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OKI50 to the political cxcitomont which
prcvtlod In tho city, nnd Iho services
which woro hold In Iho dlfloront churches
and tho scanty numbor thl asiombUil nt
the theatre, wo were enabled to clcur clov
en dollar, (11.00) fioo of all espouses,
which inm we paid over to tho Orphan
Asjlum. Y. D.A.
Y. 11. D. A. Tho members of the nbovo
assoeUtlon will meet t their room on to.
morrow(Prlday) evening ai 7 o'clock thorp.
Every member Is expected to bo prciont
and begin active work for the coming sea
son. Jlyordorof C. S. DKLAY,
jfov 11 2t President.
Gkruik ScnooL Association'. There
will be ft meeting of thp German School
Association on Mondsy evening next, In
tho School house on.fourtconth street, on
which occosiontlio mcmboM nri expoctcd,
nnd earnestly requested to bo present.
CARL L. THOMAS, Secretary, novlOtd
Tha Jolllleatlaii t Mann tlly.
Kdllor Bulletin i
AVc hope number of our Democratic
friends from Cairo will join ui to-night In
our celebration of tho great Democratic
victory. If you can, bring tho cannon nnd
an experienced man to tire. Wo dcslro to
"wake tbo echoci." Wo will pay all ex
pomci. Yours, etc,
Committee or Arranqxuknts.
Lbctcrk. Aa heretofore announced,
Mm Elizabeth Cady Stanton will lecture
at the Athcnicum, Saturday evening,
Xov. 12th. at TJ o'oluckn.m.
Admission fXkents, Reserved icati 76c
At any tltno between tho bouri of 0 and
12 o'clock a.m.. and 2 and 4 p.m. en Sntur
dnv. reicrvcd scats may bo obtalnod on ap
plication at tho Athenicum. I)y order of
2t ,Y. M. 0. A.
UtUXD OrtNIMQ TsUbl Salc Attkk
tiox MiacHAxa. Having, received large
consignments from the Etut, I will offer at
my sales room on Saturday, Nov. 12th, at
J o'clock, a.m., alio In tho evening at 7
o'clock, p.m. a largo atiortmcnt of Buck
and Bod Olovei, Dry Uooda, Boots and
Shots, Cro:kory, and a full assortment of
Ulanware by the case or dozen, alio hott
ing and .cooking Stoves, and a variety of
second hand Furniture. All goods offered
will poiltlvely be sold.
Nov. 115t Auctioneer.
Mus. Uaut Stanton To-mokkou
Niuht. Our .readers will bear In mind
that the first of tho series of lectures to le
delivered In this city during tho winter
under the auspices of tho Young Men's
Christian Association, will bo delivered
by Mrs. Cady Stanton, In tne Athcneum
It Is unnecessary for us to speak of the
ability of Mrs. Stanton as a leeturcss.
Her fame has preceded her, and her name
Is as familiar as "household words" in
every homo In tho land. The Athenoum
ought to, and doubtless will be fll led to
overflowing, not only on account of tho
eminenco of tho locturois, but bec&uio our
citizens feel disposed to encourage the ef.
forts of tho Y, M. C. A. to furnih ui ra
tional and profitable pasthno fur at least a
portion of our winter evenings.
Mayor Wilson and John Q. Hah
Man. The Democrats of Cairo have cuuso
fur congratulation In tho fact that such
men a Mayor Wilson and John Q. Her
man, Ksq., till places in tho boards of jud
ges In the North nnd South Cairo precincts
Had tho board been made up of timid men
the result would have been n Hadlcal vic
tory In the city through Illegal negro
voles. Negroes had congregated hem from
it half dozen Southern Slutes to vote tbo
Kadical ticket. Such of them us had a
right to vote, voted; but tho great majori
ty of thoie who had no such right, did not
vote. Wo gave warning In advance that
tho ballot boxes should not lo stuffed by Il
legal ballots. Wo felt justified therein by
our knowledge of tho fact that Mayor
Wilson and John Herman, acting under
tho obligation of an oath, would bo thcro
to prevent the accomplishment of tho
Tbo Democracy or Cairo, cry taxpay
irof Cairo, owes Me.srs. Wilson and Hnr
inan a dobt of lasting gratitude, as they
prevented the initial stoptowurd thu dlsas.
Ur of negro domination. They did their
fluty honestly and fearlessly ; enforced the
law as they understood It without a sign
of flinching, and thus preserved tho city
firm in hor undent faith.
Tub Central Meat Maiikkt
Messrs. Fred Kochler & Co, of tho Cen
tral Meat Market, desire It understood that
they keep all kinds of meats, beef, pork,
tnulton, lamb and veal; that they buy and
slaughter the best and fattest animals
brought to this market; dress nnd servo
out the meats In a neat and cleanly man
her, and deal with everybody fairly ond
Market baskets of customers delivered
free of charge to any prt of iho city.
Fresh sausage on sale every morning.
Buy your meats, then, at th
Meat Market, ticnr tho corner of Tenth
street, oh Washington avenue.
To House wives. We uto a charter Ouk
Stove, or at least our better half docs, and
she aays there "is nothing in the way of
cooking that can not bo dono easy and
quickly on that stove, and we therefore
roewntnonj It to all. Nov 7th d&w l t
No Paper To-morrow.
