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IMMtaDEaV, No. 1.1. Slated AslemMy
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each month.
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simi, No. Ma K. t A. M.-Regular Com-
In each month.
THE ODD-FELLOWS.
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eting. Wedu-Kilnyerenlii;.
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nhfiit SutM.rintnilintB.
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STATE OFFICERS.
John M. Plmeri
of HUtr, K-lward Itumml ;
Hint-. C. E. Lido ncott :
CONGKESSMEN.
1 T- . . ..11 . 1 f ..
lit Dlntrlct T. A. K. Holcomb, ol
H.K. fllUnn.of flillitln.
imte. Ml LMtmci u. nmion nruu.
CIRCUIT COUKT.
J. Halter, nf AleinJrr.
rrtMinn, w . iiariiiuu
v i tr
tin, AsieMor nd TiMUrcr.
COUNTY COUKT.
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J. B. Taylor.
cr E. A. Ilurnett
r tr nn1
i7iairai!i r . dtob inn ii. oiihii
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SELECT COUNCIt..
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I.eo Kleb,
Ibiiao Wtil'len.
niin. ti.HJiinn nun.Mi.
E. DuJer,
Hemy Winter,
Jamti Bwnyno.
nn Wm. Stratton.
Patrick FltiKeuld.
AnimRmii. vitiiwn,.
0. II. Sense.
IJ.Jl.Metenir.
Time o f Meeting,
KMX C0VKCIL.
Rouncll meets In joint fexsion nn
ninK preOftuloK the first Momlny of
ELECT COl'.NCll.
t Council meeta on the tlrst We.lntn.
eOiBD Or ALDIKUEN,
r.l nr lli .rmnn mrntlH nn tin. flri.
Tueuday in every month.
Mll'lKES Kit 1 11 T. LULJILlli.
jHPlirp. awjivi. .luiiici. .iiuici.
i. riv, . 1 . ll'.l I 1irtM&
Metctur,
Ua.... Pnnn naliim Q.tnili PllviVA.
Jcti Mossra. Carroll, Uuder ad
i Meisra. Seaae, WnWcr nnc Taylor,
U 11' I I U,. ..n s 1I...1..
1tnJA The Mayor, and Messrs. Hear-
THE BULLETIN.
I'nlillcntlon OITIrp, Iliillcllii ltiillllii(r,
WnililitKloii Avfiitip.
BLAIH.
A Kit OUT SYNOI'MJH ()F HIS I.ATi:
ur..MAi(iAlii.K .SI'KKCII.
HB KBCOMMKNDS TUB BXA.Ml'J.K
OF VIItai.N'IA TO TUB
DB.MOCUACY.
Ocn. Fnttik Ulalr doing one of the Con
L;rcl(initl cointiuttee ongnyed In Invtstl
t'ntlni; thoHtrnlrii In Alnlmmn, witti refer
ence, to ttii! peaceful ami law-aoMIn"; clinr-
actcr of the people, wm recently Invited to
vldroi. tb people, of Montgomery. Tho
speech delivered hy him Ii reported In
full in the Montgomery Mail. It It mi
uhlouiid manly exposition of tho n'.alo of
parties, nnd gives bold counsel to the dcinc
crneyuftlio south. The following para
graphs embody the substanco of his opin
ion as to the organization nnd rtrntcgy
which will win In tlia uppronehing I'm).
dentlal campaign !
Now. mv fellow citizens, to mv view
the future doct not looh gloomy, even un
der the loieJ we lmvo sullered'thli sum
mer mid Hiitutnn. I hnvu not h sint;liifecl
inj; of despondency. AppltitiHo. It is
well understood thut the republican imitv
contititis in Itietf tm-iU of di. content, of
blttcrncs, cf rivalry, nnd of dlsiill'cctlon,
and ills tin tu ral in these prclimitinrr elec
tions that tlioio who fintuKMiizu the re
nomination of (Sen. Grant should attempt
to hold their posi.iuri witiuii their party
in order that their influence may bo used
to defeat his nomination. I Know verv
well that hU nomlnutlon will no', lo defeat
ed at leait that Is my conviction: thut
ho is now tho dictator In the republican
party that he aspires to be in tho country
utilise. Applause. I believe that ha
will dictatu his own nomination : thut
some of the most conspicuous, nble nnd
courageous, men, who stand highest in the
radical party, will leuvo the republican
partv and bum their ships. Applause
and laughter. "When they fail to defeat
him for thu tho nomination they will take
good pains to defeat hit ic-clcctiun.
