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J OHN H. MVUIT, .
4 Harney nt Iaw. -
OrnCK : At residence on Ninth Htrrol, I .
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1870.
Al (lie IIcli.btii Olllo. Cairo, Illinois
Your House Needs
Sot only lieriiine It look dinry an I ruty, hnt lor the mors important rsison tlmtj it
waut protection rrom the weather. With thin 1'mint, Kilt A Ml AM. SI'M,
j on inn 1'ioti-ct and lirautiiy your hruAo, making it
Attractive and Inviting.
The Town and Country Ready Mixed Paint are prepared from purs white lead.
Viire Oxiile ol inn, ami thr finest und trort(.'Ct coloring material obtainable, mixed
Aitli prepared l.in!t)d til, which dries with ltn aol durability unattainable by
I lie .'Hue material mixed hi the ordinary manner.
Ind and I n it. mixed in this way, am lot affected by change of temperature, will
not crack, blister, peel, flake or chalk, and will always dry with the highest possible
polish. They are warranted to stand under all exposure,, and will form' ptrfeetif
wider-proof covering, very elastic und beautiful. Thry will Work freely tinder the brush,
and may be applied by the most inexperienced person when the direction are follow ed,
llioiijh the employment ol regular painter fa advied when obtainable.
Thin Paint 1" always Keudy for ti-e without the Inconvenience, or expeiire of
any additional material.
One Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Call and tret a circular ri inv; all desired information in regard to the
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
ONLY TO UK HAD AT TMK "SIGN OF 'J 1 1 K GOI.DK.N LION,"
Fever isd Ape Pad
The Greatest Discovery! Age
(Patented April 12, lfTO.)
Kodtfeis' Fever und Agm Pad in no imposition, nor doe it pre end to
cure without medicine. The Pud in medicated with effective compound,
and cures by absorption, acting direct on the I.iver and Stomach immcd
iatrty.thii takinir from the aytam all malaria and Hilioui poisons. Rodger'
Kever and Ague l'ad nukes alio a aure cure in all flit-eases growing out of
a disordered Liver.
The l'ul'llc are cautioned against ptir.'lialnjr tie counterfeit article, ai
there are one or two iu the market: ask vour druggist for Rodger' fever
and Afiic l'ad. Tut. Apiil IJlb. 170. "This i tn i onlv original pad. Ite
cure and ask for the patented article. 1 he price of 1'odirer' Fever and
Ague l'ad i only l ami I sent post-paid ti any ad re on receipt of price.
tiucrve direction and buy none but Rodcis'. For Kale by
Call and net a Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
the Cure of the Ilia that Flesh is Iloir to. Pare and Fresh. Ob
tained Direct from their Sources and Kept on Ico.
DETBESDA wow toer
Of We ukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of the above Waters for aale on draught in Bottles, by the Gallon in
Jugs or Kegs, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY .. BROS., Druggists,'. - f
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
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1 MssaaiassssasBsaiaaaaisMajp " mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmJ
General Agent. Cairo, lUinola.
. Nehnra and the Tllden Til.
(Chicago 'time )
Curl S liiirz brcH-chcH pocket must tr
pitting raKcd. Tho German vou- Hint
lie u4il to keep there set'ins to drop out
like fine Kami from a corn bwvo. The
only two I' publlcan Uerinnn journal In
Northern Indiana, the Taghlntt ami Volk
firuml, of Fort Wayne, have nt the
Seventh liour discovered the hideous
company the KUixrt of Hayes put tliem
in, and tfivc in their adhiKion to the star
of reform and besom of ptirifieation, our
F nclc Samuel. J hedriltol the 'J'ihlcu
tide was never stronger in the went than
Ills now, whatever it may tie in the
Kast, where the Nation and Springfield
ltepublu-an, the only journals to he
trusted as fo honesty, independ
ence, or inttilligenee, ileclare that
Ids chances have lessciusl crccptiMy
aiiicti the inglorious Saratoga muddle
ami the growing misapprehension of De
coy Illiss' income fabrication. - This may
lc true. TIkj Saratoga faux pan which
has been more than nfoncd lor by tho nom
ination ol Adams.J Uobinson, and Hub
hnnl, never created any feeling in the
went wive regret. What peonle want out
here is reform, and it is iinposfible, with
the old parlies, to get it from the bottom.