Having failed to rccolvo n supply of
paper ordered over n woek ago, nnd being
unable to obtain nny in tho city, wo nro
compelled to loso ono Issue, of tho But
LKTiXt Tho next papor will nppcar,
thercforo, on Mendny cvoning.
SlIKEIlAN AND AUNOLD. Among tllO
many Democrats who deservo well of
their party for work porfonncd on Tues
day last, common Justico demands that wo
name Mr. John Shochan and Mr. Joseph
Arnold. They stood at tholr posts at tho
South Cairo polls liko faithful sontincls,
and to their fearless and unflagging efforts
wo may largely attribute the defoat of the
purpose of tho Radical clique of
Cairo to stuff tho ballott box
with tho votes of foreign no-
groos. fence nan nnd "Arnold know, nt
sight, every negro rcsldont and votor in
Cairo; nnd they made no challenge
which they did not conscientiously believe
to bo demandod of them as citizens and
Democrats who desired n fair nnd honest
election. Their eorvlcos should be, and
no doubt will bo, gratefully remembered.
The rcoPLB'a Mka t Mamckt. 0
Oaycr & Co., rnorniETons. Tho meat
market just opened by Oayor and Co., nt
tho corner of Washington Avcnuo and
Tenth street, Is Just oxnetly such n incut
market ns those who know Oaycr would
expect him to establish when ho "spreads
himself." Everything is now, freshly
painted, and wears nn stir of cleanliness
that no ono will fall to commend.
Gayer & Co. aro among tbo oldost and
most experienced butchers of ,tha country
and have learned that it pays best to keep
first class meats, nnd command a first class
custom. If citizens would, therefore, so'
euro splendid fresh moats, pork, beef, mut
ton, veal, lamb or sausage they enn al
ways find thorn in any quantity desired nt
tho l'eonlu'g meat market Just try It. tf
Flour Mxrchant. Wo ask attention
to the card of Mr. Wood KIttenhouso,
flour merchant, Ohio Lovco.
Mr. Ttittenhouso is ono of our oldot and
most substantial morchnnls, and a man
who maintains a character for tho highest
commercial intogrity, promptness and
precision, no enjoys excellent facilities
aliko for rocelvlng nnd shipping Hour, ana
having largo wor'erooms ho is enabled to
supply all ordinary demands on nn hour a
notice nnd extraordinary demands In
"short order." He enjoys tho cntlro con
fldoneo of tho business public nnd is eml
ncntly worthy of tho largo slmro of tho
Hour trado of tho city which ho onjoya.
Puisne Fioiit Jim Hkaiidon and Jack
Kidman. Two brulor, narnnd Jim
ltcardon and Jnck Kedmon, said to bo
roustabouts on board tho steamer Nick
Longworth, crossed over to tho Kentucky
shorn about ono o'clock to day and battered
each other's mug "according to tho rules
of ttio Loodon prlzo ring."
The fight was for a purse of 550, and was
very sharp, short nnd dojlslvo, twouty-ono
ono rounds bolng fought In tho in credibly
short Interval of twenty-three minutes.
Both men wore badly punished, especially
about tho head and face, lloardon was
About fifty citizens nnd steamboatmcn
were spectators of tho brutal scene.
Aa KnlhusUatle Dtiuoiittrallon.
Tho Domocrats of Cairo yesterday woro
tbo happiest set of men wo over saw, and
tho Radicals tho most forlorn and misera
ble. About 7 o'clock last night tho boom of
cannon nnd tho blaze of bonfire signaled
tho time unci placo for tho commencement
of thu grand Democratic Jolliflcatiun. Hun
dreds of whlto men and a number of ladles
gathered in tho Court House, nnd thorn
exchanged tho heartiest congratulations
over the glorious result of the election. Tho
Silver Cornet Band was present and dis
coursed splendid music a perfect feast for
tho glad hearts that beat so high with ex
citement and enthusiasm.
A hundred guns woro fired, und now and
then such shouts rang out upon thu night
air as liavo rarely boon heard in Cairo.
Morgan, Allen, Webb and Oborly made
speeches that woro in perfect nccord with
tho occasion, and which brought out rounds
of applause that made tho building trem
ble to Its very foununtlon. It was, in
short, tho happiest, largeit nnd most re
spectable jiolitlcrtl gathering we ever iuvt
To ksjov Lifk'h Blkminos Wb Must
Uayk Health, It Is a stubborn fact that
every human being is more or less predls
poked to disease ; and In tho Spring tho ox
oiling caubes of dlsose am numerous and
actlvo,'nd sickness it exceedingly preval
ent. Now, to counteract the baneful Inllu
enccs which sometimes toll with fearful uir.
ect upon our system at this period of the
year, a certain anu agreeable remedy is
furnished bv Mesars. Dr. S. B. II
& Co., of Lancaster and Pittsburg, Pa. II
is mm noted and clucacioue Invigorant and
tonic, MlSHLEH'H HE KB BITTEKS
a life-giving preparation and in universal
use. It Is tho best blood purifier now be.
foro tho public ; it Invigorates, renovates,
aim tieaiiics tho lifu current within iu !
corrects all tho irregularities of thesystein; j
imparts fresh vigor and strength to thu
constitution ; and produces perfect health
and fluo spirits where now are general dobll
y and nervousness. Everybody ought to use
It la the Spring mid Hummer, as it will bu
found a reliable protection m-nlnst dl
and a promoterof happiness. Nov 7 cod,; w '
A MUCK DWELLING HOUSE VOV.
