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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
ilov-rti'T, John M. Palrm r l
t.MMili-imiii-Uimirnor, Jolin Uougtierty
t i virlnly at Plate, KdworJ Hummel;
qiul.liir 1 1 Htnto, 0. K. Lipplncott ,
HMi Treasurer, K. N. Bates i ,
Hnj.i. I'nbllo Instruction, Newton llalotnan.
Kenators-I.yinnn Trumbull nnd John A. Logan.
Itrpreswitiiiite for the Mate nt I Mfc Vacancy.
Ilepreacniatlwi Thirteenth District John M.
.M KM HERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
H tutors, lt Dlatrlcl T. A. R. Ilolcomti. of
t'liH.u, on. I H. K. Oil-son, of Oillstln,
It. preaentatlro, lit Dlatrlrt-ll. Walaon Webb.
Jn-lgn D. J. luker, of Alexander.
I'roateuting Attorney .1. F. McCartney, of
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. Herman.
r in Martin, Asaeasor anJTreaaurer.
Aaooa'- J.K. Mc-Crlteand M. sUrdi'ldon.
Clerk Jacob (1. Lynch.
Coruner John II. fioittnu.
Major John H. Lnaden.
Treaaiiier-J. U. Talor.
Comptroller li. A. Uurnett
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney I. II. Pow.
l'ollco Magistrates F. Ilronx an I II. aihan-n-iy,
Chlelol Polico L. H. Myers.
Police Constables John Bhehan, (day), and
Jo. II. Veirrun an 1 J. W. Bumner, (night.)
Mayor John M Lanaden,
Klnt Ward-P. O.H huh.
Hcond Ward C. K. Woo-iwlrd.
'lhlr'l Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S. Hunts Taylor.
City-at-Large W. I'. Halllday and I). llurd.
UOAUD Of ALDEUUKN.
FllWr WAKD James JUarden,
bKCONUWAttU It. H.CunnIiigham,
Tlllltl WARD Wm. titration,
KOt.'ltTH WAltD Jaines Carroll,'.
O. II. ',
7T'i of Meeting.
Th City Council meet In Joint n-alon on
Friday evening preceding the first Monday of
The Select Council meets on the tlrat Wednes
day and Thuraday, alter the second MomUy hi
anaitu ur ALbtaatx,
Th Hoard of Aldermen meeta on the first
Mouday andTucaday In every month.
COMMITTEES OF TIIK COUNCIL.
Ot titrtttt Mrasrs. Tajlor, Waldcr. Winir,
Wood nnd Metcalf.
rnmitff Messrs. Cunningham, Bchuh, Fitier
sl J, Heme and Halllday.
C&nmt Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
bf, and Jail Messrs. Carroll, Iiuder and
OrJinnnut Men rs. Scaso, Walder and Taylor,
fire Ikjnrtmcnt Messrs. Ilearden, Hwayno and
AmJUri Mea aia. Bchuh, Winter nnd Kleb.
iWnfmj Messrs. Woodward, Hwayne and lluder.
Hnanet Meaara. Hurd.Htratton andMettalf.
Ikxinl tf Health The Mayor, and Messrs, Hear
ilea, Winter, titration nndCairoll.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a. m., nnd 7J P. x.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 74 r. .
Sunday School, 3 r. w. J. M. Lanaden, Super
intendent. Her. C. II. Foon, I'aater.
METHODIBT-Cor. F.iglith and Walnut Bta.
Preaching, Sabbath lojf a. m,, nnd 7 r. h.
I'rayer meeting, Wedneaday, 7; r. .
Sunday School p r. m. I,. W. Blllwcll, Super.
Intcodent. Iter. F. L.Tiioiiraox, Paalor.
CHUItCII OF TIIK IIEDEKMEH (Kpicopl)
Horning prayvra, Sabbath W,i a, m.
Evening praTcri r. u.
Iter. Mb. Coak, Roctor.
ST. PATRICK'S CIlURCn-Cor. Ninth 8l. and
Public Service, Sabbath and 10; a. k.
'apern, 3 p. m.
Sunday School, 2 p.m.
Service overy day, B f. u.
ltov. P.J. O'IIallouax, I'rlent.
Sabbalh School; Vt a. u Sabbath.
Preaching, Sabbath lu a. m nnd Vt p. m.
Rev, J. Fuund, Pastor.
MISSION SUNDAY SCHOOL In the Chriatlan
Church, Eighteenth Street. Habbatli Sonool 3
J, II. Rem, Superintendent.
VOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Reg.
ular meeting aocoml Monday each month at the.
Prayer room of tho Preabytenan Church.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, iy p. x., at
the Prayer room of tho Prcabyterian church.
C. I'Aitau.sa, l'realdent.
AFRICAN M. E. Fourteenth St. between Walnut
Services, Babuatii, 11 a. m.
Sunday Sehool, 1 p.m.
I'reachlng, iy v,n. Itov. Win. Jackaon, Pastor
SECOND FREE-WIIitillAPTIST-Fiftecnth St.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Services SabbMh, and 3 p. m.
Itov. N. RicKs,'l'iuitor.
KKKE'WILli UAPTISTHOME MISSION tUN.
IAV BCIIOOIv Cornor walnut and Cedar Bt.
Sunday School, 9 a. m.
FIRST FREE WILL UAPTIST CIIURCU-Cur-
SrvlwiTsabbalh 11 a. x 3 p. u. and 7K p. m.
Itov. Wm. Kellxy, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH-Bet-ween
10th and Uth streets, near Cedar.
Preaching Sabbath 10JJ a.m., and 7J p. M, ,
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, lji P. u. John Van Baxter and
Alary Stephens Superintendents.
Roy. T. J. Snouts, Pastor,
HOW LOST I HOW RE8TOHED
Just publlihed, in a sealed envelope. Price, C cts.
A lecture on the natural treatment, and radical
cure of Spermatorrhea or Beminel Weakness, In
voluntary Emissions, Sexual Debility, and Impe
deiiients to Marrlago generally) Nervousness.
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fits Mental and
ihiaii.r Tnf nniu'itv. result nsi from self abuse.
eta., by Robt. J.Culverwell, M. D., author of the
"uveen uook, evo.
'K HOOK TO THOUSANDS OF sUFFKBKIlB."
Rent under Hnal. in nlain envelope, to an ad'
dress, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two
postage stamps, by Ohas. J. 0. Kline I Co., 127
iiQwory.new xori i-uavuiiigmii,usii.
ii elm hold' b
Q-Ig A "PIS 1 l.'.iT i.
FLUID EXTRACT 8AR8APAR1LLA.
FLUID EXTRACT SARBAPARILLA.
FLUID KXTIUCT SARSAFARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT SARBAPARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAFARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT SARBAPARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT SARBAPARILLA.
.pimirr tue blood.
HELMUOLD'lS FLUID EXTRACT SARBAPA
RILLA Cures all Eruptions of the Skin.
iielmbjld'b fluid extract sakdapa-
Cures llio worst form of Blood Dtaeues.
UELMUOLD'fl FLUID EXTRACT HARSAl'A-
Enters heavily Into the Circulation of the
II ELM BOLD' 8 FLUID EXTRACT SARBAPA
Beautifies the Complexion.
HKLMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT flAKBAI'A-
One bottle la roual in atreaelh to one nlloa of
the Syrui.a or Decoctions as usually made ; and
a wlne-glua added to a pint of water equals the
ce'ebrated LISBON DIET DRINK. Try It this
way. a ueiigiunii beverage.
IIELMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPX PILLS
HELMHOLD'H CATAWBA ORAPK PILLS
A pleasant, safe and agreeable Cathartic.
IIELMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPK PILLS
Uaed in all aSections where a Purgative Medicine
. is neetieu.
IIELMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPK PILLS
Harmless to a child, and taken by children.
HELMUOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPK PILLS
Hupeniede Magnesia, Salts and every other Pur-
IIELMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPK 1'II.LB,
Certain In efToct, and pleasant in operation,
IIELMBOLD'S CATAWBA OBAPE l'ILL
Is not a patented Pill.
IIELMBOLD'S CATAWBA ORAPX FILL9
Are composed ol Catawba Grape Julseand Fluid
Purchase two bottles of IIELMBOLD'S 8ARSA
"A KILL A and one box si rlLLo worth their
weight In gold.
no Miier investment can oe rnaae tor so small
IIELMBOLD'S FLUID XXTRACT BUCUU
Has acquired a world.wlde fame.
ALL of my preparations are meritorious. A
period of twenty years has Droved this to be
See remarks made bv Bemamln Traverse, r. H.
