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Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 11100
CITY NATION Ali BANK. CAIRO
osriczasi
A. H. SAVrolUJ. FrtiUtrnt.
H, H. TAYMB. Viet resident.
W. HTSLOr", Seo'T and Treasnw .
' DtllL'TOMI
P.W. BARCLAY,
ClU. (Ut.Killll,
l'ACL 11. Mcncii,
R. U, CCVKlNOItAV. II I, IUI.U3AT,
I'iiillim.
f VTKRKfiT raid nn dnxiilU at the rain nf all
JL per cent. praunum. MArcnMand Hp(m
bar lit. Interest not withdrawn In added Imme
diately to principal of the iumilt, thereby
giving them compound Intelsat
Married Women and Children may
uoposit money una no one
else can draw it.
Otn every buslnesaday from Pa. tn. to 3 p.m.
mJ Satnrday ermines fur savingi depoMI nnlT
rom 6 tod o'clock.
W. HYBLO. Tree.au rar.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITA!,. - - 1100,000
orricsas.
IT. 1". HAM.tilAV, fmliUnl,
I1ENRY I. IIAI.LIIJAY, Vlritl'irtt.
A It HAr-roilli, Cashlrr
WAJ.TKIt UYHUU', Ass'l Cs.hler.
PIKtl.TOM
M. SrAAIS TATLOK, It. II CUHHIWIHAM,
II, I. IIALMHAY, W. V IIATXIIIAY,
O. V, WILLIAMSON. HTtrillM IIIIIU,
A II Sxrtono
- -. i
Exohango, Coin and United Statoa
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
buslneaadone
r. llro., rn.ldent It Wells, Ce.hler , , .
I'. Nff, Vlcel'rtVI. T. J. Kerth, AM I'e.U'r
mm wm m,
Corner Commercial At. and 6th Sttset,
OAinO, ZliT-iM.
mitrXToiM.
Ilross, Cairo, Win. Kluge, l.'aho.
1'. Neft. Cairo. Wm Wolte, Cairn.
A Su.atika, Clro. lt,I,.rjlllingley,M U.ali.
I) lluder, Cairo it. Wells, cslro.
I. II, Jlrlnfcman, M. Louis.
A General tlanklna; ltnln-M Hour.
F.xchaairc fold and Unight Inter.! uiid
tn ihehalng Department. Collection male,
and ll biilne pminptly attended In
J AS. ELL AITS
peeler Itr
!BgMj(lta)Cttl,
Tbe best la the market. Also sll kind, vt
toor foot
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Orders Dolivcrod to any part
or tho City Promptly.
Leave Orders at Crystal Saloon,
or at the Company's Ofllco, at Nar
row Qaugo Depot.
TEBMl-Nctt Cash on Delivery
ofGrotMta.
JAMES K. LANK.
. ocrotary.
O. A H. L. Transfer Co.
11-Wm.
choice mmuu wm
The Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 BAEILAY ST. WSW SORE
conttnuo their aiAcr.W lif)irlnt nt tie
fcDINUUKUII HUVJKW-V liljr.
LONDON QlUm'KUliY ItKVIKW Con
tervalive. WESTM1NSTX B RGVIKW-I.lberel.
HKITISn tUAhTKltLYItCVIKW--Kwii.
gollcal.
Contalulutr tnteily crltlcl'ins ami Minnas
rles of nil tint U ireuli no J t aluable In
Iterntnrr, Hcleuiie, smt Art : nnl
BLACKWOOD'S
cDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
The mon poweirnl wontliW In the Knl !U
l.anjjiui't, futitouu lor S iiOItlKS, KSsA Y.H,
mill SKkrCIIJ.
OF THE HIGHEST LITERARY MCMIT.
TKIl.Mb (liidiiilliiK 1'oMajrf ):
Payablo Strictly In Advance.