A two story brick resldonco, ndmlrnbly
nrratigcd, with largo grounds (4 lots), Bit
uatcu c n tho corner of Uolbrook avcnuo
nnd 'I vfT.ty-third street, will bo sold on tho
most vn-x nablo torms. It is located on
high grounds, in an excollont nolehbor-
hood, tho grounds containing bearing fruit
troes, vinos nnd cholco toloctlonsof shrub
bery, it is, in short, ono of tho completes!
omcs in tho city.
A pply to W. H. THOMAS,
At Thomas, Green & Aldcn'3.
Cur Taxes. Tho city tixos aro now
duo and must be paid on or boforo the 10th
instant utnorwiie, costs will bo added
as I shall, on that day commence tho prep
aration, or tho delinquent list. No further
tlmo can bo glvon. J. B. TAYLOR,
Nov 2, 1870. lot
Clkaii as the Sky is that balmy flud
which is taking tho placo of tho unctioui
compounds hitherto used for dying the
Imlr. Phalon's Vitalin, or Salvation for tho
Hair, Is as cloudless ns "thu light in boau.
ty's oyes., and It darkens gray hair to nny
shado from golden brown to perfect ebony
Sold by nil druggists. Nov 7lhd&wlw
OnnTiviCATKor an KminkntCiikxiiht.
I lmvo mnden careful chemical analysis of
the Sozodont, from nn impartial samplo
purchancsl by mo personally, from a lead
ing drug house of this city, but nothing of
Injurious or objcctlouablo character has
boon fouridlu its composition.
James C. Pohlu.M. D.,
Analytical Chemist, 489 Broadway, New
York. Lato Dr. James It. Chilton & Co
"Spnulding'n Glue," useful nnd true.
ov 7th p
D. LAMUKnr, Ohio Levee, between
Eighth and Tenth strcqts, has enlarged
and improved bis shaving nnd hair-cutting
nnd is prepared to shavu customers in
first class stylo.
Clean towels, sharp razor and courteous
attention aru among tho attractions of tho
"How my eyes ache," (said a lady
whilo reading Harper's edition of Dick
en's Pickwick.) Now, If that lady had been
using Lazarus & Morris' perfected spec
tacles, sbocouldhavo read tho sumo size,
typo from four to six consecutive hours
without tho slightest Inconvenience.
Taber &. Bros solo ugonUs, Sco ndve'r
I'l-ouif Cli olco Family F lour inbls
half bids., sacks, &c, for solo nt tne Egyp
tian Mills. bu
Shell oysters receive! every day by
Louis Herbert. tf
Arlington Colntnl'iii, Armln I'.ilnrali,
itnJTuor, 81. Louis Hi. J(rili, Mmjlils
I.uugwnrtli, - ' Tom Itn-s, N. O.
Miirr Alicr, " Ark. Cln.
ri.Hlsrr, " lrllcwllil, Ksnn.
A. liskir, Uai-oClror. FrUinUhlj', Ht.Jolmt.
AilliiKlon, Colmnbui, ArmfwU, I'siJursli,
arx. itfii,.rK. juvtr, ' uranil Tower, Jlriuii.
HI. Joi.li, hi. Lotil Murjr Alleo, N. O.
friendship " I.onprortli '
A JJkcr Cp filrnnlciuj M. Hilwr '
Tho weather !i again gloomy ond dls
agroublo today. Thermometer Ct dog.
Tho river has fallen two inches since
Tho Mississippi continues falling at
St. Louis, but n rise Is roported a bo to Ke
okuk. Tho Missouri is falling.
The Cumberland is falling, with only
fifteen Inchos on Harpcth Shoals.
Business hero continues good. Tho
principal receipts for rcshlpment South
wcro per railroad during tho past week.
Tho Mary Allco and barges rocolved
700 tons hero.
Tho Nick Longworth received nearly
Tho (Jrand Tower recelysd over 100
Tho St. Joseph discharged hero IJ03
bales cotton for reshipmcnt Knst per rail,
nnd 789 packages dried fruit for Chicago.
The Armadi brought fifteen tons of
Tho linker brought 1,37C bbls of flour
nnd limo for reshipmcnt South, nndLM bbls
lime for tho 1. C. lt.lt.
Tho Idluwild brought 01 sacks of
wheat, 108 bbls of meal, 15 pkgs sundries
for Cairo, 112 uncles of whaat for St. Louis,
and 340 bbls flour, 1,001 bbls potatoes, 80
bbls whiskey, M bbls apples, W) bbls boans,
and n fow lots of sundries for rcshlpment
Tho Ohio Is falling nt Tittshurg with
four feet largo In tho channel. More rain
hat! fallen, but tho weather Is cold, and
prospects for moro wntor arc unfavorable.
