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MOOrLIND'M.
I. To Debllltalcd Pi
I To DtsiieDllcs! Tn Rnflror Irnm Liver t.'otn-
f Plaint! ra tho.p l.ntl ntt fiu AtiljptllP'
To those with llrnken lown
Constitution 1
Tn Nerintu People I To Chlldrin WastlnK Awa) !
To any with Ilebllllsted Mgpsllie
Organs I
Or Ninrrrinir vs-llh nny of tkr lollottlnir
Which indicate liinosiirsr.n Livca on Hnw.iH !
Such m Con
stli atlon, Inward
Files, Fulness or
II. m.I to the Head, Acid
ity of tli Stomach, Nausea,
He ..rtburn, Disgust for Food, Full.
i,p. or Weight la tli HI iinarli, our
Kin.- iHtlnn, HI nk I r or Fluttering at lie
Pin f UimKIuiii ikIi. Haimminir of Hip Html,
llilrnr I iir Hiffleull llreathlnj-, FIiiltcrlnK at the
Hurl Choking or iuflnciitliigr-'ensatiou whrn n
a Lilng I'.nllire, Mmn nl Vision, Dota m
Wle- befote the Hlght, Krr ami llull I'alu
in IhK Head, lef)rpncr of Perspiration,
rrllin-aif UicNklD ami Kyp, I'alo
in thi HI.Ip. Mark Clint, Limb,
etc., hulden FlU'lms of Hial,
Hurtling In the Hiih,-n.
t t Imailnliijo of
Kt. nnil flreat
, Dfpipailoti of
nj'irus.
HOOFLANDS GKHM Aj HITTKKS
A llittrrt icsfWl Alcohol or Sjnrlti of
ill nny i:tn.
hi. 1 1 dlifeirnt fiom all oilier. I is iompoe. of
'he pur luice, or Vital Principle 01 Hoots,
ir. a and Harks, (or, aa medicinally termed,
Ki-
' I rct.l thp worthies or Inert portions of the in
hi 're Kent not r,etn impiI. 'fherp lorp. In one lot.
l.f a nf thla tt.li.. Il 1. i.i.nUlnMi a mllflh
Islriedl.-lnal vlrllip will be lonnd In seieral gal
P on of ordinary mixture. Tlie imiii,rtr ued
li n ttila Hitter am iirown In tierrnany, llialr vital
Hi rin.lpls. extractPl In that entinlrv "y a pops.
IC he Clip-nlil. and forwarded to f p nianiifartorv
I) II this city, ulirit thsy arerempouudpdaud hot
i ,t. Contain ng no aplrituoua ingrpdlpiit, ttiin
r liter H fipp from lli oMpctione urged agilnst
In II other. No desire for .tlmtiltnla tin li In.
in tieed from Hielruet they citinot make urunk.
kt'l, an. cannot miner any eirciirnTBn'pa nair
a) but a beuencitl rt't.
HOOFLAND'S. (i HUMAN TONIC
I" 'w rompcilu.lr.l for lliorn not lln'line.l to 'I
I ' MmM lilllnr. ari.l l intjimltof fnr llp In rim
I'1' Inn umeaJ oliol.cplitnuiiit la reqliiiPd Ineon
or i
roi
! potion Willi thp Tonlf proiwrtt of Hip lti:ipra
' apli rnitila of Ibp Toiili conlama onn ltllp oi
Hip Hlltir.. rl.inblnpil wiln lilirp K 4 NT A I.'IIIZ
n ITU. mm tAitrNt in npn a manner that thp lit
roe bitttrriPM of the lllltr la otrconi.
,'' irmlm a "prpparation liluhlj aitrppaUp and
IV Ipaiant to IIipJuiUIp, aia conlainlu InP'lii''
rntl lirtura lif llip flittprk. Thp onrt At thp
ff' nnli ia fl..'il rtap Iwittl. shiili itiant iiprktiriM
ilak too.hlith. Tnpy m it a t lake into rnnanlpr
J Ion that I p at mill ml up1 la guaraiit' p-I to U-
if pure inallly. A poor rli.'p rinld i fur
J alifdatarlKitppr prk-fj but ! It not Uivrto
if llillp tnofp had li' 4 Koo-I arlicli-l A
' pilicinal prp'lation aroulil iontali none but
! i ImiI Ingrrdirnta ; ami Hipjt wlio pxtiprl to oU
In a rlipap compound., ao.) up bpntfitlpil by it,
in moi cna nir op iipaipo.
HOCPLAITD'S
iKRMAN BITTERS;
If OOri.AXIt'M
IrO- BJ It 2a A IT T O 3ST I C
OOKh.VNirS FODOIMIYLMN I'ILIj
Wilt TURK Till".
! rftBMV MM iLsfjMlMl HlflAfl tnIM.
rrl Known
lh madli-al wr.rlJ, anil will erft'liPalp iIIpp
ariaint from Imporr lAo-i, 1'rl.ilii. of Hip
fifKpat.elfj;an, or InPapj t,ipr.
in a annrlpr limp than an)
ottitr known tftr.-
'ThP Wholv hiiiirpinp .Cuurl of rnn.)liani
1 v p( rrtjA. .uim1i. Who wniitil aak for
fr dlgnlfiPd anil ationger tMtimonjr !
u.C.mim Wooilward, formrlv ClilPf Jua
"Ipp oi t
. n, iii. Huoipuip Court of Prnnrlanla, at
1 iraaeot
apot inmitipr ol Conitreaa from f,nnjlta-
I U llfc f
I ' Phll.itplt.hla. Marcb 11. IW7.
1 fin4 nooflao.l(Jrnin Itltipra ia0od tonic,
.r.,i in .liauioa of ihp dfiipatlir oman. ami of
I .1 L.r.fn iu raira 01 Urtilllr ami want of
TOO" a turn in inp tliiPlii. iour, iriuj,
UVMW K W. WOODWAKH.
o. Jma Ti.ompaon, Chlpf Jurtlce of tli Hn
ipraa Court ff pnii)lnla!
