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UKIBTIAN OIIMIOI1 -eighteenth itroot
hetwoon Washington and Walnut.
Trenching overy third and fourtU Sunday .
Sunday school at ') p. in.
I'mycr mooting Wednesday evening.
11 11 TKIHliLE, i'attor.
U.1.SUYTEIUAN-Klgb.th Btreot.
I'roachlus, Sabbath at 104 a.m. and 71 p.m
Prayer mootlrg, Wednesday at 7) P. m.
iabuata School, a p.m. J. M. Lansden, Bu
r. iiiitoudjiit. Bit v. 11. Tuaybu, l'astor
. I.TllomHT.-Oor. Klghth and Walnut Ht.
I'rna'jlnti,f, Sabbath at 11 n.n., and 7 p. m
V rnyor mooting, Wednesday, p.m.
Sshbilli Hch-i.il, .'I. p.m. L. W. Htlllwell,
litH'tllltondlint. Ukv. J. I.. Wali.kii,
Pa I t
Hi ll(. 11 UK THK HKUKKSIKlt-(Kfloo-
r ) 1
'.Ia...Ih 111 . m
I 111 III I , nr. OIUUDIU Hitil
Vv nln ,' prayer, 7tp.iu.
rtilislh 'khoftl, It a.m.
1 i " 1 '. m:ut, lloRtor.
I i' M.. .1 mi. i Ninth HI. and
V .unnlitUin An n .
i iilillo aurvlc, ) ,ii ! an a-.iD and 101 a.m.
iitl)bTt. l p. in.
f .iMntti School, 2 p.m.
- f Viuo every day, K a.m.
luv. 1'. .1. O'IIauamuI. I'rledt.
1'. .lOSKTll'rt CUUIlOli.-(German,) cor
nc r of Walnut and Cram streets.
Mvj, overy S&bbatu at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vc'pcrj, lip. m.
Ma. a during wook days, 8 o'clock a. in.
Kcv. U. IIokkma.v, 1'rloi.t.
K til AN LUTlil.llANOIlUHOU 18 th
slreet between Washington Avenuo and
Walnut street.
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
'aUbath School at 2 o'clock p. ni.
Hr.v, ( , Dukhbl-iinkii. l'astor.
'H'V'J MLVS .11UIHTIAN ASSoCIA.
I'Hi.N. iUicxM mooting aocoud Monday
oil uianth at their room uvor llockwou
,t i. j's bookstore, Commercial avenue
Weekly l'rayor meeting, vrmay,7i p.m. at
e loom.
I.. W. STiLLWri.f- President.
( I M l MIMillflVAlfV IIAliTIMT
UlMtCIl. Corner Kyeamoro and Forty
first htrccta. Treadling Sabbath at 11
o'click a, in. and 'J o'clock p. m.
li'liy Sibool 1 o'clock p. m.
chiiri.li In connected with tbo IllluoU
Association, t.y tha Kliut Missionary Hup
tit Church of Cairo.
Iticv. .Sorxj.MOrt l.r.u.NAhD, rsitor.
I'HU'AN SIKTllOIHST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
ervlcyo. sabbath, 11 a.m.
Hi'jbaUi School, 14 p.m.
i.e,, n. i. jr. in.
t tend b'j-jet., batwocn Walnut and Cedar.
orricet Hatbath, 1) and 3 p. in.
Kiev. N. ltlCKR. l'astor.
1. . 1111 . 'Til HI liririF f'.. -.. llrulnlll
mi l ueuar nirecu.
Mabbath Sehool, II a.m.
ItiT KltKK WILL HAl'TIBT CUUHOli
i - . . 1 1 ... -i.
vicea, Sabbath 11 i.:a., 3p.m. .t7(p.m.
ItKV. Wm. KrLLnv. l'a.tor.
Hi KT MISSIIINAKY IIAl'TIHT CHUUlMl.
Trc' hln Sabbatli, 104 a.m. and 74 p.m.
i crui elu?, 'V cdnodar eenfns.
Ticacb iik'. ) lidny uTcnLcr.
'ouaiu ai)ui, i p.m. joan vanuaxiar
nid Mary ' tephem, Bupoiintundonu.
i. iv. i. j. a mm Ea, iiiior.
