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JOHN H. WLUT,
Attorney t Iaw.
omCR i At residence KlnOi Bliwt, t
twwiWvhlulM avenue Md Walnut fl
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S.ea, 33-u.Hotln. S-a.ll line, C$rnt Pwalftis. Straot ul TTaalxlxictcxi ...
AM. KIM IH
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNKDSAY. SEPTEMBER G, 1870.
At Us TtitlxtTtit Offlr. Cairo, Illinois
"TOWN AND COUNTRY"
in in m
Your House Needs
Not ajdy because it look dingy and rusty, but lor the mere Important reason tlmt it
wantt protection from tbe weather. With tbia Paint, FOK A KMALI. AI M,
you can 1'iotoct and BeautllT your bourn, making it
Attractive and Inviting.
The Town and Country Heady Mixed I'aint are prepared from pure white wad,
pure Oxide oi Zinc, and the Hurst and strongest lelorin;,' material obtainable, mixed
with prepared Linseed Oil, which dtloi with a glnsa and durability unattainable by
' Use same materials mlxealnt.be ordinary manner. '
Iead and Zinc, mixed In this way, are not affected by hanscc of temperature, will
not crack, blister, ped, Auk or chalk, and will always dry with the highest possible
polish. They are warranted to stand under all eriosur, and will form a perfectly
water-proof covering. rery elastic and beautiful. The will work freely under the bu-h,
and may be applied by the. matt inexperienced person w hen the directions are followed,
though tbe employment of regular painter U advised w hen obtainable.
This I'aint Is always Keady for ue wit hint the lnconfcbicnee or expense of
any addiliouul material.
One Gallon will Cover
Call and get a circular giving all desired information in regard to the
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
ONLY TO 11 K HAD AT TUB "SIUN OF THE GOLDEN LION,"
Fera and km
The Greatest Discovery Age
(Patented April I J, 170.)
Hodden' Fever and A?u !! it no imposition, nor doe it pre end to
cure without medicine. The Pad It medicated with effective compound,
and cure by absorption, acting direct on the Liver and Stomach Immed
iately, thua taking from tbe syU in all malaria and liilious poisons, lloders
fever and Ague Pad make alao a sure cure in all ;l-ease (.'ruling out of
a disordered Liver.
The PuHIc are -diitiorjcd SLMin-d pur h:i-ing tie counterfeit article, us
there are one or two tu the market: as voiir ilni.-ui-t for Kodgers' Fever
and Ague I'ad. I'at. Apnl Villi, 170. Tins i in : otilv original pad. lie
sure aod auk tor the patented article. 'I be pi in of ledgers' Fever and
Ague I'ad la only 1 ami is ent poai-paid tt any a.i re on receipt ot pric.
Observe direction and buy none but Hodrera'. For Dale by
CU and vet a Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
For tbe Cure of tbe lilt tbat Flesh is Heir to- Pure and Fresh. Ob
tained Direct from tbeir Sources and Kept on Ice.
mmm mem web
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of tbe above Waters for eale on draught In Bottlee, by the Gallon in
' Jug's or Keg-, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BEOS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO. & CO.
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kj J2j w mi i r i
NOS. 266 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
WE AKE SPECIAL
AND HAVE A
ANI AS EMLES
lilies' Fine ilold Watch,
Gold Opera l ham,
silver Vest Chain,
Card W land a,
Uol'l loom 1'lCkS,
Uolit Watch key,
( orul Heads,
Coral Sets ami Kings,
Tea Seta, '
OiAcd and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
als and Tools for Jewelers.
gfEvery ooa visiting CHICAGO should oall at our Mtabloihiuent anJ examine our Goods"S I
The Cheapest Prices is our Motto. ;
200 to 250 Square Feet
General Atrents, Cairo, Illinois.
