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OUK OHUMJIIKB.
IIJtmiAN UltUHUIl fc'iKlitconth itroot
holwoon Washington rind Walnut.
I'rcnc'Jtug every third unit fourth Hunday .
Sunday school at II p. in.
rraycr meeting wouuesuay ovemng.
U II TiiiMnr.K, l'astor,
HK HYTKKt AN Klhth titieet.
i'rci hint', Habfmth at 101 a.rn. find 71 p.m
I in.tr imictl it, Wodnesdv at 71 n. m.
ibtctit u,chool, a ii. in. J. M. Lanadon, flu-
i nut nic a, ur.v, n. thayki:. rwtor
MliODIST -Cor. Eighth ami Walnut Sta.
'ri.vJuui.', Bibbith it 11 a.m., and 7 p. m
r,iycr u 'lu. Wednesday, 71 p.m.
ntbi'.l) ttdivol, 8. ti.m. L. V. Htlllwoll,
tincriiiuiii.eni.
l'mtor.
IUV. J. h, Wxu.uk,
l'Uf'11 OK TUB UKUKEMKll-(KpUoo-
i ilrliif prayers. Hnbbalh 101 a.m.
i vuilo? prayers, 7, jun.
etitiiUi rclmol, H n.tu.
ltR i (ill liMT, Kutor.
i. I A ritli i i .int. i ii u. ii. and
v .'.'.ii.HKlon AViiiiuo.
1 iMk solute, Hablmtu mill si, i a.m.
Vt'Ci i'i'i p.m.
."jbfiaUi rtrlionl, a p.m.
rvi o i vory day, o a.m.
Itsv. I'. J. O'lUtxoiu., I'rltit.
I loui.rit'd CitUlt(JiI.-(Uuriuan,) cor
utr of Walnut anil Cross struct.
tnn. every Habbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
vr furr, 'i p. m.
i us during week ilivn. H o'clock a. m.
Hkv. U. Hokfmaw, l'rlort.
K.IJIA.N kUTJIIIHANUHUllfJU 18 th
t-uct between Wellington Avonue and
W Mmlt ntroot.
l'r-ithmg HuiuWy morning at 10 o'clock,
bath ichi ol at 2 o'clock p. in.
ItBV.O. DOKliscil.VKii. l'aiitnr.
Ol NO "-.:i'8 CllHiai'lAN ASHoOLA..
I IDN.ltogular meeting looond Monday
. i ,i mucin at Uiolr room over ltockwell
fc i .in doo store, Commercial avenue.
Vi (ink I'rayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
ti- ro-jm.
1.. W. Stillwkll, President.
ht'OSn Ml.SilONAUY BAl'TIST
( llUlil'll. Corner Hyvainore and Forty-
h. - t utr-cU. l'rcachlng Sabbath t 11
u' IncK a. M. and :i o'clock p. ra.
Jijndiy Hibool 1 o'clock p. m.
Tim r.liurcii U connected with the llllnoli
Assoclstlon, by tbo Flint Missionary llap
tLt Church ol Cairo.
Huv. Hulumum I.komakii, l'aitor.
: Kit AN JlKTlIODIdT. Kourtoonth, be
twocn Wainut and Codar.
''orrises, Mabbath, 11 a.m.
.Sn'ilnth rt hool, 11 p.m.
rs inert at a p.m.
r.fOND FUKK Wll.!i HAI'TIUT Flf-
t .nuth (Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
' cniccs tbbatb, 11 and Up. m.
Itxv. N. IllCM, l'aitor.
IIKK Wll.h IIAI'TIST 110MK MlHdION
iVllHA'ill S(;UOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar ritriets.
' .tibatli School, a.m.
" Imr H:US Wll.h BAI'TIHT UUUItCU
. urry's li.trrscks
. tstfcoi, Sabbath 11 a.in.. 8p.m. A 71 p.m.
Hkv. Wm. Kiu.iv, l'Mtor.
I irST M'jiSIONAltY JIAI'TIBT CUUIICU.
-I 'eJur. botwecn Ninth and Tenth Bin.
I KiuMui? Sabbath, 101 a,m. and 71 p.m.
I'rjycr iiivntini;, Wednesday evening.
I rfirbiaK, Triday xveiiliiK.
fab lath Uiilioo), 1) p.m. John Vanllaztcr
aid Mary iitcphcni, HuperlutendcnU.
Hkv. T. J, Hiiohka, l'attor. 1
M UNI) IJAl'TIST ClIUKCll Kourteenth
iroei. between Cedar and Walnut. The
i. !y llapt. t chiirch recojfnlicd by the Aa-D-icution.
Mirvicoi, Habbatli, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
IUv. .Iacoii IliiiDLitr. Elder.
HKOHKT OHDKHS.
