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JOffji IvOMlI.t EDITOR.
. otil; uiimiduiiB,
i...uur,.m Wushlujfton ntid Walnut.
btttet
I'reaehlus ov,cry third ithil fourth Sunday.
bttmlay. wuoJ t 3 in.
L'royor iutUmj WoilncMiay evening.
, lUJXiUMiai;, l'ator.
l'UKtiBV.J'CillAl liightU Struct.
I'rdiMilunf, Sabbath at 101 a.in.i.na7l .m
I'micr niuutlvi;, Wednesday nt 71 p. ui.
Sabbath School, a p.m. .1. M. LansUon, Su
perintendent. Rev. II. Tuavkh, l'osior
MICTUOIHHT- Cor. Klghth .mil "Walnut At.
I'rwacnlr.g, hubbnth at H a.m., mk17 p. in
l'rayer mooting, Wednesday, 7i p.m.
Hablmtli School, 3. p.m. L. V. Btlllwoll,
tfunerlntondont. llr.v. J. Ij. Wai.lkh,
l'n.tor.
I HCJHCIl OV TUK RliDEKM.U-(Kpjio.
JiB:.)
Mornln,." I rayors. Sabbath 10!
F.vcnlui; piaycre, 7J p.m.
Babbit lli School, 9 a.m.
Rnv. Ciiak. A. 011.111:111, Hector.
I T. l'ATRICK'3 CHURCH 'lnth St. and
Washington Avenue.
l'ubllo btrvico, Habbath G;10 nnd 10J a.m.
c?;itr , 7 p.m.
buulmtJi i-cLool. 2 p.tA.
benico every day, n.m.
Rev. 1. J. O'IIaixoka., l'rlt.t.
I T. JOSM'H'tf CHURCH. (Or.imaii,) cor-
tier of Wulnut and (Jroii etrocU.
.Mi. iii. every Sabbath, nt HI o'clock a. m,
uperc, a p. tu. ,
Ma s rturlnj; Vook ilnVH, a o'clock a. m.
llKV. C. IIOKHMA., l'rlost.
(.lrmam i.u,nu:u.vNcuuncii-i3tb
trect between Washington Avcnuo ami
A almit struct.
rroacluu.t huuJoy mDrniE at 10 o'clock.
hiul-ttlli Stuool at 'i o'clock
in.
ItCV. C
DliKltscilMEit, l'ai-tor.
CI1UIHIIA.N A.SHOC1A.
XJliNU
MKN'.S
HON. liegular mcetlni; tocond Motidar
i r.cli iniinth at tliolr room over llockvrcll
U Oo'fi boo)ttnro, Commercial avenue.
Weekly 1'rayor ratetliib', Friday, 71 p.m. il
tto room.
t. W. Htii.i.wku., lreillcnt.
J hi ONI) M13S10NAKY llAl'TIHT
i HIIIU1I1. Ournur Hyonuioro ntul Kurtt-
l.rnt ntrteU. l'rcachlnx S.ibbaUi nt it
it i In k u. tu. niiil a o'clock p. m.
ilii'Ji Stliool 1 o'clock p. in.
The c hurch m connected witli tlin I 111 ttoiu
ArK istion, by tlift V'lrst ll.lonary It 1
tint l mr.Ji tvl Cairo.
Kkv. M)Umii:i I.kokakii, I'tttir.
1UK A N MKrUOULS l'. Kourteoiitb, bo
twet. V'nlmit ami Ce Jar.
Svnlcin, Nnbbath. 11 a.m.
i M alb ' ekool. l p.m.
Clw. i mi tU nt 8 ii.ui.
I KCJOMJ r'HKK WILL ItAl'TIHT'-Klf-
lornlb txect., between Walnut anil Codnr.
cryic i , ' abliath, 1 i and 3 p. m.
ItEV. N. Kickh, l'aitnr.
VKhli WIJ.I. HAITIHT HOJli: MISSION
1!UATI1 SCHOOL.. Corner Walnut
Bud Cc-'ar Streets.
KabbaUi ricbool, U a.m.
l-iltisT KRKB WII.I. HAlTISr CHUHCII
Curry'ii HnrrackH
Smfous, Balibatli 11 a.m., 3 p.m. ,t7Jp. m.
