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Polities for 1874,
HON. KDVARI) McPJIERSOK,
CUtS JToW p iiV rtienM ret V. S.
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Address GEO. HIS. DAWSON.
1'. O. Box 454, Washington, D.G
NEW LUMBER YARD.
COIl. SEVENTEENTH ST. AND COM
The undersigned having established u
new lumber yard in conhocllon with their
sawmill, are prepared to lurntth nil miuu u
building material, Mich as
PINE, CYPRESS, POPLAR
And Aab Floonnir. Sldlnr. Cellini;. Ac.
Special attention Is railed to our fleam
noil, wgon anu acticuiiu"' ,ui...... ...
Alliens;, wmcn m ni' -
a i.m.. .inokof rJu-m lumber on band ut
our mill, which vlll be sold m 9S to eto per
thousand in carload lots. Aio isui anu
shingle furnished in any quantity.
CIIA9. Lancastek A- Co.
Cairo, 111., August 1, 18.4. t-2-3in
T. J. KERTH,
BEERWART. ORTH & CO.,
' HOLLOW WAKE fcC-V
Manufacturer and Jobbor of
TIN, BHEET IRON and COPPER
Pumps, Bird Cages, Ice Cream Freexc
Wnter Coolers, Wire Cloth for "Whi
tlow Screcn,Japancd Ware,
Guttering and Job Work
MADK A SPECIAIsITY.
Agent (or the
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,'
Tho best Iruii Koollng lu tho Market.
Orders from Abroad will Receive Prompt
All work done uitli Dliatcli and Warran
ted to give Satisfaction.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP ALL KINDS, IIAUI) AND HOFT,
ICecji couetautly on hand
Conner !Hlh Street
and Ohio Lovcc.
WALL & ENT,
Mauufuturvrs und Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
POPLAR, OAK, CVl'UUM, ASH, OUM
A.NU COTTON WOUU, U it
DRESSED PINK, AbH AND I'Ol
LAR FLOORING, OKILNO AND
taroillce at sawmill on enrntr of Tv"ui
iy-ixtou'1 trn:t and Ohio l.eee.
To the Editor ol The I1l'i.i.i:tin; '
Khtekmuu FliIKNIi: You will plcaho In
form your reader that I have apo!t!c
CURE FOR C0NSU3IPTI0X
And all dlwirders nl the Throiit aud Lungn,
asd that,-by lu use lu my practice, 1 have
cured hundreds of ean, and will give
or a case it will not benefit. Indeed, to
trong Isiiv faith, 1 win end a (-ami-li:,
lleae show thi letter to any'tmu youmavl
rfHAW urhfi Iri ulllflinnM Ir.m L. ' I
and oblige, aitbiiuly our, '
DR. T. F. BURT,
ou William Kit, Mew York
CAIRO LO.CAL NEWS.
i Illll limit.
Bomcbodv to take fiom ui u thousand bill
heads, good piper and tlncly printed, 'for
iJ.nu to i.w.
Oco thousand statements printed at The
hvllktin omee tor iw.oo to j on.
One thousand note head, printed at TilK
1HI.leti.n oilier for $1,00; two thousand for
One thousand business card', tine lirlstol
DOant, pnntcu at tub xiullktin otneo ior
from 2.f0 to 80.00, according to site.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1874.
TO TUB DEMOCRATS. LIU
ERALS AND ALL OTHER
OPPONENTS OF THE
REPUBLICAN PARTY !
Tho Democratic Central Conimittco
of Alexander county, in pttrsuanco ol'
potver vested jit it, Tliorcby givca notice
Of the -Poinocrafs, 'Liberals ntitl all
other ' opponents of (ho ltepublican
party, will ho held
AT CAlKO,bATtUtl)AV, ATULVT 21, 1871,
for the purposo of appointing five
delegates to represent them in th
State convention to bo held at Spring
Hold, August -G, IS" I ; nine dolcgatcs
to represent them in tho .Eighteenth
congressional district convention to bo
hcldJatjAmm, Eoptembor 15, 1874,; and
delegates to roprcscnt tbnm in tbo
I'iftictb ceuatorial district convention,
to bu held at Anna, Septciubcr it, 1S74 ;
anil for the transaction of other busi-
Jon.v IIowlkv, Chairman.
