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THE OAIBO BTJXjIjETI3Sr, IIVLA. 17
numarck anil Tnvrr.
FKANKronTO.N.TiiE-MAiK.MayO.-nis-marcW,
attended by Bnron on Arnlm.
f' 0,d two intcrviowi with Favrc nnrl
Ponror tjuartler. Tlio latter declared"
that the payment hy Kronco of
contribution In accordance with tho
preliminaries of pcuco wus luipotslblc,
and Ml5 tor concessions, offerlnc
u n equivalent for tbo prolongation of
the commercial treaty nn ndvan
taeeoui arrangement with the east
ern railway. Fnvre Mkod for possession
of forti unaronion, cogent, -NaUiy
by the Vcriallloi forces, alio the
return of all captures! nrm and munitions,
and prompt return of nil prisoner of
war. Blemarck insists upon strict nnd
Immediate compllanco with tho prellmln
arict of tbo poaco convention. He sug
cestod that loans bo obtained from Lng
fisb, French and German banks, nnd
added further that protraction in payment
of tho Indemnity will entail icrious conse
quences upon tho Versailles Government.
FURNITURE.
B
S. BARREL,
DEALER IN
Bar Fixtures,
GLASSWARE and HOUSE FUUXiSH
LNG GOODS,
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
v Cairo, Illinois.
MILLINERY-
TjVO THE LADIES.
Mrn. C.McGHEE'S
Cheap Store
Is now abundantly supplied '.lb
NEW GOODS
To which the particular! j invites attention.
Bhehu just received a full line ot
Dreii Trimmings, Bilk Gimps, S1U
Galoon. Guipure Lacr, Mos
Trimmings, Silk and
rtet Bultotn,
CrocKet llnttons, rinsn
ui Trimming' Vclrct, Silk Gimps
HATS and BONNETS.
Fine KM (Jlonos,
Ladies and IMU Shoes
And a full nnd complete stock oi
.-AND...
FANCY GOODS
All of which see proposes to sell a t
The very Lowcal Cfinh Prlcet.
Uhs invites the ladles to call and see her new
ffoodi and leirn the rrli,,.
Hhe Is determined to maintain her claim to tne
name oi nsving "ine Cheap Htorw."
ditl
MEDICAL.
f AiNAKD'N
BITTERS
THI! HllHT
TONIC IN USE
ron sai.i: in
E. F.MAYNAEB, Prop,
Hwodlv
riTTHitunn, ia.
N
WHEAT ki:k.
lUUAllVK,
SCHEETZ CELEBRATED
Bitter Cordial
Wholesale Depot N. W. corner Fifth and Root
s'reels, Philadelphia, Pa.
JACOB HGIIKETZ, Nolcrroprleut !
Ills a reliable Family Medicine, and t-un t
aken by either infant or ai ull with the same beet
flolal result.. It is certaiu, prompt nnd speedi
miuly lor diarrhea, dysentery, bowels complied
dyspepsia, Inwne.s vf spirits, falntings, sick
totnat.h, headache, etc. For chilli ud fever Ol
all kinds, it la far betier and safer than ()Uinint
itbout any of lis pernicious etlects. It ttleclt
aa appetite, proves a powerlul diyestor of food
and will uounteract the etlects of liquor In a lew
lout. JAI Indisputable evidence ol its Uiedl
cal nroDerV-CsTeapBrnd a few of the itisoy cr.
Ifc.Uai Is e4iCIoaaaiou t
JohBtoa'a Depot," East Tenn., and Va. R. R.
Tsvan.
J.ora Staoan, Bsvp-Dear Bin I awe used Ihe
Utters I bay cb alned Donf-ou, and Cnd .hem
to be all User sure recommended tohe. I found
oaa baiU MIstVBleconsluWablo rsllef, feel
Mtlioagh IcMDOtUo jrry well without them, in
MTMtiwI aUU of health.
D. MIClsiaB, ItuttoolbStli at., J'lilla.
Pastor Baptist Paisyunk Church,
,4 tuft I.
MEDICAL-
HOOFLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
Ilnoiliimt'rt lotli pliyllinn PHI
Hoofland's Greek Oil
llooilland's German Hitters.
A Ulttcra
Without Alcohol or
Ntllrtte
or liny ainii
Isdlfltrentfrom nil otner.. J composed of the
purejuiccsormal principle of Roots, Herbs and
Bargs (or as medically termed, extracts,) the
worthless and Inert portions of tho Ingredients
not being used, Therefore, In ono bottle of this
Dittcrs there li contained as much medicinal vir
tue as will bo found In several gcllons of ordinary
mixtures. Tho Roots, etc., used In this Bitters
are grown In Germany, their vital principles ex
tracted In that country bv n scientific Chomlst and
forwarded to the manufactory in this city, where
hey nro compounded and bottled. Containing no
plrltuous ingredients, this Hitters is free from
the objections urged against all others; no desks
for stimulants enn be Induced from their use.
unn make no drunkards, nnd cannot, under
Ireutnsiance-, nave any outa uvneiictai cueci.
Ilodllnml-M Herman Tonic.
