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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY JULY 20, 1871.
.MllS. M. SWANDKR,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
CLOTHING. KOK laADtKS WK.U5
Made to cr.ler.ef K-aJj Nd.
A full .ortinentof Mi"-' n.l LiHtV
uu and ItaiMf of thcJl .
1.ADIKS, TAKK NOTICE'
e.ohtii .tk:kt, bctwkx waoiiinotox
" nd roMrR.tt AVENUE,
II. jn I fMrttrJ full ! splendid I ne of
t,Tt . trimmltif. il KiT. silk gatoon, gui
Jr lur), mo" trimming, crocket button;,
Ink n,l viiveibullorn, plmli and trimming tw
ill, h. ta.nd bennM., ri? kl.l glove-. Mies' n4
;i,,JrcD,',hr,-,MKJ full andcouiplete slock of
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of will' li l""l' " m
Till VI.KV LOWE-T l.Vll PRICKS.
Thursday Monxt.vo, .lri.v 20, 1871.
JOHN H. OIIF.UI.Y, Kuuoa am. l'lmtMirii.
Ts it Tiir. lnur lU-Li.rTlo t
One eek, lijr esrrier,
One year by carrier, In advance 10 1,1
Out month by mail, "5
Three monllii, - . tJ
Bn month .. - 25
One year - iw
7ki ojRfiiJ piper 0 Alanmier county ando tht city nt
avtiii-auaktMtiud; imalL, but cartel); wit
kvJm on all AuM4a at in1trt.nl to the miWie
mtka large ami tnmann? (tradition, the HMe
Im souail iac pairvnags or wtuyjtm rtwirrt nn
tnlerpruxng buMCf mm.
THE IlOIXAB WEEKLY 11ULLETIK.
John II. Obtj i Co. havo reduced the ml.
crlplion pnee of th VirtMj Cnlro llnllclin I
One &M4r ptr annum, making II fnc ciienpi-itt
trpub!lihed InKoulhrrn Ulinolt.
For Vrtsldeni, 1872,
JAMES K. DOOLITTLE,
Subject to the fision o i nnlioiuii dem
iTh ' Ni-w YorX World on Senator Iloolmlc
"ii record is so coniUtenl and untnr-
nuhed that it mai he lil.ened to a hirninht
line iruicn (wro u iiic:(e a clear btaui,
unswertctt by the, tluctuatiini atmosiiherc
of American poliliej, through the pa&t
From a tfteth ly Senator DurJultf, ililtreral at I)
"Lit iihaci I'V Him Kjlf f)f tlieBoutli H.Clllllllll
ir.tiiOKfd to .In v llio I.AIiuriii after tho Itml rv
O'lfed gVnt It-. anil had hrn I'll! doHntv
the nriiii. Iml ii.ja-pr. Hiet ilm oMeMlou
iiro-e in ir.n f n.ie? - v. , .r hum io .lone iriin
I,. I mil miJ III- jx-.il of InUumV there uero
mnre ni llieru h honle I : "Cniiliscite tlioir
lt l rlj: m Ke trni niaien." i iieie mhi, how.
nei, ie.ii .'ui .!( who uould Imie inuJe them
U i.. IN. ir u ii -l ivei. Hut Cainllli, hne
e.Ti or ;i Mni;'' line nai inieii! lut imme ini
mniial, iil: ' S mil i, let u niilio them ft-lluw-elt
ien, Mil tl.ii nil to llio I'OBerimdL'Inrv ol
Komrl" I."t in, ii )tlit theylnio Inld ilimn the
urint of their reUlhoii uj haiorenened tlieir
alleirience to the union nnd tho fln, make the
fimhtrn people our fellow-cltiien, nd IIiih
all to the povrerantftlnry of the iMtiiin."
TIK ku-klux investigation is (level
oping tlie fact, that tho people of tho
r-outh are in a wor?o condition than
were the Egyptians when the plcaguc of
"co, locusts, frogs, etc., punished the
etubboruuessof l'haroah. What are lice,
locusts, frogs, etc., to carpet-baggers'
These list are more destructive than lo
custs, more disagreeable than lice.
