HKAI. MTATK AllRNVk.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTION KKItrl,
74 (kboonii ri.oou) omo lkvmb,
JSlHO. LW
Hur AMD Sxi.t. Itr.AI. Khtatb,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OK TITLB
And piir lli.nTBo f Hi'
IIOOK II1NUINM.
PATRON I.K
BULLETIN BINDERY,
'Jorner Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. C. HIUELS.
(Late of St. LouW.)
PROPRIKTOR
BOOK HINDER AND ULANK HOOK
MANUFAOTURER.
HLANK UOOKSof every doscrlptloBiloii
with neatness aud dispatch. All kinds of
ruuug none aisuon nouco, Jllbles, Miielo,
Havailnetand Periodicals bound nsatuml
at tbe lowest possible rates.
ounty work, such as Uncords, Dockets
res hooks, wanna, etc., ruado a i peelallly
Boxes, Pocket Books, Knvn lopes, etc
wis In t writer 1I.4J
A. J. ROE. MTD.
Offlco over 'l'hnme A. Itrn'e .rrA...v
No. 181 Commercial avenue, corner JCightli
iret; Hesldeuce corner WashlnirtDii aa
mmmm
LOW RESERVOIR
4
I0AK
.tf(Cisi-i-""T
-mm
y '';.. mm rs Vs v-v
Are Suited lo all Climates,
AKD FAMOUS FOR DE1NO
ESST TO US2I
CUBAPEGTT0BUYI1
EASIEST TO SELL 1 1 !
vvUyt'V, I'Amom for dclog mors tnd
BETTEII COOKINO,
P5P ,jftbr mm it
''Offif nnleker nudsnicnper
Ibftn'kn CldTlttrf tell,
i-AMous Fon otvmo
CaikfAdica EverywlieTo,
A!CD Bal.NO
Especially Adapted
to tii a
nm or eveey household
EXCELS! OK
MANUFACTURING CO.
OP ST. LOUIS.
C. W. I1KND E R S O N
Commercial Avenue.
CAIHO, 1I.IJI.
1- d.tw ly
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
lloalizko bt statx authobitt and
Drawn in Poulio in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Sohotno.
60,000 NDMDERB.
Clash M to dx Drawn Doc. 31, 18
6,880 Pritos, Amounting to 30o,000.
1 Prise of.....IJ0,0O0 600 Prices of....J 100
1 " of...... 1S.IM s of...Tl,000
I " of...... lo,ouo a ol....... 600
t " of.... 7,600 ' of.... 800
I " of..... 6,000 e ' of...... S60
" ol . 5,600 S of...... 300
SO Of.... 1,000 M " of...... 160
20 of 600 ISO ' of.... 100
40 " Of MO 600 of . 10
Tickots $10; Half Tickets, $S: Quarter
Tickets, $2 60.
Our lotteries are chartered by tbe Bute, aro
always drawn at the lime named, and all draw
ings are under the supervision of aworn com
miAiiooere.
Tbe olaclal drewlnc will oe pt
St. LoaUpepere and a eopy of
published In tbe
drawing tent to
Wewlll draw asimllsr eoheme the lt itsy of
fir j month daring the yi-sr 1HTJ.
Remttatourritk by poetofnen mooer order,
gltlered letter, dun or ezpresi. bend for cir-
ar. Addreet, MUIIKAY, MlI.I.Ett A CO.,
. O. ton MIS. St. Ixiule. Me.
COMMMRlOg EfKBCHAHTN.
NEW YORK BTOitM,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAMX4T TABIETT STOCK IV TXB MTV
GOODS SOLD VBRT OLOSB.
Corner of laeioeatti ntri mmA Vtm
sssaratsu at eta a a
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
C. O. PATIIC
T. N. KIMBROUOU,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
COBKIR or
Teat stroat mud Waaalmlan Avsaas
UTAH klids of lobblHr'werk donees
short notlst, aud in good style, Leave or-
ners ai ine tnop.
l'E T Kit UIJII Ji
Karliielv
FLOUR MERCHANT
AHI
JwrXXJXil3S3' A.S-rHJX-TI',
Xn. KM Oil III I.r.VMK.
