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0210 fOSTOFFICl.
Ornra HovB Fmn 7:30 a.m. to 0:30
p..iHiMrtr frf """ " Money
Order MOium. to 0:00 p.m.
ClOMt
Arrlm.
A.M.
r.u
ijo
illlaoU Central R K
... - Dally,
Ml. Central R n
1:00
3.00
5:00
1:00
S:06
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10. 3D
10:00
- . oelly.
Cairo Vlacennes
KR-Delly.
Cairo, Atumsas
Texas R R Dally,
Ohio Rlrsr Rout
Dally e't Monday
MIm. Rim Boat
Up, Sun. Tu. m
l)Sirn,Tu.Thu.St
Thebes Route
Friday A Saturday
:00
6:00
Q, W. McKaio, P. M.
MAILKOAIsN.
T. L0UIS,IR0If MOUNTAIN
SOUTHERN B. R.
EurtaileaTrs Cairo dally 2:00 p. m.
Kxprtat arrlrci at Cairo dally S:ln. m.
Acoammodatlon leaves Cairo tltlly 2: a. in.
Accommodation arrives dally (except
Sunday) .., 1 1 :) a , in .
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. B.
TKA11SS LATB CAIRO
.U:t. m Dully
s.cop.m '.'
4:03 a. ra-KXH-nt Sunday,
-lira a. m... ' "
..... 4:30p ra. " "
a. in... " "
arritb at CAino
.. 3:ooa m .... Dully.
........... tf:30 n. in...KiwDt Surotay.
Mall at
KtOIMI "at.
Frslxht at.,
frtliht at...
rrUht at..
Fnifht at..
Mall at.......
Iniw t
trmjrns ai
IMirhtat.
rnlfHt a,
rrtlgtit ai
8:45 a. m. " Monday,
.. flrUn. m... " Sunday,
-.,. W.-Ols, m... " Sunday,
--...-ll.-CSp. m " "
JAKSS JOHNSOK. Asrent.
CAIRO ft ST. LOUIS R. R.
TH.B
SHORTEST SHORT
LINE
TO
MT. liOTTIS t
"We Hare Oomo to Stay!"
rpilB trains of this company connect nt St.
X Louis and KastM. 1-oiii-, Willi nil oilier
lines to the Morlh. Inai mill Wrl.
TIM StIIKDL'I.i: I
lan' Cairo... -
ArrlTe atSt. Louis
,.10. IS u. in.
... I..Mp,UI.
t,eaTe East St Louis - i:M.iii.
Arrive at Cairo...... 4:iop.ni.
J. L. HINCKLEY, Ucncral Siiierlnteudeiit.
J. A, WE.VTZ. General I'sssciurer Agent.
JOHN roCtillT. Agent.
C&IRO ft VINCENNES R. R.
HITWaiX
OAIBO. BVANSVUiLii, INDIAN
AFOLIS. CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
rOPlTIIN HOURS EACH WAY,
AND AM. BAYUOlIt RUNS.
Suaaifl Ttiougl Witkl Chinge l
IXDIAXArOLlY ASD CIKCIUJIATl xrn8.
Leaves Cairo : a. in
Arrlvaa at Carml
.. b:.Vt
..11 :
Arrives at Vlnoennea
TIA IT. LOCH AMD (Ol'TIIKASTKIUS HAILHOAO,
Arrives at Evansvllle 4:18 p.m.
VIA WDIAJUrOUS -AMD VIKCXN.Vr" RAILROAD.
ArTlrea at Indianapolis - 4:30 p. m.
via oaio axd Miisisiirri hailkoad.
Arrives at Norta Vernon
Arrive at Cincinnati.
Arrlvttat Louisville
3:43 p.m.
9;O0
7:IS "
CAino ixrmss .
Leaves Indianapolis 8:30 a m,
Leaves Cincinnati - 0:' "
Leaves Louisville... - 7:0 "
Arrives at Vlncennes - 2:00 p.m.
Leaves Vlncennes .... . S "
Leaves Evansvllle ll:u a.m.
Arrives at Carml - -. SilM p.m.
Arrives at Cairo M " ,
Hallux close connections to and from all
points East and North, at Indianapolis and Cin
cinnati, and to and from all points South and
West of Cairo by rail and river.
MOC3D CITY ACCOMMODATION.
The Mound City Accommodation runs Wed
nesday and Saturday.
Leaves Cairo 12 M and 5 :00 p m.
Leaves Mound City 1 : 15 and 5:30 p. m.
X. 8. OOOORIOH, H. Ii. MOBRILL.
(Jen Ticket As't. Uencral bup't
ror Information relative to rates and con
nections, apply to
JAMES IIIUUS.
Ticket Agent.
HTEAH BOATS.
EvantvlUe, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
..FOB--
Paducah, Hhawneotown, Evans
Tille, LoiUiviUo.Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The unrivalled side-wheel steamer
IDLE WILD,
D. 0. Fowxih Mtcr.
to. It. Thomas.........-.. ...Clerk.
Will leave KvansvlUa forCnlroevtry MO.N1MY
aadTUUKSIJAY at 4 o'clock p. lu.
Leaves Cairo every TUESDAY and Fill DAY, at
e o'clock p. in..
The eleisnt side-vrhcel steamer
ARKANSAS BELLE,
Has HowmD...... - ........Mailer.
Walths B. l'asaixoTOK..... Clerk.
