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CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
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Ulrrrs. Old Sores, Inter-
I nai ulcerations,
" Bolla, Carbuncle. Tu-
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INTERN aL vu anl Hutilons. thai-
i rin or nuiow. at roi
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. CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1870.
ClfU ttAi a 4i
A DIAMOND FLARE7
llie fliilromln ofNan Mntrnnl Leiialli
(Krom thn 5nu Francisco Chronicle, Fib. 3 )
Again the wild goo-o diamond cll"coery
Is lattncliccl on a patient public, and this
time the region ofgcmi ii ncitlivr tho pro-
clous stone belt which Arnold and Slack
prospected profitably nor the tailings of a
hydraulic wash In Ilutte county. The news
will not set the town on lire. A gold ledge
on Denial Heights has failed, and the dhi-
inomllfcroui gravel iu qiiotlon l not much
rartheriliitant lrom the city hall. Jnmes
W. Hell has a ranch on San Urcgorio
creek, San Mateo county, 1,000 acrci In ex.
tent. George V. Monilou was a visitor to
the Hell doinlcllo an Sunday last, nnd learn
ing that the region was saturated with
quicksilver, lie .'Ctoul with one of the fam.
Ily chime on a prospecting tour. The twain
arcndcd the crock aud ere long halted in
astonishment at alght of a bowlder. The
bowlder Inclined them to labor, especially
as tbey had a pick and shovel, so tho stana
was rolled away, and iu the cavity lay
glistening some hundreds of pure water
cnstals. In haste -everal bag were Itllcd
andloadcd with their find, the prospectors
homeward walked. The elder Hell was
confident that the stones were diamonds,
and lie gave Mondoii and his son a third
interest in the claim, which the bill of talc
describe as "four feet square under a big
bow lder rock." The filial son undMondott
might have claimed all, but that Is a trifle
on which the Ilegumi ofSan Mateo county
can olTord to be ludltlerciit, Mondou ascer
tained in San Mateo that the diamonds
were genuine, and was in the ;ity yestct-
day endeavoring to have tho opinion In
dorsed. He has now returned to have his
claim properly recorded, and It Is sail the
neighborhood is excited. Meantlmi the
prudent will relied that the world has been
pretty well searched for diamonds and that
thegtcat value of these genu is propor
tionate to their scarcity. tjuarU crystals
are more plentiful.
(New York World. )
'rom the Milwaukee Sentinel. The ap
proaching nuptial are announced of the
lovely and accomplished Miss lllanche Bye
and Herbert Crookld, the only son of our
mot Indicted cltleti. Tin: bride that Is to
be is as wealthy as she is beautiful, her
father's ball bond amounting to $7t,(!00.
This approaching matrimonial event has
caused much excitement in fashionable
From the St. Louis Ulobc (conv. rep.)
The mtrrlage ot Miss Hourbon and the
ltaron de Whlskl ha- been postponed till
altertlic next term of the district court,
when It ts hoped that the bridu'a father will
be acquitted. The birthday lete
ofMl-s Coppentlll yesterday was a grand
su ceJ. A largo number of ludictod dis
tillers were present, but the absence of the
genial cx-gauger, Mr. Ovcrproof, was
universally noted and regretted. Mr.
OvcrprooPs arrival at JeS'ersou City was
chron'clcd in the local papers last week.
llcwaJthcgucstol Warden Findlcy. 9
Mr. Sournnche arrived yesterday
lrom St. Joseph, aud ! putting up at tin
Orate Central. He I accompanied by
Deputy Mnnlial Aukutf.
From the Chicago Tribune. Col. urm
gave a banquetlast night at the Sherman
House to lilt coiiussl, witnesses and jurors
In favor of hl acquittal. Col. Wurm is one
of our wealthiest clticu, having been In
dicted for 000,000 gallon". Mrs.