Tho river Is falling at Cincinnati and sta
tionary at Louisville, with scant throefeet
water on tho falls, andjnoarlv tlvo foot to
The reconstructed Dexter will ho
launched from Hamilton' Marine Ways
ui -Mound city to-morrow,
Tho now iron steamer for ljd rlvor
will ho launched to-morrow at Cincinnati,
She Is 180 foot long, 42 fool wido, with 7
fret hold. Tim hull is divided Into cloven
water-tight compartments, and it is claimed
that she can neither burn, sink or break.
Sho will draw 21 inches light when In run
ning order. She h a storuwheelor and will
carry 1,1!00 torn,
Tho City of Vieksburg is tho packet to.
day for Vieksburg, and tho QulcVstop ro
The Armada leaves for Paducrh "r a
4 p. in.
Xov. 10, 1870.
Wo have vory liltlo chango to noto in
our innrkot.ai.ncd our last semi-wookly rc-
vlow, nnd prices of all tho leading articles
of produce romain stoady, with a generally
Wo nlludod, a short time since, to tho ro
marknblo increase of cotton shipments oast
ward from Cairo, aa compared with those
of forrner aoasons, and givo below the fig
ures, ns furnishod by the obliging officers
Of tho Illinois Central Railroad.
Numborjfifcales shipped cut per
' Bluo Line, and National Line, from
Sept. 1st to Nov. 1st, 1870- 9,321
Number for same time last year 4,091
Incroaso this yenr ,030
This Is only CO bales less than tho cntlro
amount shlppod from hero in tho season of
1808nnd 'C9, which was 9,381 bales. A
largo amount has gone forward slnco tho
first of this month, and receipts are com
ing by almost overy boat from below.
Tho sales of flour for tho month of Oc
tober woro vory light, and tho number of
Aggrbgnlud but 11,339
Number previously reported 200,000,
Total from Jan. 1st to Nov. 1st 311,r.t5
Thu extreme deprcsiion In tho flour
mnrketfor'tho past two months has cur
tallod the business very materially, nnd
it Is now scaroo!yjposlblu that tho total
sales will cqnal !thoso of last year, which
aggregated about UCO.OOO barrols. As the
same depre4ilon prevails In other markets,
the lost in aggregate sales is no evidence
of moro than a temperary decline In tho
business, which is cntlroly owing to for
eign complications, cutting off the export
flovr has been oxtremoly quiet this
wtek with only a vory light local and
order demand, which was supplied at un
changed, prices, Thoro were no sales of
straight cur lots reported. Kales comprised
I'iS bbls various grades, from super to
cholco family at from $460 to $7 SO.
'J7S " ctty mills, winter wheat flour sin
'gle, double and troblo extrm, at
$5 25, $T, 50 and f 0 25 per bbl.
75 " XXXX family at $7 00
J IVIlCllt Is In good demand for good
milling varieties, with sales of 1 car fair
red atll 05, and 1 car May wheat at
I 12 on track. Receipts aro light.
Cssrn. Tharo Is nothlnirdolnir In con-
sequence of thoro being no receipts. Choice
now wniio corn in duik woum command
QOo per bush. 23 sacks ordinary mixed
sold at 63o dultvcrcd.
OalN havo been quiet, and tho market
1 car whito, on track 41c
D " mixed, delivered 41c
1 " " " Q 40c
nil In new burlaps.
Hiiy Is without change, ami Is In fair
demnnu. Sales wero
2 cars mixed delivered at $10 U0
a " " io 60
5 " primo mixed delivered at 17 00
1 " " " on track at IT 00
1 " " delivered at.... IT 60
Corn ITfC'JRl 100 bbls kiln dried sold.
delivered, at J 25, 50 bbls City Mills steam
dried on private terms, nnd 30 bbls dittoat
Rran I tons, in sreks, sold from storo
nt 518. 0.0, sacks included.
Provisions Are dall and us
changed. Iliitler Is less nctlvo, tho markot be
ing better supplied.
4 pkgs choice roll sold at C335o
28 " prlrao to cholco sold t 27&35c
14 " ordinary to fair sold ot 2028e
Kfra-i-Aro vory scarce. Pive pkgs
sold nt 2830c, shipper's count.
Poultry Is plenty and in moderato
domand. Twelve coops chickens sold at
32 00, 2 50 and $3 00 per doz.
Applvsj The market is woll supplied,
with fair demand for choice only. Sales
00 barrels from
tnrn at $2 50, 3 00 and $3 CO
10 Imrrels in bad
ordor at j 50
10 barrols wlrtor
lVnrmainint.... 2 50
l'olalocc -Continue very dull, though
firmly held by dealers, who have good
stocks In storo. Small lots urosolllnjr from
storo at ?2 50 and ?2 75 per bbl.
OiileilH Aro dull at $3 25$3 50 from
storo in bbls.
SorguHUi BfoInaajiHi-Is in good
supply with moderate demand. 4 bbls
sold ut 15c.
CJrocerlC? aro quiet and unchanged
on nil descriptions.
Frcihta are easy at quotations, with
fair shipmonts South.
Tho woather Is clear and flno, with
frosty nights, and bright pleasant days.
