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JOHN H. OBBRIjY & CO., PROIMUETOKS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
Oorernor. JohnM Palmer;
Lleutenant-floveinor, John Doughcrly I
Hrerrlnryof Stale, Edward Hummt-I i
Auditor nf Hlali, 0. E. Lippln'nlt
Hlnl Treasurer, K. N. Hates j
ftiipt. Fnbllo Instruction, Newton Ilaloman,
rVnators l.ytunn Triunbiill ami Jolm A. l.ogsn.
Krpresi'htnlite fur the Statu nt forgi -Waney.
Hiprrseniatm- Xtitrlfftitli District John M.
1 .M KM HERS GENERAL ASS KM HLY.
Rcuatnrs, Hi Dlstriet-T. A. E. Holromb, of
I IT.,.,,,, r.ml W U. I..r..iri. fll ..JUalill.
Representative, lt Iltrlr t 1. Vtataan wenu.
Judge 1. J. llakcr, nf Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney I. V. MiC.vttliey, t
,1 ( ircult Clrrk-Jno. (J. Hsrman.
rjlifnfl -A. II. Irvln.
Judge -F Ilro.a.
Aasoe.stes-J.IE. McCrileanl March Idon.
Clerk Jacob (I. Lynch.
Coroner Henry (Jo.smsn.
M UNI CI PA L HO V K UN M EN P.
i Mt)or John M. Ltnsden.
( jinptro.ler-t- A. liuruett.
Clerk -Michael Howie).
Wurahsl Andre Ualu.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Msgntratep K. Rro" and It. Nhah-
.j. Police Conflablea jomi nin sriso uay,,
Mayor John M I.insden,
Vir.t Ward -P. 0. Sihuh.
1 hconu warn i. " """
' rri.l.. tL'.r.l Inn. U Mill.
Fourth Ward Hla.it To lor.
City at Large W. P Halliday od 1'. Hiii.I.
HOARD OK ALDERMEN,
llwr WARD-Jatne. Rrarden,
.- ECUNDWAHD It. l.cuuiiiugii.ni,
I, F.. Ruder,
( Henry Winter,
'MRU WARD Wm. StrKtton,
"bURTU WARD James Carroll.
. TVme of Mitting.
The City Council meet" In Joint nlon on
e.I.l.a .nlni lirPilllU lllf first Mllll.IlT of
TheE'lKt Council mton Hi'- tint W.-1 Dec
ay an l niuriMUy. """fl Momhy In
I The BoarJ of AlJermcn mrel en the n r-t
i inn.it .nd Tiif.iliT in errrr month.
1 COUM1TTKES OK TIIK COUNCIL.
fl. Ktr,l SIPt.ru. lTIr. .lunri,
" i r..l.,n1mtl.i.lri.H.liUli. I ltZ!f-r.
t ifravuigz jk"i.i i-1
I. rm. i..... Wnml. rnniilnohlin noil hlel.
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JU l Jaa-Mrmrp. Carroll, nmicr an.l
1 n J . Mi.ai.ri. Kf ariicu.DitRtiiv RU'I
; .. n.L...k U nU an.l Kigali
a iiuRi! .....
Ua..aAa f fl I IT)1 1 .
Preachlns, fabUth at 10' , m., ami , r. m.
Prayer mee tinx, We.lnt'J.iy t H r. .
lulenJcnt. Ittv. u. li. ooii, ruier.
Prenchlnp, Hablth WA "i aI"1
U I'rayermeeiiPK. euncuaj, r. .
WUUuay rsjuooi or. ... r'i"''i uui'i
lutcniletit. Her. r l..Tiioiro, ranior.
' ...... m.. AKmnn i r.Til?Ltf I? I T l'.,:.......n
Morning pra)er, HaMialh PiJi a. m.
Kenlngcirayeri 7J r. m.
Kal.ln.th .School, 9 a. m.
Ilev. Ma. Coax, Hector.
r, PATRICK'S C1IUKUI1 'Mr. ninui n. win
'.. ... r. i. u.t LI ...I 1111. . u
I UUIIO Dervico, nauuuill c-j au'i .v,-. . i.
Ve.pem, 3 P. m.
ItCV. P.J. O'lAM.0RtN, I'riest.
- IIRIHTIAN-KlKhtecnth mreet.
Preachinx.HitbalhlOjJ a. m., miJ 7i r. m.
Rov, J. Friend, l'aktur.
Ij ISSION SUNDAY 6CII0I-In the Chn.tlan
I'l.iir.-I. riul.lonlh Hl.oi-t. HntitiAlll hVIIOill ;l
J. II. Run, Superlateodent.
f OUN0 HUN'S OHHISTIAN AESOCIATlON-ReR-
ul.tr meeting .ecoiul .Monday each month at Ihe
' Weekly Prayer meellnK, Friday, 1i r, m., at
the rrayer room oi uio i-renuyicriunenurcii.
( u. I aron., 1'retl'lent.
FRICAN M. E. Fourteenih St. hetween Walnut
V and Cedar.