Will leave Kvanavllle for Cairo nvery TUK.
DAY and FltlDAY at 4 o'clock p. in
Till leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY ami SAT-
UlUiAY at 0 o'clock p.m.
The ilrnnt side-wheel steamer
FAT. CLEBURNE,
Jons Ooir. Muter
Mat. WlIXIAm-..-. . . Clerk
Ueatea Kvsnsville for Cairn every WEDNhh
DAY and fiATUUADY al S p. in
Uarts Cairo every T11UUSDAY and .SUNDAY
ateo. m.
Keen Voat makes close eonuectlons at Cairo
VSlth ant-ctsss sbamersfnr M. IahiI., Mein
lihlsanilNen Orleans, and at Evansvllle with
the E. A C. It. It fr.r all imllila Vf.rtT. mil ky.l
and With the lj.iil.iiiu ii.il Kitir..r. f....i
IwlnUonthe Umr Ohio, Klvlnx throiiKh re
aelDU on freighU wl puueiiKeri to all joiuta
IIFor furtlier Inforiruittnn ai.i.ly to
S0L,iA;AvbKrA:t,;,
J. M. J'HlLIJl'b, i Agents.
Or to U J. UKAMMKIl,
Superlntendtnt and Gsneral Freight Aint.
lv-S-'lsr. Kvaatt lll ln4una.
PHYNICIANN.
AX X. BlflTB, M. S.
XEIIDKMCE: o. tl Thirteenth street, be
iwseo. rTashlniton avenue and Walnut street.
OrriCClMorui tide or Eblhtfa street be
i toramercin and Washiacton avenue
OtonCKr Comer Mutb and Walnu
- - SJITICE: Comer llxth stmt and Oklolcvee.
sTTICB BOUBSi rrona.m, Urn,, an,
PARAGRAPHS.
Curiously enough, both Jell' Davis
and U. S. Grant have recently ordered
n bill of shoes from the sntno firm nt Scr
Haven.
Twenty-two thousand eight hundred
and sixty-three dollars were the receipts
of thel'alaeo hotel, San Francisco, for
one day.
A stump speaker, In dealing with
the "modern physical degeneracy of wo
men," exclaimed, "Wo must take good
care of our grandmothers, 0r wc shall
never get nny more!"
Colonel Houston, descendant of old
Sam Houston ot Texas, protests agalu't
the erection of a monument to his anccs
tor by means of a lottery scheme, ns ha
been proposed.
A SPECIALTY.
Tlie Ili'LLr.n.x priiitint
establishment makes
spcclsltr of Hill Heads,
Note Heads, Letter Heads
Statements, (.'.nils, Etc. f.oukat tliete prices
hmnll sue bill brads, per lo:o...... 1 1 w
Medium slc hill hcwls, per thousand 3
All on fourteen pound paiicr, Carlisle mills,
rulcil tiro cents per pound higher than paper
used by any other oOlro mleil to order at the
mills cieclnlly for this ofllrc.
Statements, Cnilyi-lc, peril"1" ti Cl
letter 1 lead s, Carlysle, per IM 4 Sfl
Note Heads, Carlyslr, iir liOo ...... 3 00
Vbltlnficnnls cr .icluj;c "3c
lliislncs cards, No. I 3-ply HrlMol lionnl.
per 1000 ...! .'.i tn
Iliisiuces cards, No 1 blank, ikt llsl 3 (W
WUitler-shect, hair sheet, lllll-diiTl unit three
shtt't iwsters, and colored work below M Wiis
prices.
1'ninphlet, Ilnuk Work mid Price Mils made
a siKH-laltr.
BOBBINS'
COMMERCIAL AVE..
CAIRO ILL
Kahos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wide Reputation.
Acknowledged by all Rood Musicians to be the
dcsi 1'iano now maue.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sold over 400 during
twelro yean past, becoming more :ind more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
Splendid tone, i'ower and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very flno Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental as writ an vocal music.
A LL THE ABOVE AUK OFKEIIED ON
jKL Easy Monthly Payment!, at low Ilgurcs
regarmesB oi i.im rnccs.
In great variety, including all the new
and popular music ot tho day.
Orders from tho Country
promptly filled and sent
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS!
TAMBORINES
FRENCH IIAItPS, KTC, ETC.
f
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
BTBIHOB FOR VIOLINS, OUITABS, ETC
Of the Ilckt Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for l'lano or Voice.
lt7KV(rv dcscrlntlon nf Miulil Mr.
chandlso funiitbed to order, promptly and
v puces mwer man ever onereu before.
UK.NCV ALSO Or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Trice
..mi ui lui-re uvauinui groupes.
All Oooii Warranted as KeprMsnted
Address,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo. Illinoin.
flTTU -m
rstssusrifSl A n . fa tu.s... a. ' '
m sws-sw B ww. on ifm vwisj pi VBirCKVa
Barclay Bro s.,
Wholerole Druggists
ll.lHll VA1WU' lUla-
The Hltthoat Market Price Paid for
SHIPPING
FURS
.L.&W.N.MILLS,Exportcrs
mPrsMikliriltlretl, UIIIAUO.
HUH WLm
112
uii bls aa v v v v w smimiuts
er Public inlereet.
