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TUB MAILS.
iitnlvr. nci'Ahr
North, Througn 2.00a. m. ji.m
" Way..- 4:20 p.tn. lljtrt p.m.
Month, Way 12.13 p.m. ;o p.n.
" ThruuKh N. O., .Mem.
phis Atnl Columbus S.sn p.m.
OI1I0 River route, (except
Monday) jOOp.rn,
Iron Mountain It. It Srtua.tn.
Miss. Rtycr route, Tuesday
and Friday .W l.m,
Thebes, Goose Inland Hanln
1:0 p.ln,
6.00 i.m.
IliWp.n
. 7;00p.rfl,
Ft, Ilia., Thursday 4 KrI-
day i C.wp.tn. 7:00s.rn,
Mayfleld, lllandvillo and
l.ovelare, Ky 11.00 a.m.
orm iiotan.
(Irntrat Delivery 7i30a.ni.
(Sunday sioli a.m.)
Money Order depaalmcnt ;W a.m.
t.Mp.m,
CM
Register " " " s.'Oa.m. 4.00 p.m.
Money Order and Reilster department no
open on Sundays,
SECRETJItDEUS.
THE MAS0NB.
CsiaoJComuaniar, No, 13.-Slaled Asiemblj
al the Avium Maaonll liall, first and third. Ha;,
urdsvs Ineack month.
Cauo Oicxcit, No. 21,-Regular Courocationat
Masonic Hall, the second Krlday Inearh month.
CAiaii Cmmi, No. TlKegular Convocation
at Masons; Hall, on the third 'i'uesd.yof every
manth. '
CAian ItKit, No. 237 p. A A. Jl -Regular Com.
munitions at Masonic Hall, the sscond and
fourth Monday ol earh month.
Dim 1)D, No.icg y. t A. M. Regular Com
munications at Masonic Hall Mrit and third
Thursdays In each mouth.
T1IK ODD-FKLLOWg.
AltXAKDna 1iMt 2JI,M.ts In OldrVtlow's.
lull, In Artra limUlng, every Thursday even
Ing, atao'clojk.
OUR CHURCHES.
RrHllVrT.IIIA.V-Klghlh. street.
reaching, KaMnth at 10$ a. m., and 7J r. .
I'r)er meeting, Wednesday at iy, r. .
Sunday Brlinol, 3 r M. J. M. I.ansden, Super.
Inlendent. Iter. C. H. Kooti, I'asttr.
JlCTUoDIbT-Cor. Kighth and Walnut bts.
'reaching, Ssbbath Vk.., and 7r.ii,
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 7; r. n,
Hunday Hchool 1 r. . I W. SlIUiII, Huper-
inlendent. Rev, K. L.Tiiuur.u.s, Pastor.
CllbltCU OKTIIK REDKKMKR-i:plscopal)J
Morning prayers, Sabbath l'l.'S a, h,
Krenlng prajeri.7J.
iabUth School, 9 a. ii.
Key. Ma. Coax, Rector.
IT. PATRICK'S CIlURCII-.'or. Ninth 81. and
Washington Arenue.
Public fcervlce, R.ibbathKand 10; a. m.
Vepr, 3 r. h,
Hurnliy School, 2 r. m.
Hertice etery day, 8 r. .
Kev, P.J. 011 tLLoaAY, Priest.
CHRISTIAN-Klghteenth street.
Sabbath School, V, a.m., Sabbath.
Preaching, feabbath 1"4 a. m and 7!r. v.
Rev. J, Fall. in, paator,
MISSION SUNDAY BCHOOLIn the Christian
Church, Kighteenth SUftt. Habbath Sonool 3
r. m.
J. II. It tit), Superintendent.
VOUNU MKN'ri C11BISTIAN ASHOCIATION Keg'
ular meeting ircond Monday each month at the
Prayer room of the l'rebtenan Church
Weekly Prayer meeting, Frida), 7J-5 e. fct
the I'rayer room of the. Presbyterian church.
C. lio, Preiilent.
and Cedar.
Serricen, Sabbath, 11 a. .
Sunday ivhool, r. .
CUs3r. m.
Preachiog,7 r.u. Hey. Win, Jatu.oa, Pa. to
SECOND KHElWU,!, 1IAPTIST Fifteenth St.
between Walnut and Cetlsr,
Services Sabbth, 1H and 3 r. m.
Key. N. ltica,l'atcr.
REE-WIM, IHITIDT HOME 5llvlU. H'N
IIAV SCIItOI-irnr walnut and Cedar Si.
Sunday School, 'J a, m
FIO.ST Fit EE WILL 1IAPTIST CHURCH Titr-
ry'e iUrraek..