I Pertlces, Bubl.utli, II a. m.
. .. .1 i . i f
elinuay diiiui, y .
U Preaohlnx, r. . Rev. W. H. "u&w Piu-tor.
Second free-will. haptist Fifteenth si.
a. I, el ween Wnlnuiann i.e.i.ir.
t pervitin t
.. 1.. .1. ny ....I 'I .
Her. N. Kiraa.riiMor.
REE-WIM' BAPTIST HOME MISSION tUN.
DAY SCHOOL Corner walnut mid Cedor Stn.
I .. i..n.hAnlDl. u
HIST IfMlvii. iiii" " " -
Services, Sabbath tl a. m., !l r. . nd 7 r. m.
Mn,e ' Rev. Wm. Kturv, Plor.
IR8T MISSIONARY 1IAPT13T CHURCH Bet
ween 10th and lltli streets, iifar Cedar,
Pleaching Sabbath 10M a.m., mid 7J r. M.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday menlng.
uhlnff. Friday evening.
aM..iiiS.-hool. IK r. . John Van Ilaxler and
Marv Stephen. Superintendents.
' Rev.T.J.eiioaM, Pualor,
J. GEO. STEIK1IOUSK, .
Cor. Hlh.l. nutl t'onuncrelnl-nv.
4-Clcan Towels and
mmi o.iu." on, I rhllilrcn'a hair cut and Hliatn
,n..i niii.ni.ut iha ahoii nr at tlielr own homes.
M..il.m.. ililiVra anil hair lived In I
OT uwiiisiiiviiiin.i""-..- - - , -
liSIltlnC IllMlDCr. siliiac!!on Runraunvu.
IIKI.MIIOT.II Jt i. i .
CATAWIIA CIIIAI'K I'ltl.1.
CATAWnA nilAI'K 11 f .I..
CATAWIIA (IKAI'K. 1'll.l.x. -CATAWn.V
I'ATAWMA nilAI'K l'II.I.H.
I.'ATAWIIA (IIIAI'K I'll.l.".
SARSAPA 11 1 L L A
KI.UIK KXTKAf'T J'AlfAI'AKII.H.
KI.UIIl KA'TKACT KAIb-AI'AltlLt.A.
" KI.UIII KXTIiACT CAr.AI'AKILI.A.
KI.UII) KXTIIAIT SAItAPAItM.I.A.
KI.UID KXTKAt'T CAK'APAUII.I.A.
KLUI1) KXTKAIT hAK.APAKILI.A.
IMiltirY Til K lll.WOD.
IIKLMIIUI.b'r FLUII) KXTItAIT rAU-ATA-nil.I.A
Ciir'i nll Eruption" of the Skin.
iiki.miioi.ii'k ruviu kxtkapt iauai,a-
Cure Urn worn.finn of Illood Iii.ea.-r-.
HEI.MIIOMl'fl FLUID KXTKACT -AK-AI'A-IIII.LA
I'.ntrrK heatiU Into llie Cliculalion of the
II KI.Jllidl.il A
HrailllfieK the Oinleiion.
All I'od.-r and,oiitard application lolrov
the nkln, ri ii'll r ug II harh and rore. Ijxtk at
the Akin of old mli n. ti.ow who liaieiu-eil
rurl, uny Knu'li "f lime. Ili-ontlnue thrin,
UK.LMIKJLI) S LU1I KXTKAirr J.liSAI'A
KILI.A. Onu bottlo l qll.il in atrength to o.i gallon uf
ineyriip or iiiimioiih n iiimi) inaiH ami
a ulue.iciAi.1. added to a pint of water e.iuaU llie
re'.lTate.l LISirl'jN Kil.'l' DRINK. Trj It thin
way. A drllKhtful beverage.
llr.LMHOI.il' li CATAWIIA OT.AI'K PILLS
HKLJIHOI.D'h CATAWIIA OltAPK PILLn
A pleaant, Kafe nod ngrcealtle Crttlnrllf-.
II K.I.M HOLD'S CATAWIIA OltAPK PILL
Unedln 11 atlrt'lioiiM wheiea Purgalne Medlcmo
IlKI.MIIOLD'h CATAWIIA OKAPK. PILLh
llrmle.i to a child, and taken by children.
HKI.MllOI.Il's CATAWIIA OltAPK PILLS
HuinTneile Magiie la, Sail" and every other Pur
HKLMIlOLIl'li CATAWIIA OltAPK. PILL,
CertAln in ellet'l, and plennint in operation,
II K.I.M HOLD'S CATAWIIA (JUAI'K PILL
In not a patented Pill.
1IKLM HOLD'S CATAWIIA (IKAPK PILLS
ArcroiMHin'il ol Catavtlntirnpe Julte ami Fluid
PurchaxetMo liotlleA of HELMHOLD'H SARSA-
PARII.I.A and out- Ux ot 1'IU.s-uorUi their
weight In gold.
no tietier iniehtment can to maue lor no fine.ll
IIKLMHOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT 1IUCIIU
Ha. acquired a world-wide Lima.