Henewcd appluue.
And again: instcud of going for n New
Depurturc, I would'rathcr go for a man
who represents, tho New Departure; I
would prefer to give that guurrantco to
tho disaffected Republicans. Itatltcr than
to go back upon my own principles I
would prefer to muko a choiu of lie pub
licans, and go for n man who ihould be
nominated bv tho disaffected Republicans,
or what would be better, one who might
1 nominated bv tho Democrat! In their
convention, and thus draw to us by u much
stronger guirantee than tho mere words
of n platform thu support of those, who
are elasiiUed with urantunu the rautcal
party. Applauie.l In other words, I do
not sea that wo go back on our principles
in making a choice between candidate,
neither of whom may suit us exactly we
could all vote,for n republican who was in
favor of universal amncty, against the Ku
klux bills chcjrs, and against tho military
luw prolonged and enthusiastic ap
pluu'ej while tho most ancient Bourbon
in Alabama could vote for such a repub
lican in preference to Ulysses S. Grant,
renewed apnlaue and hold all the time
to his very heart nil that there would be
of his itourbonism.
My fellow-citizens, tho state of Virginia
has adopted this policy that state which
fitrniihed tho Illustrious statesmen and tho
illuttrious wsrrinrs who were foremost in
tho struggle for our independence that
state which gave us n long line of illus
trious presidents that state which in our
unfortunate war, after having guided tho
councils of the nation for so many years,
furnished tho heroes and statesmen o'f tho
.Southern Confederacy enthusiastic
cheering that state which not oven rud
ical reconstruction could subject tl a scalla
wag or a carpet-bagger applause that
state which was cleft in twain by tho radi
cal congress to add to their nowor by du
pi looting its representation in tho senate
in order to oppress tho south, and which
tho wise sons of Virginia have erected into
two, fortressea for the defen-o of their
.country. Loud applause. .Shall the de
mocracy of tho south bcsltuto to follow tho
counsel of the Old Dominion ? "Why, we
have taken heed of her example in Mis
souri. Trammeled with election laws and
disfranchised, wo havo risen and rent tho
bonds which bound us: and I believe that
the stato of Mlasouri will at tho next pres
idential election irivo a larger majority
than any other statu for tho candidato of
tho democratic party, n.ouu appinue.j
IiT KNTEIt PRINK.
TICK ONLY IIEL1A11LK (MKT KNTKIUT.ISK IN
TIlECOUNTItYl
. $60,000
IN VALUABLE OIFTS
To Le distributed In
IJ.'ml Ilegubr Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
To lie ilrawn Momlny, Nov. 27, 1671.
Two Grnml S'npllaU or 93,000 cnt-tilii
UreeulmekH.
Two prizes, Sl.liOO j Klve prlics 5i0; Tell prli .
Sioo, all in tlreenbaeks.
W1I0LK NUMIIEU CASH OIKTS, 1,000.
Onelloisoand Iluggy, nu, silver-tl:ttel
luirness, wo;th iri on
One line RoseHood Piniio, wurili imi ou
Ten Famll tSowing innehineH,eli worth lco ui
Hre heavy cased Oohl HuntiiiK unUtheii
nml heavy Gold Chnlns, uorilieuel 4twi (hi
Ten Ladles' (iolu Hunting waiehea woiih
eaclu. 1 1 h i o
Kixhl hundred gold and silver lever hunt.
ing watches (In all) worth mini l.'O to
I too.
Ladles' (.old i.eonilnn Chnlns, deist's Cold Vest
chains, silver-pluied castors, solid silver ninldoii.
ble-plated table and teaspoons, Ivory handled
dinner knives, llver-platc.d dlua;r forks, silver
vest chains, photograph, albums, ladles' gold
breastpins, shirt studs und nleeve buttons, linger
rings, gold pins (silver exleimlon,) etc.
Whole niunber gins, uuou. Tickets limited to
UI.WSI.
Agents wanted to sell Tickets to whom liliom;
Bremluins will tie paid,
leglu tickets 11 i nix tickets; twelve tickets tin
twenty-live tK
Circulars contiilutng n full list of prli.es. a de
scription of tho manner of drawing, and other In
formation in refereuce to tho distribution, will be
sent to any one ordering them. Alll letters must
be nddreued to L. U. H1NK, llnx to,
.orricc, Cinolnnatl, U,
let west Mh at. Uolldawlyr
BAPTIST
AGENTS
w.A.asri'iEir)
everywhere for the largest Usptlst paper In the
world. Able writers, all the news, aud constant
Improvemenis. tttt .Market. Report, Sunday
Hcn.ol Denaitinent lesson ovcrv week. An in
flexible advocate of ilaptlst principles. 0r,
f rv !, only JW.UO per veif. The most astonith.
ng premium and clubbing list' ever offered, or
ibcral cash eommiisioDj, paid, ,f aWHpeaimen
copy and partteolirs frtoal-whu will write to
I.UTHS.H4 TEAMAN, The Cemai "anisT, BT.