Was compounded fur tho.o not inclined to ci
rimo bitters, nnd Is Intended for use In c.ies
when some alcoholic stimulant is cqultcd In con
necllon with the tonic properties of the Hitters
Each bottle of tho Tonic contains one bottloo.
th Hitters, combined with pure Sata Crux Hum,
and flavored in uch n manner that the extreme
bitterness of the Hitters Is ovcrcomo, forming a
preparation highly agreeable and pleas mt to tl.e
palate, and containing the medicinal virtuo of the
bitter!. The price of the Tonio Is SO per
bottle, which many persons think too high They
must take into consideration that the stltnu-
I iit used is guaranteed to be of n pure quality.
A poor article could bo furnished nt a cheaper
price, But Is it not better to pay a little more nnd
nate a goodnrtlclo? A medicinal preparation
hould contain none but the best ingredients nnd
thrywho expect toobt.lna cheap compound will
mot certainly be cheated.
They svr the Ureatest
liunwn nam
tiles.
For Liver dmplaint, U)tpepsia, Nervous Debili
ty, Jaundice, Dl.ensu ol'tiie Mdneys, Erup
tion, nt the Hum, and all uixeasei
arisinir from a ill.ordeni
l.ler, stomach, ornn
iiuiiiy of tho
Ulood.
Road th 'ollowlng sympioms: Conpationif
Flatulence, Inward 1'iles, i-iillurss of blood to the
hf.i.t Jlr..lifv .S.. ,.t...unl. Vn....... II...
difgustuffoou, ftiliiieesurutlglit In tho M.imach,
cuir irui:iaiiuii., hitiKiug ur uilliering Ul Ilieim
of the stomach. sHiiiiniiu of the hend. hnrriiil
ordiilkult breathing, tluiieringut tho r.eurt.chok-
HiK ur .uuvcuiiug seusauuii. Hlien III a lyug pom
lure, dimness ol isiun. dots and webbs !iet..r. ihu
right, dull p.ilnintni) head, delluieiicy of persilr.
atiiui, ytllowness nf tho sain nnd eyes, paiu In
in.' i"ui-. uiivi, vucii, iiniuv, i;iv., suuuen mimes
of heat, burning In the tl"h, constant luaginings
I evil, nnd gieut depression of spifits. All these
indloite disease cf the l.lrer or dlire.tliH
combined with imptiro blood.
iimusnoi i no nitivrs or ionic win soon cause
theaboro sylnptoiiu to disappear, and the patient
n ill tiviime well mid healiy.
Dr. Hoofland's Greek Oil,
I.l6itliiff Cure for nil Ulutls uf falsi
atiu Aeiies
AfftHB ExTeuKiiLr. It -wiH'curo all kinds ot
pains and nches: such us Kheumatisin. Meuralein.
Toothache, Chilblain., Hpralns, Hrul.es, Frost.
Ilite, Headaches, l'.lns in the Hack and Mills,
Pains the Joints, Limbs, tilings of Insects, Hing
worms, etc.
i a mm laiiRNiLLt. it win care litaney win-
I luini backaehes, sick headache, colic, dy.entei y,
iharrlioea. cliolera infantum, eholer.i mnrliiiN.
cramps nnd pains in the stomach, feor slid ague,
toughs, colds, asthma, etc.
nr. llooiinnu's rotiupliyllln,
on MiiirriTUTi: koh .ikhciiky
I'll. I. s.
Two 11 IN it 11 use.
The moat J'owrul, ytt Innocent Writable
Kiuimiriic nrwirn.
iieco.sry to i une nnanuiiii oi inesi- puis
lo produce the desired ellect; two nf them act
quick!) and powerfully, cleansing tho liter, stum
cli ami bowels of all impurities. The principal
iiiirri.ilit-iit tu li. tit. t. l.t. it ... ... ti, ..i.i .A. i. '
srult lit M All (1 Mil; j. u- ij i.
. ; "siv.. n !) uuiyi inuro
.owerful, actliiK bim! kearctilim IUhii Um Mhn.lrU
Utlf, (w pwuiiar wtion Uuiuiithu l.iur.vleaii.
inii it frr.m nM e-.l.. ... ...i. IV.'...
tit'riiT MTLurv.t fr.. Ir..... ii,a.s,t......
i"ieu.awyu;.ofic;t
I. .Td c.,e iTri '.X' C ' ,? ', Mhail
i., ,. . ' - o. k i e enure sttisr
llonlneeritte. i,eV utisa rati. "
itLVXIZL f ?.mJ?L''S.i l.7';'-I''. and .
he. the blood, uri titthens the nertes, sVoiVs,.;
the Liver and give, strength, energy und v igor.
Keep our boat- suctllu wflh the Pill,, a, d tone
up the system will, Ihu Hitters or Tuuli. and SS
7,n 5" Plaits hold, or iverngalnaJ dl ?t
1 .est medicines are so d by nil DruiTir sta in i
dealer. in inedlolocs everywhere. ' g Ul1
CIIAS. M. EVANS. lror.CiOr
ronncrlr V. SI. JJAUIISU.N a, sjo.
These remedies are for aalq by Druggm,. m,,.,
keepers, and Mtnliclne Deafer', everywbe,.
throughout the United Htafes, Canadas, Hguih
America und thoWest ludics, Forbaleby
BAHOJjAT IROH.,
ILUNOI
LEGAL.
OTICE.
Msfe of Illinois, Alexander County, n.
In Hip Cirriill Court of Alexander Countv.