Cairo, 111., August 11, 1871.
Mail subscribers' who find an X oppo-
sito their napes on tho murgalnof thoir
papor, or on tho wrapper, wlllundorstand
that it moans iibkkwai, on si;erKNsijN
that tbo tirap.for which their papnr was
paid Is out, and our tortus aro $10.00 for
tbu dally and $1.00 for tho weekly, in-
VAH1A1II.Y IN A11VANOK.
la Town. Mr. 11. K. Potior of tho
ound City Journal was in town
Hand Conokiit. Tho silvor cornet
band will giva a concort from tho stand
In Market Sqtiaro this evening.
O.s'K thousand Cblncsu parasols at
HartmanV, only twouty-llvo conts oaeh
AlisEKT. Prof. Alvord is absent on a
trip through the northorn part of tho
state Ho is oxpcclod to return in h few
Sullivan. Drugs, modiclnos, per
fumery, everything In tho lino, at T.
E. :? jMlvan'i. 1M Commercial avenuo.
No Srri.vcfs. Tho pelico ofllcers com.
plaic tbat this has boon the dullest wock
in police builnois known for a year.
ConxTt Convkntion. Tbo Alexander
County Domocratic Cuuvontion will b
bolJ at tho court hnuio in Cairo on Satur
day, Auguit 21st 1874.
HktI'bskii. Circuit Clerk Yocutn ro
amed from Dixon springe yostorday, and
will hereafter he fsund at his post in tho
circuit clerk's olllce.
MAiiriitLtiKN. Judge Marchlldon of
Tholes, was In town yesterday. Ho re
purls everything O. K. in tho uppor part
of tho countv.
Jelly Pukkskh, Something now in
tho Jolly Pross lino, at Hondorson's, 100
Commercial nvonuo. &'.'.8-8-lm
ALL luo day boarder; In tbo oily can
bo accommodated at thu St. Charles
hotel, with flrst-clats board at sooond class
ratos 7U 4.10-tf
'fur. Lkvxk. Thu lovoo was a quiet,
dull place yesterday morning, There was
very little, business trantacted during the
Glass Vevit Jam, At New York
storo for 00 cunts per doion, less than
two Cans:, Now Is tho timo to buy,
Wasiibukn. Hon. Jas. M. Washburn
of VYlllUoiion county, was in tho city on
Thursday. Mr. Washburn desires to go
to congress and would llko tho Democratic
bOHETitiNO New. Ducks Crystal
Brilliant with glass oven doors. No oe
oasion to havu burnt broad. Call and see
it at T. J. Kkktji'h. 87-O-l'J-tf
U.k tuousunu yaras two-incn gros
grain ribbon, all colors and warranted all
. . ....
silk, at ilftoon cents a yard. One-incb
sauiu ribbon, for ten cents a yard at
Hartman'e. 20 7-tlO-tf
Dull. Our dry goods merchants
complain that business in their lino is ex
trernely dull. Wo presume, howovor,
that the dry goods trado is not duller than
other brunches of business.
Tun Best. Tho general verdict Is
that T. K. Sullivan's soda water is the best
in tbe city. Try It, No. 162 Commer
cial avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
ALL persons indebted tu Wall Jc Ent
that do not make settlement before tho
16th day of Auguit will find their ac
counts in tho hands of Esquire Dross for
Collection, Wall i; Ent.
Watmmelons. Tho nlcost and
largost watermelons wo hayo jet soon this
season wero toldyostorday from a wagon
at prices ranging ft om Ave to fifteen cents,
and wero slow sate at that.
A New Dbive Well. A now drlvo
wol I is belog sunk on Washington avo
nuo in front of tho rourt houto. Mr.