Phlladrlplila, April i, Wr.,
ll.i.n.nii' Oprman HHtera h Talua-
radkiM mraapa of attarka of IniliiPtilon ur
t Ipppala. I can errtifr Itiia lrom my pxppii-
p of It. Tour, wlin rr anp.
JAM
pet.
(ME8 TnOJU'iON.
, n. litorta lirwoou, Jiltucuui in .luprcmv
jurtof rfnyiTniai
Pnilaili Ipliia. Jiiiip 1, IM,
bait found by axopnenoa Ibal lloonu l'
'rmaa BIMpra la a ipry Ko4 tonic, tpIiptiuk
' prptie symptom aimoai uirecuj.
. m. j i I'L-ounL' uiiiuau'rmii
, Wm. V. Itoipra, Major cl ihc City of Buf.
. lo, K. T.s ..... ...... j ik,,.
lajfir viutr. ouiiwuihc .p-.'.
harp uatd HooHncd'a Herman Ultlcra nod
( lie Id rrry lamily during tn pat year, smi run
ominend them a in icelleut tonic, Impart-
tone and rigor to in system, turiruavnas
q produclWe of decidedly Unerlolal etlepta.
1. James M. Wood, px..Mor of Wllltainiport
..-! riln.nrA iii rprnmmpndini Hoof.
I? Pa Qarman Tonn to any one whx may be !
I d wlih Urep-ps n. I had the Dyspep.in so
I' My It wal linjio.albit to keep any loud on my
1 1 nub, and I lTiiie so weak a. out to be able
walk ruut a mile, mo ooiuea oi ionic i'i
ed a perfect cure. JAMES M. WUOI),
i waMCUtlM-riliat HooHand'a Uennan Hitlers,
( Hoorland'a Herman Tunic, will cure titer)
lof
pi
l l A RASMUS. OK WAMTINO AWAY OK TI1K
1IOHV.
hli mmWr that lloofland'a Hprinan Heme.
i are I ha inediolnerf ynu'reqnire to purify the
iod. einni' me inrpni Hirer w nraiiny hciiod
It to' enable joii to p rutciy Hiriuti nny
1-1 dhipa nn cajwurr.
UK. IIOOriiAKD'N
O DO PHYLLIK,
. Or Hubilllule for Mercury Pill.
0 PILUS A lOSE. The nioat powerful, yl
lanOCCUl, 1 I (t'inuiu tuiiin(iiv nii"n n.
La not necpry to tkt handful-ol there
IS llw ....... .k.l..l...l T.nnf th.m
!i?otind powerfully. rleiiniing the Liter,
' ..I. '.ml H.iwe a. or HI impur iiea, ni
fi...i i.orpdient Is Podonhllln: or llie Alco
ki.ract of, Mandrake, which is by many
t iTnra noweiful. acting and narchlng, than
MjidrK' ! pullar aotlpti l upon
. with all tit power of Mercury, yet free
11 all th Injurious reaults attached to the use
. i .... - AioatiiiiBT il Rurrum iiutii an umitu'
VdVv.isaes In which llie use of a cathartic
!J1""V..V. i-hpv NkVK PAIL.
B T f Lltsr Complaint, liytpepsla, and
s, or Tonic , riivwp. . -v4t:ViT..V."-;Si
5litla. The ionic enpwi n. wim.i
li . ud tb sislP m. The Uitteis. or tonlc( pu.
Is hw,'Wooel.'tiTBltnB IBB wtna,
i U ilu Lltf r, ,g'T trengrb, tnerjy nd
Pi ti .1. .llvp with the Pilla. nnd
S'wpjowt mit.... or Tonle. and
Vmmanll.li (
Ice you lonwe swijiuibh i j
!.;.'. vuwanaa h inakea a larser vrofit
It. These remedies will M tent w txpresa w
-1 i m,,j i . . . - .
i localllt uiion apolitaiion to the rKinoirAK
r. .... a. -it'DUilU u Irlllf 'I IV1 M. niiikp;
' !;,.r.'i .":.;.: '.r.v.r r1
ITKKCTlt rmiunuri.
i; II AM. M. KTAMNi 3Parl)Ur,
KormerlrO. M. Jackson Jt Co.
and do not allow the druCKlsl to
THE BULLETIN.
Pnhlleaatlan OMrr, Riillrfln HiiIIiIIiik,
lil(HITNIN(J.
JIONtJH TO (INK OF ITS TAMKKS,
lllf. MOIMK HTATIJTK AT .VKW YOltK
J'KKCIIKH 11Y aOVKK.SOK IfOPCMAN, TIIK
I'OKT IHtrANT, A.MiMAYO.'t HALL.
Tho American, Krnnklin. eiinlurcd llie
lightning, anJ Moro, stiotlier Amerlcnn,
harnccd It; m.tl now, bofore JIomo lin
ptd to lit iicciiiuit, liU fellow-citizens
i.ro doing him honor and hailing his n one
of the fow Immortal nuines tlmt wire not
barn to die. A tntuo crccto I to his
honor in Contrnl Park, Now York city,
was unveiled on the 10th Inst., in lliu pres
ence of fifty thoii'atid of hi louiitryinuii.
Oov. HoU'iiiuii pru'iilcd tind tiludu u lirlof
Introductory speech; nnd, nner the cere
mony of unveiling tho statute, introduced
tho poet, Mr. William Cullen JJryimt, who
delivered tho innugural uddru-i
.Mr. llryuiit sum tliuru nro two lines in
tho poems of Dr. Johnson on the vanity
of human wiahi's, wliioh Imvn panful into
proverb
"irt nations, alouly wlaa und neiiiWJU't,
Tottirleil luetlt ralo tlmurd) bu'l.