A LL of my prejanitlon are meritorious. A
A period of tweuty years haa proved thla to be
llie ce. ..
See reinRrkamadebTlleniamlnTrau'iw, r.u.
C. M. Speaking of ttioM ilieaie, and ili.eje
nrliiug Irom ifiei oioeaa of mercury, he Malta
inai no remeuy ia euuai io inw nnwi m onni.
III. .. .......... I. ulr...t..llr i..i- innrn.ntlim
Mtiy oilier ilniK I am acquainted with. 111-. In
In the atricteUenc, a tonic, with thla Invaluable
attribute that It In applicable to a Mate, of the
lem .0 sunken, riml jet hi irriiaiiie, a. ren
t oilier aubulancea of the lonio clan, muvail.
nlitn nr Inllirlntm.
See Hr.M Altlva Ot tllO (iUliA I Cll K.1IIS iTS A1U
PILL MEN OF AMKIllUA i
Wm. R. Warner & Co.,
IS North Third Mreet, Philadelphia, Pa.
Ksteemea irienu i congraiuiaie you on
having tho handnoment and at the aame time Die
Mo.t EtTeCtive Pill that 1 have ecr known for tho
purponea Intended. WM. K. WARNER A CO,
. H.T. Helinbold will remark, inconclunlon, that
LI. r.m.,11.1 urn lhA rimlt of lorn and careful
atudy. The Fluid Extract have been before tho
mbtlc twenty years. The sale or litem in ttuii
Inn nrnvna .li.ir valna. All havo been bonetlt-
ted bv them who followed mv Innlructioit'. mid
toiiay iney stand uneqiialiea in uie exieni. oi
i.ir nam. anu iinsurpaBSeu or any nieuiuauiruv
In the Dlapeniatory of the United htatef, not
exceiiting alnglo Herb, Root, Plant, or Scicif
I'harmaceiitical I rlalm all iiilnolo be, and ltao
tn ' f, sinnie ono;.
TO UlHDCl aOV llntll-nuulnn . 1 1 .n .I...I
mignt exist in the mlnda ol many against, my
preparation, from the. publicity g ven through
advertising, mid that I m nmi jlu7. l(,cn R ,tu1,.
gist for n period of twenty years, uml moreooii
clusively topraVH this se
, , tenor loni the nrgeat
.nnnururtlirinL f.liemfutM it. il.u u...-i.i . "tt1
I am acquainted win: nir. h, v, i . niU.l.i lm
.. ....... ...... i. in.pt
occupied the drug store opposite my residence,
and was successful In conducting the btmlness
wnviu u.iit-in nun nut nvrii eiiiRiiy ao neiore Iiim
I have been favorably impressed with his charuc
ler and enterprise. WILLIAM WKIHTuan
nrm oi rowers wigiuman, manulucturlnu
chemists, Ninth nnd Drown alreetn, 1'lnl.nliU
ALL STAND ON TIIK1H H.glTSJ .
Tho Pill I havo thought of otlering to Uio alrlio
(n.l fur f.n VAflrn.
They are now perfect, nnd I shall stake my
nine, money utiu isuiu uu tuei. t-uw.nt-uuw,
Tin. invltlniratvle in which the Dill itself ia made,
tho bottle, label. wipper-all Ihow with what
eare liter nave oeeit prepareu. Aiier bahuhui.
lion, no English or French preparation will show
0-rnnter eare. anil I am reallv lirotld of them.
Instead 41 the nauseous. looklns. carelessly
prepared Pills vended ueqerally, aud put up In
wooden boxes, ami made (.tnetuuy, or onerei:
by tho.o hav.ng r.o experience as physluiant
aruggista or manuiaeturers or meuioint'., let
the medioino ottered by your obedient yeivant,
II. T. llELSIHOIiU,
Crystal Palaca Drug Store, No, 691 Ilroadway,
Palace Pharmacy, Oilsey House, Droadwny, ttnd
Twenty-ninth Mrcet, New York.
Temple tf Pharmacy, Continental Hotel, pliili-
dslrhlai and No. liH8oulhTen.liatiHl.PhiU
TIIK IXAUmJKATION OK (JOV
KKKOU WKBTON AT CONCOKD.
STATK AND NATIONAL ECONOMY
THKTHIJK IJASIS Of TUB UNION.
TIIK IOWA DRMOCItACY.
M KKTI NO OK THE STATE CONVEN
TION IN I)ES MOTNES.
1 A UALA Day I.V CONCORD.
J'o.vcohd, Juno 1 1. Tliogaliilay of the
N;w lJuuipslilro k'iiiocracy commenced at
sunrise by a ealulo of thirty-four gum.
The sicinl train of twcnty-llvo car over
tlio Concord road urrivea nt 11 twn. In
cliargo. of (Jcncrul UonHliue. brintrlng
Uuv;rnor-lcct eton, the Amosteng
veteran, General Head, commander of the
Head, uuardi,. the .voluntary iiillItMrv or.
gntifzation of Jfanclicfter known us the
Mieridnn unrds, and n largo number of
others. Tho nrrival wai greeted by n sa
HECKITIO.V OK (iOVKU.VOK WKSTON.