The yearning for a change is stronger
now than it was during the amazing dis
closures ol last winter, since the people
ce with genuine alarm that the rogues,
unabashed by these disclosures, are busy
ing themselves on every stump, claiming
support on issues wholly extraneous
from the vital questions at stake. The
speeches of the Ingersolls, Maine,
Logans, and Mortons arc do.
ing more to arouse tho ebbing
interest of the Independents than any one
clement, save the grotesque misrepresen
tation of the partisan presses, many of
which but a few months ago were lustily
decrying the men and measures they are
now, ludicrously though, urging on their
unquestionably decreasing Ifsta of readers.
We judge these things from copious pri
vate correspondence with Republicans all
over the west, and from the constant and
surprising grow th of the circulation ot
the Timet in the regions where Republi
cans have been heretofore rather ind'ttler
ent to even independent presenta
tion of political discussions or
as independent as it is possible
for an honest journal to be with such
foul conditions to choose from. It will
surprise the average party person to
learn that the burden of complaint with
the Independent voter Is to the effect
that the Time gives too much considera
tion to the sham claims of the sham can
didacy of Haves. They hold that Gov.
Hayes, found in such company, is enti
tled to no more consideration than the
llutlers, Chandlers, and 'Mortons who
are giving their time to the present un
speakably base canvass. The truth Is,
however, that nothing is beitcr calculated
to grind the corrupt leadership ot the
prcient dominant party into fragments
than the wrath w hich their ow n shame
lessness arouse). That alone would
make the election oi Tilden a certainty it
there were nothing more powerful.
The Old Reliable
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Has rc-oiieiied his establishment in the
Where can be found an extra fine hto.'k
of K"od in hi line.
iive .lone a call. K-lH-tf.
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I. Ktl'OK DEAI.KRA-
R. SMYTH& CO.,
Wboteaale and lb-tail Dealer in
Foreign and Domeatio
WIN F.N OF ALT, HI. MIS,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MKSSBf. MfYTII CO. have eonnUnily
a Urge alock ot the bent goods iu luu inar
ket, and give eupccial attention to I he ftuoltwate
ranch of the lmHint-
. . -t
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
190 W, Foirtli SI, CIKCMATI, 0
Are authorised to contract for adTertis
lag la this imuer. '
Kitimatet furaiihed free. Bend for Circular
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE1
Betwan Washington and Oomnaerota
aad I ritMkllii
at iret'U, hi.
( hunt-till liy the
State of lllinoia
fur the exireMi
iiurfuiw iit civiiijc
Ball uaaeavf private, clironlc, uml uniiarydi
eeate in all their C4iiiiilicatt foruia. It ia well
kuows that Dr. James ha tood at the head ol
the profusion for the ut i year. Age and
exurieiicearvall-iuiiorbtut. Neuiliiul W eak
ieaa, night loe by dmtiu. iiiuilc on the
face. lot mauhiiod, can itositivi-ly l t-uivwl
Idiea wauling II te niout urliuate uttcutiuu, call
or write. I'Wasaut honie for iatitaut. A book
fur the luilliun. Marriage liuide, which tell
you all about theediM!M who ahoiild marry
why not 10 cent to ijr jMUi(u. I r Jaiue
ha M room aud (xtrlor. Vou w no oue but
the ducUir oiuce hour, a.m. to 7 ni. Sim
day, iu to li. All huainea atciclly ruiilMeu
rouTT i v.x r Mi ronr. the m iilio.
DR. C. M?LAN'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
'PUB countenance u jialo and
L leaden-coloretl, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed sKit on
one or lioth checks ; the eyes U( onie
dull; thepupilsdilatc; an azure semi
circle runs alonp; the lower eye lid;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds; a swelling of the tippxT
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears; an
unusual sec retion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par-,
ticularly in the morning; apietitc
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
unfrequently tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionaJly diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimesdry and convulsive;
unea;y 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. MVLANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a care.
IT 1XJF..S NOT CONTAIN MTKCXRY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration , not capable of doin:thc sirit
tit injury to .he most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. MVLani.'s Vr.n
mifuoe bears the signatures of C.
MVLane and Fleming Luos. on the
DR. C. KCLANE'S
These 1'ill.s are not recommended
n a remedy for "all tho ills that
lksli is heir t," but in nict'ions of
the I.iver, and in ail Dilious Com
plaints, Dyncp.-ia and Hick Head
ache, or diseased of that character,
they ttand without a rival.