1-20U. CAIKO, ILLINOIS'
COFFEY, HARRISON k CO.,
(Hue tenors to I). Jfltird k, Han,)
arOOR.-Wa.miDIiTO-AHD
Commissitn Merchants,
ri.OUIt.UBAIM AMIS HAT.
No Ohio Levee, CAIRO, UM.
LOUIS JI. MYERS,
.UOTIONBEn.
Forwarding and Commission
XtCXQXt.03EXjB.XJ-a7.
Aud Dealer in
HIT' OATH, C0RH, FLOUR
AND t'OUXTItT PRODUCE
Htore Reem lu Dr. Wardiier't new brick
hulling,
111 Commercial Avoaar,
CAIRO, ILLS.
K7"l.lberal advanses made un tonsln
ments. Keferrneet City National Bsnk. 11-2 tf
HAT T6BH.
SAM WILSON,
boat STOxanr-a
osoaaniMH
PBOVIBIONH T(
He), lia
hii;iw'ii.iiimivi
VlMeirnr Tlttlrra aro not a vnrar.inrr unmr.
iimde ol I'nor Hum, Wlilskr. Proof eplrlbi and
Hi-fii.n IJniinrs. iloctnrril. enlrr-il. nml Bwrrtcnnl
to plMwMhr t.nlc, called "Tonics," " Apjictlsers,"
" llMtorers," Ac, tli.it lead tho tippler on to drunk.
cnwn nn. I ruin but aro a tmo Medicine, made
from the mitlic roots nml herbi of California, free
truni nil .Uco'inlic KtliiinlanlK. They are the Urcat
IIUmkI I'lirla'r and a Mfc-clvlng Principle, a Perfect
Kcnivniuruim inviKoraior oi ine hymt-ni, carrying
oil all pououotw matter and restoring tho blood
to n htaltliy condition, enriching It, rrfrcsbing nnd
Invigorating both inlud and body. They aro ca?
tit n.l.t.ll.U.rall.n ..,....., In l...lp nfll..n .,...,(..
In tliclr roults, s'ato and tillable In all forms of
IlI'MSP.
An I'rmon curt lake lliete llltlrre arcord
Ing tu directions, nn.l remain lonnunn ell, protldcd
tbclr I'jiics are not destroyed by mineral polMju
or otlur iinaiis. nnd the Ualorgaiis wasted bejond
the point of renalr.
llyepcpkln or Iiitllgtetlmi, Ilradnche, Tain
In tfii'-rilioulditu, L'oukIh, TlRhtliess of tho Client,
fHl.tM Hnil. I'HI.falln.i. .if .IiA atn.n.nh ITn.l
TaslH In the Month, lilllous Attarlis, I'alpltaUon of
tba Heart, InrlKiiiiniUon of ttio I.ungs, I'ahi In Hid
rrylon of tbe Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
jinptoiiH,nretbcoirprltigsof I)yepla. Iiitlieso
coiupluluu It has no equal, ami oue bottle will
prove a ocuer Riiarauwe oi lis inerus man
lenutlir advertisement.
l-'or Kciiinlo C'oiiiiilalnte. In fount? tr cl.l.
married or single, at tbodannof nomanbooil, or
ine inni oi ine, iiiciq ionic iimcrs uipiay so tie
i.lnl uu Inilurnee that li inartcil liuptuTcuicnt H
toon p-rcepiioic.
l-'or liillnminalnrjr ami Clironle Ilheii.
iimiloni and tiout. Dyspepsia or liidigiisllon, Hit
I'jih. lirmltient ami Intermittent l'etr, Dfeatci
of tho lilooil. Uvcr, Kldners aud Ulndder. lb-c
liltltrs buve l n mutt successful. Hucli ureases
are riiii-i-.! lir Mllatc.l lllood. ulilcli Is eenrra li
piinlucitl by dcrapgemciit of tbe Ulirckttvu Oriruni.
Tlieyme n Crnllo I'tirgnllva n wrlTa
n 'I'oult , posciIiil- also tho peculiar merit or net-
lia u-i .i punernu win In relieving Coniti-Kliini or
Inrluiiiuutliin of tho Liter aud Visceral Orgaiu uii
IU lllliuun I'lkeu'JI.
t-'or Skin Illarnart. Kninlloii". Tetter. Salt.
lUiCMii, lllotctics, Siioln, I'itnplra, iniHtules, IlolU,
i.uiuuueien. iiiiiKtTijri.ia, ftcaiil'ltcail, rwire i:TCS,
Krisllwlas. Itch. Scurfs. Discoloration of the Rkln.