Governor "Weston was received at tho
depot by Governor Stearns and other dis
tinguished pctsons, Tho legislature, hav
ing met, took a recess arid proceeded in a
body to the depot, wtiero n procession was
formed which escorted the governor-elect
li the Capitol.
Gcvernor Stearns then delivcrod his val
edictory fiddrf", after which Governor
Weston was inaugurated and read his mes
sage. GoveritnrSicnrn", In his valedictory,
gives u fiivorublo account of tho material
loturetU of Urn slute, and expresses tho
hope that, under tho blessing of divine
I'rovidcnce, tho industry, intolligenco and
virtue of the people will continuo to in
crease, nnd that through the influence of
religious and educational institutions we
may perpetuate love of freedom.
OOVKIINOK WK..-T0.V , INAUC1UHAL AlKSSAOK
states the recolpts of tho trensury for tho
year ntfl,18L',325j expenditure 51,088,3eC,
of which sum SU&.oOl was applied to tho
payment of the state debt. Tho governor
suggest u more moderate, taxation for
meli payments, and an appropriation for
tho purpose ol n sum equal to tho interest
on tho debt and $100,000 of tho principal.
Thogovcrnor condemns special legislation,
counsels prudence in tho administration
of the state and national flnnnccs, and on
UnllUAAl. ri'l.t. ?.,
spends ns follows: It is tho occasion of
congratulation that tho union is restored
and that all citizens are entitled to protec
tion in tho rights guaranteed by the con
stitution, nnd it behooves all to endeavor
to cultivate tho.o relations of amity in
which Uio union had itt origin, and which
must bo fully rcitored if wo would roalizo
tho obvious advantages tho union was da-
icncu to secure. Hownvor diverse tho In
terests of different sections of tho country
mny nppear, nicy nro really identical, ana
THE UTMOST HOPE OT THE UNION
wilt novcr be realized until wo feel our
selves to be ono people, and until W6 aro
equally careful of tho good name, nnd
equally jealous of the rights of nil. Let us
cherish witli care nod stead v devotion to
tho union, aud all thoso sentiments of
fidelity, cburity und brotherhond, which
alone can make the union ble-scd.
ftor the delivery of tho rnessaco of
Govornor Weston, tho legislature not be
ing in working conditio!), adjourned till
10 a.m. to-morrow.
THK IOWA DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
Dks Moixfcs, Ia., Juno U. Tho demo
cratic stato convention met in this city at
11 o'clock to-day. Tho attendanco was
tho largest tho pnrty over bad in the
A PKKMA.NKNT OKOAN1ZATIO.V
was ellectcd, with U. Y. Montgomery, of
l'ottawattomie. as chairman: V. V.
Gardner, of Louisa, nnd T. C. Walker, of
uavis, its secretaries, mo lollowinc com
mittee on resolutions, was appointed :
A. 0. Dodge, of Des Moines chnirmitn ;
Charles Mason, of Dcs Moines: E. 11.
1 haver, of Clinton ; M. M. Haydon, of
Dubuque; .1. U McCormack, of .Marion:
1). O. Finch, of l'olk : nnd H. IJ. Wilson.
THE EVENINO HKJSIO.V
was cnlled to order at 2 o'clock. The com
mittee on credentials roportcd fifty coun
COMMON 5KNSK IN THE ASCENDANT.
Followine tliis was a lencthy dobuto on
the manner in which tho committee on
resolutions was uppointod, Judge Clnggett
moving Unit tho committee) bo enlarged.
This was tlnully tabled by it voto of 188 to
64, which may bo taken its it victory for
the now doparturc.
Waltlnc lor tho committee on resolu
tions to report, tho convention took re
cess of hnlf tin hour.
Tho Hon. A. C, Dodge; from tho com
mittor on resolutions, reported in tub
stance as follows: Tho amendments to tho
constitution nro recognized ail tie facto a
part of that instrument; favoring stato and
local self-government; demanding univer
sal amnesty; demanding mo repression or
Itwless conbinations by statu authorities;
denouncing tho San Domingo Job; de
manding n turifV'fbr rovenuo only; de
nouncing tho federal administration for
its extravagance of tho people's inonoy nnd
its general corruption ; denouncing tho
banking systom; demanding it, reduction
of stato aud federal expenditures, und tho
collection of tho internal rovunuo by the
stato authorities; rejects tho idea of re
pudiution ; favors tlio taxation of railroads;
nnd, with tho watchword of reform, op
penis to all tho people to aid in obtaining
relief from tho grlovous abuses which
wrong and oppress evory ono
Tlio resolutions were adopted unuiii-
mously without dobato and the conven
tion proceeded to nonilnato candidates.