C. H. Speaking of those diseases, and diseases
arising from thn excess or mercury, he staua
that no remedy is equal to the Extract of Sana
narllta. its nowcris extraordlcarr. more so than
any other drug I am acquainted with. It Is. In
In the strictest sense, a tonic, with this Invaluable
attribute that It is applicable to a stale ! the
system so sunken, and ret so irritable, as ren
ders other substances of the tonic class unavail.
able or ininrlous.
Heo REMARKS ot the GREAT CHEMISTS AND
PILL MKN OKAMKRICA I
Wm. R. Warner Co.,
IS North Third street. Philadelphia. Pa.
H.T.HelmboMi - J
Esteemed Friend 1 congratulate you on
having tho handsomest and at the aame time the
Moit Effective Pill that I have ever known for the
purposes intended, wm. w. waiuii.u,
li;T. Helinbold will remark, in conclusion, .that
his remedies are the result of long and careful
study, Tho Fluid Extracts have been before the
public twenty rears. The sale of them in that
time proves their value. All have been benefit
ted by them who followed my Instructions, and
to-day they stand unequalled In the extent of
their sale, and unsurpassed bv any medicament
In the Dispensatory of the United States, not
excepting a single Herb, Root, Plant, or Sclea.
i-iiinnaceuiicai i claim all mino to uc. ana nave
never patented a single one.
ro dispel any Impression or prejudice: that
might exist In the minds ot many against my
preparations, from tho publicity given through
advertising, and that I am and have been a drug,
gist for a period of twenty years, and more con.
cluslvely to Preve this see fetter from the largest
nanuiacwriBg cueroisis in tne world I
. i ...... November 4, 1844.
I am acaualnted with Mr. II. T. H.imKi.i . i,.
occupied Hie drug store opposite my residence,
nuu wm luumwiui ,u uuuuuvuog me Dusmess
where others had not been equally so before him.
I have been favorably Impressed with his charac
ter and enterprise, WILLIAM WIQIITMAN.
f irm oi rowers s wigmman, manufacturing
chemists, Ninth and Brown streets, Philadel
phia ALL STAND ON TUIIB HIBITS.
Thn Pill I have thought of offering to the afllio
led for ten years. ....
They are now perfect, and I shall stake aiy
time, money and fame on their effectiveness.
Tho inviting style in which tho pill Itself Is made,
tho bottle.label, wrapper all show with what
care they have been prepared. After examine.
lion, uu cuf nan or rrencu preparaiiou win mow
greater care, and I am really proud of them.
Instead ef the nauseous-looking, carelessly
prepared mis yenaea generally, ana put up in
wooden boxes, and made generally, or offered
by those having to experience as physicians,
druggists or manufacturers of medicines, test
the medicine offored by your Obedient servant,
Crystal Palaco Drug Btors, Mo, 6M Broadway,
Palace Pharmacy. Ollsey Qouae, Broadway, aad
Twentv.nlnth strati. New York. '
Temcle ef Pharmaov. Continental Hotal. Phil.
derphla s and No. 104 Boulh Ton street, PbUV
6old vx nauwitta ivimwru.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC.
OOV. I'ALMKn CALLS AN KIEOTIO.V FOR COX
UKKKNMAK AT LAKOE FIRE K1I.LK1)
BY A FALL BABK1IALL.
Chicago, -July T. Oor.Talmer i4iuod
proclawrtlon to-day for civil eloctlon
In this staU oa tip 7lh of November noxt,
for the choice of conerssMraan at largo,to
All tho vacancy caused by the resignation
of Jno. A. Uog an, electa TJltert States
A Ore occurred early on Friday morn
ing last mi Lansing, Iowa, which destroyed
proporty valued at $10,000. with an Insu
rance of $0,000. Twclvo buildingi were
daitroycd, including tho Chronicle office.
The flro commonced '.in tho ttablog' con
nected with tho Farewell hotel.
KILLED BY A FALL.
Robert Wilde, a blacksmith, full from
a fourth story window st Dubuquo on
Wedneiday night, and was instantly
killed. He had been drinking, bat was
sot regarded m being intoxicated.
A match' game ol baso ball to-dny be
tween the Rod Stockings of Uoston, and
tho Whlto Stocking of Chicago, resulted
in a defeat of the ltodi, by a scoro of 7 to 1
THR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND THE
CAIRO AMD YINCEXKEfl RAILROAD.