Hnv. W'yt. liuu-KV, l'antor.
tlKSi'iUlONAUY JJAlTIaT UlllJUl'U.
car. Iietvccu .Ntntli anil Tenth HU.
l'reai:tilii'.Sabbtttli, 10 a.m. and 71 p.m.
rrjyur uieoUiiv, Vi ednofday ocuini;.
I'reitohlni', l'nUy eenlii(r.
abu'tli liool, 1 p.m. John Vanllniter
nad ilnry . ii'plicim.nuporiutendeiitt..
KKV. T. J. KlIOH, I'mtor.
CI.I : ) l'M'TISTCIIUnClT-Koiirtointh
' tr '. -tvieeii Ocdartud Wulnut. The
ci.i;' Hi tut uUiircd recognized by ilm Ai.
I : isll'.n.
h rvi c , rabbith, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. ni..i t ...i.
Kl'V. J4CUII llltAIH.KV. Kldor.
TUB MASONS.
C'AIUO COIIMANDKHY, No. 13. Stated
AemVily at the Asylum llaiionlc Hall, nrt
an 1 thlru .MoniUyi la i-aok month.
tAIKO COt 'Si 11., No.':t. ltDpilar Convo.
cation atlta.or.ic Hall, the econll Kriday
tu each month.
tAlltO OHAl'TKlt NO. 71. Hegular Con-
vocation at llaeonlc Hall, on tho third
Tuceday ol ovcrv month,
CAIllO l.OIJdB, No. 237 V.& A. U. Itcjru-
lar Communlcatlonn at Masonic Hall, the
fcccoiid and fourth Mondays of each inonU.
TUB OUO-KBLLOWS.
AI.BXANDKlt 1.0DOE,i.'it .McutH In Odd-
l.'oUowe' Hall, In Arter'n building, every
( Tadr. iUy ovenin;; at 8 o'clock.
STATE OFFIUEUU.
Oovrrnor John 1. llevcrldgo.
I.lcutcuant-Uorernor
Secretary of Sitate OcorL'o 11. Harlow.
Auditor of fitatc C. K. Llpplncott.
Htato Trcasurpr Caupcr itutz.
Attorney (ieiieral Jamen K. Bdsll.
Supt. l'ubllo Instruction N'owton llatcmm
CONGHKSSMKN.
Keuatore ltlchard J. Oglotby and John A.
,
Knnrcneniauvo i-.i(;uiccnm jjistncv isauv;
(.'lemcnU
MKMP.KUS OKNBliAJ
ASSUM1II.Y.
HoprciiCctatlvcH
In tho M)tu dlstrlet.-
t ronn ii. uneriy,
W'm. A. I.emma and Math-
w ,i. inecoro.
Hcnator for tho With district. JetsoW arc.
COUNTY OFKICEltS.
CIltCUlT COUHT.
Judtjo I). J. llakcr, of Aloxander.
himu'ii Attorney i'atrlck 11. l'ope.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. H. lrvlu.
Wm. Martin Anseesor and Troanuror.
Surveyor John 1. llely.
COUNTV COUHT.
' Judso- K. ltroca.
AiBOclato-J. E. McCrito and 8. Marehil
i.on. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Corouor John H. Uonsraau.
MUNlCU'AIi 0 O VKKNMUNT.
.Mayor John Wood.
Treauror It. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller B. H. Kallis.
Clerk Michael Ilowloy.
Attorney II. Wataon Webb,
l'olleo ilaKistratot) K. IIcomi and J. J.
MarfkalandCUIcfof l'ollce .Wm.Mullale.
Hlruet Commli-slonor I). J. flallluau.
MmnliorH l'ollco Force A. Cain narKt'iit,
'V. W. Wooten, 1'hllllp Helm.Chw. Mehuci
nmt Henry T. Martin.
IIDAUll OK ALDKIIMI'.:).
Flrat vvard-IIIram Itlxby and .1. M.
'hllllpa.
Sccuml ward Herman Moycm and "Wood
UlttenliotiHC.
Third ward-John McBwon and V. Horn.
jueyiT.
U. V. NcllN and M. J.
McOaulov.