Humors and Disease of Ibu rikln, of whuleer
name rr nature, nre mcra.ir uug up ami earned
out of the si mem In n short I Hue br the ue of thest
Hlltlcrs. Oue bottle lu such canes trill convince Urn
nosi incredulous oi ineir curative tirects,
Clruiiee the Vlllnlril Illouil whenevrr you
find ILi linnunllea liirstlns throunU the itln in
I'lmple. Kruplions, or Sores; cleaunolt when you
find It obstructed und slugiti-h In tin veins; cleauso
li wncn it n loin ; your r uuga nni ten you wlien.
Keep the blood purv, and tho healihorthu system
will follow.
Ciiuterut Thnusniids proclaim ViNeosn Hit-
Tea) toe inoii viouucriui uivigoraui win citr sua-
lajnc.i me Musing srsicm.
I'ln, Tupr, ml other tVnrim, lurking In
the iyatci.1 of so m.tny tbouiands, aro erTuctnally
ilektrorctl and it-moved, hars a ilittlnguliilicd
ptiyslolnjl.tt : There is scarcely an Individual on tho
uce of tho earth vrtioso body Is exempt from llio
prcHcnc of worms. It Is not upon the healthy
elements of tbe body that wonniexUt, but upon
the dUeased humors and slimy deposits that breed
tliei living monsters of Ulitase. So a) stem of
iiicdjine, no vermifuges, no anthclmlnltlcs, wlil
freallie )ktcm from worms like these Hitlers.
Mccliniilcal Dlteaset. Persons encaged In
ralnu and Minerals, such as Plumbers. Type
setters, Cold-bcatcrit, and Miners, as they advance
In life, are subject to paralysis of the Dowels. To
guard against lids, taVo a !om or W ALCtn'3 vim
Losii liiTTLrta twice n neck.
Illlloue. rteniltlciit. nnd Intermittent
Fevers, which are so prevalent lu the valleys of
our great rivers throughout tho United Mates,
especially tiiovo or ino jaimuippi, unio, uusoun,
IllinoU. l'enncswc. Cumberland. ArtansM. Hod.
Colorado. lirazos Hlo Graudc,' Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Itoanoke, James, and many
others, wltli their vase tributaries, lurongnoat out
entire couutrr during mo hummer ami Autumn,
tnJ remarkably so during scsmds of unusual heat
and dryness, aro luvarlably accompanied by cxlen
tlvo derangemenu of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, n
purgatlvo. exciting a powerful Influence upon thrso
various organs, H t-asentlally neccmary. There U
no cathartic for the purpose equal to int. J. W alk.
Kits visr.oi.ii iiitteiu, cjf luej win tpecuu,
remove tha dark-colored vUcld matter with wind
the IhjwcU are loadcl, at the same llmcstlmnlating
tho secretions of the liver, and generally restoring
ma Lea tnv luuci ons oi ino uigeauvc organs.
Mcrofilln. nr IChvB'e Kvll, While HwelllagC
Llrers. Kryslpelas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, Bcrofulous
lnnainmatloii. indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Arrectlom, Old Sores, Ilruptions of the Skin, Bore
r.vcs. etc. etc. In thcio as In all other corutltu.
4ouoi DtM-ases, vv ai.xeii'.'I v im:usii iiirrnit3 nave
rown ineir greni curaiuo powers in ino inrw
I cb'Uuate ana iniractauo cast-u
Dr. tValkrr'a Cnlirornln Vlneirnr lilt
Icre act on all thcuo rasea in a similar manner.
lir nurlrrlng the lllood tner remove the cause, an
br retulvlmr avrav the uti-cu of tho Inflammation
ttho tubercular deioIU) tho arrected parts recelvo
n-alth. and a nermancnt euro li circcU-d.
Tho proiiertlct of Dn. WAI.CKItM VlS'IOAit
DirrcuA are Aperient, liiapnorciic, carmlnatlre,
Natrltious, Laxative, Diuretic, Bcdatlre. Counter
Irrltaut. budorltic Alterative, and Anthliillous.
