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To Debilitated I'ersonsl
To Dyspeptical To Hullerers from Liver Com
plaint I to those having no Appetite I
To tlioco with Droken Down
Constitutions!
To NertoiiA I'Got I To Childrin Wasting Awn I
Towiywlth Debilitated Dlgcitltn
Organs I
Oi NlllK-rlimullliniM or Hip I'ollow IliR
Nyinliii.
Which Indicate, Iiinomitnrti Livr.n ok Btimacii !
Such ni Con
rt 1 1 a II on , Inward
IMfs, Fulness or
llinml lo thn ll-nd, Acid
lly of Htomnoh, Nsiiica,
Itoirtiiiirn, Disgualfor I'ood, Full,
lima or Weliiht In the Htninsoh, 'nut
Kriiclhitions, rllnklny or Fluttering nt iho
I'll .r tho Hloinsch. Hwlmmlriir of Ihn Head,
liurrleilnr Difficult llrcuthlng, Fluttering At thn
Henri Choking or Suffocating Sensation when In
ii Lying I'oituro, Dimness ol Vlnlnn, Dots or
Wi bs before the Sight, Fever nml Dull I'sln
hi lli Head, Deficiency of I'crspirntinn,
VellowncssoflheriklOAnd Kyi", I'Aln
In Ihe Hulo. Il.vk Chest, l.ltnb.,
Mi-., Sudden Fluahes of llmi,
Hurtling In the Flesh, Uuri
slant Imagining of
Kvil, n.) Ureal
Depression of
Spirits.
HOOF LAND'S GERMAN HITTERS
-I Hitters without Alcohol or Kpiritt oj
tiny hind.
I IHilillerent from all otln
A ,''n l"lr" or VI
)er a and Ilarka, (.ir, aa rr
)t ' trai !,) Ihe worthleaa or I
others, ll 1 coiiiiwiaed of
Vital rrinclil ol Hoots,
i medicinally termed, Ks
r Inrrt nortions of the In.
Vtr lleols not being used. Therefore, In one hot
iih ni inn miters mere ii coniatriol an mucn
ini' licinnl virtue ni will bo lound In suverAl gs.
loin of iinlinArjr mixtures. The rools.elc, hied
In this Hitlers urn (frown In Uennsny, Ihelr vital
prim Inlet extractui In that country by n scion.
till.1 Liu mint, anil forwarded to lie manufactory
in I. a city, whero they are compounded and bot
tled OutAliiing no spirituous ingredients, ttil
llllla-m 1 free from the objection urged sgilntt
all otl.eis. tin desire for stlmultnls can be In
duced ini their use; they cannot mako drunk.
nrd,iind cannot timler any circumstances have
nny .n a beneficial effect.
IIOOELAND'S GERMAN TONIC
Wc compounded for those not inclined to ex.
Iri'ino i t, ', ami Is Intended for u-e in cases
li iio.ts" o iol e .unulunt Is reiiuued Incon.
lire o n it te ion'0 proiierties of the Hitters.
K n leoi e J'ojle contain one bottle ol
Hie II , lomo'n-il with pure Ht.VTA CltUZ
JlI'M, ii Mio.eil I.I such a manner that the ex
Irene ,. ei leas of the Hitters Is overborne,
loilnin a preparation highly agreeable anil
i.lesaai. lo.ie ..Isle, and containing the medic
rial v ura o. the Hitter. Tim price ol the
'i'oino 3 l 51 per bottle, which many persons
think no high. They mut take Into consider
Htlon 1,1 . t.ie stimuUnl u,id la guaranteed to !
fit pu o ruatily. A poor article could U lur
liiani-ilat chenper price; but la it not letter Ui
).iy a I le more ami hare a good article t A
ineilic ii piepiration nhould conta'ti none but
thn x nKie'lienti i and they who expect to ol
tain a cheap compound, and U) benefitted I.) II,
will mot certainly bo clicatfi'.
GERMAN BITTERS;
HO O l'LAMI'S
UITII
11U0FLANDS l'ODOl'Il YLLIN l'ILL
WILL CUKE YOU.
'I liey nro llic tironleil Itlnml 1'iirlll
vrs Hiiimvii
To the medical world, and Mill eradicite illeae
nriaiux from Impura blorxl, liebilliy of Iho
I!gi-tno Urgann , or Di"eal Liver,
In n ihorter timo than any
other known rem
CNlie. The Wholo Supremo Court of I'enn)ltania
peak for tnee remedlen. Who would auk for
tuoro dlgnllled and troii;er teitlmony r
Jlon.tJeorge W, Wooowam, formerly cruel Jui
lieeot Iho Hupieinn Court of I'enn) Ivatiln, at
pieaeut member ol Congri" from l'tnnijlva
nla, writes t
Philaddphla, March 1C, ISCT.
lllnd llnnHaiid'alitrmaii llitti ic u agoo-1 tonic,
ueful In dltat of the digetlte org.in", And of
lreat beueni In cane ot uebiiiiy
and UAnt
of
iienoui ru tlon In llie armem. l our, trill v,
OlIOItliK V. WOODWAIID.