TIIK MASONH.
ik '() COM MANDKItY, No. 18.-RUUd
Aki iiblr at tlie Anylumllaaoidc 11 all, Brut
sd ii rd Mondays In each month,
.a'UO COI.I.VCII., No.V4. Keifular Convo
ihtl .1 atiln"onlc Hall, tho lecond Friday
In r lcli month.
,'AIHO UUAl'TKll No. 71. Hetrular Con
vocation at Miwonlo Hall, on thu third
Tuefday ol every month,
JAlltO M)imS, .'. S37 F.4 A. U lteju
lar O'.r.uunltatlotn at Matonlo IlaU, the
am"' d and fourth Monday of each month.
TIIK OOD-KEI.LOWS.
I.I.XANOKH l.ODUK, 221-MeeU In Odd
Kellown' Hall, In Artor' building, every '
Tburdiy evening at B o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
D ivernor John I,. Ileverldi;e
l.i auUiLsnt-Uorcrnor
Srretsry of btate Ueuriro 11. Harlow.
Au lltorof State C E. Llnplbcott.
SUto Trernurur Capr Ituu.
At" iine (iilu rni--,Iauen K. Kdtall,
j'kpt. I'ub'Ju Instruction Nowto j llatoman
lONOUEriaMEN.
Senator Klcbard J. Oglcby and John A.
man.
Heproietitatlvo Eighteenth DUtrict Uacc
Jemonta.
MEJUtKUS Q EN EH Ah AS3EMI1LY.
Itnpreacntative In the bUth dlntrlct.
,'olin II, Ulitrly, Wm. A. Lemma und Math
w ,1, Inquire
Senator for tho rjth lltrict. Josso Ware.
COUNTY OKKICE11S.
CIHCU1T COUKT.
Juiljjo I), J. linker, of Aloxauder.
htato'it Attorney Patrick 11. l'ope.
Clerk H. 8. Yoctini.
Hhorlff A. II. lrvlu.
Wm. Martin AaneMor and Treanurnr.
Surveyor John 1'. llely.
COUNTY COUHT.
;judijo- V. llrniw.
AoclatB0 J. K. McCrtte and 8. Mar Chil
ian. Clerk Jacob CI. Lynch.
Coronor John 11. Ooieman.
IIIMl"
I'ATT.ONIZK
HOME TZez-AJDIE
I.CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
,orne r Tw olfth Htreet and WanhtnjftOD At
J. C. HUELS.
(I.ate of Ht. 1.0UU,);
rilOl'KIKTOK
BOOK HINDER AND HLANK BOOK
MANUFAOTUKKH
lll.ANIC IKIOICH of evarv ilocrlntlon done
nlth neatnetii and dUpaUih. All kinds of
ullng done at short no tlc.H, lllhloa, Music,
a airazlnoa and l'erlodlcala bound noatand
thn lowest nnsnllilo ratCH.
nt work, such as ltncoribi. Docket
FITS CU11ED FREE.
Any person suiVcrliiL' Irom the above dli
cum In reiiuestcd to midribs Lit. l'nici:, und
a 1 rial bottle ol moilieliui Will bo forwarded
bv oviirfH. KHEKI
Dr. i'rleiiis a leRUlar physician, und has
tii.'idp tin- treatment of
FITS OH Kl'ILKWiY
n utildy for years, and lie will wariant I
euro, by the usn of bin ronu'dy.
Do not full to iiend lo lilin lor trial bottle
t costs nothlic, und ho
1VII.I C11HI! YOU,
no matter of how loug Hlandlng your caao
may be, or how many otue. reiueuiea may
liavo fulled,
Circulars and testluumlals sent with
KUKK TIHAL UOTTI.K.
Addrcmi
IHt. CJUAS. T. L'WCE, ,
7 "VlHItu Street, New York.
DiWl-'J3.d.Vwly
l'ulillentlon OHM, BalUtla Balldlag
Wnalilnarlon AToane.
1'KIDAV, AUOUST H, 1871.
'I'll l: YOl? Ill K V Ii I It A NO Kit TO 1 1 H
1.0 Vi;
Tlin moon I nbiolno; on thn ur.wr.
1 ho wlndiara limtcd, Hit lean t. nrr ttill ,
1 li pitioiu ft'arn iook -oltiy uo n
Upon my cot at Simmon hill.
Then conn, iny honiy-liamlril lovr,
And winder llirouh thn ilrll with me,
And K'o upon tlio limliam bull,
And llilen to lit poillxri r.
Once I vt'nn In llin railroad rln'
Hut now inv lintiiN aro hard with toil ;
l'le tuattcied hay-teed In my hill,
And hlnclied my l,"ot ullh liarne--ill
My tlty town havr all run ihy :
I am no luui'cr In my pi line ;
My day in drawing in rlose. ,
Ami It will toou b iiiill.lin' t inc.