Wm'HO. oct26w2lli
THE CAIRO DAILY
rxnthY fjitoci:uirs).
LOUIS JOltOENSKN,
Dealer Inall kinds of
STAI'IjK and fancy
I'nriiiei-'N Yard mill rtlnlillinc
WITHOUT CIIAHOK.
Cor, Waxliinloii-av ami Tweiitictli-fl.,
CAIIIO, II.MNOIH
J)27illf
CO A I,.
CAIRO CITY COAL
COMPA1TY.
la prep'ire I lo tipply enitniiier uiih thu Iml
ii:i!lly n.
PITTSBURG AM) ILLINOIS
COAL.
OrtDBItH left at Hallldny IJro. o'ltiee, 7t t)10
I.KVKK. or nt the i;:il YirU Ivlnw tin. St.
Unnrleii llnlel, will receive iiiotnpt ntientloii.
I IIKTUtJ " MONTAUK " will ."ngeoal .tlonif
stdw tentner nt nv hour. wilir
CK.VTHAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
Have teopene l the
I'tll'l'l, III Mi: AT .H.llllilT,
COMMKI! TAK-AV.,
Ilelurcn .Mnlli nml Trntli Slreelv.
ami will keep ronsutitlyon hind Inn heit meats
slanghlerri.t in thf Cairo tnirhel. Tiiejr ileljrenm.
petition, (ilvo tliem a trial. sepl2ltf
JAMES K VXASTON,
sliilrlirr mid Henler In nil IiItuN l'resli
e-u,
devra Xiieti enih ami Poiatu Stmn.
CAIIH, If.MNOH.
BUVrf and slaughters only tho very bet cattle,
hoes nnd sheen, and l tirenared lo till unr
deinacd for freh trwii. from one pound to len
thonaml nii,l. .Ii--.fiif
JAKE WALTER,
BUTCH IE jR
ami nrAtta iv
FRESH MEAT,
EicniTii Sthkkt, Dktwken Wapiunutos,
AND COStMKttCIAL AVENUES, ''
Adjolnlnif Itlt tenliotise V- Ilnmij'si.
Kel lh-5 lio.t of Ileef, l'ork, Sltitton, Veal,
liinb. feausaite. etc.. olid ur nrensred to scrre
citlteni in the most acceitahlo iii.ii.ner. ng.lot
MKIUS'AI..
A HOOK FOIl TUB MILLION.
MAKIUAGK
GUIDE.
A i'rivate Coun'clot
to the Married or
tlnse aboutto inirr)
i.n the nhtsioloirlcHl
mysleiiesnnd reelstlons
mysieiies nml reelstlons of the sexual system
with the UteKtditeoverles in producing and pre
venting orNprtng, ireservlnir tneeoinp.exion,c.
Thin is an iuterotlng wml i.f tuohiinilreddtid
twenty Icur pages, hiiii 'iui:.erim cnitrnvings,
and contains valuable inf tttistion fur thoehc
are married or cnnteiii ,Uto niurrmgr; -till It ia
book that might to Ik muter li- W ninT key, ,ind not
laid Carelessly ubouttliu house.
Bent to any car ifree of hiMui.i.) furfsi i-n;
Addrcsa Dr. Units' Iisieiinrv, No. VJ,
Eighth street, St. Louis, Mo,
fioilcoto the AlUlcttil and L'ufort miate.
Before applying to tho notonoun CJaaekwho
B.l CA PI I .A 1., ,,,a ,,,,1.11. np.,ul... nu flnn.l.
remedies, periuo I)r. ItuttH' work, no matter
U....I .'... ,u nH l.n.f I. -
"MB, J WUI ID I. . ,V.n UGIU.UI; J UUI UUI,
riltiou.
nr. inula unn iki consuiieu, personalty or a
mil, on thedisne.es mentioned in hl works
flee. No. 12 N. Kighth street, bet. Market am:
tiesttint St I.011I3 .Mo, m!i,lwl'
otrlc
Ch
4UC North lii tilth St. '"il ..