The Aperient and mild Laxollro properties
of Dm WAi.KEn'a Vivkoaii Hittaks aro the best
rafe-guard In cases of eruptions and malignant
revcr. i neir oauamic, ncaimg, and soothing pro
pertlca protect tho humors or tho fauces. Their
eedativo properties auay pain in mo nervous sis.
veui. Ewinacii, aim uuwcit, irwm lauammauon.
wind, celic cramps, etc.
Their Coiuiler-Irrllnut Influence ex
tends throughout the system. Their Anti-Ullletts
pro)crtles stlmnlato tho liver, In tho secretion oi
bile, and us uircuargcs tiirougn ine binary ducts.
and aro superior to all remedial agents, for tho euro
of lilllous Fever, I'ovcr and Agne, etc.
Fortify the hotly acaliitt illteaie by
prnirjlng utl lu fluids with vinkoaii lumus. No
1'iiidL-mlc can take bold of a intern thus fore-armed
Direct lone. Take of the Hitters on going to
bed at night irom a nan n one ana one-nan wine
glaaiful. Eat good nourishing food, such in hecf-meak-.
mutton rhon. venison, roast beef, and vege
table', and take out-door exercise. They am
composed or purely vegetanio ingrcmcnu, ana
couuin no tpini.
U. II. JIeDO!AI.D &. CO.,
Druggists and (Jen. Agl., Sail Franclaco, Oil.,
Cor. Ol vvaftuiuaiou uuii i.miuuu his., .i.
HOLD HY ALL DltUCtll! A
DKAIXIU.
WAOCN MANUFACTORY
For Halo at WholoHalo or Retail
0OUNKR 32D-BTIIEET AND OHIO I.XVEt
Cairn, Illinoin.
J. I. OAUIII.IC
PHIIi. II. SAIM'
Dealer in
CONFECTIONS AND TOYS
I I UK WORK, NUT.S, n (.
0-5ri3ri73DSIXJEe
rule bv tho can or 1 ' Xiic
NO. 102 C0JIMi:U(!IAL AVi:.,
llelwueli nth ami '
CAIRO,
Hi His..
IhLINOIS.
JrATOystcrsierved in itny
no lire.
st In on short
I l-M 11
THEjPARKER'CuH..
SCKD STAMP FOR CIRCULAR.
PARKER BRffSt
WEST MERIDEN.CTA
WILLIAM B. SMITH, M, D.
IJBB1DKN0B No. II Thirteenth street.
i swera wasniaon avenue and Walnut street
CONSUMPTION
AND ITS CURE.
Victim nf Hit Awful illapaan urn fnunil In
in every neighborhood, in nluiost ovory
bouso.
Kor lliom and for their friends, wo have
tidings ol cheer and hope the an-
tiouiicemeiit of a inoi-t important discovery,
llrinly based upon common sense and rea
son, by whlcli tho terrible malady Is poll-
nvriy i-oiiironeii, anil lis victims aro perms-
eiiuy roiorcu m uoaiiu.
wx LXiaoivr's
(JAUHOLATKD COD LIVER 0
not .-i secret ol emnlrlcal nostrum. It la a
happy combination of two remedies known
to pbyslclans everywhere rut the best means
ol combating consumpt on. This combina
tion Is Mr. Will von's dlscc'cry nnd is
rounuuii upon mo following
SOUND REASONING :
Consumption It docav. Hoothlno-. einect
oraut remiidles are only usclul as palllatlvos,
nicy iioiioirraciiiue cause iney no not stop
the decay. Tonic medicines strengthen toe
Ills forces and urolomr tho battle, but tbe
decay goes rtcadlly on, aud sooner or later
mo victim iiiui yieni. tjiiuiaiiocnaiigcs are
ouictlinci irooil. but tliev seldom wholly
cure, lu "hurt, the first thing to be done Is
to h iui'tiik iiKCAY ; then uppiy the restora
tive, loiilo aud ntrciii'tli tfivinir treatment
minx h moineiii. inuiuugs ure uecavint:
tubercles, tilcerntlnns, cavities and depos-
rinaiiou carries tins poirou ail over tile IKiiiy.
v asiitig, ine or appeiiui. enervation, night
sweats, and all the terrlblo symptoms ap
pear; Is It worth while to doctor the syini
toms. which aro merely the results, while
the decay, whlcli is thu cauio, Is eating up
the life springs?
