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Attorney mt Lsvw.
CAIBO, ILLINOIS .
OFFICE i At resldeara oa Ninth Street, I e
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. JULY 201 870.
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THE HEALING OF THE NATIONS." Obtained Direct
from their Sources and Kept on Ioe by
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION
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Jiurnlng Mentation with .Hharn I'aln wimn v,.1,ii, i -..;o . u.... .i.,r"
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Tbtra lx no rptnn.lil lirnl Irnnua i
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, f ,l'ir ,DU- " -VWLKY HKATI1, of J lr.a.lway, New York, civet the following IM
of recent cure within bU practice: iuni
I ontinuatloB of cure by HKTHIC-li A M'KINti WATKIt, after the peuntn have been
ffiuiu?.Vho,,V,, "r" ,n" t't'e of tho daily rereive d : D
u,- oA vIN UlAB,rEJ,-:u,'- Thomw l'cnroe, Mea Cliff and Brooklyn : Morri
New YoHt ' MorH,lrt' Mr ,Urbtr' tJui0. Kimlerliook; MrSaui derH"
HUIGHT-S IiIiJKASEJ. 8. Oould, Hudson: Mr. Jude Van CoU, Caleb Morir.n
Mr . Barnea, Mount ernon; W . W.ecor.WnK in5 Mr. Aldenu.n. Mr. J all" Mr
' r Li VRATmV rVt- 4-'nSr'J.t'?,,.Mr, Mr' ". Mr. J.u.e., Brook vn
irk M?ATIO,0lf T.,,E MlM'Kll-K. Colfax, Uuff.lo; T. .1. Cox, .New York.
U the WMer f 'CO,t UJ 0U""r rol";nont -Mcal Men ay about the
I am aUlled to tind that th. ,. "iL"4J"!?lr' L-
medicinal pnpcrtlBs of the Keteeda Water.
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oar IB moat f 1 i", I .
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w e miiy concur In tbe above : O.
II. Xetowtki, M. U ; J. M. Allen. M. O.
RKm IieV Water, .a iu Ikeraiwulic ict., i. dcentJ T JBic. Diur.iin. Alicratlvc aad Apcrirnt
remark.!.!., 10 many mtptcu. hot erf th locr UUm Uck .
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
The water of the RxcuUior prm in invaluaMe. removing and prevc-ntinij, y ut
ieriunt ud alUraUve eOect. the incipient forint of di-ease.
Itlihlirhlf rocoiniuendedbT tbe uwat eminent pbyalcian. and I u-ted with umI
unci in th. treatment of njapeu-da, Coontipatlon of tho Bowel.. Aflection ol the
1 iv.r.n4 k'lHun riror. Scrotula. Cutineoua l)ieaei, KU:. It it a an excellent
romady lor the Headache, and a pleaunt and healthful beverage.
M.or.l vmun Iiiuftiilv crml medlciiul virtue., in tl.c.t u-r , hith cnnot U iccouolr-t
prjiv.ej 4 Lbc tngrcdieatt which are ihowo by acalyui
11 of the aboTo Water for saio on draught in BoUla, by tha Oallou in
Juf or KoB. or by tha Barrel by
BARQLAY BROS., Druggists,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO. & CO.
NOS. 266 & 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
WF. UF. SPEC'lAl. AtitNTS OB
AMI HAF A
AVI) A F Xl.l.FsiS
J.ititir' Flnetibld Watlien,
(old Oiieri t liaim.
Uold Walch Keyn,
( oral llrti.l,
Cold Neck Chains,
Oliver Veat Chain,
t ake HatkH.
t ant HUtniU,
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
als and Tools for Jewelers.
rB-F.verrone-isilingCIUCAiiO sbouM call at our establishment aud examine our Uood-
The CheaiMwl Prices is our Mollo- .
SOCIETY. OKNB YORK.
On. the Savings Bank Plan
Or LIFE or ENDOWMENT FOB YOUBSELF AND FAMILY, j
Innaiuatioii ..I the Kidney., luflainalion
lunamallon of tbe Mladiler. Drotr. limit
Knn nr rLn.lv i i. 11.1.1:
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Uz been fully tu.tained and con timed by
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iinwiuuKiuruniiiry fr L'l rm.