They are eating tho substance of the
people, and are a disgrace to thum.-lves,
theircountryaudthe civilization of the
The amount of ordnance and ordnance
Mures sold by the ordnance department
Miice July 1, 1S71, is 31,.riO0,OllO.
The sales were made under the direction
of the chief of ordnance, and neither
the president nor tho s-ocrchry of war
tad anything whatever to do with the
disposition of the arms. The amount
received has been covered into tho
Injury department, less the expend
attending the sales of arms. .No mles
ere made at any time to foreign bellig
erent government, and the only sale
inade to any foreign power was to Tur
K..MKofth7iTish"'bos" have a coil
cili.lory way of speaking when they
wM to be pleasant. For instance, at a
njwting of IrUhmen held at Chicago
lith hit., to deprecate the 1
evr oulc rim il.
lrman paid he
liermnno I. .1 . 'uiutllO0
. M.7. 1 u'al Pnachea by l)r
McCartney outtht I .
hOtl Of an tnru.r.ti... ... .... """WtU
... I" "lien" 111 r
which proves that
iitrange idea of "tolerance.-
trifling things, which Bhould be dca 1
T..E Kev. Mr. Ch'ency. atc reclor of
iJliriat church, f llii..
' 6", is a young
berisiSM of pabho notoriety, has he
come drunk by too freely indulKIn i,.
eat ambition Ih to bo talked
Ike world. A vaia una peacock,-he
understands how to attract pub'io attcu-
.nn sod never lose n'i pitortiinify of
doirigjo. Just now, Jio h waking mm
!fownKmoiis bv rci.ti'ng tho pro
jxkoiI opfcwrwl vi.'ifntion of Bishop
i. -...i.i:.. i. ,ri
Ll... :., ),!linn M ia daro to imt In
I ofchrist clinch
itlM officers of the law will be called in
f tn arroit him ! This is precious tcandal,
land hanll grown out of Cheney's vanity.
If he can't submit himself to tho au
tliority of the church he professes to
orvc, why don't ho fold his religious
tont and (ilcntly pass away? Ho is
getting to he' n great bore. George
Kraucis Train and Victoria Woodhull
arc not much more noisomo in the pub
lic nostrils than he.
Wi'.aro indebted to Hand, McXally
& Co. for tho July number of their
Western Hail way Guide and Travelers'
Handbook. A hasty review of tho vol
ume induces tho belief that it would bo
n valuable adjunct to the traveling ne
cessities of the tourist. It is accom
panied by a railroad map of the statea
through which run nil the roads men
tioned in tlio book. Tho guide is issued
monthly and all the changes of timo
on railroads and steamboats arc promt-
y inserted. As a railway guide more-
y, tho ono before us nid.y be all its
publishers claim for it. Hut its statis
tics of some of the railroad stations are
not quite up to time, and to those of
Cairo we nre compelled to take excep
tions. As we have paid, tho present
number is for July, 1S71, but its re
marks on Cairo must have been written
for some July of a dead and gone year.
The tourist is told that Cairo has a pnp-
ulation of 7,000 : that it has two daily
and weekly newspapers, tlio 27ms and
Thk Htn.i.KTiN ; th?t tho principal
manufacturers are Fulton & Sous, mil
ler, llccd & Mann, foundry men ; Chas,
Galighcr, miller, and Torrcncc Si Co.,
boiler works; and that the best
anu only irst-chtss Jiofol is fhc
St. Charles, kept by Jcwctt Wilcox.
Now, sco how a railway guide and trav
eler's hand-book, purporting to give
"important and reliable statistics, in
cluding the population, newspapers,
banks, hotels, and leading manufactur
ing interests" of every town men
tioned in its columns, can he mistaken,
or, rather, how far behind the times
it can he. The Tlmm went the way of
many other journals many months ago,
and in its place we have tho .S'ltit, the
pleasant little luminary which daily
throws its mild rays on Cairo. To ig
nore tho Sim is a shabby oversight and
inexcusable in any railway guide.
