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JOHN B. KTJXJUY.
4ltorney mi I..aw.
(jrricC : At reaidmo on Ninth Ntreet, I
taren Wellington avefioa and Walnut fl
Al Ilia 111 Lt ATia Onlr Cairo, Illlnot.
m m furs
Your House Needs
Nut only beritue It loyk dingy and rusty, but lor the more imjiortant reason that It
wmla iirotcnllnn from the weather. With thin Paint, FOR A SMALL SUM,
you ran 1'iotect and Beautify your bnue, making It
Attractive unit Inviting.
The Town and Country Heady Mixed Paint re prepared from pure white load,
pure Oxide of Inn, and tho linest aud strongest coloring material obtainable, mixed
vltli prepared Linseed :)il, which dries w ith a gloss and durability unattainable by
the Mine material mixed in the ordinary manner.
Lead and Zinc, mixed lntbl way, are not affected by changes o temperature, will
not crack, blister, peel, flak or chalk, and will always 'dry with the highest possible
polish. Tbey are warranted to itand under all eiposure, and will form a perfectly
wiiter-proof covering, very elastic nod beautiful. They will work freely under the bnnh,
and may be applied by the moat inexperienced person when the directions are followed,
though the employment ot regular painter I adviwed when obtainable.
Tbit Paint l always Ready for ue without the Inconvenience or exponre of
any additional material.
One Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Oil and get a circular giving all d wired information In regard to the
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
ONLY TO HE HAD AT THE "SUiS OF T1IK GOLDEN LION,"
Five? aad Ape hi
The Greatest Discovery! Age
(Patented April 12, 1870.)
Rodgcta' Fever and AgU'' Pad la no imposition, nor de It prulend to
rnre witDout medicine. The Pad la medicated with.effective compound",
and curt by ubori.tlon, acting direct on the Liver and Stomach trained- '
lately, tbim taking from tbe sytra all malaria and Bilious poison. Rodgers'
Fever and Ague Pad make Io u aure cure In all ril'eases growing out of
4 disordered Liter.
Tba Public ar cautioned egalnt purchasing tie counterfeit article, aa
there are one or two ti. the market; aak your druiu.'1-t for Rodgera' Fever
and Ague Pad. Pat. Apiil 12'b, 170. This ia in ) onlv original pad. He
eurt and ak lor the patented article. The price of Rodgera' Fever and
A l Pad Uo-ly 1 andi sent post-paid It any ad re oa receipt of price.
Observe Jirectiou and buy none but Rodgera'. For sale by
Call and ret Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
tbe Cure of the Ills that Flesh is Heir to. Pure and FreBh. Ob
tained Direct from their Sources and Kept on Ice.
Of Wa ukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of tbe above Water for aal on draught in Bottlee, by the Gallon in
Jura or Keg, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
General Afrente, Cairo, ZUlnoia.
John r-inaman Take llelllday.
No better illustration of tbe extent to
which John la relied on lor domestic he'p,
could possibly be afforded than that lot-
I -ished on the laat Chinese New Year. At
that rellglo-gals festival oil work la nomi
nally appended for six day, and absolutely
for three. On Friday night, John, getting
up tbe semblance af a grin, presents bU mis
tress with a pot of preserved ginger, and
the information that "Me no wolkee to
mollow. Me come Tuesday." And aure
enough, with the exception of two minutes
on Saturday morning, John, with much ao.
Ildlty of face just drops in to join bit two
fists togotuer, make violent enrvet at yo,
therewith, aod wiah you "lioom-wah !' no
more la seen of him until Tuesday. Dur
ing theae three day, nearly every family
in tbe city mourned and was disconsolate ;
household care were attended to by un
tiled deputiei, to the neglect of piano-playing
and promending ; cold meat were in
order, vUitiii and Invitations were euspen
ded, tbo weekly bundle of soiled linen re
mained like Somebody's Luggage, "un
called for'the restaurant were more than
usually crowded, and for half a week soci
ety wm at a stand-still. Thomas J. Viv
ian ; Seribner for Oct.