VECETABLEfMlit
A color and dressing tlmt will
not burn tho lntir or injure tho
head.
It dooa not produce a eolo.
mechanically, as tho poisonous
preparations do.
It gradually restores tho lu.
to its original color and lustre;,
by supplying new life and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of soft, fino hair.
Tho beat and safest article
over offered.
Clean and Puro. Ho Bediraeui.
Sold everywhere.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Estate cf Augusta Weil, deceased.
The underalgnod having been appo'nted nd
mialstrator of tho estate of Augusta Well, lite
ol thecountyof Alexandor nnd stnte of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice he 111 appear he
lore the county court of Alexander county, nt the
court housu in Cairo, at tint November term, ou
the 3d Monday in November, next, nt which tune
all persons having claims against snld estate tut
notlfled and requested to attend for the purpose
of having tho same adjusted, All persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment to tho undHraignod.
LOUIri III.ATTAU, Adtn'r.
Dato.l this 10th day or September, 1H71
sept2ld I tun
SIIE1UFFS SALE.
By virturoofnn execution to mo directed by
the clerk of the circuit court ol Jackson canity
In tho state of Illinois, in favor of Jacob w
Gregory and aHins( Lewis Lincoln, Catharine
Lincoln and Ellatbethb, Lee, I have levied
upon the following described proper')' to witi
Lota No. twenty thrco(2:) ami twenty tour (21) Id
block No. thirty otto (ail In tho city ot Cairo,
county of Alexander and'stato of Illinois us tho
property of the said Lewi Lincoln ami O.tha.
rine Lincoln which I shall oiler at public sale nt
tho Muth west door of tho court lmusa in said
city on the 27th day of October A.D., 1871, bo
tween the hoi.r of nine, o'clock, A. M,, and son
net ot said day, forcath, to satisfy said execution.
' ' . ALEX. H.UIVIN.
Sheriff nf Alexander County, Illinois,
Oiito, 111, WM1,
BULLETIN, PIRDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1871.
nnrtiN,
PAUL 0 SCIIUH,
! iti;.Movi:n.
I
NO. 108 COMMBHCIAL AVBNUB,
Wlillliilter'N Old Stnml.
Oi'pomtk Atiiknkum, - Uaiiio, 111.
I'ayspnrtleular Attention to filling all plijieUn
and f.imlly prescription.
Tjrx oil?, asria-na?'
xr.rr oa nisn
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
liltKHV i:VK.R TOXIC,
Warranted the l-e't Fever Killer known In this
climate.
NO CUltB MONKY UKFl'NDED.
ALSO,
irAMiirox
RUCHU AND DANDELION,
Anexrellent remedy in all diseases of the Kid
ney., equally, as (nod or IMIer
than heinbold's. nnd lor
less money.
Also Atir.ST ior
lliiiiiiliie.t N IIoiiiiiiI-iiiIiI' Nperlllra.
ill- well seleeted slockof
I'niiry ilooilx,
Of evety desoriptinti cannot l
surpaed by any tjb-li-htnent
ol the
kind in tho
city.
HANKS.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
SA.3STIC.I
S'linrlertil .sinrrli :tl, 1M19.
orricr. is
CITV NATIONAL J1ANK, ;CA1U0
orrirccei
A. II. SAKKOHI), President;
. TAYI.olt, Vlce.preiiileut;
XV. IIX'nLOl', heeretarv and Treasurer. J
Dtcr.cToKd:
P. XV. II.IUCLAV, C'ltAS. flH.ll.MI a,
K. 5f.STIX-kH.ETII, I 'Aft ('. f'l III II,
It. M. Ct'MMNUIIAM, XV. 1', II tLLIIIAT,
J. )l. PiiiLLirs.
leMNitH of nny Amount Iterclvcil from
Ten t'enlH l'tuiirlsi.
iNTKUET paid on deposits at the ratuol six
percent, per annum", March Island epteiii
ber 1st, Interest not withdrawn is r.dded inline
d lately to the principal of the deposits, thettby
gtvmg them compound interest.
MAKIUKD XVOMEN AND CHILI KEN MAY
DEl'OSIT MONEY
S0 THAT J.OOS.E ILBLCA!. DUAW IT.
Open every business day from U a.m. lo a p in.
nuu Saturday evening lor tiAVIMi llErOsI'I'S
ou'.y, from in 8 o'clock.
auiiif XV. UYSLOl', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
IIAIItO 1 1, 1. 1 X St 1 N .