Street, between Codar and Walnut. The
W.l. 1UI VIUWA.W.A lUUIIUVt.UI
only llaiilint cliurcn rccoimlzed by tho Aa-
wcialion.
Mi-rvicct), Habbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
uv v.,iicun luuuLir. tiuor.
HKUKET OHDKU3.
TUB MASONM.
'() COMMAKDE11Y, No. 13.-8tated
Ak. 'ibly at the Axylum MaonIo Hall, llrat
rd u.. 'U Mondays In each month.
i all ..i at Miotic llall, tho vecond Friday
In bir.h month.
. ..... .... . 1 . T' T ' Ml Ifx.rt.t.a f .
vocation at Maoonlo IU'.I, on the third
.Ml W) 1.0DQS, So. M7 t.ii A. M lUiju
lr jimunlcatlom tt Maonlo Hall, the
i)i"- .d nd fourth Mondavi of each inonlh.
tiik oni).K:i,f.owg.
lil.XANDKIt l.ODOK, 'i-U MeoU In Odd.
Ve'lowa' llall, In Arter'i bulldtnc. every
TuU.'kJay oTeulnc at 8 o'clock.
STATE OFFIOKIia.
tiiivernor Jcbn U. licveridije
l.lcutuuar.l-Uivuroor
Hm-rctary of State Oeorvo II. Harlow.
Au.'ltorof SUto-C. K. Llpplncott.
.-lAt Tromturer C-por Jlut.
Aii irnnv (iLiiora! .lamci K. KdHall.
supt. Tubllc iutrUctlon Sevr to'j llateman
t'ONUHI-l'jHMJi.V.
(innatori Hlchard J. OsIeby and John A.
Itonrei'Oi.tatlvo KlKUteenth Dlitrict Uacc
lamcctn.
MK'.SiHKlLS OKNLhAIj ASSKMHI.Y.
ltrnrnnentatlven In tho fiOth dlslrlct.-
nlin II. Obcrly, Wm. A. l.emraa and Math
i- .1, In-core.
Huator for tho With dlktrlct. Jcve Waro
COUNTY Or r lU.lto.
CDtCUIT COUKT.
Jud(;o I). J. Uakor, of Alozander.
vtato'a Attorney T trick il. Topo.
leik H. 8. Yocuin.
crlif A. 11. Irvln.
in. Martin Amossor and Troanurnr.
Srveyor .liihn T. llely.
COUNTV COUUT.
JUgf- K. UroM.
AioclaU J. K. Mct'rito and H. March!.
in.
IU.-L Jacob O. Lynch.
Coiner .lohn 11. Uonuwn.
Il
TATKUNIZK
lAIB CITY BINDERY,
,tr Tith street and Wanhluuton Ae
I. HUELS,
iato of Ht. l.oul,).
TT.OTItlKTOK
H00 UlNtll AND llLANK. HOOK
SUUKAOTUHKK
lll.AIIC llOCSof ovory doacnptlondone
with mtneMtd dispatch. All kinds ol
lliiiiK ono niorv Hoiiou. mui,
h atiazlon aul'orlodlcaN bomid ueataml
Iftrii.t iilhln r?ititil.
t'10 wii iiieb !i llopordH, Docket
FIT, iUIXED JT11EE.
Any nrii) Aiilrlng Irom tlio'nbovo' dll.
.no f roiVul nddri'sslrii, T
'hici:. and
trial i.oillq imlleliio will bo forwarded
Si- H-Viirnslf .'l.i
Dr. 1'rieinmimlnr plijlclau, and has
uiadn Hut titiliiiut of
u t-liidy for ain, ml ho will wanant
euro, bv tho u of I. rnmcilv.
Doiiotl'alltoH'niV) ntiii lor trial bottle
t emu notlilr4f,anilo
WHS, !lui; YOtI,
no matter of Saw longstanding your cmo
way lie, or un uiajy lino, iiiuciiich may
lmn lalieti.
t'lrculara and tcstiaiomli scnt-wllli
ntrjj waj, uoTTi.i:.
