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)1I N H. OBBltLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1871.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV
To Debllltnlcd Person I
ivstietdics t To Huftercrs from Liver Com-
lilnlnil To those having no Appetite!
To llion with llrokcn Down
rvt Is IVople To Children Wasting A wav I
Tii any with Debilitated Digestive
Klliri'rllilr u llh nil v sif tin I'iiIIiim lim
IIUII lll-lli'.lir 'PPJKVInr.U iiitr.il nit riiiNAru t
Much m Cn
1'ilis, Fulness 11 r
Ilioodtotle Head, Arid
lly of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, Disgust fur Food, Full
ness iir Weight In Hip Stomach. Sour
l.riu'ltiitlob", (linking or Klullfrint; nt I
it m hit- nu.iin-i. o llllllllllir (11 me-IICMO,
, t f'tinlirMFnv Ull ItAiial In tt ianiallniM al.an n
O..I. I......... It... Ul ..1.1 t." I ft.. II
in the Mead, Defi, lencyof Pi-rxtiirnlioD,
1 cituwness 01 mt nkin ana r.yes, lain
11 the Hj.lc. Hack Client, Limbs,
etc , fcuddcn Flushes of II Ht.
Hunting In II." Flesh, Con
rant Imaginings of
Evil, nn'l (irint
JUTLAND'S GERMAN" HITTERS
llittir without Almhul or Spirit' 11
ddli-rciit. from all others. Il l comt.o.c.1 ol
lie pure-Juices, or Vital Principle of UooS,
-i. ii-t iii ui , 11 iiiruiviilftii ir.uiru, iff
t,) Hi' worthless or inert portion" of the In
licnl not being used, Therelorr, in one lot
of tri if II, iters there l contained as much
lleinal virtue as III bo loiind In several gal
1 of ordipiry mutiire. Ttie root", etc., used
hi. Ilill.r. .... urnun In II.miii.i ll.nlrvllal
cilile. evirate 1 In that country ly ft scleu.
uncoiist, ami lorwanicu 10 ine lliantiiaciorT
Containing no spirituous ingredients, this
ra I. free from the objections urn"! agiinst
'd from their u) ttieyrannot make ilrnnk
1, and run not umier any circumstances hate
but a beneficial etlect.
OOFLAND'S u HHfMAN TONIC
compounded for ttioe not inclined toes-
ne bittern, ami is intended for l. In cases
11 som al oholit stimulant l required incon
lion jth the Tonlo protwrlles of the bitter,
h wolMeof Ihe Toule contain one bottle of
Hitler., combined wltn pure H4NTA Cltl'.
M, and flavored in such a manner that the i-i-ne
lutlerne.s of the Itltter is overcome.
nlriK a prciinrallon highly ngn-.-sl.le anil
tsant to lltejialate, anil containing the mettle.
Virtues of the 11 Here, llm tirire ul the
ilO i f -.' per bottle, wlileh many tM.h
ik too httr.li. They inu.t take into ronildi r
n that tlie rtimuUnt u.e.l i niurnl ed to !
pure uality. A poor article could U- fur
led at Hcheaer price i but l it not better to
ft little more and hare a iroo.1 artlcl" ' A
llcinal prepnation liould contain none but
bel IriKlr.ln nti. , and they who expect to cb.
t n coeiu ruilHIUII 1, nil J y n-ii"iiiit-i ... 11.
inont certainly U' cheated.
mnM xt u ir v 11,1 1 ju .
ijj.uii;vii jji .i.i. ujvu,
1IOO I' I. A NII'N
JOn.ANDS l'ODOl'HYLLIN 1MI.L
WILt. Cl'KK VOU.
IIP arr me un-nit'ii iihi i......
the medical world, and Mil' era licale di.ea.ea
armnitrrom (mpuro b'.ood, Debility of the
lilem.T urKHH". or iri.iii.'i i.nri,
In ahorler lime than nny
other known rem
edlee ne 11010 supreme tjuifc oi 1 ruiptn.in.
..1. .... ..r.u.l.UM U'l.r. wf.nl. I a., ti.r
11 - - : a -.1 - I ,.A..n..&ulr.r.nw t
... Il.np.1. U' vt nn.lirur.l. forlnerlv I.Filel Jim
Ice 01 the Bupretne uouri 01 renntyivania, i
IllH Wrilrl i
irinil ITnofl&ntl' (ifrinnn Mitt tt it ft kooJ tohlc.
duf innni in rnft. 111 iifuiii.i mini niiiiL ui
1 l'tuUdelphl!., April
ie 1 (' 115 IVNV'ia U ll' n" " ,riirBiiUMU
.t I ........ .mi I li anu 1 .t
J AMI-? TIOSirO.N.
Ill, llBOrgf Clll.riUUi( JU-miui niv.:iiimnv
Court of iVnnln'' , . . . . ,L.
I have fund Ly rxiMTieme tlut HooMan.i's
U.itvu 1- n wrv fl.i-ut t fill It1- rHlPVllla?
'Ml FIN " i ' Tl .1 '
peptic -y.np.oin. . mo, i-,wwoo.
.... r Witt
on. wm. r uoer, .iyui 01 mo .. "
f.ilo, H. V.:
Mrnr'u .Otic... llll ll.l O. J II 111' JJ. ITU.
1 nave used iiconnnu a nerinaii unu r mm
.i. . . i.mii. .li.ri.ii, t Im nn,i tenp. and enn
t.urr. nn Mtce ent Innie. illlfiart
I'll. ! . ...