VIIKKMI'.-New Vork Factor.-. 10.13
corfiiK I'mii to ciioij......M,.isax,4
Uoinmon (o Flr......-,IO)Sa
B.tSfnr.KSt-Slar, lixkt wi(ht... 1
:nr.T -Id Ixirrrls. -............1S;aa3 00
powui:R-Kei, nne.... si oo
Kftii, hlastlne OOat as
MOUS-UM-Nair Orletnt In bMs...
Uo. per K bbl
I lOal MO
,.. Ha HVJe
tlIS CosIvt gallon
RUI'K-Uachlna. saada, Kr. fr lb.,
iibdu nwiv, par iu.,,,.....
Msailla, par lb...- ... M6aHT
RIKD FKUIT-l-MChvs, for q'S and ulf
Apples, per lb........
lOAI'-Roala, per a.....-. - Tat
HUUAH llaril, per lb..- iI 6
A OoDm m...'imlBc
Kstra Cwi-.. MwuM xa
New croii. N, U. In libiln,
' in LU
Pemsrara In Lbls KlJc
HIIUT-Aorleil nambers, per keg...S OOaaao
Huok.'A'klblMK JS,al S
liar Lend, pr lb .. tS)alOj
TOIIACCU-Dark, ir lb.....-...e afl
l.uht, tier . 75m UO
UrlKht, ir lb...M.- 7 A al 00
Huiokinic, per lb, pks- 38al 00
riSlt-SI'krel, No. I, jierbbl.new
No.S, ' " lTOOalBOO
No-2, " " laooaiooo
No.l klU 11 HTSaa 00
No. '. " " Sonus M
No,, 1 SOal 76
l(ICi:-lVr lb - losalle
KAI.T l'r bbl ........ .'-S i3a
BOUA-Hi Oarbin ki'K', prlb.-. To
" inlioxes, porlb NaNo
M.tll.N-l'erkee, 10.1 to Wd.... . 78a4 00
uilirrmie in irniurMoii,
IJlO VIHIONH-Pork, tnes, l,M.flfl 00s'27 00
iTiuni mpn pnrK, pr nuu
L'li'iir sldos,j)er lb
Hil.liocl slilei,, pnr III
pliiin hams, por lb.........
Hhouhtrra por II, ....
liAltrs Tierces Hiid,bll,pertb,
K anl half bbln, bertb....-
White llouns, per lunli
. I Mill'- 00
J fllln'J 73
1!3 n 1 3U
10 a 1 l.
M a 1 0
BO al OO
Unions, per l,U......!
No. 1 While 1
Choleo KM 1
No. I Bed
Onlmarv Kr Wane
A Card So stmslMe I'eople.
Ilnllonal reader. If Iho pet of the weather
wa nneertsln, you would not U fiHvlh tnoush
lo nMdiire out without an oiereeat or aa uni
bnlla. Ilnvo the f.rreal. then, lo -ri'lv jour,
tell nt thm dnetcn oa dh iiirlMc
mote Imiortaht tMka r.llr l lb1 iIkW.
trtisthen our tomB aad en- jK
rrRnUte joiu lier ad Jr N:. 1. "" '
o.:aa aud flieer J'r aatai rr- ! (H
aretaUe eorJit, l?iw .. sl rt.wtvt.
Ier" llillrr. ;fcV! .' !''' ' ' t .(
cA'v h . h fatleej vfm S'e . V
Ulnl, "puSr ad mac. wvi
"lie tf oat ial .; mti t
lualiw tod eT etSiliH. y 1"1' "''
tlilithe ffrU te neVte r- A
a rrnied j, a eH na t0imu S wtj nmsv
Uer aaJ se, 4 f a-r r-r
coinb.a-1 , a 4 'prite $ri- m j 1 i
ktiia S eh ef ijf"W"e a
Antietpste lhee "le Htiniiin otv
inerst4edl 1 ares mp.w
plntte, wiMet f. T v Aim f-v.f
ajinl them etsW, jpeJ rioSre? TVki ue
qitelin A tHlle r t t Si (ne" 6rra t
inJlcloe of the , Hel wrr'i hit U
ttrrnsl.len atd lnr p ? Ktfj yomi-rt so
ruMe themte Uatb a "fiefe e Irie
mortiiJnulirr ahwh a eltah-4 la peP ";
through )ovr prpirtion hrooj;a ft a
r jiiimer flnJ n mh tm . A 1 -e-fd
conuttractiDicatmt lilhrrrfote Deednl, ao.i ou
hae II la llotrtl. r' Bitter. The neetral the
lnitcrle niorl from whfh dueae ercio:e,
an I regulate alt the Mrelne uigaus NetMe
caa lie more ha.-mlefr more heathfu' notlnn
no loU'ut lo proiciitorfuru Ulionava'.iittpep
lt, ferer and sjne. con:i9lion anJ;nerl d-
liilll)-, A IliH Monderful cor e. lite.
ov. T e&dAvr
Hr(Taoai or A m 1 Co.,
General Commission Merchant,
Xo. Ohio Lcvvf,
riovlltf CAIRO, ILL.
Kvaryoss bla awsi Doctor.