Sutylcei, nabb.th 11a v.. 3 r. m. and " r. x.
Iter. W. Ktntr. Pastor.
FIRST MIHSIONAKV IIAPI IST CIIUUCH-Hei-ween
loth and 11th trpt, neariVdar.
Preachinc Sabbath lu a. m.,wh1 7), r. u.
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday eening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabljatrf School, lj r. m, John Van llaiter and
Mary Stephen. Superintendents.
Hey. T J. aiioata . Pasto
STATE (OFFICERS.
STATK OFFICE US.
Governor, John M. Palmer :
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dougherty :
Secretary of State, Iviwa;d Hummel ;
Auditor of State, C. K. Lippincott ,
SUte Treasurer, E. N, Hates ;
Supt. fuMIc Instruction, Newton Dateman.
CONGItKSSMEN.
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
lUpresentatiye for thi-Htate at Large Vacancy.
Kepreaentatlve Thirteenth District John it
Crebs.
MEMBK113 OESEltAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators, 1st District T. A. E. Holcomb, ol
Onion, and 8. K. OIUoD.of Gallatin.
Keprescntatlve, 1st District 11. Wataon Webb:
COUNTY OFFICKKS.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Judge P. J. lUker, of Alexander.
Procuting Attorney I. I'. McCartney, of
Massac,
Circuit Clerk Jno. Q. Harmnn.
8htnH-A. II. Irvln.
Win. Martin, Assessor and Treasurer.
COUNTY COURT.
Judge F. Hronj.
Aaaoclale. J.;E. JlcCrite and S. MnrehUdon.
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Oonsman.
MUNICIPAL OOVEltNMENT.
Mayor John H, Lantden.
Treaaiirer J. 1). Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. llurnett
Clerk Michael Hovrley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney-I. H.Popo.
Polled Magistrates K. Ilross and H. Hhau
nesey,
Chief ot Police L. H. Myoia.
l'olloo Con.taUea John Hheehoui (day), and
Joi. II. Vclrrun and J. W. Sumner, (night.;
SELECT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M. Lansden,
First Ward P. G. Bchuh.
Second Vfard 0. H. Wooilward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. BUati Taylor.
Clty-at-Largo W. P. Halliday and D. Hurd.
UOABD OF ALDERMEN.
FIRST WARD James Kearden,
Leo Klub,
Isaao Walden.
KCONDWAItD-H. lLlCunningham,
E. Buder,
Henry Winter,
Jamss Swayne,
THIBD WAKD-Wm. Stratton,
Patrick FiUgettld.
0URT1I WARD JameB Carroll,,
G. H.Scaao,
IJ.lLMetcair,
yiie of" Meeting.
Cllt COUNCIL.
iw. ntv rnnnn1l meets tn foint session on
Friday evening presetting the flrpt Monday of
sacn moDin,
ILX;T COl'NCIL.
The Select Council meets on the tlrnt Wednes
day and Thursday, atter the aecond Monday In
Mch month,
0Anp or AiprautN,
The Board of Aldermen meets on the firs
,Mondy nndTiiesday In every month.
COMMITTEES. OF TUB COUNCIL.
(to Strteti Meisrs. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
Wood and Mete a) f.
Zr(nae-Measrs, Cunningham, Schuh, Flttger
1J, Beaie and Halllday.
Cmmi Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
,JUe and Jai Messrs. Carroll, Iluder and
Woodward
Ordinance Messrs, Sease, Walder and Taylor.
Fire Ikpartmtnt Messrs. RearUen, Swayne and
JfsricfcMeisr;. Bchuh, Winter aud Kleb,
JYfnliM M.ssrs.V.'oo Iward, Swayne and Uude
avna.uOU.Mea.ra. II Urd". Stratton andMeU.lt.
Mot.'d f Htalh The Mayor, and Messrs, Kea
I L'I , Ulr.l.nn ,H fflt1nll
THE BULLETIN.
fllhllenlloil Onlce, Itllllrllli llllllllll(f,
Wimlilnglon Avenue.
SENATOR SUMNER.
LETTER TO THE COLORED CONVENTION IN
CObUMJlIA . C. THE MAS.HAGIIUKETTH
HEVA70RS ON f.CCIAL E(,VAI,lTr HIE
OR EAT 1I00N FOR THE COL
ORED RACE THEIR RIQHTM IN
CIJOOL AND AT THE J1AM.OT ROX
KHARPTHRUHTH AT TH EST. DoMINOO JOB,
From the Nen-Yorlt Herald.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 26, 1871.
The following Utter from Senator Sumner
wns read nt tho convention of colored men
nt Columbia, S. C, on Monday:
Hoston Oct. 12,1871.