J. 0. Knupp, of Van Huron countv,
was nominntoJ for Govornor by aeclamtt
,ini. ,?V' ""'"i of tho Dubuquo Hor
aid, for J.loutenant Govornor, by acclama
tion; h. W. Mumm, of Loo, for superin
tendent of publio instruction.
For Supremo judgo, John S, Duncomb,
of Webster, was nominated on tho socond
ballot by a voto of 121 to 102 lor Waltor
J. Hays, of Olinton, nnd tho nomination
was then .mauo unanimous.
Tho Stato Contrul commlttco was ap
pointed, nnd John 1. Irish ro-olected us
Tlio convention then adjourned.
Did You Ever? "No, I novcr," saw a
more cozy and completo bnrbor ihop than
that of Anthony Eschbach, one door be
low the poH ofllco. The room has been
newly papered, tho floor newly covered
nnd the whole establishment put in first
class order. Eichbach Is ono of tho most
experienced, skillful and accommodating
barbers in tho Stato, employs courteous
and expert assistants, and keeps just such
a shop ai citizens nnd strangers will take
a solid satisfaction in patronizing.
Fred. Dlankonburg' saloon Is newly
and elegantly fitted up and supplied with
tho finest wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc,
that can be found in tho city; and Fred.
Iim no superior as a dispenser of delightful
beverage. Do not forget tho placo, cor
ner 14th street and Washington avenue.
The kouso heretofore occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Lcvoo between
Fourth nnd Sixth streets. This house, if
not the host busino house is certainly
ono of tho best standi in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing and is
near tho Illinois CVntral railroad depot.
Also the second floor of tho same building
suitably arranged for office!. Apply next
dcor at Robert Smyth & Co's. wholesale
grocery store. tf
True. There can bo no doubt that
Hauglt is, par exctllence, tho boot and
shoemaker of Cairo. He challenges com
petition In his trade, and aisures tho pub
lic that he will guarantee to his customers
satisfaction. His shop is on Eighth street
near tho corner of Ohio Levoe. tf
Avaunt, Ixdiomtion. Tho Charter
Oak Stove is tho most interesting and im
portant feature in tbo family economy;
for it fills tbo bouse with warmth tho ta
ll o with good cheer, and prevents that
dreary n.pect and Indigestible meals that
bring sourness of temper, discomfort and
Great Excitement. Tho city has
been agitutcd during the past week on tbo
subject of the excellent St. Louis Beer,
Weiss liccr, Ithino Wine, and splendid
cigars for sale at Charley Schonemoycr's
saloon, li is Weiss jjcor is becoming a
popular drink his Khinc Wine is the
best in the city, his St. Louis lioer
always ico cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located at tho corner or Tenth street and
Washington avenuo, whero all lovers of
uood things to drink should call.
The Fenton Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner nf n i-' -
and Twentieth street, is now In charge of
Mr. M. D. Uuntcr, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invites the at
tention of the public to tho fuct that he is
now prepared to furnish dealers and fami
lies with the very best nrticlo of corn meal.
Orders left at the mill or sent th'rough tho
postoflico will receive prompt attention.
St. Nicholas. Day bourdcrs can se
cure good accommodations at tlio St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) nt $4 per
week. Tho houso is nt tho corner of Ohio
lovco and Eighth street, a central location,
and is proprietored by Hnny Walker,
who it alivo to the wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at the office.
AlbaU. The barber shop of Wm. Alba,
on Commercial avenue, near tho corner of
Eighth ttreot, is tho place to which nil
lovers of a good, close shavo with razors
sharper than tho wit of twenty Jorrolds,
wind their way. tr
Meat. Tho Dranch meat shop of James
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocery store of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, and this pop
ular butcher is supplying ull tho refined
meat eaters of that portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you havo
not tried him givo him a call. tf
Last Chance. The time draws nonr.
Socuro your tickets in tho Grand Gift
Legal Festival In aid of a public library,
at Omaha boforo you havo to pay a largo
premium. It is said to bo a grand sue
coss. Everybody is confident it is con
ducted on tho " t quaro."
Keep uool. Refrigerators, Ice chests
wator coolors, I X L ico cream freozera
bath tubs, japannod cloth for window
screens, etc., otc., nt
HEEUWART, ORTII & CO.'S,
my!8tf 13C Com. Ave.
BKTHESDA MINERAL SPRING
OF WAUKESHA WISCONSIN.
Tnls water is th oukiowledged cure of the In
tractable and incurable diteose known llrliht
disease aud diabetes, , ,
Bright' disease I fatal to the kidney, the body
watte away, destroy tile by starvation of Hi
Lhuoete commence with fioquent desires to
pass water, great th r, constipation, lost or
.trmiirth anil Mnah.
Astonishing cure of dropsy have been etlected,
brick-dust deposit, lutlauiation of the neck of the
bladder, alkali, and g.iuly swellings, lor the
liver It Is tii'turrassed. It will allay all innama
tionol the kidney and urinary organs in twenty
four hours, glvine Immediate n-lfrf: also a scar.
let fever It prevents the kidney froincoiigcstlnE.
and removes all traces of ulbumcueri'i. It will
give relief in all ca'es ol high fever.