CAPITAL,
3100 00
oirtrras :
XV. P. llAI.LII'AY. President:
A. II.HAPFOIll), Cashier;
XV.XLTIIK IIYSI.OI'. AsIH"lit CHhn r.
niureinitsi
Staits Ttli-ftH, ttnsruT II, Ci'sninoiiam,
Scott Wiiiti', XV. V. Haiiihai,
lidJ. II. Wn t.iAMsns, STrntiA Itlitli,
A, . K.tlToiin.
i:elimiKe, Colli Hiitl ITiilltHl SlalL'N
lloutl Ho II gilt mill Sold.
D
KI'i'HITH reeelted, and a general banking
liililin s dons.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
nr caiuo.
IHMUL lll'ltlf, President;
Itf)li:UT W' MILLER, Vlee.Piel.lei.t
C. N. IIIK1HF.S, Cashier.
COI.LBOTION.S PKOMl'TI.V MADK
EXCHANGE, coin, batik poles nud United
States tectultles bought and sold.
Interest Allow cd on Time licpoaUs).
rsmximiKs,
I. & E. GREENWALD
HAM'r.ttTVKEas or
earn Ivngine.,
Hollers, ,
Flour nnd (IriBi Mills,
Saw Mills, I"" t
The "Tupper' Patent firhte'ittr
UAOUINKit Y k'JH UKKIt.Vt l-Ullt'OSKS,
CINCINNATI OHIO.
oudett
Kinxrji. ti.wark, irrc,
A. HAL LEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Wate, Clothes Wringers Voile;
Warp, Coal Hods, FlreHhovels, Air (lats.
suscrACTiatu or
TIN, ZINC, COPl'EH AND SHEET
IKON "WAUK.
No. 1GG Wnghington-avcnuo,
UAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
OWKoofing fJultering, and all kinds ofjnb
ork dnnnat shnttent nollce. le 1,1 Hi r
IIOIIKN.
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KAII.KSAIN.
yUICKBST KOUTE fltOM SOUTH
VIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TO
St. Loul-s Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, Nexv Yoiik, Uoston,
AM) All.
POINTS EAST AND AVBST.
pHs-enger Iralus arrive at and leave Cairo ns fol
lows i
1ltL. r.xt'iuss,
asit. 3i:iOn.in Siyop.in.
lniAar Ili4.1p.in ,. uil.lpm.
Until trains eonncet at Centralis with train on the
jyTIItT XiI3STDE3
ro
.anil, Iiecalur, llloomingtcn, El l'ao, Lit Halle.
.Men, lulu, Froeport, fialetu, liiibuiUe, and
all points In Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, A'ueonsln and
Iowa. And with
Linet running Kat and XX'est for
-I. Lotus. eipemghelJ, Louisville,
Cinemtuti, Inttnitiapolis, Columbus.
Xnd at Chleigo with Michigan Central, Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg. Fort Wavne
rud Chicago Ituilroiids lor
Uetrolt, Cleveland, Iiutiklrk.
Xlh.ni), linsion, Philadelphia,
.Magr t l ull', Erie, llutl.ilo,
.New York, 1'itlshurg, Ilaltlmore,
Washington.
AND ALL POINTS BAST.
SPltlNOFIBLD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTH EASTERN It. i..
On nud after Monday. April Sltli, Is; I, trains wll
ruu ns ioi, own :
.NOItniEKN DIVISION.
tbains aoiaa soitiieast.
Mail. Express
Leave Virginia 0:10 a. in l'Jtls p.m
" Bpriiigtield !:) " a;0il "
" Tn)lorille. 10:S2 " 4:20 "
Arrive at I'ana U:4U m Ml "
taiixiooiso aoaTUWEST.
Express Mall.
Leave Pans 4:O0a,m 3:3ot.m.
" Taylorville 1:47 " 4:2 "
trr ve atslprlngtield...t;;15 " O.tiO "
Leate Spsingfltld 0:2.1 " C:10 "
Arrive at Virginia b:23 " 8:15 '
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
TRAINS OOIN0 SOl'TUEAST.
Letve Edgenood J:aJa.m 10:10 a.m.
" Flora 8:25 ' 11:10 "
Arrite at fehawneetnwn3:Mp m A:I5 p.m
1UAIXS UOI.NO aOBTIIWEST.
Leave Hlmwneetown S:1.X a.m 8.20p.m
" Florj- 2:M " 7U0 "
Arrive at i.igewooii 4:iiu 8;2u "
The0::J a m. Iraln from Kdgewood, rune only
Mondays, XX'tduesilaysand Fridays, anil Ail'ia.in,
train from Bhawneetown on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays,
Connects al Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton ltiilroad. for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, a ml all points west.