LIQI OB DEALKBrV
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in
Foreign and Do mettle
WINKN OF AM
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKHSRf . PMTTH A CO. have couataaUy
a larre atock ot the beet rood In Uit mar
ket, and (iveeapecia attenUon to tbe abolcaaie
ranco oi me uuaineaa.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 1 100,000
W. p HAJJJIAT. Preaident.
HENRY L. HALLfuA Y, V ice Preal.
A. R SAt'FOKU, Chitf.
WALTKK HYSLOP. Aaa't Caabier.
fl. St A AT TiTLOB,
It L. IliLLIDAT,
U. I. WlLLIAMHoX.
R. If. Ccomauia,
W. 1. Uau.iuav,
A . li
Exchange, Coin and United States
.uonas Bought ana Bold.
KPOSITS received and a general Ranking
F lima. PreHident- H. WelU. Caithier.
P. Nrtr. Vie Prea't. T.J. Krrth. Aaat. aah'r
mm mil m
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
F. Broaa, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
V. Svtt, Cairo. Wm. W,l?e, Cairo.
A . Suitauka, Cairo. K. L. Killincaler, Sit. lunula
K, Under, Cairo. H. Wella, Cairo.
F. II. Krlukman. St. Louia,
J. Y. ClemooB, Caledonia.
t Ueaeial Baukina; Baalneas Dome.
rl"F.zchanre aold and buUf(ht. Interest paid
n Uie Smviiih Department. Collertione made,
nd all biiiln eaa iromi,tlv attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANE. CAIRO
A. B. HArrOUD, President.
8. 8. TAYLOB. Vice President.
W. HY3LOP, oeo'T and Treasurer.
P.W. Barclay, Cbaj. Oauanaa,
F. U. STOcarLaTB, PaulQ 8cb uu,
It. 11. CUNNIMUHAM, Il.li.HAU.ioav,
J. af. Puuxnm.
TNTEREST Daid on deitoaiU at the rate ot ais
1. per cent, per annum, March 1st and Hupteiu
Jer lat. Interest not withdrawn U added iuuuti
liattdy to the prinuipal of the deposits, thersby
(iTins; mem comuouna inieiw.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit money ana no one
else can draw it.
Onen every buaineaadav rromtta.m. to S n.iu.
ad saturtlay eveninga for aavinga depoaits only
W. HTSXOF. Traaamrer.
I insnjr paper or
I MMfl. until
I you ntw ai-
him it will com you araaina and wUl auralj as, f
at. iauia AdTsrUa'g at Publ'g Co., St Lault, Ma.
DISPENSARY j !&W!V?-
TnirtTjmrmnmtaraia ttiateaatmaulol assualana
Vr. BITiratrr1l( ne.
maoJioud uJ vainsabou4 AailluMratM book atxD Ms,
tor rita ' -'nilj frt 'i-t' '"-
A PBJ VAT a MKDIQAI. TATiaK am mil dii
of a Vrivata Naturs la auth scmm. th. .buw. ! Si.
Inns baoks wuialaiai 400 pa an4 .wrytinaa
uowlaa on la. mta.ru seat aaouralr aaaiae aa
aslpt SO sta. AairMs, Dr. vHa' Piaaeaaan.
"-UatVrv Z3-u.114.l3r. Cotntt Twalftto. Btraat anl
WKDNKSDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 187G.
reaTr veab bcfouk tmk pcmuc.
DR. C. MvLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and
leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull ; thcpupilsdilate ; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the upper
lip ; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears ; i
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
unfrequently 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. MTLANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
rat ion , not capable of doing the slight
est injury to ,'he most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. IMTLane's Vi.k
mifuce bears the signatures of C.
Ml Lane and Fleming Bros, on the
DR. C. M?LANE'S
These Pill j are not reconimeudod
a a remedy for " all the ills that
flesh U heir to," but in affections of
tho Livpr. nnil in nil Riliniw fYim.
plaints. Dyspepsia aud Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that character,
they fctand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used
preparatory to, or after taking Qui
nine. As a simple purgative they tre
BG1VARE OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar
Each box lias a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLaxe's Liver Pima
Each wrapper bears the signatures
of C. McLaxe aud Fi.e.minu Bhos.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
J. II. OEKHLY.
A. W. PYATT
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
W. "W. PTATT db CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldln. Cor. Twelfth Stree
and WaahlntTton Avenue,
CJ-County and BailroadWork a Specialty
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
199 W, Fourth St, COT1UTI 0.,
Are authorized to contract for advertia
ia" in tbia paper.