Blako haa tho contract for putting
down tbo well.
Cockti' Court. County court, Judgo
Hroii presiding, will convooo on noxt
Monday morning for tho transaction of
criminal business. W understand llioro
aro a number of criminals in the county
Jail awaiting trial.
Tub Contkhtiok. Tbu Jail for a
dnmocratlc convention for the Eighteenth
Congressional district, to beheld at Anna,
Union county, on tho third day of Sspt
ember will bo iound on the socond page
of to-day's HrjM.RTiN.
REgiaxsD. At the meeting of tho
council yeitcrday offlcor Henry Martin
tendered bin resignation as a mumbsr
ot tho pollco forco. The resignation
was referred to tbo committee on polio
Onic Mouk. Mr. J. C. Lalluo Is the
lucky man. A stranger of ten pounds
was loft at his house on Tuesday morning.
Tho tiamo has not ynl beon chosen but it
will bo Tom or "Walter. It la not nscei-
fir to ny Hint a" lntoritod're happy.
Kin.HAt't'Ki). On tho night of th 11th
Init., my little ward, a beautiful little
girl about ton year of ago. It in sup
posed that sho was earrlod to Fika oounty
In this State. Any porion returning her
to mo will be suitably rewarded.
C9.8-lti.lt Du. D. Artcr.
Personal. Mr. Wra. ITarrell Uft
Calra night before last, charged with the
care of littlo Mist Mary Cornwall, who,
after a proctracod stay with Dr. Artar's
family, has returned to. hor homo and
friends In Piko county.
GohK Home. Ben. 6. Jonos, of the
Metropolis Journal; Mr. Clannaban, of
tho samo placo, und Jack Alden of th
Johnson County Journal, all of whom
came down to Cairo after the Mound
City convention on Thursday, left town
for home yosterday morning.
Not Dead. Wo understand that
tho statemont that Mr. Nenli
of Dallied county, Kentucky, was
killod in a dlUlcully with another man on
Wednesday evening, which was reported
in The Bulletin ol Thursday morning,
it incorroct. He was shot but his wounds
are but slight and ho will be alio to be
about again in a few days.
A Sack TiitEr. Albert Newman, a
colorod boy, was arrested yesterday morn
lug for stealing a lot of gunnlo sacks from
Carl's livery stable. Newman was taken
bofaro Judge Dross fur a hearing, and
held to bail in the rum cf three hundrod
dollars to answer at the noxt term of the
county court. Palling to glv security ho
was sont to th oounty JaU.
CotfTltACTK AWARDEb. A special
meeting of tbo city council was held
yesterday afternoon for tho purpose of
awarding contracts for ropalrlng and con
structing sldowalks, and for furnishing a
certain amount of stona sewer pipe. Th
contract for furnishing th piping was
awarded to Mr. B. Walters, and for re
pairing and constructing sidewalks to Mr.
Henry Bryant. No other business of im
portance whs transacted.
Shot. All day Thursday a large gray
dog lay undor tho sidewalk on Washing
ton avenue, near Fifth street, whining as
if in great pain. Toward evoning Mr.
Joe Dross took up a plank in the walk,
thought hu was mad; it was deemed
advisable in order to prevent the possi
bility of hit doing barm toput au nd to
hU existence, and h was accordingly shot
Tiik Dedication. -The dedication cf the
Gorman Lutheran ehurch will tako place
to-morrow. As is well-known extensive
repairs havo just been made on this
church, a new and splendid organ put up,
and tho entire house handsomely carpetea
Without, tho church, though small, is now
ohw of th naatest and cosiest ia the city.
The public are cordially invited to attsnd
tho dodicatory services.