Kor thirty years tlicro lias been no Im
provement In the composition of porous
plaster. The recent tllocovery of Cap
cine and Its rutdUlon to nn Improveil po
rous plaster Um Introduced to the con
sumers and the piiblle, nn article of pro
ores?, 'flie objection to tho ordinary nr
tlclo Is 1 1 slow notion, ltcnson's Ciipclnc
l'orous I'Inster overcomes this great ob
jection by I'llcotlng In a few hours whnt
the ordlnnry porous plaster ncconipllshes
lit dnys and weeks ot continuous wear.
ltcnson's Capelnc Porous I'lnJters nre
preferred to all others on tho following
grounds:
First their eoinpoltlon Is ol nn Im
proved nature and combined
with tho recently discovered veg
etable principle Capelnc which
as a powerful and unerring spe
cific, has never been equaled In
i lie History oi true incutcine.
They operate with aslonlshlm:
vigor, bring almost Immediate
relict, and euro more speedily
and with greater certainty than
any known plaster, liniment or
comnound.
Second They possess all the merit of
the ordinary porous plaster with
anovo nuuiiion. nun win cure an
the various dllllciiltlcs for which
they lmvo been esteemed In as
many hours ns the ordinary aril
clc effects In days and weeks of
continuous wenr.
Third Tltev are u genuine plninnaceutl
ral preparation, eklllfnlly com
blnetl, of t Tic highest order o
. merit, nurelv vcirtnlile. contain
neither metal nor mineral nol
on.. Indorsed by physician, and
are In no seuscu patent medicine
fcealiury fc .Tolin-on. I'liarmacetitlcal
Chemlt, X. V. To be obtained, for
twenty-live cent, or Harclny liros., Cairo
niinols. 1-17-ltn dw-(:i)
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpiIK I1UI.I.KT1.V Is piillllieil every morning
(exceiit Monday) In tlie Ilultetln Ilnlldlur. cor
ner Wailusgton avenue and Tnelrti'trvet.
Tiis IIclli-tin Is mivpI to city subscribers by
falthflil carriers at Twenty-Five Cents a Week,
payable Weekly. IlyMali; (in advance), 10r
aununii lx montlii, 0 three mouth, 3; one
month, 1 23.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Published every Thursday morning at $1 25
pes annum, Invariably in adiaucc. Ibe potoge
on the Weekly will be prepaid at this office, so
that subscribers will obtain fur a subscription
rice of $1 a year.
ADVERTISING BATES.
DAILY.
Business Cards, per annum 3fi ou
One square, one niertton,. , oo
One square, two insertion l jo
One square, one week j m
One sijusre, two week 3 50
One squaie, three wtvLs, 4 i.j
One squre, one monlli f, w
W K X 1 L Y .
One square, one Insertion, ,ai 00
Each subsequent Insertion m
d"0nc inch is a square.
O'To reirularailtirtlM'rs we offersupenor in
ducements, both as to rale ol charcin and man
ner of dljplaj ing their favors.
Comtnunloutlona upon aubjecta of Ken
eral interest to the public solicited.
EfAll llnslness Utters should be addressed to
1
S'Mi'o Mullrlln Company.
ohtaine.1 In the t'niled
males, Laiiads, unit Ku-
inns us low us
iy nlher rella.
llelilj. tii.lt.! It. .1... f'...
llsli and foreign languages, with Inventors, At
toniiys at Jaw, and other Hnlleltrirs, especially
with ihuK wim hate hmtllieirea.es reju tisl In
Ihc hands of other attorneys. In rejected cases
our lees are imsonahlv, and no 1 barge U made
If you waul a pal
S. 'i".i. . niieiej
or sketctli and 11
full desorlptinn of
riil,rci., us H lllljiiei
' srs 11 111; ni
examlnalioiiat the patent orHee, and II we think
It liatcntjil.lf . r'III kH,.,l ...t. 1.
and prosecute vour ease. Our lee will I In oii
ill nary eases, in,
III Oral or wilttrn In mailers re-
AdvicelgFpge
gett. Kx-Commlislonar of Patents.
lot O. It. Kelley, Ks,, Kec'v
he. Louisville, Ky. Commoilors
1, U.S. N., WashlngUin. U. O.
inp for our 'Uulde for obtain-
rv.seml Miainn r.i
lnsIlalM.1. ,1 V , . I. ......
...K . U L b ... .. I & . . . ijijir. .
Address i-lxnU RaKtier sk Co.. Solicit
tors of Patents, Wasblnztou
11. v.
I'lsass-u,
n 1
rfj I I I I I I M! '!" i
sv v w ss J mj
T 1
inventor
CAIRO.
xxjUixN'oxoi.
Tho Trustcos if tho Cairo City
Property desire tocall public attention
to tho merits orthcl property, compris
ing a considerable irtloti of the City of
Cairo. In AlcxundorCounty, In the Stale
of Illinois, mid lam Immediately ndja
cent thereto.
