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CAIRO CITY BaOTEBY,
.. "W. PYATT OO.,
IUNDKIIS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Butiainfr. Ce. Twelfth atreo
tyoonnty and WaltroedWor jgimhltt
0&o, S-allsnln Comtf Twwlftia, St axiA WMhlarton ,wexxvae.
CAIRO ILLINOIS. SUNDAY .NOVEMBER. 19, 1870.
The Oairo Bulletin
Northwest Corner Twelfth Street, Bulletin
THE PRINTING OFFICE:
A More Complete JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT than
tK: "Bulletin" Otjxce it wt-f in any of the eiti of the Mivivippi Valley, out
title vf St. Louit. It i$ entitled to and sovld receive the support of the cid
fit of Ctir and all the country contiguous thrtto.
BILLS OF LADING,
BLANK BOOK HEADINGS.
BLANKS OF ALL KINDS,
SMALL HAND BILLS,
Everything in the Printing Line, at the Very
Order sent ut, addiemd to "The
Illinois," vitl rueive prompt attention.
THE BOOK BINDERY :
- '4 There it no hind of Binding required by this community that cannot be
done at the Bulletin Cairo City Bindery in the Ixst oj style and at the lowest
If you have Pamphlets you with to preterm, tend tliem to ut for binding.
, If yuu hare Magazine to he bound, tend tltem in.
If you have Mutic tf he bound, und it in.
If you have Blank Book, isith or without printed heading, icr ran man
ufacure them for .
If you have Ruling to he done, tee can do it in the best tyle on the
V short tt notise.
The Bindery it in char,je of Me. AMBROSE W. PYATT, a fust-rate
workman, tchote devotion to hit business and the fromptness with which lu
turns out the bett of work, entitle him to all the patronage that Cairo hat in the
line of Book Binding and Ruling.
THE PICTURE FRAMING DEPARTMENT:
Having Purchased the Complete Stock of Mouldings and the Picture
Framing apparatus of the late firm of Rockwell t" Co., we are now prepared
to frame all kinds of Pictures, Manufacture Window Moulding and Cornice,
and do all kind of work in this line.
If you have Chromos, bring ww to us jor mounting and framing.
If you have Pictures of any kind bring than to ut, and at a trifling ex
!tut' tee will make them ornaments for your rooms and dwellings.
'Ordarsyddresfd to E. A. BURNETT, wiH be promptly attended to.
p Patronize Home Enterprise ;
Give the Old Man and the Young Man a Chance !
Cairn BulUti Company, Cairo
tinmlvbe In Wagea.
Tho following I a cyllnlnH of n wnl
ilwMon of the s.uprfiive court of llllnoU
In reHTt to iptruptlinicnt, which bo ob
viously nMT'( the construction of tli
Rtnlnte which prevail, in most JustlreV
court i4, lliHt It becomes ot conMioYmhla
IfcntTal importance :
1. W'hjtc exempt from jrarnlshmcnt,
conttruction if statute in regard. I'mlrr
Uif. Ptatut! -Xemplitijr tin: wage ol a
defendant, being the head of u family
and reidin? with the flame, to the
amount ot $25, the pltititltl (-an only re.
cover whatever may l due from the
gnrniKhee In excess ot $25 ut the time of
service of f nrnlMiee.
8. The jrarnixhcc proofs will not
reach any wage, that the debtor may
earn alter the crvloc. and before the til
ing ol Interrogatories und answer.
' 'J. When the nnwer of a jrnroiahce
Mated that the debtor whose wajje were
ought to be reached had been in Lis em
ploy from the time of art-vice of proees.
and had collected bill) for such garnishee,
and that they had frequent wttlcment
twtween the time of service of garnishee
process and flliQg his answer, that he had
no means ot telling how much
tic had paid the defendant on
account ot wages during that time,
hut that at no time had he owed the de
fendant to exceed $12, and that defen
dant was during all the time, the head ot
a family, and resided with the same, and
the answer was not contested. It was
held that the plaintiff could not recover.
4. An employer has a clear right.not
withstanding he has been served with a
garnishee pros. to pay to his employe
his wages, regularly, for the support of
his family, so long as the amount due
does not exceed $25 at any one time.