Sin is very mucn tno offspring ol phys
ical ill-hoalth and feeblo stomachs. Dur
ing one-third of our tlmo tho processes of
digostions must go on in our bodies, and
if tho stomach and bowels aro not woll
nothing Is woll. To be dyspoptlc is th
foundation of fevers and diseases of tbe
blood, liver, skin and kidneys. Dyspep
sia invarsably yealds to th virtues of the
vogotttble Ingredients contained that great
purifier of tho blood and restorer of health;
Dr. Walker's Calivohnia Vineoaii
Toiiacco Sale Yesterday. Th sales
of tobacco yestsrdsy at the Planter's
Warohouso comprised forty-five bogs-
beads of various grades. Tbor was an
unusually largo number of purcbasurs at
tbo sales, and all the offerings were taken
at geoa prices. Common lugs sold ut
from JO. 'J 5 to $9.1)5; medium lof from
10 to $10 05, and good leaf at from $11. IS
to t l'.'.iO. Nearly all tho tobacco sold
was of Kentucky growing. Thare is
very little If any Illinois tobaco yet to
come in, nearly all ef it having beon sold
early in tbe season,
Washington IIakkhv. ilr. Joseph
Koncker has taken charge of this wull
known establishment, and will, on and
alter to-dar, bo ablo to supply the
publiu wllh cboico broad, including
Boston, Brown and Graham bread, bosldos
cakes and confectlonarlos of every de
scription. Being an experienced and
skilful baker, Mr. Roneker will not fail to
satisfy all who patronUo him. 140
Washington avenuo. 3H-7-2-lm
Dit. Williams, Dentist may bo found
In his olllco at any tlmo extracts teeth At
all hours day ur night. OQicu at 140
Commercial avenue, letwteo 6th and 01b
street. 46-8-1-lm J
TUKGKNTLK OEKOULP TO THE
UK EXPLAINS THE OAS DIFFI
CULTY. Cairo, III., Aug. 13th, 1874.
Editor Bulletin; An attlclo op
poared In yostordey's Bulletin which
doos tho Cairo City Gas company great
A vreat doal has bean said of late in re
gard to lighting the stroot lamps; but, up
to tho nresoot. I have remained silent.
Tho artldo In yesterday's Bulletin, how
evor. contains sevoral mlstatemonts; and
as superintendent of tbo company I feel
bound to contradict somo ol them. Tbo
artlclo statod that tbu gas company
"jumpod to th conclusion that" they must
have more of thu non-Interest baaring
scrip than of th Interest-bearing scrip as
horetoforo. Now this Is a mistake. The
Cairo City Gas company do not ask any
more than ro:elvod last year ; In fact, our
new proposition Is considerable lower than
tho otd contract, as any candid clllzon
will confoss when he knows the facts.
Under th old contract, the gas com
nany recelvod $3.50 por post per month
for tho street lamps in intarost-bsaring
serlp. The scrip received for th year
mounts to some $3,600. Tho interest on
th same amounts to $360.00 por annum
That makes tbe receipts under ths old
contract aqual to about J 1,000, tho gas
company making ordinary repairs on tbo
posts and lanterns.
The gas company now oners to light
tbo olty for the cum of $3.00 par post per
month, in non-Interest boarlng scrip,
which will amount to About $3,000 pr
Annum, against f 4,000 last year. Under
tbo new proposition, howovor, tho city to
mako all repairs to lamps, which will cost
160.00 por annum. Now should the
city accept tho gas company's oQer, the
city will bo at least $300.00 por year bet
ter ou than under tho old contract.
1 mako these statements to lot tbe pub
He know tho facts, and that Instoad of tho
gas company demanding more, they ask
much las than was paid under th eld con
tract. From tho arllcU in Tiik Bullk
tin tho public would suppose tbe gas
company charged mora undr tho proson
proposition than under tho old contract
which, as I have explained, is much less
The gas company offers tho city gas at
its cost. They do not wish or Intend to
make money furnishing gas for streot
lamps. Th stroet lamps aro lighted for
the Vouollt ot cvory citizn. Yiowlng it
in that light, the president and directors
ot the company requested me in making
my proposition for lighting streot lamps
to mako It An low as I could, only askin
that I mako It so that they could receive
a new dollar for an old one. Can an
candid person a'sk anything better 7 or
can any nerson or corporation bo ex-
poctod to furnish their product at a lowsr
figure '! H. T. Gekould,
Supt. Cairo City Gas Co.