DearSir I am glad tlat our colored
fellow citizens aro to linvo a convention
ufthcirown. So long as tliey aro oxclu
ded from rights, or suffer in nny way, on
account of color they will naturally meet
together In order to find a proper remedy,
and iincc you kindly Invito mo to com
munlcato with tho Convention, I make
bold to ofTer a few brief suggestion!.
In the first place, you must at nil times
insist upon your rlgliU, and hero I mean
not only thorn already accorded, but others
still denied, all of which arc contained in
oquallty beforo the luw. Wherever tho
law supplies a rule, theroyou must insist
upon equal rights. How much remains to
bu obtained you know too well In tho ux
neriencoof life. Can a respectable colored
citizen travel on stnamboats or railways
or public conveyances generally without
insult on uccount of color? Let Lieuten
ant Governor Dunn, of Louisiana, demribo
his journey from ew Urlcans to ntning.
ton. Shut out from proper accommoda
tion in the cart, the doors of tho Senate
Chamber opened to him, and thcro ho
found that finality which a railroad con
ductor had denied. Let our excellent
friend Frederick Douglass, relate his mel
ancholy experience, when, within sight of
tho Executive Mansion, ho was thrust back
from tho dinner tablowhoro his brother
Commissioners weroolrcady seated. You
know the outrage. I might ink tho same
question with regard to notclj, and "ivcti
common schools. A hotel is n legal in
stitution, and so is it common school. As
such each must be for tho equal bctioflt of
all. Now, cult thcro bo any exclusion
frornoitheron account of color? It is not
enough to provido oparatu accommoda
tions for colored citizens, even if in all
respects as good as those of other porsons.
Equality Is not found in an equivalent,
but only in equality. In other words,
there must bo no discrimination on ac
count of color. Tho discrimination is an
insult and a hindrance and a bar, which
not only destroys comfort and prevents
equality, but weakens all other rights.
Tho rightto vote will havo new security
whon your equal right in public convey
ances, hotels and common schools is at
last otablishcd ; but hero you must insist
for yourselves by speech, by petition and
by vote. Help vourielvcs "and others will
hely you also. Tho Civil Rights law needs
a supplement to cover such cases. This
defect has been apparent from tho begin
ning, and for a long time 1 have striven to
remove It. I have a bill for this purpose
now nenuinc in tho ."senate. ill not my
colored fellow citizens sec thatthoie in
power shall no longer postpone hia essen
tial safeguurd ? Surely, here is an object
worthv of cliort.
Nor ha' the republican partydone It
work until thi 1 established. In it not
better to establish all our own people in
the enjoyment ot equal right beforo we
eek to tiring otliers witntn thespnero oi
our institutions to io treated iiko rrca
erick Douglas was on hi. way to the Presi
dent from it. Domingo ft is easy to
seo that a small part of the means, the
energy ami tlio determined win spent in
the expedition to m. linniingo una in me
prolonged war uanco iitiout mat sianu,
with menace to tho black republic of Hayti,
would havo tocuml all our colored feliow
citizens in tho enjoyment of equal righu.
Uf this tbcro can to no doubt.
Among tho cardinal objects in educa
tion which must bo insisted on must be
oauulitv, side bv Fido with tho alphabet.
t.' 1. t . U II,.. !! . ,1..
IV IS in VUIU lu l;i4v;ii l-iuiilltv u juu wir
not practice it. It is in vn'in to rccito
tho great words of the Declaration of In
dependence if you do not muke them a liv
ing ruuiiiv. ii nut is msun wiiuuui
atnplo ? As all are equal at the ballot box
so must wo all be equal at the common
school. Tvqualitv in the common school is
the preparation for equality ut the ballot
box ; tneretoro uo i put ttiih among tno e
scntiaU of education.
In nsswrtini? Your own rights vou will
not fail to Insist upon justice to all, undor
which is necessarily included purity in
tho covcrnment. Thievcj and money-
chanecrs, whether democrats or republi
cans, must to driven out ot our tcmpic.
Tammanv Hall and republican fell-sock-
en must bo overthrown. Thcro should bo
no place for either. Thank God Kood men
nre now coming to the rescue. Let them,
whilo uniting against corruption, insist up
on equal rights for all and also tho suppres
sion of lawles violence, wherever it shows
itself, whether in tho ku-klux-klan outrag
ing the South or illicit undertaking- out
raging tno uiacK republic oi tiayii.
To thco inestimable objects add specie
payments and vou will lmvo rt platform
which ought to oo accepted nv uio .Ameri
can people. Will not our colored leilow
citizens begin to do this good work? Let
them at tho fame time save themselves and
tho country. Theso aro only hints which
1 submit to the Convention, hoping that
its proceedings will lend especially to tho
good of the colored race. Accept my
thanks and best wlshos, and beliovo mo
faithfully yours, Charler Sumner.