CirtcixxATi, July 7. Tho committee
appointed by the chamber of commcrco to
consider the claims of the Cairo nnd Vin
cennei railroad, reported to-day. They
state that there is a probability of this road
making equitable arrangements with tho
Ohio and Msaiiiippl road for tho exchange
of traffic ; but unless this can bo made suro
by the binding acts of tho two companies,
another road will be absorbed in the
great trunk lino that descriminato against
Cincinnati, and they would not recom
DEATH or CA1T. JOHN NYE.
"Wasuinotox, July 7. Capt. John
Nyo, brother of Senator Nye, of Nevada,
died in this city to-day after an illness of
TIIK KVOCLVX INVE.STIOATI.VO COMMITTEE.
Washington, July 7. Tho ko-klux in
Testigating committeo to-day examined J.
H. Speed, of Alabama, ez-conferate officer
and now a regent of tbo stato unlvorsity
and superintendent of education in Perry
county. He testified that tho section of
Alabama in which bo resides was quiet
aad peacablo till last winter, when bands
of armed and disguised men began to com
mit outrages of various kinds. This stato
of affairs continued for a while, but recent
ly, to far as witness knew, things had boon
quiet throughout the state. The occurron
ces above referred to had been to oxcito
general terror among colored peoplo and
make them afraid to veto. In regard to
tho education of the negroes, be said tho
only opposition to it came from tho lower
class of whites who formerly owned slaves.
fibe the cotton cnor.
New-York, 'July 7. A fire broke out
in tho engine room of tho building occu
pied by Mathow Uyrnc this morning, and
resulted in tho destruction of property to
tno amount ol juu,oou. xnero was insur
ance upon tho property.
the cotton CROP.
A private dispatch received in this city
from Washington, says the returns reclved
at tho agricultural .department show n do
ereaso in tho capacity for the cultivation
of cotton of a million and a half acres, and
a falling ofT of tho crop as compared with
that of last year of 230 per cent.
A convention of tho Irish societies hold
a secret meeting to-night to sco what ac
tion they should tako in regard to tbo an
ticipated procession of orangemcn. It is
understood that thoy will ask tho interfer
ence of tho mayor, and thon if tho pro
cession is allowed thoy aro to attack and
break it up.
TU RACES FINE WEATHER AND LA 110 E
Toledo, Ohio, July 7. Tho adjourned
races of yesterday for horses that
wore novor beaten, was con
eluded to-day, resulting in a viotory for
"Rod Cloud,'r of Edlnburg, Ind in two
straight heats; tlmo 2:30 and 2:30). Tho
double team raco was won by "Throo
Whlto Heols" and ''Novelty," of Toledo,
In two straight heats) lima 3,6, anil 81X
Soldier Boy and another boy of Louisville.
Ky., took tho second raonoy. In tho lati
raco open to all, there wero ten entries.
Pilot Tomple, of St. Louis, won in threo
straleht heats: tlmo '2:291, 2:29 and 2:291:
with "Walker Smith, of Loulsvlllo, Ky.,
socond; Jno. Fooro, of Detroit, third;
and ollas lllco, oi Bt. l.ouib, lounn. mo
weather during the racos has boon favor
able and the attondanco very largo.
Rm VniViHno. .Tulv 7. Honoris from
all parts of the stato show tho wheat crop
in mil oi tinltnr than was nuticInBtou.
The total product is n little short of that
m a m I 1. , 1 . I .1
oi last season, x uocruii is uomu buiijuu
to Denver, Colorado, paying 350 per car
loaa oi ten tons.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Detroit, July 7.
"WHEAT Dull, but without any par
ticular change; extra $1,38; troedwell,
$1-38; amber, $1.82; No. 1 whlto regular
CORN 69c for mixed.
OAT8 66c for mixed.
Helmdold's Extract Sar9ai'arili.a is
tbo great blood purifier: thoroughly
cleanses and ronovatos tho ontlro system,
and readily enters Into tho circulation of
tho blood: after purging with Uelubold's
Grape Fills, the foul humors that havo
accumulated In tno system, for ytirs
Both are carofully prepared according to
the rules of pharmacy and chemistry and
tro thoroughly reliable. A tost of 19 years,
has proved this. Try Uiom.
NATUUE'S OltRAT HK3TORATIVK.