AddlVNS
IIK, C1UK. T. 1WKK,
l'liLMratloii Rleo, nullitln BnliilliiB
WualilUKinu Avouao.
DUNVAY, AUGUST 23, 1871.
"WOTHINO EXTKaOKUIjN AHY."
ICoI. Miiurt'n Army I!oiiiinlccnef,J
AMiin a (uballcru at (Jllbrnltor, tin wan
onodnyon cunrd with nnuthor ulllcor,
who uufortiiualuly full down n prvulplcu
100 leut hlh aiul wa killed. Now, my
non.uillltary rmJon thoulJ unddrttanj
Hint In tho iuard leportt tbero it it tmatl
adJoiidum, v7 "H It Mottling ultra
iwliniiry amctj (junrjinountliit;," tliu
meanini; ul whtck u that In tmu nuythlnp
patticuliira tliould iii'cnr tbtt olllcor run.
landing tha guiiril H lui'inj to munti mi
Our fi hnd bonnvor lil no hint; nuutil tie
acclJent that had occurred to nil brottiur
olllcor ; and lOino houra after tbo briadu
major camn to bit quartern, on Hid part
of tho olllcor commanding, with tliu r
(nrtin hi hand, doiniui Jinj; an explana
tion. Tho brlado tnnjor, nddrciRing
him. laid :
"You lay, air In your repcrt N. II.
Nothing i xtraordinary ilnco uarJiuoiint-
iiiC, when your brother olUcur, on duty
with you, Lai fallon down n preclplco
100 loot high and Lncn klllad."
"Woll. lr." r pi l oil Jl : "i Ulnna
think tlioro'a tatiy ililn oxtraordinary In it
Kva; if ho'd faun doon a prccipico -100
foot hii;li and nu been killed I abould ha'e
thought it vtry oxtraordinary Indocd, and
wad fauo put it doon in my roport. '
ouTn.
pointed or round chin Indicate! a
congenial love. A perion with tuch a
ohin will liavo n beau liloal, anu win not
be oally mtitdnd with real men or women.
Tho idonted chin Jtvllcatei a great ue-
alrotn bo loved; hunger and tturit for
airectbn. When largo in woman alio may
overitep tho boundt or elliquotle, and
nibko lovo to ono that pleaica tier.
A narrow iquaro rhlu Inuicatea a uoairo
to lovo; and it more common ninong
womon.
Tho broad (intra chin Iridicaloa violent
lov", or at li.ntt devoted attachment.
Tho broad round chin indicates ardent
lov-, combined with gn-at stoadlaatneia
and pormanonco ofalfection.
1 ho retreatinc chin la indicative or the
want of attachment, and but littlu ardor
in love.
Tho chin in Its lunirth and breadth, in
dicate lelf-control, aelf-wil), reiolutlon,
decitlon, idc.
Ciirnivoroua anlmala havo tho upprr
jaw projct'ng, wlille thoio of tho grami.
nivoroui naturo liavo too lower jaw prc-
jec'.ing. In man with a projecting uppir
Jaw will m found largo di.tructivonai
ana lovo or animal row ; wiin tno lowor
jaw project, then tho lovo fur vegotablo
100U.
DEMOCRATIC
Congressional Convention.
IKKillTKILSTII Jll.STI.ICT.
A Democratic Cutncntlon, lur tho purpo-i
of nominating a rundblutc lur Cnngrcua in
till i li-tli, i DUtrlct, Ulierob called to meet
ul
Axs'.t, on Tiiit.siiav, mi: 3i Day ok
Snl'TEMIUIll.lHTl. AT tl O'CLOCK I-. il.
The ratio of reprcreutatlon will bo one dele
gate lor vacli two hundred vote, and one
for each Iratmnal llfty votei, cant for Hon
(i. W. Wall for CongrcM, in lbTJ. The
countle-i In the Ditrtct will been titled to
the following representation :
Counties Votei. Delcgatca
Italidolph,
Terrv,
Williain-on,
.luekon,
l.'nlnn,
Johniin,
3Iuf.tnc,
Tope,
Tula-kl.
Ati-x.uidor,
Win,
111.
i.
i.in,
l.lin.
1 ,:trKi,
l,7el,
W,
..i,
Kl.