Jinn, Jame Thompon, Chief Jmllco of the Bit
prcmo Court of iVun)lvan,A:
I'hilAdelphla, April 13, 1M7.
I romider Kootlmd'n (ieriuan llitleri a valua
ble medlolno lncaci of attai-ka of Indicc.itlou or
tlpepiA. I cad certlf tlilv Irom my cxperi
cneoof II. Youm, xllh renpect.
JAMI'-S THOMPSON.
linn, ficorce SliArwood, Justice of the Supremo
Curt of i'enntvlvpnlas
rtilladilphlA. June 1, 180.
I hao found by experience that lloofiand'
(iernun Hitter ia a very good tonic, relieving
ilyaH'ptlc aymptoni almoat directly.
HKOltOK HllAItSWOOI).
Jlon. Wm. I'. Kocr, .Mayor ol tho City of Ilitf.
f.do, N. V.i
Mayor' Office, llullalo, June i2, 1WJ.
1 nave ued IlooHacd'a lierman Hitter nnd
Tonic in my lamily during tho 'Ul jear, and run
recommend them a nn excellent tonic, impart
llig lone and vigor to the avatem. Their ii" ha
been productive of decidedly teneliclal cll-cl.
Hon, Jamei M. Wood, cx-Ma)orof Williamvport
I 'a.:
J take great pleaiure In recouimoudlrjg Hoof
laml'a Uerman Tonic tu any onewhc may bent
llicled wlill I))Hpep"iii. 1 liml the HyrpepriA o
hidly It hai Impossible to keep any food on niy
Monmcli, And 1 IpecAinc o weak ai not to bnablo
to walk half a mile. Two bottle of Tonic ef
lejtcd A perfect cure. JAMES M. WOOD.
Itoinemlier that Hoollnnd'a Kermao Hitler,
nnd Hootiand'a Herman Tonic, will euro tvery
cn"0 ol
M Alt ASM US, Oil WANTING AWAY OK TIIK
' liODV.
Itrincmlior that llooflnnd's German Rente
dies aro tho medicine ynu renuiro lo purify tho
Hlood, excite the torpid Liver to healthy wilon,
nnd to enable you to pan tmtely through nny
hardships end exponurc.
IIt. HOOl'LAMI'N
PODOPHYTjIIIT,
Or Hubililutu for Mercury I'M.
TWO I'lLLS A DOrfK. Tho mfcat powerful, yot
Innocent, Vegetable Cathartic Known,
It IB not neccaanry to take a handful ol theee
l'llls lo produco tho duaired elluct. Two of llirin
i,rt nulcUy and powerfully, cleAnilnn tho Liver,
Hlouiacli nJ Howell, or nil impuritlea. Tho
urinclpal Ingredient la Podophyllln, or Iho Alco
hollo lixlract of Mandrake, which la by many
t men tuoro powerful, acting nnd venrching, than
tho Mundrako Itself. It" peculiar action ia upon
tho Liver, cloaning it speedily from all obitruc
lions, with nil the power of Mercury, yet free
IrOlll All llio HUUIIwua "mm v ,w mow
..t ii, a, itilnnrnl.
For All diseases in which the ttso of a cathartic.
H llldicattu, lliose piua win kivu eiuiru BuuaiM?
I,. .vr eaaa. TtlCV NI A'KH FAIL.
Incases of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, nnd
extremoCostiTeness.Dr. Hoolland'H Uerman Hit-
...a nrTnnin. ahould be used in connection with
the i'ill. Tho tonlo clleet of the Hitters, or Tonio,
builds up tho system, xno miters, or ionic, pu,
ii,.. l.lnnd. strengthens tho nerves, reg
tilntcs tho Liver, and gives strength, energy and
yjgor,
ftann vnllr ItOWClS ACtlVO Willi tllO Tills. Dml
lone up the system with Hitters, or Tonic, and
nn dlseaso can retain the noiu, or even assail you
iinnniio Hint it I Ilr IlootlAtid'a German Item
,iin iimt nro ao nnlvcrmllv used nnd hislilv
rccommondedi nnd do not nllow tho druggist to
in.inri, vnn in takn anvthlnir else that he lnnv sav
is lust as good, liecnuso ho makes a larger profit
, ,t Thaan remBdlea will be sent bv Kxtircss to
any locality upon npplicutlon to the I'HINCIl'AL
OH'IOK, at (ho OI.HMAN MKDICINh bTUHli,
031 AUOIl BTHEET, PlllLADULI'lUA.
CHAN. M. KVANN, Proprietor,
Formerly 0, M, Jackson A Co,
These Itomcdlea ara for o by UruRi-Jsts
eiorckcencrs, anl Medicine, u vn evcryviiiiru
THE BULLETIN.