Tiieso two mine's are wru known by tho
best physicians :
l. uaiDoiic aciu positively arrests decay.
It is the mo-t powerful antiseptic lu tbe
kuown world. Kvru "load bodies ale pre
served by It. Entering Into tho circulation
it hi once grapples with corruption, srul
ilec,ay cease., it purlllcs the sources ol dis
ease. 'J, Coil I. Iyer Oil is nature's best assistant
In resisting consumption. It is at onco a
Inod, u tonic, n purllirr, a healer. It braces
Up nnd supplies tho vital forces, feeds the
wnstud system, and enables nature to regain
her tootbohl. For these purposes nothing
can compare with Cod Liter Oil. This tho
theory ot
YYILLSON'tt
CAUHOLATED COD LIVER OIL
As described lull vin the Inventor's circular.
which will be mailed, upon application, to
nny nuurrna.
Wo cauunt afford sitace to tell thu whole
story here, or to give tho numerous ccrtlU-
cates Irom eminent physicians and well-
known citizens testirvntL' to tho absoltttelr
wonderful rcsullx Mowing Irom this great
discovery. .Siitllco it to say.it Is curing thou
sands who supposed themselves to bo at
death s door.
Wilson's Carbolatcd Oil s sc. entllica Iv
prepared with tho purest carbolic acid, so
combined ns to be entirely harmless, wltli
SWKET NoKWEalAN CoD LlVEK OlL
From tho celebrated llshciies at Aalesund
(Norway), pronounced by physicians the
most delicate, clllclent coj liver oil in the
world
It is easily taken, tolerated bv tho weakeit
stomachs, digests readily, never becomes
rancid, nnd Is almost entirely Iroo from the
usual dlsagrcca jlo characteristics of cod
liver oil.
For every use oi cod liver oil Mr.Willson's
discovery Is of the greatest value.
For the safo internal ndmi'lvtratlon ot
carbolic acid Mr. Wilson's method of com.
blnlnglt with cod liver oil Is absolutely nec
essary. WIIiXiSOXT'S
CAUHOLATED COD LIVER OIL
Is a specific and radical euro for
o o it s tj im: n? t x o nsr
AND SCItOFULOUfc DISEASES.
Kcmembcr tho namo, "WIlNon's Carbo.
lated Cod Liver OH." It comes In largo
wcuge-piiapou oouies. Hearing ine inven
tor's signature, and is fold by tho best drug
gists.
Prepared by J. H. tVlllon. P:i John St., N. Y
HOLD 1IY ALL DHUnOIHTH.
RiuiiAsiDsoK Ac Co., St. Loula, 1 Wholesale
It uh LiiUT a; IjDs all, (Jhlcairo. f Agontrt
8-1 d.tw 1y
SPBOAt EAVOBOTGa
VANILLA. LEMOK, ETC.,
for Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes L Pastry.
Willi crcfit care, by a new proccis, we
txirnci irom mo irue, pciutt. s-ruiu mm
Aromntlc8, each clmractcristic flavor, nnd
produce Plavoriwja of rare excellence.
Of great ttrength and perfect purity.
No poiionoui otls. Every Jlavor as rep
resented. No deceit each bottle till
measure, holding one-half more than
others purporting to hold same quantity.
Use. them once, uitl use 710 other. Tht
most deli fate, delicious Jlators ecermat'.e.
Ho Biipcrior to llio cheap extracts. Ask
for Dr. Price's Special Flavorings. Man
ufacturcd only by
BTEELE & FEICE .
Depots, CUICAOO and BT. LOUI3
Manufacturers of Dr. Price's Cream
Dakino l'oitder.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Dealers in
LUMJJKU OF ALL KINDS
IIAltD AND HOtT.
Keep constantly on lianit
I-i.ooiiino and Siding, alho Lath.
Order Nollrllnl.
HILL AND YAIID COBNKIl T1IIKT V-VOURTH
hTRKKT AND OHIO LXTEK.
OA1RO, - ILLINOIS. 7-30 1
Sa.ITS"rJ? LOUIS.