II.
II.
I.
1,017, r..
'I'lic Detnoeratlc Co. Committees In each
of tliccoiiutlCHnrii respectfully remitted to
call county convention-, ami appoint dele,
gntoi to represent their l otintli- in raid con
vtntlon.
Hy order of Coiigreilonal Committee,
THOMAS WIIOX, Chairman.
jTif Ne.papcra tlirougliotit tlio District
will please publMi the above call.
SCOVILXS
II
SlrTZRLTIlP.
All cuaaneoua oruptiona on tho faco or
body indicato
AX IMPURE CONDITION 01'
THE BLOOD, .
and llil inn. , or may not bo heitonJi.A; but
In either ea.o the dlr:e is nothing more
than an inbiihouh roihO.v mat
BURNS I.IKK A Ti:uitiHu: FIRE
as it courses through tho vein?, sowing beed
ol Ueain Willi every pui-auon.
ii '.hli condillou of tilings eomctbing U
needed atoileo to cluaui.u tliu liioou aim
SCOYILL'S BLOOD AND
LIVER SYRUP
will nnsltivelv cll'ect this desideratum, ex
pelling overy trace oi uiseaku irom inu mono
unit pytMCiu, mm levin mo i-hiii
SOFT, PAIR AND BEAUTIFUL
Hundreds of ccrtlllcntea nttc-t its 'value
Trlcii 11 per botllo.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN&CO
Proprietors;
8 nud I) Collco Place, New York.
ALSO PROPRIETORS OF
Hall's Hnltam for tho Lung", Carbolic Salvo
l.dily'it cariioiic 'rroeneti, uxygeu
ated Hitters fur Dyspepsia,
Dr.MottMiivorTiIlK
Dr. Kogcr'H Vegetable Worm
Kvrun. Dr. ltnuctt.s Suro Death to
Itats.'Mlec, and Yeiinln, Uuaula Hull-Dye
' ,... ii..
l.ie., r.iu, .iv.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
(i8-7-!IO-lt-w.
iSTATli OP ILLINOIS,!..
Alexander County, I
In the Circuit court, of Alexander toiiuty
iSoptcmiicr icrm, ibi.
'Tlio llowo auciiiuo Company"
vs.
.lohn H. I.owo and Amelia M. l.owc, Ms
wlfu; William Martin William K. Lane;
I iiilll WW www
Cleopatra lirown nun r.upuiuy uruwu iiei
Imnband.
Hill in Chancery to Forecloio Jlortsage
nnil tor Hell").
Kntlco in Itoroby glveu of the pendency
ol the tibnvi) entitled Milt and that tliu time,
and plaeo uf tlio relurn of nummonH In tho
cine, U the i)it day ot the noxt term of kU1
court to be holdcn at tlio court liouxo In the
city or Cairo, limtild county, ou the lint
Monday of September, 1874,
IIkuhk.xS. Yocum,
(Ihki'.n & UiuiRirr, Cleil; of aald Court.
Hnlleltnra tor (Joinplaliiaut.
ai.7-2!i-dt-w4t
Don't B y
.UNTII, YOU HATE
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
OTJXl lVHw
ANI
At wo havo l'J HOOD UCASONS why
they will do your work,
QUICKSAND EASY, :
ICIiEAP AND CLEAN.
Thoy aro cheap to buy,
Tbey aro beat to uae,
Thoy bake evenly and quickly,
Their operation ia perfect,
Thoy liavo alway a good draft,
Thoy aro niadoof the beat material,
Thoy roait porfoctly,
Thoy require I utltttlo fuel,
Tlmy aro very low priced,
The; are eaally managed,
They aro mited to all loculitlol,
Krery atove guaranted toglve
HnUifHCtlon.
00
BOM) nv
Excelsior Man'fg Co
NT. I.OUIN. MO.
AND HY
O.W. IIENDLUSO.V, Cnlro, Ills.
CV-rwI.twm.
BEAT. KSTAia IBUCI,
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
AND!
HOUSE AGENT,
UOLLKCTOHS,
VON VE Y AN (J EHS,J
NOTARIES PUBLICS
And Land Agriitanl the Illinois Central and
llurllngtoii anu .Mlsnoiin it. u. fjot.