MT. CARBON(Bifl Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
romptly attended to.
tTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT VOAL COXPAXT.
l-tHatli'1ay Uro.'a -ifflee, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
rt-Hairiday Bro wherfboat.
I f"At Egyptian Hills, or
ITM U Cost trump, footefThutr-Elgbtb
OTFost Offloc Drawer. m.
I.iai OR DEALEKH
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WholcMl and UeUU Dtultrs la
WINKN OF A I.I. KINDN.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MK38B? . SMTTU A CO. have SonsUntlv
a laigt stock ot Ui beet RootU l Uit- mar
ket, and giv epecisl sttention to 1 be boluwU
ranch ol thr usins
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington and Commercl
Avenues, sAlolnma Hanny's.
KEEPS tit sale tbe best Beef, Pork, Mutton
Veal, Itmb, Sausage, M. . and U pre
rM1 tt wm fltmlllM In sn wwoUM. m
ARE PAID SB
3irbleTiiiTio ofeuty, if by
aecid.nt or oth.rwu. A
WOGNO of soy kind. th.
lots of a rimrer or T, or
the lost of an fcj, a KVIN
TCRE.if batilight, f itt a
pcntion. Ditaat of a.aas"S
or Verleoee Vein civ. a
ditchrgd for wound, iniuri..
or ruptura, you est full boua.
ty. rs.nd stamps for
copy of PcDtioa and Bounty
Actt. Addret. U letters to
U. S. CUim Agut, Indlanas.
lit, lad. S-On all letters
nara r. u. sm v
STBATTON & BIRD,
s9MVT AHxitOAM FOWDY CO
57 Ohio Lereee
a'MKTY Vr K HKTSBB Tr. tTSUC.
DR. C. MLANE'S
t'ju turn rise or
Hepatitis or I.ivcr Compbint,
I VblUlilA AND KICK HHDACHE.
Sym)tonw of a Diseased Liver.
IAIN in the right side, under the
edge of the rilw, in treats on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side ; the .atitnt is rarely uhle lo lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
b ft It tinder the shoulder-blade, ami
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
pppetite and sic kness ; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head Is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
l.eavy sensation in the back part.
There is gent rally a considerable loss
of memory .accompan ied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
oir.ething 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 burning1, and hs 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 where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of IT body,
after death, has r.hown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE ANI "FEVER.
Dr. C. M'.Lank's J.ivr.R Puts
IN CASES i)V ACIT. AND 1' FVER, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be ti.cd, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. V.'c
would advirc all who are afflicted
with this tii--ea-e to give them A
J AIR TRIAL.
For all Uilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
tc;ualed. BRWARK OF IHITATIOS.
The genuine Dr. C. M'.Lanl's
Liver Pin s ?re never t-ugar coatf d.
Every box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the iinpresMun L'r.
MVLANt's LtvtR Fills..
The genuine Lanl's Livtr
Pills bear the signatures of C
MLaxe and Fleming Eros, on the
Iiibkt on your druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. M. Lane's Livkr Pills, pre
pared hv Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To those wirmfc to five Im. C. MLam's
I iv 1'iLts X trial, we will mil pot paid to ny
prt of the I'mted Suite, one box of Pilii lor
FLEMING BROS.. Pitttburgh, fa.
ffifiQQ Caa't dc mane ly every ajrent
every month in the bunnee. we
furnUh, but those willing to work can easily
ears a dozen dollars a day right in their own lo
calities. Hare no room to eiplain here, I'uti
nees pleasant and honorable, Women, boys
and firU du as well as men. We will furnibh
you a complete outfit free. The busineae pay
better than anything e!se. We will bear ex
pense of starting you. Particular, fjee. Write
ami e, Karmer and mechanics, their sons
and ilaughiera, and all classes in need of paying
work at home, should write to us and learn all
about the work at one Now is th. time
lKin't dday. Address I Bi s ft Co., Aususta,
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Than ever fcr CASH.
Frem Fifty cents to Tweuty-flre dollars.
A lull line of late style Cornell and busier at
lower prices than ever before offered In
Cairo. Old straws made over, or taken
lu exchange fur new goods.
