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JOHN at. MVLKBT,
4 lior ne jr ai ' Law.
orriC'R ! At mltlrniw on Ninth "tree!, t i
iwsea Washington eveaneaiMl W slant tj
ome. SxUtlA, BUAln, Comti rwaltb.
taaat atA WMhlactea .eVas.ua.
CAIRO ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1876:
At lbs Itou.STlK Ottre. Cairo, I III not
"TOWN AND COUNTRY"
Bill IIS Pffl!
Your House Needs
Nit only became it look dingy nJ rusty, l.ut for tlx; more imortant re anon ttit It
wmli Kotpctlon from the wralhrr. With thin I'aint, KOIt A PMALI. SCVl,
you rau I'lotect and Moaiittly your tin use, making It
Attractive and lt Itiii.
Tbe Town end CouiiUy Heady Mixed 1'aint are prepared from pure white lead,
pure Oxide ol Zinc, and the tiiiest and strongest coloring material obtainable, mixed
ith prepared l.lnm-ed Uil. whic h dries with a gloss and durability unattainable by
the t:iiu materials mixed In the erdlnary manner.
I-eed aul Zinc, mixed in tiii. way, ar not, affected by hnic of temperature, will
not crack, hlixter, peel, flake or chalk, and will always 'dry w ith the bight-id. possible
polish. They arr warranted to stund under all riponiir!, and will form a perfectly
w nter-proof covering, very elaxtie uod beautiful. They will work freely under the brush,
ud may be applied by the most inexperienced person when the direction are followed,
though the employment ol regular painter Is advlwed whin obtainable.
Tbi I'aint 1 always lUady for um without the Inconvenience or expenie of
'. aay additional material.
Ono Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Call and get a circular giving all dc!red Information in regard to the
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
ONLY TO UK HAD AT TIIK "SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,"
hw mi ipe M
The Greatest Discovery ! Age
(Patented April 12, 1-70.)
Uodi' fever and Ajrm pad is no Imposition, nor does it pre end to
cure without medicine. The Tad In medicated with effective compound,
and cure by abvjrf lion, acting direct on the Liver and btoiuach Immed
iately, thii takinir from the tyoteoi all malaria sud liilioua poison. Kodgcra'
Kever and A true l'ad make also a sure cure to all leaes growing out of
a ditirlered Liver.
v The Public are cautioned against pur basin? tl.e counterfeit article, aa
there are on or two lu th market; auk your dru.'itirt for Hodger' Pever
aud Ague Pad. Pat. Apiil Pit h, 1 870. Tula ta iu only original jad. lie
tire and aik lor the patented article. 1 be prirc of Kodger.' Fever and
A;; ue Pad in only l and i sent pout-paid to any ad r k on receipt of price.
Ut'x rve direction and buy none but Kodgei . Kor sale by
Call aod et e. Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
the Cure of the 111 that Flesh is Heir tc. Pure and Fresh. Ob
tained Direct from their Sources and Kept on Ice.
BETHESDA LMtAL WATER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of the above Waters for sale on draught In Bottles, by the Gallon In
Jur or Kea-e, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo. IU.
Oeaeral Agent. Cairo, Illinola.
Ho, Wen, lfarlaell,
From the Pope County Jtelormer.
The above named gentleman addreewl
quite a lare and enthusiastic audience at
the court hotifte on Saturday the 14th itHt.
The forenoon was cloudy and all the in
ilieatlons favored a rainy day, but not
withstanding a large number of person
principally Democrat remained to liear
it ina and It was conceded by those w ho
heard hiiu both Democrats and Itepub
llcans that it was one of the cteareet,
plaiiicit and moot powerful speeches ever
wiade n Golconda. Ma iy itepublicaui
after listening to the speech were heard
to say "I'm for Hartzell." 4Ie's the
kind of mau we want In Congress." Mr.
Uartzell has many friends throughout
this section ol country and it li thought
by even the strongest of Republicans
that his chances lor election are lar more
favorable than ol his opponent, Col.
Wiley .Mr. Hartzell deerves the high
est respect and consideration from hi
constituents and it is our opinion that
November will witness his election by at
least 5000 majority.
OCT OF THEIR OWX MO IT II a, TC
KIULLIU3DES.1 1 11 ft. VI.
From the Tope County Bcformer.