Estimates furnished free. Sand (or Circular
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE1
Betwea Waa bins-ton and Oonamarola
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booflng and Outtering a 8peoitlty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Ughtning Boda, Fumpa, StOTea
JaktUS TrmMilW Daaa. -
niaeavea. like rivers, cprinir from aumll
eauaes. The roarinir river may not 1 easily di
verted from iu couric, nor the neglected aiaease
from its ileatrucliTe work, laken in time, diu
eaae, which in merely an interrupted lini'tion,
may beaverteil by theuKe of Nature's remedy,
Tarrant'a 81 tier Aparent
It eomliinea the medical proiiertiee of Hie lies!
mineral water In the world
SllLU MY ALLDKCUGISTS.
A FARM AND HOME
, ' or TOUR OWN,
Now is the Time to Secure It !
The beat and chaieet lumla in market are in
KaMern Nebraska, on the line of the I nion l'a
cilic railroal. Hie nmnt favorable termit, very
low rates of fore and freifrht to all aettlera. The
beat markets. Kree panxea to land buyers.
Maps, ileanriiitivc larnilet. new addilion of
Ihe'I'ioneer' aent rree every where. A'blrtcf,
. F. D.WIS, r.andcoinmiaaionrr,
I P. It. K., Omului, .eb.
tRK t 77 acenl. Sample free.
JvlU o III; o VH KKRV. Aii-iiib, Maine.
lchrater for Its PnrltT, Utrenjrth snd Flavor
narrsalnl to Keepl'lrklea. We Guarantee It tf
Ik-entirely free from fivlphHrtc Arm or other deletert
j'wauhatance.wltli which MoH rWffnr la adulterated
For sale try all Grocer.. Largct Vinegar Works In ttt
a orld. Jin tab. 1MB. E. L. 1RL66INQ ACOCtUcago
If yon wantreliablt information, where and how
to fret a cheap Farm or Kovernment Home
stead free aend your address to S. J, ully
MiJUK, Land Comminsioner, fjtwrence Kansas
and receive aratia a copy of The Kanaaa Ia
OCEitra Fine mixH ( anli, with name. l' eta.,
Jpost paid. L. Jo.va- A Co., Nasau, N. Y.
11362 50) PROFITS FROM f162 25
fc:j;. iw iYET.MKaT-t or t ftl s.j
The Judicious selection and management ot
is the sur.st road to rapid fortune, fend for
new "System of Assured poiicv," free, with
full information concerning the Siock Market.
Gold and I T. POTTEK, WIGMTACe..
Stock Urokert. ( Hi Wall street, N. V,
, . , Visiting Washing-
143 and BiS Vermont avenue, opposite Arling
ton hotel. Near Executive Mansion and public
buildings. Street cara to both depots andjilaces
ofinterent. Rooms alwaya in readinesa. Term a,
2 to (2 .!i0 per flay. Keferences on be fur
nished, it desired, from nieml-ra of conxresa,
and others. Cut this out for reference.
psgM, a prirkls oounMMjr
to Uie nrria And mmiw
rissMbl. on to. uMcrio
eta.. ltvt tfuKxjTcries in thai
cieoec of wproductum i bo
Ip truly bajipjr lu tc mrmd relation. Malt ad firmtJc,
youiif and middle aged ahould rail sod mimiw it i it
vutxuim inlbnnatioo, which do on can inord 10 b with
out i oa how to pnmem th hraith, and complex ton, and
five to fcded chWfcj the trcahpeei of rouUi iii the twvt and
vnlr tma Alarrien Guide in the vurl
m in im wuriu. rnoi au rm
ay be cotLtultrd pereonally at hf
by Mail. The eutbt
mail en id;
Idt of the ubMt'ta BMationed In hia vurkA--it-i
, TB- BOHAIfNANH
Marrtatt UuiUc illurtnted
truinlitt tachra all the in
quiaitive alio a id know on
Court ih ip, Jdernaire, the
Ublillit I A in??"
w mmwmm mm mwm H-xualayBtfm.howtomre
ttlklnd of Difttaaea, with hundred, of valuable rerripta.
who oheuld marry .the iinpf-diinentt to marriag. thir na
lure and cure. Treataon all liieraara. tullv axniainine thrir
vauara. ay Mspwmt aco mana tueure; it ta the only really
wymiywmm atHi iu m w rtrv i im turn Witty rraiif
rientiflc work oPthe kind ever publithrd, and ii cumpirta
in errnr prtpet-t. eWnt arcurrly araled on rrrvipt nt 4U eta.