And v hen was tho information iu re
git i-d to the manufacturing interests of
Cairo gathered V If the Guide bore as its
date .Inly, IStiS, or lSlill, or even 1S70,
the statistics might bo safely set down
as approximating tho truth ; but to nar
row down our inanufiicturing enter-
pri.-es to four iu the month of July,
1S7I, will hardly do in a hand-book
claiming to keep pace with tho times;
and, iu tho name of Cairo and thu new
fufhi.v of thctvrU'n in vtir midst, we pro
test that the guide ami hand-book
which does this is not a
reliable mic ainj ought not to claim on
it. title page to be so. A correct list
of the manufacturers of Cairo would
double the number and would include
J. I'. Gamble, wagon factory, the
names hpokc and Hub Co., Peebles &
Co , box and basket makers, and the
lurniture factory of KichhoiT Hros.
And lastly, tho reader who wishes to
inform himself as to thu hotels of Cairo,
is told that tho bent and only first-class
hotel is tho St. Charles, kept by
Jewutt Wilcox. Wv do not think
that it is a tait of tint ililtvnf milu-nv
i .. , i .i l. . , ,
i j j i
H.m.u ...... u .,iu.ei h iiauu-uooK ior
July, 1S71, to know that Jewett Wil-
cox, former proprietor of , he St. Charles.
is iuui!iiaiiug among mo nuis oi iew
Kn-rland, but it ought to know, claim-
ing to bts reliable, that the pre.-cnt clcv-
r landlord of the aforesaid hotel is Mr.
Hexlord. Now, when Hand, McNally
iV Co., who, we cannot doubt, nr very I
clever gentlemen, and entortain no mal-
ice toward Cairo, insert tho correct stat-1
is.ics in regard to it in their guide and
hand-hook, it shall receive our heartv
i.iii.miu.n nr. a ri..
hinguiar case or jealousy, which reeen-
tly occurred In Western 'lexus, iselven in
the hi rasso Herald, It seems that a
young man named Chamlos, a natlvo of
Bodies ter, Knglnnd, hud mado lovo to a
i.uuiui iiaii-brecd girl, 10 years or ago.
1 he g rl was half Atiueho and hulf French.
in auuition to lu-r ureat beauty, sho was
itlll.l1l.r...it !...". .... .1
....v...bv..k, 1VUCIU118, iinu as aeitvo anu
alert as an antelope. Who was gentle and
uuuuiiuimu', anu no one suspected her 01
possessing the terrible passion which leal-
ou.y subsequently aroused in her bosom,
llio hngliah lover unfortunately became
acquainted with nwhltei'irl nnim.il U'n.
1 -on .vino was 011 n visit from a .Southern
.11 . . -, ....
tirresUid k fnw iT..7..m 7 n 1
luiwxi a low liotira aitorwnrd. mid con
..HIH H IIOIU III Ilia lif.lrr.41....! til... .......
Mii.T ...U..V4. iii M.inurn i exus, i iinnciMiii river.
t.l .l,,.i hu, WM l:-autifitl and accom- Florida was so called by Ju
'.HU 11, .11. tplniii a ... I .
iior.,tV.. u,lur clnlua Kru,'Ul, proved l.con, 17fil, becauso it was
I was that I 'i. . T i""-"u B" anu r'.uii riurmu.
liutf-V, ll , 1J tbo beauttful .
Wiho.i -r "a beoamq engaged to Miss to ci.iian iiLACK HI
!;Z J -t. On
.i . rt " mu lUlLIllUHKIKal rr I I . I
mtlicrto unduvulonud i.,.ii ' lwlu uou 11 a pint or water lor a
Apache blood vttt rZtl t i iV. T?1 1,ur kll0rt 1 ",0i lhl!,, ,ut il o1 ll,ltil loU"
B furv inThu breast ' tlio .Vm1'. wv; "f be taken It. the hand without bur-
bdlo oAhofor" Armlnuho ".Slfln1 n,MK ' vow(.l with the water to
" revolver, she went to thu'' rJlid V'e ",o X 1 ' If U'" ribbon Is
wr lover, rept softly to 1,1. r u u, ! vury titrty, Ul,. luto tl.o W,,tor and d'nw
hot him' thr,.1, ,.b Wil .ro",.",. "l 'ow,y through the, tlnuor a fow tltno. be-
fined for the nlcht In an old log cabin, In
default of nprHon. Hut Imr 'rletidi rci
cued her, and iho fM to tho wlldorncu,
tlieroto tnko up hor abodo with hot
mother wild kindred.