I'tllh ward
II. Morris
Jno. II. Itoblnsou and Wm.
l.tl.tlllKIl.
1 1 ITK UOJiIiAIU'LAN ING M I Uh
f, W '.CI'I'.IIN, VntvrWin.
nsAt.au !
HAKDaku BOF1' LUMBE1X
ANIt
IiATH, OUINOLKd, OKDAU l'IKSTH
uoona, HAHii, luaNDa
OKDBlia BOLIOITKU.
flTBAMIJOAT Ii U M B H II,
Vurnlabod oa aburteM nottoc.
3m--rcll ovonuo, botwoon Tenth will
Eleventh ftroets
OAIBO. TTjTiTIsTOXS.
THE BULLETIN.
SAM WILSON,
I
BOAT QTOIiBIS
nnoouiiixe
I'BOYIBKiMH ma
Ko. 1 1 0
Onto
l.KHVE CAIIIO, Il.MSOl
Kr.AI. KATATK AUENUT.
O. WINSTON &, CO.,
v
R,A.L ESTATE AGENTS
AUWIONKKHri,
74 (HCixnni turn) omio i.iivmk.
tIAIItl), ll.tfl,,
HlIY AND Hxl.t. ltMAI. KlfATH,
l'AY TAXKH,
r-IIHMlHH AlWTllAOTri MV TITI.U
!HINI)KI.I.A!KniIH.
SMYTH &
wiioi.ixai.i:
DO.,
LIQUOR
DBAI.KIIS,
2TO. CO OITTO I,IiJV:i3HJ
ii a i ii it. i t. f. i ii i a.
NKW Li VEHY STAMl.K.
MII.I.S W I'AKKilit, I'riiprlt-tur.
'IVnlli .Strcr.t, l.i twei n Walnut ami V:ili
Inxtoii. Hating purchai-nd the entire Flock, Stable,
lion!-, t'jrriagf-n, Hdjrlcc, etc.. ol Dr.
Field, and addnd vrvcral new "tnrnouU,"
.Mr. I'arki-r nniv lntlii. hII IiU menu, olil
f)i tvmitiil .Siiil.ll.' llorn'H. Double
or Hili"I! C
Canute, or anyiiiini; wimjiii ni
liu to Bit i'
lit tu ar.ill.
nti:Mm
V. W. WllHKIiKU,
Dealer lti
woot) 3j :d c; o .a. Xj
Ot'FIUi: A SI) YAM) i
Tenth Street, between Washington
Commercial avenue?.
and
A largo Mipply of 1'lttfburg and lllg
Muddy coal coimtantly on hand, Htovo
A'ood rawed to order. OrilerH for enal or
wood h(iuld bo left at tho nflico on Tenth
tsreet. Tena', cah on delivery.
Caiko Box and Uaskkt Co.
Dealers In
LUMUEH OF AJiL KINDS
IIAItlt AMI SO IT.
Keep eontantly on haim
Fi.oortiNa anu Sidino, also Lath.
Oritur Nnllcllril.
MILL AN1) YAHD C'OHNKH TI1IIITY-V017UTII
hTKKKT AND OHIO l.KVKU.
tlMltO. ILIilNOIS. 30-7
John iiarmaii.
;ua. Tiirupp
.JOHN Q. IIAltMAN k CO.,
XtU-AJCj estate
AND
JrXOXJSID GKSjSTTS
nOIW.KOTOHH
IJOHVKYANOKHt),
N OTA ItlKH I'UUI.
And Land AitontHof tho Ullnofs Cent
and lliirlliiKton and Missouri Itallroad com
paiues,
iirlli Our, ill litlt Ml. mill I .!
!()Aino, lr.UNotK.
B. IT. PARKE K,
iHiicerbior to l'arkorAlllako,)
11KAI.KH IN
rAIJSTS AND2 OILS
TiirulNlifH, HrsiUtt,
WAIiIj I'Al'KU,
WINDOW BBADIS.
ltd thn oolobratod illumlnstlo
AUHOllA OIL.
DBOt)B'l.niMIN4 001 llTH iT. OOM
MI0Ur4V.,
Uairo . . , ItuMota
CAIRO ILLIN
vonMUMinn mrbciiantm.
