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OUBRLV & CO.,
IIOOII,AM)'N-
To Debilitated Persons!
Dyspeptics I To Hntluers from Liver Com
plaint l ro those having do Appetite I
To those with Hroten Down
Constitutional
l-trotn People I Tu Children Wauling Away I
10 any wiin Debilitated Dlgcillvo
Organs!
I Ntirrrrlnarwlthaityiiri.ip Following
Ti mjiloiiiN,
Inch Indicate Duostirnri, Llvw onHTOMAcri !
Such ni Con
stlpstiun, In aril
Piles, Hum or
of Hie Stomach, Nausea,
Hpsrthiirn, Di.j,-i, lor'oo.l, Full.
ne or Welir it m I . ni.,m.,.l. ..,
Ir.rucitallons. blnLin
11 or thi HtoiiiMli. Hmininin'ol thi Hind,
rip. I ip fi iff....ii n..Aii.j. ....... ..'
i . i ;""", """ rmueringni Hi
rt Ciioklngopiiiii.neatlngreniaiioii whn lir
Jim Pnsturp. turnup.. ..I V,.i li.
tl before. Hip Hlirlit. l-'pt-pr .! n.'.n ,.i
in Ilia H...I r I.
I rrllownesiofthehklnanil Eves, Pain '
... mo nmr-, ,iai'K ,,iPj, J,irnl,
He . Hi.lden Hulic of llml,
IJurn n In the Hwh, fun.
Hail Iinatf kmriKK of
KtiI, nti'l Oreat
llepie.slon of
ripirits,
I JKLA.VD'S G HUMAN BITTERS
Vittrn without Alcohol or tyn'ritt of
uiii kind.
Meient from nil jtl.ers. t' m lOwpo.Pd of
Klelll or lt.ll I'rinpil.lp III' lif.nti
I and links, Or,ampdlclnilly e.med, Ex.
,)l!ipw:r iile.snr inert portion of the n-
ni. nil hp ng hum. Tliere'nrc, In one bot-
111 1 i pr mere. 11 coota'ned an .nuclr
"i.ii 1 1 o a nm 00 ioiiu'I 111 nsvi-isi xal
c n ry mixture 'hp ioo.,el(; ti.pd
e na.e-rnwn in r,priiinitv ,ii,. hi
llr i r 1 in Ihatroitntrv ny n vlfn
a., j .;wawii to i1 n innuii.. -.orr
i .) e .,iev am . oinioiiood art fiot.
o hi i k'lui.uou lrille.ii Ilia
I mo .,) O.'l'-t lOim uruetl 1:4 n.t
.'r .No ilr .n tor . iniil.nl ihui .n
I frr.In uip r 1: tnev PAntifii inab.. 1. 'tihk.
ml cannot 11 r. r ir cir-uinlaii ri hate
U benedt- al rfc? .
lOFLAND'ri 0 KKMAN TONIC
omnoan'le.l fcr Iho.e not tnelme'l to ox.
b'. m n. an 1 . nTmlt.fl Tur 11 n in rM..
ire at 0 c m il. i.rw.im..
Liu u te'lc- t twn'Hin the ltl:ii-r.
tc: lac r 1, , lODtain o ip loltl-ot
ie t ir.i n' 1 x. , .1 n. e S t . 1 A Cllt Z
"nilrlT? j ji n ii a .ii.Mt.ii- 1 in., tn ri.
IjitlerntV 0 e p. , 1. urn oin.
IK a t fir' n.l n?rrUi. am!
lit In t, if in! ;. ni'l ( uJwi.nlnT llir medio
Irtuea 01 the li 1 er. 'Ife p r ol the
ji l V) pfr bo le, nhic 1 many iwraona
ii" 11 1. niri nin"i inre id.o roniu'r-
11 it . rnir'st it'll i nnraifril 10 le
le p ai If, A poor r e ou'il ii li'i
.Ue.l' IMr It, PI lull U llnn..i-rln
I.I l moie jil h k 1 kuM' r 'p? A
nl prepirai on klni'li ton e n non but
InKfllPnt" ; and .'ri ,io expert to ob.
hean romionnl 1 1 1 ..pnphHi-ii hv 11.
tat certainly be e!ipteJ,
23:ooXjj.2rr)'s
RMAN BITTERS;
01
110 or i. a Mi'h
TOITIC;
wttu
LANDS rODOPHYLLIN TILL
will cum: you.
lire tln (.'rrnlrat Itlooil I'lirlll
II
em limit 11
I Helical world, an-' will pradlentp illeea.ea
tun from 1 in piiru I1.00.I, Debility of the
TeitrK'in, or inpaen i.iver,
in a .norii-r i.inn man any
oilier knonn rem.
lle.
Irholo Funreme Court of IVnn.vlrnnu
r tneH r'tnedira Who would at for
nlfled anl f ImnKrr tPitimony ?
orue w. ooiiwan, lorrneriv tmet JU9
tho Hupietne Court of I'mti'TlTanla, t
liirmlxT ol Congret Irotn l'cnnylra
UtP!
I'h adelnhla. JUrcli le. IH.7.
I f'iofl.ni' (irrman llitten. u ukoii'I tonic,
illnra.ra or the iI;kc.Iiip orsunii and or
1'i.fll in CJK'5 ol iliLtlilv and want of
I iv. lion In Hi- tem. Voun-.trnlv,
(iEOlli'ihV.'.WOOllWAIlI).