Truvcesol Hchools orTownshlptji-ventcen Bmilli
Range On West, vs. Elijah V. Mnuter nnd
Caroline Htnnfor his wife, Ell M. Mellon nnd
Eunice 8 Jlclto htsw fe.lsnno Levy, Alexander
L-vtnndJ.N Klnnlirnn. In i'Iihiipkm'. lull in
foreclose mortgage.
Otlcn is hereliV crlrpn I hot llin .l.s... cult ,. hnw
pending In said Court, ami the tlmo unci place of
iiiuiviiuii in Kiiinmuiin in irie enso is tne nrst
Monday In July, iwi.at the court house In Cnlro
in said County nnd Bute.
(Iroen A Gilbert, Solicitors forcomprt.
npr27wSt
QDTA2VCEHY NOTICE.
Thorn's Simmons, Nancy A. It. Hlmmots.
Chatloa Simmons nml Levi L. Simmons are lure
by notified that a suit In Cluncery to quiot title,
wherein Frederick be hall Is complainant, and tho
parties nbovo named, together with James Mul.
tiny, Nancy Mulchny, li. Kynaston, Davio Mul
chay and Elijah Dicltersnn, nro defendants. Is
now pending in tho Circuit Court of Alexander
County, Htnto of Illinois j nnd the time and plnn
of return of summons in salil caao Is tho first
Monday in July, 1 17 1 , nt tho court houso In Cairo.
Alexander County, Illinois.
JOHN Q. BARMAN, Clerk.
Green A Gilbert Sol's. forCoaipl't.
apr?7wM
QIIASCERY NOTICE.
Josephine Kelly and Amelia Kelly are hereby
notified that a lllll In Chancery to foreclose
mortgsge, wherein Frederick SsJln.ll Is comp'nln
ant and Josephine Kelly, Amelia Kelly and Wil
liam Mnrtaln. idininistratorofJohn Kelly, tlcceis
ednre defendants, Is now pending in tho Circuit
Court of A exander County, Mute of Illinois; nnd
thetlmeandplaco of tho return of cummins In
said case istlieriist Monday In July, 1871, at tho
court house in Cairo, Alexander County, Illinois.
Green A Gilbert, Solicitors for Compl't.
npr275t
OTICE,
Btate of Illinois. Alexander countr. ss :
To tho May Term, A I)., 1671, of the Alexntder
county rroiMio uourt:
in tne innuer ot tne guaruiansn p nt minor
heirs of l'eter Stapleton, deceased. Notice of
relgn4tlon.
To all persons oonccrned ; Take notice, that
the undersigned, guardian ot the person nnd
rroperty of Michael Htapleton, minor heir of
'etcrSupl. ton, deceased, will, on the third day
of lite May Term, A 1)., ls71,of the s I.I court, to
be ho'ideu nt tho court bouse in the city of Cnlro,
in said county, on tho third Monday of May
next present to Mild court for nccepmncp, his
resignation oltheollke of guardian of slid Mi
chael btapletn.i, according to the statut. in such
ease made and provided.
JOHN CANNON.
Guardian of Michael Htapleton,
Dated nt Cairo, Ills., this 17th day of April, 1871.
nprlx ult.wtvr
QIIA3ICKKY NOTICE.
State ot Illinois, Alexander County, ss. In the
Circuit Cntiri of Alexonder Couutv.
Famuel Btaats Taylor snd Edwin Parsons, 'I rus.
tees ol the Cairo City Property, vs. Lucy E.
viiuams, rranK j( wniMms, r.rneBiina ,
Druryand Mnrliall I. Drury lierhusband, John
M. Lansden. Jacob Klein. William M. Wil
liams and (Jeorgo I''her, ndmlnlstrator do
bonus nonot Abialiam William, dcroascd. In
Chancery. Hill to enfo.ee vendor's Lien.
Said Ernestine V.,trury and Marshall P. Drury
nro hereby co'ifleit that the nbnvo suit ispend
ing In said Court, and that the tlmo and place of
me return oi summons m sain case is tne nrst
Monday In July, IS7I, nt the couut houso in Cairo,
in saiu couuiy nnu rinie.
JOHN Q. HAIIMAN, Clerk.
Green a Gilbert Sol's, for Cempl't. mySwM
M
ASTJEK'S KALE.
Statu of Illinois, Aloxander County, ss. Alexan
der County Circuit Court.
In tlio matter of Samuel Stasts Tajlorand Edwin
Par.oos. Traitees ol tho Cairo Citv Proierty.
I vs.ueorgew. IlcKen
I Public notice is hervbi
I of n decretal oriler
I entitled cause, in sa
vs. George W. McKeiiile and John W.Trnver.
hereby given, that In pursuance,
entered in the nb'tvo
aid Court, on the ''llh
nay oi January, A. li. 1D7I. I John IJ. ll.rn.sn.
Master In Chancery for aid Court, will, on the
27lhday of May, A D. IMI, at 11 o'clock In the
forenoon of said day, sell nt public nuc.ion to tho
highest bidder, for rash, at the door of the court
house In the city of Cairo, In said County, the Io.
lowing described real estate, situato In the Coun
ty of Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wlu Lot
nnmhered thirteen (l:i)in block numbered twen
ly eight (IM) in the First Addition to tho eity of
l airo, (will be sold without redem dlon nnd a deed
executed to tho purchaser) together with nil and
singular the tenements And lieieililnments there,
tinio belopging. JOHNQ. HAKMA.V,
May 1st, lt)71. Master in Cluncery.
mjlalt '
N'
OTIOE.
fcta'e of Illinois, Alexander County, ss. In the
Circuit Court of Alexander County. July Term,
Dnnlel Arlcr, Cha-les D. Arter and Ioeph II, Hit
tollhouse, partners doing business under the
firm namo of D. Arlcr i Co., s. Fr ncis E.