A prWato InatritcSnr for married percios cr
tlioo aUmt to be married, Uith maionnd f'inato
iu vrrrjthlDKi'o'.cerBltiK thiH'hJsioloey aud ro
latlon of our eitial yleni, and tlin production
and prorentiiin i,f ollprinK, Inelinlina Ilia nevr
lltooreriet neter liefur" kib In lhoT:n2llih Un
Kuae, by A M.VUIIMJ. M. I). 1M l really a
valuable and lotereatiux work. It It written 111
plain la?;iiB;e for thexeneral rei ler, and H lllu.
rated with numeroun eairrarloce. All yuiin
liiarrio-t people, or thoieconlemplatloK marrlase,
ml lit(nK!ie leaal Inipedlmrnl 10 married file
should real tiila book. II discloses secret that
etorr uneshuuld be acquainted wild j aim li a
lMok that inn it bo locked up and not lie about
Hie houe. 11 f III be sent to ane addrea on re
eelpt of Mcent. AddreM Ir. U'M. YOUMI. No.
SlSHpruco iron, abose 'uurth, I'hllaKlpliia.
FUIl OVB CEtaEIIUATBD
A.nd Eyo Glaswew,
flThe undermeDtlonodd'aTtttitnicen urer tlionoln
ordinary uie, the proof of vhieh may b en in
the KaSraardlltarsr sale and tunitnntlv in.
Creating demand ;for them t
Int. Thatfrom the poeuliar eorntnietlori of the
Klamea they AVIIhT ami PIUVtKKVK iho l((ht,
rvndermx freiueutehiiKe unncceary.
3d. That they oonfer a brillianny and dlt net.
nen of llun, wiihnnamouot of LAST, auil COM
FOUTnot hitherto enjoyed by apectaelu Hearer.
S. That the material fmrii nhieh the I.en'fiaro
cround, U manufaclured tppolallj fur cptmpur
.oo, and I, 1'UllK, IIAIlD and llllll.MA.NT,
and not llaUoto become furalched.
Stli. Thai lh frame In hlcli lliey r el,
whether in Hold, Hllier or Hteel, are of the flnet
quality and flnih, and gurntid pufei-t In
WATCHMAKUUS, JKWKLl'US ANU
Kino Jewelry, Diamonds, Holhl Hilrer, Mated
Warei alo Mannfucturers of Jewelry and Iha
2STo. 83 Ohio Lovoe
Bole AnenU for till place, from uliom only enn
thcr bu obUiuPd.
No FetllnxH uiuployeil.
LAZAUUS & MOItUIS,
Manufacturing Upllulatm, Harllord, Conn,
nov lltf dir
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
FKIOK-.JIorSliwreKt 'or. fAHrth and
OlUe asreelt, Ml. LouU.
Catdi Ausots over,
AHTUUIl B. nAUItKT, Prea't.
BBNJ. WII.I.IASSN, Hvc'y.
V. M. IIAWK4 A fill AY, 113 I.a Salle street,
CbkJAgo, Utnte Manager for lllinom,
O. V. TOl'l'Ki., Cairo, Bpeelal Aseiit for South
I'reiniuinspald toandeollecllonsmaJobyC. N
Hughe, t'a iluer I'irst National Hank.
The rtficrloneo of year lmi ilonintistridcil tin
f.itt llud ri liniK'o limy bo plarcd In llm olllcuey Of
V r tho i'e.dy and permiiK'nt eimi nf Homlna!
WeakiiP". tao reanHiif exeeKt nr oil! Iiful Indl
ill-ori'tlnti, uhicli noKlrcled, rnlim tho linipiu's .
nnd unlitu tho atiiren r for liunir, nK'ietr or
tn:irriii0. The) ran lm mod wltlinilt detecllon
or interferenoc wllli liiimnoxw piimint, and new r I
fail in ri'inoinrroii il.'bllil), lnao i,r iiii'inory,
iitiipitnlll ilrraiii, weak norten, liendiudie, m-r- I
MiintrciiiMiii, general latitude, diiiine-fl of Me
.iti,tluliilii!of llie "kill, uhleh, If iieKoctod ulll I
purely lean on ui ouht iitiiiiii iiiprnfri., lurniien
the vleml once olleotrd, ituaiuint Muovim Ith
BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS
Ate fre)"re I from Iho prescription of fir. Hold.
K l'll,ietHiliMit h)iruiii of many rnm' i-J-pei
iwe, nnd ate not "tltilr pntellt infill
rA ir llell' speeifiH reiliedy lia lern teMpd
fr msnv el. and l warrnnted 11 cerlnm euro,
MiMtvttx rr Ind thp i"-i tuny bo Himdreiln
t( TrtiOottt u I uliown. To ecurethe Ren-
ee, eteow lm a litter and lliey willlHiaent
rw m, ei.-trftiinii,r)i)riniliiii, by mud, l i.
lv.A. ik n.te iud intiinli"ni IIiki "111 limuro
M1 e-. ltlTli riretiUra ent fren. Ad-
p7. stkpiii:n iimi,in,
Ora l A-nt, 73T Itn.uduv, N. W,
V I 1 1 IS TAJiK xonuK.