North Cor. Sixth anil Ohio Levee,
CAIRO. ILLS.
C. WINSTON CO.
Ileal Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Ohio L'kvkk, (Second Floor,)
CAIRO, ILL.
liny and Sell T.KAI. HSTATK, Tay TAXKS
TurnUhea Ab.tmcts of Title,
tnrioind Coinmlfiiloner.
IKNUBAMOK
C. N. 'HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
OFFICE,
Ohio Levee, over Muthui k Uhl'n.
teJ-A'om: Uut jlrtt-clats ComiMiiit
tcprctental.
INSURANCE.
Established 1858.
Sallord, Morris & Camlee,
Insurance Agents,
'.') Ohio Levee, City National Bank
Building, Caiuo, Ills.
1 io oldent csUibllshcd Agency In Southe
HllnolM, rcpreentlng over
$65 000,000.00.'
IIOAT KTOItl'.B
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GltOOEIt,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer lu
BOAT STORES3
No. 7(1 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS
jfiTHpeclal attention glvon
meiits and IllUmc ordern.
to
consign
li-'i ti
SAM WILSON,
IlK.U.l-Il IN
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc,
ONTo. XXO Olilo Xiovoe
CAIRO ILLS.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
IMPORTER
Rectifier unit Wliolennln Hoalcr In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUOKS AND WINES.
NO" !. OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, .... ILLS
43.7-2-tf
Nowapapcr advertlilng 1 now recognhed,
by bualneaa mtn having faith in their own
ware,i the roost eUtctiva meant lone
curing for Ihelr goodi a wldo recojnltlnn
of their inert ti.
Newspaper advertlalng lmptli Inquiry, and
when tht article offered la of good qua.lty,
and at a fair price, the natural rtnult ia In
creased aalei.
Ncw)ier advtmrfiiK la a permanent addl
tlon to tho reputation or the goods adver-
tl-ed, because it h a permanent Influcence
alwuya at work In their lnureit.
Newtpepcradvertlriui promotaa trade, for
even the dullest ttinea advctlliera tecure
by far tbo largest ahare of what U being
dune.
Newspaper aavertlliigl the most energetic
and vigilant of salesmen; addressing thou
aanda eaob. day, always In the advertiser's
lute real, and ceateletsly at work seeking
customer! Irom all rlassea.
lllll.l I.B.ILJ JJ.V
a
!Su I'rra.n fnn Inlir llit.r ll(ilrrarriii..
Ill IO llllCOU.ill, Mill iniialll Inilg Ulllttll, prn-
tl.iril ilicir lionet are not iteiirn)eil l.jr imiik ti
pol-an or oilier Wnt, nu.l vital organs Mattel
iH inint ioliit o(rcioir.
ll,.iri.ln i,.-liiillrltoii,tte.i'lirtie, I'nln
In tliu fliuiiMvrii. Cuunlii", 'lijil.iiitMof tlic L'lir.l,
l'li.liuii. Hour r.ructalliiii ol t lie Htonucli, IIh.i
T.iMc III ll; Mouth, lllllnna AtiacVu. I'ul'llllcn
of Hie llejtt. Inn.iiiimalluii of Hie Liiiir. I'alii In
the ri'cluii of tlio KblnC), ami aliuiulrcil oilier
l-.t lufiii .iiiitiiin. aro tlio iniprlims or lijrprp.
I.i. one liutllo nUl prmc n licller Kiiarauieo ol
II. merllK tlian a IrniMlir mlierllnciucnt.
I'ur l-'rnililr Conipliiliil., In joimsor ol 1.
iiurrleil or Hunk', at tliu .lawn nf ivuniaunmnt, or
ilir Hun nf life. tlico Tnnln miters il.hj mi ilr
'i.leil uu lunueute tl.at liniu-OTeiuciit h f)6ii pcr
icl'lilii:. I'.r liinniiiuinlot'f nnil Clirnuic Itlirn
iMMIImii anil Uout, IIIIMIK. UrniitlHit ami Inter
miiiciil l et i-M. ihicjh of Hie liuxiil, Liver, Ki t
n nnil liluiiilrr, llire lilllers liae no eiiunL
mk'Ii Hiaeawa are iuuril I.y VltUtol pliant.
