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I I JOHN H. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, -TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 187L
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OFFICIAL JMHKCTOHY.
STATE OFFICERS.
Severncr, Johu I Palmf ;
Lleutrnam'Oovtrnor, John Pim;hr(y !
Secretary of State, Edward Idimmrl;
Aud'tnrof Mate, C. K. Lippinrnlt,
State Tfietirrer, K.N. Iieleaj
fiifil, r II MIc Instruction, Newton Katemaii.
CONGRESSMEN.
Penalort Lyman Trumbull and Jnha A. Lcgtu.
Repreeenlttlt for the Stat t Lare Vecaw-y,
Itepretentatlre Thirteenth District John M.
Creb.
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Henatort, 111 Dittrlrt T. A. E. Hnlcomb. t.f
Union, and 8. If. alUnn.of O.llitlu.
Re preteLtatlve. 11 DUtrl t II Wton Webb.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Judge D. 1. lltlcer, of Alexander.
Prptecutlng Attorney!. F. MiCaitue, of
Mutu,
Circuit Clik Juo. O.. Merman,
. HberiS-A. ir'.'lrrtn.
COUNTT COURT.
Judge-P. liroas.
Aiiix.ilti-J.;K. McCriteand H. Mervh Idon.
Clerk-Jacob O. LynWi.
Coroner Henry fJoMtnaa.
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT.
MayorJohn M. Lansden.
Treasnier J. B.Taylor.
Cotnptro.ler K. A. Ilurnetl.
CI.rk-Mlehael Howls,.
Mertna! Andrew CIn.
Attorney P. H,Poje.
Police Magistrates F Brt end H. Mian-
sty, .
Chief ot Poliee-L. il. it) tit. .
Police Conitallei JehB Hhealiao (day), and j
Jo. II. Vclrrun and J. W. Haraner, (night.)
gELECT COUNCIL.
Mayor-John M. Lansden,
' Kim Wril-1. O.S-huh.
Second Ward C. K. woodward. ,
Third Ward Jno. Wood. i
Fourth Werd-3. blasts Taylor. J
City-at-Luge-W. p llallidey tad I'. Hum j
BOARD or ALDERM1N. j
yiltsr WARD-Jaraet I
Leo Kleb,
Isaac Walden. I
VECONDWAUD-K. H. Cunningham,
K. Huder. I
Henry WlDtr, '
JametSwayne, '
THIRD WARD-Wm. Blretlon,
Petilck Fltige'.ald.
FOURTH WARD-Jaaaee Carroll. ',
O.lt.Seate,
J.H.Metcalf.
Titne of Mtttirvj. '
cm coociu I
The CUT Council meet Id joist loo on i
Prtdey evening preceding th Srat Monday of
each month.
tiler (ijiicil.
The Select Council BtiUun the Jul WJon.
day aad Thursday, attr the tfonl Minder lu
acli month.
BOAXP 01 illll.
The Board of Aldermen bmIi en Ihe Bret
"Vender aad Tueedey la titty month.
COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCII-
0 Strttt-Hnttt. Tejlor, WiMrr, Winter,
'Wood eaa Hetcetf.
iraiwv-Uttii.CunnlDjt)'m,!'huh, filler
Id, and Hellldex.
Ctovnt-Utttn. Wood,CuiiniDUiu end Kith.
lUite mod Jatt-yitfti. Cerroll, Buder aod
Woodward
OrdteaMeM eare. fee, Walder and Tajrlor.
af )3rfwiri(-Mmri. Ria dfn.bwajDf and
Jlalllday.
.VarJUf-tnn. Schuh, Wlnler and Kleb.
lYintvy Veaar.Wolward, Ewajne aod Buder.
rxnanct Mir. llurd, Hlratton andMetctlt.
foard tflltalth The Mayor, and Mre. Hear
rn, Winter, Btralton and Ca. roll.
OUR CHURCHES.
J11ESBTTERUN-Elfhth.tret.
Preaching, Habbaih at ln-; a. a., and '.)', r. a.
Frayer meeting. Wednnday at ti r. a.
Buaday Bclinol, 3 r. a. J. M. Laniden, Super
intendent. Rev'. C. II. Footi, Paater.
METHODIST-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Sit.
Freacbing , Sabbath 10 a. a., and T r. a.
Prayertneetlng, Wedneaday, J r. a.