SIILIilNKKN.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
AND
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Cominerrial Avrnuo, (ippoallp I'.lllo
nnd Ilaylborn'H
Cairo, Illinoih.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Hade ta order, or Ready.Made,
Has received a full and complete stock of
oo'U,
the newest and completest In the city
mi-
nienso varuy 01
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
he offer, creat Inducometa tn her
patrons t
rcc, .t)
ami
all others t irall onhcr,exaiuln) the p
and quality of her gnoilsi '
les
Sfll.LIMCItV.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS.C. McGEE,
XIQIITU BTREET, BETWEEN WASHINGTON
AND COMMERCIAL AYKNUES,
Has just received n full and splendid lined
NEW GOODS
Press trimmings, silk gimps; elllc galoon, gul
pure laces, moss trirrimlnj., crocket buttons
IIU anil velvet buttons. Dlu.li and trimmtnir Tel-
vet, hata and bonnets, Ana kid cloves, ladles' and
chlldrens' shoes, and a full and complete stock ol
AM.1U1I1UIJ UIl X'ttllVJI UUUUQj
All of which she. proposes to sell at
THE VERY LOWEST OAS1I TKinFS
Ui:.Vi:itAI. AOttKTN.
1IALLIDAY BltOTUEltS,
GENERA I: AGENTS
MM
FOIIWAIIMXCJ and COMMISSION
M Klttill A. NTH
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
Ami A ents of
Ohio Itltor huiI KnmiHlin
SALT COMffAKIBSI
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
CAIRO, IL1.IN01-)
.MKIIM'AI..
x Envoi Ts ")K i m, it y,
M'ltli II Klooiny ntti-iiiliiiitH, lou xiilr
Ilk' ilpiiri-Hitlim. In voluntary emission.
lovsjof arincu. xiKTinutorrliu-M, loss or
power' dlxry liml, lois r inoitior.v,
uml III rents- ii Ml imprU-iiro inul l.tlbc
cIIIIh, nnil ii lotrri-Iicii cure In Hum
iiltrey'si lloiiicupiillilc Siecillc o
TliGiil.t-vlKllI- t'umtio.ed ot ttie must t.iliM
tie miln nn potent curatives, they tnse m
OD'Je at the roots ol the matter, tone up tlx: )
tem, nrrest the ill. charges, unit impart tijrorMid
anerry, lil ml italit) totheeiiliietn.il. They
he cured thousand, of cnse. Price. $" per
packsgesol fire lioxn and a aw 2 vial, which
i. very important lu obstinate or old en:es. or (I
per.lnel' bix. floM by all iirn8ist, nnil vnt
by mailon tceipt ot price. Adures. llitmphrey'
Bpe.lfie llomeop.ithic Jledlclne Co., !.! llroad
'ay, K. Y. I'- fcCHfll.
auzt.Vl.owawly Aijent. Cairo, Illinois.
m. HiciiAU's
GOLDEN REMEDIES.
Use these only, and . time, heal h and
money Jl,si rewaM tor any ease oi niea, in
any staj which they tall to rure.
I)R. RICHAU S DOLDKN BALSAM,
Noi. 1 and 2, are .he grtateot altcratiTes known
lilt. KICH.U'.-!OLI)F..S ELIXIR D'A.MOL'lt
is the greatest tenlc nnd astringent ic the me.i
cil list.
DR. niCUAD'S (H)LDEN ANTIDOTK
is the only reliable diuratic.
These remedies are not advertised to cureal
romrtlaliits . an.l benefit none : hut are gnaranteed
toettecta raalcal anu speeiin cine in an ea.ea lor
which they are recotnmended, when all ether
treatment has failed, Tens of thousands yearly
. . .... . v ,
recover l,v the r ue. wno nave lost all nope, anu
iHi n pronounced as InuuitMe by tho best of our
medical faculty.
DR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1, cures ulcers, ulcerated sore throat and
mmiili. .ore eves, culaneaua eruptions, copper
color.d blotches, soreness of the ncalp, scrolula.
etc. It i. the createn renevaior. alterative ana
blood purifier known, renmea all mercury irom
the ststem. and leaves the blood pure and
healthy.
DR. r.ICHAU'rt GOLDEN BALSAM,
No. I, cures mercurial afleetions, rheumatism in
all It. tonus, ana gives imincuiuie renei iu
cises.
DR. KICIIAU'B GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical euro for all urlanry derangements
I'riee, 11 per txiltle.
DR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR IVAMOUR,
A rvllcal cure for nervous or general debility, In
old or young, imparting energy witnwonuenu
eneci.