I'lilillralloii Ofllrc, Iliillcflti lliillillnir,
WiiitiliiKtfiii A ven Mi1.
A KRAUI),
AflltlC'ULTUIlK DKNOUNCKD IS IIAC Y TIIflMS
"TIIK 1IASK1T HIAUDOF KAKTII."
A writer Iti thoClnclntinti Times, linvlng
perused IIorncoarcoloy'slKKjk tibout farm
ing, willi tlio ImiiioJIiiUicll'cct of bocomlno;
tntitlJIed, intliU llio fulluwinK, wliiohlio is
direful to explain Is "not by 11. 0.:"
Tito lininU fraud of earth is nurlculluro.
Tliodondllcat i'7f. rtfiMithntoverclitlorcd
to beguilo, nnd ilnz7,lod to botrny Is ngrl
culture. I ancuk with feclim? on this stib-
Ject,fur I'vo been glittered nnd beguiled,
una unzzicu nnu ucsiroyeu by mis mmo
nrch deceiver,
ISlio tins initdo me n tboiisntid prcmisci,
iinil broken every one of thoin,
Sho ha nroniiied mo curl v notnlocs. nnd
thu rain lint drowned them; Into polatocr,
und the drouth bus withered them.
oho hits tiromlsiid mo summer sotinshcs.
and tho worms havo eaten thctn, winter
squashes, nnd tho bugs htivoduvourcd them.
filiu hits promised churric", nnd tho cur
cullo has slung them, nnd they contain livo
things, uncomely ti the oyo nnd unsavory
to tho taste.
She hits promised strawborrivs, nnd tho
young chickens Imvo cnvelop'1 them, and
tho oyo cannot leu them.
bho has promised lomniocs, nnu tlio old
hens havo encompassed thcm,and tho hund
cannot reach them.
No wonder Lain killed his brother. Ho
was n tiller of tho ground. Tho wonder is
that ho didn't kill his father, and then
weep becauso ho didn't havo a grandfather
to kill.
No doubt his early roso potatoes, for
which ho nald Adam S7 a barrel, had been
cut down by bugs from the headwaters of
tho isurapnatcs. ins i'cnnsyivanin wheat
had been winter-killed, and wasn't worth
cuttlnc. His Norway oats had irono to
straw, und would not yield tlvo pecks por
acre, nnd his blacK bpantsn watermelons,
had beon stolen by boys who hnd pulled up
the vines, broken down his patent picket
fence, end written scurrilous doggerel all
orcr his back gate. No wonder ho felt
mad when ho 'saw Abel whistling along
with his lino French mcrinocs, worth $8 a
head, and wool going up every day. 'No
wonder ho wanted to kill somebody, and
thought ho'd practico on Abel.
And Noah's getting drunk was not at all
surprising. Jlo had becomo a husband
man. Ho had thrown away magnificent
opportunities. 'Ho might havo had a mo
nopoly of any profession or business. Had
ho studied mudlcino llicro would not havo
been another doctor within a thousand
miles to call him ,1auack;"feind every fami
ly would have bought a bottle nf"Nah,s
compound extract of Gopher "Wood and
Antl-Delugo Syrup." As n politician, ho
might hive carried his own ward solid, and
controllodilwo-thlrds of tho delegates in
every convention. Asa lawyer, ho would
havo been retained In every caso tried at
the Ararat quarter session; or the old Ark
high court of admirality. Jlut ho threw
away all of these advantages and took to
agriculture. For a long timo tho ground
wns so wet that ho could ruiso nothing
but sweet flag nnd bull rushes, nnd these
at last bocamo a drug in tho market.
What wonder that when nt last ho did
get half a tieck of grapes that wcro not
stung to death by Japhel's honey bees,
no should iiavo made wino nnu arowncu
his sorrows in a "flowing bowl."
Tho fact is, agriculture would demoral
ize a saint. 1 was almost n saint when I
went into it. I'm a demon now. I'm
nt war with everything. I light mysolf out
of bed at 4 o'clock when all my bettor na
ture tells mo to Ho still till 7. 1 fight
myself into tho garden to work liko a
brute, when reason nnd Instinct tell mo to
ttay in tho houso nnd
onjoy mysolf like a man. I
light tho pigs, the chickens, the moles, tho
birds, tho bugs, tho worms ; everything
in which Is the breath of life. I light the
docks, tho burdocks, tho mulicni, tho this
tles, tho grapes, tho weeds, tho roots tho
wholo vcgetiiblo kingdom. 1 light tho
heat, tho frost, tho rain, the hail in short,
I fight tho universe, and get whipped in
every battle I hnvo no moro ndmiration
to wiisto on the father of Georgo "Washing
ton for forgiving tho destruction of his
cherry tree. A cherry trco is only a cur
culio nursery, and tho grandfather of his
country kno'w it. I hnvo half a dozen
cherry trees, and tho day my young
Georgo "Washington is six years old I'll
give him a hntchct and tell him to down
with every cherry treo on tho place.