A full Stock of Ladies Woolen and Cotton
RIBBONS AND LAOES
Feathers, Flowers, etc., of every Teriety and
ai ail r rice.
If . ..int u.lnuil stilt, inj t will cri r.
mv custoiuers betler barvtains than ever offered
b.l)re URi. C Al'UCAN.
PAINT AND OILA.
B. F. Slako
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes.
Vn Paper, Window Olut, Win
dow 8hdei, toe.
Always on hand, Ike eelelirsbel illuuinatiBg
Oonter XUvtnth fUeet smi. Wehlf
A. I $twt I Do
Have cpcnnl in Ilii-ir Wholesale WarrlinmtM on
Wabash Avonue and Wash
A Large and Well Se
lected Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invite tho
Special ATTENTION of the
net I rsnaklln
N treele, III
Chartered hv the
State of Illinois
for the express
purpocf ot giving
n all casesitf private, rbronir, and urinary li
seaM in all their cumpliiated forms. It is well
known that lr.lami-s has stood at the head ol
the pniesion fur the lust 30 veurs. Afte und
etrrrienceareall-Jniportant. Nomlnsl Mrab,
". night lo.se- Ijjr ilrenrus. piinjilf. on the
la lot man'iooi. can poitltily be entieil
Indies waniina the most ilclicnte sttention, call
or WTite. I'leaatit hnnu for Imlienls. A book
for the million. Marring titiiiie. wlih li tolls
you all about these disars--who should marry
why not Id cents to juy postage. Dr .Iuiih-k
has 30 room, and parlor . You tee no one but
the doctor tnHce hours, a.m. to 7 u m. Snn
dars, H to IJ. All btMine. stricllv confldeu
laf 4-.'-'d w-'v.
SiTEAM Ho ATM.
Evansviile, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoionati
and all way landings.
The elegant tide-wheel team"t
ATaltbm B. raytNCTOW-.-. Sln.ier
HAKLRS I'KKKINriTON Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 6
o'clock v. m.
The flee steamer
Ban Howard . Jlaetcr
to. TnoMAS.: t'ierk
Iieave Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
With Arsfe-claM steamers for sit. Louis. Slem-
f ibis and New Orleans, and at Eviuieville with
he E. A C. K. K. for all points North and Ltst,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamers fokftll
points ou the Loner Uhio. nivinu throtuuiv
eeipu on freight and passengers to all points
ror tinner inrormanon apiny to
UOL. 81LVKU. Vasaenger Agent.
Or to U J. GltAMMKR,
juperiulendeut and General fTuitclit Agent,
li-l-Jii-l. kvanaville Indiana.
' VARIETY NTORC
WHOLESALE AND HETAJL.
US THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Close.
Corner 19tb St. al Oommercls Av
C. 0. FATTER & CO.
a a OTttained
oTttained in the Tnlted
Canada, and r.u
terms ss low as
I' auy other rulia-
iuvtcd in lb hug-
lish and foreign angnsges. witn inventors, Al
I irnevs st iavw, and othir ollclltos, eeporuill
W th Ilioae wbo have hwl tllt'irca-e. rej-ctwl in
the ban. la ol other attorney. In relented eases
our tees are reasonable, aud uo charge- U made
unlea we are tucccaaUd.
If you want a pat.
ut, .end u a mod. I
or aketith and
lull description ol
ay our inxeiitiou.
W' will uiAe an
(.niiuutional the patent office, ud II think
it imtentuble, wlUsene you alr andadb,
i and prosecute vour cae. Our foe will be in or
dinar) cases, ti
m l Tal or wrltU'U in mam rs
HI laiing to i-.tenia. n
eelt . Ks-ComBlsslneT or Patents,
tleveUnd. Ohio O. M ...kielley, Eae . "ec'f
Kaiional UrsBce. Louisville, kr Coiuino.lor
ffau'l Amman. V. 8. N., Waafdngtou. . U.
deud eilamp fr enr 't.ul'le for obtaia
lui Talenta." aWh orWire
.VJJicM :-l.n ier A ., nnl
tors ot Patent, U letiiugiou, l C.