It is cur go il fortune to tauiie tim cen
sure In ttioio lines. Wo come together
on tho occasion of racing a stattio, not to
the ImrX'd, Lut to living niyrit; to ivgreat
tlWcovercr who jet sltb umong u n wit
ness to lionoro which are lint tho first
fruit! of that ample harvest which Iii
memory will gather In tho long train of
t'H'ons et to come, l ut wc cannot con
gratulate ourselves on having el mi ox
ample of alacrity in this manifestation of
public gratitude. If our llluUr.cm friend
to whom we now gladly pay thru honor,
had not lived beyond the comiiiou nge of
men, wo should" have rorrowfullv laid
them on liis grave.
.Mr. Ilryaut then gave at soma length
an account of tho lifo of l'rol. Morse, and
continued as follows :
"It mnvbe aid I, know, that tho civ
ilized world is u rem! v lull of memorial'
which sneak the merit of our friend and
the grandeur and utillity of hi inven
tion In every telegraphic station i such
a memorial ; every tucsfugc sent from one
ofthee stations to another, may lc count
ed umoni: thf honor aid to lilHlnntne;
evcrv telegraphic wire strunit'froin.. pot
to po"t. us it huuia in the wind,, murmurs
his eulogy; oery sheaf of wirtujlaid
down in thu deep sen, occupying tlio'liot
tom of louiidlets nbyises to 'which huiuuii
tight never penrtrnted, and carrying the
electric pulse, charged with it. burden of
human thoucht. from continent to con
tinent, from the; old world'tff thf new. i a
testimonial to hi grcatm. Hut our
national intinct nre nut fati'tled. Il i
not tho name of the benefactor merely, it is
the petson that we cherish, and we re
quire, whenever it Is possible, a visible
presentment of his face and form to aid
us in kee ttig the idea of l.ii worlh Li fore
our mind." We insist upon fee
ing the form of that brow be
neath which an activo rctlce-,
creative brain duvlsed the mcc!mnim
that was to subdue the mo;t wayward of
of elements to the tervlcu of tuaii, and
made It an obedient me'e'iger; wc require
to see the eye that glittered with a thou
sand lofty bopi when the ureal dltcovery
was made, nnd lip- thatcurkd'wtth atmife
of triumph whin it became certain that
the lightning of the clouds would bi-come
tractable to tho mot delicalo touch; wc
demand to ieu the hand which first strung
the wire bv whoo means ?the slender cur
rents of electric fluid were taught the al
phabet of every living language; tho hand
which noitited them to the snot where thev
weie to Inscribe nnd leave their rncsiaccs.
All this we have in the'lUtuto which has
this day been unveiled to tho eager gaze
of tho public; and the artist has so skil
fully and faithfully fulfilled lm task us to
satisfy thoso who arotho hardest to please,
n a the most intimate Iricmu ot the orig
inal. Long may it be, my friends, very
long, beforo any such resemblanco of our
illustrious friend shall be needed by thotc
who have tho ndvatitngu of his acquaint
ance to refresh his form and bearing as it
exists in their minds. Long may wo keep
nrncng us what is better than the statue,
tho noble original. Long may he remain
amoii'' us in healthful and serene old nc.
Late, verv late, mav He who Lave the
mind to which wu owe the. grand discov
ery to day cummcmotated, recall it to His
more immediate preience that it may bo
emploved in a higher sphere and in n'still
more LeneHcial activity.''
At tho conclusion of Mr. lirynnt's ad
dress, Hon. A. O.ikoy Hall, mayor of New
York, received tho statue, and said :
"i..lthou2h Morse lives, New York en
shrines him. She eomtnemorates him n
tho scientific associate of her departed
Fulton, whoso statuo must before long
front yondir observutory heights, over
looking the rivers tltst conquered by
steam. One middle state loves to remem
ber how her citizen, Franklin, modestly
patted tho portals of tlto tcmplo of electri
cal science; a southern city, how her citi
en, Whitney, developed tho cotton eir-
piro; a western city, now ner cuicu, .ut
Cormick, presented to agriculture its gtea'
cst boon, and udjuccnt cities gratefully re
call how their citizens, .Morton and .lack
son, blossed humanity, and how Kilns
Howo lightened tho toil of tho poor. 1 ho
renins of these Americans changed tho at-
mospnore oi social uio which now is inn
in nnv respect the same as it was to elder
cener'atlons of this union. Their gonitis
" . ... ... . , , i i. ...
blessed food, raiment and locomotion, but
Hew-York I chooses moro proudly ami
gratefully the thought thai the genius ol
her citizen, Morse, put nil thosu
Invention into world-wide service
and is In fact bringing together
all tho people who wtne dispersed
at tho tower of liabel. Thu city of New
York plodcos herself to the donors who
niako her trustee, to guard with pride thi
statue of her honored citizen of him who
indcod achieved eminence among hor nrt
Itls. and won respect nnd love in her so-
cial life, beforo ho, was awarded those
special honors which tho civilized world
now rondera him and which this day' cor
omonlcs have so upproprlatelycmphntir.od.
,v letter was received fr0m president
Orant regretting his Inability to bo prw
nt. The remaining exerci-es consisted of
the Invocatory prayer byjitev; Stephen H.
Tyng, D. I)., and th'o singing of tho dox
ology by tho assemblage-' to tho nct'ompnn-
imont of tho band,
Legalized prostitution appoars to pay iu
Ht. Louis. The Times says that during
' . .1.. .t. I... i.. i.;
me nino monius mu inw inn uu-.u m
fcrce the clerk of tho board of health has
paid into the city treasury S'iB.Ou'.i. derived
from tho enforcement of tho rules. Do-
ducting tho exponscs of tho board of lioalth
ror tno entiro year ana mere is toiv a oai
laqceof nearly $12,000. It is estimated
that tho rotutns froifi this source of rev
onue for the year will not fall short of
$40,000,
Ho took her fancy when. ho' camo
he took her hand, ho took a kiss; he took no
notice of the ihimo that glowed her. lwppy
cheek at this. He took to coming after
noons: he took an oath he'd no'er deceivn;
be took her father! silver spoons, nnd filter
TTTE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JUflE 14, 1871.