EDWARD DUNBAR. Eiq..
(leneral Agent at the Bprings, Wuukesh. " is.
Render, If you are afflicted with any "f the 1''
guing dl.eoses, writo to the undersigned. Ills
advice will cost ynti nothing he can by cliemii'itl
analysis possess hliiuo'ful a clear kiiowledso or
any individual case-no tattler ol Imw long tlsnd
Ing. His wondorful dlseovery-Uct!''lMlDl!r1
Water-is a positive remedy for the foregiqug
ailments. It li nover failed to dowliathiiclaims
lor It where over used. Tnlswuttr has tu same
good cried at 'he remotest part of th ountry,
that It ha at the Springs ; It usver loses a rani
calof its medicinal qualities by package or frans
oitatton. Directions how to use the water and
c rcnlar will accompany eack psosage oruereu
Addrt. 1 'RICHARD DUN MAR,
an Pmn.iv.nl.,-.v Washington. 1). C.
Or Edward P. Dunbar, (leneral Manager at the
nptingB, vviuuesna, wis.
Agent wauled everywhere. jtiodJin
BATCHEIOaVM HAIB BYE.
This superb Halr.Dye nthe r.st mtaaWoaLD
Perlectly Harmless, Reliable and Insthanteooi.
No disappointment. No RldlculouaTinta or Ua
pleasant Odor. Tha genuine w. A. Bachelor'
Hair Dye produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid
lllatk or natural Drown. Does not Stain tho
Skin, but leaves the Hair Clean, Soft and lteatttl
fill. The only Safe and Perfect Dye.
Bold by all druggists. Factoi y 18 Bond Stret,
New York. lanylideodftwty
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
Y DR. J. II. SC'HKNCK, M. D.
Many aburaan being has paused away f orwhoM
dsatii there was no other reason than tha necleet
of known and Indisputably proven means of cure.
Thoso near and dear tu (molly and friends are
sleeplrur the dreamless slumber lolo wolcH, bad
DH. JO.IEPII II. SCIIF.VCK'H SIMPLE
and availed themselves of his wonderfully efflca
cMui medicines, they would not have fallen.
Dr. Srhcnck lias In tils own case proved that
wherever sufficient vitality remains, that vital
ity, by his medicines and his directions for their
vuiii quicienea into ncaitnrui vigor.
in mis statement mere is notni
tmius. To the faith of tha Invalid 1
representaUon that It not a thousand times snb-
u ! mmam no
suimiaiea uy jiving; ana Ti.iDte woras. ins
theory of the cure br Dr. Hchenck'a medicine
Is a. aimplo a. II la unfailing. Its philosophy re
quires no argument. It Is slf-Murlnf , Mir-con-vtnclnr.
The Sea-weed Tonle and Mandrake Fills are tk
Crst two weapons with which tho citadel of tha
malady is asaallod. Two thirds of tb caaea of
consumption originate In dyspepsia, and a func
tionally disordered liver. With this condition
the bronchial tube "sympathise" with tha
atomach. They respond to the morblBe action
of the liver. Here then comes the culminating
result, and tho setting in, with all Us dlslrt.s
Ing symptom ot
Th Mandrake PUIS are eomposad of on of Na
tnra'a noblest silts tha PodupuiUum Palutoaa.
They posses all the blood-searching, alterative
properties of calomel, but, unlike calomel, they
" LEAYK NO HT1NG BEHIND."
Th work of cure I now beginning. The vitia
ted and mucous deposits In the boweis and lo th
alimentary canal are ejected. Th liver, like
a clock, Is wound up. It arouses from It torpid
ity. The atomach acts responslvely, and tha
puuent begins to feel that bo la getting, at but,
A SUPPLY OF GOOD BLOOD.
The Sea-weed Tonic, In conjunction with tha
rills, permeate and assimilates wlUi tha food.
Chyllocntlon 1 Dow progres.lng without It pre
vious tortures. Digestion becomet palnleas.and
tha cur t seen to bo at hand. There Is no more
flatulence, no exacerbation of tho stomach. An
appetite aet in.
Now comes the groatest Ttlood Purifier vr yet
lvn by an InUuuent father to suffering man.
itvu vr an inuuif em lauier to suuenng i
ehenck'a 1'ulmonlo Hrrunmmea In in nr
It function and to hasten and complete tho
ocjicuiia. i uiuiunii
It function and I
euro. It anter at ,
It enters at once upon Its work. Nature
cm not be cheated.
lmpalrd and diseased portions of the lungs.
In the form of gatherlngs.lt prepares them for
it couect ana ripens ma
expectoration, and lol In a very short lime ths
maiaar is vanquisiiea, tne rouen inrono tnat It
occupied la renovated and inado now, and tho
forth to eojuy tho manhood or womanhood that
GIVEN UP AH LOST.