Wilson. In Attachment. Demand (III2.W. Dam
aces Jjoo.oo,
Notice is hereby elven to you, the snld Francis
L. Wilson, t hat a Writ nf Aitjiiihmnitt I... 1.....
sued out of the office of tho Clerk of the Circuit
Court or snld Count of Alexander. M the suit of
tlieaid Daniel Arter, Char os I). Arterand Joseph
II. Hittenhouse.tirm o 1). Alter A Co , and against
theetntoof ou. the .aid Francis K. Wilknnfnr
one hundred nml twelve dollars, besides Interest,
uu-i;i.-u iu mi. niirnii oi sum voiiuiy lo execute.
niiiui, pniu writ nun Hi-en reiuruBit ny h.iii nrierm
ex cilted byntlnehuig Lot Nm, eight (S) In lllnuk
No. twenty-four fil) in the Fi nt Adililion tu the
City of Cnno, County of Alexander and btata of
HlinuW, as the property nrsald Wilson.
Now utiles oti, tho said Fram-ia K. Wilson,
shall personally be snd appear before Hie Circuit
Court ol said County on the first 1'nyof the next
term thereof, to beholden In the city of Cairo. In
nam county, on the nrst Monday in the month of
juiv next, rfivo special lull nml plead to salt! uc.
lion, Judgment will ho entered ngaluat yntt- in
fay r nf tho tai I plaintills ntid the property
attached sold to satisfy thn same with polls,
r, .,. , J,J!N i. II AUMAN, Clerk.
C.tlro, Illinnls, Mnyad, Isll.
Lmegar, Muiiuft Pope, piiilntifTs Attnrnej,
milltU'St "
)(! KITTEXIIOU.SE,
.-iveisinks or AvcasA Co..
FLOUR
AM'
General Commission Merchant
Ohio I.oveo,
novlltf , ILLS.
QAUIs J 1'HOMAh,
I' rrerared o do alt kinds of
PAINTING
.. iB
SHOP,
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
J cNKKt',,siMBCIAI.AVEICEAI
1 W'lllll'aiaai m--
VOID UllACKSi.
.1.1.1 i."" ")' indiscretion, causing nervou.
il evVrvTl. ,r,:?,,W"y,,,0' ,,ttV.!nl, trlcd
.in every advertised remedy. nm .nn..-. ..
f "Pl meaae of aelf cure. ionk k. .in ..
Vi?-'",Hnere. A'lJrets, J. U. TUTTLR
iwtm 7B. N.i, , New Tork.
batch EiioK'N iiaih uykT
This superb llnir tye is the sear iNinxWoatD
-rerlcctly Harmless Hellable and Insthantertns.
No disappointment. No Ridiculous Tints or Un
pleasant Odor. The g-nulno V. A. Hach dor's
Hair Dye produces IMMEDHTEI.Y a sjndld
Illack or natiiril Brown. Does not fiiaio. Hie
Hkin, but lcavesthe llnir Clian, fjnft an-J Beautl.
fill. Tho only Safe snd Terf cct Do
S,.d by nil druggists. I'acfoty in Ilond fitreel.
Nework. lanHl.lfndinrls
CONSUMPTION.
lis Cure and Us Preventive
BY J. H. SOHENOK, M.D.
Many a human being has passed airar for whoso
death lliaro was noother reason than the neglect
of known and Indisputably proven means or cure.
Those near and ilenr to family nnd friends nro
sleeping the dreamless slumbc' into which, had
tbeycuitnly adopted
DR. JOSEPH It. HCIIF.NCK'H SIlirt,K
TUKAT.11ENT,
and availed themselves Of his wonderfully eOca
clutis medicines tncy would net have fallen.
Dr. gehenck has In his own case proved that
wherever sufficient vitality remains, that vital
ity, by his medicines and his directions for their
use, is nuicsenea into neaiimui vigor.
In this statement there Is nothing presume
tiiuus. To the faith of the Invalid Is made no
representation that Is not a thousand times sno-
slantUtvd by living and vtsUilo works. Tho
theory or. tho euro by Dr. Schenck's medicines
Is us simple as It Is unfailing. Its philosophy ro
qulres no argument. It Is self-assuring, self .con
vincing. .
Thc&oa-wced Tonlcnnd Mandrako Pills are tho
r.rst two weapons with which tho citadel ot the
malady Is assailed. Two thirds of the cases of
consumption orUloato In drspepslaond a func
tionally disordered liver. With this condition
tho bronchial tubes "sympathise" with tho
stomach. Tuejr respond to the niorbltta action
or the liver. Hero then comes the culminating
result, and tho netting In, with ull its distress
Ing symptoms of
CONSUMPTION.
The Mandrake Pills are composed of one of Na.
ture's noblest gifts the 1'odopblllum 1'eltatum.