A pSjiiin I vyrarVe xperieceo oil'ern hi tjI
u'f lemedf, knun
For the IllllnivlUto rel.e! r all tho illllleult
ami ilernuu-iui'iiln pm.nll.tr Id tho IViikIp
Th married lidie they ate p iftnil.itly aluM
lhay iirrladl rrinutn .ho imi I , I r." i n
yplom, no mntler Ik-w loi.ij tlier l ate ixi4icl
I'rirnlet iretil-ir. t tivlio, tr t'hk full intrii tini
sent frert on it. ll tf etsitip. Dr. Ihrey,
t'hrelio. l t.erillll IMI Inu.l nl I ciiufniliiileil
h ith worthies' i.itmt inetleun m.M Keinaiu
r lor his pill are tare nnd nte ui cvi-y i ir.
They will b pent ecnrl ele., nn re- elpt d
i, iy rviufu man, wiiu inn uiri4iiion inrne,
Addreee, fTKIMIi:.V IIAMU.N,
Ccn'l Aijcnl.TJ; llrnaduay, Nmr Vni.
rninxcjs vou ornnr to
A LpcIiiiv on the I'lilluxipli)- of i'mr
rliitjo, ninl (hp SeiTrt fiillrinltlr.H
of Youth. l:in!ioo'l ami
ThlatPtturM ehoiild t In the hnndt of eteir
)oun( man, and i fcull; tl:e innletnpl ttinir
inarriae. It Hill eantion nn I "'ii'lu Inm iLmuiIi
ire, arm ii ri ioiiohm mo ',irt neuom inere iiiki
iI imii. he nny e.,i ena - nd ad. n .lda.'
mIIIi all In faiuhie mi mix ns. it ,ont ii
rule and preier I n - !-! h ;inir. anyeaef.f
M-niinii wi'RKnr, rii ..-.I- . ; , i rusfri
l"t m itilini"! t' Ji'i-f - " ' nfi P'hfrtfiA,
by ni,e hIiu ha urler-l .nd in no'.r enr. !.
A lart.s'. Dr, KtiUTHKUAIV,
HUtion I', liiM'i lloue, New York.
S- Ceortn E. II. Hendricks A Co.)
Wliarl - ESot
I.tllMtAI. AlVA.t'r:s .llADi: O.N CON.
n).lr prepan I to rceeiw, floro and furttaid
freight lu nil p'i ,t, nnd boy and sll on com.
UA'llunlne'Haltrnded to with promptnet'.
..'VO. it. I'lfHiJ.KS,
Succoakorlo I'nrkerA I'Mllli.
And Dealer In
Flour, Mcnl, liny, Corn, Oatw,
Cor.l0tht.&Ohi Ley ee
.. D. Math li mii.
K. C. Uli
1115 Olilo Levco, C'AIItO, ILLINOIS.
Hpecml atleiilioa eiven to. tho purchao nnd ule o
It. V..Mll.lKii. H'l'T, r.iKKtu
I I.Oirit, C'OISX, OAT K, If AV,
33 to., 33to.v
oYo. 5S iNilo X.OVCC
IU. .IOII.V IIUIjL'S COMJ.MN.
DR. JOHN BULL'
Mimiifiictiirrrmid vender nl the
CELEBRATED . .
CURE 9F AGUE AND FEVER
OAiille nucl Fovor.
fPIIK proiirletor ofthl eelebraled mdlrin
liully riniin for it a xipenorily oter nil re
eier ottered to tin. i.uhllo for llm t ilt,
'"'' fftmttt rrr of Aetle and
or Uilll an I Kerer, Mhether of alien or long
tUtelltiif. Ho retcr to the entire Wretcrn and
KputhttPktern enunlrylo Uar lim lealluiony lo
. . .no niKDrtiiin, uni no ce
haterwll It fall to cure, if the illrretion are
trletlv lollvwed and earned out. In n rrrat
m-vr.y eac n Inxln iln.i, li-v,Ueo ulliri,nl for
ellie, and whole Inmllle hatn been cured by
iikIh ImIIIp. with a ierfert roloratinn ol the
Kenrral hialth. It i, howeter, prudent, and in
i rery pno more certain to cure. If in umiU con
tinued In auiallcr doei fur t week or to after the
diei'ise h. len ehei'ked, more especially In dll.
Iicull nnd Ion; standing caes. Uaually, thu
ir.wiloinn will not require any aid lo keep tne
Inwelt lu ic'iod order I should (he iatienl, Kuwer
er. reimito a rathartlc medititie, afier halua
Uken three or four doi-e of the Tunic, a ini'l
iIimp d Hull's Vcctabie fairtlly IMIl.
will I tutticlent.