Al Spriugtleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, XValinsh nnd Western Ilallroad, lor
lllonmltigti n, Clileagi., nud all points north, north
west nnd nest.
At I'ana with Ind. and Si. Louis, and Illinois
Central ICkIIio.hI lor all points east, south and
sotitl east.
At Edgeaood with Chicago Division Illinois
vtitral li.illnmil.
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Itailroad,
AtShauneetiKii, with ste.iinUi.ils fur Cinclli
tl, I'.i liie.th, Cairo mid St. I.onis.
OlSLANIihJIITH, Oen'ISup't.
John Fo.uitt, tlen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag'l.
CAIXT.i, (II.v,.f
, . I-1 KKt.lt. ,1, I. ULtkE
I'ARKEIt & ULAKE,-
HI A I I IIS IN
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
I'utly, lleiialne, UunoIIiip,
"W" X 3ST 3D O "W GLASS.
WINDOW SHADES,
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
IIKOSS IIUILDINO, COll. llTII-ST. 4 COM-MEKCIAL-AV.,
Caiko, Illinois.
alg20tf
KKAIs KJ4TAT1". AOKKT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTIONB1JS,
71 (SKCONII KLOOlt) OHIO LEVEK,
CAIKO, ILLS.,
JJuv and Sell Heal Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF' TITLE
At I prepsre Conveyances, of Kluds,
PIAXOM.
SIXTY-FIVE Flit ST PRIZE
MEDALS AWARDED
THE OHEAT
UALTIMOltE
MAXIIFACTOBY
WM. KNAIJE !c CO.,
Mannfatt.ttcrs of
OIIANK, .O.UAItE AND UPKI0I1T
PI AUNTO FOBTES
UALTIMOltE, MARYLAND.
These Instruments have been before the publlo
for nearly thirty ytara, and upon their excellence
alone attained an npuitAiuAl prr(nthwier,whlch
pronounces them uneipialeil in
TON B,
TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP
And DURABILITY.
s?- All our S'limre Xaaoj hare our new New Im
proved Overstrung Hcale acd the Agreffe TrAle
CB We would roll special attention to our late
Patented Improvements In Uxanu I'll mis nnd
Hoi'Atir. (iraiis, found in no other Piano, which
brings the Piano nearer perfection than has yet
been attained,
KVEKY PIANO VULLY WAItRANTU) FOU
FIVE YKAIt.i,
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists (romptly
furnished on application to
MM, KXAIIK A-CO.,
. RiLtiMoar, Mi.
Or any of our regular established agencies.
ocl'JfodtwOm .
IXMCHAXCr,
XV. II. MOKItia,
Notary Piiblle,
It. II. CAN UHS
No, Pub. and t'.H. Ctio.'
HULL..C.ARGO, LIVE STOCK,
CCIDENT, LIFE,
ijrstrKiAira e'i
.ETNA, HAItTKOltl),
Assets !r'M 97
NOIlTH AM EHICA, l'A.,
Assets a 2,7KI,(WI (Jt
1 1. VIST Foil 1 1, CONN.,
As-ets.- '....14,210 It
I'lltF.NIX, IIAIlTFOItlt,
Assets.. 1,781,148 81
INTEltNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Assets.. ...t,isJ,S98 1
PUTNAM, HAnfFOIt'l),
Assets 7(;,'J17 Ot
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND.
Aiscts. .Xlo.O
HOME, COLUM1IUS,
Assets MA.27I 43
AMEHICAN CENTIIAL, MO.,
Asset '.') ffl
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets ni,(it,MK) OU
TltAVELEItV, It AKTI'OIU), LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets l,rSt,tMl u
n.MI.XVAY I'ASHKNUEIU' ASSUIt.XNCE
CO., HAKTFOBD,
Assets oUl.OOUl.
INDEPENDENT, 1I0STON,
Acls i:i,S2 W
SAFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.oee,
City National Hank, CAIRO. ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
COM l'A XI IX 1
NIAQARA, N. Y.,
Assets ll,4.1i;,21C 'I
OEKMANIA, N. Y.,
Assets 1,008,721 78
HANOVER, N. T.,
Assets ,720,802 00
IlEl'UllLIC, N. Y".,
Aesel .711,92.1
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
YONKEHS, N. Y'.,
Assets 878,164 It
AI.1IANY CITY,
Assets ..4W,1!M W
Kill K MKN's FUND, S.
set C78,0J O
fiECUItlTV, N. Y. MARINE,
- l.SW.Blit M.