I think I know u new in Ich cow
TlKit'Juit lixaclly what I need :
Mie'.i tlilu Irom riinulbi, nut tn tin-,
Hut only waiitn a i'Iisiiku of fen! ;
I'll mix n in.i'h of frei! ti.idi' brim,
Swindle, IiIkIi t.f a and back uy,
And ronx hcrtollio bnllnt-box,
And feed her till lection day.
Willi nt! to grap her by tho horn !
Anil one to hold her by the lull 1
Oil, lot mo d ilely lt between
And calmly flit my inllllni; pall;
Ami when November' brer. nbow
'i'I tlmo my llerkiblro Iiiiks to kill,
I'll movo back Into town aiin
And iilgli no mon; lorHhannoii bill.
CALL FOR A DEMOCRATIC
CONVENTION.
A Democratic Senatorial Convention la
hereby culled to mcot at (loleaiida, HlluoN,
on haturiluy, Aunut 1Mb, 1671. '1'hu ob
ject or the convention will bo to nominate
!tndldatcii lor senator and mcmber4 of the
Icglnttture to nervo in the next (jmcral a
aembly, and to comult ai to tbo belt moani
for furthering tho welfare of the Ocmocrallc
party In this dlitrlct. The bath or repre
sentation In the convention will be one del
egate lor each mil! hundred vole cast (or
Hon. S. 8. . Marshall In Hardin county, and
Hon. (leo. W. Wall In thu other couollea la
tbo dhtrlct, in tho eloctlon tor Mi. nnd an
additional candidate fur uach Iractlon over
lllty vote! co i ait.
It Is earneatly hoped that tho county cum-
mttteea will cn thenecesklty of calling their
county convention at an early day to ap
point delegate to the Senatorial Conven
tion. C, VT. WILKINSON,
Chairman Democratic Senatorial Commit-
the Mil DUtrict.
Juno igld. 1S74.
REPUBLICAN
Congressional Convention.
EKIHTEENTH DISTUICT
CALL ItYTHE CKNTItALGOMMlTTEE
A Itepiibllcau Convention lor the purpose
ol nominating a candidate to repreM'tit the
Eighteenth Conicrenlonul Dhtrlct of the
atato of Illinois in Coiii?re, Is hereby called
to meet at Mound City, 1111110111, Thtimday,
Allgilit i'J, le'l. Tho rutin ol repienftila
Hon will be onu ilelejptf for each cue bun
dred vote, and one fur each fractional tiny
vote In each county, cunt li.r U. S. liraut
aiid Henry Wllion for precldent nnd vice
prealdent at the prcttilentlal election In
IpT-'. Thu counties will be entlt'ed to the
following ruprenentatlomi :
CV. H'lKti. Co'. WlftU.
It.'indoiph, m .liickHiu, l'l
l'erry, l.'i Union, U
Williamson, I'A .lohu-on, 11
rope, is .iia.'.ac, n
I'lllankl, It Alexamtur, Vi
The Republican County Central Commit
tee of each county In tho Eighteenth Dli
trlct are reupcctfully revested to cal
County Convention, nnd appoint lclccatc
to represent tlulr rounttci lu the Conven
tion.
ily order ol the Congressional central
Couimlttev of tho Elt;htecntli Congrerdoiial
District.
.1. C. WILMS. l It. WAOOONKlt,
Chairman, secretary.
Metro poll, Illlnoi., July IS, Mi.
nUTCMKUN
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER,
And Denier lu
FRESH MEATS,
KldllTIt Stiikkt. HIT. 'Wasuikhtok and
(JoMMKitciAuAvic.nilioinini; Hanny B.
ICi'i'iis the best nf Heel, l'nrk. Mutton veil.
Lamb, Siiagc, i tc, nnd in prepared to
crvo faiuilli'x In i nci rtitnblo manner.
l.f IIIUP.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
DKALKIIS IN
LUMBER
ALL KINDS, HAP.I) AND OPT,
Keep constantly ou hand
FLOORING SIDING
ALSO, LATH.
or
Connor !14tli Streot
and Ohio Lcvce,
Millaud V
'ur J,
WALL &. ENT,
Manufacturers aud Dealers In
GREEN 7ND SEASONED
LUMWER AWD LATH,
CAIRO, ILLS.
I'Ol'LAlt.OAIv, uvi'itua, Asn, OUM
AM) COTTONWOOD, tiUlt
FAOKD LU Mil Kit.
DHKS3K1) 1'INK, Abll AND 10 P
LAK F1.00H1NG, OKIIiNO AND
BIDING.
JCtT'OlUco ut caw mill on corner of Tm
ty-seeoiid direct anil unio l.uvce.