The 1'epublicau speakers lately
spewed out of the departments at Well
ington, are swarming all over the coun
try boasting of the purity of the Grant
administration, the honesty of his ra
cial, the economical lcgihlation of the Re
publican congret-8, and challenging the
Democrats to point to a single act that
will militate the wisdom ot the one or
the honesty ot the other. If the toiling
masses of the Republican party will
turn their eyes for a lew moments Iroui
the bloody thirt and read what we tran
scribe from authentic documents, wc
think it will remove the film from their
eyes. If it does not we turn them over
to total blindness.
When the national debt was funded
the bonds cost the original holders from
forty to eighty cenU on the dollar, the
interest to be paid semi-annually in
gold, the bonds in currency, gold, silver
or greenbacks, at the option ot the gov
ernment. In 1869, congress passed a
law making the bonds payable in coin.
That act, by the lowest estimate, en
hanced the market value of the bonds
$300,000,000. In 1873, silver becoming
plenty deteriorated in price, carrying the
bonds down with it. Congress at the
expense of their tax paying constituents
relieves the non-tax paying bondholder,
by passing a law . making the bond
payable in gold, and silver a legal
tender to the amount ot five dollars only,
thereby adding $200,000,000 to the value
of their bonds. The excuse is that the
act passed congress by being surrepti
tiously attached to a bill, and not over a
dozen niembeu of the house were known
to the fraud. Investigating committees
last winter found the departments bad
been receiving annual appropriations to
the amount of $70,000,000 more than was
necessary to run the government, and
this had been going ou lor eight years,
being a loss to the tax-payer of $5G0,
A late attorney-general counts $180,-
000,000 as the sum which the United
States will lose by the Union Pacific rail.
way company, and the Credit Mobilier
fraud, aud that in fret is only about half
of the steal.
Hon. Montgomery Blair, by examining
the reports ot the treasury, finds that
$53,000,000 of the public money was ex
pended in the election of President Grant.
Mr, Davis, member of congress from
Massachusetts, and chairman- of the
finance committee iu the house in IS73,
made a report that twenty-five per cent,
ot the revenue was lost in collecting. For
the last eight years our revenue would
average about $500,000,000 per annum,
a loss ot twenty-live per cent, for eight
yeas amounts to $1,000,000,000.
Last winter a committee of the senate
made a report that about $100,000,000 of
the revenue was annually lost in the col
A civil service commission with George
William Curtis at its head, made a report
showing that about $100,000,000 of the
public revenue are annually lost in col
lection, through the incompetence or
corruption of government olllclals
Lost, steal or stolen, are words never
found in the Republican vocabulary.
Senator Morton savt "ours'' is the best
civil service on the planet, and all things
considered, the present is the purest and
best administration this country has ever
had. Mr. Hoar, an eminent, Republican,
and member ot congress from Massacha
setts, tells us that one production in
which our country excels all others in
the world, is the corruption of its gov
We see by the above, that in eight
years the taxpayers have lost through
the Republican party over $2,000,000,000;
that amount in silver weighing about
15,flO0 tons, being enough to load all the
steamboats on the Ohio river.
T rau tee's Bale.
1H72, John B. fhillit, and Kaeael J. fhillie his
I.. w . I ....I italiMMjl lA ii.i1m1.huI
lor the purpoae of securiiur the payment of a
eerUia proiiiUuory seta thereia men t loom,
Inul (trod t the following described pnoilwi,
to-wtti Lot auiubertd ijhUieB (LM). la block
numbered lour (4), in the City of Cairo, Illinois,
and wherM drfault ha beta made in the pay
want of laid noLa. Vna. thuvfore. la uurtu-
no of the authority conferred by said ttuat
deed. I will Mil the above deacribed premieee,
at public veudue, to the hienaet bidder, for
run iu hand, at the court house door la Cairo,
llllnoia.ou aaturdaT. the 1MB. dar of October.
A U., 17, at the bourot I o'clock, pm.,of
aaia asy , eaia to u wuuoui raaeatpiioa.
AI4TUKD B. AairrGHD, Traatee.
tJBECNatilLBJCftr Attorney. erutMw
re It TV TEAKS UKTaSUt tbk rrsLSA
DR. C. M?LANES
ua tub ct'ia or
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
tiYiftPMA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symitoms of a Diseased Liver.
1)AIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely aLle to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulddr-blade, 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 sickness; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
with pain, arccmr anicd with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There is generally a considerable loss
of memory.accompanied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough is some
times an attendant, i The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and ha complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are low; and although he is
sat isfied 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 where few of them ex
isted, vet examination of the body,
after death, lias shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. MVLane's Liver Pjlls,
in cases of A ove and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can le used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
For all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaled. BEWARK OP IMITATIOKS.