I take great lilenanro in recoininendlnK llonP
11.. itn...... 'l'iint;i t.. nnv find U liC. lllftV lit A I
icteit will Hyspeiiam. I hJ tho l)cpi.pmfo
idly It was ImponHiLle to keep any lood on tny
. ..niti tioif n mile. Tho lidtllon or lonio ei
1 .fnyit oiiru II M KX M . I II 1 1 f.
Itciiiombrr that llooiliui.r.i CerinuD Hitler-,
1 it..ein.ij r.nrttmn Tonic. Hill curt -verv
nu iiuuuiwKi , - v
MAKASMUS, OU WARTINO AWAY OF THE
il.il Itnoflnnd'tt flermnn ltenib-
lei are nieuifint"' ..... j ....
1.0011, rwuf it"' '"r , ' , '
jid to enablo you ,o P" alclv throtili nny
....i.iiin and exiaiaure.
iii-...i' - .
Or Hulxtitnte lor Mercury I'llli.
I WO 'IUJS A DOSB. The moM powerful, yet
' ,. t l',.,nl.la f.ntl.OPtl.. 1IW.U II
lIlllOtTUlf 1 rini'iB ...
H in not necessary (0 take n ImudtuI of thepe
Pills to prodtico thn ilcaireu e.iect. 1 wo 01 ineiii
Mtiiulckly powerfullv, cleaniinK the I.lver,
StottWli and llowels, of nil liiipurllias, Tho
nrlncipl InKrcdient la 1'ndophyllm, or the Alco.
1,0)10 Kxltact of Mandnike, which la by many
tnnea more powerful, hoIIiik mid seurulilns, than
tho MnndraUe Itself. Its peculiar action la upon
the Uver.'olcaniuK 1' apt-edlly from nil ob.tr.ic
Hons, Willi nil the power of Jlerniry, yet flee
Irom all tho Injurious remilta attached to the like
.1 ih.l ...InAnll.
For all uiafiiaea In which the use of a cathmtic
ia naicutco, meu p wm R1'" ; "'--.i.n
.n ..nr. eaae. 'I hnv NKVKH FAIL.
lncasea of Liver Complaint, liraiiopaia, and
extreme Costiveneaa, Dr. lloollund a tloinmn Hit-
. . . A.'r.... aliAlibl h Hied in rftniiectlmi Willi
the I'lllf." Tim tonlo cllcctof the Bittern, orTonlc,
: .. . ... fl'l... It 1 1 1 ur. .... 'I'm. Ii. .ill.
ritlea tlio blood, BtretiRtlicna tho nervea, reg
ulates the Liver, and kivcu atreuKth, energy and
TlKep your Bowels aoiivo with the i'llls, pnd
lone up the ayatein with lllltcra, or 'loulu, ami
no disease can retain tho hold, or even assail you.
Hecoitect that It ia lr llootlunire Herman lleiii.
odlns that are go imlversnlly ued and hiflily
recommended! and do nut allow the drugirtto
induce you to tnku Anything else that lie may aay
;MUt as good, bccnune hu mukea u larger proilt
on It. Theao remedies will be tent by Kxpresato
nv locality upon npplicallon to tho 1'lU.NCll'AL
OlfFlOE, at the fikltMAN MKUlCINb HTOBK,
ijMAROU BTltKET, PIULADKLI'HIA.
CltAN. M. KVANH, Proitrlfilor.
Kotmer.y . M.Jwkaon -'
KIj DOHA DO
JIIM.IAHI) SALOON AND 1JAH
IIOOM. JOHN U AT I'M, froprlefor.
HWOiiiimercial Arenue, CAIKO, II.MNOIri
Heat brand of California Clirarf Jut rcceherl,
BlI.f.lAHt) aalimn furnlnlieil lt!i (lie b at ol
fabler; and bar cuiipliid viilli wltn-", IIiiiiom
and clgara of the fluent btund.
IJ. S. lIAHKKLIi,
DEALER IN FUHNITUHE
HOUSJi FUr.N'ISHINC. (iOODS
(J LASS WA UK,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
(iKOCKKIUH AND DRY (1IIOUN.
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOKS,
If ATM AMI L'Al'H, Kit'.,
llaa Ju.l recelted a beaty atoci of Boota and
nnoea, uoaiery anil .motion.,
FOK SALK FOH CASH VKl'.Y CIIPJAP
He al.o ha a fine atock of Family fireceriei ol
OHNKK .SIXTIT-8T. AND C'OMMKK
IMIOKN, HANII, ETCl
W. W. THORNTON'S.
IiriLDKIlS' HUl'l'LY DKl'OT,
131 TF.NTH .STKEF.T,
llonri, .Sil-.ll, Illltiila. Molllillllirs,
rj'(. nttrrs, iuooiti U'IiiiIimi mill llooj
1'riuiirn, I'loorliii;, IjiIIi.
MiIiikU'H, l.liireil Simli, 4.lnrl Mile
I.I Kills, Clazitl Triinsiiiiis,
Nnli M'rliclils, Suali I'lilllea kiiiI Conla,
III I ml I'oslenliiKM, Itnollui;
1'cll, KooflllK Olllenl, I'laslerlllK
I'aprr, Curpel Vlt, Willie
I.mtl, I.IiinmI lll, Amerlrnii M'liulow
(Hans, i:n(lisli mill French
IMole .las, Pully, (iliixler'H I'olult,
Hetrer I'lpr-s nlPiil ( liliinie) a.
AOK.N'TS lor Itoclt Ithel Paper t'umpanj'"
heailnnir Felt ami (jmuti Ceinent.
11. W. John's lniiwiud Hooting altrnyi on
1IOOT.H AMI SllOi:S.