Sunday School, 3 r. a. L. W. Stile-ell, Super
IntendenU Iter. F. L.Taoanon, paetor.
CtlURCU OK THK REDEEMER (Episcopal)
Morning prayers, Sabbath 10 J a. a.
EteniDg prayer 7H r. a.
SebUth School, a. a.
' Rev, Ma. Com, Rector.
Dt. PATRICK'S CUURCH Oor. Wlnth St. and
Washington Avenue.
Public Service, Sabbath tX and 10 a. a
Vetpera.Sr. a.
Sunday School, t'r. a.
Berrlce f sery day, a r. a,
1 Rev. P.J. 0'Hai.ioaK, Priest.
CHBISTUN-Efghteenth etreet.
Prrachlni, Fabbath VX a. a., and Tr. a.
Rev, J. Faisxp, Paator.
MISSION SUNDAY SCHOOL-In the Christian
Chan-n, EiKhteenth Street. Babbattt School 3
r. a.;
J. II. Rasp, Superintendent.
T00NO MEN'S CHRISTIAN A880CIATI0N-Rcg-ular
meeting second Monday each month at the
Prayer room of the Presbyterian Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday. 71 r. a., at
the Prayer room of the Presbyterian church.
, , C. Pan), Pretldrnt.
'AFRICAN M. K.-Feurtccnlh Bt. eieen Walnut
and Cedar.
arnicas, 8tbbetli, 11 . m.
Sunday S.:hool, r. a.
Cass Jr. a.
Preaeblag, 1 r. a. Rev. W. 11. Baowa Pastor
SECOND FREE-WILL) BAPTIST Fifteenth BI.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Bervieea Sabbath, IK and U.S.-
Iter. N. Ricas, Paalor.
.VREI-WILii BAPTIST HOME MISSION HJN.
DAT SCUOOI-Corner walnut and Cedar 81a.
o.... school. a. a.
riRbT FREE WILL BAPTIST ClU'RCH-Cur-ry'a
Darracka.
Isertices, BabUlh 11 a. a., 3 r, a. and 7 r. a.
Rev. Wa. Kauat, Paetor.
t HR8T MISSIONARY BAITWT CHURCU-bel-
wctn Wth and litn aiteeti, nearueaar.
Preschlni Sabbath WK a. 'a., and D
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaohlng, Friday evening.
PabUthSchool, l' r. a. John Van Haiter and
Marv Stepaeaa Superintendents.
Bev.T.J.'Baeaas, Pastor.
ARBKKB.
J. GEO. Sf EINHOUSE,
FASHIONABLE BARBER,
Csr. Stavat. euast CeMsssta retail.
harp Razors,
"Clean Towels und
twrSklllfsU Workmen.
.n.i nl.ll.livu'a hair cut aud shata
lltlCrai 1110 HIIOII or at men wnu ..wm....
IIELMHOLB'N.
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HHLMBOLD'S
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catxwiia uRAi'r. riu.i.
CAtAwn ouape PII.L1.
IUTAWIIA OIIAI'K I'lLIJi.
(lATAtTUA OltAI'E rll.LH.
(7ATAW1IA UKAPK I'lLLS.
CATAWIIA ORAl'K I'ILI.I.
CATAWBA OKAfK flLI-S.
HELMBOLD'S
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IIKI.it IIOI.D'h
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IIEI.MBOt.lJ K
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EXTRACT
SARSAPARILLA
I'LUIli KXTRACT ("AKSAfARIM.A.
FLVM EXTRACT 8 A RJ ATARI LI. A.
f Lt'IW EXTRACT stARSAPARILLA.
t I.CID EXTRACT aARAPARILI.A.
t'LCII) EXTRACT MARHAPARI I.LA.
FLUID EXTRACT lARJAPARII.LA.
PLCJII EXTRACT ( A R A PAR I I.LA.
Pt'RirY THE BLOOD.
HKLMHOLtl' FLI'ID KXTRACT CAKHAPA
RII.LA Curtail Eruptloaeof the Skin.
nK.I.MBULIi'e FLUID EXTRACT HA R AP A
RII.LA
Caret tut woMt foim of Iiloud LUeaeee.
IIRI.MBOLI't FLUID EXTRACT )ARAPA
DILI. A
Kntr hratily Into the Ciiculatiou of the
Illood.