For nv oiia Kcvlew, b 4 00 per annum
for any Ito Hevlowt, 7 0( "
v or any three Kevle w, 10 00
Kor all lour Hoviewi, li 00 "
Kor Uluckwood' Mk-
zlne, i O "
Kor lilackwooil ard one
Jlorlew, 7 00 "
Vol HUnkwood ami two
llovlewn, 10 0() '
For lllankwooiJ ami three
Hevlcwi, 13 CO
For Klackwood and the
lour Kevlitwr, U 00
CLUJtS.
A tllncount of twenty pr ci iit. will be al
lowed to clubi of four or nmre pcrous:
Thus: foiircoplm ol lllacknood or of one
Uevlew will be dent to one adilrcen for
$12 80. (our copies of the four KerU'wa and
ltlackwoedfor lf, ami no ou.
Circulars with further particulars mty bo
bad on application.
THE LEOHAHD hCOTT I'UM.'NU CO.
41 Barclay Si rent. Now York.
JACOB WAI.TER,
BUTCHER
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Btwc Waahlua-ton ad Oosaatroial
Atsnaei, a4Joloin Kanuy's.
pOSt H arf ftauUrs la m aeeeptabu rnaitHW
VOL. 7.
C0AL.
I COAL a
TO OOAIi
CONSUMERS:
ll.viiiiliui'no, III, ..Mi) 1, liTC.
f K arc now mlnlDir a frr"tlor article
dtitrt for KratM and lioutdiolit n- wm rully,
wnlili we wilt ill I er In Calm, nn the Cairo and
Vlnrrnnm track kr the cat loul nriwi loinhcH
at nlnr (i) cenla r l.uiticl, or two dollar iibJ
ivniiyun rniii ( if m ion
Wvaliu liavaa tit uirl? attleleof Nut
Coal which wr will dtllvrr t.n traek ut Hlxtn-n
ir.j ioilim wr car-T) liutlifU. TnrtlM liot
wlihliiff a car loail can form Chili, at wetmulnr
noKni'. wl.hlni roil fi t Coal at First tow.
nrvtiaMnifcrull wrlKht.
AilUrita all ordrr forl to
Ja.A VinUA Co..
UAUKISHCRC:, II.L.1.
lUinr Ihla noal at 4 fio prr far. l-OT-dlf.
POND'S
EXTRACT
The Feoplo's Bomedy.
The Universal FainXzt actor.
Not: Aak tor Prad'a Eitrut.
Taka no oibar.
"Ilr- fur I Kill .twakof tzcellrat thifur.'
FOR
laUarlaa to Mao or IMaa:,
ralU. Brulam.
Slam law. Upntaa, Cootu-
ataa, iiuioatiiaa.
rrartam, CuU, Laccra
twl nr laelacd Wnad.
atrelllawa.Barav.SealO.,
Ban burns.
MeatflBsr Immw, or
Spittlagorillaod.
Blenl, ac l UKd-
F0ID1
lax lituoa or reeui .
raaalllna; af Blaml and
sooay Aiiaana rai a ,
ralaia. SwHtal faea.
EXTRACT
kasiiallal lthcuma
tie SwclllDf or Sarencaa.
ailtravaa or horrnwi.
Lumbaro. luuiKark.
Bara Tbraat or Qulniy.
InSamcl Tomllj.
Dlptharla, Uroactil
tla, A.tbma.
Mara or Inflamed Kits or
' Kye-IMi.
Catarrh, Lmrrrlwa,
UUrrhra, Dyatutery.
;aara Xltplalu!IaJnid
ilirt.t.
taa aniairul or. urn lYoflue
PEOPLE'S WJ'VV! w-
Klilnry Cotupliilnl,
REMEDY -.0n,iel Slrauifury
tlor.1 or liifunM, nr
ron Adults.
Varlroar Vi-lna. K'n
FXTERKfiL I wiflnr Inflamed lni
LA I tnilML liner,, qu Sore, Inlrr-
am
nai wicfrvions.
noils, CariiunclM. 'lu-
INTERNAL. ori.K o. llunlou, cbal-
J or !oie teet.