HOBERTJ. WALKEIt'S DUKL.
TICK TOMAHAWK AS A VINIIICATHIt OF
(Krom the New Orlennr Timer.)
In our cliHptor on duellne. In lnt .Vun.
daV s Mosaic, we omitted un amusing' (n
cldcnt which occured a good iiihiiv ycari
ago between twomon In Miuliilppl, whoie
names nave iiucq bceomo tiUtorlcal In the
annals of this country. "Wo rofer to llobart
.i. aiKeranu uoctor William .VI. (Jwin,
Duke ofaonorrt. An a torcntion occured
between tlictn which led to a challciu'o
from Mr. Walker. 'Walker was n man of
remarkably dlmlnutlvo size, while tlio
Doctor towered llko a giant, with tho
l rown and boneof n London portor. Walk
er was bent on lighting j but tho Doctor
who was naturally a jovial and kind-hearted
soul, did not feel nt all aggrioved to
ward hU adversary.
l!o that as it might, tho Doctor accopted
the challenge, and close tho Indian war-
lomanawK as tils weapon. Tho terms woro
so arranced that on a clven dav tho com
batant wero to bo posted ono hundred
And fifty yards apart, and, at a given sig
nal, to rush past each other, llko knights
in a tourney, flinging their tomahawks in
Tho Doctor caused it to bo bruited abroad
that ho practiced every day in a savannah,
a few utiles away from tho town whero
oo tn resided, jt'iqucd witn curiosity, Mr.
"W'alkor allowed hlmwlf to bo norsuadad
to visit tho spot surreptitiously, and vlow
the achievements of his antagonist. Not so
surrcplu.ously, hot aver, that Dr. (Jwin
was notawaro whoso prying eyes fixed upon
Measuring off ono hundred and fifty
paces from the solitary stump of a plno
tree, tho Doctor bounded with a sprint;
and a yell that would havo dolightod
Chingachook, tho venerablo padro of tho
last of tho Mohcgans; his tomohawk poi
sed high in tho air, a grin of demoniac
lerocity lighting up his strongly-marked
features. A ho ncarod tho stump ho
projected tho missile, with a powerful
sweep of his arm, clean up to th handlo
into tnc sou pine, ana, panung, camo w n
Thcro was something so ludicrously
savagoinall this, that Mr. "Walker and
his companion burst involuntarily into a
fit of laughtor from their ambush.' The
laugh betroyed them; a reconciliation took
place, and up to tho breaking t Jt of tho
Confederate war, and, it may bo, up to
Mr. Walker's death, they wero fast
A hTOKY or THE HELLS.
The bells or tho Cathedral at Limerick
inr, rmi . liv nn Itnlinn. and nlaced in tho
comnnnilo of a convert In Florence. Ho
had put his heart into his work, and be
lieved his bells llio most ineAodlous In tho
world. During tho wars between I rancis
1. and Charles V. ho lost all his sons, and
his wife soon after dying from excess of
grief, tho Italian went to Mantua, and du
ring his absence the bolls were carried off.
W hen no re. ncu anuiounu mom gone
ho was heart-broken, for thoy wero his on
ly consolation. Uo determined to wander
over tlio cartn unni ne ncovoreu mem,
and so, staff in hand, ho set out upon his
almost hopeless pilgrimage uno summer
day uftor sunset, in 1 659, as tho talois told,
a gray liaircu man was seen in a ooai on
tlio Hhanno.i. l.tnicus anu uosponuent no
took no notice of unylmng until the bolls
of the Cathedral pealed out on tho soft
oveninu tur. Ho was young ugnln. He
tccognized his long-lost and long sought
bells; and lifting his hands in gratitude
to Heaven, his soul went forth with a pray
er on his lips.
ITEMS KOK HOUSEKEEPERS.
Do everything in its proper time, and
keep everything in its place.
Always mend clothes befuro washing
tiodn will blench; n spoonful is enough
fornkcttlo of clothes,
fe'avo your suds for garden plants, or
to harden yards where sandy.