IIKLMUOI.b'h TLUID KXTRACT SARHAPA
UlLLA Beeiltlnri. the Coruplriluu
All Powdera and outward aptdwatiuo dettioy
,K .klk vn.lr nir tt lirh ntui cnaMe. l.OOK 1.1
1 .00k at
if uvd
lhfkinof olJ maM' and tbo.e who hateuard
euch any Ingtli of time.
licontliiu th.-m,
ant u.
HELMBOLD H.CIII F.XTI'.VCT AP.APA
KILL A.
One bottle ia fqiul In atrrngth ( our gallon of
Ihe Syrup or lrcor.on an usually madKj and
a wlne-aiaaa a.ided lo pint of ler rqual the
reVbraie.1 LISII'X IHKr DKI.NK. Tr il till
way. A rtellghtful t"rers.
HELMBOLU'f .CATAWBA ORAl'K I'ILL
11 KLM HOLD'S CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS
A plraaanl, rafe and siincalile Cnlhartic
HELMBOLD'S CATAWBA (tRAPK PILLS
nedTrKTll fttctlon'wherea PurRttiie Mrdielnc
I needed.
HKLMBOI.dV CATAWBA ORAl'K 1'ILI.h
IInnle to a child, asd taken hy children.
IIKLMBOLll's CATAWBA ClKAl'K PILLS
Supersede Manela, rflln ond m ry other Pur
gative. II ELM HOLD S CATAWBA OKAl'K PILLS,
Certain in enVet, and plea'.ut in operation.
IIRLMBOMt's CATAWBA OKAPE PILL
I not a pnt-nted Pill.
IIKLMBOLll's CATAWBA ORAPE PILLs
Aieromnnoed ol Catawba Orape Juite and Fluid
KAtract Ithuberb,
Purchae two Uittlea of HELMBOLD'S SAKSA
PAltlLLA and one box it PILLS worth their
waiffht in ipota.
.o nailer inTesimeni can oe msae lor o email
a sum.
HKI.MBOLIl'a FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU
Has acquired a world-wide fame.
ALL of my prepsralinn are meritorious. A
pnod of twenty years has proved this to be
Ihe cae.
See remarks made by Ileniamin Traverse, F. R.
C. H. Speaking of thoae dlseaaee, and dinettes
aiilng from the eice of mercury, he Malta
thai no remedy Is equal lo the Extract of sama
panlU, it power Ii extraordii arv, more o than
any other diug I m acquainted with. HI' tin
In the trictet aente, a tonic, wlththla Invaluable
attribute that it la applicable 10 a stale of Ibe
tt item to sunken, ami yet so irritable, aa rep.
deroiher substances of tho tonle cl unevail.
able or iniurious.
See REMARKS ol the flUKAT CHEMISTS AND
PILL MEN OK AMERICA!
Wm. R. Warner A Co.,
t& North Tblrd street, Philadelphia, Pa.
U.T. IlelmlioMl , . , , ,
Esteemed Krlend-I congratulate you on
having the handtomrst and at the same tune the
Mott Effrctive Pill that 1 hive eer known for the ,
?rrposi Intended. WM. R. WARNER A CO
11 IT. Ilelnibold will remark, in conclusion, that
hla remeole are the result of long and careful
atudy. The Flu.d Extracts have beeii befote the
public twenty Kara. The iale of them Id that
time proves their value. All Iwve been benefit
ted by them who followed .my Inalruction. and
to-day they stand uaequallrd In the extent of
their sale, and untuirpanecd br any medicament
in the bitpentatory of the United States, not
excepting a eingle Herb, Root, Plant, or Srieu
tltlo Preparation.
Pharmaceutical I elalm all mine. 10 be, and have
never patented a ainile one.
Ll. -i'lV. !!5r.l!mpr;",lon.'r PreJudli that
might exist in the mlnda ol many against my
preparations, from the publicity g vefi through
advertising, and that I am and have been a drug,
gist lor a period of iwen'y years, and more con.
cluilrely to preve title see fetter from the largest
linuuiaciilllUK i-iiriiunia lu mi world I
. . . november4.IM.
I am acquainted with Mr. 11. T. Helmaold : he
occupied I lie arug sioreoppoaiie my reaidence,
and was suceesnful In conducting the hualneaa
wnere oinera nau noi uenn euiuiiv mo iieiari, him
I have lieen favorably Imnrexsed with hla charao.
l.r and enterprise. WILLIAM WKUITmaN.