Srorth, Duellings, Puriilliire, Hulls and CiT
noes, insured nl rate.i na favoialde as auuml
permanent security wPI warrant.
I reSlioetlllttV anil Ol Itwi ItlrAna nf r-ulsn u
shaieol their patronaie. '
.. 1. IIUUIIK
(lffle-M First NaTinnnl'
COOKIXSi NTOVl'S.
THE TWO
Host Sureemrnl, Piiimltir mid I'erfeel
COOKING
MACHINES
Ol the period mil wi ll-l; n.wn
Ilolhnroof the liii iel construction, and'
easily uinnaged that we guarantee them to give
ENTIRE SATISFACTION.
As no si tide In the household has a greater In-lliii-iK'o
In promoting Hut health, comfort and hap- i
plness of the family cncle than the cooking
stove, it is economy as well ns pulley lo get the1
tery best; nnd in Wiylngthe
CHARTER OAK
You van tely on gelling the most successful,
nhir and perfiut conning slate evil tin do
using S lie
Kl'ICL'IU: IIKOII.KH,
ion me always sure, of having Juicy, Tender and
Del.ci mis llecfntaUes, Chicken, Ham, Chops, etc,
SOLU UT
Kxculsior Manufucturing Coiiinauy,
OI2"ndOM N. Main.sL.StJxiurslP
AND ALL LIVE STOVE D ALE1W.
C. W. HENDERSON; AfefcHt;
Cairo, Illinois.
Heptsdawlm
EPICURE BROILERS,
MEDICAL,
DR. RATTINQER'S
EAIMILY iMEDICINES.
Dr. Ralllnger, sole proprietor and manufacturer
1410 SOUTH "Tlt-ST
NT. OVID, MlflHOVRI,
DR. RATTINOER'S FEVER DROPS
Are the champion medicine lor the cure ol Fever
and Ague, Dumb Ague and all other kinds ot
malarial fevers. They are purely vegetable, enre
quietly and permanently. No person need have
the lever a second lime, when these drop can be
MhUlnl T). tl i . i q: Ask (a. Il -
' " " '.'" ,,v. ii., U,,,. ,1'... I,.- w.
Rattlnger's Fever Drops.
DR. RATTINOER'S VEGETABLE
LIVER PILLS
Are excellent In all esses of costiveness, billons-
n.il anil Imiutnl. nf ih. t.lnA.I . fltau Artnlnln
jVaelther calomel nor any other mercurial prepara
ih.iip i iuichij aou proiiuce no gripiug.
Prlcaperliox2icnts. Ask for Dr. Iintilnger
Vegetable Liver Pills.
DR. RATTINOER'S DIARRHOEA
AND DISENTKHY POWDERS.
Are a pleasant, quick and sjfe remedy for all
kinds ol Diarrhoea and Dlsentery afflicting adults.
Price per box M cents. Ask for Dr. Hat
tipger'a Diarrhoea and Dysentery Powders.
DR. RATTINOER'S TONIC HERBS
AND ROOTS,
Hake a superior stomach bitter ; very Useful aa
a preventive against malarial fevers nnd especial
ly as alonlo in eases of general debility. Price
uer pocbaie, 'ilrents.. AsklorKattlngerV Herbs.
For sale hjr nil first. class druggists and dealers
in medicine Iy2"dlf
CELEBRATED BITTERCORDIAL
tvVl
HOLESAI.E DEPOT!
HC1IEETZ H
NATURE'S ORE AT RESTORATIVE.
N. W. CORNER FIFTH AND RACE STS
Plillmlelphln,
JOHN rCIIKET. 60I.K I'hOI'RIKTOK.
Ii Is a reliable Family Medicine, and . nn Ik
aken by either infant or ai ult with the same beet
tidal results. It is a certain, prompt and speedy
emedy lor diarrhea. dysentery, bowels complied
dyspepsia, lawneis i spirits, lulntlngs, atek
slotiiaili.lieadacliti.ek.. for chills and fever ol
all kinds, it is far better and safer .lian ipitnisi
eilhout any of lis pernicious etlrets. It etleeli
.n appeuie, prnTes a poweinu uiaeaior ot ioo.i
tnd will counteract the etteeta of llouor loaf w
oiiiiules. As indisputable evidence olltt t:i
cal Properties, we append a few of the many
tlflcates In our possession t
lohnson't Depot, East Tenn., and Va. K.