' WIIOLE9AI.E DEPOT)
N. W. COnNEIl VIVTlt AND HACK 8T8,
JOII.H BCMEETZ, I0LK I'KOrillETOtt.
it la a reliable Family Medicine, ishd csn bt
aken by either Infant or nc ult with the same bees
Hclal result. It is a certain, prompt and spcedr
emedy lor diarrhea, dysentery, bowels compiled
dyspepaia, lowness of nlrlta, falntlngs, sick
stoinach, headache, etc, Forchillaand fevov ol
all kinds, it Is far better and safer than nuintaa
eithout any of lis pernicious effect. It effectt
an appetite, proves n powerful dixeator of food
and will counteract tho ellects of liquor In a few
minute. As IndlaputnMo evidence of its medi
cal oropcrtle, wo apjnd a few of the msny cer
tificates In oarpoaseasiont
Johnfcu's Pcpot, East Tns., 'md V K. 0.'
JicoaSrntiTi, Enq. Dear Sin I nivue-l the
Bitter I have oh nineil from you, and f.adthem
to bo all they are recommended to be. I found
one bottle to adord me considerable relief, I feel
as though I cannot do very well without them, in
ray present state of health.
I). MKNKJK. in Southlilh si., Phila.
Pastor Baptist l'aaayunk Church.
Sold by W. P. Allen, M Malnstrcet Dubunue
THE BEST TONIC IN l.'SEI .
fok nam: iiy
E. F. MAYNARD, PROFR
A BOOK FOR THE 3III.LION.
A Private Counselor
to the Married or
thoae about to marry
on tho nlivo loloiicil
mvsteriesnnd revelations of the sexual system,
with the Iste.itUlacovcries In producing and, prc-
venunK onspnng, preavrvinK inecoinieJiion,c.
Thin Is nn intereaUns work of Uo hundred and
twenty-four pases, with numerous cnEratinga,
and contains valunMo information for those who
are mArried or contemplate marriage; still it la a
book that ought to lo under lock and key, nnd not
Scut to any one (free of postage) forM cents.
Address Ur. Dutts' Diapcnsnry, No. 12, H
Eighth street, St. Louis, Mo.
notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Before applying to tho. notorious Quacks who
advertise In tne public papers oruslnq any quack
remedies, peru-o Dr. lluttn' work, no mutter
what your diaeaao Is or how deplorable your con.
Dr. Rutts can bo'conaulted, prsonolly or by
mail, 'on thedlaeaara mentioned in hla works.
ORlce, No. 12 N. Kifchth stroet, tt. Market and
Chestnut, Ht. Loua, Mo. my'-idwly
LOOK. TO YOUlt CHILDREN.
TUE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Cures colic and griping
in in uoweis, ami In
cililates the procoas of
and jercomes nlldiH
a.es incident to 111-
tfants ami children.
Cures diarrhea, disen
terv and summer cum
1 j Cents.
pla:ntlnchlldicn ol nil
Ills thn Gro.it Inf.int's and Children's SoothlnK
Remedy In all disorders Lroueht on by TceihiiiK
or any other caue. Prepared by tho
GUAFTO.N MEDICINE CO., ht. Louis, Mo.
Sold by Druggists and Dealer in Medicine
BET1IESDA MINERAL SPUING
OF WAUKESHA WISCONSIN.
Tnis water is the acktonledgedciiro of the In
tractable nnd incurablo diienau know tins llriiht'H
disease and diabetes.
' llrliiht's difease is fatal to the kidney, the body
wastes away, destroys lile by stanatlon of thu
'''lilaoctes commences with froijiienl desires to
pass water, tcrcst til rat, constipation, loss of
strength and flesh. ....
Astonishing cures of dropsy have been etlected,
brick-diist deposit, intlainntlon of tho neck of tho
bladder, alkali, and gouty swellings. For the
liver it Is unsurpassed. It will nllsy all infiamii
tionof the kidney and urinary organs In tvu-uty-four
hours, giving Immediate relief) nl-o nscur
let lever It prevents tho kidney from congesting,
and removes all traces of albumcnerla. It will
give relief in all caacs ot high fever.
EDWAIIb iluKluK, Vt.i..
General Agent at tho Hprings, Waukesha, Wis.
Header, if you are atltictcd with any ol tho fore
going diseases, write to the undersigned. His
advice, will cost you nothing) he can by chemical
amilyals possess Iiimse'f ot a clear knowledtu (if
any individual case no matter ot how long Hand
ing, ins wonncriui uiscovory ncinesua aiincrui
Water is a positive remedy for tho forcgnmg
ailments, it lias never failed to do what ha claims
lor it where over usod. Tnlswatcr has tho same
good aRrct nt tho remotest part of tho country,
lhatit Tiss at the Bpringa; It never loses n parti
cnlof its medicinal qualities by pncksiro or trnus
portatlon. Directions now to use the water and
circular will nccoiripany pack package nnlered.