1'liaUiiKT,trtiM.or (ad-
USE.
Is
m i.aiia
Ft lon nrWbltlow, Kroit
rd Mrnbi or I'uii.
9fnaiull Ultra, Innct
Stlogn, Cnapprd Hand.
roMm KXTKACT la for solcbyall flral.
.ma irriiKK". aou recoinmr.iutti vy
all DruKKl.!,. l'bjlclns, and .verj-
uHiiy who ,ii". tr uvhi ir.
fnmplilrl containing Illdory nml t'.i mall
M ttrv on upplicnllon, if nut tound at your
I)mljf.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Srw York anil fcondon.
I133-13-dlr.
niit'MtIonnbljr, ilia tics I autHlui
Murlt r llm Rlnil lu the World."
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Addrass 11 AUI'KH RKOTItRIIH.N.
Samaritan him
rr i . v . t7'..n.. t!i..i
convnisinns, spasms, ni, vims nance, ami an
Nm ous Diseases Hie only known positive rem
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CAtRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1870.
lliyi.OHIM'HY.
IIY CILIA TIIACKIE.
Kn toon Ibe swt mint coma,
hy wsslc In siht our bitulh?
H foonoiirllps areilurcli,
So swill cowudtatti.
f-n I rl'f the time lo untie,
Why darken wa the air
Willi trovrnaand tsars, Ihenhllc
We nitre. dt simli?
II-1 1 firm tti'SniTtrlniT u III
And lirat.ly tlinut It bnck)
I"lrht with the potters ol III,
Ibtj Ufiloiu lilack.
fdsint In llieunthlne swc,t
And trraiur everr sy .
Nor trk with stubborn fut
IhedutLtome way.
Ilatrconraite' Ki-rpvvod .liecrt
Unr lonneH t line I. liritr
To thoa who hot you dtar , ,
llrlug no moiTRrlef .
IJot cherish lillatea assail ,
UrattMl farlasstiMlaht
That to yonr lot doth fail ,
llowerrrsllgh:.
Ami lo I alf henna will brlnic
lve, to make ulad your day t
Hlnslnrs nntoM wlllsprlog
Alwtityour wiys.
.So .ball lll litoocn ami sblns,
Lined Its iialuaboTc,
Crowne.1 with this gin licrine,
TlisglltorixiTf.
The IndqiendcLt.
A1C0CK.
parlHK Bclrrisn civil and Military
C'wnrt SBcara.
t-lpeclal Dispatch to the Chicago Trlbun.
WaRnLNOTON, 1). c, Jon. 21. The
ubtunce of the mot Iraportaut part of
tke telejfraphlc cornnpondcuco nith 1)U-trlct-Attorncy
Dyer at the time tilt- liab
cock mlliurv court ytm ush-iudIhI, up
pears In print to-day in the following
shape: When tho military court had
twtu ordered, Attorney-General I'h-rn-pont
telegraphed Dlstrict-Altorntty Jyt r
Ulrcctliif hitn to lumlsli this military
court all the evidence lu lUbcot-k't :nu.
As may Uo aupposvd tills created u (-tonn
atnotiE the counkeI und about tho court.
Mr. Dyer telegraphed Judge I'lerrepont
in about the following wonU :
Is It expected by the nttorney-gcncral
that the evidence procured by process of
the district and circuit courts of the
United States, nt this place, fdiallbo taken
to Chicago out of the jur'sdlctlor. of this
court and delivered into thu hands of a
military court In time of protoui.d peucc,
and esiieclally when we are In dally use
of the evidence beloro tho graid'Jury,
and in the trial of cases before tlecourts?
I beg leave to cay that the court will not
tolerate such proceeding, and I;ould not
personally take the responsibility with
out Incurring lu contempt.