Hi"-n-n-ii
A MAN inlelidliiK In do uusmesn mutt lirat
nri-imro hlui'ell lo meet thu rtuulreniunts
of bin ciistomerii t next ho lniisulet every
potsiblii or pronaote cumomer Know inai nu
Im mi nri-nared. In n very small nhico ho
may tki.i. ull the proplu what hu can do. In
u lariru vlllnifo u printed handbill, poster or
circular, properly distributed, will be elllca
cloun, but WIIOF.VKII lh IN A 1'I.ACK LAIKIK
KNimniiTo surroiir a wavm-ai-hk will
11NI1 THAT IT Irt TIIK CHKAI'KST MUlilUSl
TI1I10TIIII WHICH TO AUUUKMI TIIK l'0ll.IC
villiam: j. smith, m. d.
KK81DKK0K-NO.21, Thlrtoontu atreet
between Wanhlnstan ateuue and Walnu
ttreet omcu-l'iil.coiumurulal Javtnus, up
Dont Buy
mnr. you iiatr
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
orrrt Nxi-vr
mm
Awo havo 11! (J001) ItKA.SOXS
they will do your work,
CIUICK"AND EASY, :
ICfJEAP AND CLEM.
f . They aro choap to luv,
Iwitf They aro licit to uio, "
0 Thoy hakn ovenly and quickly,
V Their operation liporfoct,
lhity uayo niway n j;bou dralt,
Thoy aro made of tho best material,
Tboy roait perfectly,
They rcqulro utlittlo fuel,
They aro vry low priced,
Tbey aro ctJily manage!,
Thoy aro Biite'l to all localltloi,
Kvory dovo uuarantcd to'Vlvo
00
Satitfaetiou.
BOLD IIVCS
Excelsior Man'fg Co
NT. LOHIH. JIO,
AND IIY
C.W. llKNDIiltSOX, Cairo, UN,
CiVihtwm.
STATU OH ll.M.NOIK, )
Alexander County, '
In the Circuit court of Alexander touutv.
September Term, 1S7I.
The llowo Jlselilno Company"
John II. Lowe and Amelia 31. I.owp. hU
wile; William Jlartln : William It. Z.ano ;
Cleopatra llrown and Ellpblev Ilrown her
bu-baml.
lllll In Chancery to rorcclo'c .MortnL-o
:mil lor Itellel.
Notice U hereby clven of tho iicudencr
ot the above entitled suit and that Uio time
and Mace of the return of summon in the
case U thu lint day or tbo next term of said
court tn be bolden at the court house lu the
oily of Cairo, In fald comity, on tho llrst
Monday of Eeptcmbir, 1871,
KKUIIKNH. 10CU.U,
(Ikkhv A- flli.nr.irr, t'lerU of said Court.
Solicitors tor Complainant.
1-7-Uli-dI-wH
JIASTEIl'SSVLI.'.
statk ok Illinois )
Al.KXA.N'IIKII (,'UU.VIV, (""
Alexander county Circuit court.
.jodii II. navls 1
vs. l Hill for
Asi Nix. Jacob 'Wil-on. Ton-closure of
llobert liently and Tbomin J lorti,'ii,'e.
,. WAikln. j
I iill I c notice I hereby men. tli.it In Mir-
Fitancc of n clcrrco cnlcrnd of record In the
liive-entltled cail-e. In said court, on ilu,
nth d.iv in June. A. D. 1S71. I John (I.
Ilnriiiin.iiiaster In rhuncnry of said county.
will, on Thursday, tho SUtli day August, A.
D. 171, ut the hour of- o'clock p. m. of
"utd day, nil it public vendue to the Inchest
bidder lor cash, at tin: front door of the
court Louse, in the city ol Cairo, in said
comity nun siatc. tne loiiouin uu-cribed
real etvto, to-it: The euH half of tho
northeast iiarter, tiQ uortheii'it quarter of
the fntithwet nuartiT. and the northwest
quarter of the routheutiUarter, all in se-
tlnn tweniv-two ('Jij, toivnsiilp sevvnteen
(17), south of rauj:o two (i), wet of thn
third fi'lnclnal inerldlan, In tho count v ol
Mcxander und state of Illinois, tiiirciher
with all and singular the tcncmciits und he
redltamenti tbertinto helonu'lni,-.
Cairo, lllinoi-, Julv -.ti. Ihil.
JOHN g. 1IAUMAN.
1. WIH:i:LI:11, Jlastcr In Chancery.
Solicitor for Complainant. :w-7-'J:.wlt
.MAS TICK'S SALE
Htatk ok Illinois, )
Alkxaniikh County,
Mcxander county circuit court.