Eiilerb to His Patrons, and the
Genkhal PutiLic, Okeetino. I very
rospoctfully solicit u continuanco of the
favors of my patrons and invito th pat
ronage of tho public, but 1 wish old
patrons and translont patrons todistinctly
understand that 1 work for money and
not becauso of a philanthropic desire to
shoo and boot my ftfllow men without
money and without price, and that, thero
fore, if any old patron or new patron,
desiring shoos or boots, has not tho pecu
niary ability to pay for tho work ordered
when done, ho is requisted to pass on to
samo other shoemaker. I want no old
patrons i:r new patrons who will not pay
Tboso who ara willing to pay will And it
to their intorelt to patronize me, becaut
I keep on band the lfit of stock, do the
bust of work, givtt tbe lest of tits and
work for thu lowest of prices,
Twentieth Streot, Votween Poplar and
Steam and Gas Fittinci. Nawland
& Itennio havo entered into a co-partner
ship, and have oponod a shop on Commer
cil avonuo, noxt door to Ferry Power's,
livery stable. They are now ready to do
all kinds of Steam and Gas Fitting,
Drive-Well Work and Plumbing. Special
attention paid to repairing pumps. They
solicit a share of public patronage, and
guarantoe their work to b wall done.
Delta Ciuahs. Mr. T. E. Sullivan,
druggist, 112 Commercial avenuo, has
something nw in the way of cigars. He
is now selling abraud of his own called
tho Delta, put up in handsome packages,
made of tbe vory bust tobacco, and sold
for rive cents each. Those who smoke
them will agree with us in saying that
they are far superior to most of the tun
cont cigars sold In this market. Try tbo
Delta cigsr. i-H-lm
The Daroor snop is ou no corner ol
Eighth streot and Commercial avenuo
where J. George Sttonhouso with bis gon
tlemanly assistant can be found at any
hour of the day or night, roadv to soothe
your feelings with a smooth abavo, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It Is a first-class shop, and you are
suro of receiving llrst-olass troattnont.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
f terthe most approval I 8-16.1
Phivatk Doardino. Mrs. J. W. Oar.
mlchaol having taken th largo bouse at
the corner of Sixth streot and Washing
ton avenue, Is propared to
furnish private boarding to a
limited number of lthr ladiM and gon
tlomn, or to gentlemen and their wive.
Th homo Is very pleasantly located and
convenlint to tbe lusintas part ot theclty.
Tbe rooms are Hrg, airy And well
lighted. For further tntormatlon inquire
at the house.
Fink Gun. Breech loader, Robound
Ing Locks, Laminated Stool Barrels with
latest Improvements. On exhibition and
for sale, at IWnry's Hardware Store-
corner Ooinuwclal vnu and Eighth
Tiik largost nnd bosl-soloctcd stock
of FURNITURE for (alo at wholosalo
and rotall by HENRY KIOHIIOFF, No,
11C, Commercial avenue, opposite Sovonth
Oaks I Cans! Cans I Quarts, ono dol
lar nor dozen i half i-allonf. ono flltv
per dozen j mado of host material and
grooved seams; at Henderson's, 100 Com
mercial avonuo. 62-8-8-lm
For Sale. WO aotnu ono quart trult
cant at $1 per dozen ; half gallon cans at
$1 60 por dozon, all of good tin with
grooved seams, manufactured nnd for salo
by A. Hallny, 1C8 Washington avenuo,
near Tenth streot. 8'2-7-17-lm
HnnoTer Colleege, nnovr, Indiana
Next term begin September Otti, 1874
Two lull courses, tlaislcal and sctcntlilc,
with prcpstory department, Full faculty
Ttiltlun tree. Boarding as low as ehewliore.
t or Information or ratalogues apply to Itcv
(1,1. HKCKMAN, I). 1). I're-ldent.