I iff Thomp.nii, Cnlef Ju.tico of tho Hu
I. Court of
VnnlTnla 1
l'hil.idflphla, April 1CT.
drr Itooflind'a (ieruian llutura a Talua
lue incac of atlHi'ka nf Indifcellon or
.1, I can cctllfi tlua Iroin my viil-
It, loun, with reaeei.
JASl 1,1 1 inuir.vu.'v,
rce Sharrwood, Jimliceof the supreme
f I'ennM'lTmui
' lin.l..l.1..l.n linn ICm
I, lllll'.. I J'l.l H. w .1...' a , v-.v.
found hy experience that Uouiland'a
iiiutera is a tcry ku'-i luuii., rvnrYiuK
II ayinpioini aim ainirecu,
' 1 . : I'lillri 1. ..II 1 uctrni itl
1 iii.wii.il. Him 1..11 v 1 ..
. 1". Itojer.", Major ol the City of lluf.
1 . !
1 Major'a Odlee. Ilullalo. Juno 22, IMP.
uinl llr.on.iinre livrman IHUitk nnd
Iny tamily iluring ini'piiai jear, and can
lid tlii'in aa nil rxci'llriit tome, impart,
tnd TiKor to the etati'iii. Their uo haa
ucllvu 01 iieciuemy eneiici.'ti rnerit.
W.M. K. ItOOKKS.
c M. Wood, ex-Mojorol Wllhaumport
;reat iileiimiro In reeotnmonilinR Hoof.
111.11 Toiiiu tu rev uuh i.hr. m.v hpnl
I'll I'r'p I" a. I lull tin lljejiep.in no
1;n iinpo.HltilK keep any I00U on my
lAnill liectwiie. .u neuK 111 nui 10 u auio
Malf n mile. Two uoinea or Tonlo ef.
Mdectcure, JA3IK-S M. WUOD.
H
Inliorthut Iloolland'a (Jermnn llitterK.
Ktc,
lUnd'a Oerman Ionic, will euro tery
lIDS. OK WASTIXO AWAY OF TIIK
l 111111V.
.hcr that IIooilnnil'M Oermnn Ilemo.
a iiii'diL'MPi 5"" rmjiiirc 10 puruy ine
It e the orHU l.llt'r licnnuy hi: iuu,
ii'o roil to liana ritlilr tlirmn;li nny
l!imil exporo.
)U, IIOOI'I.A.MI'N
DOPHYI1I1IK
Buuitltuie icr nicreury run.
IS A HOSK. The most powerful, yet
ent, Veetuhle Cullinrllu kiiomii.
neeeHry to take n Immlliil nt thee
duce thuilelreil clloct. -o or tiirm
n.i iwiuri.tfiillv. cleniiiini.' tlio I.llrr.
Ijnd lhiweM, ol nil ImpuiilieJ. The
I inrcuieiii i1 1 ii'ii'p.i j 11 1 H ui hi" ii"'"
1 . l .. ...lt.L .. ulii.'li Id lit' tminv
MCI Ul .! fill'. ... I ........ -v J
I.IK
. ..mrpriul. iietiiiir nnil nenicliinir. tliiin
IiIjo Itself, lm pi'cttlmr netlou in upon
.ion.,1,,1' it miet'ililv from nil nlotruc.
I 'nil tho poer of Mercury. it lieo
o Injurious reeiilU Httuchea tn the uo
liteincs In'whleli 'lio 1190 of n cntliattle
'. thocei'llH win kivu cmirii euiinuc
llnoi. ' l liev NKVl.Il I'AII..
I .,f i.u-pr Cniiinlalnt. Hvinoiuia. nml
lativeneaatl)r. lloollaiiil'ii (Jvunuli Hit-
I lie, shuilld bo ' n 'oniitcuon wiiu
rho tonlo ellect of the Itl ttc-r. or Tonic,
ho ayaU'in. Tho H.ttots, of Tonic, pi.
'ilood, atri'liBtheiia tho liervea, nn
.ivcr, ami (,'ivca aircuKiu, riii'my "
lir Itouols active with lho !'IU, nml
iBJHiein Willi inner, or iuui, umi
Inn retain thnhold, or i vin iirsail ou,
itlint it is Ir lloiilliiiiirird'eriniin Hi in
'nro ao unUor.ully uted mid highly
led! nnd tin nntnllnw tho ilrnuKUt to
,io hike, any tiling vine that hu limy bav
od, hccnuHK ho million a larger prolft
o renicdlewill hHacnt by Kxprenato
upon appliralion to the l'ltl.NCil'Al.
t the (.HUMAN MKDH lNh bTOUK,
"STHKBT, I'lllIiAllKl.l'llIA.
I AH. 31. 1.VANN, l'rorli'Uir.
Former y . M.Jnoksonco.
hllei nr fir le by DnugUt
I an I Ma cluo Uealrrs everywner
PROPRIETORS.
NALOOftft.
EL DOHA DO
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN UATEN, Pre9rftr.
108 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILUNOIiJ
Rest brand of UllfornlaClgareJusl retired,
lill.l.Ultl) Salftnn fMrr.l.l,.l .lk IL. .. .1
ml Pin ir. f . f( ,rn,,.
FITZOERALD'S
SAMPLE EOOMB
Cor. Fnr(rrntb Ht. and Cam
' mrrclnl .Itcuiir.
IITOir.ltAf.bS ample Ilooma are alocked
J? With Mire ilnliflrto.l iln.. I ....I i..
."'! nr".1'"l"'"i,'l. from tho kur in (lratlani!