FULL STOCK OF
Cup anil CiobUU,
I .ad lea' Nets,
liera IjlamMea, to
J rant's larnnioae I.ibfl om MUftlo
lr. I. J. Stnitli, of Artcsln, Miss.,
Aujr. 10, to the New York .S'mm, In regard
to Grant's blaudur upon the Stule of Mis
BlsRipt'i, cays :
The pn-sident, wlifti called upon by
the senate for In formation about the
Hamburg, 8. C, riot, branched off upon
Mississippi matter, and paid: "Missis
sippi I" governed to-day by olllelaU
choaen through fraud and violence such
as scarcely would Iks accredited to sav
ages, much less to a civilized and Chris
Now, I will give the position our state
occupied at lat election. Four-tiftlis of
all the olliccrs in the atat were filled by
Krpublicans. All of our judges and chan
cellors were appointed by the governor,
and all ot them, without a single excep
tion, were Hepublicans.and all ot Alcorn's
appointments, who voted for him tor
governor Instead ot for Ames, were Im
mediately dism'wM'd upon Ames' inau
guration. All the counties had three
regi.itrars.appointi'd by the govcrnor.two
of whom were Republicans and one a
Democrat. The registrars, at every elec
tion apiKjinted three supervisors ol elec
tion, two of w hom were Republican and
one a Democrat, and the returning olllcer
was nearly always a Republican, or such
a Democrat as tne Republican party of
the bonrd of registrars had explicit con
fidence in, but the appointment of a Dem
ocrat as returning officer was rare.
Now if these are the facts what grounds
then had President Grant or any one else
to say that our olllcials were chosen
through traud and violence? 1 will ven
ture the assertion that there was no more
of fraud and violence in our elections lat
fall than In any northern state. And as to
crime ot all sort, 1 will futher venture to
say that our We has less to record than
any of the northern states of the same
A" to calling our people worse than
savages was an ex predion utterly unbe
coming the prehidcnt.and was made use ot
by him as an excuse for drawing the
troops away from our frontier, on the
plea that "the southern penile needed
more flogging than Sitting Hull.
If the president will rt tlect for a mo
ment, he will remember that Mississippi
hasjbornc upon her soil some noble and in
telligent men, whose civilization far ex
ceeds his ow n.
Ho the h'htorol the Courier-Journal.
I'yulkn's lkrcK, Hardin t'orxiv,
Tk.nn., Aug. 27, 1S70. In the year lil 1
was engaged in business with my broth
er, sutler ai Fort Ueckinridwe, Arizona,
w hich is, or was at that time, in the Apa
che country. During a part ol the tiine
I was at the poi-t the Indians were at
peace with the whiles, and came often to
the po-t to trade. On several of their
vi-its I noticed a white man with them,
whom they railed "Vuiiu."' and who
llM.y p)MMhMi 4 lrt mm a etolef I lecitfu;
somewhat acquainted with Yuma, but
could learn nothing trom him concerning
his history, but from the oiliccr ot the
pot, graduates ol West Point, I learned
that hN name was McLane; that he was
trom Missouri, and a graduate ol West
I'oint, which place hi; was comK-lled to
leave for misconduct without receiving
his couiinisMon. That after leaving
Wet Point he went to alilornia, where
he lived several years with the Vuma
lnlian, trom which tribe he took the
name he waknown by then ( Vuma). At
the time I sjM:ak ot he had drifted over
into Arizona, and was living with the
When Vuma visited the post at the time
referred to be was dressed as a w hite
man. hut parties who knew him well told
me they had often seen him dressed In
regular Indian style, with breei h-clout,
paint, etc. I remember on one occa
sion when he visited the post he was ta
ken sick with a chill, and the "medicine
man" of the party doctored him Indain
A short time after the war broke out
the troops left Arizona, and what became
of Yuma I know not, but have no boubl
but that be and "Bisson," the man refer
red to in the article taken from the Bal
timore (Jaseite. published in the M'ee.lt
Caitritr-Joumal of the 23d inst.. are outs
andthe same person, and I think it im-
sihle and not improbable, that the is the
' Setiitg Hull' of the Sioux.