Ten n.
Jacob Sen tint. Esn. Dear Bin I nve used in
Bitters I have obalnediiom.VDii.aud f.od VI.em
to be all thev are recommended to he. I found
one bottle to altord me considerable relief, 1 teel
as though I cannot do very well without them, m
ray present state of health.
, UL'MMlV IYIUahIViHIVi at tlMI.
Paator Baptist 1'aasyunk Church,
Sold bv W. p. Allen, 3D Main street Dubuque
OCtlOdlT
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Cures colic and griping 1 Prlre,
tVlllTCOMII'S
Syrup.
In Urn Imwts. unil
ia- i
cllllates the process cf Cents
teeming. j
riulHlues c o n v ulslens 1
and jvercomes all dis- I
eases incident to In- I
Mrs.
WlintOMIl'S
Sjrup.
Mrs.
WIIITCOHU'K
Sjrup.
I'rlee,
45
Cents.
Prlrc,
2.1
Cents.
I fails ainlclilldrcii.
I
auj
Cures diarrhea, dtsen
terv nnd summer com
pkv.ntliichllilieuot nil
,g".
his the Great Infant's and Children's Ucothlng
Remedy in all disorders brought on by Teething
uratiy oilier cause. Prepared by tho
flllArTON MEDICINE CO., fit. Louis, Mo.
old by Druggists and Dealers In Medicine
everywhere. rr.y7dwCm
MAYNARD'S
STAR BITTEBS
THE REST TONIC IN USE!
llllt NAI.K BY
E. F. MAYNARD, PROP'R
PITTSBTJBG A..
DR. RICIIAU'S
GOLDEN REMEDIES.
Us these ruly, and save time, heal.h and
tnonej x fl,tl reward lor any ease of disease, in
ny slnje which ihey lall to cure.
DR. RICIIAU'S DOLDEN HA USA M,
Nos. 1 and.2, are Jiu greatest allrralivei known
DIlllCHAU'sttiOLDKN ELIXIR D'AMODIt
l ll. ...... Im. ....I I .
Cel list .""it niii nsiriugeiii ir toe iiiei
DR. RICIIAU'S flOl'.DEN ANTIDOTE
Is the old) ri liable d.iirntio
'Ihesn ii nicilles are lint adveilised lo cure si
coipjilatiil., i. i heiielit none; but aiegnainntei d
toetle.'la la.lual and spi mid cine ill all easea ft r
ahieh,! hit ai,. iicnniinri.diil, whfn.all tthtr
trestiiK.j.t Inis ta(lil. 'I ens pMhousaniU yearly
reciiO'l I.) Ihelr use, hIio hate lost all hopo. aud
been pronounced iiieun.l.le by the best of our
medical facullt.
DR. BICHAU'.S (iOI.DEN IIALSAM
No, I, i;i.rs uhers, uleerateil aorwthn ai "ind
ninlilli. sete ije., ciinne.,u ruptlri.', copier'
color d Midi he., sun "cik of the scalp, j,croliila,
elo, Hi s the giem. st renovator, allvrative nnd
hi. mil purihti kt.i. wn, itnnvesall mercury from
ih- siati in, and leu its the blond pure and
licult, , r
DR. RICIIAU'S OOLDEN DAI-SAM,
.No- .'L'Ure ineicurlal Ktlectlons, rheumatism In
,.n .,.,, s, n Ki,f nnmeunie reitenn a
canes.
DU. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN A.YIIDOTF,
A nidfcat cute for nil urinary derangen enti
I'rlee, pi pet Utile.
PR. HlCllAU-S GOLDEN EUXlirMQUB
Aridka' cure fornervoua oritcherat dehnttVln
ivmurjoting, inip.ii uiig energy wnn wonuerm
eucci.
PrKnfS per bot le.or two fbrlK.
Ourtceipl ol price, 1hce lelnt dles will be ship,
bed tu any. place. Prompt 'attention t,l,i i,. .n
eorres ppntents. None eenulue without the name
f 4 I t ItlUIIAU'onill.DKS 1VM?.Vleu 1? ti
tRKiiAaps, sole proprietor;" blown In gls'as' oi
I Uilouli
Uiroulsratieiit. Trade supollad aa a lltLcr.l ,li..
0.llt. j
Address, Ur.O D. l'.iohard,2 Varlck-it .N.T.
W"enil ttiopey by express or "order goods
throuKhyour tiruggut, and jo will m..t wills
Inooai lelTOaw
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