" etiiMisiunditinHoutti'
Tn HI noln. anil noun lxttr tr.iL.i ivn k.i
"i win virion nranua 01 wiora an l liouora.
JOHN HVLAND'S SALOON,
Comer Trnfb Nrtwi Rn4 foatmcrrlnl
rmf,
SIJPKIHOH Ifiuora, twer. al.-, ., aint fragmnt
llatanu alwaya on naad. Them itelrm Je
tlhttiilliPTraKealioull not lail to call and entoy
Ihi'iii. Al thir want will lx.nl Unl to in a man
lier that will wanr-ni a lelurn All hia lloaorf,
win a. cfjram lia been aelected with area
are and critical taa e.
rrjtlUTCKE.
11. 8. HARRELL,
D10ALER IN FURNITURE
QUEENSWAKE,
HOUSE FUltNISHINO GOODS
HAR FIXTURES,
GLASSWARE,
18o & 187 Commercial Avenue
CAIRO, ILLIKOIH.
latOCKHIIX AND DRY OIMM.
WILLIAM KLUGK,
ium ta
FAMILY GROCERIES,
' DRY-OOODS,
NOTION'S, HOOTS AND SHOES,
HAT8 AMD CAR; KTC
Haa juit r'CPlted a heavy atoci of Hoota and
i-hop., lloaiery and .Notlont,
I'OK SALE FOR 0A8H VERY CHEAP
Hp alio haa a fine Hock of Family Groceries oi
eery kind.
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER
UIAL-AV.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
IMIOIlM, NANII. KTCl
-00 TO-
W. THORNTON'S
1
RUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13J TKNTII 8TREIT,
CAIRO ILLINOIS,
tor
Doors, NmaU, nilads. Xoaldjag.,
IUivoJtittrnt,(TrncMl) Window nod Dooot
rrnniCN, I'loorlnt;, I.lh,
.Milniclr, filnard Nn-h, Olaced ISIdo
Mslita, Glnsed TrnBsoms,
Nnali n'elclita, Hash I'nlllei and. Cordi,
llllnil I'antenlnsa, RooflBf
Fell, II 00 tine; Cement, nattering
Papor, Carpet Fell, White
I.rnil, I.liiKpd Oil, American Window
Jlni, EnirlUli and Francli
I'lnto t.Insa, I'utlj, Olaslcr'n Polnfa,
KPrer IMpi-i Patent Chlinneyn,
Ktr.,
Etc.
AOENTS ior Itoek HlTet Paper Company'a
Hheathine Felt and Quarli Cemont.
II. W, John's ImproreU Kooflnx alwayt on
nnd.
8TEAS1 DO ATM,
MOUND CITY AND CAIRO
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt, William H. Sandusky.
WILL HIKI
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
DKTWIEN
CAIEO .jtT3D CITY
Lkaye Cairo,
inoT or EiiiiiTit hulli,
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 r.M.
At 5 P.M.
Lkaye Md, City,
wiuarioiT,
At 8.30 A.M.
At. 11.30 a.u.
At 2.30 r.u.
At 0.30 r.u.
WILL LAND. AVIIEN HAILED,
AT THE
1I0X FACTORY, HAWK'b LANDING", KT,
MOUTH OK CACUK, MARINE WAYS,
AND NAVY YARD.
CENTRAL HOUSE.
Opposite tho Pntotnce,onBixth Street between
Washington nnd Commercial avenues,
CAIRO, ILLS.
This homo has been thoroughly over-hauled
refurnished and renovated, nnd in now open fo
tho n-ccptlon of guests. Tho rooms are all large
nnd well ventilated, and fuahitiire new. (Catch
kept night andday, MU9. GAFFNEY,
Proprietress.
CAIRO,
THE BULLETIN.
COMMERCIAL.
Moxdit Errjuxo. Oc oli' l. Ml
Tho wock opon: on n gonorally quid
marxes. Alio qurantlno at Nuw Orlcini
Cllt OtT tho domiml Imlnw nnil Linni iIia '
grain market at a UniJ'.llI. Lato advice
from that city Indicate tbe early removal
of what It considered tho unjunt and un.
necessary restriction on trade. "When this
shall havo been done buslnefs at this point
will take a new start, and an active mar
ket will bo looked for.
FLOUR Tho market ii quiet, but verv
firm.
Sales were
73 bbls. low super , $J.26
034 " vnrloui grade", on order,
$4.607.BO
150 blil various rndt'i, on orders,
$4.7'fa7.CO
80 bids various prude, on orders. ...4.7o
IflO " choice 5.00
100 " good... 6.60
135 "i XXX i C.26
160 . good family 7.00
CORN There If litslo doing In tho
market
ales! were
2 car,jblgh mlscd, in bulk, on trok...43o
OAT8 Aro In light dinuad. . ,Tho av
orago p'rlco to-day Wa 41c In'ackJ. ' Sides
were
1 car, la bulk, on UttV- RC o
5 car, mixed, In bulk, on truck 05 c
3 cnrV, mixed, In bull;, on track,
Jarly last week 80 c
8 caw, mixed, In bulk, on t.ack,
5rly last week 3CJc
1 curl whltd, in bulk, on track, ear
ly last week 37 c
1 car, in sacks, de).. iUQjl'l c
C can, part white.in sacks, on trade, 42 c
135 sacks, black, del 45 c
HAY. Rules firm nnd uichangcd.