R. K. IUir.o.
IIaca' .Maonoi.ia Bai.m preserves
and restores the complexion, removes
freckles, inn and sallow ness ; makes the
skin soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected. 3-ludawly
Lyon's Katiiairon makes beautiiul
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charminglv perfumed
and has norival. 3-"u-l&wly
SORTUSIDE OF EIGHTH STREE1
Bstwo D Washintrton ud Oommerois
Lincoln Batter Powder
Uuuu I'rrali Butler all tb Year Honu
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Butter Powder i ao entirely
harmless article made trom a celebrated
English recipe, and now in daily ue by
many of tbe most nnietl farmers in the
butter count! around Philadelphia.
la not weather tlii Powder make butter
much tinner and sweeter than It usually is,
and keeps it from turning ran id. It lwo
removes the strong flavor of turnip, garlic,
weed, enru stalks, cotton seed, etc.; and
the increased yield of butter much mors
than pays the trifling expense of using it.
S3 Oats Per Parkas;.
WuoLtA!- Depot: IW Market St.
rjlbs "Weekly Bulletin,"
I .S3 peryer, postage prepaid, to any address
BEST AND CHEAPEST
ml lrtlblUbe4 M 8 , uhvrn ,. inoU
rOKTr tkAUS RCroltB TMK Pt HI.IC,
DR. C. M?LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
rpiIK countenance is pale an J
J lcaden-coloretl, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribe! Rjot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull ; the pupilsdilate; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye lid;
the no:;e is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds ; a swell ing of the tipper
lip ; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears ; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach; occasional nausea
and vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; stools slimy; not
imfropiently tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimesdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. M. LANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT IXiHS NOT CONTAIN MURCCRY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
re I n, tit't capable of (Mug the slight
est injury to ,'he most ten kr infant.
Tbe genuine I)r. MV Lane's Yi;r.
M!Kf;i: bears the signatures of C.
MVLane and Fleminu Uroh. on the
DR. C. MCLANCS
These Pills are nt recommended
a a remedy for "nil ttio ills that
1! sh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all lii lions f'om
pl iiiils, Dy.-pepsia and .Sick Head
ache, or .disease of that character,
tin y i tund without a rival.
A CUE A XI) PL VEIL
No 1 -tier cullinrtio run le
p:vp:iratory to, or after taking Qui
t.'iif. As ;i .-iiiijjlo purgative tiicy r,re
RF.IVAHK OP IMITATION'.
iLi g.iiiiino are ntver mgar
La. -h box lias a red wax seal on
the lid, with the inipn t.-'hju Dir.
MVLane's Livkr Pili.s.
Liii h wrapper bears thesignatut ts
d'C. MVLASKand Feeminu Ilium.
Sold by all res-jectabl.; druggi-U
and eriunl ry storekef'pors yvnerally.
37 Conrl Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
mt x"iutul, bll prflii- ft ill -ivv.
Cure all lorms of PRIVATE,
CHRONIC atid SEXUAL 11sL
Spermatorrhea and Im potency,
tut reult of slf-ttuM tu vcutti. ruai . m
lurcr year. r otlicr cue. auJ tritu.iig mnuu1 ihr uA
id vlftf-l: X oui-. Keuiiiial tuiMft-. miarhi tiut
aiout t.v dmniaj. liiiutirs fhtsitit, lKtt-tic Ueiiiury, fliy-vi'-allltvfty.
Piruplii.o Vwt, Atcniub i,Hti.ctt ol frftnal.J
rvuluiB of ia,a, Ia- ot fsxm t twrr. 4.-,. r.-. dt-rmc
iurnje Uu(tr-.T or tittt.ai.py, n; iWoutil nl Vnu
nmly cur.-t. SYPHILIS P"'' n-a .uj
rSt trVulr, m tLe ; ru,i o OoBorrhea,
iiLslZsl, Hrnotur. tir-Litli. Hlui. huplufJ
Pii- bj l Un-r prtvii iiiM4r iuk klv rurvJ.