A r.Ui: AND FEVER.
I"i hotter cathartic can be used
pjepaiaiory to, or after taking Qui
nine. As a simple purgative they are
BKWAnE OP IMITATION'S.
The gi ntiine mo never ftigar
Eiu h box lias a red wax seal on
the lij, with the impression Dn.
MVLank'h Livku l'ii.i.
Each wrapper bears thesignatuiva
of (. MVL.iXKand Fleming Jjkos.
Hold by all respectable dmggisU
and country storekeepers uon'rally.
An overdone of dluuer often d.Tanpa
the rHtem, bring oil flutiilLMice and wiml coliu,
ami kiilijet'.U the .tinit to great bodily auOt r
iug. A single dose of
Tarrant'! Seltzar Aparent
will correct the acidity, relieve the pain, -rrv
oil the ofli-U'tiiii; caiie, and ve aoiiii-tinie a
a long niieil of illiiMt. It tlTer.t are Kentle and
tlioriiiiKli, and il general Use would revenl
nun li auUering.
hOLl I1Y AM. IIKI GG19TS.
A dar at home. Airent wntl On ill I
ami terms free. Tit U E A CO., AuguU,
If you want relialil information, where and how
to get a cheap Farm or voverument Home
stead free lend your addrea to M. J, tIL
W,"KE, Land dtiuiuiuiuner, Lawrence Kaiinit
and receive grati a cojiy of The Kansas Pa
C7 7Ra week to agents. Hatnile free.
0 O. V1CKEKY. Allgui.1. Maine.
"elHliratrd tnr It Parity, atrensthand Flavor
IVamnied to Keep llckli . W't Guarantee It U
iwrnllrely free from Hulpk'iric Acid or other deleter!
u luUtanre, wlih which Mo 1 tufnar ! adulterated
r.ir Mle l.y all Grocer. Lirgett Vinegar Work la tlx
urlu. jjmO.lstd, K. L. fltLltiSlNQ CO.. Chicago
pCHTClOurlanfe life-like U1 engraving
MULniOl,,! the 1'iiilfiitiiil (audidule Mell
,5Kif liai'idly. fxudturiircular. N.y.tn-
18a daylravinn ( .:t, W all t..lx ,y.,s . y .
ttR t atOAlfrduyathonie. Smnple worth
PU VO ipU i free. fttiuon A Couioauy,
Ktru Klue iulxe4 l aid, with name, in eta..
jHifct iKiid. L. JoM4 Co., Natuau, N. V.
in Itellsrlsaa and 4;rleullural Week
Ilea llall-itrlre. hend forCaUlogue uu the
l.int flan. Vor informitlou, aihlre,
0K0. P. B0WEIX CO.. 41 Park Sow,
XKW YVKH. -JZ
1. II. OI1KULV. A. W. I'YATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
Uk.. "W. PTATT fb CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bnlldlne. Cor. Twelfth Stres
ait Waahingtoa ATsnas,
tCounty and ItailroadVYork a Bpecialtr
'l b ix jrrcnt Internntlonnl Kxhihition, de.
nitrned to commemorate the one hundredth
ant)iver'nrjr of American Independence,
opened May loth, and will clone November
luth, IMTH. All the nation ot the world
and all the Hate ami territories of the I' li
tem are jmrtiulDutlni? In thi wonderful tic
montration, hrininic togelher the niOKt
comprehensive collection ot nrt treatiirex,
mechanical inventions, icientilic di. ovrr
criea, iiiaiitifacturiiig achievement, miner
al fpeclmon, and agricultural product
ezcr exhihiletl. The grounds devoted to
the exhibition are situated on the line of
the l'enni-vlvania Kailroad and embrace 4.VI
acres of hulrinoiint l'ark, all highly itn
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected the largest building! ever ronrtruc
ted live of thee covering an area of fitly
acre ami eoH'ln f..(Kio.i)0. The total
number of buildintr erected for t lie pur
pose of the exhibition la near two hun
dred. During the thirt day fiiunedlaU ly
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a iuutter ot people viaile J it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE GREAT TBUHK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the moa, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia and thin
great Kxhihition from all eeetionn of the
country. Its trains too and from Philadel
phia will pas throutlh a grand Centennial
depot, which the company haa erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of passen
gers who wi-u to atop at or mart from the
humerou large hotels contiguous to thin
fetation anc the Kxhihition a convenience
ol the greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed exclusively by tho Tennsj Ivrnia Kail
oad, which is the only line running direct
o the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will a Uo stop at the Eiieampmentof
he Patrons of Husbandry, at Eim Matiou
on this road.