ThU dUpulch remained tinaiswered a
day or two, when Mr. l'ierreiont tele
grabbed Mr. Dyer to liirnUh tlie military
court copies ot such evidence ai he could
conveniently spare. Mc.-tntlmi: Major
Gardiner, Judge-advocntu of thu Uubcuck
milltarv court, had been liotlfled that the
district attorney at 1st. Louis had been In
structed to furnish him with thu vidciice
In It? pisiTroii. The spttlUn wliivhhe.
braii hi-, work is s-liown bv the terms in
which he saw lit toatlilrcs Jhe ;l7i;Unl.
States UUtrler attorney. Igrtorlug the
lact that the matter concerning General
llabcock had come out In the regular
course id trial bclore United .States courts
through eelul coun-.el or tlie govern
ment. In the regular dirchiitgi. of lih
sworn ilntle-, Mnjor GatUlntr, presumed
to teiegrium tins oruer to incoitrici ui-
torncy i
ou will transmit to me lniuudlalely
coiiles of all charges Hindu by J. li. Hen
(lelon ugalu-t Gen. O. K. Uulicock.
To thii arrogant disp.iteh Mr. Dyer re
piled In nearly thou word-:
lam not uware thai Mr. Henderson
lias ever made any charges agaliit Geu.
llabcock. nud upon con-ul t.ttimi he a
Hires mo that he never has. The only thing
said by Mr. Henderson concerning Gen,
Uabcoclc will uniienr lu evidence and ar
gument before tliejury In the trial of Y.
O. Avery. Shall 1 order the aternograph
cr to sfnd you copies thereof?
upon receipt oi mi. me juuge advo
cate came down ftoiu Ills high hor-e and
telegruphed to this elTeCt :
The district attorney will plojfH caiiic
the stiTiiograplicr to prepare and trans
mit to me n copy of Jlr. Henileinm's
speech In liio Avery trial.
Illredlns from I.nnirs, t'litnrrli. Ilr.'a
cliiliN, t oiiaiiiuplluii. A Woinlcif.it
t'ttr...
Uociicsteh. N. Y.. Jan. 13. 187-1.
It. V. l'olrcv, M. D., lluilalo, N. V. :
DuakSir I had sutl'ered trom C.itiirili
lu an aggravated form tor about twcle
years uud lor fcuvend years from bron
chial trouble. Tried many doctors and
things with no lasting beuetlt. In May,
'72, becoming nearly worn, out with ex
ccsslro editorial labors on a paper in
Now York city, I was attacked with
bronchitis In a bcycrc form, sutlerlug al
most a total loss of voice. I returned
home here, but had been home only two
weeks when 1 was completely prostrated
with hemorrhage from the lungs, having
mir scrert blttding ?ixll uithiii
tiro cctU, ami Jir.il thrtt inside
of nine ilnta. In tho Sel
tember following, I Improved sulllriently
to ho able to be about, though in i very
feeble state, My bronchial troublo r.-maltu-d
and the catarrh was tenfold
wnr-e than belore. Every elloi t for re
llel'n.ouitd t'rnltlosi. 1 feemed to bo
lo-lng ground diUly. 1 continued in tliU
fcehlo state, mMng blood uluiost daily
until about the llt'st of March '73, when
I became so had us to bo entirely con
lined to tho house. A friend suggested
your remedies. Hut I was extremely
skeptical that they would do mo good, as
I had luHnll heart In rcmldlc. and be
gan to Piok upon medicine and doctors
with dls,;ii'!t. However. 1 obtained
one of your circular'-, ami
read It carefully, from which I came to
tho conclusion that you understood your
biislne-s, at least. 1 Dually obtained a
uumitlty of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Iteint dy,
your Golden Medical Discovery ami Pel
lets, and commenced their vigorous use
according to directions. To my surii'lse,
1 soon began to improve. Tho Discovery
and 1'elh Is, In 'i short (line, brought out
a sevvru eruption, which continued for
several weeks. I felt much bolter, my ap
petite impivrtil, nud 1 gained in strength
and Hesli. In three months every vestige,
of catarrh was gouo, tho bronchitis had
nearly disappeared, hud no cough what
ever nud 1 liad entirely ceased to ralso
blood; and, contrary to thu expectation
i or some oi mv irieuti. mo euro mis it-
t mnlned permanent. I Imvo tuul no mora
hemorrhages from the lungs, and am en
tirely free from catarrh, from w hleh 1 had
1 suffered o much and so long. '1'be debt
I ofgrntltiKle I owe for the blcning 1 have
i&Irr.l nt your liids, knows no
bounds. I Hin thoroughly satisfied, from
ma- experience, that yor medicines will
. 'master the worst (orin of that ckIIiis dis
ease Catarrh, as well p throat and lung
(licenses. I tmve rcifoumended them to ,
very tnany mid shall eier sjieak In their .