Firm 01 rnwera niimniu, manuiaciuring
rhemisls, Ninth and brown ttrteta, Philadel-
pnis.
' all aTAMa oa luaia axaira
The Pill I have thought of offering Im tr affile,
tea tor ten year. -ei v.
Thsv now nerfoct. and I shall siaae niv
id ror ten vears, ..it v.
They are
time, money and fame on their effit'tiveneti.
The invltingHtyle in which Ihe plUllnelf Is made,
the bottle.label, wrapper all show with what
care inev nave oeen preiwreu, mwt raiuiua
tion. no Knallsh or rrench iirtparatiiin will show
greater care, and I am really proud of thtin.
i,i.Lni4 Mt tbm naiifleAiw.lookina. earelefHiv
piepared Pills vended generally, and put up in
uAmUn ttnie. and miLilo i-enerallY. or ottered
by lhoo hav.ng co experience as physicians,
drugglsia or manuiacturers of medioiuos, test
the medicine ottered by your obedient lennnt,
II. T. UKIiNBOLU.
Cryst.il Palace Dni Plove, No. Mt liroadway,
Now Votki
Paluco Pnarmacy. fillsey House, Broadway, and
Taeiity. ninth street, New York.
THE BULLETIN.
L'Alinrix iviv iy.iiroii
rOHEIGN AND DOMESIC.
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THK HONAFAKT18T8' INTKIOUKP.
THE Oltl.EANH PJtlNUKH PASSIVE.
DEMOCRATIC MUDDLE IS OHIO, t
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I OIN. M'C0OK NOT NOMINATED.
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kkwa t uot FUAJiCK the jiuSAPART- i
' m active pubuc. M'lLuiNOf- re-
.TOBKD-TIIEORLKANrPRINi..
rAHIH, Juno 1 1. Tho I'arm pr c'x-i
pect thut a Atrtmg rft'nrl will !nr tnadu hy .'
tho Donapirtlsts for thp tuerct of their
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party in the coming npii mucutnrv elvo- I
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tiona. Tbo Journal, ot J'arn. fuvs : The
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rrince Imperial, ar.tl not the Prince Na, 1
poloon, will bo put forwuril a a candidate
for tbo wscmbly. j
j The Ciocht thinka the reult of the ultc-
lion in citie will chak tho tendency to
tnoriatthira.
Tho restoration of public buildingn hat
commenced.
General Douay baa iuund ordert thut all
civliiana found with nrmi in their poej
aion after a certain day thi be trie J hy
court martial.
Picard baa retigne.1 the rovernorhip of '
the bank of France. i
The Orleana prince are still at Ver-
rialller.
Uoilay and Tlie'u'u, who actvd by au
thority of the commune delegate 5Uper
IntendenU of the bank of France and
postal department, rcipectivdy. have
been released from pritoo, at the inter
ceulon of the bank authoritie., and fur
niibed with lafe conducta to leave France
All the sacred vmicIs and valuable
ornamenta taken from the churchei by
the communiiti, with a few exception!,
have bcn Ui:overed In tbo mint and
other place,
Fronch prlioners are rapidly return
ing from Germany.
Alexander Duma wrilet to tho Parii
Prtsnt, denouncing the blind clashing of
prtvulo ambition'at Versailles. He praitea
Prefident Thieri, and advocate tho con
tlnuoneeof the republic, to which France
alwnr instinctively revert.
The iteamcr international, which Is to
lay the telegraph cable between Mar
aelllei nnd Algier, ha arrived at Mar
elites. Truins over tho Lyone and Moditor
raneat railway, vi.i Mont Cenli "tunnel,
have commenced running again.
POLITICAL.
A RADICAL CANARD, K COURXE.
Wakuinoton, Juno 11. There Is trut
worthy information from Colitmbus, Ohio,
that at the late democratic convention
Gta. Ewing was really nominated instead
of McCook. Upon the first ballot, at an
nounced, McCook bad 225 and Ewing 101,
but two persona of prominence in the
party, who kept full and complete tally
sheets, agreo that Ewing really received
243, and McCook only 321. Tho mutake
arose entirely from an unintentional error
in counting up the delegation. By tbo
blunder of one of tbo secretaries the tally
aheot from which the announcement was
made was used twice, and hence the diffi
culty In ascertaining the ex net official
count. The stale democratic committeo
will meet in a few days to consider the
matter,
HEN. BUILKR.