They possess till the blood-seurcbtng, alterative
prupertlv of calomel, but, unlike culorucl, they
"LEAVE NO 8TIN I1EIIIND."
The work of euro If now bcirlnnlnff. Thn vltla.
ted nnd mucuus deposits In the bowels and In tho
alimentary canal are ejected. Tho liver, liko
n clock. Is wound up. It arouses from Its torpid
ity. Tlio stomach nets responslvely, and tho
patient begins tu feel that ho Is getting, utlast,
A HUPl'LY OF GOOD DLOOD.
Tho Pcvweed Tonic, In conjunction with tho
I'llls, permeates nnd assimilates with the torn!.
Chjliflcatlim Is now progressing without Its pre
vious tortures. Digestion becomes inlnless,and
tho cure Is seen to be at hand. There Is no uioro
Uatulence, no exacerbation of tho stomach. An
appetite sets In.
Now comes tho greatest Wood Pnrlfler ever yet
given byun Induluent father to suUerlng man.
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup comes In to perform
Its functions and to hssten und complete tho
cure. It enters at once upon. Its work. Nuturo
cin not bo cheated. It collects and ripens tho
Impaired and diseased I-orttons ot tho lungs.
Inihe foraiof gatbcrlngs.lt prepares them for
expectoration, nnd lot In ft very short tlmo tho
malady Is vanquished, the rotten thrnno that It
occupied Is renovated and made new, and tho
patient. In all the dlitnlty of regained vigor, steps
forth to enjoy tho manhood or womauuood thut
was
GIVEN CP AH LOST.
The second thing Is, tho patients most stay In a
warm room v mil they get well ; It Is almost Im
possible to prevent takln cold when tho lungs
are diseased, but It must bo prevented or a euro
can not bo effected. Fresh air and riding out,
especially In this section of thn country, In tho
fall and winter season, aro all wrung. Physi
cians who recommend that course lose their pa
tients, if their lungs are badly dlseasedi and yet,
because they are In the houso they most nut
sit down quiet I they must walk about the room
as much and as fast as the strength will ber. to
get up a good circulation of blood. The patients
must keep In good spirits-be determined to get
well. This has a great deal to do wlU the sppo
tlte, and Is the great point to gain.
To despair of cure after such evidence of Ita
possibility In the worst cases, and moral cer
tainty In all others, la sinful. Dr. Schenck's per
sonal statement to tho Faculty of his own euro
was In those modest words i
"Many years ago 1 was In Ihe last stages of
consumption! con lined to my bed. and at en)
time my physicians thought that I could not live
a week; then, like a drowning man catching at
straws. I heard of and obtained the preparations
which 1 now offer to lb public, and they made
a perfect cure of me. It seemed to me that I
could feel them penetrate lay whole rslem.
They soon ripened the matter In my lungs, and
1 would spit up more than a pint of offenslvo
yellow mailer every rooming for a lotitt time.
"As soon as that began to subside, my cough,
f ever, pains, and nbtht sweats all began to leave
me. and my appetite became so great that It was
with difficulty that I could keep from atlntr too
much, t soon gained tny strength, and Lave
grown In flesh ever since.
"1 waa weighed shortly after my recovery,"
added the Doctor, "then looking liko a mere
skeleton; my weight was only ninety-seven
pounds! myjircsciit welnht Is two hundred and
iwenty-tlve (23j) pounds, and for years 1 have en
joyed uninterrupted health."
Dr.rlchenck has discontinued Ms professional
visits to New. York nnd Uoston. lie or his son.
Dr. J. II. Sclionck. Jr.. still continue to see pa
tients ut their office. No. 11 North Sixth Street,
Philadelphia, every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Those who wish a thoruunn exsminatlnn with
the llcsplrnmeter will be charged li. Thn Ites
pirometer declares tho exact condition of the
-lungs, and patients can readily learn whether
they urn curable or not.
The directions fur taking tho medicines arc
adapted lo the Intelligence even of a child. Fol
low these directions, and kind Nature will do thn
rest, excepting that in some cases tho Mandrake
Pills aru to bo taken In Increased doses; tho
three medicines need no other accompaniments
than the ample Instructions that accompany
them: First create appetite. Of returning
health, hunger is tho most welcome symptom.
When It cbuies, as It will como, let the despair
inir at once boof good cheer, tiood blood ut onco
follows, the cough loosens, the night sweut Is
abated. In a short tlmo both ot tbeso morbid
symptoms are gone forever.
Dr. Schenck's medicines aro constantly kept in
tensnf thousands nf families. As a laxative or
puruatlvo, the Mandrake lMllsarnastandard pre
paration i while Ihe Pulmunlo Syrup, as a cure
of coughs and colds, muy be regarded aa a pro
phylacterlc ugulutt consumption In any of its
forms.
Prlco of tho Pulmonlo Syrup and Boo. weed
Tonic, ft A) a bottle, or tlM a half dosen. Man.
drako Pills, li cents a box. For solo by all drug.
usu and dealers..
AllOOTC FOR TIIK MIL
I.fO.V. Marriage
Guide.
A Private Counselor
to the Married or
those about to marr)
on the nhsslrilot'icl
mysteries nnd revelations
Of till, .nVtllll h('D,l..