Wash your tea travs with cool soap, pol
ish with a little Hour, and with a dry cloth.
A iiot shovel held over burnished furni
ture will take out white tpots.
A little cluo desolved in skim milk mid
water, will restore rust void crape.
Jtihhoria of iiiiv kind should tin wnalu.il
in cold soap suds and not rinsed.
If your Hat irons nre rough, rub them
well with lino salt, and it will inuku them
If you nro buying carpet for durability
you must choose lino figures.
A bit of soap rubbed on the hinges of
doors will prevent their creaking.
.Scotch snuff put on thu holes whero
crickets come out' will destroy them.
AVood ashes and common salt, wet
with water, will stop the cracks of a sUve
and prevent tho smoko from escaping.
Green should bo tho provaillng color of
bed hangings and window drapery.
A sheet of llnely Perforated zinc substitu
ted for a pane of gluts in one ef tho upper
sipiarcsofa chamber window, is the cheap
est and best form of vontilator that can bo
THK NAMES OF STATES.
t .i . .. .
jieiawaro was no caueu in no, iroin
Dol.twaro Hay, on which it lies, and which
received its namo from Lord LaWarr,
Ji'Vit 'celled In honor of
Henrietta .Mario, queen of Charles I., In
"i !mlnnl 10 J'orU "it'ro, .lunu HOth.
Virginia was so called in 1584, after
'?"e-Ui, " 'lyucn f Lnglaiid.
I'll ml in is tiriiu cwttillml thn L'pkiiaI.
hn 15.51 j honor of Klnir Charles IX. of
0f Klni'u II.
Alabama was bo called iu 1817, from its
Slpi hs so called in 1800, fro...
Us western boundurv. Mississinnl Is said
l" u0"010 H "o "vor, that is, tho
riYur lurineu ny mu union oi manv.
I.niltnllintt U'lifl ail nttllml tn li.mrt rf
honi, xiv. of Franco.
Tetinesssea was so called in 1700, from
its principul river. Tho word Tonnossce
is said toslenify 11 curved spoon.
Kentucky was so called in 178'J. from
Its principal river.
Illinois wassocallod in 1809 from its prin-
eipnl river. The word is said to siiMiify
Blvor of men.
Indiana was to called in 1801!, from the
. -...l. '
Ohio was so called in 1802, from its south
Missouri was so called In 1802, from its
Michigan was so culled in 1802 from tho
luk on its lin.iiW
Arkansas was so callod in 18H. from its
an ponco Do
Take an old kid glove, no matter how
- i.w.u aiiuiiuii.u. Auur ciAHnini. i.n
piocu 01 pa pur ovur mu riooon, una iron
- Vancr U u tti.e ttum clctl.
I " .. " . l V
1 . " - - .
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS IIP. MOVED VnOM rEHftY HOUSK
II KICK BUILDING on SKVKNTH ST.
01T0SITE WINTER' !,t.0Kl
UK HAS MAHKKD DOWN PHICES
TolhpnrtliTlBK figures, nnj he invites Hit
pfttronnxe of tho public.
COB N KB SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntram-o on Hiitli-..!.,)
K. J. 0k, )
II. U.Ca.lr,, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
K. II. LodHick, )
OAKK, CADT A CO. Proprietor".
Oppoalte the Poatofflce , on Hixth Street Utwn
Waihlngton and Commercial avenue',
r.r ,,.'1,'' h.M bMn horouhtr OTer-bauted,
.-..vu o..u itnuwm. unci in now open ior
llio 1 reoeption of giieita. Tho rooma are ail largo
nu wen Tenillalod, and fuahiluro new. Hatch
COMSf ERCIAL-AVKNUK, OrPOSITK P. O,
joskpii liAYLiss, : :
The House is Newly Fuhnished
And offers to tlio public llrat-clait accommoda
tions ai reaaoaauie raiee.
BOAT S TO EES,
O R 0 C E R I E a ,
Ohio Levee, :::::: Cairo, III.
oauris raovrtLT mini.
G. 1), WILLIAMSON,
COM MISSION M KRGIIA NT,
No. 7tt Ohio l.evee,
: a in o, 1 1, 1. 1 n 0 i h.
lr-Hpeclal attenlioa Klven to Conrtgnmenta
and hlliin: tirdera.