HOOT AND SHOK .MAKKlt,
lltlween Vali'ngtim ,teiitH mid 1'nplar .-treel,
lloola ami Shoes .Made to Order.
Tine Workmen Kmployed.
CITY SHOK STOUK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
am a aofnc 10a
U 0 0 T 8 A N D S II 0 K S
iniurrrlnl Avenue, Comer of Klulilli
rAHTICUI.Alt ATTKN'IION PAID TO AI.L OR
PKIIS KOK 1100PHKIKTS AND S1I0KH.
Kstnto of Michael Mnloney, dcueii.e.l.
The utideralgneil having been appointed Ad
ministrator ol the Kuttito of Micliuil Malnney,
lain of the County of Alexander, and Hate of lilt
nola, deceased, hereby gives notlco that he will
appear beforu tho County Court of AlerfimJcr
County, at the Court limine In tho Cllv of C.uro
at the December Term. 011 tho thlid Jlondnv In
I'cccmucr iicm, uv wnieii iiinn an ptrsung inn nig
claima against said Ilstuto are nulified nnd rn
quested to atletid for tho purposu ol having the
uamnailjiiiloil, Alt pcrsona.lndcblcil to said Ks
tnto arc reiiuBteil to make.. Immediate p.iymeut
totho undersigned. HlMtMAN lll.ulla,
Pated thia nilulay of (Kdobor, A. IH"71.
L KIT Kit TO TIIK ATTOItNKV 0 KN-
VINDICATION OF TIIK HIOHTS OF
Tin' fullowlni: comniunlcfitlon of tho
k'ovnrtior totliciittortiey-tjcnfrullilii iHcIf
suflD-iotstly cxplftiintory :
Kvi-cutitf Deti'f., Hprlngfleld, III".,
October arth, 171.
Hon. Wa.lilngton Iluhiie I, Altornej JJenerul !
I havo tlio honor to Invite your nltcn-
tion totho roport.'d clrcwnitiineea of tlio
unlawful klllint: of (Jftivml Thomas W.
Orosvtnor, 11 well-known citizen of Chi
ciiuo, that ocetirrtsl about tin.- 2Jth of Oc-tolx-r,
The lcmlinir fnet of lhi ittiiornuii
(itlair nre, u I ntn Informed, Unit Ucncral
Ori'ivctior, on tho night of the dny hefore
nientioncJ. when i)ecrlilv ii;hmhl' nloni'
0110 of thu puhlic streets of tin: city in the
direction of hi home, which wits nenr by,
win challenged by nn nnnad matt, orddrcd
to hull, find upon his refusal to obey tho
order was llrcd upon and mortally wound
ed. He iv ns convoyoa to n is liouie, ano,
nftcr lintjerifig 11 few hour?, died.
It appears alio, from report! made to
me, that there nro rcaons for believing
that (K'l.ernl (Jiosvcnor wa mortnlly
wounded by n younj; man named Theodore
N. Treat, who ta re-nJent til tho hli.tu ol
Wisconsin, but at the titno tlio wotindi
were Inllicted upon Oeneral Oroivunor,
was in this state, a tludu.it attending the
Hut the facts Unit cive tlio most extra
ordinary and startling character to this
unhappy affair are. tint upon the investi
gation instituted bv tho coroner of Cook
oountv, to ascertain tho cane and man
ner of the death of Oeneral
(irou'crnor, it wits l. 'closed that
at tlio time of tho infliction of tho mortal
wounds upon the person ! deceased,
Trent was .1 member of n reputeil military
organization known ns ' Ootnp niy L, First
r.cgi.uent of Chicago Volunteer., that
he had been posted where lie was encoun
tered bv Oeneral (Jroevcnur. bv some
person who claimed to bo his proper mili
tary superior, witti certain general oruers
nnd instruction for hi guidance, and that
the shooting of Grovenor was probably
within the fair nnd reasonable scopa of his
"When the facts thus d'uclo-ed before tho
inquest, came to my knowledge, bcin on
tirelv uninformed of tlio existence of such
a military organizrt.on as that of tho
' First lteglmcnt of Chicago Volunteer!,'
IIirected tlio adjutant general to institute
proper inquiries, and I And, from his re
nort. that on.or about tho 11th day of Oc
tober, 1871, Lieutenant General Phillip H.
Sheridan, of tho United States Army, in
command of the military divi.-ion of tho
.MIiouri, and whoso oflicial headquarters
aro in Chicago, issued from tho headquar
ters of the military division bei'010 men
tinned, nn order or orders that either ptir
porto to authorize Frank Sherman, 11 pri
vate citizen of tho I'nited States, to raise
troop, organize them into u regiment,
and, after organization, to as-umo com
mand, or that directed it regiment to bo
otherwise raised, nnd conferred tho com
mand unon Mr. Sherman. I have not
been able tu procure a enpy of the sup-pu-ed
order, and cannot I'urnMi a mure
preci-e or definite statement of its con
tents. It seems to ho certain, however, that
immediately lifter the order or orders al
ready mentioned were issued, Mr. Sher
man nsutntd the military rank of colonol
of tho first regiment of Chicago volunteers,
issued hi own order to fovoraloUicers of
tlio organized militia of tho state, calling
them and tho members of their respective
commands into sorvico for tho term of
twenty days ; and ho also demanded, or
uccepted when tendered, tho services of
tho students attendini; the Chicago univer
sity, who wcro In possession of
nrm, inrrii heit nv 111 s Mate. 11c
organized the troop- thus raised, with oth
ers cnli-tcd specially, requirsd them to
take an oath of enlistment, of which you
will bo furnished a cony, and cave to tho
organization that included tho students of
tlio l nivcrsiiy mo ueeignaiion 01 comim
ny h, first regiment of Chicago volun
teers ; and thu- Theodore N, Treat became
a member of said company and regiment,
and -tlbjeot, as ha etipposed, to tlio ordors
of Lieutenant Oeneral Sheridan and of
Frank T. Sherman, and others by them
appointed to command him.