This city, nn Is wel known, Is situated at
tho confluence of tic hlo and Ml(lppl
rivers, at tho head )t unlnteruntcd naviga
tion on tho Mli'lpl, beiui; below ob
structions by lec 1j tho winter and low
water In summer, and ttue has a elenr ami
open river coniinu.i'ation nt all times over
the Mississippi arJ H tributaries, with all
the country soutV - tho Uulf ol Mexico
and the Atlantic ixcau. Cairo has also the
satno character Iceinmunlc&tlon with all
the country ndh over tho stream flowing
by It, when tlf'e streims nre not Innavi
gable bv tea' 0' lee or low water.
lleloro litf era of Itatlroadi, Cairo had a
comtnaoJiiK potlilou as a centre of com
merre scd navigation. This Importance of
ponltloJ'hi still i o!efsc, but liasnnw tho
addltinul idvautaL'c ol being a great rail
road rcnlrr. n number ol the mo.t import
ant rillroais in the Valley oltheMi!slslppI
conicrging to utid haxlng their termini
there. Am mg these, coming from tho north
are me prc.ii iimiuis v.eiurai iiauroiti,
which traverses the entire btatc of Illinois
Iron;its extreme northern and north -oiftcrti
to its southern limits, ami by its connections
extends Into nil the great northwestern
grain producing SlnttM ; the Cairn ami Vln
ceiinef, extending Irom Cairo to the City of
Vinrenne. In tho Stato of llidlan i. where
itsconuections ullbrd direct railroad eoni-
tho Cairo t S't. l.oiu Itallroad. uriorillriL' a
direct railroad commiinlcntion vvltti tho
City ol M. Louis anil all the railro-ids con
teriug there. Tho road coming Irotu tho
South are the .New Orleans .liicksou and
Great .Northern and the Mobile and Ohio
Kailroads, which give direct railroad com
munication with the cities td Mobile and
New Orleans, and other .Southern Atlantic
eea ports, and by connecting road with all
tho country south of Cairo ; and mining
trom me souuiwcsi iitne uairo, Arkant
and Texas itailroad, which aflonW Mmlhr
communication with i-'otit Ijit n Ml-hourf,
Arkansne md Texrs, and the principal cit
ies of thosj States. This laid-named road
will give, lo. direct connection with the
Texas and Tactile Itoadwhen it is com-lo
ted, thus zh log direct rommunlcatlon with
tna principal ports ol tnc l'ncmc Ocean
Tbeso ral.roads, tennlDatlngat Cairo, are
now all completed aud in successful opera
tion, tho'e lu Illinois coming into the city
on a iianKoieacn oi me rivers, Ohio and
Mlsslrslppi. and terminating at their conflu
ence, tlitM encircling the city. Tho Holly
Springs lirownsvlilc and Ohio ltlvcr Ho.ll-
road, anu tbe uairo and Tcnnensce Klver
Itailroad, which will both terminate at
Cairo, are in course of construction and "ill
soon be completed, and other railroads both
in Illinois and in States south or the Ohio
river, which will a'.so terminate at Cairo,
are projected, an'i arrangements made to
build ihem. The construction of these
win gTcatiy incrci-e tho rsllroad communl
cations of Cairo.
Its central location In tho gras'. Valley of
the Mississippi, and the irreat wealth of river
and railroad comtnunlcstioti, gives to Cairo
unsurpassed advantages as a cimraerclal
point, as it afford', to her eay anil cheap ac
cess to all the (rrain producing districts ot
the North and West.undtimiraraccessto all
the agricultural produce consumers of the
South, thus presenting the best location in
the Went lor an Interchange of the respect
ive northern and southern commodities nnd
productions
As a manurtcturlng location the position
of Cairo is nones', important. The crude
materials of ever-description, which con
stitute the elements of manufactured arti
cles, abound on every side, Iron oro, coal,
of superior quality, and timber of every
character, more than others, being easily
and cheaply accessible, and the rich agri
cultural region of the immediate neighbor
hood, as well as the more remote districts
rendered tributary to it by river and rail,
furnish suppllcsot the necessaries of life in
such abundance as to render llvlni; except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured arti
cles are produced, the facilities Tor cheap
distribution by river aud rll are not
equalled.
Cairo has .1 moral. IlilelliL'ent. liberal and
euteirrlsiUK population of ubout 12,000 has
a superior system ot public schools, which,
wiiu ouier conuuciou uy private enter
prise, afford unsurpishod cuiieatlotial ad
vuntagei Is possessed of well-established
churches of. nearly every denomination
has public, and private buildings of a mpo
rlor uhurnctur lias a climate, which for sa
lubrity and healthlllUntliienvcs ruuliot be
surpassed has a wcll-reKulated and ef
ficient municipal organization, Its "trcetH
Hchtcd with gal, anil other metropolitan ad
vantages, which mako it highly desirable
and in reality not to bo cxcuilcd as a placo
of prrumncut rofldcncc.
Lots and land in Cairo are now offend at
very low piices. affording tavorable oppor
tunities to nircliASO, utid tho owners pro
tein the location to tho public as offering
unrlt ali'd advantages tor the successful eg
tabllsluoi nt ol commercial or manufactur
ing enterprises, and the best locality in tho
country lor profitable Icvettmentof capital.
H. .1TAATB TAYr.OH,
KDWIN PAKHOS8,
rustcef, etc.
Caiho, May 1st, 1871.
6-IO-tf
Iir.W AllVEKTIHEHKNTN.
Cheap Lands
IN TUB OK VAT SOUTHWEST I
TheLittle flock and Fort Smith llallivnyeom
pnny Ii selling, nt oxci'pitonnlly low
prlrod Mini on Irrum tu null iiiirflin.
cm, over.
ONE MILLION ACRES
of their inaKnlllreut hi ml, 011 either "lite and
within twenty mlle or t lelr road. Admirably
mlled for production id I'oru, t'otton, (iraln,
(Inm, Kiultii, nnd nil 1 her .Northern mips.