AddrMa, Ir. f. A. B-.hannan, av Hottix 1 UU. atie!
N treat. III
Cliartered by the
State of Illinois
for the expreaa
purpose of giving
n nil cases of urivate. chronic, and urinary di
seases in all their complicated forms, it is well
known that nr. .lames lias sioou ai ukuhoui
ti.A tpriuitn for the luui o vers. Aire and
experience are all-important. liem liiM Writk.
ateaa, nigm losses uy ureuus. puupiea uu ui
faoe. lost manhood, can liositively be cureed
Ladies wantina the moit delicate attention, call
or write, t'leasant home for iwliunta. A boo
for uie million. AlarrutKe uuide, wiucn una
you all about these diseases who should marry
wnv noi 1" cenis io pay pnsiMKu. winr.
haaiKI roouii and rlor. You see no one but
the aoctor omce noura, a.m. 10 t p.m. Sun
days, lo to i. All business strictly conllden
WHOIISAXS AMD BJETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19tb 8t. and Commercial At.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
Boot and Shoe Maker,
lias re-opened hU establishment lit M e
Where caa be found an extra floe stok
of goods in his Hue.
Give Jones a call. 8-10-tf.
BprMTfaoarlarmlinr-like steW Dnavinfa
utriltlt th PraaidaaUal Caadidatra aell
aaaa rauldly. aMtdforcireadar. N Y.Ea
lt a 4aygravUi Co.U Wall at.," tat.N.Y.
This grtMtt International Exhibition, de
signed to commemorate the one hundredth
anniverxary of American Independence,
oppned M;ty lOtli. and will close November
loth, ItOi. All the nations ot the world
and all the atatot and territories of llieUn
ion are participating in till" wonderful de
monstration, bringing together the most
comprehensive collection ot nrt trcamrea,
mechanicnl Inventions, acientiflc discover
cries, mantifacturing a hleveinents, miner
al specimens, and agricultural products
rzer exhibited. The grounds devoted ti
the exhibition are situated on the line of
the 1'ennsvlvaniii Railroad and embrace 4W
acres of ralnnount l'nrk, ull highly Im
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected the largest buildings ever construc
ted live of tlieae covering an area of titty
aires and eos'ing .,iHHI.i0t. The total
number of building's erected for the pur
poses of the ex bib! won Ii near two hun
dred. liiriiijr the thirls d.iys iinmediauly
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a tjuutter ol people visile J it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
THE CHEAT TRUNK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the inos, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ot reaching Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition from all sections of the
country. Its trains too and Irom Philadel
phia will pass tlironllh a grand Centennial
depot, which the company has erected at
tho main entrance to tbe Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of passen
gers who wi-h to stop at or start from the
humcroua large hotels contiguous to this
Ktation anc the Exhibition a convenience
ol the greatest value to visitors, and afford
ed rxcluslvcly by tho Pennsylvraia Kail
oad, which is the only line running direct
o the Centennial building. Excursion
rains will a lio stop nt the Encampment of
he Patrons of Husbandry, at Elm Station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad is tbe grand
est railway organization in 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 car are
run from Chicago, tit. Louis, i.ouisvllle, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie without change.
its main line is laid wite double and third
tracks ot heavy steel rails upoa a deep bed
of broken stone ballast, and its bridghs are
11 of iron or stone its passenger trins
are equipped with every known improve
ment lor comlort and salet y, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances than the
trains of any lino on tbe continent. The
company nas largely increased its equip
ment tor C'cdtennlal travel, and will be pre
pared to build iu its own shops, at short
notice sufficient to fuliv accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
ot the company guarantee the most perfacl
accommodations for all i'.s patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The msgniticent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad is so luatly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over Its pertect
roadway an ever-changtni? panorama ol
river mountain and landscape views tme
aualed in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be furnished at suit
able hours aud ample, time allowed tot- en
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the prlncipul railroad ticket
offices in the AVest, Northwest and South
west. lie sure that your tickets read via the
Great Pennsylvania route to the Centen
nial. FRANK THOMSON, 1). !. HOYD, Jr
tlen. Manager. tieu. Pass'r Agt
The Grand Pacific Hotel,
Ono of the Safest and Moat Pleas
ant Hotels in America.