It I" Hf-x Lieut tl.ut a pj.j k'mli mIio pu mhIaI tt(MituQ
in i itruifl clan uf distifc. aiitl (n-aiiUK thuuili aur
ally, avutr r.al aaill. Vi sk ian ku minC tj.ia fact t-rt"!
rwofttmf-ud priij tu my care. H'hcu it it liH-ibiiiit ui la
Uw-ctt? for trataiiu. aitOktuf caa tc aut irivau-iy
ftii't n.ty uiail or carMs auj litre.
Cares Guaranteed in all Caaee
i wuuita(itua irankaHtr r h Wttw U and loTit.-J.
CUrtt rraiiooalfk aLtl corrvspLdeuc trtctlt tvuiivbUl.
Of J00 'tt, rtit to any addrea, w-rarclT eU-4, ftr tfeirtj
() ctnu, Sboulil U" read br all. Aitra a itsit,
Offict bourt frotu V A. U. b f. U. 8uuUy, f to 4 P. M.
II lQiutrttd Work fTS
TUMCa, pnvau eouBM
tu the immrd aud mar
n III II IT of the ftcxuai tvmm, iu buai-,
llllllF. U-t Lalf-4 fflaeuTrrivt tn Ut
autf liiiadla av.'d ftatouid rtad - P"n h ; i
c uuuiu uttoruiAUuQ. hi U no uua am aMlora ls bm VUh.
out) uu huw u prterve tiia health, ao J complvi ion, fi
fTivvto fulnl tlivrki Uie trehleaotjoiithtthb'ataii4
uu't trua MamarGuid in Ui world- Fries ibetut
hs Mail. Tb author niajr b oonauiirU paraunally t bf
if tan uu any or trie tumet'ia nirmiuiwu iu uia wura.A
1" A. ft, OliTTi1! Iff V ;rh'iT"" iVh" UL
tjuintivi- Jioui4 knuv on
Courtship, Mam are, ILa
ana H vilatiOT) of th
he i ua i ivftcm. htiw nrm
It Bind of Diaraaea, with hundntla of valuable receipt.
Addn-ee. Hr. C. A- rVttitNAN. i0rUi Itith atrowk.
bi. Louia, Uu. Katabluhed iu l2
"Piirijr . r,. ipfrirn. in tlic Irc.liut ul ol Sexual anci
X7Xi L. A PhyiialoKival View of Murriu
JSffi f Sir Itie marrutl uU lli.e ruiiti'iiiplntth
a liiarriuKr. uu liieniy.li-riveul' H-uu4uci.
luu (lid III nvrvt InSrluitirtuI ,uult,
ntsiihu.d tnl woiiiKiihmMj An il.imrui Imkik nt 'StA 14 ,.,
lur pnv r.an.K, kirli l.uuiu Iw 'W iiultl iwck uui
kiy. riitun.l.rl fi.rSOcli.
A PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE on ill uimK
o PrivuU Mature iu boll. ., tkr mli;. ami u..
.r.l. i.,.llh lual.jnna, anil UrmraiiuliUK.L4JUilta
HJ'Ji'ilt '" I u mfc r al lo r a 1 u.
MEDICAL ADVICE un SVualai.d CKrouic Oiaraara,
iiimal M ,11111cm, l alarih, l'aiuwr,Uuulure,llu:luuia
llahit, kr., a.M.aif ,.rk aral undrr ! lur IU eta. All
three baeha t-uuutiuiug StfO patfeeaiidvvcryiliiujt wurtU
anoa ui uu the Mibject, mmui eeuurely eale4 an ru-
iLLS. NORMAL UKI VERS1TV
Nriuial, MrLeaa, t'.. Ilia.,
Kor the pivuarutlon of taau'hent. Kxclusltt'ly
rioltaaiunul iiialriirlion forlliote who are re
liarwl lor it. 'J union fr. Next Urm U-Kina
tVU'inber 4lh, ItCS. Huriur a'ad!iiiMs ialruo
tion at low nttva, tu Hie Mutlfl deiutrtJiirnt.
AlaitI to any arade, fn'iu Die vouitKfat UHls
tu thu UUiiik ur liie U-l colkg,. (h-uJ for
Oitaloue, or adilrms,
A , hOl V. 11 EWE IT. frsa't.