Winters nre mild, permitting nut-dnnr labor fur
eleven months. Soil fertile beyond precedent.
No grasshoppers, no drought, ttprclal Induce
ments for establishment of mtniil ielorles, Koi
clrciil-irs.nililiT.ss Y. I) SI..M. K, Loud Com
missioner, l.ltllc liock, Arkansas.
ft n liny nt home -gents Wanted. Outfit
ill and term! Inc. 1I1UK A CO., Atikiiatu,
Maine.
OAGCNTS WAHTEO FOR THE
HISTORY of the y.s,
Tin' gieal liitere't 111 the thrilling history or
our euiMitryinnt.es tills therastest xellliig lnk
ever puh'l.hisl. Itrontnlns over tw line his
torical eiirnviiigs nndtniutuges, vtltlm full ac
count of the approaching gmnd Centennial
celebration. Send tor Ihll deserlptlnn nnl
elri terms In Agents. NATlOXAI.I'Vlll.lMI
INC) CO , ChlriigoorSt. Iiils.
DOMESTIC
SEWING
MACHINES.
Liberal Terms of Ex-enasireforBeconA-nand
Machines ef every des-
"DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS.
Toelltit rstlerns insde. Sfn.lSttl. lorOttlojne.
Addreu BOUESTIO CrWINO UACimTS ca
Actiirs Wiptid. HEW YORK.
AhTOMKHIMJ.
"Yet I'm IV days, and Mnevah ImII looser
Hi to n "
Kitltirv esenls lirm.heeled liv rn!is In Slsii.
ner'N rnilM'f Ii' Hunk. Kinlimv., loutold
In the lips ninU downs r pilces lor Hie next
twenty jears 1 the fuliire Judgi-I bv the it.
....... ... 111.nr tiitm:) IMI fH ITOI1, IIOg9,
corn, provisions cotton nnd hen wc will bate
ti. ..... , ......I.. ,........ ... ..
and l.iistn(sYviif (Willi. ry tanner, Miami
ractlirerleltliimtetnulerand rpeeuhitor should
halelhls hook to know Hie future, nt as In
void loss and U'sucrrnrflit ent I
U'!''.!'?1'1.' hir l. Aildrins SA.MI'M' l.r.V
M.I.. lUlllhridzc. Itim l.'olinle. II
$77
A VVKIJIv irtiamtiti'f.1 l.. m.iln .....I
female ngents In their loealltv.
t.osts nothing to try It l'artlcnlara
free ! I) VICKKItV CO..
Augusta, Me.
S5 tOS20l''r,.ll' ,,"lnlm' fampleswortli
i!l.:-.T. . ,nv' stlnsoii & Company.
1 uuiawi. .siaine.
iiiiii.iiiiiK Him niK'nuors. .Nilary $10 lo
HHiamoiithaiiilMmdyiiriiinotlon. I'artleulais
nallisl lice. Ail. I re,. .V v I i ri.nsin lx.
''"PYUIOMANC Vol: SOI .( IIAIlMINf."
.L linn' either res may la'clnalrntidpiln the
love and lUIeetlons of any rroii they hooe,
inslaully. 'Ihls art all can ih,mt, free, by
till, 1. for "Vrrnta, t...tl...v k-1,1. .. l..fd..
liulili', l.'ftyptinii Orucie, llreams, Mints tolji-l
dies. etc. I miIiI A iiit-cr book Ad-
- WH.MAM A COMI'ANV, lllb's, ,
l'hllaileli)iln. l-t.'-lAWlin. I
St. Jo. .Mddioal
INSTITUTE.
THK only plare where a sure cure can I re
liliiiun Little isrutuirv-l In the way of
udvirllnlnif, as the repuhiiion of the Institution
Is well known throughout the West. Uilland
be convinced that this is the laisest and ,nost
ojiupletc Institution ofthe kind In AmertCHfor
the. euccts-ful treatment of all Chronic .'exual,
Private and Venennl llisemrs of Iwth M-xea,surh
aaMvphllis, lionorrliici, lileet, . 'stricture, Itup
turc, Varlcore Veins, Urrlillts, Bulxi. Ac All
uriuuryaml ayphilltlc oitmercurlal aOis tlons ol
the throat, skin or bones arc treated with un
paralleled Hic-ciij. Oonorrhira enrol In from
three to live days. Svi'hllls runs) In from rive
to ten days Over 17,670 eaes Cured, r-nmlnal
Weakness, spcrmatorrhrt-a, Nlffht losses, sex
ual Debility and Impotcncy, Iiss of bexual
I'ower. to ihe result of tell-ubu.e In votith. eex-
ual excc-ifi In maturer years, and all liiirx-.ll-ments
to nurrliyje, iermanently cureil without
mercurv or nny other mineral jiolson, I'atients
at a illstance treated by letter. Medicines rent
evervwnere ouuir men w ho have iHCome the
vlclltnes of folllary vice that dreadful and de
structive habit which aunually sweeps to an un-
timelv uruve thousands of youna men of the
most exulted talents und brilliant intellect, who
mliihtotherwlsehaveentnincedlUteulnit enate
wlih the thunders of eloquence, or waked to
ecstacv the llvlnir lyre mav rail with full conll-
dence. What a pity that ayouni: man, the noi
of Ids country, the darling of his parents, should
he snatcheil from all prospects and enjo);
lueius ui me uy irie conseouences 01 ueriaiini;
from the path of nature and ludulirlne in a cer
tain fcecrel hahlt. .Such iernu must, before
coutemplatinK marriage, retleet that a sound
mind and body are the most newisary rtiulsllsi
to promote connubial lianplue-s, iudeM without
these the Journey through life becomes aweary
pilgrimage, the iros-ct hourly darkens to the
view, the mind becomes hhadowesl with desnalr
and tilled with melancholly reflections that the
happiness ofanother is bIJghtisl with our own.