Information from Massachusetts creates
tho potitivo belief here that Gea. Duller
will be a candidate before the convention
this fall for governor.
CALIFORNIA PRIMARIES).
San Francisco, Sune 11. The result
of the primaries throughout the state In
dicate the nomination of llooth for gov
ernor by tho republican, and Haight, the
present incumbent, by the -democrats.
Both are pledged ngalnft local subsidies
to railroads.
A DEMOCRATIC UOYKRNOK.
Concord, N. H., Juno 10. The con
vention to-day bullotteil for governcr
with the following result: James A.
Weston, democrat, 107. James Fiko, re
publican, IM. Tho legiilaturo will ad
journ over until Tuesday, when Governor
Wetton will bo qualified.
ILLINOIS.
TUK CAPITAL REMOVAL HOUT.
SPRlNfimLD, III., June U. Although
tho atato house appropriation bill has
passed both houses by largo majorities, and
will be laid before tho governor to-morrow,
and signed by bint, yet the capital
removal fight continues. It is reported
that auma of money are being sent to
country edttora of nowspaport in portions
of the state with a view of making public
opinion against Springfield, and cnntlnu-
lug uitaniitiaciion,
TUK CILORIOVM VOURTU.
Jackhonville, III., Judo 11. Prepar
ations aro being made on an extensive
uale for n grnud culuhratlun of the ap
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proaching anniversary of American In
depondenoo nt Jackfcmvlllc. Included In
the order of cxerolses of this calibration,
will bo n grand procession with inuslu and
bunnurs, uddtcsses by tho lion, Richard
r-...-. ..r I..,. I.
Burr, of Currolltoti. ringing of nutional
, h!m y the Uiouaud of Sunday scliool
' rtiildren of .Jacksonville. Tlnnket picnic,
and it night a magiilQcent Jliplay of Ure
vork, which l propowd to mako th Rreat
eit thing of the kind cTcrwitnet'ed in thU
. riMrt nf Illlnnii. A v.tl intiltltuilo will lo
J htro from tht and tho urroundlnj coun-
'tie..
FBKSONAL.
SHERMAN. HUEBIIIAN.
L'f f. vIPtfafkviili Pt lima If) O a ft
Sherman and party arrircd hcra at S p.m.
from ,,e "m rcroiB here dy
or two. 0li. . Sheridan arrive hore
Jhey will both
go from boro to Omaha, thence to Chicago.
I'kven worth, Kf., June 10 Gneral
sharmna rrivedhere thl.p.m.dltrct from
FortUlheon. The citl.en of Ottawagnvo
k'"' " r""'"S reception bi he pard
through the town. Oenoral Sherman
T.l"idwl in a purely agricultural pceclt
avoiding politici altogether.
FoitKK.S FELLOW..
IIeki.i.v, June 10. The Emperor Alex
nndur, of Huiala, hat left Iturlln.
Count Waldeniee mn been appointed
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charg d'aflalr at lrfri,aiid will loavoon
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tho 8flth in'tant.
.
AlMf. The barber shop of Win. Alba,
on Commercial avenup, near the corner of
Eighth ttreet, U tho place to which nil
, Iotcm of a gwij, cIojp ehavo with razors
J, (harper than the wit ol twenty Jcrroltlf.
wind, their way. tf
Meott. The nraticli tneatelmp or.l.unea
Kynaaton, lofat'-d on Commercial avenue,
naat dor to the jroccry torr of Jutne
Carroll, ii now in full bluet, and title- pop-
u'" uu";l":' "'" '--""7
meat tatcm of that portion of tho Potirlh
uni wim ipicium mrm. 11 vou iiiitc
j not tried him give him a call.
tf
llimc'i. Hime, at tho old tand, on
Sixth street, near Ohio levee, is conduct
ing hit barber abop in u flrrt-clat style.
It i a model ejtablfihment in every par
ticular, and wbilo in hi charge all its cut
turners will receive; courteous nttention,
and the benefit of excellent workmanship.