Sales wcrjr:,
I car, niixed, on track $1G 00
1 " ." slightly damaged del 18 00
1 " red top, delived 18 00
6 " , timothy, delivered... 20 00
2 " choice, delivered. ... 21 00
CUTTER Tbe markei wrs fair and
well supplied.
Sale wee:
20 nkctj
22a25c;
EGGS-
Are in fair damand, at lower
prices, bales were , .
700 dozen, shippers count m22a25c
CHIOKENS-Uncbaged..Sae.'wcre:
12 coopt, mised 2 25a3 26
1 coop ducks .... 2 00
30 dozen, springs....; 1 00a2 25
MEjVL In good demand nnd prices
tend upward. Sales were
75 City Steam Dried 2 60ai C 00
POTATOES Dull, with plenty in tho
market at $2.50 a 3.U0 per bbl. Sales
wcro
50 bblj 12 50
260 bbls, del 2 76
PORK Tho market is unchanged.
Sales were
10 bbls. mess $M CO
FRUIT Apples aro dull; Peaches are
still in tbo market, of an inferior quality,
prices ranging at $1.60 a 2.00. Sales were
00 bus. Apples $2.75 a 3.00
TIIK.FOI.I.OWIXU 1KETIIE WIIOLK.
nale ihicen of this hahket,
fbom first iiandn, on ubdekn,
ink3iali. i.otn, iiiuiikr piiicem
mvnthi: iaid.
Butteri
SOo to i3s I Ordinary
ISennai
Choice..
..IS to IS
Prime Wlile..
Common .
Cioice Navy
Broomn
Common Home, per dot..
Cnoice to itra "
H. II.
-i i'.loJM
75 to 3 iS
A 00 10 s w
Benwai and Tallow t
Bewai.........aJ tu 40o I Tallow. to lio
Candteat
Ptlck V lb U)i to 18c I Fancy V n......2i to V
Qum lrop....j5io:
Clieeae i
New York Factory Ohjo a lfc
Crackemi
Extra Bne Soda Vlb...7o I Kda W lb Co
Mutter ...UUo 1'ionle )ic
Sujrar 11 to 13o ' ainger....ia to ISc
ConVet
Uio Commcn V Ib..l74a I Kio Fair V lb.!7K to ISf
Java .7S to Stic Laguayra. 21
E'O Prime to Choice S0tn2l
Wolden JU0.- ... 22i23
Flour
Choice Famlly....7 Ca7 sa I XXXX 7 to
XXX 8 S0-1-XX ...5 74
X - S 01 1 Mupur 4 2J
(iraim '
WHEAT. Cnnico White I 1 V bi 1 u
i. 1 20
" lied " 1 " ,'.Z 1 20
I 4 J jo
11 .Meiliteranian 1 Ik', In 1 is
No aale fur lough or damp wheat.
COUN. Mixed l Im . ... 43 to 45c I
Willie V bit IS to 50
OATS Cliciicn ' New 3.W!(i. '
HAY Choice Timothy baled ou ir:K.. 21 u.i 1
eiraium 17 to yj w 1
Sllxed choice ' " I8IO201
Mean
Corn K. D per bbl j uu", 00
Onlona anil I'otiiloeai
Onions 2 AO to 2 75 j 1'otatoea per bbl 3 (
tills 1
Linseed raw I 5tol 13 I Linseed b'l d t 08 to 1 1 1
Machine...- 45 to 7fnj Neatafoo CJ lu Si io
White lead deflanco per 100 lb 10 00 to 11 no 1
no uoiuer uo uimioiaiK)
Puity...
6J4to7c
Poultry 1
Chickens live spring per dos .
.2 00 to3 P0
3 (10 to 4 (0
old liens
Noap and Candle t
SOAP-Palm to 7
Oerman mottled 7toS
Castile American 1 12 10 15
" Imported 18 to 20
CANDLES Star llor He
" mil weight 20to22u
Prnvlilans t
LAllIi In tierces jier Iti retiued. 1C) to II
iu itega iiyt 11, ia
IIAMS Sugar cured "
Countrv 11
WA 10 11
..... to 10
UcalOo
Ideal lo
Hhoulders bacon "
Clear aides ." .
Ribbed 11
Hall 1
Kanawha per bbl. ...3 60 1 lulry pr bbl 3 50 to 4 00
Hide 1
Oreen Vlb 60 1 Dry Flint
IS, '
Sheep pelts ea 25tol Co 1
liureu ' ivm
Green Calf V lb 10o
Cured " " lJc
Hardware 1
Nails 19 to CO, 450 rates.!.
4 CI
iron uoinmon uar v if
aiuie
li lbl9...
1
i.M,i ojic 1
... . . .. I ov i ani'r.itn irit nt rnsiui'uuu 111 air. itri nrui, , uie mini ami iioieill 1 iirHI vea. tnov strike m
PlowHteel w lb....... uji J on Center Htreet, next door to thunowsehool nn je at tha rruiU ut the matter,, tune uu (ha aiY
Spring bttel, LngliiiliV lb 11 tol:kj ho ise, 1 r mldrea.eil totheeaij. bf P. O. Ilox 14- (em, arre.t the discharges, and Impart vlgoread
CarrlsguBptincs common W b 1CK to U1 fortliB llulletiii olliev, will revoivo prompt alien uiiery,lln lltlit to Hie entire niani Tfiev'
warrauted ' IsJJtoluJJs nn. have tiired thuuiands of case. , Ptlo. 15 par
VI,U,Nol.h'fbb.,..Tr,ouNolh'fbbl...to, ' " rT
Herring Lake h'f bbl I Ilerr'ir " WhxMtobOe rtOOKS. ramrhlels. briefs. omIjIokiipb. neae'l rwrsiutrl' bax. b!d an all dntaUl4viAU.