MODKS or SALUTATION.
Tho usual salutation at Cairo is, "How
do you sweat? 'a dry, hot skin being a
suro indication of a destructive ephemeral
lever.
Grccnlanders havo none, nnd laugh nt
the idea of ono person being superior to
another.
islanders near tlio riiillipincs tako n
person's hand or fcot and rub it over
their face.
Laplanders apply their noso against tho
person whom thoy salute, very strongly.
In tho btraitsoftho bound they raise
tho left foot of tho porson addressed, pass
It gently orcr the right leg, and tlicnco to
me lace.
Tho inhabitants of tho Thillipines lond
vory low, placinc their hands on their
checks ana rniso ono root in tho mr, with
tho kneo bent.
Tho Dutch who aro considered as great
havo a morning salutation, cemmon among
all classes "Smaaucly-keeien." (.".nay
you eat u hearty dinner.'') Anothor Is,
"lloo waiirt uwof " ("now uo you Bnu r ;
adontod. no doubt, in tho early poriods
of tho Hepublic, whon they wero nl! nuvi
gators and fishermen.
Somo author hns observed, in contrast-
inir tho hauchtv Sniiniard with tho frivol
ous Frenchman, that tho proud, steady
gait and inflexible solemnity or tlio tonn
er wcro expressed in his modo of saluta
tion "C'omeesta ?" ("How do you stand V
whilo tho "Comment vous portez vous?"
("How do you carry yoursolf?") wos equ
ally oxpresslvo of tho gay motion nnd
incessant action of tho hitter.
Xn somo tiarU of Africa a vonc woman,
an Iptended, brings a littlo water in a calti
basli, and kneoling down boforo hor lovor,
desires him to wash his hands. When ho
has dono this, tho cirl. witli n tear of joy
sparkling In her eyes, drinks tho water.
Hits Is considered tho greatest proof sho
cnngivohlm of hor fidelity nnd attach
ment.
An Ethiopian takes tho robo of unother
und tics it about him. so as to luuvo him
almost naked.
Tho Jnpanos take offa slipper, and tho
pcoplo of Arracum thoir sandals in tho
street, nnd thoir stockings in tho houso,
when they salute.
Two netrro klncs on tho coast of Africa
saluta by snapping tho mlddlo linger three
times.
Tho inhabitants of Carmine, when thoy
show particular attachment, Opon a vein
and prcsont their blood to tho friend as a
bejporngo.
If tho Chlncso meet after a long separa
tion, thoy fall on their knees, bend thoir
faces to tho earth two or thrco timos, and
uso mnnv other affected modes. Thoy
hnvo also a kind ritual, or academy of
bows, by which thoy rcgulatojtho numuor
o i bows, ccnuuoxions ami worus iu uu
snoken on cortalh occasions. Ambftssa
dors practico theso coromtnlos forty dayi
boforo thov appear at court. Tho com
mon salutation In tho southern provincot
of China, among tho. lower ordors, is
"Yfan?" f'Havo von oaten vour rice?"i
In Otahelto thev tub their noeea togother,
THE OAIRO DAILY
BEECHEIt,
HIS ADVIOK 10 A.V IIONKST YOUNO MAN
WHO WANTUD AN KA8T HITUATION.
Hov. Henry "Ward Uccchor, somo timo
since, rocolvou a letter from a young man
who recommondod himself as bolng honest,
etc, nnd closed with tho roqucst: "Got
mo an ensy situation, that honesty may bo
rowarded." To which 3Ir. Uccchor re
plied: " Don't bo an odltor if you would bo
'easy.' Do not trv tho law. Avoid school
kcoping. Kcop out of tho pulpit. Lot
alono nil ships, stores', shorn and merchan
dise. Abhor politics. Kcon awav from
Inwyors. Don't practico medicine. Don't
bo tt farrnor nor a mechanic: neither a
soldier nor a sailor. Don't study. Don't
work. ono of them aro oasv. O. mv
honest friend, you aro In a very hard
world I 1 know of bat ono 'easy' plnco
in it. That is tho grave."
WATCHMAKER,
I'KAUTIOA h WATCH M A K KH.
II. IIOUPT,
NO. 160 WASHINGTON AVKNUK.
CAIItO, ILLINOIS,
Has on Imnd
A FINK STOCK OV WATCIIKS,
CLOCKS, JKWEL11Y, KTC.
Particular attention given to
KKl'AIKINO FINK WATCIIKS.