Prici. m nr tmttle. nr two for 9.
n nt nf t.ripc. ih.a remediea will he ahlD
ped to any placo. Prompt attention paid to all
correspondents, onefrenuine wnnoui iue uaiur
,.r I'lkiE. iiif!irAtr.s ciui.ue: ltr.MiLiius. u. n.
HicnAtPS, aole proprietor," blown in glass ol
bottles.
Circulars sent. Trade supplied as a nuerai ui-
ount. . . ....
Address, Dr. D. 11, ltlchards, varlck-st., a, i .
"Send monev iiv exoress or order eoods
throtiBh your DruggM, and you will meet with
inoo... iwmi
A HOOK FOR THE MILLION.
MARRIAGE
GUIDE.
A Private Counselor
to tho Married or
those aboutto murry
on the physiological
mvsteriesnnd rovelatlons of the sexual ayetein
with the latest discoveries In producing and pre
venting offspring, preserving tiiocomilexion,4c.
Tills is an interesting work of two hundred and
twenty leur page., ivitn numerous engravings,
and contain, valuable information for those who
aro married or contemplate marriage i otillitian
book that ought to be under lock and key, nnd not
laid carelessly nlout tho house.
fcent to nny one (tree or postage) ior com
Allures. U(. IMIUH IJIfiliril.ni;, .u.
Klghlhsticct, tit. Louis, Mo.
ttoilco to tlio Afflicted nnil 1'nfortuiinte.
llefnrn nimlvlii" to the notorious Qnncka who
advenlso in tno public papers or using any (JimcU
remedies, pcru.o Dr. Hulls' work, no mutter
what your disease is or how deplorable your con
dition. . .
Dr. milts, can be consulted, personally or at
mail, on thedisactea mentioned in hia works,
olfice, No. Yi N. Uighth utreet, bet. Market anil
Chestunt St Louis Mo. indv
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Mrs.
Uurea colio and grilling
In the liowels, and fa
cilitates the process ol
teethintr.
Price,
a-'i
Cfuts
Price,
2.i
Cents.
Price,
.1
Cents.
WIIITCOMIPS
I rup.
Mrs.
rijiibdtte aonvulslcns
WIH.COJIB'S
and jvercomes airins
ciUch incident to in
fails and Children.
Uurea diarrhea, illsen.
tery nnd summer com
plaint liH'hlldienot nil
iigs.
h,rup.
Mrs.
nillTCOMR'S
IS) rup.
I, i. ii, nr,it infant's and Children' Hoothini!
Remedy In all disorders brought on by Teething
or any other cause, Prepared by tho
GRAFTON MEDICINE CO., M. Louis, JIo.
Bold by DriigmstH nnd Dealers in Medicine
verywherw. iny7ilwnm
UAM JFITTEUM.
II. T. GEROULD; ;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
ANP PEIIVR IX
uah nxTDitr.s,
Fitter's nnd Plumber's material, Wood
pumps, globe and angle valvv, stop
' cocks, check valves, eto.
(las
aw Amur roit
Tan Brothers 1'ntcut Dry flan Melcm
And Morehoune, Wells Co'r Automatlo Watel
Iudlator Mid Hupply yala for steam boilers,
WINTER'S T1LOCK. rOMMEKClAL'ATHNUI.
BARCLAY BROS.,
74:
OHIO I.KVKK,
Citao, Ilu
DRUGO-ISTS
SARATOGA Hl'IUNt.H
is nil suit
AT UARCLAYh' IjRUO T0RE.
Firsni-rrir, llAti.r.
MOCKINO BTRD FOOD
lit r.AT ma i-sr. wituovt iiec.ir.
At Bakclath'.
H
E L M B O I-
GRAPE f catawba ) f ORArit PILLS
I CAT AW 11 A L J ORAi-K X ,
ORAPE Icata-wbx S (.ortArr. ) PILLS
ami All or
UKLHIIOLIt'N HKDK'I.VKN
FRESH FROM FIRST HANI)!",
Always in stock In large supply, and fur U b
relay Bros,
JUST R K C E TY E 1
I'orNnlfby IheUlddN Holll rdallaN
AT BARCLAYS'.
UStExtra Fink Coloonej
IOTGenuine Imi-oRteij Extracts;
ISrllAiR, Tooth ani Nail Urusues
tafl.SDIA RUUIIER Nt'RHERY CtOif
AT
BA.IiCajA.Tr BBOS.
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Rest irrndcs la large took and va
riety, very cheap;
Full Line of Color?,
vur and ix on;
I'lnt Hrtishet, Lmeed Oil,
Whitewash V atht Turpentine,
Varnishes Etc. etc.,
Alt KINDS AND ITANOAID QrAttTIIS
At Barclays'.