UHOCKRIKN AND DHY fJOODN.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
llin just recelred a beaty stock of Uoota and
n.iui'H, Hosiery and Iullonn,
OB SALE FOll CASH VERY CHEAP
o ! h:is a fine s toek of Family Groceries oi
HRNEB SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER-
Liverpool, New-York and 1'hll.tdelphla
I'.NUtU CONTBaiT WITH UNITI1I BTTt ADD aatTISB
For Currying the Mails.
FOll PASSAGE TICKETS
na ri'KTiua iNioaMXTtox
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aut.,
ISO Broadway, New York, or to
II . II o 11 1 t ,
iU Washington Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
FOB SALE, Jjrgji. FOR SALE,
FOR SALE. J ForrsMii I FOB HALE.
. 1 rornHio 1
LE. ) ForHio I Ft
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry,
Faro from Olasoow,
Faro from Queknstown
TO CAIRO, ;:::::! s $48.:
Harford, Morris Jt Candee , AKetits.
HOUSE MOVER ANU BUILDER
la prepared to do all kinda of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
REiAlRINO OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
ox Tiic most aaisoNjtiiLK Ttans.
OUDEUH left at the realdoneo o Mr, Keana.lv,,
on Outer atreet. next door in thu V .ilw.M
I li?J!,Sf;ri.1.,il,r'"Jf.""1 10 'ort of 1. 7). Box tW1
1 u'hn. ',u,,,ln otaii will receive prompt atUu.
1. H. CAHt.KK
No. Pub. and U. B. Octn.
K1BK, HULI OABOO, LIVK STOCK,
: J i '
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
I I A.,
1 r ... 1
Assela.. .'. 5,7&1,(X) CO
Assets.- 2.MS.V10 It
niCKNtX, HARTFORD, ,
Asset t,7l,H8 SC
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Asncta.. 1,1,108 17
Af MtJ S1S.O S3
Asset MS,7I U
AMERICAN CSSNTRAL, Up,
Asset 00,000 OJ
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LI FX, ,
Assets ,...,OUO,000 00
TRAVELER'S, UARTFORO, LIT St AND
Assets... SOU, 000 Ot
RAILWAY I'ASSENOERa' , AMURANCK
Asseta ........M0.3 C4
SAFFOKD, MORRIS & CANDEK,
71 Okla 1xr,
City National Basic, CAIRO, jLD.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 3ST S XT A. 3ST O ES
KIAOARA, N. Y.,
OKRMAKIA, N. T
HANOVZH, X. Y.,
Asm! . flS.SCJtW
RKPUI1LIC, W. Y.,
Asaet .....7U,15 00
Comprising thn Underwriters' Agency.
YONXKR8, N. Y,
Aaset 67S.VM IS
Asseta ......M,m S
FIRXMF.N'8 FUND, ft. Tn
A Rrldrtaatf Mft tHa M tBaeaCTiOOO Cl
SECURITY, N. Y. VARINE,
iets l,i,itV W
TORK, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and Cr
i Koea. Iniurod at rates sli faTOrsMo aa ourul.
permanent socurity will warrant.
i rsapecuuiiy aaic oi mo ciuseoa oi uairo. a
ahare oi their patronaie.
. n, nuuniiii,
Office at First National Bank
Use theee onlr. and save timo. heallh and
money, ll.Ouo reward lor any case of disease, in
any aiafewnicn iney lan 10 euro.
DR. RICHAU'S DOLDEN BALSAM,
Nos. 1 and Z, ara Jie greatest alteratives known.
DR. KJCIIAU'HOOLLIEN EL1XIB D'AMOUIt
is the greatest tonic and astringent in the meal.
Dlt. RICHAU'S OOI.DEN ANTIDOTE
la tha onlv reliable diuralie.