The genuine Dr. C. MVLane's
Liver Pills are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Pills.
The genuine MLani's Liver
Pills bear the signatures of C.
MVLane and Fleuinu Bros, on the
liair Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. MVLane's Liver Pills, pre
pared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To tho viihinf to five Da. C. McLab's
Livaa Pilu a trial, we U nail axial paid ta any
part ot the Uniud Stale., ooe pes of Filk for
TLEMINC BROS., Pitiaburtfc, Pa.
aae) mask I la
H trreta. rat.
Chartered by the
Bute of lllluoie
for the express
purpoee ol f iTins
a all caaee of private, chronic, and urinary di
sease in all their complicated forme. It it well
known tbat lir.Jaroee haa atood at tbe head ol
the proleeaioa for the past years. Are aad
experience are all-iniiHirunt. Menalaai vteak-
eu, night loaoee by areams. piropiee en uie
race, lost maanooo. can positively oe careen
Ladies wanting the moat delicate attention, call
or write. Pleaaant home for patients. A book
for the million. Marriage Guide, which telle
yon all about these diaeaaes who ahould marry
wily not to oenta to pay pueta. at . ua
haa 30 room, and parlor. Yoa see no one bat
the doe tor Office houra, a.m. U 7 p. at. Sun
days, 10 to 12. All business strictly canJldea
1. 1 Stewart S Do
nave opened in their Wholesale Warehouses on
Wabash Avenue and Wash
A Large and Well Se
lected Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invite the
Special ATTENTION of the
11,200 PROFIT 01 ;i00
Made any day iu Putt rnmd Calls.
loyuarmeaaa. mU, 150 or aiw, ids tut. a. rmMV
ILKUKS, ba.' brou.nl a antall fcrtua to tk oueful
laveawr. We advue wbea and hsw to OPKIA fC
BAtt-UY. lkxik with fuU laJufauuea ttnt Jn
A JA 1 . 1 tl J aj -aas-is sak l.t
BaVZTES ft CO..
Bankers and Droaere, 17 WsU St., N T-
ar . .ya
Lki City tal CoUege
St. Louis. Mo.
TH08. A. SICK, A. M . L. 1. B..
1AM. BICE, A. M., I Principals
aaibsi, a, at
J. H. HUKWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, S8I 00
MOST Complete. Tboronsb aud Practical
course ul hlndy in the I'nited huu-a s
course ladipenible to every you uk uiau mi
barKiuf ea the sea of life.
For Illustrated Circular,
n IH08. A. RICK, A. If., L. L. B..
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
PEYTONA C ANN EL
Order for Coal bj the car-load
tton, or in hogaheada, for ahipment
promptly attended to.
ataTTo large ooniumera and all
nanufaoturera, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
aonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIXO CITT COAX COKTAKT.
a-Halllday Bra. 'a jSSpo. No, 70 Oblo I.eree.
a-uairiday !. a wharf boai.
AI Kryvtiaa Hilla, or
At Ike Losi Dumn. foot sfTnutv-Kiirhth
Cf-Poet Office Drawer, am.
HAYS YOT7 TKIED
For use in Summer and Winter.
stakes elolnee dean, tweet and very white
WITHOUT BOlUNU or SCALDING.
No Bough Hands !
if o Yellow Clothes I
No Wash Boiler!
No Steam in the House !
Guaranteed under tW penalty aot to In
ure clothes, snd anperior Tor Toilet and bhav-
bold at Stores, or a family package will be
sent, eipreia charges prepaid, on receipt of one
dollar and flfty orate. One reliable dealer
wanted st every prominent point as agent, with
whom a liberal arrangesuent will be made.
T. H. ILDSALL,
sugg-i-dewim UK Market St.. I'hlla
O'CALLAHAN & HALT,,
Hoofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Eoofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods. Pumps, Stoves
: JeaUaK Prmtlr Deae.
oDtalaed la the rnlted
Btslcs, Canada, sod Eu
roue i tonne as low as
those ot any other relia-
deuce invted In the ling.
oia nouae. (jorreaiton
11th and foreign aaguages, witn inventors, At
torneva at Latw. and other Soliciitors. eaueciall
m th thoae who have had their oases rejected la
the hands ot other attorney . In rejeetod casee
our fees are reasonable, and no charge Is made
natal ws are snoresslul.
If you want a pat
ent, aena ua a mouei
or aketcth and a
full description ol
ay our Invention.