To aliening young men we would say, do not
keeD this Kacrcet to vnurtelf and roitr liod until
it has sapped the vitals and left you a wreck of
humanity, n curse to yoursclt and n burden tn
society. If you are entangled in the snare of
Mil poimuon, or any private uifeafe, nis- irom
Itsdlstnictlon.nndaniilvat .St .!oei.h Meillral
Institute lor treatment, aud become once more n
numan neing.
re-Cures miarautiil or inoner refunded
CfAll female diniculties and imiKsliments to
Marriage treated with s.ifrtvund ucress
r-A great meillcal hook anil secret for ladles
aiiiTgenta. sent trie for two stamps
Address St. Joseph Medical Institute, Krnncls
r-ireet, iM'iwen secunu anil 1 iiiru, si. Jspn,
.Missouri. tm-11-iMiA.w-iy
In Chancery. Master's Sale.
Slate of Illinois, Alexander County ' s.
In the Aiexander County Circuit C0111I.
lane Wehl, vs. Henry Watson Webb. Amrelira
P. Ilaekernnd William C. Mulkey.-lllli lor
imiira'.ire.
rjl'IH.IC notice Is herehr given that in luisn
J. auee of adeviee Hindu by said court in the
abovuciil II (ilcauoe. nt the .May term A.I). Ifi'i,
1,'ioiui i. iiarman, .Master 111 i-naniery, 01
saiiirjjuniy.wiii,on r riuay me .Mil nay 01 .lanii'
ary. A. 1. 1h70. at tho hourof 3 o'clock 11. ill..
01 nam nay, at tne 110111 uooror tnc court noute
In Hie city of Culm, In saldrnuuty uud state,
hell at nubile vendue lo the lik-hut bidder for
nnsh In hand, the IbllowiugilescrllKsl ruil estate
to-wlti Sixteen (III) feet nit of the south nlde of
lot tvveniy-sis (ii), anil lots fo tweiity-i-even
(), twenty-eight (2s) unit twenty-nine (J), 111
iiiock M. iweniy-six -ini, 111 me euv 01 imro,
ijoumy 01 AieAauuer iiim siareoi Illinois, in.
gelher with the iippurienniKTa thereunto lie-
1011K111K orHipiiniuuig. 1 lie iniieiir will is
sold subject to the hnmeetead rlglitiin Ihe prcitil
ses nf thu aforesaid .lane Wehh. und also auh-
jecno me npiuy oiiini'iniiiion,
lllll. ll.Ml.ll.,
Master iii Cha nirry.
Cairo, Ills,, Jumury M, IsTii. l-ulw
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IRON, TIN
AND
Slate Roofer
Eooilng and O uttorlng a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part ot Boutnorn
lightning Rods, Pumps, Stovoa
ana Tinware.
JoMlsB Proaytlr Don.
am mi
VOMMSMiew HkRrilANTII.
JOHN B'. PHILLIS
AND SON
(Successors to John U. l'htllls)
FOBWAIlDINa
Commission Merchants
And Dealers In
HAY, OOHN, OATfl, FLOUR,
HEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents far LAFLIN iTlSAND POVDKR CO
ICornor Teatk Street and Ohio
LilTSS,
P. CUHL,
Kvclnslsr
Flour Merchant
ash
Millers' Agent.
No 50 Ohio l'iee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
7'in-if.
h, .1 Ayres. h ii. Ayres.
AYRES 6c OO.
And general
Commission Merchants
1.
No. 78
. Ohio j.r.vr.r.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Duller In
All kinds hard and suit,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LAT17, &o.
Mill aud Yrd,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Stioo. and
Ohio Lovoo.
"A romtilrlr IMt'turliil lllslorrol llm
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snnal snrrravftil Kssiiilly S'iiikt
lu llm I'll Ion
harperVweekly.
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and Iresb, nod aro prepared by our be-tdo-slirncrs.
With n circulation 01 KiQ.000. the
Weekly is read at least by half a million
pcrt.ous, ami its muuenco as an.oru'an ot
opinion is simply trumcudnun. The Week
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oughlv und permanently, leaving the system
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ersoii In Washington City, ami you will burn
I hat the above statement is trite in every jsirtlc-
nl.r.
I'H.NDKNSKI) CKItlU II ATI.S.
National Hole),
Washington, D. ('. Ilerember !, 17I.
Messrs lielphenstlne A llentley t
ticnta I very cheerfully Hate Unit I med IHi
rang'a ItheumaiiR ltenusly with ileehhsl henetlt
A. ii.ni i.i'iir..-i.
Member of Congress of Oa .
rrcsideutlal Mansion,
Washington. !. '., AvillJI, In7.
Mrssr llelphiiisline ,t llentley:
Gentsi l or Ihe paid seven ears my wife lias
been a grciiUuller from rheumatism. Iierdoclors
tailing to irlvv her relief, Kheiise.1 llinu liotlles
llurang's Itlieiiiinillc lum.-lr. hi.'I if.;si.nt
cuivwnstluiresut. WSt. II. t'ltOOK,
"llvecutlve Clflkto l'reslilei.,tir.nil."