Tanglefoot's Jewelry was immensely ad
mired at the opera last night. She wore a
40,000 gallon diamond necklace sent to her
from l'arisby her husband after he jumped
Tin: huge, drastic, griping, sickening
pills, eoiiitructed ol crude, coarse and
bulky ingredients, are fast being super
seded by Dr. l'Icrca' Pleasant Purgative
Pellets, or Sugai-Coatcd, Concentrated
Hoot and Herbal Juice, Antl-liillloiis Gran
ules tho 'Little Giant" Cathartic or Mul
turn in Parvo rliy-lc Modern chemical
scienfe enables Dr. Pierco to extract lrom
the Juices of the most valuublo roots and
herbs their uctlvo medicinal principles,
which, when worked into little pellets or
granule , scarcely larger than mustard
sccd,reiidcrs.cach little- pellet us active and
powerful us a large pill, while they are
much more palatable anil pleasant iu
Hit. litA A. TilAYDIt, of Uaeousblirg,
Ohio, writes : "I regard your Pellets as the
best remedy lor the conditions for which
you prcfcrlhu them of anything I havocver
used, o mild nnd certain In cilect, and
loaving tho bowels in au oxccllent condit
ion. It seems to mc they must tuku the
place of nil other cathartic pills and med
icines. I.vn.V .V M.vco.Mnxit, druggists, Ver
million, D. T., say : "Wo think they aro
going tu sell liko hot cakc as soon as tho
people get acquainted with them and will
spoil tho pill trade, its those, that huvo
ued them like them much better than large
pUU." f (2l)-'Mil-il.:viw.
lor HiiiiikiiN mul Coloriiilii.
Tlio Atchison, Topika mul Sttiita Fo
railroad front Kansas City and Atolilsou
on llio Missouri river, via Topeku, tho
capitol ot Kausai, and tliu kcatitiitil r
kansas valley to tho ltocky Mountains.
Tho shortest rnuti to l'ttehelo tho Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Manitoti,
1'lkus Speak, mul all places of note In tho
mountain region. Thn lUvorita route
to Denver and nil points In Northern
Colorado, The best route to Southern
Colorado, Xevv Mexico and Arizona. Tho
only direct route to tho (unions San
Juan mines. Tho track and equipment
Is uncqunlcd, trains run through from
tho Missouri river; to the Koeky Monti'
talus, makinir connections in Union tie
pots and avoiding delays and trans
Tits. For lull descriptive Hnuhus
mapj, lime tahlef. etc., nddre
T. l. AsiiKitno.v.
(It n'l la. Agent, Topeku. Knii.
A No. I Miiiiidry.
It now conceded that Mr?. CoUiiian
the Inuudress, No. 12 I'ottrth Mn t t, he
tween WadiluKtnn nnd Commercial ave
nues, has one of the heft conducted laun
dry establishments iu the pity, and Intnl.
lords or hotels and hoarding Iioiim-s will
llnd It lo their ndvantngoV to call upon
her. Her prices nro a follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing To cents
jier dozen. Kor piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10c; per
dozen, &0c; sock, fic; two collar", c;
two handkerchief, rc ; vests, 20c; and
all ffcntlenien's wear, &0c. per do.cn.
Ladles plain calico ilrcHies, 2.c; calico
dres-cs with extra trimmings, Wc; white
dresfc, $1 2.'c ; ladles' uudcrvvorc, line
and coarse, $1 00perdo:ii. l-2.'Mf.
tslle's Newspiqiers uud Magazines, the oldeit
established Illustrated Periodicals In America,
ehey are now lint offered tu eantaoers, who
will, If they secure an nrency and exclusive ter
rltory. I i naliliil to Introduce leviuteen flrit
class llhi-tmted 1'erloilierli, suited tons many
distinct tastesor wants, and, with the choke
from eight new and beautiful ehroinos, given
rree of costs to each annual subscriber, be en
abled tc secure one or more subscriptions in
very family In their district To skillful can
vassers this will secure itrmamnt employment,
and the ruiewals taeli )tur will he a source o
udy and assured revenue. Nx-cliwni.aixrs
and most liberal irmsseiit toullapplleuuts who
Inumc the territory they dcilretocntivnts. Ad
dress, Aneitcy Departmeut, Krunk Leslie a
Publishing House, K7 Pearl Mriet, New York.
llAIIIit-iu-uo, Ills , .Ian 1,, lsTO.