WOOD. illTTJiNIIOUSK & URO
FLOUR
GoDeral UoniuiiBsioa McrohaDt.
IH.l OHIO IiKVltK
0. ULOSK,
OKNEltAL COMMISSION MEUCHANT
And dealer In
r
LlUB, OKMIIMT, l'LAfiTKB, HAIH, XtC.
Mo O til II I,) V Pfi ,
K5TI will sell In car load loU at
manula
turtrn' prices, nddlui; Irrlk'ht.
J. M. I'lilLLli'S,
'orwanling nnd Coin mission
MKUOII ANT,
ffllA KK-ltOAT l'ltOl'ltlKTOK.
ruptrtd to forward all klmU
to nil olntn.
ol freight
Ittihlra- al t.'inlcil to nroruiitlr.
15. I. WILLIAMSON,
WJOLi:SALE (JKOOIiU.
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
o. 7 Ohio Lorn, CAIIIO, ILLS
tSTSpiclal attention nlven
mrulii and flllliii; orders.
MiliLKH t l'AKKKH,
GENERAL COMMISSION
Amu
KOUWAKDIUU MKHUHATU,
DKALKHH IN FJ.OUK. (JOHN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AUK ID rA.liulJI&'ll ttUA-
Ohio Lv9. C'AIUO. HiLlNOla.
w.
Mtratton.
STKATTON
T.llird.
k HIED,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AMI
COMMISSION MimCHAXTS,
Agents American Powder", ompanv-
No. 57 Ohio Lcvcc,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS
N. II. TllllllitVO!ll. 1. J. lliistcwoml
TIIISTLEWOOD k CO.,
C O M M I 3 8.1 01 M K U OHANTO
DKAI.EIIH l.N
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY, ETC
No. 7S OHIO LKVHB.
Cairo,
li.utr
II.LINOIH.
l'E T E It 0 U II L,
KacluMlve
FLOUR MERCHANT
ANI
No. HO OHIO I.KVr.K,
3-20 tf. OA11U), ILLINOIS
7. II. MATllUSa.
K. O. til 1 1.
MATllUiSS k mil,
AMI (JIINKK.VL
UOMMIHHION M K tt 0 II A N T 8
DKAI.I'.ltS IN
arXjOXJX,: GH2,A.I3ST:
HAY AND WKSTltN 1'ltODUOU.
OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN H. PHLLIH & HOW,
(Uuootttors to John H. Phlllli,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
yOHWAHUINO MKKUQANTB
AID
DKALKHH IN HAY, COKN, OATH
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
AGKNT8 FOK LAKLIN AND BAND
POWDKB OOUl'ANY.
Co. Tmtu Stmit av Ohio Litis
OAIBO,ILia.
( Ji SUNDAY. MARCH
'Ui&'T uoxnr.uv
4th Gkand Gift Conckiit
For tho benclit of tho
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
Success ' Assured !
A YVAAi DKAWLSO CBIITAIN
ON TUESDAY,31stof MARCH NEXT.
IN order to mcot thegoncrat with and
expectation of tho ptibllo and ticket hold,
em for tho full payment or the magnlllccnt
silts, announced for the Fourth Orand (Hit
Concert of the l'ubllo Library or Kentucky,
the management havu dotcrmliicd to post
pone tho Concert and Dratvlnu until
TUESDAY, tho 3M of Maroh 1871.
They hate already roallcil
NO FORTHKK POSTPOlf KilJiliW-
And have a groat many agents yet to hear
Irom.
No doubt In entertained of the pale ol
every ticket bclore tlio drawing, but
whether all aro cold or not tho drawing will
potltitcly and unequivocally take place on
tho day now fixed, and If any remain un
Hold they will be cancelled nnd tlio prizes
will bo reduced In proportion to the unsold
tickets.
Only U0,(X)0 tickets havn been lnucil, end
12 OOO CASH G-XITTS:
$1,500,000
will lie distributed among tliu ticket hold
ers.
The ticket" are nrlntcd in ronnniw ol
tcntlw, and all lr.ictlon.il parts will bn iciin
M'lited In Id o drawing Just ui whole tickets
arc,
LIST OK OIFT.i.