HOW A PKM.-6.V PEKt.S WHK.V filtOWXI.Sn,
iomo extraordinary mental phenomena
occur In drownlnir. As soon as resplrn-
lion is tusiicndcd by the indrawint; of
wator Into the lungs, consciousness Is
Immedialcly cxtlnguishod. From all that
can bo gathered In regard to tho action of
tho htnrt, that organ probably acts feebly
considerable timu after tho function of
respiration Is suspended. Uy Its muscu
lar forco arterial blood is driven onwardly
to the head faster then tho veins bring ft
back, and consequently tho mind is plun
ged, as it were, into n profound sleep, for
lots of couciousnc results from a sudden
apoplexy indued by an extra accumula
tion of blood in tho delicate tc.xliticof tno
brain. Then thfkiiultutions cf tho hoarl i
slot), then tho tension ol tlio muscles relax;
and if no efforts of resuscitation uro made,
vital heat diminishes L-rmJnnllv. and the
chingo Is an expansion of compressed
gatses iu the cavities of the body, duo to
tho fast process of oliemical decomposition.
If tho body however, i recovered immed
iately, oven thottzh resi tratioii and circula
tion aroquieicent, il Is pyssihlu to reestab
lish tho movement 1 tint ltmii. by artill-
ciul inllation of the lungs vigilantly roll
tlnued for a long while. The trial is not
always suetoMful, but so encouraging
that the prospect demands thu Utmost
peiseverntice. With the revived action of
Uio heart, the moment tho lungs begin to
take in oxygen from tho nlr forced upon
them, 1 fu begins to return. ,So It Is admit
ted by physiological philosophers that thu
soul is won bank, If it had gone, In tho act
of restoration; cr else is is morally certain
its departure at death is a gradual process,
which may oe interrupted, and reimprn
oned in the brain bv human efTort and
skill.
(HIT i:TKIIIUI8K.
I.KliAl, IvNTKHI'KISH.
$100000
0 I FT FHSTIVAL,
In alu or a Public Library,
AT OMAHA, NKHHA.SKA. .
o.n.v uo.non tickktk ix am,,
.Iunf. :$(). 1871.
Tlekrta Two Dollar Kuril-Unite One
lintl r swell.
sssTTlua entprnrup Mill be condiH t'd In a nrc-
cipt pimilar inatiupr to tli it of llm late nrai.il
fl ft Conpert of tin- Mereamili Library Aocin.
lliMi,ofM.iti Kra.nci
i. irlneli zsro such iiiiltpra!
iiiitiii'iiiin.
OneCIinnre In P,i rry Thlrlj -p:pjlit.
I r.ah Hilt Io.l'd
I '.h (iift IS.mi
I rah I, i!t lo,i0
I i a-h (!irt .. f.,i
I f'aih liitt S.ll"
I d'U mil 2,oii
I Ca.li Uifl - I,i'
I rti Cin i.na.
t t'a'li liift !,'
I t'.h (iifi 1 .
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at !b Hlfi., it. t .-ni'l joe
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lisi Ca.li fiifia, W eai-h :),ii
IWI Calll(l, ei'h... .. 2..VO
niHa.1 Httm, In each i lili
HICii.i Hift. en-li . fi,uu
li (iiftp, mu.. nutiu to. .Si,i'U
Whlihuill be ili-tnbu'i'd hy tbrucr aniorx Hip
tick.t holder-, by the Mntiul Aid A-rociation ol
Umalia
IHritlv l M It. llrn.'k, t' f. .Mar-hoPa oft'tcp.
Umah u K..r .ilirl.Lio, uti, Union l'"itic IUI1
roml ottlcp, Dinaba; J. Tiiiner, I -jnty II. H. tar-
hl, ilinahn: J. Iiojl, I'o.lottlpp. Omaha, ,pt.
mUc A. I., itartpt, MnirnillR. III.
Hood rponibefcitPui watitpo1. Libeialeom
lni.ion Minn cd. Kor full p:irt'i'i.':irs addre,
LVroKIIACO ,llll. tliP llan.aer.p
Otnnht, Ncora'L
mti:ms.
FOUNTAIN SCIU'HHHH.
Savks TIM K. I.AIIOK am. MONHY
ITS ADVANTACiKri.
OVKK OTIIKIt AltTICI.K IN V-K Knit Kl.oOK
ami housk-cu:am.ms, akk.
11 It furnolio Hft'pr and do. the . ti,l.binu
ami nioppini; at the .uue time.
Jl 11 Hill do It- uork iu onc-f.iutth of the
time teqiiired In the ordinary waj.
:til-lt Mill do Iheuurk of th -crubhing l.ritah
p. that cni7" cent e 'li.
-till It w .11 "Hie tlie pr. e nt it-i'lf tuicp a yrar
in tiroom.
.1 1 la It t.ll not rai-e adtt-t.
Illl 1 be ruliiKT i'iiii b" rei.l tee I for I 'M! :.
7tli The head I malleable Iron, Hid ill U.t
h llle-tinte.
sih -If jntiulsh to ti? a mop, rir ( Mb, to dry
tin' eoiiieix, remote tho tin, nud inen yoiirclo'.li,
ati I you line ih.it mlilitlnnnl udv.iritagi .
l'.V KItY FA M I L yTsTOKK. SA I.OO.V
IIOTKI. AND STKAMIIOAT
SIKU'LI) USK Til KM.
1 mu prepared to furuinh thoiii In .nmle iIospii
orgro, on hott notice. Addre
miiVllm WM. 1IK.NRV, Curi), III.
NS.SII lIOLDP.lt.