praise. Grstlullv yours, I
tlM. II. Sfexceb. I
P. O. Hox o07. Roaltster, X. Y. t
1-20 dtw-lw.(18) J
J 1
-J Tho incline ,r Sjit Enjlnn.!.
, (i tun iunlhl.) ,
The VVcslfni tfvtr nmve by inkiail
indits or wh.ilo geiielilbuis thu JOllng
men of New Englanif. lu many places
In the very keiirt of JtiSsaehu'ils It Is
h It In Kileli bi fuhi the creation nf
man, w hen we read "there was not a
muii lo till thu f;n him). Thirty miles
Inward from Worcester there nru wholu
ncn-s which sixty years ago sold lor $22
auacre, which to-da? ca-ibehad fur SI I,
thotigh rniiroiids mid tcleraph" skirt the
fields, and the Ik-Ids uru excellent lurm
laud. Ymt Hiul old men aid hired tsrm.
iaaorers, but no yoemaury kidlgcuous to
the soil ; It If si alement uo)iuutvu. .The
young nieit have fone Wclt-tiroved ejr'
Tarlous latpelllng causes. IVrtsmottth,
Nowburypoft, Bristol, ritoiilnyton, Nan
tucket, New liedford, are nlrenly like the
finished towns ot the old world, lu reli
gious matters. Maine and New Ihmpshlrc
and parts of Massachusetts ire like
wilsslon-llelds in tho West. To be successful)-
tcrved with the go.pel, 'he time
Is soon comlm when the (Iccajtd and
feeble parish organization In rural dis
tricts must yield before the strouger and
more helpful method of the missionary
circuit. We may build churches and raise
money as we seo lit, but the wall which
has already commenced dearly Indi
cates the parochial decline. Even the
literary headship of Uoston leels tho
llnal attractions of the great metropolis.
Even the Atlantic Monthly and Old and
New tly away. like the coot of Labrador
to the milder shores of Long Island
Sound. Of course there arc two sides to
this subject. What Is fun for the boys is
death to the frogs. Tho decline of New
England means the marvelous develop
ment, of tlie West. It Is force ot lost lo
tlie country at present, hut only trans
ferred from one section to another.
PAIXT A5D OILN.
Blake A Go.
(Successors to)
B. F. PARKER,
Dtaleislc
?aints,' Oils, Varnishei,
z3nx7SBxzaisaj.
rVall Paper, Window Olass, Win
dow Shades, &o.
Al-vjys on hand, the celebrated tllOBliiatlng
AURORA. Oils.
ion , venue
UIIUIXSAI.E UKOCEKN.
STKATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
And"
Commission Merchants
AOENTS A?iIKICAN POWDER CO.
57 Oliio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Ullaltr 111
BOAT STORES.
Commission Merchant,
JVo. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCIAI.attimlon piven toconslftiilnmls i
tilling ontrn,
md
nr.ai. i'.statk aiikxt.
JOHN Q. HARMAN &
Real Estate
CO.
HOUSE A.C3-HHSTT3
COLLECTORS.
:0HVEYANCKS8, H0TAEIES PUBLIC
band Aireuts of the Illinois Central and
Burliuifton and Ciulnoy II. B.
Companies,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levso,
OAIHO. ILLINOIS.