rim.AntuMu . r
TUIs reHt Ir.ternutiooat LxlilMliuii. il
iiieil iu c tiititomoriitc lite tue hundieilth
stiuiver.nrjr or American Imtf nende ncc,
oppnod May loth, ami will c!oe Sovcaiber
1'ith, IsTd. All the nations ri thn woiM
mid all llio stiitv' ami territories of tlie l u
I ii are imruciDiitiiii; la thl. wnnilerlnl t'
tui.n.trati ii, bringinK l';'r:b( r tho most
ciiniin lirn-ive c llct tion S itt tret.nits,
rriPi'liaiilcal invetitioDs, scit-.ititli' dis.-ovei-tries,
m uiufa' turnip n Mcvciiii it, nunc r
nl spccltin ti", ml s(;riculuirul f ro'lm l.
t .er rxlitliited. Tho k-rolltidt rii vi-trd t
t lie exhibition hre.ltui.ti-d on the Hap of
the 1'iTitisylvania Uxilronil and t-mlMre Vn)
acres of hairinotiiit 1'aik, all lfghly i un
lroved s,in I omiiiiieiited, on vruli li are
erected toe laritft building, everennstrtic
ted lie of tlie-e covering an ttrva ol liny
arrcs 1 eos-.in( ."t,(r 0.XK). The total
number of buildings erected for the pur
poes of Ihe exhibition 1 near two bun
ure.d. During tho Uiirts Unys iinmcliati y
followinr? the open nj? ol tlic exbililtion :t
rulllloTi nttd a qua tor ! people viitiie.t it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE OBEAT TBUKK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
Is the mm, direct: conveoipnt and econom
ical way ol rearliinir Fbiladelpbla nnd tbis
great Exhibitioa from all seetions of the
country. Its trains too and Irotu Pinliiilel
pbfa will pu t broil!) h a jrand Cnte ntilal
depot, w bu ll the coiDpitiiv bits erected at
tbo inaiti entrance to' tbe Kxbibilion
grounds for the ac. ouimodutlon of paesen
gers wbo vrl b to utop at or start Irom the
burueroui laro hotels rontiguou to this
station one tbo Ksbibltion a convenience
ol tbe greatest value to visitors, sud alt'ord
ed i xriu vely by rbo i'enniylvrnia Ki!
;nl, tvbirb i the only lino I iiiiiiiri' lin:i t
til. I ,1 1 M ,1 tt tl I Illil.ltM.rd I."
" " ' ........ ...iv... M". UIFIUH
rains will nloMp at tho J.iirntiipnien' of
ua Himin (i iiiiHiiHiniry, at r.nu M.Hinu
The i-ennnylvaiila HnUrortd U tin frrand
tht raiiuny orunizMlou in tbo. wornl. it
I'nnl'o'iini'ii tlioii-.iiMl mile!, of iO!nl va,
lminliig contlntioini Vim e 'i I'liUMlittl,iii,
Mw Yolk, litiltitnore, ami w-biittoD,over
wbieb luxuriuut day aud inlil ears aro
run frm rhicoto. st. Loul-, l.ouiiie,( id
i innatl, lndi:iupoliit columlms, Toledo,
Cleveland aud trie without! chir.jjc.
itx main line is laid wile double and t bird
track ol heavy steel rally upon cloep bci
of broken Mono ballad, ud ill hrldffbs are
all ol Iron or stone, its passenger trsinn
i; ii-, 'i uu rieii BDUflU iniprote
i nun t lor citm'ort and ilcty, and are run at
tabter peed lorrtatcr distancee thsn the
train! ol any line, on the continent. '1'be
coaipauy na Itfsely inereased its erpuip
nifiit lor 'Jedieiin'al travel, aud will be pre
pared to build in itn own chops, at uort
notice fufflelent to fully Nceouitnodate any
any extra demand. The tiBequailed rc
enurces at the oniuiiud of the company
ot the company tmrntee the most pcrfacl
aecouimodations lor all its patrons during
the Ceuteuulal Exhibition.
The mejrnificf nteeenenr for which tbe
roonsylvania Kailroad I-'to iuttlr celebra
ted present to the traveler over is perfect
roadway an eveiH-banLMnf panorama of
river mountain und landscape views une
ntitled in America.