Thaiecond tlilnsr Is. the patients muat atav In a
KMWlM to prevent taking cold when th lung
rwn toui iuvt net went it is almost im-
asseauwa, out it muat du preventea or a core
r're.h ntr and ndtnif ont.
aapadally In this section uf tha country. In tho
Tall ana wtnter season, are all wrong. rnysi
dana who recommend thatcourao lose their pa
tients, II their lungs are badly diseased! and yet.
neatusa tne? are in mu uouav tuur oruva an
alt down quiet J liter must walk RlaiuLJLhajocsu
rCtf k coosl rtreultlnn of bliKxI. The patlanu
must keep in good spirits be determined to get
woll. This has n great deal to do with tha appe
tite, and is the great point to gain.
To despair of cure alter such evidence of Its
possibility In the worst cases, and moral cer
tainty In all other.. Is sinful. Dr. Srhenck'a per
sonal statement to the Faculty ot his own euro
was In these modest word, i
- Many years ago 1 was in tho last stages of
consumption! conflned to my bed, and at one
time my physicians thought that 1 could not live
a week I then, llko a drowning man catching at
struws, t beard of and obtained tho preparations
which I now offer to tho public, and they mado
a pcrlcct euro of me. It seemed to roe that I
rould feel them penetrate my whole sy.tem.
They soon ripened tho matter in my lungs, and
1 would spit up moro than a pint of offensive
yellow matter every morning for a long time.
"A. soon a that began to aubslde. my cough,
faver, pains, and night sweat all began to leave
me, and my appctito became ao great that It was
with difficult? that 1 could keep from eating too
much. 1 aoon gained my strength, and nave
grown In flesh ever since.
"I was weighed shortly after my recovery,"
added tha Doctor, "then looking ilk a mar
akaletont my weight was only ninety .seven
Kundst mypre.eut weight Is two hundred and
enty-flve (tu) pounds, and f or ycurs 1 have en
joyed uninterrupted health."
Dr. gchenck has discontinued bis professional
visits to New. York and llo.ton. He or his son.
Dr. J, II. Schenck, Jr.. (till continue to see pa
tients at their office. No. U North Sixth Street,
Phlladclphla,every Saturday from A.M. to 1 r.M.
Tho.o who wish a thorough examination with
tho llesplrometer will be charged (i. Tb He-
rlrometer declares the exact condition of th
ungs, and patients can readily learn whether
they are curable or not.
The dlraetlon for taking the medicines ar
adapted to the Intelligence even ot a child. Fol
low these directions, and kind Nature will do the
rest, excepting that In some cases the Mandrake
I'llts aro to be taken In Increased doses l tha
three medicines nood no other accompaniment
than the amplo Instructions that accompany
Ihomi First create appetite. Ot returning
health, hunger is tho roust wolcoma symptom.
When It conies, as It will come, let tha despair,
lug nt once boot good cheer. Uood blood alone
follows, tho cough loosens, the night sweat la
nbuted. In a short tlma both of these morbid
symptoms uro gono forever.
Dr. Schenck's medicines aro constantly kept In
tens of thousands of families. As a laxaUva or
purgative, the Mandrake l'llls are a standard pre
paration whllo the Pulmonlo Syrup, a a euro
of coughs and colds, may ha regarded a ajro
phylacturlc ugalnst consuaipUoa In any of It
i-ncu oi too
drake Pills, zic
auts and dealer
i'rico or tbo Pulmonic Byrup and Baa-wood
ooitie, or iuxi a nail aosen. . Man
I cents a box. ior sale br all drtui-
HOUSE MOVER AND BUILDER
la prepared In do all kinds of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
RKi'AIRINO OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
hi Til V MUHT KI'.WINAIIlr. TKRMS,
ORDERS If It at tho residence ol Mr. Kennedy,
on Center street, next dnor to the new school
hoi'se, cr addressed to the care nf P. O. Box IIS
or the lliilletln oitlce, will receive prompt atten
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ment Is complete, aud now fully prepard for all
Kinusoi woik in mu mulling uue,
A. WADttYMAR, M. D.,
PrB1.C.,N,Enruou n4 AMouhenr, formerly
of Anna, Cnioa county, Illinois, has tlr.
niaoeallylocated la Calrbmivmm4rC"T
aveme, lweB Eighth and. NlnthttteSiT, West,
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RESIDENCE corner Ninth and Walnut tts.
Of.ce corner Sixth street and Ohio lve.
Ufilca hour frota 0 a.m. to 1 J m., and 9 p.m.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
T ESIDENCE No. 21 Thlrleenlh ntr eat. lie,
t tween Washihgton avenu and Walnut street.
umce izo commercial avenue, up stairs.
H. WARDNER, M. D.
T)ESlI)ENC-ornr Ninteoth street and
lb Washington avenue, Cairo. Ornce on Com
marclal avenue, over pottoffic. Office hur-
from in a.m. to to 11 m., (Hundays excepted,)
..... ,,u.l, . ,u t .111.