A'W- Jlm Normal, 111.
v iiuuiu niarr.inr uiipfutnit-iM irnK, inir na
ture aud curv. Trt-aU on ail i ! , fully explaining their
vMiuar. ayniptuin and nimna iv cure ; it ta the only rt ally
at-ientific urk (h- kind ever published, aiwl UrtntpUt
1U everv ffWi1. Sent af-ur' apaltl uti roiint n an
City National Bank
W. r IIAL1.IDAY, Prrniilpnt.
HENRY I.. IIAUJIAY. VioePresl.
A. R HArroRI), (Ahl;.
WAI.TKK HYSLOP. Aks'i Cashier.
B. BfaAT Taylor, R II. l'r-i!ona!,
II I.. llALLtDAT, W. I'. llAI.I.IDAT,
O. I). WlLUAMWO. HrEI-ltSN IIIKD,
A . IS. SArroKu,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received anil a general JUnking
buninygg done .
T Uroiis, President. II. Wella, Caxhier.
P. eff. Vice l'rea't. T, J. Kerth, A est. aoh'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
K. llro, Coiro. U'ni, Klupc, Cairo.
P. Nt ff, t:iro. Wm. Willie, Cairo.
A . Sunanka, Cairo. It 1,. ilillinirHley , t. I)uio
y . llmit-r, Cairo. 11. Wella, Cairo.
V. U. Krinkman. St. 1-oum,
I. Y. Cleinson, Caleilonia.
i Urnrial BnnklnK Uunliima lloae.
r"Exchanire aolil anl bought . Interest ittiJ
n the saving lH-iartnient. Collections lna.it',
n-l all buiin eau tiioiiijitlv ulkii'11 tu .
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1868
CITY NATIONAL BANE, CAIRO
A. II SAFFOKD, President.
S S TAYI.OK, Vice Premdeut.
W. UYbLOP, Sec'T and Xreaaurer.
P.W. 'Kabi LAY.
f. M. XTOl KKLETII,
Pai l (J Si nni.
It. II. ClU.NINOHAM, 11. L. llALLIUAY,
.1. AI- PiiiLurs.
T NT K RE ST laid on deposits at tbe rate ol six
A. p-r cent . per annum, Alarm iHtami iteui-n-r
Int. Jntert-nt not withdrawn is added t mine
liutely to the iriuciuil of the di'j.omtn, tlu n by
ivius: tueiu coiuuouuu iniereet.
Harried Women and Children may
ueposit money anct no one
else can draw it.
Oien every business day from 9a.m. to !t n.ni
aj Saturday evenings fur aavings deosits only
rum o to e u cioc a .
W. HY8IJP. Treasurer.
" R.MYTH & CO.r
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
WINK OF ALL KIN UN.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS. 8MYT1I A CO. have constantly
a large stuck ot the beet goodo Ui Uie mar
ket, and iriveeer.ial attention to I be Hbuieeal
rani ii en me nuainesa.
Chartered uy the
8tate of llliuois
for Uie ex)ires
purpose ol giving
liuiuediiits rein f
uaucaeeeor private, chronic, and urinary di
seases in all their coinnlipjited forms. It is well
known tbat Dr. James has stood at the head of
the iroiemion for the uutt ao years. Age and
experieuceareall-iniiKiruint. NetuinNl Heah.
liraa, night lottnes by dreama. Jiiiuplea on the
lace, loat manhood, can uoaitively le cureed
Uiilies wanting tbe moat delicate attentiun, call
or write, t'leaaaut iiome for intients. A bMk
for tbe milliun. Alarriuge Guide, which tolls
you all about thebediaeaaes who should marry
why not lo cents to pay ioatug. Dr. Jume
has iW rooms and parlor. Yuu see no one but
the doctor oilice hours, tt a.m. In 7 p.m. Sun
days, W to I J. All busineas strictly confldcn
oMained in the United
h la tea, Cauada, and Ku
roM) terms as low as
thoaeof any other relia
ble houae. Correauou
deuce in r ted in lbs ng-
liah and foreign anguages, witn Inventor. At
torney st Iaiw, und oilier Soluiitora, eapeciall
w th tbone who have bad their caes rejwled la
tbe bands ol other attorneys. In rejected cum's
our leea are reasonable, and no charge is mads
unless we are sueceaaful.