Theae remedies ara not adverttiod to cnraall
complalnU, and beaerlt none: botaracoarantiied
toeffetta radical and apeedd cue in all cases for
which tney are recoinmenaea, inn an outer
treatment hae railed.. Tens or uiouaanaa yearly
recover ny meir uae, who u.io turn n m
been pronounced as incuiable by the best of our
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. I. cures ulcers, ulcerated aora throat and
mouth, aoro eyes, cutaoeoua eruptions, copper
colored btotolies, aorenesa of the acalp, acrolula.
etc. It la tbe great at renovator, alterative ana
blood purifier known, reinsvea all mercury fronf
the avstem, and leaves the blood pure and
Dlt. RICHAU'0 OOI.PEN BALSAM,
M. o A.tr.a m.rn.irlal aflAllnna. rheumatism In
all its forms, and gives Immediate) relief in, all
cases. , ( ,
DR. ItICHAU'8 GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical cure for all urinary derangements,
Price, fi per bottle.
DR. RICHAU'8 GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR,
. .1. .1 rnt.Mrn.ia nr aenaral dabtlitr. In
old or young, impartlnf energy with wonderful
enect. . v.-
On reoelpt of pHcel tt reaiedtaawlll be ship-
, ... irnmnt atuintion nam vo an
correaponrnta. None genuine 1 without lhe name
if OR. ItICHAU'8 OOlDEN REM1SOIE8. 0. 15.
Ricuiaos, aole proprietor," blown In glean of
Circulara sent. Trade supplied M liberal ills.
CO."'"- .. IT..I.I. .1 M VI
Adure'. v r i"v"mi v ai.v"Mi .
ewtlend money, by eapreae. or order. d
ihreughyour Druggist, and you, will rnear.witu
ALLEN, MULKEY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, 1
John il. Mulkey, r
url'arllcular attenlioa paid to river and ad
OFFICE BOOMS 7 ANU 8 WINTER'S BLOCK
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
"ri, ttAIKO, ILLIN01H
William 11 Uilbert,
. tverflpaclal atleuiion given to Admiralty aid
Steamboat bualuea. r V
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND O OYER
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
w. it. Monnis,
tx n-LL auat
AT-BAKCLAYS' DRUG STORK.
ttttm flemt, Uaiit, ,
t . .an anr,,OB rs witnon raoeaia
. At Hakcijiys'.
K L H I O L I)
GRAPH f.CATAWJJA. ' t QHAPK 1 PILLS
i CATAWnA 1. ORAl'K
GRAPE (.CATAWBA ) i Iorapf. ) PILLS
AXV ALL or
Fnr.Slt FROM FIRST HAND!,
Always lo stock In laiK anppl, and for h
PEE3H SlaTJE ZiXCIC
, -J A. ..
for IUI by Ike CIIsum, Bolllr or Uallass
Extra Fine Coloone;
Genuine Imported "Extracts;
Hair. Tooth and Nail TIkukhich;
'India Rubber Nursery Uoo'
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Rest grades In large, stock and va
riety, Tory cheap;
Full Line of Colors,
nav axo i oil;
I'alnt Ilruehes, I.lnsoed Oil,
Whitewash V iihca, Turpentine,
Varnishes Etc. etc.,
ALL aiXOf ADD STANVAaD (It'ALITItS
OEHEIAL A Oat NTS).
rrivrmiv nn Amnnrio
I1A lilil IJJ 1 IjIYU I IlfilUl.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
H K ROM A NTH,
DEALERS" IN. FLOUR;
And AgentK of
Obla Rlr sunt Kanawb
70 Ohio Levke,
tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
jreil.H OATEM, ProprleUr.
KM C immercial Avenue, CA1UO, I LMNOIrt
T)1LLIARD saloon furnished with live h-at ol
X) tablea and bar supplied with winec, liquors
anu cigara oi wv hiwi. mauui..
SAMPLE BOO HVE S ,
Vr. roiurteeaUa. Ml. hmI l'em
fnlTZGERALD'S Sample Itooma are atooked
t with tiure ImDorted wines. Ilnuora andclirars.
and are dispensed from the bar in flrst-claaa
atyle. Theie is no baiter establishment In South
ern Illinois, ana none oeuer atocaeu. tan aw
test the varioua brands ol wines and liquors.
JOHN HYLAND'S SALOON,
Coraer Tenth Htrect CatuerlI
.OUPEMOU liquor t'i.