Ono Orand Cah Out ?2."J1 00
Ono Orand Cash out loo (hki
One Orand Cavil Old Ml (KHI
Ono Orand (;s-h Olfl vft issi
One Oram! Cath Olft 1" MM
in Cash (lifts SlO.Om) i-acli Mil IM1
.'Ml (;ath Oltts ri.lW end ir0 (st
WCaIiOllts 1,000 each rsl mm
N) Cali (Jilts riiHlcach 4) insi
lOOCanhOlfU 4lMt:ul Ill IMIII
KO Cah (lilts :D each -d (ksi
i'flCasWlllts EOOfach M ikni
Cii'h (lifts ion each :ri n)
11,000 OliOllts Wj each fiSO 000
Total, 12,000 (lifts all Catli, ainoillit-
lug to id Ms) 000
The t hautes for a (iill arc ui ono to live.
I'RICB OF TICKET!!.
Whole tickets .... if, m
Halves ...... '; 00
Teiithi, orcach'coupoii - - Ti Oil
II Whole ticket lot- - Will OTi
1BJ Tickets for .... i (vk no
11:1 Wbolo tick-els for - 0,001,00
'J'Ji S'holo ticketi for - 10,000 00
No dli-count 011 lets than (tsX) wortli ol
tickets.
Tlio Fourth Olft concert will bo lomlucted
In all respects, like the throo that havn al
ready lieeli L'lvon. ami (nil iifii llciil'irs tnuv
be learned trom circulars which will be ssut
rrcn Irom this olllco to nil who apply lor
them.
Orders for tickets anil application" (or
sji.;iis ,1111 mi iiuoimt'u in 111 inu oruer
Jhey aro reoehid. and it Is hoped tliev will
il"i1V,W,ltl.I.roniitly. that tlicro. lnav f.
rraT terms an- given laaMMflio buy to sell
again. All agents aTmjpBRptorlall)' rc
iiulred to settle up thei ficcounts and te
turn all uneold tickets by the Stilt dav of
March TllOH. K. IIUAMl.BTTB.
Agent l'ubllo Library, Ky., and Manager ol
(lift Concert, l'ubllu Library building,
Louisville, JvY.
VANILLA. LEKOK, ETG,
?op Flavoring Ice Crcan, Cakes & Pastry.
Tiih rrpflt. p!tt hv n, new nroccss. vro
txtrart from tho true, Edcct Fruits nnd
Aromntlca. each characteristic flavor one
nroduco Flavorings of rare exceticneo.
Of great ttrength und perfect purity,
Avo poisonous oils, litcry jlator as rep
resented, ao deceit earn oouio juu
measure, holding one-ttaij vicre man
others purporting to ftoia same quamni.
Ue them once, will use vo other. The
most delicate, delicious flavors ecermat'e.
So superior to tho cheap extracts. Ask
for Dr. Price's Special Flavoriuga. Man
ufacturcd only by
DTEELE&PniOE.
Depots, CUICAGO aad ST. L0UI8
Manufacturers of Dr. Price's Croam
JJaki10 J'otodcr.
Ccutiir Lliumrnt,
Tho Krcat discovery or tlio
111:0. Thoro isno naiii which
tho Centaur Liniment will not
relieve, no dwelling which it
wlllnot suhiluo, and no lam.
nefs which It will not euro
.This is ttroug language, but
'lltalrllu. Ilia it.. 1,1 tT.it ill r ,
KQptt tho recipe is printed aioiiml
each bottle, A circular containing ccrtlll
cat us of wunderlul euros ol rheuinatUm
neuralgia, lock-jaw, Bprains, swellings,
bums, scalds, ciiUod-ureasU, poioniius
bites, frozen lect, gout, naltrliouiii,car-achii
&a and tliu recipe of tlio Liniment will bu
icnt gratis to anyone It Is tho most won
dcrrul healing and pain relieving agent tlio
world has overproduced, It nulls us mi ur
llclo everhel'oi-o did sell, and It selUbecausn
It does Just what It pretends tu do. Onebot
tlo of tho Ceit:un- Liniment lor animals
(yellow wrapper Is worth it hundred dol
lars for spavined, strained or galled horses
and mules, nnd lor fcrcw-wown tn sheep.