DOrilLK-AOTING WINIWW I.('K
HI.
IIOLDHIt.
SASH
TIIK OVI.V
ItKI.IAIII.H
PAT OfT.
ItKIU.l.HKlMKIt A:
Kt.i owners of the Terril hip of the Slnlea of
lillnoi, Wuwii.tn ami Iowa, and
Agent for nlhrrMale.
QesKKAI. OKKICK HO WASI1ISCIT0N-S.T.,
CIIKMfid. ILL".
1CK OIIF.AM HAI.OOX.
LOL'IS NASSANO'S
IG!E CREAM SALOON,
C0MMKHC1AL AVKNl'K,
llrtneeii Hot enlei'iiili hiiiI M;lieelili
( Klrceu.
rnilK HAI.OON l.aa been hainli.oiiiely lllte ftni
.1. and will I hwiy. ajlppl) Hie li fl
Ice I 'ream,
Citkep,
Cl.Ilfi-i'tlillis,
l.linoil.lile,
utul r'nda,
To be fiimid an) nhfje in the city,
FAMILIKS Oil PAKTIKS SIM-PLTKU
ON SHOUT NO'l'IOK.
I1ASKI PSTKVT
MIN'llOW
CIIAHTKR OAK.
170,95-0:
SOLI) HI.NCB THEIR 1NTR0DCCTI0N.
The mo.t Surcpfnl, Popular and Perfect
COOKING MACHINES
Of the period, nre our welbknovrn
lloin of the 'liiiplpstcohatruetion, ateaarily
managed an I gusrantppd to gite
KNTIHK SATISFACTION.
VH no article In the l.onplold has greater to.
rluencr in nromoting the health, comfort aa4
liaiipilie. of the fsmlly circle than the Cook
Mote, it I economy a well as policy to gel the
tery l.el ; and in bu) in the Charter Oak you caa
relycn fptllng the mw pucceaa'nl, popular and
perfect cooking aloteeter made.
KXCKLSIOK MANITFACTUHINO CO.
OIU (lift N. Main Hlreel,
Nl. aVanlei MM
AMI Al.t. I.IVK SIKRCIIANTH I.lt.K
Cwlrss, Illliawle.
HANKS
KIHST NATIONAL BANK
V CAIRO,
HAMLI. lU'KH, PrtsidPBt;
ItOhKHT W. MII.LKK, Vlpe-Hreildenir
t'-. N. Ill'iillfi, t'ahler. '.
COLLKCTIONS PROMPTLY MADE;
l.tXCIIAMIK, coin, bank note and I'o.ted
lit f-tal teciitltles bought and sold.
Inlrsl Allowed oat Time Deila.
entkrpri.se savings
S'ltHrlrresl .Sfstreh .11. IM(t.
01 1 II I l
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO.
A. l)..SAKF()KIl. Prpsidenti
M S. TAYLOR, Vlie.l're.Ment!
W. IIY-l.Ol', pTtarr and Tresturer.
nisriiiia:
P. W. Uaui it,
K. M. .tim ki i. rn.
It. M, fllMMlIMM,
Ciua, tltiiunta,
ruo.tinn,
W. P. HiuinaT,
.1. M. I'iiii 1 11-
llepovita of nny Atrtonssl Rs-ftrltrrslfi
vii s eniN rpwarat.
iN TKKK-T paid on d( po.lt at the rate ot six
percent, per annum, MhicIi Island HpUra
tmr lt, Intere.tnol withdrawn t added iinint.
diately lo the .rmci.il of the deposits, thereby
g'vlnij th in compound intcrol
MAHKItll WOMK.V AMI OUILPKKS'
IIEP0IT MONEY
u til if mi ohi; I tar, ct pnw ir.
MAY
ujtii ririi uifiurrs litis 1 1 uiu w as III SU p. (fl
and Saturday epnitiK lor BAVINO DEPOSITS
oiuy, i ro id 6 in e o nock.
aii!otf W. HYSLOP, Treasurer.
THE "cFt V N ATI ONaTT
ctiiio, i i.iii.voii,
CAPITAL
$100,000
orriri a t
W. I'. IIAI.LlIlAY, Prc-idenii
A. It. HAFKOItH, Oiihlsr;
WAl.TKN IIY-il.OP, Aaslstaut Cashier.
ftMT Taiii.b, llosiat II. CrtuvCHis,
H.-01'T WltlTI, W. P. Hiti.it-.il,
(Ho. fl. WlllUMMIN, ' HurHiN BlSP,
A. II. H.IMIHU.
t.acliuuKe, S'ulsi stud: I' MlSklea
Botlil UuUKbl sisist rsolet.
D
KI'OHlTrt rrclTPit ami a uvD-ml bnklf
iiiie.iui.iii nuiir,
i. Hi:WINU NACHIJir.
rA n'tkdJ ao'knts.
fjeventy-flte to two hundred dollars r taoalh
f5 evettwIiero.malB and 'ethalr, to Introduce tlio
Hcnulne Improved Cosanioulisiie Family HewiarT
Machine. This ma-ihlr.e, will atitch. hem, fsll,
tucK, bind, braid, cord, quilt and pmbrnlder la a
most superior manner, I'riee only $IK u','y
warranted for flte team. Wtiwill i-ay fl,l for
nny mw hlne that will sew a ttroiiK'r, loore l-eaii.
Ilftilor moi e Uliu seum than ours. H loakeatli
LKIiiMlIn Ixiea H'ltcti Rrerv e.'OOd S'ltChCall
Ui m I. utul still Die cloth oaunol l pulled apart
without tearinifh. We pay agents ttt toJJir
mnnlhiiiidexiienaes, or
a eutnnii"'on inn, wuhh
tW'ee that amount can be ma lt.
For circulars
a'pl irriiiK, apply iu or aititresa.
f luiU-FILS M IX)..