The rennsylvania Itailroud is the grand
est railway organization in the world, it
controls seven thousand tnilea of roadway,
forming continuous lines to i-hiladclphl.
New York, Maltimore, and washington.over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago, 8t. Louis, Louisville.ciu
rinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie wlthous change.
its main line U laid wtte double and third
tracks ot heavy steel rails upon a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, and iu bridghs are
all of iron or stone. Its passenger trains
are equipped with every knovn improve
ment for comfort and safety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances thvn the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company n&s largely increased its equip
ment for Cedtennial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
notice sutlleient to fullv accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
of the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations for all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The maleficent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Kailroad is so iustly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over Its perfect
roadway an ever-changinir panorama of
river mountain and landscape views une
quaieu in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be furnished at suit
able hours and ample time allowed tor en
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
he sold at all the prlncipul railroad ticket
offices in the West, Northwest and .South
west. Me aure that your tickets red via the
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. Fit A NIC THOMSON, D. M. UOYD, Jr.,
(ten. Manager. Gen. l'ass'r Agt
otirained in the I'nlted
States, Canaila, and Eu
rojie i term a low a
those of any other relia
ble houe. C'orrewuon
dence in vied in the tug-
lUh and foreign anguages. witn inventors, At
torney at Ijiw, and other noliciitora, especiall
w th those who have had their case rejected la
the band ot other attorneys. In reierted cases
our lee are reasonable, and no charge i made
utiles we are aucceaslul.
If you want a pat
ent, send us a mix ltd
or sketeth and s
full description of
U'n will 1 1 1 n L n un
examinational the patent ufllce, and tl we think
it ttcnlable, will send you iuiier and advice,
and prosecute your case. Our fee will he ia or
dinary case, ii,
Ili Oral or written in matters
gett, Ex-Commissioner oi Talents,
Cleveland, Ohio I O. II. Kelley, Esq., Sec'v
National (irange. Louisville, Ky . j Coinmodor
Uan'l Am men, V. H. N., Washington. l. O.
fc"scud Mamii for our "(iuide for obtain
ing t'atetitg," a book ot'M) page.
Addrc : Louis Bajfktr A Co., Solid
tor of I'atents, Wvshingtou, U. C.
The Grand Pacific Hotel,
One of the Safest and Most Pleas
ant Hotels in America.
Having all the different Safeguard Against
ire, make it practically lire-proof, ila re
cently undergone exttnsive improvements a
large amount of new furniture added, making
it oue of the most elegantly furuished hotvl iu
the couutry and the entire building redeco
rated in a style, that for beauty of design, sur
anse anything ol the kind in the world
The ventilation of the hotel i perfect, having
every moderu imuroveuii'ut.
Cost of Hotel, $1,500,000.
Cost of Furniture, $400,000.
OrcuitieM mm rullre NojnHre, liHlug;a
Iroiilage ol' 1,0.0 leel.
S'uinlierof rooms, I4; suit of rooms, with
halh countctiiig. jsii si.r of iiurlor. luexJO
feel; sue of gland dinuing-rHm, tilv
ol ludieu' promeuade, lJ"xl" sue of olUce,
Price of rooms, with board, t .i. t-i.:, 41. on,
I. jnd$..oo H-r i,uy, accord
ing to locution.
The table aud erv Ice unsurpassed, belug Die
aauut to all.
A HEOt'tTlUN will be made from the
above price to iiartie remaining a Wfc.hli or
more, and those desiring to visit the Exposi
tion during the mouth of Keptemlier.
I y-ltooiu csu be aicured, ataliug pi let no
aiue, by Telegruph, at our expense i
fOHW 1. DAI1 k CO., Proprietors.
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE.
FOB YOTJNO WOMEN,
Hegius it ath year Sept. l.'Ith. Faculty
numbers il, Maguliiosnt buildings, gener
ous table. Thorough course in Euglisb,
Science, Classics, and Modern Languages,
Unsurpassed advantages (or musle and art.
Addrea the President, ltv. lsvld II.
Moore, P.U., Cincinnati, . 7--dAw-t.