No family or btock-ownor can amird to bo
without Centaur Luiimont. l'r ce. 60 cents;
aegr bottles, $1, ,1. it. Uoso Co., bl
iiroaaway, Now oric,
OAHTOKIA is moru limn n sunsilluie lor
Castor Oil. It Is tho only nai'k article In
oxlsteneo which Is sure to rculato tho bow
els, euro wlnduollii and produce natural
ilocp. It Is pleasant to tako. Children need
not cry ami moiucrs may sleep. 10-7 wiy
DANIEL LAJIPEHT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
ANU
X3 Xt 3T3 a S TO II
ftXbth
KIBE'S
Street, between Washington ntul
' Coiunerolal Avenue,
CAlHO.tU.LINOia.
22. 1874.
nvTcnr.nu
JAUOIi WALTER,
AND DKALl'.P. IN
FRESH MEAT,
ftioiiTH !3Tuv:itT, HnwBiw WAsnttroTOa
and OouuunciAi. AvBiiura,
.Viljnlntnu I3IMiiliouo mul llniinyS
Krp tan liMt or Ilfnf. Poilc, Mutton Vrnd
I.smb, BatiMjrp, ntc., ml t r,rrf-l to sn
;Uuni. n tho numl tctuptuhl- msnnor.
OJiOlCE FRESH MEATS
OF KVKUY DBSORU'TION,
Cornur 101b Mtont and Oinincrcl.-.l aveiiu
next door to the Hyland militiui.
1 1-10 tf. OA I HO, ILLH.
.IAAIHM KYNA.STON,
33 TT T a 131 m
AHII IlKAI.Ktl III
ALL KINDS OF Fllliilll M HATH
Nenl' cm-. 'I'McuMciti fUnrt 1,11,1 I n
lllfri llit A K lin.',
Huys and Klaughle rs only tho best INttle,
Hogs and Sheep, and Is prepared to lilt m.
3crs for Fre.ih .Meits Irom una to ten tlioii
ml IiiiiiihU. l.'i'M
HP
1 A MdATVUn
HIVE SYRUP ATsTD TOLU
OK
H02ME Z" S"STTJ3?
Dr. Cos's Hive (Croup) -Syrup has been
iviiuiiii uiiu iimmi iiy inn lucuicai ptole.Mlou
over 10O veary. and ns a remeilv inr i.'nl.l
and CoiitrltH IiHSiiiir,'i,'ur,-ii' huMieuui uter
tillered to the piililtc. It d known as tlio
Compound .Syrup ot Piitillls, nnd a forinult
may batnuml in every uicdicalillspontttory.
Dr. Hansom's Hlto hyrup andTolu, in ml-
union to me ingreiiieuts lor cox's Ulvo
Syrup, eontalm llaltam ol I'ulu, decoction
ot Skunk Cabbagu Hoot and Lobelia, it com
bination that must commend it to every one
nt it pupcrlor remedy lor Croup, Whooping
Cough, Attlima, Ilroiichltls. Coughs and
Colds, Indeed lor all allectlons or the Throat
and Lungs when n cough medicine it
necessary.
This Syrup lcarelully prepared under
tho personal direction ol a regular J'hyl
clanolotor twenty years' practice, whoeo
signature is attached to the directions on
the bottle.
Its tasto Is very pleasant ami children
like It.
Bvory family should keep It as a ready
remedy for Croups and Cold", etc., among
tho children.
D. Hansom, Son & Co., l'ropr's, llnilalo,
DR. J. It. MILLER'S
UNIVKHSAI,
IMAGNETIC balm.
This modleltio may with propriety bo
called an "Universal Iteinedy," a it is fail
tuper.iodlng all others us u general tamllv
medicine. It cure, in If by MAONBTIO
1NFLUKKCB, Neuralgia and all pain, and Is
thercloro very properly termed "Mumiutlo
llaliu," ltlsimrcly a vugetoblo preparatbu.
It has lio eiiual us :t remedy lor Cholera,
Cholera Morbus, Dlarrhii'a,I)yi-cut.iry,Coliu
and all llotvel Complaints.