.tiiHorin.i.iilpai lTilalslnhla. Pa.
f . iirlntl I)r. not lia Imiuul
rn.tleainlmlnK oil worthle cast Iron maohlnca
under the same name or olhtrnlse. Oure lathe
only tri-niiine lino remit" ITH'MlLai i nespiiinri
LOTHIXl,IIATH
1871 ?
SUMMER.
IS.A..A.C WALDER,
KKKPS (OSTANTI.V OS HAM),
Ji. T , THE LOWEST CSH PEICES,
-I
The Cheapct and Hct
.
READY-MADE CIX)TH1N(!,
oknts nmsiHiiiNo goods, hats, caps, hoots, shoks, vwr.,
COHMKR or MIXTII.NT.
CAIHO,
TJaRTirrJLAR alteatlon bald to ct.lptt fur
X of the best of material lle.l.
BRT-QOODS, 4'ARI'KTH, ETC.
Xm. fOSlMKRl'l.tl, .4 S f:IT.
Withes to call attention lo hi immpne -loekof ne in e.nou il.le
DKV-d'OODS, '
UARPKTS, HOOTS AND SIIOHS, II ATS ANI CAPS.
EVEEYTHIH& FEESH, nSTIE'W, DESIKABLE,
Drkss Goods
Nos.liia In gilk-L Poollna. Jananeae piillcs. Silk
e'c. American Black Hroe Hiain
lttattr Brand of
The lar)iPt aasoitmpnt nf
WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
LACE CUTKTAIITS,
Real tuasl Itatlttsll Ijsroa, ele.. -ever fTere! In (hr rlljr. Stn anil choice
tjt r rttv, sua! as rail Hate or SHI Clnlli. .tlHllliiic. Nlulr iirp
rimmm Bsr. Reels, lboe- anil Ilnl In arrenl tHrlet.t.
FAIR DEALINGS AND SMALL PROFITS.
"An caarmnatton of hi slock is respectlull) asked.
1'A.VK STOOKIXO BTOVEJS.
A'IC.VT rol! TIIK CKLKIHUTKI)
5 i
E R
1 1
i 5
1 k
WARRANTKD FIltST-CLASS IN KVKHY I1K--PKCT.
Wit HT'llOt'-iKKEKI'KIl ".il tllOff
ALWAYS RKADY,
ALWAMS
ItHLIA IILH.
ALWAYS
AND UNKQl'ALLKD IN THK l'KUFKCTION OF COOKINO A I'l'A HATCS
TEN" DIaFiI13IE2S,X
UK INHrRAJM'K.
i'nterkst-?ay7n
A new and notsl sysleui ol Lite taursnii te
centlt Introduced bi the
MISSOURI MUTUAL UFE
r nt. Lei'iN,
By this ayalem, Lile Insurance i furnished at
aa little cost as br the usual oluns. and the rol.
icy bol ler renelrea an anonal interest ot torcn
per cpat. upon all the money paid ey him to thi
uompaay , nia annual prPimum mil parrsnu
mm at uuvn a a govenime ni nona.
The plan lut. been thoropxhly ciitlciacf and
nuiy inaorse.1 uy ine moi eminent acinar''
and ekillful mathnnaticiaas In the land) indee..
It has not yet bpn the aitnjeel ( unhiiorftlle
ineatlon In any respectable quarter.
OrDre of Hie Ompant,
MORTHWKi'T CORVKR POtlRTII A.SI)fi.l I),
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ARTHUR H. BAUKKTT, .-resident.
Bknj. Vll.t.tAM'r, 'Stcrrlnry.
MISSOTJEI :MTJT-aA li
Rsaka high In the ll-l ol sound, thrift) Wci'ctr'
Life Corupaniea.
il naa sui.i rapnai i
It haa assets-rhiira than enouxh to coter 'it Iti
liabilltlet in addttio j to the capital
It liaa one hundred tlii ii.ii-.il iiniiara UeLiile.i
with theHLsleol Mlaaouri mi iiernelunl. mi ir.
aatte tolta nollcv hol ler.
II hM-coleplled.-fully Willi the new lawaol tlie
nuiie, woicn are quite as easxunK ana utore nul l
lyenforeni than those of KHstern Mtates, '
ii luteal-- us iubii-i in ine-vtesii aniunx ine
peniie rrmp wnoin itiey are receiveiu
Its maauteniebt laTlaoAmn alcllllul and t in
its atlnual taCome fiointhe interest nloie
alr-.ady.mers thanau&Vleat.lo pay Its losses.
It issues policies upon the ordina.) life and eui
dswmentflaatat the-sililie rate, a. other tlr.t.
class compaales. , , .
The aalioy holders reoelte nil the pfoMs )n .m.
nual liftedestdin, i 1
The stock. holders Can lecelte o..ly leu per
cent, of fntneat oojhsir ci.pil, by.tliv tt-im id
Theaauual diJ lde,ndf . tl) policy hbldeis are id
rtsdy ateater tharrraany eN KiiternL'oufpanle
have eter been able to pay.
The State of Illinois p.i4 last yens irbdiil fct.t
nlllleadollarafer Llfa-Iiisurani-e., . ,
WHr seas! so Uuek ubaev out ol t) b Hlale
away lu. (Sew rW anl Re w fcotlend tor u artlujs
tneiiBiaT tps prouiiceu iusi aaoiirap i luiiawty
st om-.7 r i ii-il t
WSMSat a S.WTt, ...
aprEtjawll AgeiaU wSValro.
rRIMTINQ,
SHUOU .XIO. work-priutin-i in many and
sad varied colors at one iinprpsmoii, i n the
tbi-ated elirorualui piess iee at the Hultetm
ink bHiiIIbs otRce. Thla la the uio.t lemaikaUe
fires, eter nntt-ij)i p...'.iu iw o
he woik, la colored printlori t tn ordinary
ireess'itnsrsoy Ttraucinf ine iusi ui uiai vimiiv.
ier of walk louer law rat.