Mackerel No 1, kila. ...1 73 to 11 ts D papers, tix lists, nml evry variety of eitou. by mnlonioelpt ol price,. tAUiUeea lfissaahrsv' 1
" I M to 1 'sTvo printing contracted' for, and promptly and . Hpecidi) lioineonathlo Medicine Co., ua Bread
" " 1 " -.1 SStii 1.10 ,ll .tiiIp.1. iii thx llnllfct it l.nnlt. Inti. wv. V. V. r O uhtmil
..I to to T IX (
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1871.
NOTICE.
Uurtoii t'nL IUiLin Co.,
ARt.'i Office, Ulro, HffU 'it, "71. J
To jperi6nj wlihlng to attend tho St.
I Louis fair, to bo hold at St. Loult from Oc-
tober 2d to Ootober 7, wo will Mill excur-
1 ilon tlckcU to St. .Louts find return for
i 7.20.
if
Salo of tickets will comtnenco" jOotobtr
1st and dlicontlnuo October Ctb. Tickets
good until October 10 (Inclusive.) To
persons going with stock, or articles for
exhibition wo will iituc tickets on nnd af
ter September' 27th.
James Johnson, Agent.
iept2gjiw.
BREVITIES.
Tne most popular shoe shop tn town'
Is on 20th street opposite the Court bouse
hotel, where Wm. Ehltrs manufactures
booU nnd shoes for his customers, warrant
ed to bo of the best French, calf, kip or
morocco, and wMch ho guanralees to give
entire satisfaction. Call oni him and you
will know how it Is yourself. JyOtf
Mr. F. Rose has removed his, tailoring
establishment to his now store, at No. 104
Commercial avenue. !He kneps on hand a
splendid assortment of piece giiodi which
be will make up for liis ciutoraers in a
manner wi.rrar.ted to suit. Ho. employs
only the best workmen, and gives his
person tl attention to tho btiilneii Per
fect flu guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Coll arid acu him. aug31m
The Chicago Beer Saloon, "Win.
Schick, proprietor, Nos. 20 and 28 Kigh'th
tticet, Is a favorite place of resort with all
lovers of Weiss' Reer, Liquors of every
description, and aU kinds ol, foreign and
home Viuci. No ordinary liquors art
dispensed at the bar of the saloon only
tho very best, and guests find in attea'd
anco polite and accomodating waiters. A
free lunch is spread every day at 10
o'clock a.m. aualTtf.
Peter Saup' has opened n brnn newoyi
tor saloon, 102 Commercial avenue, whero'
bo will keep on linnd constantly fresh
oysters, the largest and most delicious (n
tho city,wblch ho will sell tho by case, can'
or dozen. Tho saloon bas been fitted up
with tbo express view of supplying
gentlemen and ladies with a plnco whero
tbey may enjoy a meal of these t6otbsomo
blvalves quletly.'wrthout being disturbed
by tho bustlo and noises incidental to the
commonplace restaurant oyster room.
, tf.
Just IUceivkd. W. W. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial avenue
and Poplar street, has just received and in
tore 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows and
mouldings.
Tiik best medicine for chills and fever
Is Dr. Ruttinger'a fovcr drops. The best
medicine for biliousness, costiveness and.
impurity of tho blood is Dr. Eattlngor's
vcgctnble Liver Pills.
to t27d&wlw
Boahdino houses uso Olllct's. ag!3
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE ONLY ItKr.IAIlLE (lirT ENTKIllTSFSE IN
THSCOUNTItYl
$60,000
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be dlilri'.u ed in
x,. x. aiasrs's
152nd Ueulr Mojthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
'10 bo diawn Monday, Not. 27, 1171.
Two Grand 4'npllnM of 8.1,000 raelilu
l urcenoneus.
Two prues, t'.ooo j Five prises j0; Tea p. lies,
I '00, all lu Uieenmcka.
WII0LT: NUMBER CASH OIFTC, 1,000.
One Hoi en and llii;jgy. Ml .1 llrer.ut.Ved
linincs., wo.' h ,, fCUl 00
One tine I'oaewood Piano, w. rt.i fion W
Ten Famlli Bewlnj machloee.ercii worth 1(0 (1)
Five henvy cased Hold Hunting via chea
and heayGolil Cimln., wor.li edi. 40(i (.1
Ten La lies Oola llua'lrg witches woi.n
eejlu Hi nil
Elstit lii.n ired sohl and allver level- lirrt-
Ingnaicliei (It all) worth' from to
V-OII.
LailleV Oold Leon Ipe Che lu, Renv'a On il Vbit
. 1'Hnlim, ailver.plaied riLom, aol d ailvf. .ml clou.
' ble.pta!ei tablo ruu leraooo'n, lo v h.-ntlled
i dinner knives, Itei-pluiei' t'lunir iVka, silver
I vent chains, pho.ocipph a buina, latlbi' to'U
brensiplnt). dIi'U a.i'ilsniu leeve I111 ton,0n?sr
rln., gjid pi. is (k'lve ' ex iIimi,) etc.
" "0, wt I'euets limited to
' 'wi i,Lf l"r. , , , ,..,
t"p, lick''l ! aix ticket jitwelve lioketstinj
:r.u'i r ?;: . . .