ALLEN, MLTLKKV & WHEELER,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen,
John H.afulkey, . CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
SkarPartlcuIar attention pnld to rlvr snd ad
OFFICE ROOMS 7 AND 8 WINTER'S BLOCK.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William B Qdbart,
'V'SpMUl fctttittoQ glTen Iq AdmlraU tad
" t LSVafiV wUllUrPI.
OFFICE OHIO LEVKE, SOOklS 7 AND 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL SANK.
s- . .
O Q Q
93 m m
CAIRO CITY COAL
I prepared to supply customer with tilt bt
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS Uft at llalliday Bros, office, 70 OHIO
LEVEE, or at the Coal Ytrd below tha St.
inaries Hotel, win receive prompt attention.
THE Till! " MONTAUK" wlllbi
ring coal along.
tide steamers at any hour.
LAND FOR TnE LANDLESS
HOMES FOR THE HOMELESS
ONLY $1.25 PER ACRE
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
TASK TUB CAIS Or Tilt
LEAVENWORTH, LAWRENCE AND OAI.VES
TON R. K. LINE
Frum Lawrence and Kansas City aud visit there),
brated O.age rouulry,
The Garden Spot or Kansas.
rODNDRY ANB MACUIIK HHOP.
I. it E. GREENWALD.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron "Work.
No. 248 East Poarl Street,
Hoard ami Tuition, per annum 1226 00
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
mvuviiTto h, a, u, raixra aithv,
Hoard and Tuititn, par annum ...tttu 00
Prcstdent-The Very B. V. I. Helltnuth, D.
For psrlkulatt, apply to Major Event, Loudti,
GBOCBBIFJt AND BRY GOODN.
NOTIONS, nOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
Has Ju.t received t heavy stork of Boot anJ
Shoes, Hosiery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
H also has a fine slockTof Family arocrltof
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND CUMMER
GAS I ITT EH.
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED FROM PERRT HOUSE
HRICK UUILDING on SEVENTH ST.
OPPOSITE WINTER'S BLOCK,
HE ha greatly Improved bis stock, and has
now on hand all kinds of
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To the lowest living figures, and he invites th
patronage of the public. ,
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
CHAN. GAYER A CO.,
KEEP constantly on hand the best of beet,
pork, mutton, veal, lamb, sausage, cuddlag.
tc. Fresh white lard In any quantity, cornod
beef, etc., always on hand.
Orders oromntlv filled, and satisfaction warran
Butcher and Dealer In all Kisitla Freah
Coaira NisrictKTH axd Povlak Strut,
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
UY8 and slaughters only the very best cattle,
nogs ana sneep, ana is prepared to nil anv
u iui jrenii meats irom ono pounu to
pound to len
CARL L. THOMAS,
I prepared to do all kinds of plain and orna
KALSOMIKING, PAPER HANGING
SIUN WRITINU, ETC.,
At figures which defy all competlpn, and In the
highest style of the painter's art.
SHOP IN TJIE PERRY HOUSE,
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AVENUE AND
BEAL ESTATE AGENT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
71 (second floor) ohio levee,
Buy and Sf.li. Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
And prepare Conveyances ot Kinds.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM". JOHN GATKN, Proprietor.
IOC Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with ths but ot
tables ; and bar supplied with wine, liquor
and cigars of the finest brand. ,
Corner of Washington Avenue nnd Fourteenth
r. ULANKRNBEBG, Proprietor.
ERED HLANKKNIIIfRO'S saloon is newly 111.
ted up, and in the moat elegant style. It I
supplied with the finest wines, liquors, beer, a),
gars, eto., thttcsn be found In the cily. Do not
forget the place, corner of Washington avenue
and Fourteenth street.
3 J 2 IP Xj DEI HOOKS,
Cor. I'ourteeatb HL aad .
IlTZOERALD'fl pample Room, are ttocked
. With liure lmnnrlA.1 win.. l.n..n. .i....u
?4 "'"dispensed from the' bar in flrttlat
...,1",0, ,,no twi'er establishment In South
ern Illinois, and none better ttocked. Call and
test the various brands ol wines and liquors.
JOHN HYLANDS SALOQN,
Corner Tenth Nlreet aatl Coiaiacrelal
A vest He.
PERIOR liquors, beer, le, etc., and bacraot
aiway on naau, I nos urrrOR de-
IlibtlillbeVHrage should not tail tocallaadaniov
....... ,1 in i . . 1 . . i ! - -
ner thtt will warrant a return. All hit liquor.
.it-,,,, n.. .,.it wauu. win uw attaaoi vv tm m man-
n... m .v.m.m. u alia .iiiuuta,
wine and cigar have bean ltal-wlttx grtat
care and critical taste.
SHROMAT1C work printing In, many', ami
and varied color at ono luipreaMaa. tn th
bratad ehromatla iprvta dona at La lBaila
I ivu prmtiag uraue. t ni i tna most raaaMawaata
Ire vr invtnwa.as n uariortn ia otMS.day
. na work, ia colored piiaUng. tr lea ortiaitT
press, thereby rtxtueiaglhaeotl of that chai ait'
ler ot work to a very low m.