PARKER & AXLEY,
QENBRAL
Auctioneers,
House&RealEstate
JCr'Spi'clal attention Kl"'i, Colh-cllon of
l.'tuis iiiul Mllt'orilrdl 1UIC'U.
STORE ROOM - Washington
Avouue, between Ninth and Tenth
Streots, Cairo, Illinois.
ii-ti.tr. ,
DANIEL LAMPERTJ
Fashionable Barber
XX-O.X-F&. XDItXI
NORTH SIDE OF EIOHTII STREET
Batweea Waahlacton and Commercial
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LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
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cou Aaiiaia Qood Work.
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Vrl.il.KMAI.K ATJD IlErATL,
HscvxB;ost
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Oorner 10th Ot. and Commercial Av,
CAIRO. IILIX0IS
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
I,. I. Akim. Oiho. 11, K. AlilN. Cldraso
Ii. D. Akin dk Co.,
Iii-ulcrs In
Harness 1. Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, . - CAIB0, ILLS.
rflhoso favoiinit us with tliflr atrniiage
triil llnd a cmiph'te llneof gooiU from which lo
Mlcct.ul bottom prices. to-ll-wly.
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FOR FINEST QUALITY OP SHOES,
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T.T. llltOWN A CO., Cincinnati, O,, Agents
r3-l-li ilAvKslm.
LAWYtRH,
JOHN H.WVLKBY,
Attorney at Uw.
CAIRO, U.L1XOI8.
OmCKt At rsslience on Nlnt.8rltel, b
twIaaWMhlafWasTtaiitvnd -Walnut ?. -
NO. 338.
nr.w AiveRTiar.jiE.-Tfi.
Immense Success.
ln new
emr week trstlfy to the popularity oftha ptn
plat' paper." the Hlar Hpangled Banner. Mth
year, a large a page to cJmnn paper. Illnstra rd,
and filled wlin charming stories, tales, poems,
wit, humor, and three columns devoted to Its
"Koane Corner.'' or einoae nr Hnlmllm.
snbirrlDera
bast and ruost popular of nil the literary nanrra.
. hacks, aau uuoimijr(
.. BBU UU niHIK.. II IB l)T !! utiiia in
It la hi
Head bylM.0QUleliRiteit siibscrllwrs, esuihllsh
nt M, and ncrer su penils or rails to appear on I
time ltisa"Camlly frltni," anil a complete I
lamny ir. 11 will aair ,011 iroiu oeinn awin-
uicuauugirc yon most uciignnui leau.ugrora
whole ear. rail not to 1 tibscribe NOW.
IpAlllI charming Krcucli chromos are giren
vUl s-KKE toerrry one l for the llanner
for ISH, These are worth II each, ami are
brautles, all mounted reailytohang or frame.
Ilcaitrr, you want the Banner, you must fry It.
ItroiUTrry little, only 7S ccuts a year for pa
per, or 1 rr iier anil four Iwautirul sxlO ehro
nv, all stif prepaid. Sent three months ror
only lunols. Ihtitatomoc. Sewl Tor samples,
or better, lucent, and rerelre It 1 mos. Ad
rtrcai, HANNKU CO , Hinsdale, N. II
WONDERFUL SUCCESS. 5&
N.E. Dollar sale. 31 BromHeM at.. Ilo.ton,
Mass., is dally shipping hundreds or boxes and
Sackagcs ol Taluable goods all oxer the U. H.
lou.uio worth of Oold Jewelry. Ulnas. Plna.
Sets, Chains, Charms. Ac, A . holld HUrrr
fii.."1""? CwWi Claasware, Fantr
"ooda, (louo articles) and ail descriptions. Vine
Teas, CoAVm tiroctriM. rernimery. Hair Oils,
andstylea. wouni an siaci,
WORTH. DOUBLE, te'0 Ta
ami in our liaper hundreds ofl.ttrr. nreorinlwi
Irom our patrons lu the past thrve yenrs. Head
er, uu can save moni-v.you can make tloxo as
rru.Milu'wbrre, if you ilcul with us. We
wnnt aeuts evennhere. We pay l.tge com
luis.Ions. .So risks, no rspltnl. (.nods scntU
O P with privilege or seeing berore puylng.