Hair cutting, abaving, ahamnoolng, etc.
roy2tf
Did You Ever? "No, I never," taw a
more coev and complete barber ahop than
that of Anthony Eachbacb, one door be
low the post office. The room liaa been
newly papered, the floor newly covored
and the wholo eftablifhmviit put in llrjt
clare order. Eichbuch 1 0110 of the most
.t.itir.,1 nrA ftoAiinitiiultin.
rin;ii':in.o", ......
barbers in tho btate, employs courteous
and expert nuistant!, nnd keep just such
a shop as citizens nnd strangcis will take
a solid satisfaction in patronizing.
my IM 1 m
Fred. Jlln.ikenburg's saloon is newly
and elegantly fitted up nnd supplied with
the finest wines, liquor?, beer, cigars, etc,
that can be found in the city; and Frod.
tas.8 no suporiorni n dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not forget the place, cor
ner Uth street and Washington avenue.
The house heretofore occupied by Pitt
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Leveo between
Fourth and Sixth streets. This house, if
not thu best business houto is certainly
oneof the best stands in Cairo. It fronts
the principal steamboat landing and is
near the Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also the second floor of tbo same building
suitably arranged for offices. Apply next
door at Robert Smyth & Co . wholesnlo
grocery store. tf
True. There can be no doubt that
Baugh I, ! exetlltnet, tho boot and
shoemaker of Cairo. He challenges com
petition in his trade, and assures the pub
lic that ho will guarantee to his customors
atisfaction. His shop is on Eighth street
near the corner of Ohio Lovco. tf
Marriaok Guide.-Interesting work,
numerous engravlngt, 224 pages. Price
50 cents. Addross Dr. ButtaUJispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis,
Mo. Seo Advertisement.
Thk Fkktok Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, cornor of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth atroet, Is now in ehargo of
Mr. M. D. Guntor, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invites the nt
tention of the public to the fact that he is
now prepared to furnish doulcrs and fami
lies with tho very best article of corn meal.
Orders left at the mill or sent through Uie
postofllcH will receive prompt attention.
Great Excitement. The city has
been agitated during tho post week on tho
subject of the excellent St. Louit Beer,
Weiss Beer, Rhine Wine, and splendid
cigars fur sale'at Charloy Schoncmoyor'a
aaloon. Ills "Wolta Beer is becoming a
popular drink bis Rhine Wine is the
best In the city, bis St. Louis Beor
always ico cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located at the corner or Tenth street and
"Washington avenue, whore all lovors or
good things to drink should coll.
St. Nicholas. A-Day boarders can se
cure good accommodations atthoSt. Nlch
olas (formerly the St. James) at $4 per
week. The house is at the corner of Ohio
leveo and Klchth street, a contral location.
and is proprietored by Hany Walker,
.. I.n I. altvn n tl.A u.n.a nf bit tiatronS.
n nu . M.a.w j .Mo t. 1. 1 - ,
Parties, desiring boarding and longing can
learn'terms on Inquiry at the office,
tnay.ldtf' '
Avavkt, Indiokstion. Tho Charter
Oak Stove is tba mo Interesting and Im
portant fciUttr.c In the family economy ;
for it tilU tho house with warmth tbo ta
bio with good chocr, and provents that
dreary aspeot umV lndlgusliblo moali thnt
SPECIAL NOTICES.
BATCIIF.lVetK'N H AIH DTE.
Thla aurrl) Hslrllye lathe r tatnaWoatn
-lVrleollv ItnrmlpM, lleliable and Inathaateoo".
No dlaappolnlmenl. No Rldlculou Tinla or Un
ptoaaant Odor. The genuine W. A. Bachelor
llalr Dye producca 1MMKD1 ATELY a aplendld
Blafk or natural tlrown. Doea not Slam the
Ukin, but lenveathe llalr Clean, Boft mid Iloantl
ful. The only Huta ind Perfect U)C.
Sold by all druglnta. Factoi y 1A Bond Htreet,
Hrw York. lanyttdeodAwly
CONSUMPTION.
I
ITS CUKE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY lUt. J. H. St'lIKNCK.M.D.
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BOAT NTORER.
S A M W I Ii S 0 N ,
II 1. A I. i: R IS
BOAT STOBE3,
(I II O C K R I K S ,
P R 0 V I S I O N S, E T C,
No. 110
Ohio Lkvkk,
Cairo, III.
llUHKIi. I'U'IMI'11.1 HUM',
KAILROAUR.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
-SOUTHEASTERN R. It.