Its timely Uno will cure Colds, Croup,
Diphtheria, (Julnsy, and all Throat infec
tions. When properly used, Fovu'r and Aguo.anil
other coinplalnls incident'to niir tvcfttern
and soiitliern ellinates,aro easily broken up.
Nervous l'aln, Slck-Ilcadache, and Itbeii
matlfin aro cured by this medicine when all
others have failed, Toothache, Barache.
Hums, Chilblains nnd Utilises aro relieved
atntico by its use.
Tho genuine has 1. Random A; Co.'s prl
vntii Huvonuo Stump on the ouUldu.and Dr.
.1. It. Miller's Magnetic Haliu blown lu tho
bottlo.
Kxamlno closoly nnd buy iiono but tho
gonulno.
Sold by all Druggists, l'rlco eonts per
bottlo.
D. Hansom, Son vjCo., l'ropr's, liiulalo,
N. Y. Jan. iW-w-iit.
THEPARKEItiGlIH
SCND STAMPrORClRCULAIt"
PARKER BRO'Si
yVEST MERIDEN.CTA
THE NE "V
AIUjTJSTGTON house
CO MM I'UvOIAL AVKNUE.
llctween SWIli and Hevrnth Streets, Cairo'
Illinois.
T. II. KM.IS. IMopilotor.
Tho Now Ariingum ilonso Is now opo1
lor ihoreceiitloii ol iruests, Tho housn
located In the heart ot the business portlo
ot tho city, and convenient to ntcutnboa
landings and railroad depots, Oood sample
rooms for commercial nonts. Watch Jkept
day and ulglitfor boats uln Halm.
HS l-V'.l-tl.
OFFICIAL PAPER
CAt.
o. o. a, a
CA1KO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply customers with tho
bctt quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
OKDKKS lott at Halllday llroi. nnicc, on
Ohio Lcvcc. or lit tho Coal Yard below tlio
Ht.. Charles Hotel. will uclro iiron.pt ,iu.
rioni- Tho Tiro "MOT.tWK"Tll liting coal
longsblo to sIcdi iirs at any hour.
SSZaTTLE-
-i3 HI
n
ars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
EVERYBODY
Buy tho World-Renowned
SMllsSewiEluiiB
liSKHIllliBlB
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amcr. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Exposition;
St. Louis Fair ;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
AND
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR BEING
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best' range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
a7" For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Dividing, Embroid
ering, Quilling, & Stitching
fine or licdug Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Purchasers.
Noeillos for all Sowing
Machines for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exchange.
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Miscellany.
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wta Seiii Machine Co.;
CLEVELAND, OHIO,
i Ii 181!
OF CITY AND C0UHTT.
FURNITURE
AT
LOW BHICES. f
I talco pleasure in calling
tho attention of tho public to
my fcsli' and full stock of
new and elegant Eurnituro, at
m, i'.Hurtl aim arutrass
J'Hctorv, corner Seventeenth
Street and "Washington .Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Redstcads, "Wadvobcs, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, "VVaah
.staiuls, Tables, Chaira, Bug
gioii, ZSIatrnsaes and, in a word,
nil that is useful or orna
mental in my lino.
This being the only manu
facfory of Eurniture in this
city, I propose o tie ring better
have madu a large reduction
in tlio prices of all my goods.
Call and examine my stock
,'in.l secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tlio wliolesalo
trade I oiler special iu(luco
incuts. Note the placo
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wm. EICHHQFF
Wholesale anil Uutnil Dealer in Fur
nituie .mil Malrassos.
fori-i-Wiio.
' - J' '111 - 1 !
I'lOMpt'cltw fur 187 1-SKVENT1I YE Alt
THE ALDINE.
An Jllllltrntcit M..U.I,. ... .... ,,
admitted to be the handsomest period
leal in the World. ArcprosenUtiVP
and champion ol American tast'.
Hor von ,'jai.?. m ilooK. ot. Axvtt Mtobb.