Severe Jlarchlldon
v.
niil to
ToriTlu-e
3Iorlj;(,'e.
Jasper Cully. Kuscnio Cully,
and i tru r . uoirr x .u.
1'uliHc notice Is hereby uiven. that. In
pursuance ol a ilccrco ontcred nf reeotil In
tuo anovcenuiii u cause, in sum court, on
tho 'JOth day ol May, A. I). 1871, I, John (J.
Hamuli, master in cliuncen or said county.
will,
On Friday, tho 1-itii Dny of August,
A. 1'.
at thn hour ol '1 o ilock p. m. of
aid thv, sell, ut piiblla VeiidUr, to
the hl'lie.t bidder for cash, at tho front
door ol thocou't house, In the cltv of Cairo,
lu 'aid county and statr, tho followlnjr-de-scribed
real estate, to-ult: Lots niiinlicrcd
clwit (f) mill in iio f.i) in block number one
(1), In James L. llrown's addition to tho
own oi luetic; aiso, nut iiumiicrcu onu
II. twoWi. thieu(3). four (1). tlvo (ft), alx
(i), seven (7) and eight (s), In block two (2),
n I Indues A; Co.'s uddltlou to thn towu ol
Thebes; ull In thu county ot Alexander,
tain oi Illinois, logoiiicr wiui uu nun Mtiu
ar tho tenements ami hereditaments there
unto bolonifin.
CAiuo, li.w., July u.', i7i. t-'J.'-wii
John () Hahman,
1. WllKiXKi: .Master in Ch.iueory.
Sollclttor Complainant.
jiottoi:
STATK OV lLI.INOIH.
County ov Aixxaniikh, i b
In thoCIrcult Court of Alexander count v.
Htpiemiicr term, i. i. ion.
HcDjamin southard
vs.
names Jlaniifactnrlng Coiup.my. Klliali
W. Morsan. David 11. Jlniiraii. Chau 1'.
l'arsous, Wilfred l-unicn, Jainvf 11. Dean, S,
StaatHT:i)lornnd Kdwln I'ur-ons, 'i'mttora
nf tlin Ciilro City 1'rnpertvOomiiaiiv. Frank.
Ull 1j. i'rne.r,.ii'iiw" i.uis. n.iuiu u. tmuen,
MimninL- Mavllcld lllld "William It. It rnwii.
.. . .. :,,,t n....r
(llrmom. Jiiiyflcld nnd C),) and William
rtiorer. ....
retltlon lor jHcciiumcti i.ien.
diayuciu nun i miu ciuiui, .iuimh unuivii
Ucli'tidunts, having been Died In olllco of thu
lurk of said court, notice la therefor hereby
L'lven 10 Jim n,u r.iyau ii. jiurK'au,
James It. Dean, IMwln l'ursiins. Franklin L,
rurkcr, .lames i.ius, Jiiinmm; jiuyiieiu nnu
William Htorer, tlint tho eomtiluliiant tiled
his petition lor u mechanic' lien In
until i-ouit on tho third (lav of Juno. A. 1).
lKTI.and that thereupon n summons ix-ned
out of Mid court rettiriiahlii oa the llr-t Mini
day In the month ol September noxt os is
toulrodby law.
Now, unlvs ou shall personally bo and
appear belorli said court on tho llrt day o
till next (September) teim thercot to be
bolden in the city ot Cilrii In said county on
the lli'st Monday In September nnxt, and
plead, uiiower, or ilumur to the petition o
complainant, the sainu and thn matters and
things therein ehanjed and stated will bu
tukiia us eonfassod und u ducrca entered
tiltalnst you aceorilliiL' to tlui praver of said
petitioner. It, 8. Yocum,
OEOltou KisiiKit, ) .(t Clerk,
tj. 1'. Wiikeikh, JAtt.
Cairo, lllliio's, Juno tltli,1874.
AMI
C.i ivVWIf fDTWOXIRj
why
Afllibivlt of the non-resldencoof KHJali VT.
Morgan, James 11. Dean, IMwin l'aisons,
rruuklln L. l'arkcr, Jamea Kills, Jlannliii:
Newspaper advertising Is now recognized,
by builncsi men having faith In their own
warcf, as the most efl'cctlvo inr.jns lor mi
ctirlns for their goods a wldjo rtcojnitlnn
ofthtlr merits.
Newspaper advertising Impels Inquiry, and
when the article offered Is of good qu.i.lty,
and at a fair prict, tho natural remit W in
creased rales.
Newspaper advertising Is a permanent addi
tion to tho reputation of the Roods advir.
tl-cd, becatiso it Is a permanent Inlluccnce
always at work lu their Interest.
Newspaper iiiirerllsiu; pinmoies trade, for
even the dullest tlmea advertiser' secure
by tar tbo largest share nl' what Is belli;;
done.