DK. JOHN IIDMH Principal offlrs
NO. 10 FIFTH, (ran SCrcrl,)
ToI.iryll'nltetnsiHleH ansl Warlsl
rllAVh reclined many ledirnoniala Irnm
prLfettiotitl and mtdlcil men, my idSMmae
erel tar oin pibliration hate hnwn, allot which
arek'enune The followlnK. from a highly e.n
caled and pobiilar phytlcun In (Irornia, la cer
tainly nne nl llm tmt eennlbl cummunleallona
I hate etrr receld. Dr. Clement know ex.
aetly wUathek nt, and hi 1tlmnnjrTt
rrrM-t to m written In letter of cold. Heir
tor ) oi iiiur ssurm sia-
Vitlaoow, 1 Steer CnUDty, G., I
Dr, Johi llt'LL Dtar iiiri 1 hare retenily
K.tei, your "Worm Dxtrejer" eetefal trral,
am' find II wonderfully iltieaclou. II baa not
failed in a tingle Instance to hate the wlhed-lor
eCii't. lam lom a pretty large county t raetnd.
and liAt dauy ue f oi article of tin Indy
Inm ir.elo mfei JiU 1 Unuwof no urain
reeominer.diil by Ihe al.len Aulhorilie that Is tu
certain md pedy mil etTecl. On theconlr! y
tr.ev ar- iineeriain in Ihppstrerne. !- oH'etin
.-.' i')o'. i lot.nl ul upin wnal leri. I ran
ftX the inedx me directly Irorn you. If I can Krl
it oin C4y term, I ihUI ue a great deelol it.
I aii, aasrt' tint the n ol nuch article I contrary
tnthetcMhingaand prwilee of a grv.t majority
tit the ttxUr line diacanling remedy w hiehwn
know In lm putficlent, lmily tMcaiiu we may l
IgDiiiantof it combination. For my pMt. I anall
...,. ,i .-i. mil Kiel .-rr rnran tu al
let. ate uttering humanity I. eh f may l a-l
to command not hoitaiing Vfn, tome oa
more liigi i)i' U than my elf luio lein4 it
itltit nrt, and secured the aole light to ure
that knowledge. Iloneter, 1 amby no mean an
a lt m'kte or upporter of Ihe Ihomand of worthlr
imHriiiin that uood thn county, that purport to
rule all manner nl dliea low filch rteah I heir
PIee reply toon, and Inform me of your bci
leniw. I am, air. tor rrpifully, . .
lU'iitl JJic Cuptula'a JLcttcr auiI
tlso I.eltcr from Ills Slethvr :
Ilcnton Harrark, Mo., April 30, ISM.
Dft. JOIIMIl'Mr-DearrJin Knowing th ell),
elriicyof your r.irsparilla, and the healing and
hcneiieial quniltle u poee, 1 end you th
fottowlnr alaternent of mycanu
I wii wounded about two year ago was takra
prix tier an I routined for elilevn morithr. lining
muted ro ulten, my wound hatn not healed yet.
I hate not .it up a moment aloce 1 wm wounded,
lam ehot thruiigh the hip. My general health
l luinircd, and I need eomcthing to ait na
ture. J tiuie inori fuitli in your Hareapanlla thss
in anything ele, I wlih that that i yrnulna.
I'letuo cxiiriM me a half dimr ladllo, and
oblige CAIT U. 1. JOII.S8U.V,
fct. lyOIIla, tic,
V. H. The following writttu April to, UK,
bi Mm. Jennie Jhuou, mother of Capt, John,
Dft, JOIIMIl'M-DewSIrt MylitiaUud, Dr.
0 hi. Johnton, i n klllful aurgeuo and phytic.
Ian In t'eiiirul .N'W York, where he died, Wavint
tlw iiliova C, P. Johiiioii in my enre. At thirteen
year of n, he had a i lironlo diarrhea and
wrofiil. Ir which! gatohim youra'ariiaparilla.
IT Cl'lii;l IIIM; ) haro for ten year recoin
ruer.ced it touiauy in Ne rork, Utile and Iowa,
for erofula, lour sore, and general debility.
Perfect iHce ha attended II. 7 mm tfetirt
u kw( tarn of KT" ad ftxtr nrutetrt wS
u,ra(uu.m. I am Tcryatuiuu lor my on to arala
liate rccoiine In yourriaraaparllla. Ho la fisrful
nl gettin; it Miunuii article, hence hi will Sg to
tun font. Ill wound wero torrlble, but I !)
lie, e he w III recotrr Kesrullg
A UTHE 2VTIO DOCUMENTS
Arkansas Heard From.. f
Tosfhiioiiy or Bfcdlcal Tlfoo
rttony Pomt Whllo Co.tArk. May. U. '05.
Dr. Joua Hi ity Dear Sin Dan! February 1 '
nt l.tiulxvillo iiurchamng drug, andigsl sptAl
of your HnrBonarllht nnd Ccdron JJItters.
My ou. In-law, who wan with me In lhaslore
has been down witli the rheumatism fur Home
time, commenced mi the Hitters, nnd toon foup J
hi uencral health Improjed, . d
ir. (iiKt, uho ha been in bad health, tried
them, nnd ho idto Improved,
end J cum .leinarA il lirrr ftllcgted he unproved
very much by thu lira of your Hitler, Indeed'
tho Ccdron Hitters hyi given yon great iioimlarity
in thii settlement. 1 think I could sell a rreat
nuaiitily of your mediclno this fall especially Iho
Cod ron Hitters mid urnnparilla. blilp me tu
Mcmphlicaioof lllcUett A Noely. . ,
C. U. WALhR
Propnreti by DK, JOHN BULL at
IiIh Laboratory, Fifth Strcot, LouJb.
For fialc ly HAllC W ;s
JJr coiiev, wiin n itch iu iiiui ueiiHii lor er