Thu largest stock of
(JOLI) AX I) SILVEK WATCIIKS
ik tu r. ctrv.
IIOAT HTORKK.
SAM WILSON,
DIUtI 13
(i it o c r. it i k ,
V NOV! SIGNS, KTC,
No. lit)
Ohio Lr.vr.r, :::::: Cairo, III.
osrtras er.irri.r rinrri.
0. I). WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GKOCER,
IMtODUCK AND
COMMISSION M KKCII ANT,
Vn, T'l Oil I !,! rr.
C A I It O, I L L I N O I ft.
WnDecial Attention
Kiren to Conalgnments
anil tillinif order.
i'ATi:.vrs.
FOUNTAIN SCRUBIiEll.
Saves TIME, LA150U and MONEY
ITS ADVANTAGES
OVKIt OTIIKIl AltTICI.K IN TJSK FOR FLOOR
AND HOUSK-CLBANINO, AUK
lit It turmahes u ntcr And docs thn scruhhtnu
And inopiinKnt tho saiiio tlini'.
S1 It will do Its work In nnr-fuiirth of tho
timo required in tho ordinary way.
3l It will do thnworlt of the hcriil,lInj; liruali
cs, that cost 75 cents u ich.
4 Ui It will rAVotlio pni-o ol itseir twice a jf.ir
in lirnoms.
5th-lt will not ra'c n dttt.
Otlt The nihtjcr caii lio rfi'UeodforlScfnt.
7tli The lirnil Is inalletil.le Iron, ind Mill last
a life-tline.
htli If youulah to iien mop, or cloth, to dry
tho corners, rcmovf the tin, and tna ert jrourcloth,
and )ou hnvo that udditionnl ndviiDtagv.
EVEltY FAMILY, STOltK, SALOON
HOTEL AND STEAM IIOAT
SHOULD USE THEM.
I am prrparm lo furnish them hy ringlo dozen
orfirosa, on h rt notice. Addrrsv
myiVIlm WM. HENRY, Cairo, Ills.
ll'llMTUIli:.
IJ. S. HAIIIIELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
(JUEENSWAltK,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
UAH FIXTUltKS,
GLASSWAKK,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
HKWixt. ?i.vciiim:.
WANTED, AGENTS.
s
evcnty-flvo to two hundred dolhirsper month
I ovoivwliero, malo nnd feinsle, to Introduce the
uentilno Improved Common fcenso rntnily fce ui
Machine, This inacnmo win stticii, ncin, mi,
tuck, bind, braid, cord, quilt and embroider In a
most superior niAnner. 1'rlco only iflS. Hilly
wAtrAntud for five veArs. We will .ay il.OOU for
sny mAchinothAt will BewAstronKer, more tcuu-
tltUl Or llioro Cllisiiu Benin lliuil unra. i, iiiiin.-n n.v
"Klnstlo LockBtltch." Kverysocond stttchcAii
bo tut, nod still tho cloth cannot ho pulled nnart
without tearing It. Wo pny agents J70 to 8i( per
month nnd expenses, or a commission from Inch
twlco ttmt ninoutit enn ho miido, For clrculurs
aud terins,ni.plytoorAdJrrss.
430 Spruce Street, I'hiludelphla, Pa.
Cautiou. lo not be Imposed upon by other
rattles punning on worinieui.;i nun ...u "
tinder the same nanio or otherwise. Ours Is the
only genuine and really practical rliespniAchlno
mAmiTactured. mprln.l.lm
UKOCF.HItM AND BUY OOOUN.
WILLIAM KLUGE,
IICALCII IX
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DRY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
II ATS AND CAVH, ETC.,
Has lust received a heavy stock of Hoots and
ill. lln.ln.u un.l Nr.llr.lia
nilUCV. IIUDItrj .'iwnc,
FOR BALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
Ha also has a fine stock of Family (Jrecerlcsot
every Kinu.
CORNER SIXTII-ST. AND COMMER
ClAL'AV.,
CA1U0, 1MIH0I8.
BULLETIN, SUNDAY JULY 2, 1871,
CIIAUTKIl OAK.
170,954
BOM) BIfCK TIIEIIt JINTUODl'CTION.
The most Successful, l'optilsr and rerfcel
COOKING MACHINES
Of tho period, nre our welIknown
I t i
llelnx of tho simplest corstmcllon, aro cnnly
inAnsged and gnrntced lo give
ENTIRE SATISFACTION.
1 H no Artlrlx In tint hoiiaehold has crestcr In
l fluenco In nromotmu tli health, romfort And
hAppitiess of the fsmily circle than tho Cook
Htuve, It Is economy as well as policy to get tho
very Lest nnd in buying thn Charter Oak you can
reiycn feuing me most succeaa.iii, jxjpumr aim
pt-rfect cooking stove ever made.