WINES AND Lmrjoni.
Vm! H. SCIIIJTTKIt,
Importer and Wholesale Ilt-nler In
WINES, LIQUORS, 4
TOBACCO &c CIGAES.
Agent for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
AND
Import! Ale or DlflVrrut Hindu.
75 Ohio Levee,
tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
srecrssoa rnitir. t STOcaritTH
BXtiryer and Wholesale lelrr n
rrelKn and llommllo
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Lf.vee,
OtlKO, ILLINOIS.
SKk
Old
W
keeps on hand constantly a full stock a
neutllCKy iiuuruou, ivir aiiu aiuuuuk.1
Whiskies. French llrandiea.
Holland Gin,
Rhine and California Wines.
1 inwti
I'AINTKllH.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamontal
PAIKTEE3,
Drcorntlvr l'lsperlinnirlnir, KulKoniiin
in
Is, 'lf.,
Dono In tho highest style ot
the att. am! a
rates f
a mat
defy competition,
SHOP IN TERRY HOUSE, CORNER OF HTH
STREET AND CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
CARL L. THOMAS,
Is prepared to do all kinds of plain and on.a
mental PAINTING,
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
BIUN WUITINO, ETC.,
At flgiirea which defy all cntnpetlon, and iu the
highest style t.f the painter's art.
SHOP IN THEPEERY HOUSE,
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AVENUE AND
EKlllTH 8TREE T.
1AIKTN, OIIJs, rif
r. rAiar.it,
. r, ham
PARKER Jt RLAKE,
" ' urstr'nOx
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
IMitty, Ilenzlur, (Jaaollne,
WINDOW SHADES,
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
BR0SS' UDILniNO, COR, 11T11-8T, A COM
MERCIAL-A V.,
Cairo, s .- . Illinois.
WfSCtf
NTOVllN. TINWARK, KtV,
A. II A L Ji K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, cfolhea Wriniera
Voile;
Ware, Coal Hods, FlreShoveli, Air Gates,
MiMTACTtara or
TIN,
ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
. . IRON "WARE.
No. 1GG Washington-avenue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WItoofinz. Gilttennir, and all kinds of Job
woru done at snottesi nonce. lemnn
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LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TICKI1TGS.
CHECKS,
asp
S T R I Y E S,
KKNTtrCKV JEANt, EXTRA,
OASSIMERS,
BLACK ALPACAS
ASb
LUSTERS,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
I'Ol'I.IXS.
liAIUJE STOCK OK CARPETING,
() 1 L CLOTHS,
MATTIMI,
Window NlmdrN,
GILT 1IAMI8,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMA8KN,
Ilia EnlireNloek Now CloaliiK Out
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORKER 8TU HT., AND COMMKRCIAIAV.,
Cairo, Illinois.
aeptltf
um tTKitPinsi:.
THE ONLY ItELIAIILE OIFT ENTEItl'RIME
THE COUNTRY 1
$60,000
I N V ALTAR L 13 G I FTS
To be distributed in
Ii. ID. STATE'S
l.'2ml Regular .Monthly
Cil FT ENTERPRISE,
To be drann Monday, Nov.27, 1S7I.
Tiro Uranil iiillnln or ft5,00 each in
Tao priies, Sl.iJ0 ! Five pri7.es J.vki; Ten prize,
1 S100, all in tlreenbaeks.
Two
WHOLE NUM11ER CAHH (1IFTH, 1,000.
One Hoisoand Duggy, with sllver.phtted ,
harness, worth ii'AU 00 ,
One tine Rosewood Piano, worth fr 00 i
Ten Family tiowing machlncsteach wortli 100 00 I
eive iiauvY cased uoiu iiuntino; watonea
ani neavyuoiu unains, wortneacii
too 00
looo
Ten Ladies'
'uoiu Hunting watches worth
eacn
Eluht iiundred irold and silver levor hunt
ingYvavciiu. (in an; wurwt iiuiu u i
Laille.' Onhl Lenminn Chains. fJonl' Hold Vest
chain., nlver-plaitd castors, solid silver anddou
ble-piatea table anl teaspoons, ivory nanuieu
dinner knives, llver-plated dinner fork., silver
..,... ..t....n,.ul. ..II..,.., a la.liuu irnlil
breastpins, ahlrt studs and sleeve buttons, finger
rings, gold pin. (sliver extension,) etc.
wuoio numucr Kiim, uvmj, aickui-s iuuuvu .w
UJ.'W.
Aa-ents wanted to sell Tickets to whom libera;
Sremlums will be paid,
milo tickets It i m tickets: twelve tickets JIO
twentv.flve .