Karc now minim: n very suiM-rlor article
ol coal flit; lrom all tmimrltirs. esueclallr
Kildiitil inr Kittii-" Hiil noiueiioui ,mc piMTully
which will deliver in Cairo, on the Cairo and
Vinctiines truck by the ear load or"' bushels
at nine (!') cents jut lmhel, or two dollars mid
twenty-live cents ($J i') per ton.
VV'enlso have a very siqierior article of Nut
Coal which we will deliver on track uldxtmi
(l'i) dollars r car 3UO bushels. Parties not
wishing a car load will call iqion V M Ward on
KIkIiIIi stieet, lietween CommeiTliil nnd Wush
Inicton avenues, and 1e suppliilat leasouahle
trems. Mr. Want will also itrllur this coal to
any part of the city at YI W jiercar load, mak
Ihf, eoal tvmtubout $-' .V, ierton. All the coal
used by the C. anil V IC.lt. la supplied from
oiiriuliies,nnd it lias no superior In Ihcmatkct.
Address all orders for coal to
Jas. A. Viall & Cc,
C3"!'. M. Ward, Kj , has teams and will de
her tills coal at M .V ht mr l.'.M-iltl'.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Foreign and .'DomoBtio
WINES OF AIsTi KIN UN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
MESSIIT. SMYTH A CO. have constantly
a large stock or the best good. Inllie mar
ket, and give especial attention to the tWiolesala
ranch of the business.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahlneton ind Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Hanny'a.
KKKI'8 ror sale the Kst Ileef, Pork, Mutton
Veal, Lamb, .-aiisaKe, Ac. and is pro
prad U serve families Iu au acccutable manner
io, liaua. BOILai. noaiaia.
UNIONS. CUT, RUI-ytS, OHIL.
.MINI, ULliBBO, OUHBS, CIO,
DrmisUU fcars lu 28 t"u rrr-,reaLl
TtrUlVB CO., CiPtuUtoBU, Uik,o.
Slirht srelns. Full, and! adventure on
FlIL'll CisriNtsTS AN'li" Manv .si:a. I
Mysteries or the Orient, 2.'0 EniiiiaMniis,
book out. fn every respect llrst-rate. II tells
uritflil, winy, cuiciiuiiiiiifc uic uiosi aunictn" t
rupldly.pays splendidly l AHKNTS WANTEH.
to ANCIIOIt I'lJIIIdSIIINU CO. , f.'iJ Pine .street,
vv rue aionce lor iiesiTiiunreiixiiitiraiiniiieiiiis,
HI, l.ouls, Mo.
fc'ii.l Maiiip fur isuill.lenlial i Ireular, of imiit valiii'.
Dr. II, U ,1'AJIH. U j:. Wusti, hU ludliuuipulis, lu I.
iTif 1 fW'tTI
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The Gamble Wagon
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THE BEST and CHEAPEST WJQ0X MAN.
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SIXTH. STREET. Botwccn OIIIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture, lil J own Horoo Shoes and
tun Ananio Good Work.
LVET. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Ordors for Coal by tlio car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
jromptly attended to.
joy-To largo oonsuraorB and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
Jo supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform ratOB.
CAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY,
Cf-Hiilliday Ilro, oftlee, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
M-lliiiriday llro.'s whartboat.
rt-At Egyptian Mills, or
tSrM the toai Utuup, root orTfllity-Elnlit
CJ-l'ost Ottlce Drawer. 3uo.
I.. 1). Akik, Cairo. II. U". Akin Clilcago
Xi. D. Akiu ft Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc. .
105 Commercial Avenue, CAIKO, ILLS.
KJ-Tlmse favorhiK u" with their patronane
BeiiTIInd a complete llneof goods Iiom which lo
wlect, at bottom prices. V'-U-wly.
QSgTOroat Medical Book
and Secrets ror ladies and Cents, Meat lieu ror
two stamps. Address. ...,.. ,,
4l . .iiin.rii .vir.i'iu.v Ii l.sn 1 1 ill. 1 1.