KX0K1.SI0K MANUFACTURING CO
013 . 014 N. .naln Ntrcct,
NI. I.ouls, SIo.,
A Nil ALL LIVB MKKCIIAXT8 MI. P.
C. "W. HEITEBESOIT.
Cairo, Illinois.
IIIMIURAKT TICHKTN.
INMAN LINE.
Mverfol, New.York and I'hlladelphU
.' Steainslnp Company,
rnnr.a roxTKscT wirn tsnrn statu ad suitihii
VlUBSKIXtl
For Cirrylng the Malls.
FOR 1'A.S.SaTTe TICKETS
ou ri'kTiir.c iroK!Tin
AI'I'LY TO JOHN . DAI.K. Aot.,
I."'i Itrovlwny, New York, or lo
II. II i) ii l ,
210 Washington Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
1 31. M IGRA NT TICKETS
FOR SALK, ) Kor.alo r J-OR SALK,
I Kcrsalo J '
FOR SALK. J vshIo'IfOR SALK.
Furo from Liveih-ool,
Fnro from LoMio.viJKnuv,
Fure from GLAfcoow,
Faro from Qukk.nbtown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $18.20
Balford, Slorris i Candee, Agents.
IIUUNK MOVIHR.
HOUSE MOVING.
JAMES KENNEDY,
HUCT1CAI.
HOUSE .MOVER AND UU1LDER
N propareil lo do nil kind of
HOUSK .MOVING, HOUSK RAISING
Asn
UKiWIIilXn OK i:VKKY DF.hCllll'TIO.V
ON TUT MOST RTASOVU ir. TIKWS.
Onnr.tlS left nt tho residence id Mr. Kennedy,
on Center street, next door to Ihe new school
house, or addressed to the enre of 1'. O. llnx lie
orthe Ilulletln office, will receivo prompt atten
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KTOVKS, TlXWAHi:, ITTC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes WrinK'Ts, Toilet
ware, uoai nods, 1-lrcHhovcis, Air inurs,
UAM'rAC-rvutu or
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
I HUN WAitr;,
No. 1G0 Washington-avenue,
CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
oriloofinK, (lulUnnB, and ali Hinds of Job
work done at snonesi nonce. . innmi
EL DOltADO
UJLLIAHD SALOON AND JJAU
ItOOJf. iMiS UATIJt, I'roiirlolor.
1CK! CommcrclAl Avcn-te, CAIItO, IM-IXOIfl
13ILMARD saloon furnished ,th (t,e 1, ft( ol
J tables jnd tvr supplied wllh wltiM, Honors
and cigars of the finest brands. 1
EXCELSIOIt SALOON,
ner of Washington Avenno nnd l'outtcei
Htreet.
I. ll.AM(i:IIt:iIt.', IToprlolor.
I.1IIU) lIU.SKKNIlt'KO'S ssloon is newly fit.
J.' ted up, And In the moat elegant style. It Is
siipphi-il with tho finest wines, liquor-, beer, ui.
gars, ct, lint can bn found In thi- city. Io not
rorgej tho plAce, corner or Wn-hlngton avenue
ami I-ourto ntli street.
FITZGERALD'S
SAMPLE BOOMS,
for, 1'oiirtpcitfli Hi. mill Com.
inercliil , ven tic.
T.lITZOF.IlAI.frS Fnmple ltooma nrn slocked
J. with puro Imported w ins, liipiors ami clgirs,
And Are dispensed from the l.ar In IImI-cIass
style. Them is no belter establishment in Houth.
ern Illinois, and nonn better stocked. Call and
teat trie various Drawls ot wines ami liquors.
JOHN HYLAND'S SALOON,
Corner Tenth Slrrct nntl Coiiimrrrlnl
Avrniio.
SIII'KItlOIt liquors, beer, alp, etc., and frsgranl
llAvanas always on hand. Those desiring de
lightful beverages should not IaiI to call And enioy
them. All their wants will be attend to in n man.
ner that will warrant a return. All his liquors,
wines and cigars have been selected with great
earn And critical taslo.
U.NDKHTAKEItS.
AV. O. GARY,
PRINCIPAL UNDERTAKER,
SALKS ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STREET
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
NICHOLAS FEITH,
G EN ER AL UNDERTAKER,
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Cor. YnililiiRliiii.iiv. mill lllli-il.,
CAIItO ILLINOIS.
n'rtJ.Hiu
ItllOTS AN II SHOES.
WILLIAM EULERS,
rnthionalilo
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
twi:ntii:tii htkkut,
II, tueen WAah'ngton Avenuo nnd l'opl.ir Street,
CAIKO, ILLS.
llools and Shoes Made to Order.
Tine Workmen nmployed.
S.itisf.iction NVurrnntcl.
I'alronAgo Hollclled.