Many who aro sutloring from tho effects
ot tho warm weather and are dobllitated
aro advised by physicians to take modor
ato amounts of whisky two or three
times during tbe day. In a littlo wbllo
thoto who adopt this advico frequently in
crease the number of "drinks," and in
tlmo lecomo confirmed Inebriates. A
bevorago that will not croato thirst for In
tozicatlng liquors, and which Is intended
especially (or ths bonellt of dolllltatod
persons, wbolhor at homo or abroad, is Dr.
Scbonck's Soa Weed Tonic. Containing
tbw julcos of many modiclnal herbs, this
preparation uoos not create an
appettto for tho Intoxicating cup.
Tho nourishing and tho life'
supporting properties of many valuabl
natural productions contained in it and
well-known to medical men, havo a most
strengthening intluenco. A single bottle
of tbo Tonic will domonslrato its value
ablo qualities. For debility arising from
sicknes', overexertion or any catiso what
evor, a wine glaiMul of Sua Weed Tonic
taken after mools will strengthen th
stomach and create an appetite for wbolo
soma food. To alt who aru about leaving
their homes, wo desire to say that the ox
collent eQ'ects of Dr.Schenck'e seasonable
remedios, boa Weed Tonic and Mandrak
Pills, aro particularly ovidont when take
by thoso who are injuriously atlectod by
A chango of water and diet. No porso
should lcavo home without taking a sup
ply of tlieio safeguards along For ealo
by all druggists.
OlIOAN DUILIiINO ESTAIILISMENT.
Wo take pleasure in stating that we havo
in Cairo an establshinenl which fow cities
of its size can boast of. Mr. Max
Kuehno, corner of Tbirtoenlh and Wal
nut streets, has just completed a church
organ for the German Lutheran church
on Thirteenth streot, which is pronounced,
by parties that understand organ music,
a grand success. Mr. Kuebno is
an organ builder by trade, and
has served an apprenticeship ot seven
years with ono of the best organ builders
in Europe. He Intends to devote all his
tlm to orean building and melodion
piano tuning. Tho people ot Cairo havo so
often been disappointed by parties coming
hero and claiming to b competent men
in tuning and repairing, that Mr.
Kuohno did notdaro to ask tbo patron
age of tbo pooplo boforo ho could give
proof of what ho could do. All roferenco
be gives is the organ built by him for the
German Lutheran church, and any parties
interested will alter using and hearing
tho above namod organ, feel satisfied that
they cannot trust tbelr instru
ments to bVtter bands than bis.
Ho now witbos to solicit tho patronago of
tho citizens of Cairo, and they can rrst
assured that ho will givo satisfaction in
every particular. Terms liberal.
Bristol & Stilwell
F amily Grocers
thing pertaining to tho
tino oi .-Maple a
Jtid haticy Groceries,
Woodenware, Vegetables, Fruits, Ac,
Fruit Jars Just received:
The Queen Mason's Force
lain Lined top. Latest Im
proved jelly Glasses.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
THE CAIRO CITY
Are propared to supply customers!
with the rtott
LE.m: OltDKllH AT j
SSrilalllday Dro.V olllce, No. 70
JT-ir At Egyptian 3lill;or
t7f"At thu i-oal dump, foot ol
Suciil Mmmi to Lir;: Cossumera
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
It. W. MILMUt, 1'rcMdont, ?
J. M. miM.II'.S, Vlio President,
CIIAS. CUNNINtiHA.M, Ca-hlor.
COLLECTIONS PROMI'TLY MADE
EXCHANC E, coin, bank Hilton id United
States M'curities bouglit and sold.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IIAL1.II.AY. I're-lili lil;
HENRY L. HAD, IDA Y, Vice- 1'reMdest.
A. It. SAKI'OItl), Ca-hler;
WAl.TKIt IIY.SI.Ol', AUtuiitCa-hii-r.
Staats Tayloii, it. H. r;u.MNiiiiA.w
ft. I.. HAl.t.lllAV, W. J'. II Al.l.lllA V.