City National Bank
IV. V HAU.fllAY, I'reslilenf.
HKNRV I. HAI.LfliAY. Vice Preil.
A II HAKFOItll, I 4hief,
WAt.TKK HYM.OP. A'l Cashier.
P. 8TAAT TXTLOB, R It. CltMHIWUH AM,
II I,. IIalmuay, W. T. Hai.i.iuav,
U. 1. Wii.liamhom. BTcriiaN Kihd,
A . K. HArroNu,
Exchange, Coin and United Statea
Bonda Bought and Sold.
EPOSITS mvtved and a general mnklng
T Ilro.s, froslil.nt. It. Wells, Cashier.
I'. Neff. Vice Pre"!. T. . I. Kerch, Asst. ash'r
ni m mi,
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
r". Hross, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
I'. Sen. Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Susanka, Cairo. 11. 1.. Itillingsley, t. Ixuis-
e . Under, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairn.
K. II. Itrinkman. St. Louia,
J. Y. Clenison, Calelonia.
UcneiKl nniikinir Hiialne Hone.
ttt-Exchange sold anl Ihiught. Interest paid
n the Savings Ilepartment. Collections nuwie,
mi all bujin ess uromiitlv attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIBO
A. B. SAFFOhMJ. President.
8. 8. TAYLOlt, Vice President.
W. UYSLOP. Bec'y and Ireasurer.
P. W. Barclay, C'iias. Qaliuubr,
F, M. HTocarLBTH, PaclU. Scnt'ii,
It. 11. CCKNIMOHAM. H. L. UaaXIDAT,
J. M. PutLLirs.
INTEREST paid on tleostU at the rate ol aix
percent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
r 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added iuime
liately to the principal of the deposit, thereby
(iriug uieiu cuiuwuim wiereai.
Harried Women and Children may
.uepoBit money ana no one
else can draw it.
Open every bunnesaday from 9a. m. to S p.m.
aJ Saturday evening for saving deftoait only
rom to s o'clo'k. "
W. HYSLOP. Trsasmrer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th St. and Oomsneroial At,
C. 0. PATTER A CO.
3? Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A rf utarty lurt-4 nd Ucallj qulf ttd (ttajaiutsvii ku4 tkj
om uoosfia, s) hi .rjuca will .rov.
Spermatorrhea and Intpotaac,
is tha rMtilt of svlf-kbuM Iu Tomii, acvual cAcrsMrs tm Ma
turrr rwrs. r ethvr raua, u-i rHlu to; aniurvf tlii Ail
k'tdi( clltvta: Kerviiuaues, lriuiiil r.uiha, mutil tuilsv
al'lia l, drvsiuii). UtUiQraa lMllil, I'rfvniw UfUicr'. fh
t svllivy. FiniIcsuu l a.-!, A crluti t. HxM tv ( rmatt ,
limfuaicia f IdWa, ja u f siirxua, l ir, 4t)., rvt d rtt4
Biarnafv IniurutNT or UBhiir, ar Uitrughlj and riM-K.-bUjr
currd. SYPHILIS l1-1 a u4.
?E2 from it tnuui; Qottorrhea.
QLT. Ptrlcvurw. 4tnhiiw, Hruta, ivg Mui-tuivj,
I'll avad oUivr nvaW ditca quick l yrjd.
II l seif-.rMtitt that iT4tfUu b ! -Mrlal aUaHilM
to a Oftruun olaaa tl diAv, and trratiu; UiousaiHia un it
ally, avquirta traml skill. 11 aiciasia kuuBiiatf lata fa ofwa
fwotMsUrud irrs4iUa Iu tut eartt. U hu It U litovtitvuu-ui l
vlaii Ui city for irsaliueut, SjuxIkIim caa b aaui briiawly
aul atly byoiailor iiiuaa aujahtrw.
Cnraa Guaranteed in all Casss
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riuigM luwuU, u4 Mirnuti.iK. .irkil cuuua.uuu.
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)tuhg tviuf yjuldi d aacHaiti nmd im1 tmry l
luuuiiit tutoriiialton, hl U no one ca aAura Iu bsj vuh
ul i du bo to prtacrva tha boaltrt, imI cumplamaaaV 14
five Id tawii-d rh-k iha trrahut-as ul 7uUi , thsj brat su4
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mail uu luv uttMsubJecis tuaaiiuovti in all vuri AAiaaa
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