I havo no reason to doubt that the sub
stantial truth of tho facts thus Mated fur
your information, cun bo established by
tlio met coiiipleto proofs, and it will proba
bly lie tntulo to appear, in addition, tiitit on
the 11th day of October. 1871, It. II. Ma
son, Kq., Mayor of Chicago, by his proc
lamation of tl"tit date, attempted to intrtit
t.i Lieutenant General Slierdian tho duty
of preservirg good order and peaco in i-aid
city, and that thn orders from tliu head
quarters of tlio .Military Divisou of the
.Missouri, that purport to nuthorizo tho
raii-lug of thn troops that afterwards com
posed tho First lteitnontof Chicngo Vol
unteers, weio issued by Leuteniint General
Sheridan, with tho full consent and appro
bation of tlio Mayor of Chicago,
It does not, in my judgment, a dinit of
question, that If tho orders of Lieutenant
General Sheridan, authorizing troops to bo
raised, organized and employed in, the city
of Chicago, under tho command of olllecrs
appointed by himself, can bo supported
upon tiny grounds atl'orded bv the consti
tution or tlio lawj. nntl that Theodero N,
Trent was 11 privato soldier in Mich lawful
military or organization, and that when bo
inflicted tho wounds thnt occasioned tho
death of Thomas W.Grosvenor, ho was act
ing In pursuance of tho legal orders of his
proper military superior, ho, as well ns
his superiors, nre guiltless of any legal of
If LloutenantJGenorallShoridan had tho
right to raise, organize and employ troops
in Chicago, while that right continued in
him tho'constituU.Qiv u",d Uip las,.of the
Htato of Illinois, to the 'extent' that thoy
conflict with thnt right, woro suspended,
anu wlille so suspended Had no operation
to urovido punishments for acts dono
under tho sanction of his paramount au
thority. "Nor can it be material, in this aspect of
tho case, whether his power to raise, organ
ize and employ troops under tho circum
stances is 0110 Unit purtains to his olhYa of
Liflutonitnt (loneral.or that it resulted from
the proclamation of tho mayor j for if his
power is established bv any mode, all thu
legal couscqui'iiecH ucioru umuiicu vu iui
low, and tho killing of a citizen by tinned
men, ncting'tinder his authority, uuut. bo
regarded os tho necessary price of publlo
safety. Hut If tho ordors of Lieutenant
General Sheridan urn without constitu
tional or Iftgnl warrant, they are utterly
void, and afford no protection to any poi
son for acts done in obedience to them.
And docs tho question thus stated admit
of hesitation or discussion?
No one will pretend that tho power to
raise, organizo and employ troops, or to
call the organized militia of tho states Into
sorvico, pertains to tho ofllcn of Lieuten
nt Oeneral in tho army of tho United
Stales. Nor will it bo uasy to find
defenders for tho opinion, If it should bo
expressed that tho muyor of a city can
cither oxorci'o or impart such to power
And I will not, with you, dlscuso tho
dangerous and deceptive theory of neces
sity or emergency that has been 10 often
Insisted upon to Jutify acts of lawless
usurpation. It is answer enough that tho
constitution of the State has not entrusted
to tlio mayors of Its cities, or to military
olllcru, the delicate duly of determining
when its forces may bo called Into service
or its laws bo suspended.
If theso conclusions nre correct, I think
you will perceive that It l now tho duty
ot tho Governor nnd the Attorney GciicmI,
nnd of nil other officers of the State, to
exert themselves to seo that the law nro
enforced against till the parties concerned
in these illegal nnd dangerous acts.
It is not ncecisnry, in determining
upon the line of duty to be adopted, to
Inquire whether the .Mayor of Chicago,
Lieutenant General Sherdian, Frank T.
Sherman and his associates and slippo'ed
subordinates, who wcro tlio agents by
which tho cleat's of Thomas V. Grosvoner
was produced, in nsuiming powers they did
not posse", nnd that while froo govern
ment endures cannot be conferred upon
them, were influenced by proper or im
proper motives or purposes.
They assumed to supend the oporation
of tho constitution and laws of the state,
and constitute in their stead the law of
military force, to bo detlned and applied
by themselves. They, by their lawloss
iicU, attacked and insulted tho dignity ttnd
authority of tho stute, stud have, by their
dangerous exumple, weakened public con
fidence in tho constitution und laws, and in
their attempt to enforce usurped and law
less authority tney have sacrificed tho life
of a peaceable citizen.
Animated by tho convictions I have thus
expressed, and confident in tho belief Unit
tho stato of Illinois, acting through the
proper departments of its government, is
capable of protecting its own people, and
of enforcing tho dignity and authority of
its own laws, I havo to reqjest thnt you,
in conjunction with tho states attorney of
the seventh judicial circuit, will bring all
the facts befote the grand jury of Cook
countv, in order that all persons concern
ed in the unlawful killing of Thomas "W.
Grosvcner mav bo brought to a speedy
I have the honor to be, with great res
pect, etc., John M. Palm Kit.
Economy. By Ui-tng Mrs. AVhitcontb's
Syrup for children many n doctor's bill
can be saved and much suffering averted.