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O. P. Wo'eott. M.I); J. fc. Oirnir, M. 1., Diabetel;
FL'l.L STOCK OF
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Kvta aul IliiK,
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.for Your Own Benefit;
PAID EVERY YEAR !
$ 4,815,012 43.
E. A. BURNETT, AqL
A DEATH BOSSKr OB tl ftTCH.
H ALT WHITMAN.
h'roiu far Montana's canons,
Lands of the wild ravine, the duly Sioux
the lonesome stretch, tint silence,
1 1 . i . .j . ...
mrj , -uaj, a loourniui wai' napiy, a
Irnropt-t-iinte for heroe.
1 be battle bulletin,
Tbe Indian embiutaile the 'laiu-bin an
lhe cat airy oinpaniet Ugbtimj to U.e lat
in sternest, coolest be roim.
Th fail of Custer, and all hi othctis and
Coliliouet y t IIiBtAM, u4 lrxond d oil
The lultioit ol life upbald by death i
Tha ancient banner perfectly uiaiutained
( if on opportuue O how I welcome
A. itllu in dark day.
l.nne, nilky, through the time' thick tuiirk
looking in vain for light, lor bone.
From uninspected part", a tierce and mo
(Tha un there nt the cell er, though tot
F.lectrle lite lorever at the reuttr.)
Breaki for a Ughtuing Haiti.
Ibouofthe -tunny, flowing hair, in battle,
Iereh!le aw, withered hair, presUg
ever In Iront, bearing a bright nword
Now ending well tbe splendid lever of tbv
(IbriiiKOo dirge for It orthee-I bring
glad, triumphal mod net 1 :
There in tbe far northwest, in itruggle.
turi;e and eabre emite.
D.'iperate andglorioui-aye.ln defeat moet
uesperatc, mot glorioua.
Alter thy many battlei, in which, newr
y ielding up a gun or a color,
Leaving behind the a memory nweet to to!-
Thou yieldert up tbyeuif.
Pope hai canonized the level of HeloNe
and Abelard in a poem that w ill probably
live a long aa tbe language. PerhaDf he
baa not done justice to tbe purity which
wai in her nature, but we have no time to
ct Pope poMliumou1y rlhu Abelard
wai a selfUh oeniuallst, n men mostly are
n sued cases, and Heloie wu a conflding
woman desperately beet with a love which
absorbed her ttenseii.
lleloiae at eighteeu was very beautiful.
the niece and ward of Fulbcrt, canon of
Xotre Dame. Distinguished in I., rning for
ber age, rulbert had the ambition to make
ta aavaMWiri " Au-w - ..
at rlrrt was roodueled by )iter?. Abelard
was twic) her age, but a roan of great per
sonal attraction, aud among the foremost
i8ing men ol hi time m philosopher and
divine. He may not have teen a moral a
be was Intellectual; indeed iielouc tells uh
tbut he composed love loilictn and sang
them, lor bo had a rcmarkubly melodious
Tolcc To advance h's niece's studies r ul
bert invited Abelard to bis house. The
fall ol Heloie followed. It is a sad story.
The amour became known to the world ul-
mo-d. before it wu known to Fulbert.
Tbeir loe seems to have made tlifin-or,
at least, Abelard re, kUi. He wrote
songt to bar, neglected his duties, and bad
her conveyed to the nunnery of Argen-
tenil. The uncle demanded a marriage as
the only way to repair the ruin. Abelard
contented, but Heloie refused lor the rea
son that a union would destory his chances
ol advancement in the church. However,
they were privately married and Fulbert
divulged the uct whicb, crmhed Abeuird
Woriuiy n3pe. pru.ru uunu iu ui.nu
and spirits he retired to the Abbey ol St.