CITY SHOE STORK
AVU
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
sol t. Adr.M'V ron
CUbTOM-MAIli:
15 0 0 T S A N I) SHO E S
('oiiiiiirrrlnrjAvciiiio, Corner of i:i;hlli
Nlreol,
Caiuo, Illinois.
rAUTICUI.AH ATTENTION l'AIIl TO ALL 01;,
IIKltS KOIt HOOl'sjKIKTK AND SHOES.
ice cm: AM NAI.OO.V.
LOUIS NASSANO'S
ICE CREAt SALOON,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
lU'lwecn Neventt'onlli iinil ElKlilt'riKli
NtrccU.
rplIK H.U.OON has been hnii.isiuiiely lilted up
X and will slnays supply the htsl
Ice Cream,
Cukes,
Confee loins,
I.einonnde,
nnd Koda,
To be found an) hero In Hip city.
FAMILIES OR PARTIES SUPPLtEl)
ON SHORT NOTICE.
t)-iho iiutronauo of the nublift is respectfully
solicited,
"IIIIIOM .TIO work prinlma m innny nnd
J and varied colors at one Impression, on tlio
celebrated chromatlo tiress doue at tho Ilulletln
inb nrintina office. Tills is the most reinurkiibla
press ever Invented, as iv performs In una day
the wotk, la coloicd printing, of leu ordinary
presses, inereuy rcuuciugmurusiui ut:u cirirau
ier oi wots: ion titt mw rini.
58 s
DOORS, BANII, ETCt
V. W. THORNTON,
DOORS, SASH
llI.lN'n.M, AVINDOW GLASS,
Niii.yiii.rx,
Officr on Tenth St.,
ttolitoni ('oniniprrlnl nnd Washington
Ak'iiiick,
CAIRO, XXjXj.
OK.VTS lor lioek Ilivet I'aper CumpAnjV
J Hlienlhing Kelt nnd (uarlr Cement.
ii. jonn s iinproieii itoonng aiwnyi on
mm
i.VM'it.t.vcr,
W. II. Moitlil.", II. If. ('AMI KG
Notary 1'ublii', No. Tub. and U. H. Com.
INSURE!
FIRE, HULL CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
ACCIDENT, LIFE, ; .
.KT.VA, IIAItTKOKD,
Assets ...
S'.,6I3,,VII 'j;
NOItTil AMEIIICA, I'A.,
Assets 1,783,000 do
IIAUTFOKD, CONN.,
Assets.- J,5U,210 72
I'lUKNI.Y, HAUTKOItll,
,"ets 1,7SI,U8 80
INTKUNATI0NAL, N. Y.,
Asacls.- l,r1,393 17
I'CTNAM, HAUTFOUD,
As'lts .700,937 00
CLEYELANII, CLEVELAND,
Aiscls S1J.C73 68
HOME, C0LUM11US,
Aels .113,271 43
AME11ICAN CENTUAL, MO.,
A-seta WO.OiiO CO
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets 30,000,000 00
TIlAVKLKIt'rl, IIAItTFOKD, LIFK AND
ACCIDENT,
Asaeis- l.nno.oiu oo
ItAILWAV l'AHSENQERg' ASSUItANCK
CO., IIAItTFOKD,
Asiets fXsit00il 00
INDEPENDENT, 110ST0N,
Aset KI0,8ii3 a
SAVl'Oltl), MORRIS fc CANDEE,
71 Ohio I,'e',
City National Hank, CAIItO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
x ht s tj ir, . nsr a e
tOMI'A.VIl'.Sl
NIAOAltA, N, Y.,
l,l?A2in 20
Assnls ....
Aiset.
(IKIIMANIA, N, Y.,
1 (V." TJ1 78
' '
iitvovvit v y
liA.Now.it, n. i.,
Assets W
KKI'UHLIC, N. V.,
Assels 7H,0i5OO
il tho ITitderwrlters' Agency,
k "
YONK'KKA, N. V.,
878,461 J5
Comprising
Assets
ALU ANY CITY,
Assets 4M.IMS3
viuemen'b FUND, 8, V.,
Assets 078,000 00
SECURITY, N. Y. MAR1NB,
Astt .1,32,8t9 00
STOHK, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and Car.
goes, insured at rates us favoiable as sound,
iwriimneni security win warrant,
1 resnuctlullv ask of the citUem of Cairo,
tuiarc oi ineir patronage
. . . ... . , T .
V. N. HIIUHKH,
onie
a-iwt Notlonsl Bsnk.
Mum.
74:
OHIO LEVEE,
Ciiso, itu.
DBUG-G-ISTS
SARATOGA BriUNOS
1.1 rt'LL SLAli
AT JUItCLAYa' DRUG STOIW..
Faun Svrrir, Diilv.
MOCKING IIIItD TOO!)
ALL BKADT ron tst WITHOUT TROVTtr.
At Barclays'.