Kead the advertisements in another col
umn. Just Kkckiveii. "V. V. Thornton
Tenth street between Commercial avenue
nnd Poplar street, has just received and in
toro 1,000 doors and 1,000 windows ttnd
Foit S.VI.V- A cottage on l'Jth street
containing 7 room-, cistern nnd out
houses complete. Apply to
AV. W. TltOUNTO.V.
Ovstkp.s. Louis Herbert htt tibvas on
bund a fresh supply of Saddle V.uck oys-
Go to Dr. Mctiuiiley for Kiittingcr's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure the chills
JonoENSON 1ms just received n )rirt;c sup
ply of Portland blue lierries. Try litem, tf
Tut Ilia American club flsli, put up n
oil, to be found nt Jorgensen's.
The finest vanilla chocolnte ptisto in
gins, at dorgeuson's. If.
The be?t Knst Indin dry preserved gin
ger at Jorgenseti'!. tf.
Liitlk Muck Claim (niinli.niL's al
F. S. MUHUAV,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS KKMiiVKIs VKO.M PKItUV IKHihE
imiOIC IiUlI.IHNO on SK'KNTHST
OPPOhlTI! WINTKHS III.OCK,
rjE has greatly imprmed his slecli, und lias
, now on hand nil liimls uf
SUA H l, ETC.
UK HAS MAUKKD DOWN 1'KlCKS
o tho loM-est living figures, uu.t hu itisitea the
palronutfii of the public.
S1HS. JI. SWANDKH,
DEALER IN 3IILLTNERY
LADIES KUUNISHINO (IOODS,
I'oiintn'rrlHl Aii'Sisie, tii)iilte I'.lllo
" " " -nml Urtyllioris'is
OI.OTHIls'O FOH LADIES' )VKAH
Made to otder, or llritdyMadn,
Has rocelvod 11 full and cnmplele stock of goods,
the newest and compli-lest 111 the city. Au im
mense vsrlty ol
KIUBONS, LACES AND FIUNCIKS
shn nlfers ireat linliiceiiiids to her Itiltrons und
all olhera loc.sll onher.eiainlii'! Ihe rl'cs, styles
aiUni!tyo; tier goon.
SIM1L1A SIMIL1BUS CUKANTUR
HAVK proved, from the most ample exper
ience, an entire iticeessi Himplc Prompt
htticlent and Reliable. They aro the only medi
cines perfectly adapted to popular use so sim
ple that mistakes cannot be made In using them;
ao harmless as to bo fren from danger, nnd so
(indent a to bo nltvnys reliable. They have rais
ed the highest commendations from all, nnd will
always render satisfaction.
1, Cures Vr,conKestlon, inflammation.'!
2, " Worisss, wnrinfeler, wotm colic, '
3, " frylng-colin or teething ot lnfant...'iA
4, " lllrrhiiea, of children and adults,..'i'
5, " ISyhcnlcr.v, Kilpinti. bdlous eolic.'Ai
, " I'liolerii. morbus, wunltinu...- :i'
7, " Clinlerit. eolihe, bronchitus i'.
f, " .ciir..liclii. tooth iche, faceache
C, " llciiiliielies, sick hesdnche. Tettl)?o'i.
10, " lsyaiiepslit' bilious stomachc .!"
11, " Hiiiirescl,i)r painful periods......?!
It, " Wlillrn, too profuse periods
11, " Croup, eoiiuh, difllrull LreatliliiK...
II, " Null Itlieiiiis, Kryslpcl.s-, Kruption.-?'.
IS, " ItlieiimnlUm, rneum.uc pains..
10, 11 l eserniisl AHiir.chlll fcser,KUes.'0
17. ' rile, blind or Meedlng....-....0
is, " 0iliililrmy, and sore or weak eyesWi
lis, " S'nlnrrli, acuin or chronic, Influenrafj
Vi, ' Wliooilnfc-l'tss:li,vlolcntcouhs'iO
'tl, " AHllstim, oppressed tirratliltu
" Kur IHaclinrnes, Impaired hearing'
'1, " aicrorilln-enlarueilRlands, snelllnu?.''0
'.'I, " SJeiieml ISelillily-, physical weak
2'i, 11 ISropsynnU scanty. Accretions ')
aJt ' Neu Slekiii'i,slckness from rldlncSo
tT, " lililiiey-ISlHOavc, (iravel W
" .ervoiiH llililllf y, seminal ein.-
nps.Inroliintarv dlcl.arites 1 PC
I'lielloxes, wits one vial of powder
very necessary in serious cuses,..S csi
2), - Sure .M011II1, canker VI
'Hi, " I'rltinry WriikiiesiH, weltlUK bed.'l
:il, 11 I'nliiml I'rrliMlo, with spams.....M
tt, Mtllerlllirsi,tt ehaDire of life. 1(0
3.1, " IIiillepx.y.fpasiiis.M Vltus'dance.I no
31, " lllptlierinnlc, eraled sore thn at fC
Ur:i5 to I0 lnrtre vials, iiinriirro
errosewnocl eiise, rwiitnliiliiir i
Hperlllr Tor every onclliinry l la
ease n fiiuilly IsHiihJecl f is, nisei
IiooIin of illrs-e Ileum ......from tin to SiJ
Muisller Siiinlly and TrnselliiR ca es,
M to 6slals irom H'4 tu ON
Hpiolfic tor all I'rliulc llHrnio,
Isitli for 4'urliiK and tor S'reveis
tlw Ireiitineiit, 111 vials nnd pocaet
cases ,..$a lis 3
Cures Hum", llrutscs, Lamenesi, Soreness, Sore
Throat, Hpridns, Toochache, Kirache. Neuralgia.