If you want a pal.
or sketetb and a
full description ol
V will wake an
t iaiiiinufiniial the pateul oftice, and II we think
il paUntalde, will aeud you paiien and ailvioa,
and proaeculc your case. Our h Will be ia or
If Oral or written in mailers
Oral or written in matters
11. keliey, Esq., gre'f
National Urange. Loulaville, Ky ) Coiuinodor
liaa'l Auiiuea, V. S). N., WaaUuftua. i. 0
aa'l Auiiuea, V.f. St., v aauiugiua, t. u.
t t-seiui blamp for our "Guide lor obtain
ing Pateuts,' ' a book of so ges .
AdMreas Lssl Bawcr s '., Solicl
tors of Patents, W ashing tou, U. C.
This irrt-nt Ibtt-rmitlnnal Kxliibilion, !
signed to conimetuornte t lie onn hundredth
anniversary ol' American iDdependi.'nce,
oeliPl May llltli, and will cloe November
lotli, IsTit. All the nations ol the world
and all tbe oUttes nml territories of the l'n
ion are p:irtioipntini; in Him wonderful de
monstration, bringing topetlier llie most
eninirobcniive collection ot nrt tresure,
mechanical inventions, sclent ilic discover
fries, iiiHiiiiHivturiii aclilcvcinents, miner
al specimen", and agricultural products
ezer exhibited. '1 ho grounds devoted t
the exhibition arc situated on the line of
the l'ennsylvani:i Uailruad and cmbrnce 4'o
acre of K'ltlrinount Turk, all highly lm
proved and ornamented, on which nre
erected the largest buildings ever construc
ted live of there covering an urea of tilty
acres and cos'inu .".0UUKX). The total
number of building erected for the pur
poses of the exhibition Is near two hun
dred. During the tliii ts days imtneil:itrly
followint; the opening or the exhibition a
million and a quarter ol people visile J it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE GBEAT TBDNK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the mos. direct: convenient and econom
ical way ot reaching Philadelphia und this
great Exhibition trom all sections of the
country. Its trains too and trom Philadel
phia will pass tliroullh u grand Centeouial
depot, which the company has erected at
the main entrance to the Kxhibition
grounds for the aecomtiiodutlon of passen
gers who wl li to stop at or start from the
liumerous large hotels contiguous to this
station ane the Exhibition a convenience
ot the greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by the I'ennsylvrnia ltail
uad, which is the only line running direct
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will a Iso stop at the Encampment of
he Patrons of Husbandry, at Elm Station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Mailroid is tbe graud
est railway organization iu the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New York, Baltimore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night cars tire
run from Chicago, st. Louis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati, ludian'ipolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change.
its main line Is laid wlte double and third
tracks ol heavy steel rails upon a deep bei
of broken stone ballast, and its bridghs are
all of iron or stone, its passenger trains
arc equipped with every kno.vn improve
ment lor comfort and safety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances thuu the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company has largely increased its equip
ment for C'edtenuial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, nt short
notice sutttelent to f nil v accommodate any
any extra demand. T'be unequalled re
sources at the command of the comtmnv
ol the company guarantee the most perfjct
uccoiiiuioiiaiious tor an us patrons uunng
the centennial inhibition.
The mairniticeut scenery for which the
l'enusylvauia Kailroad is 'so justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler ovtr its pertect
roadway an ever-changini' panorama ot
river mountain and landscape ii vs uue
qtialcd in America.