Newspaper nivertlsu3l the most rnurgetlo
und vigilant nf ialesmou; addressing thou
sands nai-h ibiv. alsvavs In tho iMlvertlaer'a
Interest, and ceaselessly at work seeking
customers Imm nil cissies,
.fl I'rraoil mil InllP ll.r.l- Sllllrrarrr.r.l.
In 10 illictilmi", ami rriimiii l,mg unn-ell. tiro
ii'ifd tlioir tioiies are not itestrojril brinintrsl
ii or other Inesns, and vital oriranj watlrJ
. i xlnt oftciulr.
I- iKpliiorln.ll8r.lloii,tlcaJacliM'.ili
ii . : liiilllilcis, Coilfhs, 'ilhllis,, orihr iV.l
" , Sour Kructnuniisor tlr fitomacli. Ha i
in Hie Month. IIIHnin AttarVs, ralnintloa
i 1 1, n lleait. Iiirliuiiinalluii ul tlin l.unK. I'aln In
! lemon nf tlie I; i.ltif i , and a Imnilrcl oilier
.ilnliil )initerii, aio Hie r.rrirlnp of Hvsprn.
la. one li.itlc mil ir,ivc a i.cttrr Kiiaruu'tcc l(
merits than a lengthy inlirrtunnciit.
I or B'rninlr :niilnliil. In joens or nM,
i.irtl,l orsiiiKle, at tiiodann of numanliiMsl. nr
ti turn of life. tlico Tonle Hitters ,ll.eln pci ,lc
tpii'i '' "inuc,":0 11 'lt "I'l'ruMiiicnl l soon fcr.
t in Inniiiiiniiiloi r ini, I'lirnnlr Itltrn.
mm I in miiU (null, .uioii, ICvtnitla. nt an I Itilrr
iiiliictit fetors, lilcases(,rtl.o iiiihhI, .cr. K,.
tu'ls mid lil.iil.lrr, tl.cMi uitirrs tisc no ciunl.
Midi IMscjms arc catKMl by vitiated :inI.
Tin nrr n uciillr S'lirumisn u nrll n
ii iiMiir. iossi iiist iiic iiicru or iirtin .
liernil ascnt In rctlevlmr cnnvrsHnn or In
flammation of tbo IJur and Visceral Oripm,aud
t'oi-NLIn nUrnsrs, r.nipllon. Teller, Salt-
Khrnni. IllOtclies. Sjs, I'llllplts, I'llMllIco, lliiln,
i iii'iiiiur-. ,1,.,., ,ui ui5. f-vni'i-iicnii. rotc I. its,
rrslpcl.is, licli, heiirK lilu'iilorationsof HicMhi.
llmnnr and liioaes of Hie filn nm haipi er name
or nature, are literally due up nnd cuuleil nut ol
ile system Inatiioit t.'iac t.v tlic ti-o of these
bliters.
t.'riiirrul TliniKiimla prorljlm Vivrnin
ti iTriii itii mn.t wnncli-ifnl Invlzoran' that ctt
n.naiiii, Urn ainMns ststcm.
II. lf..lIrtO.Vl,l A- CO.
DniKBista and (leu. Ants., hui I runcl-in. CaL. A
ror. or Wastilneinn ami I'liarltnn !t.. N. Y.
SOU) UY ALL llKUOIIIhTS A IIKAI.rjUt-
I'rosjicctns Tor 1874 hEVfeSTH YEAH
THE ALDINE.
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
admitted to bo tho handsomest period
ical tn tho World. A representative
and champion of American taetr .
Nit ron Sal2 in Jook oa tKws Stob
The Aldine. whllo Issued with all the reg
ularity, has none of tho temporary or time
ly Interest characteristic of ordinary peri
odicals. It Is an elegant miscellany ot pure
light nnd cracclul llteraturo ; and a collec
tion 01 pictures, uio rarest specimen oi ar
tistic skill, In black and white. Although
each succeeding number atlords a flesh
Elcasure to Its lrlcnds, tbo real value and
eauty of The Aldlno will be most appreci
ated after lt has been bound up at the close
of the year. Whllo other publicatloni may
claim superior cheapness, as compared with
rivals of a similar class, trie Aldlne Is an un
ique and original conception alone and un
approached absolutely without concept"
In price or character.
AKT DKl'AKTMKNT, 1874. S3
The Illustrations or the Aldlne hare wy,
i wnrld.wtdc rcnutatlon. and in tho art ren.
tros of Kuropo it Is an admitted fact that
its wood cuts are examples oi tuo nignest
ticrluctlou ever atulned. Tho commot
jircjtidleo In favorj' "steel plates," Is rati-
idiyvieiuing ton iciiucaxou ami uis
crlmtnatmi; tasto whlcn recognizes the ad
vantage tbo advantages or superior artistic
quality with greater facility of prnductlou.