Rheuuiatntn, Lunibaxo, Piles, Molls, .Stums,
Wore Kyes, llltedlnKol the 1,11112', Nose, tftmii-
acn, or 01 j'lies, corns, I'icers, 111 norea.
I'nce, Cos., M cts.i Tints. $I..Vi; (J.prls, St'7.'
Theso remedies, except l'ond s Kxlract,
by tho case or slmrle hox, nro sent to any part of
thecouhtry, by mall or cipies, itce ot uiarge,
on receipt ol the price. Address
iil jiruiir.10 nri-.t iriu
Utlicn and Depot, No, inii llroudwar. New -To k
KOIt SALK II'- f-Clll'lt, CAlltO, Ills,
Use these only, nnd save time, heal h nnd
money 1,(mi leunrdtor any cae of disease, in
any state which they tall lo cure.
Dlt. lUCIIAU S DOLDKN 11AI.SA.M,
Nos. 1 and nre .hogrente-t alteratives known
Dlt. HlCHAU'.Sr.OI.nEN KLIXIU D'AMOL'lt
Is the itrenlest tonic and astringent ic the tiled
Illl. IllCHAU'S CiOI.DEN ANTlDOTi:
is the only reliable diurat.o.
These remedies nre not advertised to euro al
compl.iiuts, and beneptnone; but nre guaranteed
to died a radical and speedd cine liinll cases for
which they nre recommended, when all other
treatment lias f.uled. Tens ol thounnds yearly
recover bv their use. who havo lost all hoee. und
tieen pronounced as iiicuiablc b) the best ot our
Dlt. IllCHAU'S OOI.DKN 11A1.SAM
No. 1, cures ulcers, ulcerated sore throat nnd
mouth, sore eyes, cutaneous eruptions, topper
color.il Motciics, soreness 01 trie scaip, scroiiua,
etc. It Is tun greatest renevatnr. niierniiTe anu
blood puritier known, removes nil mercury from
the ssstem, nnd leaves the blood pure nnd
UR. ltlCHAU'ri liOLDP.N BALSAM,
No. 2. cures mercurial atlections. rheumatism In
all Its forms, and gives iiiimediute relief In n
Dlt. ItlCIIAU'H flOLIHIN ANTIDOTE,
A radical euro for nil urinary derangements
Price, r per bottle.
Dlt. IIICIIAD'S GOLDEN ELIXIT. D'AMOUit,
A ridical cure fnrnervoiiH or general debility, In
old or young, Impnitlns energy with wonderfu
Price 13 per bottle, or two tor
On receipt of price, these remedies will be ship
ped to nnv place. Prompt attention paid to all
correspondents. None Pennine without the name
uf ' Dlt. KICllAU'ti (lOLDEN UEMEUIEH, U. II.
Hinuniu, solo proprietor," blown in glass of
Circulars sent. Trade supplied as a liberal dis
count. Address, Dr. D. 11. Uichards.'iJl Varick-st , N.Y.
WSend money bv express or order goods
through your Drugged, aud jou will meet with
A HOOK FOH TIIK MILLION.
A I'll tare Counscloi
to the .Married or
those aliontto marrv
on tint physiological
mysteries nnd revelations ol the sexual svstem
Willi 1110 laitMiiiscovericH in proiiucing anu pro
venting ollspring, preserving tliecompleion,4c.
Tliiu Is 1111 Intel est Ing work of two hundred and
twentr Irur oiiL'es. wltn numerous engrnv lies.
and contains vuluablo inforiiiatloii for those who
aro married or contemplate marriage; still it us
book that ought to Ut under lock and key, and not
laid c:iiels-ly about the house.
Kent to nnv one tiree 01 postage; 101 cent
Addless" Dr. Illltta' Dispensary, No, 1.',
Eighth stieet, '."t. Louis, Mo.
Mot Ire lo list AIIHcU'il asset L'liforliiiiule.
Helnrii uiiiilvlni: lo tho notorious Ouackswhn
Hdverlisetn tne public papers or using any liunck
rtiiiieiiies, peruse it. ituitn won., nu totiiirr
wnat your iiiscase is or now ucpioranie j our eon-
Ilr. Units can be consu led. eersonallv or al
man, on 1110 ni-:ie.es iiieiuioneo in 111s wuras,
ollloe, .Nu. U N Eighth street, bet. Market and
Chestnut hi Iinis Mu. mvudwl
LOOK TO VOUH CIU liDHKN.
THE (I HEAT SOOTHING KE.MEDY.
Jlrs. 1 Cures colic and griping Prlre,
Will ll'HMIl'S ) in the bowels, mid fa. . s!.i
Mruu, 1 cilitatea tho process of Cents
' Iteelhlng. J
Mrs. r Subdues convulsions Price,
WIU'lt'OM IPS J and overcomes alldis- S3
Sjrup. I eases incident to In- Cents.
i. fants and children.
Mrs. f Cures diarrhea, Ulsen. "I Prlrc,
WIIITI'OMII'S 1 terynndstiminercuin.
Sjrup. 1 pla:ntlliclillilieu ol all Cents.
Ills the (Iront Infant's ami Children's Hoothlnx
lleineily In all disordera brought on by Teething
urany other cause. Prepared by thu
OUAFTON MEDICINE CO,, ht. Louis, Mo.