On nnd nftwf Monday, April 'Jlth, 171, lr.iln ll
run as follow 1
NORTHERN DIVISION.
Tama iiuinu xoiTiirssr,
Mnil.
Leave Virginia il;4Ua.tii
" SpriogHeld O-.JU "
" 'leylorvllle .10;W "
Arrive at 1'an a 11: Id m
i:prutt
li;:i. p.m.
, a.(Ki "
. l!20 "
,. fulT "
Mnil.
,...a.n5p,in.
...4:aii "
...6.011 "
...C:ld "
...SilJ "
iBjisaooisq noavawatT.
Kline
Leave Pan 4:(m,m
rayiorville :tr
Arrive at riprlnKfleld...O;IA "
Leave Sptingfleld 0:21 11 .........
Arrive at Virginia s:il "
riOL'THEHN DIVISION.
TutiN ooimj toernKtar.
Iavo Edgewdod o:30 a m
Flora li-'J "
Arrive at Shawiifetown3..vip m
,,.10:10 a.m.
...11:40 '
... o:lo p.m
s.iup.m
7;utl
TBAIxa UMl.MII UIIIUIi
Leave Shawneelown 5:1.", a.m
H Vlnru. '1M "
Arrive at Kdgewnod !u '?
.,.n.a) "
The 8.30 a in. train from hdgewond, runa only
Monday, Wadut'tdayannd Friday, and n:t.ta.ni,
train from Hhiiwnvitnun ou Tnesda), Tliurs.
days anUBtiuruay. ,,,,,
Coinectsat Aililand Willi JaclisntivlUe division
of Chlesgoand Almn H'llroad, for Jirktonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, nnd nil uoluls west.
Al HhruiKlMd. with Clilcagu upd Alton, and
Toledo. Wabash and Western Htllroitd, I'.r
BioomingUu,Clilc:iii,uu'lallpilniHiiortb,uorih. j
west and woai, ,
Al Pina with lll.l. uud '. l.lilll. nnd II inn a
Central Kailtoiid lr nil point e:ul, com Ii ami
souipcai.
At F.dnewiiod wllh ChWii DlvMon Uliuult
Cemral ktilroail.
At Flora, with Itlilo anl Misaiaslppi Railroad,
AtrUiuwneelaan, Willi sieainuoais lor i iik'hi
I
I
UEREBAI. AaBNTH.
HALTJDAY ..BOTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS,
p
FUKWARDINO and COMMISSION .
HERCHA.ITI,
DEALERS IX FLOUR;
And Atrnl of
Okie) Mleer .ut Knaelm
SALT C02sE'JP.3SriaBS.
70 Ohio Luvkk,
CAUlO, ILL1MM3.
WILLIAM KHLKRS,
KeaahUnmHIc
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH M1RKET,
Iletween Wa-lrngton Avenue and 1'oplar Slrett,
I 'A 1 110, ILLS.
Buolt and Kbnee Made (o Order.
Fine Werkmen Employed.
?tlaf.ictlon Warranted.
Patronage "aollcitej.
CITY SHOE STORE
Ml
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
.lLt. AOKNI'I I0K
"BEOLASKra"
Cl'STOU-MAliE
HOOT S A X I) S II 0 K S
Cwanmerrlail't vrnstv, 4'oraier f KiKhlas
'Ntree(,
f.'Aiuo, Illinois.
PARTICULAR A rrKNIO. l-illi TO ALL OR.
DER.t 'OR IIOOl'SKIRTB AMI AHOES.
MILMNKRN.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
MRS.C. McGEE,
EK1HTH STREET, BETWKKS WAKHINdTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVKKUs,
lllla Jii't reerived full and splendid bn of
NEW GOODS
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
SILK OIMPS,
SILK OA LOON,
GUIPURE LACKS,
MOSS TRIMMINGS,
CROCKET BUTTONS,
SILK AND VELVET BUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET, ,
HATS AND BONNETS,
FINK KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
.ad a full and cnn'iilf ntsclc or
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of whudi the prows lo sell at
THE VKKT LOWEST CAHU PRICES,
MH8. M. SWANHER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
CoimuvreUl Avtasts, ateMltr KllUti"
aid Hnylknrtt'a
Cairo, Illinois.
CL0TH1N FOR LA1HFS' WKAR
Mad ta nvter, or Hady-n!ed.
BOOKft.