The eating station on this line are un
rfurpatje d. Mea'swiKbe furnished at suit
able, hours and anple time allowed lor en
Excursion ticVets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all ibe principul railroad ticket
office in the Went, Northwest and South
west. He sure that your Dckets real Tia the
tlreatl'ennsylvania route to ths Centen
nial. FHASK THOMSON,
Cien. Titsn'r Agl
THE NEW MAGAZINE,
Dnnnri r. op
T7T! Jl T
TnB I TjAjV
HU RTIt MMHK11 (JI I.YJ HEADY To
ll A Y .
With a line txd Portrait or A. T. Slewar
hi. Carter, Jicath, W ill and Succession.
Aud besides the unique and valuable Ulury ot
lmtriuut evenu ant occurrt ni'ea thrwiighttiit
the worli. Ibis uumlier c.nuin., auioiig t
hnndred othrr articles, tbe foiluwiiig poiutaol
Queen Victoria's New Title.
lr. John ilall'a Ai.nl l'hUow.luTS (Tenia) ,
the True AnuricAn -a chuntcteribtic j'ueni.
Wusbington a .Mar.hu! of ranee.
Jean Ingi low's Kancy.
Mew Home-Car foetry, for April.
Hum Pedro's CharacteriMica.
A Whist Party in the Ark.
'three Capitalist Ahlor, Stewart, Yauderhilt.
Murk i witin ai a lloia- Auction.
Kiret Female Iohoy iet at Waahington.
l h tilrl of Sevll e a SpaniaU Poem.
Koyalty in the 1'nitcd States.
Arteiuus Ward's t haracler and Peculihrltlc.
Monthly Keeurdol (lonirreia. etc.
't hings toU laugheit at .popubtr and toachlng
poems, sketche-, iucidenta. Ac. in such attrac
tive variety, that it fonu the richest amount of
valuable and entertaining leading almost ever
embraced In a magazine.
This new Periodical, which has already reach
ed such an enormous popularity, is
Qomethina; new and original In the way of a
O Monthly Magazine, belne a sort of ketercuce
Scrap-Hook, or monthly record of important
events that happen in any part of the world,
with a selectmu of the most popular miscellany
otitic current month, prose and poetry, foreign
andtiotneatiu. Edited by r reus Mcure, of lie
Ttcautifiilly printed, with ao elcguiit Steel Por
trait of the moat prominent person of the month
iu euro .Suiube".
One of the most entertaining sud valuable fl rat
class jnonthlv magatinea eer burned. I 'rice, VI
ceuta a mouth, or .i'o lur a year's subscrip
tion po.tage paid by the publishers.
CJ Yearly riubecriptious begin with anv
0. W. CHAELET05C3., Publisher!,
Jladisnu fc'iuure. New York.
blXTIT STBEET, Between OIIIO
LEVJSE AND COMMERCIAL
afanifeturbieown Bora BhoeotAtt
caw Assure Good Work.
. PATRONAOC tOLIOITCS
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the poliele of rbe
Republican party, and reltue to be tram
melled by the dictation of any clique la tl e
It beiieves tbat tbe Kepublican party Las
falHUed its tnivslon, and that the Ixido-
rallc pnrty as now organized shoulu be re.
utored to power.
It believes tbe ltadlcal tTraonti
or several year oppressed the Fo
tbould be overthrown and the people cl the
Southern States permitted to control their
vn a flairs.
It believes that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by kglnleUve e carta
menif from extorting and unjustly discrim
inating in tbelr.buelnese transactions with
It rcoj;nLe the equality o be
fore the law.
It advocatet free commerce tsrlfl for
it advocates resumption el specie pay
meet, and honest payment ot the pnbl!
It advocates economy in tbe admloliira.
lion ol public aflalrs
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Bulletin will publish all tbo locai new
ot Cairo, and a variety of Commercial. Po
'.'Ucal, Foreign and (Jeneral News, and st
Uoavor to please alJ tastes and interest all
Is a thirty-two column rper, turnlsbeo to
subscribers tor the low price of
$1 25 FEB TEAR,
Postage prepaid. It la the cheapest pope r
In the West, and li a pleasing Flrenoo
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot tail to see the unrival lndue
menu offered by Tbe HulleUa In tbe
of cheap and profitable advertisements.
CO A rr .'
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