FCrillliOQ Of t II U llinnilel o. dnuvili''. n.lil mhpr In.
w iiM'.in tiiii.ii.uij n n'li ii"ib ui i:nen, H uc-
fermnlion 1.1 refoiencelo Iho flit.iliiiilon, will no
sent to eny Tine oiilerlns them. Allllede -.mint
be addl es. ed lo L. . MINE, box 8U,
orrict, CWe'iin.ni, O.
101 weitOthst. OeiKawlyr
IIOUNK MOVINi;.
HOUSE MOVING.
JAMES KENNEDY,
rascTti'At,
HOUSE MOVER AND RUILDER
Is prtpirivt to di all kinds of
IJ0USK M0VINa- ousk raising ;
.N1) I
RE?AIR1NH OF EVERY IJKBCKUTION
on ma must nUBOKAnii: tssms
JSe
and ntwapaperlidlng ettabllshmeat,
TRAVELER'S GUIDE,
TAKE NOTICE.
TIMETABLE OT THIS ILLINOIS CWtTIUL K. .
On and affer Hunday, Ma 14th, 1171, the follow
ing ume-MDie win govern the arrival and depart
ure or patunfttr (rains at Cairo r
Depart-Mall train, dally ...... lliOp.m
fcxpreaa, daily . (. 2.44 pjn.
rnn ji.u.aiuy -.,...,. 3;D0a.ro.
Express, dally, except Sunday 3:30 pi.
No chance of cars from Cairo to St. Louli. No
change of cars from Cairo to Chicago, Klagaat
urawioc Boon tleaping; cars on night trains,
checked to all important points.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
VIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
10 j.
St. Louis, Lourayn.LE. CiNdisir Atn Chi-
. -vr -' 1 1, '
muv, m. n uan, uoaivx,
POINTi5 ASTAND WEST.
Paaanertralniarrlr" at and leave Cairo as fol.
lowi:
Ai. ixram.
Allivi'. 3l3Uam, ........ 3130 p.m.
Diriar, 11H5 p.m 210 p.m.
Hoth trains eonncet al Centralis with train oa In
roa
Pauj. Ilecalur, Bloomlngtcn. El Paao, I.a Ballt.
Meadota, Freeport, Helena, JMlbmiiie, and
1 all points in Illinois, Miaaourt.
ulnneeota, Wliconsln and
I ; Iowa. A ad with
' Lines ruanlne Eaat ami Wail far
.Ml. Lou(, Hpringfield, IxmJavlll.
Cincinnati, llii$iiilH)lie, Oolambua.
And at Chicago with Michigan Cemral.Hlchlgsh
Soothern, and .Pittiburt. Fort Wayne
and Chicago Railroads' lor '
OMrolt, Cleveland, liqnklrki ,
AlUny, Iloaton, Philadelphia,
MagraFalla, Erie, Boltalo.C '
ew Tofk, Pittaburg, Oaltlmore, .
Wa.hlnglon.
' AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through tlckota and Information, apply to
Hllnofa CentraUlaUroad Ipot.
W. P..J01IN80N,
General rajaenger Agefll, Chicago.
SO.N, Agent, Cairo.
IIURGER'S NEW STOCK.
MORE NEW G-OODS.
MlialinH, Frtnta. Hhowla, ie,
One ol (be mpit attractive displays of
DRY GOODS
tlroiight.to the biiy UiU aeaaon, may be seen at
the a'oreof
Kve y RV'lla'uio apace In the store room la filled
Willi V flnnitm T11.1 mtnUr . . .
rabricka la comnlelp, compria.
log a beautiful aelectlon of
PRINTH, ULEACLED AND UNHLEACHED MUB
LINS, COTTON FLANNELS, ETC.
A aplendlu array of
IDIRIESS C3-OOIDS
Among winch are the
Xewtit and Moat Faalilonnble
Colors and Materials.
The Ladies will Uml a fine assortment of
"WOOLEN- SKC-W-IiS,
Which will be fid cheaper .than ahswls et the
same kind have ever been sold In Cairo.
Mr.. TlUrker haa laid In an immense stoek ef
Xotloua, Ribbon, Neckties, ele.,
which h will sell cheaper than the cheapest
WlIOLEftAIiE CIIOCEHS.
R. -SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LEVEE,
OAIRO. IMIXOII,
1 '.
A'to, keep constantly on hand a most com
pleta stock of
SCOTCH AND IRHM! W1IIBKIKS
-fi I X 8,
Port, Madoria, Shorry uii,d Catawba Wtnea
RHMYTH A CO. rell exettisively for eash.lo
, which fact they invite (he. especial atla.
nun i i i...e tiarfam liuyeis.
Spteial attention given to Filling Order
WllLUM SllKiS.
rouKKLivs luuistTiar,
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE,
OlVIL ANil 'MKCJUMCAL .
KNGlNEElis.AND ARCHITECTS,
Broa1 lIulldlBK, eorner Eleventh air
and Commerclnl are,, Cairo, III.
pUNS AND SPEClFICATI9SfuratlWanch..
JT of Civil Knirlnprili onil'alilli... ...i.
a Maps for Counties, Urinal' .or Corpora'tionr,
Plans ami. Calculations for Steam anil Water
MiAtsrats fn r Iti.liBlal If lil -v. w . . - I.'
Htono or Wooden IJridgea, for 'Ohurohes, Couii
Housesandoth.r I'uWic UulldingttuJnra and
Dwelling Houses, Cottages, ck.. elc,,,Jurnlih4
at short notice, ' sepJStf
NERVOUS rEniLITY,.