1 1 (li 1 1 ui vt--r i j . iatLond to In a man
,h,wA nKaSSS sTteturm All hli liquora.
flSrZi'ZdK of ten ordinary
i " . . . l. aF si..t ..i...a.
Kr7S,k tTri imsanu.
uaiakBi ininm an iflinn tun ixiBi ui iiiaa Liiuiue
IIOOItH, S.AHII, liTCi
W. W. THOIUNTOX,
BLINDS, WINDOW CLASS,
Nil I. NU MM,
Offick on Tenth St.,
Ilelweeu ('oiiiiiterYlnl mim! Wskahlsssrlaii
A veil it vt.
AOKNTO lor Hock Itlvei Paper OnmpanVa
.. !!',l'lng Felt and Claarll Cement. "
and improvwl liooling alaay on
blALia la ,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot every deecrlplion,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAB POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on shortest notice.
Conuncrcial-av, bet. 10th and lltli-sts.,
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN B. B.
On and after Monday, April 2lh, 1X71, trains ll
run av loi.owaz
vatias sotao pocvhsasv.
Leave Virginia CtO a.m... ........ 12:U p.m.
ppringnvi.i " .......... .ja.
Tavlorvllle l':S ' . tM "
Arrive at Pana .lLtti m. ... 6:17 "
i.. . ....
I. . .. . v. J
.,3 14 u in.
wave rana..... .........:". a.tii ,
' I T.ilof.il i. :17 "
Arrive at Virginia. Ji.tt
vaaiaa oolio soctusast.
Lrave Knlaewood.. &-.30 a,m. ......10;10 a,m,
I ' Flora......8:'.i " .....U:tU
Arrive at bliawneetown3:Up m . 1:15 p.m
vaAlxs noiao aoavawaaT.
Leave Bhawnetown..6-.lSa.m . ..I0i.ni
" Flora -IM " M...7.lJ "
Arrive at Edgewood. t.l " -.S.20
Theo-.so a.m. train irom r.iKewooj, ru unij
w..r..ua Wailm.aSava aiul Vridavs. and S:4Sa.tn.
train from KhawneetOHn on Tuesdays, Thura-
tH)nnrCIH AIHIKUU Willi wKltPeUr IU"
of Chicago tvnd Mum Hiilrutd. ftr Jicksncrill,
At ripriuutlflJ, with ChkAao dJ AltOD, mi-i
wrt ami weal. ,
At Pana ullli Ind. and St. J.oule, and Illlnola
Central lUilroaJ for nil points eaat, aoulli and
At hMnewood wltli Ctilcago Division imnuia
At Horn, wltli Olilo aid Mississippi naiimaj.
Atrthawneetoan. wltb ateamboala for Cincin-
OKLAN1) SMITH. Qeo'lSup L
Jouw FoojiTT.Oen'l rr'gt ami Tieaei ig-r.
CO A I. AND WOOD.
WOOD AND COAL
FM. WARD la prepared to deliver itio uei
, Flro Wood and otono Coal
IN ANY PART OF THE CITY,
And In any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $4.50 per ton
nVVinKilr Reerwart. Orth A Co.'a stove.
two dour above the corner of Eighth atreet and
Commercial avenue. deceit .
DOUBLE-ACTING WINDOW LOCK
hansel's patent the only reliable
WINDOW VAST OUT.
"B B e
- CP a
BERLIZHEIMSR & CATIN,
Bote ownera of tho Territories of the BUtea ot
lllinole, Wisconsin and Iowa; and
Agents for1 other BUtos,
General Office-90 W abhington-i
iph .r.Mralimail. Dronrietora of tli DliLl'uml1
WmaiY IlutiariH. havo jut received an aas.irt
mcnlot the latest style- of .Job, Printing Him,
and have now onof iliomostcoinplele JobollWa
-,-,h marKmotli'iioster. and- at- o:w.
WlUch lw wfilTour bu.fne..,m.n no gold ea.
i ..... r.. aaiiri tin iiiaif unm ui mi. miiiii. .i iii'iii
nail or Ohicagor J0. II. OBKItLY CO
cuio lot viihihb sh" : : . -l: i:t':i