Tho quarterly tinted plates for 1871 will be
bv Thus. Morun and J. D. Woodward.
Th Christmas ilslio lor 1874 will contain
.nuni.l ilahluna afinroori&to to tho Btiasou.
by our best ohlsu, and will surpass tn at
tractions any oi lis prcueccssors.
ritKMlUiISFOK1874.
Kvory subscriber to tho Aldlne lor tb
year IsTI will recelvo a Jiilr of chromos
The original pictures were painted In oil lo
tbo publishers of tbo Aldlne, by Thoma
Moran, whoso great olorado pictures and
purchased by congress for ten thouaml
dollars. Tho subjects were chosen to rep
resent ten thousand dollars. Thu subjects
were chosen to represent "The Kant" and
"Tho West." One Is u view In tbo White
Mountain", Now Hampshire; the other
gives the Cliffs of Green river, Wyoming
territory. The chromos are each worked
Irom thirty distinct plates, and aro In size
K'JxlUl and appearance, exact fac-slmlles ol
the originals.
Nwaiik. N. J Sept. 20. 1S71.
Messrs. James sutton lo. .
(iK.viLK.MK.N- I am delighted with tha
proofs In color ol your chromos. Thoy aro
woiiderliilly successlul representations by
mechanical process of the orlglnalnalntlngs.
Very respcclfully, Tiion. Mohan.
Tbeso chromos are in cvory senso Ameri
can. They aro by au orinal American pro
cess, with material ot American mauulac
turo, from designs of American scenery by
un American painter, and presented to sub
scribers to tho first successful American
Art Journal. II no better because ot all
this, they will certainly possess an Interest
no foreign production can Inspire, and nei
ther uro they any tho worse if by ronton ol
peculiar facilities of production thoy cost
the publishers only a trlllu, whllo equal In
every respect toother chromos that are sold
singly for doubl i tho subscription price ol
tho Aldlno.
If any subscriber should Indicate a pre
ference for u figure subject, thu publishers
will send ''Thoughts ot Homo" a new au
beatlful chromo, 14x20 Inches, representing
u '.Ittlo Italian exllo whoso speaking eyas
betray the longings ol his heart,
fa pur annum, In advance, with Oil Chro
mos froo.
For 550 cents extka, tbo chromos,
mounted, varnlsliod. nnd prepaid by mail.
Tho Aldme will, hereafter, be obtainable
only by subscription. Thero will no bo re
duced or club ruto ; cash for aubscriptloni
must bo sent to the publishers direct, or
handed to tho local canvasser, without re
sponsibility to the publishers, except In
cases whero tho certificate. Is given, bearing
tho facliullo sir nature ot James Sutton & Co.
OAXVASSKKS WANTED.
Any person wishing to act permanently
as a local canvasser will recelvo lull and
prompt Information by applying to
Jamks tiUTTON s Co., rubllsbors.
68 Mnldon Lano Now York
FINE MILLINERY .OOD
KItKSHSl'ltINd GOODS.
JIKS. M, JACKSO N.
(t'ormorly Mrs. Swanderj.)
Minouuces'tbnt she has just opened a largo
assortment oi tun
NKWKST,
MOBT FAHUIONAHi.
AND IIANDSOMKS1
Mllllnory (loods to bo 'ouo I in tbo market
She will keep on hand
Hath, Honnkts, Flowkk, Kiihionb,
Drksa Trimmings or All Kinds,
Lathe Fiminisiiino Goons, Motions
Collahs, Undebslmves, Iturrs,
And all goods found lu millinery tores, n.
ot which will bo dlsposod ol at the lower
cash prices. Mrs. Jaokson respeitfully
asks a continuation of tbo pataonago wulcli
has boon so liberally bestsowed upon ber tv
the ladioi of Cairo and the vicinity.
WILSON
SHUTTLE -
fl SsBBsr JH JH
FA
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
SitQe Sewing Macin
THE BEST IN THEWQRLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio Stmie Fair ;
Northern iDhio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Expedition;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
.(.Ml
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR BEING
k M Seeing NlacWnes
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
COMPETITION-
EST For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Gording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or lieauy 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.
Needles 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,
'Wilson Semi Matfae Co.;
CLEVELAND. OHIO.
ri.trcK no. I.
VIVOS. NO, 3.
THENEW CIIU0M08-FK0M
LAHD S FAMOUS PAIKTISGS.