.ijjl. . :
'ijRIMRtKR.
DINMNQ and rullug done In a first-claia man
JJ tier la the Huneim iiiimory
Thla ileoirt.
sot Is comolste, snd now ludv
raii-ird fin all
CAPS, KTC.
1871.
AMI OIIM-LKVi:i:,
ILLS.
WHITK hlllllTM in all ()lf mu.le, and mil)
a Spkoialty.
Warn. Mohairs. Lawn. i'i
I.aii, IVrcile, P. K.',
Bilk, am) a full line of. the celebrated
Pure Black Mohair.
7.
COOIECIISrGr STOVES
THK HKST.
ALWAYS TIIK CIIKAPKST.
SIZES 2sTO"W HEA.TJY.
iVf-WNIMPKItSi.
CUARLE3 A. DANA, Kdltor.
A Newspaper el the Present Times.
Intended for T-eopte Now on Earth,
IneludlBf Farmers, Mechanics, Merchant, Tro
fetalonal lltn, Workers, Thinkers, and all Man
ner of Honest Folks, and the Wives, Sons, and
Daughters ot alitueo.
OHXV ONE DOLLAR A YEAR !
ONE HUNDRED COPIEH FOR tSO,
Or lej than One Cent a Copy, Let there be a
.Id Club at every Tost Office.
HnMI-WEEKLlTeiUJf, ti A YEAR,
of the s.irpe size and fencral cluractcr as
THE WKKKLr, but with a" (rreatcr variety of
inlscellaneoasreadlntr.and rurnblilDg the news
to m snrjscrlberswlth irreatcr freshness. hceau
It comes twice a week Instead ofonru only.
TIIK DAILY BUN, 80 A VEAlt.
A prclmlnontlv readshlo newipaner. with the
larircii circulation in the world? Irep. lade.
bendent. and rearlma la politics. All the news
rroin evrrywherp. Two cents a copy t hy rualL
30 cents a moatE, or SB a year.
TERMS TO CLUBS.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY HUN.
Five copies, one year, separately addressed.
' Four Dollars.
Ten copies,- one year, tsoaratstr addressed (and
aa extra cop) tothecettcrupofclaoi.
f.int J'onars.
Twenty coplci, oaa yesr. scparatclv addretied
(w eairacopy ki ine geitpr np or clnb).
riueen uauara.
nrtr copiw. one rear, toons address land the
peral.W etkly one yesr to sitter a p eretnb),
Thirty-three Dollars.
Fifty copies, one year, cpartlelr afldrcsied (and
tho fci-ml Wrcklyoooypiirto-retterarioreiuM.
Tblnyllvo Dollars.
Una horulrid coplts, one year, to one addrets
(and the Dally for ono yeur to the Better nnoi
'"). Vlnr Dellara.
One buodred coplrs. one year, separately ad.
dreised (and the Dally for one year to tlie irelter
PoloO). WUtr Dollare.
THE- HEM ! WEEKLY SUN.
Five copies, one year, separately addrcs ted,
Eight Dollar.
Tea copies, one vesr. separately addressed sort
.an extra copy to getter up of club), t
' ' ' HUtecn Dollar.
MEND YOCIt MONEY
riFost Oflce 'orders. checks, or drans onVstr
. srk. wherater convenleat. If not, men rosiuet
IMIeltlrs oontalDlng mouey, Addrist
I. VT. EJSOLAKD, Publl.bsr,
bun oface, .New Turk CK.
THE CAIRO UULLKTl:
WeeisilF Ettllluii,
li llitl chespesi paper pill.lli-lii-.l Iu tlie stMe uf '
j tirnoiF, niiusiioiiiii i it reau in eiery lamuy in
"Kypl." It Is ofti red nt the ry In -rlcoof
ONK DOLLAll I'KR AN-NNl'M.
The 11 nl It-1 in will relvocaln the iiiu,-lU of the
democratic party, ami labor xealouslv to mfiiio
lnU tlie org-ml wtioti the enlbiiaiasm w hieh In the
"nlan time" o olteti itiwe the uoveiniiient Into
its hands.,
Alltlia latot news of thu day 1
A caretully prepared aurli-ullural column ;
'l l.u uuwa ot Houtheru Illinois ;
The freaheat market records :
And iivervtliinK Interettinit
Will be found la the Cairo Weekly lllilletln. F.v.
cry persoinntereateil in the welfare or houtlieru
I'lMioi noin..i ir.r m miio
-VAiSWti
420 North Eighth SL, Phllad-u
DoWiiiis
Vegetable1
A color ntid tlrcsstng that will
not burn the hair or injure the
hoSd.
It does not prodoco a color
mechanically, as tho poisonous
preparations do.
It gradually restorca the hdLr
to its original color and lustrt,
by supplying now life nnd vigor.
It ciutac-j a luxuriant growth
of soft, fine hair. '
Tho best and safest artido
ever oftercd.
Clean and Pure. No aedimeni.
Sold every whcie. r
ASK FOR DOBBINS'-
A ISOOK KOK THK MILLION.
.MAUHTACJi:
(IUIDK.
A Private Conns alar
to the Married, or
ttioip about to marr
on the physiological
riiyslprietnn'I re relation a of the sexual s
lyatem,
.1 nr..
wim ine iaterdiooverie In produchvr; mn
tenting ntlirliif, preerv(n tnecompleuoiiusM.
I hW I nn lnteretlnir work nf two hunalppHan
twnty..rour ptges, wltn numerous enirravinirs,
find contain valuable information for those who
are unmet or contemplate marriage i still It tea
honk that uiialit to he undpr lock and key, snfno
laid careleaily aliout the hotiap.
Sent tit any one (Irep of pntnp) for fJ cent.