Circulars containing full list or prices, a de
scription of tho mannri of drawing, and other in
formation In reference to tho distribution, will be
sent to any ont ordering them. AIIMelter. must
ue auurc.ieu iu v. .
ornca, Cincianutl, O.
101 west Mh st. OcUdswlyr
BAPTIST
AOF.NT9
everywhere for the largest Baptist paper iu the
ui.rbi. Able wrttera. all the news. anJ constant
imnrovementa. Full Market lteuort. Btinday
Bchaol llepattmenl-lesion every week. An In
tteilblo aJvCito of llanilst principles. OfiK
nrvi t only 112,50 per venr. Tlio u-.o.t aatoniili
ing premium aud clubbiug list uver oirered, or
liberal cash cninml.iuoua pa d. Specimen
copy and particulars fi te to all who will write to
fauui&ns inn pin.', it, , .....,
,t)niM, SHI. I'K.-III1
IN
I'lANON.
SIXTY-FIVK PIllhT 1MUZE
MEDALS AWAHDKl)
THE GREAT
HALT I MO UK
MANUrACTOHV
VM. KaN'ADK k CO.,
Manufaettirers of
ORAM), MJIAREAND UPRHIIIT
IPTJiOSTO FOBTES
BALTIMORE, JIARYLAND.
Tlieso Instrumenla liave been l,MrA the nubile
for nearly thirty yeara, and upon their excellence
alono attained an npiircAns.t prremlitn,hlch
TONE,
TOUCH,
"WORKMANSHIP
And DURABILITY.
tur All our Sipiatt tSanoi have our new New Im
proved Ovorstrting Scale nnl the Agrafe Ttt'M
r We would t ati special atlenllnn to our lale
I'aiente'i improvements in iikiw i iui1
Soi'are GuANts. found in no other .I'iano, uhlc
brings the I'lano nearer perfection than lias yet
been altnlned,
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANTED FOR
FIVE YEARS,
Illustrated Catalogues nnd Price. List t romptly
iurnineu on application to
w.m. li.v.vni: t o.,
IlALTIUORE, MU,
Or any of our regular established agencies,
o'-rjiodtwCm
innvhan:k,
W. II. MORIIID,
Notary Public,
II. It. CAN DEE
No. Pub. nnd U.S. (.'cm.
HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
CCIDENT, LIFE, .
.ETNA, HARTFORD,
Assets .
..f'l.HIViOl 07
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
'J.TO.tioO .
Assets..
UARTFOIID, CONK,
Assets.....
..st.Jti.'Jlo:
PIHF.KIX, HARTFORD,
Assets.. I,7el,ll8 bt
l.VTEKSATIOKAL, N. V.,
Assets..
,.1,3M,1 17
l'UTh'AM, HARTFORD,
Assets
..TW.OT Ot
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Ase(s 516,073 Si
HOME, C0I.UMI1UH.
As,ets .'. SIR.27J l!
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
t. .!',') 00
Assf
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL
Asset.
LIFE,
...Myssi.ts.'O ix.
TRAVELER is, HARTFORD, I.IKE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets 1,.7,0HI tH
RAILWAY FASSENfl Ells' ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Assets .
. .Vi,(D)i
1NDEVESDENT, I10STON,
Assets , ...
.f.lil,wV2 C8
SAPFOHD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.i-rrr,
City National Hank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
i iisr s tj ir, j nsr.o b
COMPAMCNl
N I AO AHA. N. Y.,
Assets 1,43C,21C 2K
OERMANIA, N. Y
Assets...
...t,iCi,7iI 78
. . ..720,802 00
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Assets...
UErUHLIC, N. Y.,
Assets,
711,925 00
1 Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
I YONKERS, N. Y.,
Assets 878.KI 15
I AL1IANY CITY,
Assets , 4M,l9a '1
firemen's fund, s. f.,
I Assets C"t,000 U
HKCUItlTY, .V. Y. MARINE,
Assets.. l.l.l.'.mS CO
SffrtTfr"liwellinirs. KurnTttirp. JliTil. nnd'Car.
I O goes, Insured at rates as favorablo ns aouml.
permanent security will warrant,
I resnectlully ask oi tho citizens of Cairo, n
share, ol their patronage,
'. .v. HiTian:
Oftice-at First National
COOKING NTOVr.N.1
THH TWO
Moat NurrrHsirul, Popular ami I'crfocl
COOKI1TG
MACHINES
Of tho period aro our will-kuiwn
j v.,VvV'l" '',,'
I AilliWi1?'si'''
j r JjjAlki E'1V.':.