Denis a a monk. Out of jealousy Hid dis
trust, as we are told, he requested Heloist
to take the veil, which the did in opposi
tion to the wu-ne of herliiends. She be
uame prioresa of Argentenll aud finally ab
bess of the Paraclete, an aylum built by
Abelard. At this time be wrote several
letters to her old lover, all bepeakiog the
devotion of a wife for ber husband, while
studiously performing tbe duties of ber
sacred mission. Abelard'" ausweis are cold.
directing her aims towards Heaven aud
checking iho.'e teelings towards Uim, which
under the circumstances the world is in
clined to believe he would have been slow
Ueleise died on May IT, liu::, surviving
Abelard twenty-one years, but their dust is
said to rest side by tide in the sarcophagus
hq well-known in tbe cemetery of Pere la
Chaise near Paris. The course of true love
never did run smooth, the pcet tells us,
aud nothing even in action, save the loves of
Itomeo and Juliet, commands a correspond-
ing sympathy with the lad fate of Abelard
I.yon'u Katiiaikon makes tM'uutiful
irlossv. luxuriant hair : urevents its fall-
inir out or turning gray. 11 nas sicmki me
test of 40 y,ears. Is clmrmin'rly perfumeel
and lias norival. d-iu-uxwiy
Al t TIOXtCBS.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
a.Ivuhpa mada ob I'oDsiKUiueDts. Ab
stracts ol Titles made, Cuv)aucs and
. 'olluotinns altndud to.
Attention to business, aud Kcutlttances
AHllM fry alur4ay
rvurr YEABS BCraKZ TBK PCMLM,
DR. C. M?LANE'S
LI V KR PILLS,
so ih( cia of
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
I'YSHHSU AND SICK HIAbACHt.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
"MAIN in the right side, under the
engeot the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
i-i felt under the shoulder-Llade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and si kne?s ; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the La. k part.
There isgenenlly a considerable loss
of memory .accomj aided witha pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something whi h ought to have Ix-en
done. A slight, dry cough is some
times an attendant. 1 The patient
c ornplains of weariness and debility ;
lie is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and lie complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred w here few of them ex
isted, vet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the mvf.r to
have been extensively deranged.
AUUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. M. Lanl's Livtk Pills,
in cases of Aci k and Fevfr, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can 1 used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them a
For all Hilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaled. BBWARK OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr. C. MT akt'c
Liver Pjlls are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Plls.
The genuine MInf.'s Liver
Plll hear thp vitrnii,ro f
wrappers. --...-.-.v, ..VV V"
tit Insist on your Urugftist. or.
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. MVLanf.'s Liver Pills, pre
pared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To itioe ihiiig to give Da C. MpLas's
Live Pills trial. e mail oust Dn.d to anv
yn of tlie United buir-, one bj of Pill, tcr
tcnty tive ctnu
r It Ml. ij UKUS., 1'itUburgn, r
Win. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
i 500 bbls White Kenned Sugar.
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bi'k Tea.
ALSO, DEALERS IN
AND OTHER rUODl l K.
, 70 and 73 Vlue fcireel. VIS., U
1 . II OHKPLV .
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
rV. V7 PYATT to CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
BulUUn Buildlntr. Oor. Twelfth Street
suid waamnRton AVsnus,
Ur'ountT and RailruailWork a Sitreiultr
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE I
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
I the UraaU tl4
Which haa stood the teat of 40
There ia no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horae
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magio touch.
A bottle oosting 3So., 6O0. or Si
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Bestortd to Life and
Usefulness Many Valuable
8ra ATTON A BLBD,
AQENTfl AIIERIOAN POWDXB 00
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET GO
Alt kinds (hard and suit,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Ac
Mill us Yarsl.
Jorner Thirty-Fourth Street and
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And lirulor in
X. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attontiai flven to ooasiirnnients and
No Ohio LeTee.
T 6 If.
Evansville. Cairo and Memphis
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evana-
vilie, iiOtuaTiue, uinoinnau
and all way landinga.
The elegant sMe-vrucel strum'
Mkn Howard Master,
Waxtcb B. Pennington....... Hera,
Will leave Kvansvillc fur Cairo every l l'K-
DAi and KHlUAt at 4 o'clock p. in.
Will leave lairoererr WfcUNfcSDA V and SAT-
tiKUAl attto'cioca i. iu
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with nrst-class steamer for tit Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Evansville with
the E. AC. U. U. for all points North and East,
andwiththe Lauisville Mail Steamers fou all
points on Die Upper Ohio, (riving through re
ceipt on freights and (sutseugers to all points
tor uruier iniorruaiion appiy 10
SOL. 81LVEU, Passenger Agent
HALLIDAV BKUS., AlKnU
J. U. PHILLIPS, I""
Or to U J.tiRAMM&B,
.Superintendent ami Ueneral Freight Agent,
j 1-1 v . r.vuivui. muj.11..