S.?lJW SSSM.
lessor seaten, aperniMlorrNoea, Ie al
Beasr1 dlaav Bl.auS. Iakm or ssrsiaira.
1 and Ihreatestrd Imprtessea aad IMlse
elllla, auda loverelatn ears 1st fanm.
I tilirey'a lloineonalme Hueeiait - Ma
tweuty.elght. Cumpoied'oflhe most valua
augl.Meowawly
agent, Cairo, Illinois.
7 CHSitaeTfloObS
(l J. BURGER )j
onotg y. It
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV.
BlCCft' BOAT".
CAIRO AND" LOUISVILLE
Weekly Packet for Pklucah, Et aaavlile sad Lou
lavllle, the favont steamer,
sappy v 1 r.Ttiri,
T. O. RTKAW.Haater.
r.ap Cairo ery BATUDRAY at 6 o'clock p;m.
For freight pr pusage apply on board or to
JAM. RlftCM, Aart,
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
All, WAX.
Tae sppsad.lt! titmtr
rwlr, Hester.
eatsa'C.Iro PAILY, (Sunday, eieepted) at 4
a. For freighter paiaage apply onboard or
JAi.BlrfatlikAart.
, CAlRO'AND'KVAJfVlLLE
C R. MAaX rACKRT.
The faat.ruaalDg, light dianiht steamer,
MALLlE RAGQN,
akfffci Winri vb
wuo ruMisriniiiMM,
WILL FOWLEIl..,.,
t HTeeMaJ MBttVf
ClerK
Leaves Cairo XVEEY, SUNDAY and TUUB3DAY
piece 01 aieamer luicwuoi, in p.m.
r.m.
4i,
BI
AC.
PADUCAH AND' EVANSNILLU,
, 1 ir(in p'lifle af the' Ark. Pell), .
I. 1 tl .
THE tf LkKliID. LIOUT, DKAUQIT STIAMI.
a
DICK JOHNSON,
KEF. vTOWKIX, Xaaler. ,
' i '
Will leave Cairn for Evanavlllp n WKnvir.q.
DAY and HITIIIUIAV t'.n iVIuk. n.n. v
freight r paassge apply oa beard or to
. JAW. BI;W, Aaft.
MR. ANNA LANOj '
EIOHtH-RT., BET. WASHINGTON AND COM-
I ' 4RCUlAYJ!Nt'X8,
1 -Issiow
tecelviaga Uaulilul aasortaienl ef
Fall Millinery Goods,
Including Hal a and Shapes ef the latent atylee,
Ribbon, riawtrra ausd Foatker.
Mrs. Lang will also show customers the largest
. aetention 01
Wooleti Tarsia
To be' found In the city.
BLXAcnma
AND PRE88INa
ORDER.
DON TO
; j. r
Ota
5 o
Ulllli
be
' tW
in1 !J (3
Dale of
Sl-'HJ
purchase .
r
St. Ml
"i-.2
iaw -o o
6 0 t. nt)
j-j-- a
hi sou
c ; 0 . m
Si -"S'S
was
ft.
a
Block
Lot
8
at
li
13
a 1 a w
3 H a n
03 fc o
2m fiS
N.-H-1 -
ip
.LAWYERS.
ALItEN, MULKKY & WHEKLER
ATTORNEYS.
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, ")
Joha IL Mulkey, CAIRO. 1LLIN018.
Samuel P.Wbeeler.J
aaarPsrlieular attention paid to rlrer and ad.
1UIIPI.J UUS1UV1S.
OFFICE Over First National llank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN & GILBERT,
, ATTORNEYS
axd ,
COUNSELORS AT JLAW,
Willlass H.nreen, ")
William 11 (lilbsrt, ) CAIRO, II.I.INOlH.
UileaF.OIlbert, J
sMrgpeclal attention given to Admiralty aad
Kteamboat business,
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMH 7 AND H OVER
CITY NATIONAL HANK,
MHJiINKHY.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE'
r
MRS, O. McGEE,
1. i
KIOKTK ITREET, BETWEEN WAHlllNOTOk
('' AND COUaJEKOIAI. AVXNUKrl,
Has jastiieneived a full aBd apleadid hneef
. i . NEW GOODS
Dreia tritnninis! silk clmnsl kllk oalooa. trnl.
fure lavee. moss trimmings, crocket buttons.
I . " UUI.WII. IJll RIN t IlllllllUlt .111
vet. haU and bonne s, tine kid gloves, Mies' an
Oblldfeas'Shsea, ind a full anu eouipleletock ol
Millinery nnd Fancy Goods,
.All ef which she proposes to sell at
'THH VT XOWaT CAIH rtUCBa
T PHIL HOWABD,
.:i '
0
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
. jr, d m 1 " '
.iuT.m . r a ill mi r:- ifvl
..BHciaa BtieBtisa F aid .M a raev JT earn (aaal
iiiiii
in ?
fr BUTCHrJtH.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
1
k6ehli
(ER & BROTHER
Hate reepeaed the
ror-CXAR MEAT XABKKT,
COMMERCIAJAT, ' '
twwesi !f lath stssd Tcsatk Street,
tunJli'i k!ip c2l"tlyon hand the best meats
.TTflJr' "to maruet. They ueiyeora.
petltiori, (live them a (rial. .nietir
4-
j .JAJ1E3 KYN ASTON,
Bnlcber and Dealer In nll HInd Freala
Coaaaa Niaaisistn asd Ponaa Hvaaat.