..it, ,r,ii. :.ii -.",,"".",r rvM
iHr.niin.u,i;iiin ill ,ruuUCIIIg anil pre-
Tenting nllnprlng, proservlnir ttiecompiexion,c.
rhlH Is nn Interesting work of twohundredand
twenty. four pages, wltn numerous engravings,
nnd contains valuable information for those who
are mnrried orcuntemplato marrlngn? still It is it
book Ihatoimhtlo be under lock nud key, und not
lain ..in i-ir.Pir ituoni iiio lioiisr.
Sent to any in (freoof posture) forW cents.
Address Dr. Hults' Dispensary, No, 12, N
Eighth Htreei. St. liouls. Mo.
.'Moilt-ei to the Allllctetl antl Vnrorluiiate.
Beforo applying to the notorious Q iaekswho
ivivernsn in uie puoiic jiapora orusing any iuncK
remedies, perusn Dr. Hulls' work, no mutter
vynat your dlsensc Is or how Uenlorablo your con
dition. Dr. Huffs cnii bo consulted, personally or by
mall, on Ihedlsenx-a mentioned in bis works
Oflice, No. VI N, Eighth street, bet. Market nnd
Chestnut, St. Louis, Mo, mi'Jdnly
H
AIsT.IDAY UKOTIIER.S.
MERCHANTS
UBAI,US IN
FLO TJ R
And Agents ol
OHIO RIVER AD KANAWHA
SALT COMPANIES
JXTo. 70 OJXXO ZiXVXI
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
pONTUHfl,
HANDBILLS. CIRCULARS
Andallk'Jt
I'SOAI. AND COX.WHSCIAV. JOB
sRI3fTlNO
mmi m
AKD
FORWARDING CflMMiSSION
CHARTER OAK.
170,954
Sold Since Their Introduction
The Most ttuct't'Nsriil
Popular and Perfect
COOKING
MACUINKM
OI" THE 3?J3niOD
ARK OL'R WELL KNOWN
IJeliitr of ihe Simplest Conslrticlioii,
arc enlly iniinnKcti nml irnaranf ootl to
plvc
ENTI11E SATISFACTION !
As no nrtlclo in the household has greater
Influence in oromotuw tho health, comtott and
hapiu.ss of the family t lrclo than th Cook
Hlovc, It is economy n well ns policy to get the
very bet; nnd In buying tlio the Charier O.ia.
you can rely en getting tho msat success ul,
popular nnd perfect cooking stove ever made.
SOLI) HY
EXCKLSIOR MANUFACTURINH CO.
013 Si. till X. .Tfnlit Nlreel,
St. Iiiitls, ?lo.,
ND ALL ,.
Live Merchants
LIKE
Cairo, Illinois.
dvtwulalv
INSURANCE.
W. II. Jlorrie.
NoUry Fublie.
II. ll.rmitle
Notary I'litll .nd I'
Commissioner.
INSURE!
FIRE
HULL
CARGO
LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT
LIFE
Insuran
jETXA, HARTFORD,
AhmgIh H5,5 ll,5t) I 07
NORTH AMERICA, PA-,
AhhcIm U,7ft:t,
HARTFORD, ;OX.,
AsiaclN 2,5 11. UIO 73
lHO:.IX, IIAliTFORO,
ASHCta) 18 80
I.TCRxAT10NAjL, N. Y.,
AftHCta 1,53.:108 17
PLTJVAW, IIARTFOIUK
AMieU 70tt,tt37 73
VIsEVKLAMD, C'liKVIiltA.VO.
AfMctN 315.U7.I 8ti
HOME, CO Li VM HUN,
Aaacl 515,2711 31
A1WEIHCAX CENTRAL, JlO.,
AhhcIh 5UO.O0O 00
. WW.V. MUTUAL LIFE,
Aftfiel 30,000,000 00
IRA VELER'.S, HARTFORD,
LIFisV ACCUE.T,
AH I,."sOO,000 00
RAILH'AV IAN.SEJERN AS
. NURAXCE LO., HART.,
500,000 00
. IMK1EXIET. IIOSTO.V.
AHsetH, HOJIO.MI'J OK
Safford. Morris & Caodee
71 OHIO IiEVElS
City Nntionnl Hank,
Cairo. 111.
JPIRE AID MARINE
INSURANCE
coniA.iiis
CSTin fyara, IS". Y. ;
ANHKTS 81,IU,'il6 Ut
Gcrmania, IV. Y. ;
ASNKTN 91,O0H,el lb
Hanover, IV. Y,
AHSKTH S70,70'l
jR.opvi1lic9 IV. Y. ;
ASftETH 9711,1(2. CJO
Comprlalng the VndnrwrltcraMv
Yonkers, IV. Y. ;
HyH,401 IB
Albany City ;
AN8ETH ..8453,ltJ3 !IS
Firem'n'rs I?'lna,S.Ii,.
AMSBTrS 8078.0011 00
Security, IV. Y. ; Marine
AHSBTS .... -.I.3i 840 00
. WBtores,' Dwellings, -Furniture. Hulls an
Cargoes insured at rates as favornbe aa sound
permanent security will warrant
I respectfully ask ol the oltitena of Cairo,
bare sf their patronage.
C. N. HVOHEij,
OIQcc-M First National ,Bsnk
BOAT-STORES.
DAM WJlAfttvT'
KJ
DEALER IN
6S0CEMES,
"0 OHIO. LEVEE.
Cairo, mi
Coal Oil!