. Address Dr. Hutta" Iiltien?ary, No. 12. N,
F.iRhthMrept, it. Loula, Mo. '
rsotlce to the Alltlcteil and Cnrartunate,
Hpfiireoprlylnt' to the notorious Quacks who
n lrprlle iu Ineptildie papers or usimr any Qnack
remedies, peruse Dr. Hutla' work, no matter
what )ottrillene I or how deplorable your con
lltion.
Dr. llutl can lie conuIted, personally or by
mnll, on thedlee.e mentloneil In hit works.
Otnce, No. li N. Elyhth ttrept, bet. Market and
Uhpctnnt, rt. l.ottis, Mo. my'Jdwly
IIALKN'S IIF.AI) DISI'KNSARY.
KtbllHhe.l in UV) aril chartPred In 1I, fortlte
treatment of all
DLSKASKS of a I'RIVATK NATURE
A curp guaranteed in every cae.
FOHSALK:
i)i:v:i:s FKM.tr. k kkhitlatoh.-i
roa levin
U'aiMnted lo reinote oUlruallon, etu.
PiIjp, .' ppr b it
X-AIo. a full
aportiiiviit of Itan Jain. end.
.prior oualitv of Male r-heatha: .
Trup i and a tipe rior '
il lorin-(lp one, 'l per hair dcr.en, or a, per
ilotrn
A MKIHI'AI. I'AMPIILKT,
Hontiii nln an ehiiiorale treatie on the above dis
ease, miiIih few practical remark upon 'file
cait.e, etreet and treatment of the same con-
laming w inrro jw;; ami cm ana engravings,
thou tnc thn liittertnt ttasea, etc. -
Sent In sealed wrapper ou -cceiptof S cent. .
Addleat
HALF.S S IlKAll IHBl'F.NHARY,
Fo. t. West Jetterson-st,, L0UI8TILLE, Ky.
NATl'ItE'S OKKAT l'KSTORATIYE.
SCIIKETZ i?
CKLK IJHATKD HITTER CORDIAL
WIIOLKStLE DKroT:
N. V. I'HHNF.R FIFTH ANtt HACK STS.,
I'lillmtelpliln, Vn.
JOHN .-CHKET, tOLK PHOPr.IETOIt.
It I. a reliable Family Medicine, and can U
aken by either infant or acutt with thn samebeea
ticial result. It Is ncertaln, prompt and speedT
emedy tor diarrhea, dysentery, bowels complied
dyspepia, lownest of spirit, falntlncs, sick
ttomaih, headache, etc. Forchillaand lever ot
all kinds, it la far better and safer than rjumine
eithout any of In pernicious etlccts; It effects
an appetite, pi oi es a powerful dieestor of food
aad mil counteract the etlects of llrpior In a few
minutes. Aa inditpuUblo evidence of He medi
cal nronertlea. wo nnr.end a few of the manv cep.
tldcatea la our lioascasion :
Johnon's Depot, East Tean., and Va. B. U.
. run.
Jacob Sciiextz. f!nn.I).arfltpi r A th.
Bitters 1 haro obtained from von. nn.l '.ml emm
to bo all ther arc recommended to tm. 1 rvinn.l
ono botllo to attord me considerable relief. I feel
as thousli I cannot do very well without them, tu
ray present state of health.
ii. .r..ior,. laasouiniitn si., I'nua.
PaMor llaptitt I'assyunic Church.
Sold by W. P. Allen, M Main street Dubuque.
octlOdl
MAYNAllirs
STAB BITTERS
TIIK HKST TONIC IN IJSKl
i sm nam: iiy
l's. I MAYXARD, I'KOFR
3PIrJCX,SS1TJEeC3, 3? -A..
unca oi J, S, D0BBTM3,
mm
The smptomtbo
I i liver romplamt.aie
i 1 1, I uneasiness and pl '
J Ol.V.MO.N i in the aide. Some
I i times the pain. is. Ju ,
. . - - - the shoulder, and la
nilataken for rliPiiinallsm. Thealomachleaftect.
edwith lo of upH'e aickness, bowels la
cpneialcostlie. ometlmes alternating with lai.
The head I imiibled with pain, anil, dfull, heavy
se.ikttlon, considerable
I ) lux of memory, et)0Cl.
( 1 ,1V 1." It I panlfd with painful sen.
, iiitj.it , aation of having left un.'
( I done something which. ,
ouuht to have been done
Onu complaining uf weakness; debility, and low
spirits, botuetlrnes, some of the abuve ,s)inp- ,
tonia atteud the dlspiise, and utoih(rllineever)'
few of thetiij but the Liver Is generally the orxau
most hivolied. Cure tho Liver with
Dk. Simmo.nV
LIVF.R U Boris AT. ,0 8, '
A preparation ol roots and herbs, warranted to
bo strictly vegetable, and can do no Injury to any
one.
It hat been used by Iiuudrode, and known,,
llie la.i as years an one or tnemoii retiabja.
carious and harmless preparations ever otters
me iirterinK. n niaen reguiariy ana per iiivjiiy
It It sure to cure, ' - - - -
. , Djspepsla. neadaehe, ,
j 1 Jaundice, costiveness,
i 11 i'i in I s'im I alckiMMMiwlchrt)-Bio
, IVhUL liAlUlt , dlanliosa, aftectioni oi
f the bladder, camp
draenlery, aie;tloaa,
:)rthekilue)'atletcr.ucrvouanest,ublllt.ditea l J
of the skin. Imnurllv of the blood. nitUncholv.
or depression of spirits, heartlairu. colic, or peio
initio oowpis, pain tatiie head, lever a4 tcua
dropsy, boils, pain In the UMkaudllmV,Maijiit,a. , .
eryalpelas. feinsle attcctlons. and bilious disease '
-(ouerally. R,
1'ropaie.t only by J. II. Xettls tk CaXo).
truitltti. M kr.oa. iaa.
For sate by Hstoley lln.tliers, Ohio Lte
JlUIgilU

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