1 lie eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals will be furnished at suit
able hours and ample time allowed lor tu
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the prlneipul railroad ticket
oulces in the West, Northwest und houtli
west. lie sure that your tickets read ma the
Great Pennsylvania mute to Uu Centen
nial. KUAMv THOMSON, I. M. HoYI..Ir
Oen. Manager. (ien. l'ass'r Agt
To whom Pensions are
D A Tn KVKI1Y Moldler
rfHtf i"'""" L " while in the line
anil diachara-e of duty, either by accident o
tberwlse, should bare a penalon. Tbe loss o.
itlee you to a pension. A ruptun
ow ilfgbt, gives yon a pension,
i of a toe gives you a pernio a.
no msiaer now
"A as loss or an eye gives you a peaaion.
Any injury will give you a pension. ,
who are now drawuig a penalon. are JuiMvenU.
tied to an increase.
on and Bonnty Acta.
asend I atampi
fur" god v of Pension
Address, p. H. FITZCERALD.
United States Claim Agent, Indianapolis, Isov
ttafOa all letters mark P. O. Box 64.af
,tatlQ what ripfr ffu lit tbtt aJrorllu
0 CA1LAHAN & HALL,
Hoofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stores
Jobbing Promptly Dona.
VISSCHEB & HALL'S
Warranted equal to aujr folaab iu lite
market, sad far superior lo t un.
rrntratrtl l y for all puruoNt
for wblcti it la iiM'tl.
1'ut un in one nouud melal cans, convndcnl
for use in families for making hard and soft
toapa, and fur clcauing purHaea generally, in
fection lor making aoap, etc., accumpauing
t'or cleaning type, iiresaes, niacbin. ry , paints,
softeullig water, waaliiiig sinks and fruit tns-s
iu tlie aprlag, It Is uuetutlel for exceJleiice aud
Convenience of au-kagi'. t'or sale by Oroc, r
and llruggisK everywhere.
Viaarlse-r Hall'a laa-lieile sad
Itiaisifertaat fata tier ia iuvaliuibla for the
destruction of tbe potato bug.cotton worut.gruas-
Hoppers, uticc, rats, roaulias, luaecta, aud ver
uiiu of all kiuda. It ia lianuleaa la uuui and
auiuuila, ami ar ubeair tnaa 1'aria green tor
Ilia uuairucuoa oi veruiin . ii ia also mvalua
bic aa a liseulucuuil, purifying the air ia boapi
Ulaaud sick roouia, and Ueatvoyiug tbe odor ul'
sinks, cellars. SUblea, ee. lulup In oiu pouud
ran. "c sale by Uruggiau and 4.rovr
everywhere VIM 1IKU A I1AI.I-.
aiauuiaciurers, is ail M., sew ) oik.
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose tbe policies of rhe
Kcpublican party, and relusn to be tram
melled by tbe dictation ol any clique In ti e
It bedoves tbat tbe Uepubllcan party bas
fjltllltd its mission, and tbat tbe Demo
cratic party as now organized sboulti be re.
utored to power.
It believes tbe Radical tyranny t
(or several years oppressed tbe Poutti
ihoulJ be overthrown an J tbo people ri tbo
Douthcrn States ptriulttnd to cootroi tbeu
It believes tbat railroad corporation
s jould be probiMted by legislative rt:ai ts
nidnts from cxtortmff and unjustly dsscn ru
inating in tbelr business transactions with
It rcco,;nicH tbe equsliiy o be
lore the law,
It advocates free conmsree tariff for
it advocates resumption ot specie pay
ment, and boncst payment of tbe public
It advocates economy in the aJiniolatrs
tlon ol public aflalrs
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tbo liulletin will publish all tbe locai news
ol Cairo, and a varioty of Commercial, Pu.
Utlual, rrti;n and General News, and et
deavor to please all tastes and interest all
- T II K -
Is thirty-two column paper, lurntsbed to
subscribers for tbe low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
t'ostage prepaid. It Is fbe cheapest papt r
in tbe West, and is a pleasing Firesice
Visitor au J Family Companion.
Cannot tail to see tbe unrival lujjic
ments offered by Tbe Hulietln lb tbt mm
of cheap and profitable advertUemen's.
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