WIIITK STANDARD, In prime
Loopcrnfrc.
LIXS:kd OIL, Raw nnd Unit-
WHITE LEAD, nml Colors.
WINDOW ULASS, ItRUKIIES,
a
W 2
X 0
Etc., Etc.,
Etc.
AT
BAHOIj A.-5T TJtlOfl.
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ft
jJEA'l". Mi: AT!
Robt. Bribach
Has Rcinovoil to Wlntor's lllock, anil
upontii ft nr.it-uiasi
MEAT STORE
He will keep always on lund tho best ofjleats of
erery variciy.
Loworst FiiooH,
Hinoketl .Meal, 1'renli .Meat, natisairr, elr.
At the lowest prices, Give hlrn a call.
apaaiil
QII'Y
SHOE sioki:
,..AND..
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
tOLb A0I1NCY TOR
"Ilrolaskl'h'' 'Ciistom-JIndi'
Shoes A Slippers.
Commercial Amino Corner ofKlglilh
nirrt-t, I turn, ill
I'lirtieuhr attention inl lo it'l .trders for
UOUIMKllUd nnd PIIUI. aptSIf
JTEGAL E.VTElti'UINE.
$100,000
GIFT VSSTXVAZi
AT
OMAHA ; NEBRASKA,
3Iuy l!3tli, 1871,
IX AID OF A I'UnLIC LIHU.UtY
Tickets Tu n IlnllarN I'.nrli llulvea One
isoil r Snelt.
KT-T1iIm enlcrprlso will bo uoniliict'dm a pre-
uii-iv simiuir manner 10 Hint oi uio mio uraou
0 ft Concert of tlio Mcrcnntllo Library Associa
tion, of Hun I'ranciseo, which gave such tiniycrsal
siui.iticiiou.
Olio Cliuncc III Every Tltlrt j-ltli'
1 Cssll (lift
i Cnii (iirt
I Cash (iilt
i insh fun
I Ciuh (litt
1 Cash (lilt ,
i cn-ii tiirt
1 Cah CI ft
I Cush (lilt
1 Cash (lilt
I Cash Gift
1 Cah (Hit - ...
1 Cash 01 t
I Cash Oifli
I Cash Oilt
1.1 dish 11 fts, J) end
10 "(l sh (lifts, S!50 nc;i.
ill Cash (lifts, V t'lit'li...
...... 1.00
w.uwj
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3,K
'2,000
1,000
, l.ttW
1,000
1,0X10
1 Ddui
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1,0011
7.HK)
i!,MiO
'.MiOU
2,W
3,000
J' s.wo
101)00
, . 6.000
HI Cnslt liiiui, t" tncii
1 Cash (lifts,
100 Cash (lifts,
lmiQCasn OiHs,
looo Cash (lifts,
mi each
M c sch
10 each
fi CKcli,.,,.
2310 Gifts, nmouullng to,. tou,ubt
Which will botllstribtiled by ehnnconmofg the
i ' holders, by Ihe .Mutual Aid Association of
0B!1"h-5I. R. Hrock, U. H. Marshal' efflf f,
Oinahal Kdgar Zabriskle, lto,Unlon ItaolM BaH
road ollice. ChnahalJ, Tuiuer, DeputyU. W. Mar
(jbrfeibien
BOAT STOHI
IHMsVHa
O
O
tassaaaasaBri
L J sat
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
A II AL1.EY"
xv.,
DKtLEIt IN
STOVES
Tin nml Hollow Ware, CIoIIioh Wrintrerfc
Toilet Wnrc, oaI Hoiltt, IJro
Shovels Air (Irntcj,
Manitfncluri-r of
Tin, Zinc, Copper and Sheetlron
A. IT 33,
No. 166 Washington Avb
CAIRO, ILLS,
til..?fl,,K.,fi,,tUrlnT n,, " atl"l !
lol Work Hone nt Nhorlnst Notice.
fel.2.f
JTAND FORTHE LAXDjLEM
HomesfortheHomeless
OXLY HI 35 PER ACRE
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
Tsr rut caxs or tita
l.lMVENHOHTII,
LAWIIt'.MC'fl AIlls
UAEiVKMTOIf n. H. I.INB.
I'tom I.Hivrenee and Kansas City and ytalt
the celebrsteit slsage Conuti jr,
The Cartlen .Spot of Kansas.
nprtOwSm
Dr. RICHAFS
Golden Remedies.'
rs tl.es. only and save Tims, nssjtb ar.
Honey, tl.Oon IlKWAItll for aoy cut of dlscata.
In ny stige which th'y fall to care.
Its. IIIUHAUM UOLDE.V Dir-
MAsii, mm. i a ?, srs Ue
greatesl aliTSdte, known, I
Da. KICHAU'H UIILDK
KI.IXIK D-AMOCH U Ue
flrralest Tonic and Attrlnitrl
lu the Medical l.lst. Us. Ill,
C'HACS GOLDEN ANITD01
It the onlr rsllakl dfnrstle.