33S PennBylvanla-av.', tVushington, D. C.
Or Edward P. Dunbar. General Mummer ut tho
Springs, Wiukeslia, Wis.
Agem" wiimcu uvurywnuro.
ICE CREAM NALOON.
ICE CREAM SALOON,
Between Nevculeriilli ami i:iglilPPiili
all IF. HAI.OON has been linii.lHoiiidy fitlel up
. nml will alnays supply tho l st
To be found nnwhoro in thocliy.
FAMILIES OR PARTIES SUl'l'LlED
ON SHORT NOTICE.
sMTMio patronan" of thepiibllnU respectfully-BOlicited,
Js an optical woniler) reveals the Ihonssnda ol
htdiien wondera of Nature) la ot permanent uae
and practical availability, combining inalructlon
with amuaement, and never losing Its Intercut. 11
TEX THOtJHAND TIM KH,
a power ennsl to other Microscope of many
times its coat, lteveals countless little woilda, all
around us, teeming with life, which to tho nsked
eye must lorevcr remain a aealed book naecli.ln
vinegar, animals In water, cheese miU-, sugaf and
itch insects, milk Globules, claws and hairs of In
secw, hundreds of ores in a single eye of a tly,
dust of a butterfly's wings to be peifcctly formed
feathers, tho much talked of Trlu:hliiaHpin.lis or
perk worm, which was first discovered In America
with this Microscope.
It Is of Inflnlto value to professional men, to
teachers and to students, but nowhere is It of
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reach of overy member. It will Jellxht yourself,
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wintercveninga. It will show you adulterations
and unnleanlinessol various kinds of food, ns su
gar, tea, bread, meal. Ac. It Is of
IXESTIMAIJLE VALUE TO THE FARMEft
1a teas la Inn tasaata whlah prsy upon hucropa.
The power or afSO microscope, and to ;mjw la
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A beaiitif.il present, elegant, Instructive, amus
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During the past six yeuis its worth lias been tea
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school teachers, students, physicians, hcft'ls ot
' .lilies, and othora.
PRICE $3.00, SENT POST PAID IIY MAIL.
Every inairument Is neatly boxed, an J' hand
somely labeled with full directions for uae. TUou.
sands have been sent by mail.
Address, W. J. LINEBS A CO., Chleago.
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poauceto w. J.i.iftraH&co.,
OpT?3lac2, ami Sole Proprietors of Crslgiuid Nov
elty Microscoje, Chicago, III.
Ascents and Dealers. this Microacono sells In or
ery family on Its merits, when exhibited. Largo
rronts. uuick eaiea. leiiwom
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS
HOMES FOll THE HOMELESS
ONLY $1.25 PER ACRE
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
tkx Tiitrvtw or riir.
LEAVENWORTH, I.AWRF.KCF. AND fl A LV EA
TON It. U. LINE
From Lawreneound Kansas City and visit tho cel
ebrated ()ago country,
The Garden Si-ot ok Kansas.
HARD and SOFT LU3H3ER
. ol every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Kurnlslic i on shortest notice.
Commcrcinl-av, bet. 10th and 1 lth-sts.
W.atrntton. T. Illid
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toSlratton, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Lcvco, Cairo, Illinois.
tarAgents of American Powder Co., and man
ufacturers agents for cotton yarn. jy7dtl
Having recently added all
the foiilanf thu latest styles
of card and circular typo
to our already full mid
completo ussnitmcnt, wo
takt pleasure In nniiounu
Inglitniir renders that wo
do nil Iclnds of job wink,
In the mostarllstio style,
nnd guarantee satisfaction.
BOOKS, pamphlets, brlels, catalogues, news
papers, tsx lists, and every variety of eiteu
sivo ir''lBK coutriwlod for, and promytly and
speedily executed, in the liulletln book, job,
newspaper " blading establishment.
iiiimwi-nn uia.Ii n-inlmi, in mmv nml
j aud varied colors at one impression, on the
celobrnteiLchromatlo press lone at tho Bullotiu
...inline r-Hii-A. TiiU la ikfi moit remarkable
mu inmiuh ".-- I : ,
press ever Invented, as It ptrriorms in one nay
the wotk, In colorod printing, of ten ordinary
presses, uierBuy ii,ui;iiiru'm.iui ...... v..., .
ler uf viurk to very lw rate.