Sold by Driigu.Hla and Dealers in Medlc.no
everywhere. " mv7dwilm
Is hereby given that default haling been in ide
f.irinore thiiii sixty days in tho paynient uf
porllonof thu mnouiit sicurod In be paid bj a
certain mottgngo executed by Ernst Weber to
SatiiuelStaatsTayiiiraud EiIh.ii 1'sisons, trilslecs
of tho Cairo City prope.lv, listed March 1'Jlli,
IsiJ), reconlcd III tin! Ill nlcr'a olllce. In nsi I Im
Alexander cuuiily, lu the Slate if lllicols, In
book Prof deeds, pugo IM, .Vc , Wo thu under
signed, said trustees, will on Mduiilay, tne III
day of November next, A- D. ls71,at lOo'clm-l; in
tho lo.cnoon of that nay, under nml by vlrluo ol
the power of side contained In said uiurigaite, sell:
at public auction, tutlie highest bidder, lurinsli,
at ihe olllce building or s.tld Irilsteo, u iner
of Wasliiiigtoii iivenue uud ls.h stieet, in tlie
eltyofCalio, in Alexander eouiit.v ami rt 1 1 ol
llllliul'.lot iiuinbeicil III (tosly.i III bloek euin
bcred 1 tone,) In tho Third Ad-ntloi. to tlie clt ot
Cairo, occnid lug to tho u-'Hirdnd plat thereof,
with the unpurten luces, to utlsfy the puipoacs
andcon litions ot siildmnrtgaui, .
Patei Cairo, Ills. .October li 1, 1871.
H. KTAATS TIYI.OH,
1 "I rutfe of the Cairo Clly Properiyi
BUltOEU'S NEW STOCK.
MOKE NEW GOODS.
Multilists, Print, Nhovrl, clc,
One ol the most attracts illsplays of
Drought lo tho blty this season, may be seen at
the store of
Cosniiierrlnt-itTentiP, brlwren t'.lRhth
Kery afallabie space in the store room is filled
with Ner floods. Tnetr stock of cotton
Fabricks is complete, compris
tni; n lieai.t.ful selection of
rKINT.", Itl.KACI.KIl ANU UNUI.EACIIKII MCS
LINK, t.'OTTOX VLANXKLH, BT.
A splendid array of
Among which are Ihe
Nrwrsil null Most I'usihloiinblr
Colors and Materials.
Ihe.lidies will flud a tine assortment of
which will be soldchsaper than anything of Ihe
Vlnd eer sold luCilro.
Mr. Ilurgor hss laid In an Immense stock of
XoIIohm. nibbonn, Nsrklls, el.,
which ho will aell cheaper th.11 the cheapest.
(iUICKI-aT KOUTK FKOM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Sr. J.iiujf-, l.ouibViLLi:, Cincinnati, Cm-
cto, EV 1 OllK, UOSTON,
M Al l.
1'OINT.S KAST and west.
Pus -eoger trains arrive at and leave Cairo al fol-
Aaaivr ai.'liiii.in 3s JO p.m.
(iii'iitr IIiS5p.ni ana p.m.
Until trains connect at Centralla with train ou Ine
Puns, Decatur, llloiimingtcn, El Paso, La Salle.
Mendnla, f reeport.iiaiemi, LititiUiue, ains
nil points in Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, Wisconsin ami
Iowa. And with
Lines running East and West for
-1. Louis, Hpbiigtielil, Louisville,
Ciucinii.ttl, liiitmiiupolls, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg, Kort Wayne
and Chicago Hallroads for
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
vlbany, ltton, Philadelphia,
Nlagrit I'nlls, Erie, lluttalo,
New Yoik, Pitti-burg, ltaltlmore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPltlNGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN 11. It.
On and utter Monday, April 21th, 1 h"l , trains nil
run as ioiiuwsi
Tatias goisu hoitikist.
. 3:00 "
,. 4:1M "
.. 6:17 "
Leave Virginia i):4Ua.m ..
Arrive at Pains 11:40 m
ISilNJ QOISQ SOStllWUT,
Leave Paua. .-co n,m 3:3S o.ra.
Taylorville 4:47 4:28 "
Arrive at Springfield-Oils " :O0 "
LunveHpsniRfiedil C;i3 " 0:10
Arrive at Virginia 8:25 " -....S:15 "
TKAlNS QOISO 80UIiSt.
Leave Edgewood 5:ao u.m 10:10 a.m.
" Flora - 8:45 " 11:40 "
Arrive at bhawneetown:i:Snp ni 5:15 p.m
TRAINS OOINII MiaTllWIST.
Leave Bhawneetown 5:lr u.m 8.20p.us
" Flora 'J:55 ' T;0U"
Arrive nt Edgewood 4:50 8:20 "
The 0:110 a. in. train irom r.ugflwoou, niu uniy
Mondays, Wednesdays nnd Fridaye, and 5:45 a.m.
train from Shnwneetown on Tuesdays, Thurs
days anil baturdays.
Connects al Ashland wttli Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton Killroad, for Jtcksocville,
Petersburg, Mason City, a nd all points west.
Al.Hpnngneld. with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western llallroad, Inr
uioomington, umcago, anu an poini.s nurin.uortn-
I west and west.
I At l'ann with Ind. and H!. Louis, and Illinois
I Central Kallroad for all points east, south and
At I-.dgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
At Shawueetoaii, with sttiambuais for Cincln.
ti, Paducah, Cairo and St, l.ouis.
OHLAND SMITH, Oen'l Sup's.
Joiim FooJtTT.Oen'l Fr'st and Ticket Ag'l.
COAL ANU WOOD.
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!!
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
AH lteisp,ll not t'lseetprr
Thau any wood dealer in Cairo, Leave orders
on die slates at the Postofllce ami at Itoss' coal
yard, 011 Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Tweirth streets, Cairo, Illinois,
measure and will card tlio wood u
I give good
V, M . W A II P ,
WOOD AND COAL
FM. WAItl) is prepared to deliver the best
, Flro Wood and ntoue Coal
IN ANY r-AlsT OF TU K CITT,
Aud In any quantity desired, 011 short nutlet.