Having all the different Sad-guard Against
K ire, makes it practically Ure-proot. Has re
csully underKOue exu naive Improvement! a
large amount of new furniture added, making
It oue of the most elegantly furnished hobda in
Uie country and the entire building redeco
rated in a style, that for lieauty ofdeiKn, sur
passes anything of the kind in the world
The ventilation of the hotel is perfect, having
every modern improvement.
Cost of Hotel, $1,500,000.
Cost of Furniture, $400,000.
Ocrupiea an entire Kinare, having n
frontage ol 1,030 feet.
Number of rooms, oOJ; suits of rooms, with
baths connecting. -ti; kize of parlors, luuxJU
feet; aUe of grand dinninir-ruom 1 a v . size
ot ladies' promenade, lji'xaoi sue of olUcc.
Price of rooms, with boaid, ts.eo, ai.'m, $t.iui,
I. j" and t '.0" r liiy. accord
ing to location.
Tlie table and service unsurpassed, licing the
sama to all.
A KKDl'4'TION will be made from the
above rices to parties remaining a Wahh. or
more, and those deairing to vi.it the fcx posi
tion during the month of heptemlier.
ty'ltooma can lie stcured, atuting prices u
aame, by Telemph, at our expense;
JQHW B. PBAEE a CO.. Proprietors.
olitainea in the I'uited
States, Canada, and Ku
roie t terma as low as
tnoseoi any otuer rviia
ble. luiua. . (rnwnou-
deuc invted iu the tug.
linn and foreign anguages, witn inventors, At
torneys at law, and oilier Soliciitors, espeeiall
w th those who have had their cases rejected IB
tbe hands ol other attorneys. In rejected rases
our tees are reasonable, aud no charge ia mads
unless we are successful.
1. It you want a pat.
examinational the patent office, and II we think
it patentable, will aend you papers and advice,
and prosecute vour c . Our fee will be in or
dinary cases, i.
If Oral or written in matters
leveland, Ohio 1 O. II. Kelley, Em., 8eo'f
National lirauge. LouUville, Ky. Comiuodor
lhtn'1 ioiuaa, V. . N., Wahlngtou. D. O.
(Tf-Svud Stamp I'or our ' 'liuide lor oblaiu
iug I'aleuU," a Wk of & pages-
Xddrus : I nla BSr m Cm., Eolicl
tors of FatenU, V ashing (ou, It. C.
rou Weekly Bnlletln,"
l.SS per yer, postage prepaid, to any address
BIST ASD CnEArCST
' Paper published la loutta.- Iiaole.
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies of I lie
Republican party, and rctusn to be tram
melled by the dictation ot any clique In tie
It beiieves that the Republican party has
fulfilled its mission, and that tbe Ptnio-
crallc party as now organized should be re
stored to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny t
(or several Teats oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the peoi le t.l the
Southern States permitted to control then
It believes that railroad ccrp oration
should be prohibited by legl:atie reacts
menu from extorting and unjustly discrim
inating In their bualness transaction with
It recognize the equality o be
fore the law.
It advocates free ou uieree tariff for
it advocates resumption ot specie pa
ment, and honest payment of the pub II
It advocates ci onomy in tbe administra
tion ot public affair
AS A NEWSPAPER .
The Bulletin will publish all the locai new 1
ot Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, IV
lltical, Foreign and General News, and ec- N
deavor to please all tastes and lntere.t all
Is a thirty-tvi a column paper, furnished to
subscribers lor the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Postage prepaid. It is the cheapest papir
in the West, aud Is a pleasing Fireside
Visitor and Family Companion.
Canuot tail to see the unrival kidute
ments offered by The Bulletin In tbt wa
of cheap and profitable advertisements.