ORDINANCE NO. li t.
An Ordlnanco nnlhorliing stay of execution In
He It ordained by the City Council of the citv of
Cairo i '
SrctiON 1. That It shall bo tho duty of the Police
Magistrates of tho city of Cairo whenever the
City Attorney of.'snld city may so dliect to allow
a stay of execution for anytime not exceeding
forty-eight houis In f.ivor of any person who
may liaio been found guilty of a violation of any
ordinance of said city, and the City Attorney may
direct such stay whenever he msy think the In
tereat of thocl.y reiUlres such stay of execution.
Provided, sny person In whoso favor slay of exe
cution la had w ho shall be found within tbo limit
of tho city of Cairo after tho time of such stav ol
execution has elapsed shall be dealt with ns if no
such stay of execution had been granted.
Approved JuneWd, 1871.
Atti at, JoilNM. LANiDEN, Mayor.
M. J. llowttv, City Clerk. Je'2-Tdlnt
ORDINANCE NO. 11C.
An ordlnanco to amend ordinance No. 20.
He In ordained by I ho City Council of the city of
Hrcriowl. That Ordinance ffo.2i). ahnrnvod Anrl
1SC7, bo and the same is hereby amended
by adding ifter tho words "or any newer, trough,
or other thing uaed for the drainage of slopaor
water," in tho eleventh and twelfth lines from
inerop or awtton 1 or saw ordinance, the words,
"or sny soap factory, anyplace, building or es
"tsbllahment used for the steaming or rendering
"f lard, tsllow, fat, 0ll.1l or dead animals or any
"nitabliahment ijsed for tho steaming orrender
"ing of any other substances, which in being so
"rendered shall cause the business thereof to be
'cflensivo to the public or any poitlon thereof or
Injurious to tho public health.
Approved Juno irid, 1871.
JOHN M.J.AN8DEN, Mayor.
Attest, M.J, llownr, Clly Clerk. Je.3u.U0t
ORNINANCE NO. 117.
An Ordlnanco to regulate the duties of the Chief
of Police and Police Constables,
Ue It ordained by the City Council of the City of
Krctiosl. That the Chief of Polloe shall actas
dav policeman, and sha'l havo general charge ot
the Police torceof the citv. fexcentlntf tho Citv
Marshal and, undnr tho general direction of tho
Mavor. shall siinerlnteml and control the onera-
tlons ot tho sccral polico constables wlula on
duty. Tho other pelice constables mw author
lied by ordlnanco shall do duty as night watch
Sec. 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances
in connici ncrewiui am ncreur repeal eu;
JOHN M. LAaSDEN, Mayor,
Approved, June 23th, 1871.
Attests M.J. llowttv, City Cl'k.
Sl'RINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd after Monday, April 21th, 171, trains wl!
ruu ns lotion a i
ratios aoio aornirisT.
. 3:00 "
. -1:21 "
.. 6:17 "
Leave Virginia ti: to a.m...,
" ciinuuucui......-- v.." ,
U 'l'vrrllln 10-.-.. l
Arrive ut Pana 11:10 m
Leave Pana 4:si,m
" Taylorville t:17 "
Arrive at Hprlngtleld...B;t5 '
iave np.ingneiu .o-.x-i ,
Arrive at Virginia 8:25 11
Tutias ooivu sot'TiicasT.
Lcavo Edgouood fi:3i)n.m - 10:10a.m.
" Horn.... 8:23 " 1IMU
Arnvo nt Shawnectown3:&.lp ni 6:13 p.m
thiiks ooixa tioaiuwuT.
Leave Shawncetown S:l.t a. in 8.20p.m
" rioraM x:oi -- i:w
Arrive nt Educwood 4:&0 " ... 8:20 '
The D.30 a.m. train from Edgcwood, runs only
Mnndsv. Wsdnesilavsand Krulavs.and S:tSa.m.
train from Hlmwneetown on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton Ktllrnad, for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Maton City, and all points west..
n v null .lll.u nil., .iituu, nun
Toledo, Wabash nnd Weitorn Ilallroad, for
jiioomingion, t-nicngo, nnu an points norm, norm
west and went.
At Pana with Iml. and St. .mils, nnd Illinois
Central Ilallroad for all points out, south nnd
At Kdgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
At h lorn, with Olilo and Mississippi Railroad.