These Kiceant Chromos nre 1,t (nr thn most
oxpro-hivu pictures over given to tho pub
lie, being lull of humor and "l'lui k" to the
last extent, blze HI by Inrliet, moumea
upon uuvush uu strainers. 1 nuu fiu iu
pair. Pima orders to thu publisuer. j. r,
KVDEIt. 5M buperlor street, Cfovtland, O
ni-fXHlDm-nSw
HRrBHRHsBs
A NEW IMPROVED
ivm mm.
The "Modal for Progress..
At Vlpniia.l 18J8.
The IIIuLfst Ordor of "Meilsl Awrdd
ut tlio KxpoelUuii,
NO SKWINH MAUIHNK RECEIVED A
HIOHElt PRIZE.
A PEIV finnii lifivnvu.
.. .rulluvtlkl
1. A .SiiW Invention ihn.n.i,i. .....
and secured 1)7 Letters 1'stsm " ' u
J-Makn m rr.nvy.ee Lock 8tilch. it Ik
on ,1,0th sWui , on Ml kinds ol Soods. '
lUnlrf : . om.ooiu, Kolselns, util
pali-7 ' Un ,or ye"r" 'without ro-
jhi'm111!'10 "J1 vatltlM' Work and Faney
Stltclilns In a Superior manner. '
1 mo.ul 'J1'1 ,?anKCd by tho opera,
tor. Length of atftch may be altered wbllo
running, and machine can be threaded vrltb.
out passing thread through holes.
.tire uniform length of stitch at any ipecJd
. . -ui.JU VUUVIVIiUr. WJ1ICJ1 101
Iowa easy movement of needlo-bar and
1 ' T """""seuon most carelul ami tin
iBbcd. Ills manufactured by tho most ikUl
rui an t experienced macbanlci, at the eclo.
pnted Kkminoton Armoht, Ilxon. H. Y.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER.
LTTQRWSt COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAino, iLUNois.
Offllco Over First Xatlonal Dank. MWm
Johu II. MulVcy. AVIUlam C. Mulkcy.
MULKEY & SON,
i iOKNEYS AT LAW
,ro,I1.L8.
1. Kiit.i slrcct, between Commer
' i -n.iulnii :tvviilics. 5.14tf.
CU .tl, I
GREEW & GILBERT, s
ArroitNEis
, .Us KCO.hS AT LAW,
riii;iii II. (.'mm, . )
Willhrn II uil.'.ett, V CAIRO, IiU.
iliiisj-' ocn, J
CkT-Sl'i'. .1 ti.tintlon kIvcii to Admiralty
und Slc.uii'jciit blltilnnis.
OlUeu: Ohio I.vec, lloomi 7 and 8 ovc
. City National Hank.
Vuloan Iron Work.
CO M 51 HRUIAJi AVENUE, '
' MIRTH ITIIR,
JO IfN T. BENNLE, P'x.
FOUNDRY,
MACHINE SHOP
FORQKt) AND FirE FlTTIHO,
TEA St E ll I N I'.S, MI 1. 1.. HTKAKIIOAI
Manutacturoa ana repairea. "if
Special attention given to light and heavy
forglnir, house, bridge, railroad and Jail work
and all work of a similar cbaraeter.
Steam aud gas titling la all Its branches.
A full assortment ot Morris, Talker A C'd'i
I'hlladalpbla pipe and fittings, llrasegoodi
etc.. ami i:a fixtures alwava on band.
1'U'INO OK HOUSE FOK GAt)
UXDS Jl SriCIALTT.
Agent Tor Cameron s special steam pump
and boiler leeder. The host manufactured.
Coll'spatont ayphon pumps, and Judson's
patent go vrrnor and governor valve.
The following ouginos, etc.. for sale :
Two steamboat engines, 18 Inch bore oi
cylinder; llvo feet stroke, and in good ordsj.,
One steamboat shaft and crank; frrot Iron
One euglno for hols'tlng fralght; 71X10.
One 1(1X20 saw mill engine, with shall and
crank for muly or gang saw, second hand.
One now 7.V.12 engine; my own manufac
ture.
Also, a seond.uand stave cutting ma
chine and Jointer, and warcUouso hoisting
ruinumc, tn goou oruor.
Knglnus and machinery of all kinds b0Uht
and sold
COFFINS
AT WILCOX'S 1ILOCIC VOU D1.00
RoW. Wool & Oo
1130 UIDGE J AVENUE
PIULADELAHrA, ,PENN
Fountaliig, Vaaes, Aiilmuln. Irou Stair,
Lamp rots, Sfabln Flttlug j,
Wire Works.
OAST, WROUGHT. WIRE RAILINGS
NEW and IMItOVKl'I) OlIAIlt forthtaUM;
' Concert and lecture Halls, .
AuJ a General Assortment of Ortsa
mental Iron Work.
Kstlut4 knd de signs stntoii app Ilea t
stating IU elan ul work, ttuilu d.
:1M-IVj N!

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