'I'Urt nte il urnllp I'lirunllir n Mi ll n
n 'I'nnir, w..liiz tlie muni ol iielliii; n
(OHcrriil uKCtit In ulieili; l.unK-iiiti ur In
UaiMinatlooor the Liter ami Miccrjl UrRn, and
lu unions inncatca.
(rNltlii ll.rn.e, Critrdnn' Toiler, Suit,
lihrnin, IUtchi. fut. I'linpif , I'mtnlc", IK.IU,
t jnunc:es. mnr-wonn. rrniii-iicau, ?nrn i.ti-,
i:r)flpelai, I Icli. f-curr, IH.iilnitloniiMlipfkln,
lliimnr ami l)lcac nl the M-ln of w hatever nnino
or nature, ere llti rnlly ilinr up ami i nrrlnl nut ol
the rrmeui In a ahurt time by the uc of tiicae
liiiirrr.
flrHirrul Tli.iminil. unirliilm MsrOAn
IITTr.iuthe mo.t wini.lrrMI IntlKoMtit that cm
i..iuinrii Hip aitiMno: f tfm.
It. II. nlrlAB.l) A.'. I'll
llniffct.ln ami (Irn. Acin.. sum rrnucleo. Ca.. k
cor. oi aiiinrimi ana Lnarimimia., . ,
01.l lir ALL lniUIUIIfcTH Ik UKALLlUb
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approacneu aoaoiuieiy wunoui concept1
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tres of Kurope It Is an admitted fact that
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Idly yielding to a (educated and dis
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special design; appropriate to the season,
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tractions any ol lu predecessors.
PREMIUMS FOK 1871.
Kvery subscriber to tho Alamo lor
yarl((74 will receive a pair of cliromoh
The original picture! wero palntod in oil fo
tha publishers of the Aldine. by Thorns
Moran, whoso great olorndo pictures and
purcuaseu uy congress lor ten mouanu
dollars. The subjects wero chosen to rep
resent ten thousand dollars. Tho subjects
were chosen to represent "Tho K'ast" and
"The West." One Is a low In tho White
Mountains, New llaruiwhlre ; the other
gives tho Clltl's of Orccn river, Wyoming
territory. The cliromos arc each worked
from thirty distinct platos, and are In size
1(2x101 and appcuranco exact fac-slmlles ol
the originals.
NWAluc. N. J.. Sept. 20. IH'l.
Messrs. .Tames button k io, .
Uxntlemk.v I Km delighted with the
proofs In color ot your chromo. They are
wondertuliy succosslul representations by
mechanical process of the origlnnlnalntlngs.
Very respeclfully, Tiioa, Mohan.
These chromos are In evory sense Ameri
can. Tbey aro by au orlnal American pro
cess, with material ol American manufac
ture, from dotlgus of American scenery by
an American painter, and presented to sub
scribers to tho tirst successful American
Art Journal. If no better because ol all
this, they will certainly possess an Interest
no foreign production can Inspire, and nei
ther are they any tho worse if by reason ol
peculiar facilities of production they com
the publitlient only a trifle, while, equal In
ever' respect toother cliromos that are sold
singly for doubts tbo subscription price of
the Aldlno. .
If any subscriber should Indicate a pic
ference for a tlguro subject, the publishers
will sond "Thoughts ol Homo" a new au
beatlrul chromo, 14x20 inches, representing
a little Italian exile whoso speaking eyes
betray the lomdno ol his heart.
5 per annum, In advance, with Oil Chro
mos free.
For $50 CKNTS kxtka, tho chromos,
mounted, varnished, and prepaid by mail.
The Aldine will, lierealtcr, bo obtainable
only by subscription. Thero will no be re.
duced or club rate; cash for subscriptions
must he tent to tlio publishers direct, or
banded to the local canvasner, without re.
sponstbillty to tho publishers, except In
cases where the certilicato Is given, bearing
the facluiile signature ol James Sutton & Co,
CANVASSERS WANTED.