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J m J - - ? ' s - -g
1 ; j: x x - .5
i J c s I 5 z s
: O i H B V
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X 2 S f I
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i3'
BOOTH AND HHOF.4.
WATCIIMAKES.
PR ACTICA L WATCHMAKER.
, H. HOUPT, '
I NO. ISO WASHINGTON AVSNUB,
( CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Km 00 hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention glten to
UEPAIllINU FINE WATCHES.
TheWrgeit tlock of
GOLD AND SILVERyATCHES
11 mtmi,
ll'HXITt'HK.
B. -S. HARRKLL,
DEALER JX ElfRNITURB
(iUKENSWAHE,
HOI'S 1 FURNISHING. GOODS,
RAH FIXTURES,
GLASSWARE,'
18o &-187 Commcrcinl Avenue
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
l'AINTF.H.
CAUL L. THOMAS,
I prprd to du nil kind, nf plain and orna
mental ..
PAINTING,
KALSOMINTNG, PAPER HANGING
SI O.V tv II IT! NCI, ETC.,
Al rlures whii'h dely all competion, and in the
hlgheai alyle tf the painter's art.
SHOP IK THE PERRY HOUSE,
CORNER OK COMMKRCIAI. AVENUE AND
EIOHTn STREET.
KCAI. EST A I E AG KMT.
C. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
ANU
AUCTION ERS,
74 ("KCOND FLOOR) OHIO LF.VKli,
CAIRO, IMS.,
Hi'v and Sell Heal, Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
And prepare Conveyances of Kinds.1
MALOONH. j
EL DORADO
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM, il
JOIl.V IAT, rjrtrlltr. rt
to Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLlN'dH.
BILLIARD saloon furnithed itli the b'at of
tablea : and bar aunnlied with winea. llouort
aod clgare of the finest brands.
41-
EXCELSIOR SALOON, B
Corner of Wellington Avenue and FourtMnth
sireei. j,
r. BtLAMUENBEBU, Proprietor.
FRED ULANKKNRUKO'3 stloon It newW nt.
ted up, and in the moat elegant ttyla.Tjtt la
tupplied with the flne.t winea, liquors, beer, a.
Rfu-t, etc., that can be found in tba city, jjonot
foreet the place, comer of Waihinaton avenue
and Fourteenth atrect.
IB
FITZGEHALD'S
SAMPLE BOO 2& S ,
4'r. t'uurteetillt Nt. aud Cast.
uierrlal Atenue. '
I.imf)KIULD'S Pampln Itooms are ttrjeked
J; with pure imported wines, liquort andcifert,
aud are dlaMned from the bar in flrstsclasa
tyle. Tliem ia no belter establishment in South
ern Illinois, aud none better Blocked. Catt and
teat the various brand ol winea and liquors, "
JOHN HYLAND'S SAL00IS7
Corner Tenth Ktrcvt nnd VottimcrsviAl
Avenue. "'
S
QIIPKKIUll liquort, ler, ale, etc., ami fragrant
O Havana always on hand. Those deairing de
lihtfulbnvrageaahould not Mil to call and enjoy
them. Al their wants will be attend (o in afyan
ner that will warrant a return All hit liquort,
winea a"d cigars have been fcletttd wlthraat
care and nritlcal taa'e.
IIOI'SK .HOVIJfO.
HOUSE MOVINU.
ox)
9 a
JAMES KENNEIvy,;
HOIWK MOVER AND iiUILD
1 prepared to ilo all kind of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAlsiNG
' AIU. ' 0
VlKi'AIKI.SU Up RVERY DHC1IPTIO!0
to A
in rut wf BKiaomatt mat.
OIIDEUS Ult at tho reldencu Mr. VenDtjtvk
on Center atreet, next door to the near school
ho te, or addrea-ed to tha ears ot p. Oj BrUBaf
orlh Bulletin oitlee, will receive prompt
Ittf
COLLKUKH.
HIGH EDUCATION , VJ
HELLMUTH COLLEGE
Hoard and Tuillon, par aJJiiuni,,...Ot 10
heijTjMuth JjAdies1 qoWsKoab,
iBAVuvaivsu it ii, a, a. rawca AMMlt iA
hoard and Tulllin, per aununn ..JH(
Vretldeal-Taa Very It. V. 1, lUUtanth, , U-f
Dean ot Huren n"a
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