Wa wUl make aa
anamination at the natent office, and It we think
It patentable, will aend you papera and advice,
and prosaouie your ease. Our fee will be ta or
dlaary cases, tb.
If Oral or written In matters
mmtt tTv.CniiuaiaalOBer of Patents.
Ols v. land. Ohio O. II. Kclley, Ksq., eVe'f
Mauoaal U range. ixMiuviue, av . t uiiumouur
i, u. a. a., wssnwgiiODi .
rw8ead Blaap foreur "Guide lor obtain'
issT steal,'' s book of 60 psgea.
ddrsssl-avaala lafger s ., Solid
(orsofPslsaU, Wssauafloa, V. V.
B. F. PARKER,
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Olasn, Win
dow Shades, &c.
4lwsya ou hand, Ue celrbratwl illuminating
A i; HO It A OIL..
Corner Kleeenth Street and Washing
um it will itort van auuiuig sail will eur.1 mv. t..
at. luia AdvertU'f it Publ'g Co., 8t Louie, Ma.
I ... tta.n... .
The 2IEDICAL WONDER.
AN rXTATJJBLE 5PICmC FOR DISEASFS
of Ue LIVER, BLOOD, KIDNEYS and BOW.
KLS, aad great corrective of all female derange
aMOjU. It contain, oo alcholic epinu and is ue
yyUUt mdianmtttr CtUmil.
A CnMPLIMrNTABV TFSTrMnVTAt. Trt
ftl&SSRS. I at C. AlAGUIRE. St. Lauia. lis !
(anusmeaatThs undenigned having known yeu for
sassy yesje as reliable chemists aad pbarmaceu
lata, and oWerving the effective action of yout
remeoie (or whatever rccooimanded, with to bear
voluntary evidence to the efficacy of your laet, sad
ra our ooinion. hate ttrmtrariA. 11 Ar.11inK'l
CUMDURAKGO BITTERS." It la aal that yoa
claim for it as as alterative, purgative, depurator
aad di antic, acting tpecially upon the liver, blood,
eaaDvyv ana nviii.
IOSEPH BROWN. M.vnf wlin t.. "fh.
fjead thu) the nest pleasant aad effective medicine
I have ever uted."
MILES SELLS. State Iniurence Commiuloasr,
whs sdde : " I endons the Mayor'i eeinlon."
JUOS. RICHESON. S. H. LAFLfn,
Pres. Collier Lead A Oil of Laflia A Rssd Powder
P. M. HOUSER,
CHAS. G. GONTER,
C'hm'n Dea. Can. Com,
P. G. FERGUSON.
'Jenks" of Mo. Deas,
HENRY T. MUDD,
late City ft County Ast'r.
CD . v tr uil I r
rrop. at. lows uiobe.
W. E. WAGNER,
Clerk Probate CeuH.
BR1TTAIN A. HILL,
Attoracy at Law.
aie r.-. Boarsuu'.
. n inMib,
"nut Crim. Coaatt,
H. U CHAHBLVS.
NORMAN I. COLMAV. Pres. But. sDrav
ruo. Kurai woria, - a. okiijiwuuo,
Pres. V. M. C. A.
Ute City LoDectcv.
M. T. ANDREWS,
of Meody, Michel A Co.
of Bsnum'a Hotel,
of Shryock A Cs.
W. T. AY,
of Gsy, HsnrenVsrsp
Aad asay others too numerous to mention.
J. & C. MACUIRE,
Sole Proprietors, St. Louis, Me.
PUXCZ, 75 CENTS FSB E0TTL2.
A y cr's Cathartic Pills,
jhSpt & for the rt-lit-f
.sy.. ' di rHogviiienU in
y tne Kioniui-ii, uv
rr, ana bowi'lu.
Hiey nro a mild
noriit, Will un
.tne. lluiiiir iinf
IZJri iy vegetauio, uiry
V, couiuin no nier
V) ctirv or liiiiii :d
avriou. sii knciia anil HilTt'i nig i r(.'rviitfd by
tlieir timely uo; and every finiiily alioiil.I
have Uit'iu on liatid loi tlieit' piotecilon anil
tt'lief, when required. Loiii; exeinin e ban
proved tliem to be tlie ml'i-jt, unreal, and
U-st of ail Hut fill Midi winch the uiai-ket
abotinds. Ity their oernninmil li"e, tlie blood
U uiuiiieil, ll.o rorriilion of U.e steni ex
peiled, oh-tiiiriions reinoveil, tunl tl 10 wliolo
machinery ol'lU'c restored to its liralihy artiv
tly. Internal organs w liieli beeonic elonued
aud sliiBirisli are rleaiiMd by Ayrr'a fill,
and stimulated into aetion. 'limn inriiient
diseaKO U cbaiiKt'd into health, tlio value of
vtbkh chanire, v.Ik ii rerkoiuil on tlie vant
imiltilinle- wlio enj.iy it, caiphunllv be com.
puted. Their feudal -coutlnp inaken them
leu.ant to take, and prnaurvea Uieir virtues
unimpaired for any lunlli CI time, so tli.it
thev are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable.