Wiishliigton, H. C , M inch 3, I7.
In lhespaijof twelve hours my rheumntlnii
was gone, having tuken thixedoses ol Iliiinng'a
llheumatlc Itemcily. My brother. .. II. Cessna,
of liedfurd, I'll., wascnrcil IgajdmHarnjiMJiinl.
Meinlieiol't.'ont'iess ofl'a.
l'rlccoue dollar n bottle, or i hollies for live
dollars. Ask jour druggist for lluruiijs'a itheu
inatlo Itemcsly manufnetureil by
iii;i.I'1ii;.nmim: a iibsti.kv,
lirugglsts and Chemists,
Washington. I). C.
HU-Kor sale In ChUago. by Van richaaek
Mevensuii a. iier.i, anil ioiu onmii s. v....
Wholesale Ilrugglsts,
10-H-wIv
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Waahlncton xnd Commercial
Avenues, acfJolnirisT Hanny'sj.
KEEPS for sals tho best Beef, I'ork. Mutton
Veal, Lamb, Bausags, Ac. and is prs
prad U rr t famllleii la an acceptable wanner
f'ntiI;nnieni HoKrllesd.
"ntlsfnriinn lltinrinslrFtl
A!H
Commission Merchant
Cor. ElKhUi;st. nnd Commercial Avs,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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V. Illltenlmuse A Urn It. w Mill.,.
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11 .11. 1 111 if u.
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flsirl'a Wtvlftr-.rw.ts IIUs,sl.t
ClUlosrus. l..r 1st:. rwl tii I
all kind cf Nidi Ii iiw ttfly
and will b mail hI ttn tt toy a
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f A..S sn a . .
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THE LEDCiCU tOMPANV, Ckleo, It).
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lsVtVrrcUtf 4Mffs4ul if $cf titlu r ru
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bealstl slXMd. 2'rrroia IHMUty, UienUrr, ta
Pwt3cs.Lsvlt&vitlAuxt tcmci, ssls)sjorrkTftla4
!, Etr tffti 1 1 f(if , UnuUssif, Is4!fftln
iuh)CsiUcrjnpicc. lvr.tir Ut ikUi tt 1 EiTta
.i$xIa Uftuuf tli tfjftutrlftf-)tluf ium cf
OIct,OcatnrKM,8:r?tiiTi'il Upfciiif(Ufsfi
3ecUaf fcltsl. Hn),tetvnlirf4 r(M,Rsctk,Urfti.
llis4iiif (fttlvau irt4 If . fMlMWi'r. Oir
Uirty jAft (tkcWsf.sVaVl t. isj mstf t rtsrvrU mMut
ci:t, ktarir lwl kftl titrtru. ViiiaMkl
sV4f llllMUi,1l ewejuvtr All I'sri U trt a
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BOOK OF NATURE,
rtulsl( IIS iri t4 a tiahi f eutsinrUrs.
Itf r f sf U'A sslt,. s&l nrilj tls Pbuels.
Iff t3.rTU(s..SsllL4.ltuuiryr1rs'4Sr.r. SKaas
-f Uisc i-Sl sS ttulsUt ! tlfsrcf duUoI ass
sslsi. K,mmsf-u) ul tse.sr, b , u rj
stUSrss. esrf.l EBksl tsr tut, .! trtod rr
scrl;lku tir LLs lUu it ,,r r rurrbS II.V IUcl
s,fir -44. r-.ij i- sr iiim. fr ga il
Mr. Or. Jr;c, CeQtrsl SXeCiosi XssUtuU.
70S Chsemot IIM'. tu torus. Sto. '
Dr. Whittier,
617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo.
A rc'" T4i)ts5ftll'lk4lCsjafM, iMtssMfl locrr
trst latbi :Ul tT.ixfii r ta VeneraLBsxuil
a ad Cbroaio lilnf uta tf 4tkr M jwia u it.
Lobii, tij pri i9, aft! HI tsll ruvUtu Imt,
Syphilit, Qonorrhva. Gleet Stricture. O'
chiiii, Herfila.er Rupture, ell Urinery 0.ie
end Syphihtlo or mercurial afTectione of the
throat, akin or bonta, ere trMUd na nLtrt:4
tnt, t Uttft sKttttti&t I'ftftcij'Uss- Bttlft rr.ti.uir,
Spermatorrhcaa, 8exual Debility end I m pot
ency. MU.rtHltr 6U-fcaM in ywili. Mini. 1 1 iommi
latEUaMrypiritOrsxW eel bJb rt4tc iscuf
tt l follslWlAC SftUl DrTOlftP, tSsisVU ffiUMlsAI,
tt litti. ! of aiii4l ttr, tu.. rtaltme roernec
lmproperrnalwppy,wttrmiMi.tiyrsji. i-mput
t4 (() riU i ii4 lUrt, fBi la atss4 tsfs(,
f jf te lumie. Coein.uUco et & er by bU
U; esl UvitoS. e Iictvfl; tu tr tu tr-Ul eoiu Dhtu
TktQ It it Ii.xeTUaat to TUli U tixy Ut uietait i
uiMiii cie t ti.lt w$tft vt taU ttt fT trr. CiY
etlt curt ifsou-ls hrvidttti It 1 1 frtiity ut4,
CC;i A,W.Wt AuUftjl, U U.Xal T.H.