.-.ii- ui in,, rMiniiif.-ur. viv.t irr, fvnu now
Address, 11. Ollillsfos A CO., N.E
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PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MET. OARBON(Big Muddy)
A.SD
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
OrdorB for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
jromptlv attended to.
lBTo largo consumers and all
nanufacturors, we are prepared
:o supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rry-IInlHiliiy llro.'s olScc, No. 70 Ohlsl.evre,
rj-llairidsy Bro.'e wlinrfhoat.
O-At Kgyptian Mills, or
Cj-At tlie coal Dump, Toot orTnuty-Eight
trett.
rj-rost Offlce Drawer, .100.
Leslie's Neniiapen slid Msgsilncs, the oldest
tstatillihiil llluttniti.l I'lrlodli-al. In Amtrira.
eliey arc now llrst offered lo canva.sers, who
will, If they secure an ngnuoy ami rxrliiilte t-r-rltoiy.
K-ruablnl to Introduce seventeen llrst
rltvtii Ulitstrnti-U 1'erlodlcrK sultol Ions many
dlitlurt tuttisor wants, and, with tliecliolec
rromelght new and beautiful chromos, given
lire of co.lt to each annual subscriber, lie iu
abled te swure oue or more, .uliscrlptlous In
very family In tlu-lr district. Tu skillful rau-vn-MT-i
Hits v.-tll fLvuii-ilin.innit omplityiumt,
hiuI the vinvMals tncli ymr will to a source o
1 1 y and ajsiinil revenue. Specimen paers
and most liberal ernis suit to nil uppllcault who
mni. tin. ,wrt llnri- tlii'V de.lru tn rmiivua . Ad
dress, Agrncy lii'pnrttuent, Frank lillt'a
I'nbll.lilng IloiLc, MJ Pearl Ktuvt, New York,
li-lt'-t pi
ITGreat Medical Book
and Secreia lor I Jidies and lients. Sent free for
;rJfoa4MblCALrNSTlTtJ.
l0.lWlf,j- " it" M. Joseph Mo.
Subiorlbnt ibr
THE BIluWIB
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THE CAIRO
BULLETIN.
Leading Journal of Southern
Ulinoia.
WUlil.-adfastly oppose the policies ot ft
Republican party, sad refusn to be Iran-
lled uthe dictation ol anyotlqu In tha
Demooratlc orranlzation.
It baifeves that the Republican party bm
fulfilled tu mission, and that tha Deose
craUc party as now organized snout v t era.
stored to power.
It believes tha Radical tyranny that 1
fcr several years oppressed the Houtb
heuld bt overthrown anil tfct pap) ct to
Southern State permiltted toeoatroltlMU
owa affairs.
It bsllevas that railroad corporaUoi
ahould bt prohibited by lagiilatlTr etaetl
intnta from extort! nr and unjustly dwennv
luting In their buslMu UanaaiUeai wlU
taa paliUe.
It recoynles the equality of all sua t
fore tlie law.
It advocates free coattaeroa tart IT fat
lovsuue only.
It advocate! resumption ot specie pay.
men t, 'and hontt payment of tho public
t. tit.
it adroatos economy la tho admlnlstra.
tlon nt public, affairs
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The Uullctln will publish all the locai newt
ol Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, to
lltlcal. Foreign and Oeaeral Nawa, and en
deavor to please all tastes and Interest all
readers.
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JfVEEKLY BULLETIN
Is a Uilrty-tno column pap or, lurnisbect to
subscribers lor tbe low price of ' ,
$1 26 PER YEAR,
Postage prepaid. It Is Ilia cheapest paper
in thu West, and Is a pleasing Klresiae
Visitor and Family Companion.
Advertisers
Cannot lall to tee tbe -eled Induce''
menti offered by The Bulletin In the way
of cheap and profltable advartlaemenis,
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