CAIR7, 1LLINOH.
BUYl aad alanghters only the very bet cattle,
hOtlS aud ahpen. and l nrpnarp.l tn fill n
.ilamartt for fresh meats from one pound to t
(houaatvi pounds. a'aiZOtf
WALTER &. MALONY,
B'TJTOH'BirjS
j ins mush i
.FRE'SH MEAT,
litmtn Street, Between WabiiinotosT
a.i jvmntiu
Adjllnlnsy Rlltenbo
Kip (he best of Beef,
Lamk, I Sausage, atcifand 1
AND UOMHftkCIAL JLVBNUESj
ttenbonae el- nanny'.
Pork, Mutton, Veal,
rm iirii.T.il tn iim
eitlseas In the most acceptable anai.ner. agSOt
1
I PHYHIC1ANM
1
'A. WADIJVMAlt nr n
PHYfjlCIAN, burgeon and Accouheur, formerly
of lAana. Union enuntr. Illlnnl. I... n..'
maaentlr located In Calr.i. dfflrpr.i
aveanei betweaa Eighth and Ninth streets Weal
marly
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
pKIDE.MJK-No, 21 Tilirieenth alreet, be.
JLli Iwsjen Washington avenue and Walnut street,
mate 2i Coaamerclal aveniip, up stalra.
C.Jtt!JlUNNINGrM.-D.. -
RESIDEN'CE-ornerNinth and Walnut its.
OIBcje corner ftnth itreel and Ohio lavee.
Omee heura fio-n 6 n in. lo li rr ..nig .pi
SPRINGP'lELD AND ILLINOIS
CtlTTlir L' A CPVllltT t It
UVUAltililUlUI.,1 1.. j..
Oaaad tftefMonilay, April a4lh, l:r,; rralnawU
' " fua asrollowsl " '
NORTHERN DIVISION.
. j Teams sotxo soctiiiast.
.1 , Mal1, - Express
Lear VirglBfa;..... ilc4ua.m.... 12.35 p.m.
" RBrfngflild S-.2H' " 3.00 "
" Taylorville.......lO:5i ' M
arrive m l inn unu m
5:17
TBlfKf aOINO KOaTHWBT.
Express '
Mall.
Leave pna (:00u.m ,
' Tavlorville jl:IT .
.3.35 p.m.
...,...4I28
0.l) "
.. run "
.....8:15
Arrive'atHpringiield...ii;l3
jjeave flpsingnem ti: "
Arrive at Virginia 8:25
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
' Tanas ooiaa sovtHtasT,
Leave Edgewood 6:30 a.m 10:10 a.m.
' Flora 8:25 ' U:4(l "
Arrive at Shawneetown3Alp rru... 5:13 p.m
Taaiaa 001.10 koithwht.
Leave Rhawneetown 5:45 a.m ..8.20n.m
' Flora. ,.2:55 " 7;0 "
Arrive at Edgewood 4:50 ... :20 "
The 8:30 a.m. train from Edgewood, runs only
Mondays, Wsdneatlays and Fridays, and 5:45 a.m.
train from Hhawneetown on Tuesdays, Thurs.
days and Saturdays. ,r '
Conaeeta at Ashlaad with Jacksonville division
;f Chicago and Alton Riilroad. for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, a nd all nolnts west.
At Hpringfleld. with Chicago, and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Kailroad, Mr
Illoomlngton, Chicago, and all points north.north
west and wesi.
AtPana with Ind. and SJ.Loulf, and Illinois
Central Kailroad for ull points east, eouih and
southeast.
At Edcewood with Chicago Division Illinois
Central Kailroad.
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Kailroad.
AtShawueetown, with steamboats for Cincin-
ati, rauuean, i,airo anu au i.ouis.
OKLANU SMITH, Gea'lSup'L
, Oen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag'l.
Jen Fooairr,
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
aan
AUCTIONERS,
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEY EE,
CAIRO, ILLS., .
Buy. and Sell Rf.al Estate,
l'AY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A I prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
XflLLINKHS.
MRS. 31. SWANDEIV. .
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Comnserelal Avenue, opponltv Flllo
and Haytboru'
Cairo, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
1 Uade to order, or KesdyUade..
Has received a fall and camntslft stock of coadi.
the newest andrompletest in the city. An iu-
HWUIV ,P.II UI
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
stilt fiffxara avraeai Iniln matt si tt hr ntttrnrtet n.f
li otli era (ucall on lier.exBiiila) tb price. tjlf
, j
CO A I. AND WOOD.
WOOD' f ' wOOD J Y" WOOD ! I V
' ' '
Tli ft UDleri liihtuj will fnrnUri - .
i . a J 1.
HARD AND DRY .WOOD
Allteap,tr(itClBeaBer
V
Thsn anv wood dealer in Cairo Uavexirden.
00 the elates at the Postoffice a at Ross' toal
d, on Comnierela) avenue, bettteeo Temti and
h I ft K l.unl. . III....... t . . 1 u ,
toeamro and will cord the wood' up ifdpaire.i.
Miii.ir 1 nr. MHIe .HALEY.
F. M. WARD,
WOOD AND GOAL'
ERCflAy.,,, j . .' ' '
F-tip?tRSlJA ! '? In best
, rim Wood aad atoo Coal
;Tmtoi'itfrt.'r3 '
. Aa. laaa nu.iu...u,i t u
COAIa DHUVVxaKil inii ia mmm wur
' ta.1. .vJl'i-riZ.""-U7i.-.v' ".,

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