Pamphlet, to any sddreaa. fer Two Stamp..
MANHOOD ?oV.,0',Jn,,i'B1!;
WOMANHOCfDf.'.'.k'iS
8ntMsJsslantbrs,farB0Cau. ,
Msnhood and Womanheed lo dermis, Us)
toQSthsr, lllustrslsd, I) Cents.)
MARRIAGE iffl
vim. ( GUIDE.
Ztecent cloth and flit blading, Beeled for GOo.
Otr trir wa4rfBi tu (sctur, ttki to lift I eriuuet
the fll0U tuLJoO'Jl WtO Bikf C1UTT. VfeO BrM,
I mir ta &rrj, TTLotswrr first, uuLol. wotaau
PtriLH dfcsi tl tSstu cf etlibtey t.t.4
Whaaboal4mrf i Hrvrliit as J arltussoij tt laifuKL
tbt ftyikdosir ef HsfirixlattiMi isi4 miay btrt 7iKstt
barrtsvlor ooaumi)tit.( iarrUitly4'lrtulU
fur lir-is.f hrwtwt. I tMrttrcu fiimii vtll
rwil coQrhtloe.uesjcbiio rctd tytU eltli -rat
tben lockrwl op,&HUI4 votioiorloal.eitlr f
cf rt-rttdiLf li coDiatbt tbtcreiraof xnedAcallltti
6ture,ttwutiJ(Ttb'Tslia ea tiimitt rrfcsrtijt.toj rth
t ear cot ui U iri tt e urefal perueei, ion tunte
y?!? EdlUea. lama u aUri.Ut rPr corer, Wi eapa.
sOOceuubyiaau. CLnpii coud ea siswrfca. i t
titssir ei4tM, tolMi svaeafit
Dlt. WHITTIER,
617 8t. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo.
A tiiiJt and radical curt
fir Kuflkrt or htrnla, in
jffnir er tu, fuaraniua ey
i ihi Jttdian trtithed of Irtdt
mtnt. AtotlJcurtornoftt. CaltOHoruriti to
ur.iiuason.79J nimuiiiriii,i.i.cuii,M.
A BOOK F0RJHE MILLION;
Marriago uiSt&'iSSKKtt
m marry, to ibt pbjiiosotle.
is.. Mttal artutu, mttk x
ta'rit 41 scorers la tai loiasc cf rrprWaaUao, traMrrtoi
ttsutmftaisoo, stt.
Ttle la ta ioUTtiJaf wort tf tt ktBJr4 tM ilrty
litfi, wlta ntimarvua ttgrhUitt, t&a ecsulsa ajab
larnatia fur Uicat vlto art uaxrlfxt or watcaapuu uar
rlisft; a'J'.l It I took Utat oaibi tu bt ktpt hsok lock
al kr. ei est laficirtkaaly akxiut Uta bouat.
It totiuioa tnt fiptrlanet tai fttlriattf ikralftat
ion rtpatsttoe li orW td, o4 aboalsl tsa la tbttrl
fata dratr rf arerr maJt tal fa malt Usroniboat tLa tatf
lot. It Mobraasja trarf taJoc on tat autjsx af tba iear
atl. a ayaum that la worth liMvlaf , a4 laoek tbat la aol
buLllaed la te ctrifr work.
lHct to tor one (fret of lU) fr FlftT rrati.
A4Jr4 Ur, butu lHfytmrr. , U tt, tliaia airae
Bl. lAti, Ut
Notlca to the Afflicted nd Unforiunati,
Pi fort aprlrlfic tt tbt sstsnrieua t,iii ht a4rtrtlat la
rutUa rr"s er eilaa toy quara ramaditi. trv Ir.
Jiutu' vara, nt taatur wbal tur ditt la r ta daplw
tt' taur ctadtuoo.
Dr. Batu oooaplaa a ambit fatiat tf ttatrMTta roorai
U ladtra4 by aoma tf ibt noal ettabrai! m4Uat profei
art af tbla asootry aa4 Karvyt, tad caa ba eoaaaliee pir.
aooaJty tr tf mall. on tt rtlsaaatt mtniloaadlo bUVfttba.
() aa4 iriort, M. 11 Nona CUbtk atmt. bivee
Max let ml CbtJaut, Bt. Uitlla, Ma.
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rilYJIOLOOY
a lscltlinsis nimicti sroix or v
or
!srs ilLSiblo columu lyar, snil 30 fins
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JIAHItIAlK. ) xiural aud UksI rcUtioi.s of ihe srio,
.ts. inns" 'j,t,rrl4B0l s duUss and disqusllScs
tins,, llio Mystorlos of neproductlon, to. A nsrtl"'!
sith Irlly on 'lis srious UlKs.r, ul Ihe V rinary and Orn
cruilTaOrransorlsiliieir.,iiirludinK stl lurmsui rrv
vsto. Vtneresland ctiroitto XJlseascsut buttiMscs, Ui,
ftle.lt of Sarljr Abuses on Iho muiil ileni ssd llie diu.
his ot eiccsKS b.foro slid alter msrriise, lsdlg M S"
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intrrlfd sud, ISoie ?iileinplalti.(l rssrilets. h
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reteirt or siiisp.-Alsu s smsU If liosuss 'im
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