Q. I). Wll.LIAMXI.N, STIlr-HK.N ItlllP,
A. It. Sakfoud
Exchange, Coin niul United . States
Iionils Bought ituil Niiu.
DEPOSITS rei clv(il;aiiil a general banking
KNTKKI'KISK SAVINGS HA NIC
t'HAKTDREU MARCH ill, LSI!'.).
CITY NATIONAL DAN K,. OA 1 110.
A. II. SAFKOHD, I'n-lileiit ;
8. S. TAYI.Olt, Vl. i-1're.iilent:
II. HY.Sl.Ol', fcecretary ami Treasurer,
1. M. IlAItCLAY, ( HAS. (Ul.lRIIKIi,
V. M. STOCKKLETIt, 1'AIIL (. .-ClltMI.
It. II. CUN.NI.NIIIIAM. II. I,. 1IAI.I.1DA1,
J. M. rilll.l.lf.l.
INTi:itHT nalil nn tletio-iUx at the rate
ol six per cent, per annum. .March lUnif
September lt. Intercut not wlllulrnwn Is
itilpil imiiii'illnlelv to the nrliullial ol' the
deposit-, thtab giving them cuinpouiirt
MAKRIKI) WOMEN AND C'ltlLDHKN MAY
DKI'OBIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DRAW IT.
Onrn cvrrv IjiisIiipsi dav from 0 a. 111. to 3
p.m., ami .latu.day evenings lor savings lc-
lio-lt.i oiuv, iroiiiiiion o eioci..
W. JIYsLor. Ttx-amirer,
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Kettiller niul Wholcsalo Healer in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS AND WINES.
NO til, OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, .... ILLS
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P t2 30 ga
in iiiiii m
All cuiancous oruptlons on tho faro ft
AN IML'UHK CONDITION OF
ami till' may, ur may not lie si li"t ' i l-t
III t'liui'i' cai tliu (M-i iiM h noiuin iiiuiu
tliall nil iNrMlllol' 1'OMoS I!i:u
lintN.H MKI! A TDimilli.i: I'lltl.
as it ourc tlirniili the fln. owln -I'
ol ileatli lili eM-ry pul 'itlnn
in 'In- i .iiiilition ill lliiiK' unmc'.ir 14
tii'i-ileil ut uui'o to lo.mie the li ( I
will pndllvrly rHVrt Ilii ld ni in v
pellliig ever) ttneo nf dl-i-an Inm li-
ami system, and leaving tin i. u
.SOl'T, FA IK AND KHAl TfFl
Hundred of ri rtltlcate- am t n tatu
l'rlco tl per ti'.thc.
JOHN F. IIHNKY,n:KKAX.v(" ,
S and 'J College I'Jact, Now ..h.
ALSO I'KOIMUKTOl! Oi
llall' llilsam for tin- I.uwg-. n''' iv:
KUU)'i Lnrliiillu Tro-lit-. '
ttteil Ititler fur Hsn p-i
Dr. KogerV t-gelali -' U -r
.jnip, Dr. llciiin-tl.K Mil I'i '
Itatf.'Mii'e, and Veimiii, l!u 1 Hi li,
Etc. EU1.. 1 -
FOH SAL I! HY
ALL DKl 'iC ITo.
Prosiiccliis Tor 1871 t LVE.N'I II VI Alt
An Illustrated Monthly .lotirna . 'It. , j
udmlttoil to bu the hands'inictl i""l I.
leal In thu World. A r-pr'-i' nt.il-viand
champion of American t is r
N4T ron Salk in Aook ai ews f toue
The Aldlnc, while l-siicd v.llh o.i t' n
tllarity, ha-i none of tbe teii.j orarv or i me
ly Interest i haraeterlstle ot or hi ar i s -oilleals.