Although seai-clmi).', Uiry ure mild,' ami oper
ate without dii-turbuuce to tliu cousUluUou or
diet or occupation.
rii II directions ure given on the wrapper to
each box, how to live them as a Kainilr l'liv-in
and for the following couipluiuta, Which tliest
i'lffs rniiitiiy cine:
t or Uyaiirpalu or ftidls ration. I.lat.
iraa, Laaiiuor.iiuil i.oaa or Aiie
(Ue, they should bo taken moileralelv to
stimulate the stomach, aud restore its healthy
loue ami action.
For Llvsr Complaint and It various
svinptoins, Olllous llruiluche, Mick
ftvewlacaei, Jauullca or air It
arss. 111 Hons 'ollc and Hllloua !
vera, they should be Judiciously taken for
each cue, to correct the disetued aetiou, or
remove the obstruction which cause it.
For Ieeniery or Diarrhoea, but One)
inihl done is generally required.
Kor HIsvuutNtiani, Cent, Grnvel,
Palnitailoa of lte Heart, laln ta
the Alne, Hark, and K.ulns, they should
be rnntiiiuoiikly taken, as required, to change
the diseased action of the systeui. With such
change those complaints disappear.
tor lroiny ami liroiialrul Snell.
lags, tliev kliouM be taken In I.uko and li e.
queut dose to produce tlio clluct of a draslio
Kor anppreaaloa, n l upeilnce should be
taken, it it produce, tlio decued effect by
As a Ulnnrr fill, take one or two nil t to
promoto iliosii. in, inul relieve the stomach.
An occasional done stimulates tlie stomach
anil bow cU, restore- the appetite, and invigor.
ales the system. Hence it is often advanta
geous where no serious lrauireiiiaiit etisls.
One who feel tolerably well, oil en llaeWvli:
a dore of these fillt inakee him feel decid
edly better, from their i leansing and reuo
vallug eduet ou tho diptstive u;ipaia(ui.
Sr. J. C. AYEB A CO., Practical Che mists,
LOWELL, MASS., V. S, A.
eoa BAia av all pkivhiists kveiivwhsus
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Hit re-opeued lilt establishment lu the
Wttere can be found n eitra floe ato.k
fo goods In liii line.
Give Jwnca a call, 8-19-tf.
II It'll aIUfl lllBaT3UIUtll i- i
Leading Journal of Southern
J V ij M K JV
s. tv a. c ' "
WlUBteadliistlj orpene the pollclea of ihc
Republican party, and return to be trt in
mailed by the dictation ot any clique In tie
It beiiovcs tbat the Kcpublicnn party liu
fiiai'.ed its uiisaion. and that the Ieino
crallc party an now organized nhtulu I ere.
tored to power.
It believes the Uadlcal tyraca m ; .
!or several years oiTreufcert the South
ihould he overthrown and tbe people the
louthern States permitted to controi then
It believes that railroad corporation
should bo prohibited by ltgla'aUve ecartH
menu from estorttns and unjustly dtecnnv
Inittlng in their business transactions with
It recognizee the equality o he
lore the law.
It advocates free commerce tarltl (or
it advocates resumption ol specie pay
ment, and bonent payment of tbe publ'e
It advocates economy in ike ftdoatnUtta
tlon ot public affair
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Bulletin will publish all the locai new
ol Cairo, and a variety or Commercial, l'o
Mtlcal, 1'orelgn and General Mews, and et
deavor to pleaxe all tastea and interest all
T 11 K
Is a thirty-two column paper, turnuhed to
subscribers for the low price of
$1 25 FEB YEAE,
Postage prepaid. It is the cheapest paptr
In the West, and Is a pleasing Flresiae
Visitor and Faniilj Companion.
Canaot tail to see the unrival Liidu. e
manU offered by The Hulletln lb tbt wi 8
ot cheap and profitable advertisements.