At.Shan-lieetown. With Mteamlwinltf far ninitln.
nan, r.idiican, iHironmiHt. i.ouis
OULAND SMITH, Oon'ISup't.
, Oen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag't.
Hoard and Tuition, per annum . 220 ou
1IELLMUTII LADIES' COLLEGE
istcai'ttATiii iiy ii.ii.it. ruiNcr. isnivu,
Hoard and Tuitisn, per annum I 0 UO
Prssldont-TliQ Very It. V. I. Hellmutli, D. V.,
Dean of Huron.
For particulars, apply to Major Kvans, London,
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply ciiitnmrra ullh tho best
P1TTSBUKU AND ILLINOIS
OltllKltS left at llnlllility llrot. otllce, 70 OHIO
I.KVKK, or at thn Coul Vard lwlnw the Ht.
Cnnrles llulel, will iiHeiu prmupt attention,
TIIKTIKI "SIO.NTAUK" Hlllbringcoal alnna
nido steamers nt any hour. oclMif
HOUSE MOVER AND HUILDER
Is prepared tu Jo all Kinds of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
llKPAIUINCl OV KVKUY DKSCRIPTIOH
ON Till MOST BKASONABLK TIKM8.
nnKim lelt at tho residence ol Mr. Kennedy,
I I on Cunter streot. nml door to the new school
lutiiMn. or addressed to tbo care of P. O. Uoz 4tt
or the tlullelllionico, will receive prouipi aturi-
tlKOCEBIEN AND DIIV (JOODf).
KOTIONS, ROOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.',
Has Jiut received a heavy stock of Boots and
Shoes, Hosiery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHKA1'
Ho alio lias a tint stock of Family Groceries ol
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER-
Liverpool, New-York" and Philadelphia
VSDIB C0STB4CT Wltll UKITIO BTlTtS ASD BalTtSIf
For Carrying the Malls.
for passa"ge Tickets
oa rcaruta isroaicjtTioM
AFPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, ArtT.,
loO Droadwny, New York, or to
215 Waahlngton Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
FOR SALE,) for Bale f FOR SALE,
' I For Sale J '
Faro from Livsnroot,
Faro from Londondeuut,
Faro from Glasoow,
Faro from Qoeenstown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $4 8; 20
Sallord, Morris & Candco, Agents.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN GATE.N, Proprietor.
100 Commercial Avenue, CAIKO, ILLINOIS
BILLIARD aoijon furnished with the beat of
tables ; and bar supplied wltll wines, liquors
and cigars of the finest brands.
Corner of Washington Avenno and Fourteenth
r. DLANKEMDEUa, Proprietor.
J JIBED DLANKENIlUIta'S saloon Is newly fit
; ted up, nnd in tho most elegant style. It la
siippiieu wiin tno illicit wines, liquors, beer; el
gars, etc., that can be found In tho city. Do not
forget tho place, corner of 'Washington avenue
and Fourteenth street.
BAMP Xj SI BOOKS,
Cor. Fourteenth Nt. and Com
FITZOEKALD'S Sample Hooms aro stocked
with puro Imported wines, liquors and cigars,
and are dispensed from tho bar In flrst-clasi
Stvle. TheiH la no ttettnr natAlillahninnt In M.iiitl,-
'eru Illinois, and nono better stocked. Call and
test tne various brands oi wines and liquors.
JOHN IIY LAND'S SALOON,
Corner Tenth Street nml Commercial
QUPF.1UOR liquors, beer, ale, etc., and fragrant
k5 Ilavanaa always on Rand. Those dAsIring de
litlittul beverages should not tail to call and emoy
them. All their wants will be attend to In a man
ner that will warrant a return. All his liquors,
wines and cigars havo been selected with great
caro and critical taste.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a moat com
plete stock of '
HCOTCH AND IRISH WUMKIW
-0 I NS,-
Port, Miuler!,Shorry and Catawba "Wlnea
U H3IVTII 4 CO. tell exclusively for cash, to
Jt. which fact they Invite tho especial atlin
nuii f close Uualn buyers.
Special attention given to Filling Orders.
COAI. AND WOOB.
Fj m. waud,
WOOD AND COAL
FM. WARD ta prepared to deliver the beat
, Flro Wood and ntone Coal
lit AUT vxvt ot ta CITY,
And In any qutntlty desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at SL50 txnion
OFFICB-Oirer Boivmrt, Ortu 4 Co.'s itovt.