HI' an tilegnntinlx'U. ii.i .l I :.ie
light ami grueuliil Itteraturo . an 1 a n...n
Hon ol pictures, thu raitt inn n ol i
tlstlc skill. In Murk ami vvh.' A.tlioi. n
uaeli suei einlliig number al! j - a lie-
Ctesiup? to Iti friends, Hie nil u .:: ai n
eatity of Vlio Al-llnc will tie t., t ; ,-.r
Ueil alter It lift- lieen Iioiiim up ai i .e t. .
olthejosr. White other p' a'i.n n ay
Claim slllicrior ueainess, an . jiiii arcu 'ii
rival ol a similar Wam, tlifl Alt' lit i u i
ique anil original concepllm. 1 ! '
upproathi-d utiolutoly withu j' t. -In
price or character.
ART DEPARTMENT. 1 "I ZZZ
The tllutratloni of the Ai'l'r.-- tavo
a world-wide reputation, and in th lti .u
ires ol Europe It Is an a Im'ttr I li t i' at
1H wooil cuts ate examples oi iiiu n j -i
perlectlon ever atulned. The romi.iin
irejililiro in tavoru' -nvi Qr, nrii
dlv yielding to a eiliiuticd ami ill.-
enminatmg taste which rci-ogii. i the al-
vanligcsmo anvantageoi supcritr an s'u
quality Willi greater facility of prml ,.-tkii).
Tim iiirirtcrly tinted plati lor It I wMltit
!i TIhm. Moran and il- D- Woodward.
The Christmas tSsuo lor JsTt w,ll l otitaln
special ite-lHH" npjiropilate to t! stn-i-i,
by our bet ilrtNts, ami wi'l s n k, o at
tractiom auy dl It. prcdccc-ors.
PREMIUMS FOR IH-J
EYcrv subscriber to ttie AiJ O" ' til
year Im'71 will rciene a pa.i ,r inua
Thu ongiual pictures wi n i a li' 'I n i In
the puliii-bers of the Al '.lnc. y Tliuiua
Moral), whoso great olura'lo i .ri an l
purchased by congre.s for tin tnoaaiiil
dollars. Tho subject w ri ho , t p
resent ten thoiiraiid dollar-. TU" s , t.i
were cho-en to represent "The I ast an i
"Tho West." One U a view in t. c White
Mountain., Now llamps rc .o otnur
gives the Cllll.1 of dreen m r, Mi i ai;
territory. The idiromiH aie a. t tvurked
trom thirty distinct jilates, a , ai. ,n s,;o
lf-xlo'l aud appuaranoe cx-it fa.-' .miles ol
NWAltK, N. s i- "Tj.
Jlcssrs. James suttun tz v
UENTLr.MKN I am di li. Mel with the
proof In color ol your chr.,n, I ne aru
wondetlully successful ripn u a lis (y
mechanical process of the on it.,, aintir ,
Very respcrlfully. Tllos. JloliAN
These ehromos aro fn every seit?o Ainin
can. They aro by an urfnal Amen, an pro
ces, with material of Amei.-ao mamilai
ture, from de-Igm of Amirtian s encrj thy
an American painter, und prtacmr to s b
serlbers to tho first sip n.ifm Aiiitri an
Art Journal. It no better tei e of all
this, they will certainly pus ts an tuicrest
no foreign production can inspire und nei
ther aro they any tho worse If ! reasi n nt
peculiar facilities of pro-iurtnn tiiey cvl
tho publishers only a triile, win . i , .ji n
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will send ''Thoughts oi ll iui " a ikw an
beatlful cbromo, ll.20 In. 1 n present. ng
a littlo Italian exllo wln -o spi-ahai eje
betray the lousing' "I b' heart
$D per annum, In advance, wit'j Oi, thro.
For 550 cknts KX'liiA, tlx) itir-'inos,
mounted, varnlsbud. and prepaid hy imul
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handed to the local canvasser, v ilioi.t re.
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prompt Information by applying to
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LuiiipiPosis, Slalilc fitting i,
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and I.MROVEPDCllAIRIoi tliLatres,
Conceit and Lecture llalln,
a General Assortment ni Onic
tnentnl Iron Work.
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