Tlio Aldlne, whllo Issued with all tho reg
ularity, has iiono of tho temporary or time
ly Interest characteristic ot ordinary pcri
odleaN. It Is an elegant miscellany oi pure
light and graceful llteraturo; and a collec
tion ot pictures, tho rarest specimen of ar
tUtlu skill, In black and white. Although
each succeeding number atTonls a Qtsh
pieasillu to US iru'liu,.,' inu icm iniuu auu
lieautv of Tlio Aldlno will bo most appreci
ated alter it lias boon bound up at tho closo
ot 111 u year. While other publication-1 mar
claim superior cheapness, as'oompared wltlt
rivals nt n similar class, tlio Aldlno is an un
hUu and original conception alone and tin
approached absolutely without conception
lu price or character.
ART DEPARTMENT, 1874.
The Illustrations or tnu Aldlno Uavo won
a world-wide reputation, ami in tho art cen
tres ol Kuropo It is an admitted faot that
Its wood cuts are examples of the hlghtst
perloctlou over atutnod. Tho cominor
iirejudlco In favor t' ''ttocl platen," Is rap
idly yielding to a i-- .educated and dls
criminating taste which recognizes tliu ad
vantsires the advantages or superior artistic
quality with greater laeility or production.
Tho ipiarterly tinted plates for 1871 will be
by Tints. Moran and J. D. Woodward.
Tho Chrlitmus Issue lor 1871 will contain
special dcilgus appropriate to tho season,
by our best artists, aud will surpass lu at
tractions any ot Us prcdocossora.
PREMIUMS FOR 1874.
Kvery subscriber to tho Aldiuo tor tu
ycarls'Tl will receive u pair of ehromos
The original pictures were painted lu oil to
the publishers of tho Ahlliic. by Thoma
Moran, whoso great oloradn pictures aud
purchased by congress for ten tliousnd
dollars. The niibjeets worn chosen to rep
resent ten thousand dollars. Tho subject
were chosen to represent "Tliu Kast" and
Tho West." Ono Is a view iu tho White
Mountains, Now Hampshire; the other
gttos tho Clitls of Uroun river, Wyoming
territory. The chromos are each worked
Irom thirty distinct plates, and aro in slao
U-xlui and appearance exact iac-slmlle ol
tlio originals.
NWAitK. N. J.."Sopt. 20. 187J.
.Messrs. .nines fruttou ,x l.o. .
(li-.Nii.KMKK I am dolldited with Uio
proofs in color ot your chruiuos. They aru
woudeilully succculul representation by
meebantual process of tho original ualntluc.
Vory respocirully, Tlios. Mohan.
TIium! ebromos aro In overy aenae Ameri
can, 'i ney aro ny nu orinui American pro
cops, with material ot American manufac
ture, trout uoigtis oi AUiencuu seenory by
an Auiericiiu intlMer, ami presented to sub
.crthcrs to tho llrst successful American
Art Journal. II no bettor because ot all
this, they vt ill ceitiiluly possess an Interest
mi foteigit production can inspire, and nel .
ther uro they anj the worse if by reason ot
peculiar I'acllltU of production they cost
the publishers only u trifle, while equal In
every respect tu other chromos that are.aold
htngly lor doiiblJ tho subscription price of
Uio Aldlno.
if any siilwirlber should Indicate a pre-,
ferenco font Iguro subject, tho pabliLr
will send "'noughts ot Homo" a new ami
beatll'ul chnsuo, ll'.:u invite. reproumtiuK
a llttln Italhu exile whose speaking, eye
betray tho liiiirliigs ol hU heart.
fri per.ann.itii, In advanco, wltU Oil Chro
mos free.
For ?60 uSNTi XXfRA, the cbromo,
mounted, varnlsliod. and prepaid by rnalk
Thu Aldlne will, hereafter, be pbU nM
only by subscrlpllou, There will ow." '
ducedor dub rate; ca.il tor "Ubiwrlptlonj
munbo eent to tlio publisher! i""- r
handed to the local inuvfr, wltMJ" tf'
sponslblllty to tho publlslierj,
cases where the certllleate Is 'y'?A55Hy
tlio laclinllo signature of Jyac-Sutl Cft.
C'A.NVASSKB-S
Any person wUhi''?.., r;u.uir5
at a local nV;'tnLTfiM to J
- I,,I nuttl'lMUr It At - - w "" J -'-F
H Mdn Lantt Nw-Yort
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