M. Joseph Mo,
Inir cheap and really valuable volumes, sent pre
paid for price named. Hunter's tlulde anil Trap
pers Companion, alt about huntinir, trapplne,
llshlnir, mlslng milk, Ac, Ac luo vorcs only
reliable work, only 2 cts. 'J ricks and traps or
America, n complete expose of the dolnjrs or
every swindler, quack, Hid humbug in Ameri
ca. Ni'iir b pp., conalns list cr hundreds or
swindlers. It will "post J on" and sv jou
cash, only SActs. The Ventrltoiuls's Uulde, or
how to leurn ventriloquism. Full instructions,
examples, anecdotes, also how to make the
whistle to imitate all bints and beasts, only 'ii
eeuls. Art of training and breaking hones, al
so the complete horse doctor. A large aclavo
book, and the best ever Issued, near loo pp..
every farmer needs It, only W cents. Art and
enqueue oi iimkiiiK ioe. .in auoui ii, now iu
Hip'' and everything else, l'i pp. onfy.TJcta,
MiiKtc Made Kasy. How to do all tricks In led-
icerucrmein, nest uooa on suojeei, oniy -o cents
oi lov c va pp. elegant enromo cover only
M cents. Any book sent tree on receipt of price.
Catalogues free. Atbltrsa all orders to the old
established house ot UUSTKll ACO., Hinsdale,
HAW! HAW! HAW I
kv tho-p Kewrlous, Kweer, Kwalnt, Komic,
Klaatlc Itubber Fares. Each one will nuke luo
diuciciit laees, anil oh, so funny I (,'rcalest thing
evermaile. Just the thing tor holidays. One
w 111 convulse n whole town. 7 kinds) nulled
tree for only V. rents each. S for l. Send for
oneand 'laush aud grow rat." Wonderftil
Maxic I'lngert A mysterv Indeed t You can
slick it throtiKli bat anil et inskc no bole t 'Tin
the wonder of the age. Send ror It aud have
FI'N KOIIKVKIt! Only cents, t ror .
Cants ol courtship, love making cauls, fortune
telling cants, I kinds, each in neat ca.se. lhese
are lite best utistsr. umI,.I Tpry yonn
persons neesls them to enjoy these long even
ings. :io cents per pack, il for 7V cent". Send
for them and have fun Willi the ulra I The little
lllrt or language of love, will take with the
girls. Only IS cents. All aliotit courting, curt
Inr love, Ac. Only IS cents. Lover's telegraph.
Needed bv everv lover. Onlv 'Jl cents. All
above ale elegantly Illuminated. Sent free for
price, in, iso nooks lor sale laiaioKiieiree.
Ad.lr.ss ilL'.NTKlt A CO., Hinsdale, N. II.
STRATTON & BIRD,-
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER OO.
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCIAI, attention given tu consignments aud
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TITE CITY,
Goods Bold'Vory Clflie,
Corner 18th St. and Comcnerolal Av.
C. O. PATIER CO.
Leaditif Journal of louthwa
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol th
Republican party, and refuse: to be tram
melled utha dictation of any clique In the
It beileves that the Republican party has
fulfilled IU BlHioi. and that tk Deaao
cratlc party as now orfealMsl iboula be re
stored to power.
It bsllevee the Radical trraaiy tkat he
for eeveral yeara oppreseed taa Pautk
should be overthrow aid Ike people cl lb
Southern States pennlttad to control fatou
It belleres that railroad oorporatfea
should b prohibited by IcgtalaUvi fcacti
menu from extorting and unjustly desert nv
Inatlng in their businsss trasiacUou wits
It recognizes the equality ol all men b
fore the law.
It advocates free conniercs tarlB Iu
It adrocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest payassat of tho public
It advocates economy in th administra
tion ot public aflalrs
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Bulletin will publish all Um local aswi
of Cairo, and a vartstr of Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign and Usasral News, and sv
deavor to please all tastes and Interest ah
Is a thirty-two column pspsr, turntshed to
subscribers lor the low price ef
$1 25 FEB TEAK,
l'ostsg prepaid. It Is lb cheapest paper
in the West, and is a pleating Flretto
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot tall to th vet-waled Induce
menu offered by The BuUeUa In th way
of cheap and proatable adTartlsements.
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