Any person wishing to act permanently
as a local canvasser will receive lull and
prompt inlormatlon by applylmr to
J au kh Mutton & Co., Publisher.
68 Maiden Lane New York
FINE MILLINEK
FUKS1I Sl'lll.NU )()013.
M KB. M
JA0KSO N.
(Formerly Mrs. Swandors.)
announces that she ban just opened n large
assortment oi iuu
N KWE8T,
MOSTKAHHIONAil.
ANI HANHaOMJi
Millinery 0oda to bo 'otiu n inemaikfi
Sho will keep on hand
fUTS, IIOHNSITB, FLOWKlf, HlUllOH'V
Uhcso Twumihoo or All Linus,
Lahim FuBNunino Ooods, Wqtion
Collars, Undiblvx, Hturvs,
And all uooda found In millinery toi,
ol which will be disposed ot at the lowe
cash prices. Mrs. Jaokwn rospoittf.il)
asksaconUnuaUonof the paUonage wi 'ch
has been so iibeiallr besUowed upon Iter l v
the ladies ot Cairo and tho vicinity,
ATB III
WaaMwaBaBBjMBBrgijTWBi i1 w. itgaa
'WILSON-
SHUTTLE
arm.
ft-
LM
JPCD11
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
'MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
wmmm
Sill Sewing. laciina
THtBtSTlHTHEWORLD
The Highest Premium
was avarded to it at
VIENNA;
OhicSuie Fair;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. InaCitute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Expedition;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
AMI)
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR BEINC
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
COMPETITION".
83?" For Hemming, Fell
ingt Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or licaug 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 nil 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,
Mm Mul feline Co.,
CLEVELAND- OHIO.
l'LUOK MO. 3.
TIIK SEW CHKOMOS-rilOltt WIL
liAltD S FAMOUS L'AISTIKGS.
n... . - ri.HA..... ... I . ... .1... .nivaf
1UCSU .li'liuiiv WIIIUIMUa am 1U( luw in"
iNpressivo pictures ever given to the pub
ic, being lull or humor and "I'luck" to tho
.... UIA Ii! I... in, I. .nniinlMil
I'LUCK NO. 1.
UllVAIQIIkl OUUJUUI lUlllv., w.wmm.
upon canvass nun strainers, rnre ?io
pair, feud orders to tho publisher. J. r ,
UYl.KII,'.n Superior street, Clct eland, O.
U2-tH)-d2:iluwaui a
A s'rfT
A NEW IMPROVED un.it
nil mrtm.
TheuMocial.forPiogressi"
At Vlcnna,11878,'
W Ulghr-st Order oi "Medal t Awarded
at the KxpoMtlon.,'
NO MWING MACHINE RECEIVED A
HIGHER PRIZE.
A FEW (JOOIi KEAS0SS:
It A Now Invention thorontaty Sealed
nml retired by Letter I'atcnt.
ilj-Make as pbkfrot Lock Stllcb, allk
on botli sides, on all kinds o goods.
9.-lltins Light, Smooth, S6lelcs, and
ltapld best combination of mialitlea.
4. Durable Hum lor years without re
pairs.
o. Will do allvarltletol Wot k and Kanoy
Stitching in a hupenor manner.- n
il Is most calsly managed by the opera
tor Length of si Itch may be altered whllo
running, and innchlnocan bo threaded with
out passing thread through holes.
7' Design Htmple, Ingenious, Kiegant,
(ortnlng the stitch without the uae of Co'a
Wheel Gears, Ilotary Cams or Lover Arms.
Itaa tliu Autoniatln Uron Feed, which In.
surei uolfonn longth of stitch at any apered
lias our now Thread Controller, which fol
lows cfty mnvemrnt' of ncoilla-bar and
prevents injury to uireau.
t. Construction most carolul and (In
Ulu'd. It I manufactured by tho moat iklll
lul an 1 experienced machanlcs. at tho cole
brated Hkmi.noton Ahmory, Iuon, N. Y.
l'.lilintn fltlli... T7 mntn Vlri.nt
II..U.I1II
COMMKUCIAL AVENUE,
orrosrTE
I NTH JiTBTlTT.