Theie B'taedUs arc not MTsrUsed to Cars stl
Croplslou, and benefit none; hot are narasts.1
to eecct a Kadlcal and Hpeed Car la all eases 1 1
which tbey are reoommsnded, whsa all ether trsa
rami ha. failed. Tens of thousands ytarlj rscori. f
by their aw, wht Itsse lost all nop, SDdbassrpn
nounced ss Incurable by the test offr atedlctl
OH. RICIIAUyw)Il)KlV
JL- IIALSAM, No. I. csff'S Ulcers, UlcersUt
Kore Throat and Maiith. flors Eyes, Catsn.
sat Frnpuons, CoppsrXilored nistches.'SortDtsi
of the Hcalp, Bcrcifulyc. It Is the Oreatest Kas
tstor, Alf ratlre s1 Ulood Purifier knova. rt
rnoTss all m:nar from the system, sad Isarae
Ike blorsl pare actf healthy. JS
DK. MUIIAU'S (iULUKiN
DA1JIM. No. cares Keren rial Atfea
tlom Itheamauim la all Its rorms, aa
ate Teller In all cases. (
thcr No. 1 or 2, (Jtt per bottle, at t
1UCIIA1PS GOLDEN"
ANTIDOTE, a radical ear f r all rloery
drramrrments. Pries ( per bottle. I
T. KICirAU'S GOLDL'rV,
t t F.LlXllt D'AMOUK. a radical eoi lor
.Vfrtout or GeaersJ Debility, In old or,
young s imparting energy with wonderful elect.
Price 15 per bottle, r two for
On reccjpt of price, these remedies" will bet
ihlpi-d to any place. Prompt attention paid t
all correin.Ients. Sons genuine without the.
naaieof " UK. I'.ICIIAU'rt OOLIIE! BEMEDIU.I
D, B. ItlUHAI'.DH, Sole I'rpprleujr," blowa In.
glass of bottlst,
Circulars sent, frvls supplied at a liberal,
tllicount. tjt T
Adlrets. lift. I), II. RICHARDS, SM YarltK
street. .Vsw York.
JvrEHLlVr I'AYINO PLAX:
A new and novel system of Life Insuranco rot
centlv Introduced bv Ihe
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE
OP NT. IiOTJIN.
Hy tliis syelem, Life Insuranco is furnished 'I
as lililn ro.t na by the usual plans, and Ihe pol,
ley hoi er receives no annual Interest ol strea
tier cent, upon nil the money paid by him a the
C.impriny ; his annual premiums thus eaasajas;
him as much as a government bond.
The plan has been thoroughly criticised ami
fully indorsed by Ihe most eminent actuaries
.ml skillful mathematicians inthelandi indeed
It nas not yet oeen tne sut'jrrt in uniaTuraoiw
mention In any respectable quarter.
OFFICE OF THE COMJPANY:
Northwest cor. Fourth & Olive Sta,
ST, LOUIS, MISSOURI.;
AUTIIUK 11. BARRETT, President,
Henj. 'nVilliamu, Secretary..
Raaks high In the list ol aound, thtiRy Western
Life Companies.
it iiaaiiliiev.pii.i"i.-'v-'v.
Itlmsnssets more than enough to coverall ilf
liabilities In nililiiioj tnlhecapiial
It has one hundred thousand dollars deposited
with thoHoiieof Missouri aa a perpetual ftuar.
nntee lo its policy' holders. ,
It hascomi,lied fully with the'hew laws ol th
.State, which are quite ns exacting and more rigid,
ly enforced than those ef Eastern Htates.
It lnests Its funds Intho West, among lha
people friim whom they are received.'
Its managcmonlis vigorous, skillful and pru
' lis' nnnual Income Horn the Interpit alone l
nlrsndy more tliiinsulhclenl lupnylu psses.
J it issues policies upon the ordinar) llfeandent
ilowiuent plans, at tho same rate as) other Brat'1
class companies.
The policy holders receive all the profits in an
nual dividends. '
Tho stock holders can receive Only ten per
rent, of interest on their capital, by the terms ot
Ihocharter.
'Ihoiuiuual divldendt to policy holder ar al
ready gicater than many old Las tern Companies
have ever been able to pay.
ThoKt.itoof IllinoiapniJ last year about four
million dollars nr Life Insurance. I
Why send so much money Ltit of tho Slate
i "..r. v v..t, n. t v... f - ...iwt
i . i . : i 1 1 . i ., nun
IaWliy tu i.CW 111. M,,4,,cn UIIKI.UU IU, .11 .fllV.r
that may lx produced just as chesp'y (or more sd)
at homo?
, TVWUgS .SX S-.UVV,
s apriitiswir yrni nt t arm.
I SIX MONTHS.
II can be ma .e by mm why kuow hotr to do bun.
tV? on Ihqulet and MSfRf,.'."",.
Siunicalions recelrel from Udlee will be an
ew" red. I- or partlcuia-a audress
ETII.1N GILBEKT,
npr'.nwlt 000 itooslTTr, " Ysirfc.
CAIRO, " " - - ILLINOIS
(in theljulltllng known as the Braith Hlore.l
so.ng a General Qfocory Uusines. In Firsuo asa
oods, lino Teat, pure Otttee, Canned and Dnnj
ruits. dinokedanl H tit. Meat. 1'iolilml I'o.k
ard, Brooked Heel, Butter, Fresh Eggs. Klour
mt 1. .-Lu. i.u ., u.uui.1, onut, auu an ainde
2UJU ua uallv ks ut lnflrit.clniasrrwr .In,.
Simjr,
i.coissr
Fanly Gfrocery
h cor. Poplar and Thirteenth Kt:t

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