JEliMIlOLD'g
OR APE ( cATAwnA ) (anxvr. ) PILLS
CATAWltA 1.4 OTtAIK
GRAPE (.catawiia ) 'i (.ortAi-E ) PILLS
Asn Alt. or
II E V n II O 1. 1) M M E I I 1 .V EH
prp.sh rnoM rinsT iianijs,
Alwnys in stock In large supply, and for sale by
Barclay II row.
PBBSH Eli THE XiIGIC
JUST ItECUIVEI)
A.VD
For Hnlc by the Ulnnsj, llotf l or Unllon
AT BARCLAYS'.
(STExtka Fl.VE CoLOQNr.j
tSTGENUINK iMl'ORTED ExTItACTSJ
tSTIlAin, Tootii and Nail UnusiiEs;
J67ISDiA RunnEu NunsEUY Goods;
AT
BARCLAY BEOS.
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Hest grades In largo slock and va
riety, very cheap j
also:
Full Link ov Coloks,
nar and ix oil;
I'ulnt Ilruahcs, I.iosocd Oil,
Whitewash llrushes, Turpentine,
Varnishes, Ete. etc.,
ALL KINKS AND STANDARD QUALITIES
At Bauclays'.
mkdicinkh,
MAYNARD'S
STAB BITTERS
TUB BEST TONIC IN USE I
ion sale nv
E. F. SIAYNARD, PROP'R
A ROOK FOR THE MILLION.
MARRIAGE
GUIDE.
A Private Co unsolor
to tho Married or
those about lo marry
on tho physiological
mysteries nnd revelations of tlio sexual system.
with the latest discoveries in producing and pre
venting oflsprintf, preserving Ihecomploxion, 4c.
Thin Is nn Interesting work of two hundred and
twenty-four pases, with numerous ensraviiiKi,
and contains valuable Information for those Who
are married or contemplate marrlaso; still ft is a
book that ought to bo under lock and koy, and not
laid carelessly about tho houso.
cent to any one iireu ui posing?; iuruu cviiib.
Address Dr. llutts' Disnensarv. No. 11. N.
Eixhtlisiroet, lit. Louis, Mo.
notice to the Afflicted and Dnrortunate.
Ueforo npplyinR to tho notorious Quacks who
Advertise In tne publio papers or using any Quack
remedies, peruse Dr. llutts' work, no matter
what your disease Is or how deplorable your con
dition. Dr. llutts can bolconsulted, porsonslly or by
mall.Ton tho dlscaies mentioned in his works.
Olllce, No. 12 N, Eighth street, bet. Msrket and
Chestnut, Ht. Louis, Mo. mysdwly
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Jlrs. I Cures colio nnd crlninz Pries.
WJIITtUMirS J in tho bowels, und fa. I Si.
Bjrup, i ciuiAius ine process oi i icit.
LteethlnK. J
Mrs. f Subdues eonTUlslonsl Price.
WlIITtomi'S 1 and overcomes alldis- I S5
Hyrnp, eases Incident to tn- Ceatt.
Vfaatsandchlldrcn. I
Mrs. f Cures diarrhea, disen.'V Frier,
milTCUHira i tery ana summer com. t
Hjrup. ) plaint in children ol all f Ctatt.
I. K". J
It Is the Oroat Infant's and Children's Boolhlng
llemedy In all disorders brought on by Teething
or any other cause. I'repAred by Iho
aHAFTON MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, Mo,
Sold hy Druggists and Dealers In Medicine
everywhere. my7dwiim
MANHOOD :
HOW LOST I HOW 11ESTOUED I
Just published. In a ssaled envelope. Prlco.Octs.
. Ilnrdiin ll,.nln,al I .An I m ah I a. I
I cure of Hiermatorrhea or Hemlnel Weakness, In-
I tolcintsry Kmlssions. Sexual Debilltv. and lmo.
dements to Marriago generally; Nervousness,
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits J Mental and
I'hysieal Incapaidty, resulting from self abuse,
etc., by Kobt. J. Culvvrwell, M. V., author of the
"(Iroen Hook," eto.
"A I100N TO TIIOUHAMDa OF SUFFIKIBS."
Sent under seal, in plum envelope, to an ad-
I dress, postpaid, on receiptor six cents, or two
postage stamps, by Chas. J. C. Kline Co., W
I bowery, New York, I'ostofflce box ,5M.
eia.lAw!lm
BABHKRS.
J. GEO. STE1NHOUSE,
FASHIONABLE BARBER,
Cor. HllMt, ad CMMrctal-.
srSharp llawt's,
A'Clean Towels sad
srskillfull Wertusu.
a irl4ulies' and children's hsJr cnl sad steal
!. ....... . . I .
pooed, either tit the shop or at their own boutctv
wrventlemtn'rwlilskeia u hair dyad la

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