JOHN-'T; RENNIE, P,i
MACHINE SHOP
JTOROKS AMD 1'tVS FlTTINO,
NTE AK,1L Ul KTD, M I IX. HTJa MHOA'I
ManuMCturca ana rcpairca.
tipaclal attoutlon given to light and heavy
forging, houso, brldgo. railroad and Jail work
and all work of a similar character.
Stoam and gas tlttlmr lu all it branches.
A full assortmont ot Jlorrls, Tasker .t Od'l
l'hlladolpbla plpoand rlttings. lirus goods
etc.. and oas fixtures nl wars on hand.
I'll'IKO OF HOUSE FOll OAS
MAT) IS A HrECIALTr. .
Agent for Cameron h cpeclal ttm pump
and boiler leoderV Tho best manufactured.
Coil's patent syphon pumps, aud Jlldson'i
patcntgovrrnor and governor vjlre. . i
The folloivlhg lifflneif,'olc..-fbr a!e'. J ' '
Two steamboat onrfnoy. IS. inch Loro of
cylinder; flvo feet stroko, and In good ordoi.
line bicamiinni Mian aim crana; nil iron
One ontrtno for hoUtlin; freight: 74X10.
Ono 10.V20 saw mill onmne. with snaft and
crank (or muly or gang naw, second hand.
One now 7X12 eugluo; my own manufao
ture. Also, a Keond-bami stave cuitinjr 'Vfla
chine and Jointer, and .warehouse hoisting
miehlne, In good order.
Kuglnes and machinery of all kinds bought
and sold.
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOrVSPrWAT;& SON
Vliot.aalcdlt"trp3rm
Cairo," llliuoii, and Columbus, Kentucky,
Cairo oillco at Ilulen t Wilson', corner
Twelfth street and Ohio levee.
.v - . i ,
We will run imlce wwgon throughout
casou, ilcllvorlng pun) Itko Ico in' any ,)
' tho citvatlbti loiycit market price, i
.mil .i'mruuilf h nuf'ri ends outiidd tho .
with Ico hv the cako or car load, packed
ww dust, for shipment lo any ilManci).
ft ft-20-tf
, JL4.V 13118,
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTflUN EY Si, COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
Offllco Over i'lrst National Hank. 3-15-3m
J9bn.lUMulkey.-. Vllllam U. Iiukey.
ylULKEY ' &. ,SON, ' 1
'KNUYS AT LAW
,, A y) 11.X1S. ,
... ...i-iij. i 1irr.1t, between Comuur
1 ' '.li)inniivt;niie. f.14-tf.
GILBERT,
. - '-.hS AT LAW,
,,'i.i4ii. .1 ii:oi-. . ) '
Will.. 1 . -ulf .CAIUO, ILIA"
.d.,o ! .11 t . I ' i
t I'll J
aSTSpi't'iJl nltanllftn civen to Admlraltv
aud Steamboat bm4lacs.
Ofllco: Ohio I.oveo, ltnom7 and 8 010
Cltr National IUnk.
icsiiiuiin
C'oir .nilo rit,
CUIGAUH.
The mat ttiwvntdSpcclalUi.tf. (4 'W' u
tnatmtttcrnir.iTt:, CimOVlO oiid Vil .
Vhv muH ft MtT lullcr.i.a. tr t.Uer ,to4 tllH
Ksvprs:3a.riurti:a ok vn rteC'ivtaaitixTd
locisrr, mrni'r.D siout, loss or usmoit!m
hmiiooo rtn.' r:.Tt,Y cmsn, tu catiu or
ytDICiIil.ITiATt"nC.lllulr.lvlildifU.M Mr..l.
tiiUl&l.K fcwy wrry,Sf b.l, S,, Tb l'Vdl,fe(
tv iu.riU. TL.lr lurt, cauat .ad r. f tV V) l.su,
h.i I a ,'UMhuUI (lu. 44iH :riilrUs usW4 lit,' 4
i4lr.l mlwM.DM r s4ilc Buy vlli Ulnn ISM.,.
Ib.UlI rr"tl WltU FTlf. rtlihU, SM.r4. HtlA.
ik.," cwkaUwiutv.4. uipUivii.taud.
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