.fitirJ'' 'u
oak:
EPICURE BROILERS,
Hold are of the slmpie.t ron.rru lion, anil o
uslly managed that e guiiiiuilfe tni'in togive
ENTIRE SAT ISFACriON.
Ah no nrtlale in the Imusehold ha. aurnater in-.
fiuence inpromotlnctlic lic.ill Ii, ooinfirt and hap
piness 111 lilt, lltMlliy uiiiim siii.il inn izuukiUK
stove, it is economy as well in policy to get the
very nest; ani in Mijiiigtne
CHARTER OAK
You can relv on Ketlmir the most successful.!
ular and peifu't eoortTiig sluvo iner mado.
using ine
K1ICVHK ItltOII.F.K,
foil are alwnva sure of hnvlnc Jnicv. Tender and
Delicious llecl'stakef, Clpekeu, Hani, Chops, etc.
ou m
Excolsiov Mauufiictiiring Comptiny,
0t2 and tilt N. .Mam-st.,8t. Louis, Mo,
AND ALL I.IVB STOVE D ALF.R9.
C. V. HENDERSON, Agent,
Cairo, tliiuwls).
spt..larrlm'
"oat sToiir..;.
S A M
WILSON,
DEALtl I a
BOAT STORES
O 11 0 0 E R I K 3 .
PROVISIONS, ETC.,
No. 1 10
Oil in Lrvf.f. in;: Cairo, III.
oanras ii.CMiitr rnttD.
U. D. WILLIAMSON.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
PRODUCE AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 70 Olilo Ifrw,
CAIRO, I L LI N C 1 S.
'rrfpccl. attention given to Consignments
ling orders.
M'.MnRit.
S. WALTERS,
PFAItnlX
HARD and SOET LUMBER
ol every.dcscrlpllon,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, 1JLINDS.
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sis.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
v7d
P.L. HUYKTT, SON,
Importers, Manufacturers and.Iobbnr. of
M USICAL MERCHANDISE
llrnssi mill Germnii Silver
B A N D I NSTK UMENTS,
No. 2r S. Third Street,
uendim. ST. I.OIIIH. MO.
.MIIDIOAT,.
DR. RATTINGER'S
FAMILY MEDICINES.
Dr. Ilattlngcr, solo proprietor and mnnuiaeturer
H10 hOUTH "TH-ST.,
HT. Oil IS, 9f I N NO II 11 1.
DR. IlATTINGElTS FEVER DR0P3
Are tho champion medicine lor the cure ol Fever
and Ague, Dumb Actio and all other kind, ot
malarial fevers. They are purely vegetable, cure
quickly and permanently. No person need haye
the lever a second tlmo, hen these drops can bo
obtained. Price tier bottle, Jl.23. Ask for Dr.
Rattingor'is Fever .Drops,
DR. RATTINGER'S VEGETABLE
LIVER PILLS
Ara excellent In all cases of co.tivcne.ss, bilious.
nes.and impurity of tho blood, they contain
neither calomel nor any other mercurial prepare,
lions i act quickly and produce no grilling.
Price per box 23 cents. Ask for Dr. Rattlngcr's
Vegetable Liver Pills.
DR. RATTINGER'S DIARRHOEA
AND DISENTERY POWDERS.
Aro a pleasant, quick and aafe remedy for all
kinds ot Dinrrhoen nnd Disentery atllictlng adults.
Price pi,r box 60 cents. Ask for Dr. Rat
tlngcr's Dinrrhoea and Dysentery Powders.
DR. RATTINGER'S TONIC HERBS
AND ROOTS,
Make, u superior stomach bitters; vcry'u.eful as
nrnvKtitlvn DL'iilnst malarial fevers and especial.
," ' . - l.? ... .IaI.IIUw U,i.fl
lyusniuuiu hi cist- ui ki-ui-im .j. .
per piickaso, it:. cents. Ak tor ltaltinger's Herb..
For sale by all tirat-clasn druggist, and dealers
in medicine ly"dtf
MAYNARD'S.
STAB BITTBBS
THE BEST TONI0 IX USE!
I'OIt NAI.K BY
E. F. MAYNARD, PROP'R
PITTSBUBG OPV.
Ui:o ci . B. D03BIi5S,
42d North El vl lull St., 1'lillnclii.
DodMiis tjj
VecetabllOii
A color and dressing that will
not burn tho huir or injure thu
Uciul.
It docs not produce a colo.
mechanically, us the poisonom
preparations do.
It gradually restores tho bus
to its original .olor and lustre,
by supplying now lit'o and vigoi.
It 'causes a luxuriant growth
of soft, fiho hair. '
A .
Tho best, and safest article
ever offered.
Oloau and Puro. rfo sediment.
Bold evorywborc.
A8K T'OR DOBBIKS
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