OLIVE STREET HOTEL
ECOKD AND OLIVE BIllEET",
T. LODII.
NEWLY FITTED AND RiCVDRNISITED
Ihroua-houtt Block teleaTranh In the houae;
street entrance lighted at night by calcium llghti
baa all modern lmorovf ments.
Conducted oa tbe
Aiiierlean and Mvrrotvaan nlan.
Kuropean pian,
ooms 1 per dayi meals 60s each,
uui aa.Du per
Vuloan'Iron Work
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
orrosiTE
NINTH HTM 1:1,1.
JOHN T. RENNIE, PropY.
FOUNDRY,
machine snor
Fobobs axd Pir Fitting,
elJItJIHBN, Bit I.E., HTKAtlllll A'l
M-ACHirLTIEX-ir
Manufactured and repaired.
Special attention given to light and heavy
forging, house, bridge, railroad and Jail work
ami an work or it similar character.
nicam ana gas tilting iu all lu branches.
A full atsorlmeiit ol Morris, Tasker Co'.
Philadelphia nine anil llttlmra. Itraai,r.,ia
etc., and gas fixtures alwa)a on hand.
PIPINO OF HOUSE FOR OAb
UADB A Bl'CCIALTT.
Agent for Camaron'a special steam pump
id boiler feeder. Tim imat m.m,i..i '.....r
Coll a intent ayphon pumps, and Judson'a
patent governor aud governor valve.
1 ho lollowlng engines, etc., for sale i
J no steamboat engines, IDA urh bore ol
cylinder; live leut stroke, and In good ordei
yuo iiaiuooai snail and crank; wrot Iron
One engine for hoisting freight; 7,X10.
One lO.viOtaw nilllcni.ini.. will, sl.n .n.i
crank lor luulv or gang saw, seeoud hand.
One new i .VII engine; my own manufac
ture. Also, a secatid-lmnd stave cutting ma.
cbtno and Jointer, and warehouse faolitinp
inashlne, In good order.
bBgiuiis and ms.hlnury of all klndsbouibt
and sold.
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THE LARGEST RETURN KOft
THU SMALLEST INVESTMENT!
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LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS,
Dooomtoor Qlatt, 1071
FOR THE REN EFIT OF A 1
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40,000 Gifts,
$450,0 o o
IN PRIZKi.
Principal Prize 100,(
riiiialatimr of llio sunerli tialatlal rcsli
hlnion Abeles. Ks(i..uusurtiasted ssatirli
dwelling in tho United Htutcs, being oul
few blocks Irom tho Court House, surroil
ed by magnlliccnt groundy orchards, I
dans and vineyards. Tho building has II
only recently completed with all the il
ru Improvements.
PRIZE LIST.
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I Cash I'rize, - - 10
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The title to the above real eitate is I
Jitccd perfect.
The liberal lorms of this scheme brie
within the reach of all tho greatest o
tunlty over otlereii for tbe poor man tl
to weaun.
PRICE OF TICKETS
Single Tickets, 52.00 ; Eleven Til
$2b.w; i'lfty-iix xicneti, juo.uuji
Hundrod and Ml toon liiciceii, zou.u
Tho drawing will bo made under tl
perlntcudence of a committee appoint
tho highest officials in tbe State, duly 1
to the fuithlul performance of tbe dull
alL'nifl thorn.
The highest officials both ol City, CI
mm Btato navo noi oniy euuoia
Abelea.but nlso Ills scheme.
Tho demand for ticket Is uuparal
ami all desiring to participate in ine 1
lug should at once form tliclr ciubi aul
in inuir nniere.
aokm m WANTED in all States. 1
and Towns In the United States niiilj
dQTMniicy should bo scut by Itcgil
l.tillCI, I". u, uruororesiiroaa. au 1
address ol tho piin-basor In plain writ
Kvnrv r, induce of II tickets lias H 1
In win II iu-lzi-i. but UelltlvelV colli
win one, while uno person out of uvt-1
WHO Dlircii.tsu a 11.1cr.nKi1 ui ji la uuiai
win two prl.os. 1
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soud for circular 10 me manager an
prleter, aud address .
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Leavenworth, lu
BEMIS, BRO., k CO.,
BAG MANUFACTUR
Aqints Horn Cotton Hil
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