SIXTH STBEET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMHEitUlALi
H anufaotureahis own Hora Bhoeaand
tiaa Auurs uooa won.
PATRON AOE SOLICITED
W HOLES ALK AND BETAIU.
IN TUB CITT.
Oeoda Sold Very Close.
Vara ItHb. St. and Oosaaaarotal A.
C. 0. PATISH ft CO.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
2 ' H.VU ID AT , Praaldent
?K5RLV-HaLUOat- Vice Pre I
A M 8AIFORD, Casbief.
W ALTER HVSI.OP. A Caahler
O. U. Wiluaksom. SramiM Uiao,
A . B, SArronn,
Exchange, Com and United State
Sonde Bought and Sold.
P. Nrfl, V fm-t. t. .1. Kerlh. Assl
Cornar Coumarulal A and tb 8trt
K. l:r..s, l airo. H'm. Kluire, alro.
I . Neir. eairo Wm Wolfe, tir...
S. husauka, Cairo. K l Hillinirslejr, t I. oil is
K. liii'lt-r, t airo. H. Hells, Cairo.
r". II. Ilrinkmau, M. Uxiis,
. Ueneial HhuUIbb; BuslNeaa laae.
rj-Kxchanire sold and Imufflit Interest paid
n the avinirs l)rwrtii-nt. CnlWtion maile,
'l o'tness limiiuitly attendeit to.
CHARTERED MARCH tl. I860
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. B. 9AFOKl, President
; 8. TAVLOR, Vice President.
W. HTSLOP. Sec'r and Treaaurw.
P. W. BiaiLiT. i u.. 11
tt. II . Ciiioclnobx u, H L Hu.idat.
J. M Philum.
INTEREST paid on deposiu at tbe rate ol sis
pur cent, per annum, atarcblstand Septem
ber 1st . Interest not withdrawn ia added isuma
- " vxnooA- 'im
IV ep oa it money svna no out
else can draw it.
Cien every business day from 9a . m . to S p in.
Saturday evening for savings deposiu only
roin 10 o c oc. jjYBIOP. Traaaarar.
MT. OARBON(B!g Muddy)
Urdare for Coal br the oar-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly aiiena.ua w.
BBasrTa larva oonaumera and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
oaonth or year, ai umiorm raie.
CAIB0 CITT COAL C0MPAHY.
rj-Ualliday Bro 's office, No. 70 Ohio Levee
jrrAauiaay nro wmiimui.
ra-At Eirviiti o Mills, or
iJ-At the Coal Dump, foot f Tautr-Klgbta
3Pet Office Drawer, 1
1 Natl' B ANTE.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CAN DEE
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City Xttitaal laak BniliUg, aatairs.
7aa Oldaat XatabUahad Aaanoy ia Bout
aim IlUnoia, rapraaaavUnc ar
66 OOO OOO
tOMTHSIDE Or KIOSTH STJLEK1
Btw IWaeJfcajBaa aaA
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol In
Uepubllcan party, and relusn to be tram
mulled 1. the dk-tatlonof any clique in the
It beileves that tbe Republican party aaa
ulfllled iu mission, and that the Demo
.ratio party as now organized sboulu be re
stored to power.
It believe tbe Radical tyranny that b
or several years oppressed the Soutb
thould be overthrown and tbe people rt id
southern States permitted to control Uteu
It believes that railroad corporation
ibould be prohibited by leirls'atlTe eraru
nenu from extortinjc and unjustly drcnn
It recoirnUus t he coiuli'y tu b-
lore the law.
It advocates free commerce tariff lot
it advocates rcaumi tion ot speiie j sy-
meet, and honest payment ol tbe public
It advocates economy in the a l.nmiitre
tton ol public aOalrs
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Bulletin will publish all the lorai news
ol Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Po
litical, foreign and General News, and en
deavor to please all tastes and interest ab
Is a thirty-two toiumn paper, lurntsbed to
subscribers lor the low price of
$1 25 PER TEAR,
Postage prepaid. 11 Is tbe cheapest papa
in the West, and la a pleasiag Firesid
Visitor and Family Companion,
Cannot lall to eee tbe utvaled Induce
meets offered by Tbe Bulletin In the way
e)l cheap aud prellable advertisements.