COAL DELIVEHKD at $1.50 l'Kn ton
.uFFICE-Over Hcerwart, Orth Oo.'a atove,
ttr odours alms the corner of Eighth street and
ConiniH' ' 'avenue, -leeaif
MHS. ANNA LANd,
kioiitii-kt., ii ut. washington and com-mkki;i.u.-aykni:ks,
Is now let-elviiig a hcniilllul assortment of
Fall Millinery Goods,
Including Huts nml Miiipcs of the latest tlyle
ItlLberx, l'liiwers mid FvatHein.
Mrs, Lung will also show customers Ibe Urges
To be found In the city.
Thla etjperb Hair Dye Is the list tuttcr. Wonto
-Perfectly Harmless. Hellable and Insthaeteous.
No disappointment. No Ridiculous Tints or Un
pleasant Odor. Tha Btrniine W. A. Bachelor's
llalr Wye produce! IMMEDIATELY a splendid
Illatk or nslural Brown. DoM not BtBln
Hkin, but leares the llalr Clean, Baft and Deanti
fill. The only Safe and Ferfect Dye.
Hold by all druggists. Factory HBoadtttrest,
New York. laaytSdeodAwW
Happy relief lor young men from the ellscisof
errors and abuses in early lite. Manhood re
stored. Neryous t'ehillty cured. Impedlnients
to marriage remored. New melhotl of treat,
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Dooks
and circulars sent free, in sealed enielopes. Ad
dress HOWAtlD ASSOCIATION', NO. 2 .south
Ninth Ht.. Philadelphia., I'a. oclldsatf
ITS CUKE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SCIIENCK, M. 1).
tyTIIE CAUSE AKD CUttE OT CON
SUMPTION, The primary csuse of Consump
Hon I s derangement of the dlcestlvo orcans This
derangement produces deflcUnl nutrition and at.,
slmllstion. lly assimilation, I mc.111 that process
by which the nutriment of the food Is convertcl
Into blood, and thcncii Into tho solids of the body
Persons with dlrestlon thus impaired, having the
lightest predisposition to pttltuonsry disease, or
If they take cold, will be very liable to have Con
sumption of tho Lungs in some of Its forms ; and
I hold that It will be Impossible to cure any caso
of Consumption without first restoring a good
digestion and healthy assimilation. The very first
thing to be done Is to cleanse the stomach and
bowels from all diseased mucus and slime which
are Clocking theso organs so that they cannot per.
form tbclr functions, and then ronte up and re
store the liver to a healthy action. For this pur
pose, the sort-it and best remedy Is Schenck't
Mandrake Pills. These Pills dean the stomach
and bowels of all the dead and morbid slime that
Is causing disease and decay lu the whole system.
They will clear ont the liver of all diseased bile
that baa accumulated there, and aronsa It up to a
new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bile la secreted.
iTbe stomach, bowels, and liver are thus cleansed
by the ate of Bchenck'i Mandrake Pills ; but there
remains In the stomach an excess of acid, the or
gan Is torpid and the appetite poor. In the bow
els, lb lacteal are weak, and requiring- strength
and support. It Is In acondltlou like this that
Schenck't Seaweed Tonic proves to be tbc most
valuable remedy ever discovered. It Is alkaline,
and lls im will neutralise all excess of acid, mak
ing the stomach sweet and fresh; It will glvo
permanent tone to this Important organ, ind cre
ate good, hearty appetite, and prepare the sys
tem for the first process of a good digestion, ani
ultimately make good, healthy, living blood. Af
ter this preparatory treatment, what remains t
core most uses of Consumption la the frees ant
persevering nse of Hchenck's Pulmonic Syrup.
The Pulmonic Syrup nourishes Ihe system, purl
lies the blood, and Is readily absorbed Into tho
circulation, and thence distributed to the diseased
lungs. There It ripens all morbid matters, wheth
er In the form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
assists Nature to expel all tho diseased matter in
the form of free expectoration, when once tt rl
pens. It Is then, by the great healing and purify
ing properties of Schcuck's Pulmonic Syrup,
that all ulcers and cavities aro healed up sound,
and my patient is cured.
The essential thing to be dono In curing Con
sumption Is to get up a good appetite and a good
digestion, so that the body will grow In flesh and
get strong. Its person has diseased lungs, a cav
ity or abscess there, the cavity cannot heal, the
matter cannot rlpeu, so long as the system is be
low par. What (a necessary to enre Is a new or
der of things, a good apctlte, a good nutrition.
Use body to grow In flesh and get 1st: then Na
ture la helped, tho cavities will heal, tho matter
will ripen and be thrown off In large quantities,
and the person regain health and strength. Thla
la the true and only plau to cure Consumption,
.. I . - I . vnH 1. . U n 1 ..... ... .. .
1 ulttll . u.in. .17 i.au, ,1 , ...up;- hi. iiu.
I entirely destroyed, or even If one lung Is entirely
I .nn. If then, ft ennni.ii vitality lct In the nlhpp
to heal up, thcro Is hope.
I have seen many persons rnreil, with only one
sound lung, live and enjoy life to a good old age.
This Is what Schenck'r Medicines n 111 do to euro
Consumption. They will clean out the stomach,
sweeten and strengthen It, get up a good diges
tion, and give Nature the assistance she needs to
clear the system of all tho disease that la In tho
lungs, whatever the form may be.
It It Important that, while using gchenck's
Medicines, care should be exercised not to lako
cold: keep ln-doort In cool and damp weather;
avoid night-air, and take out-door exercise only
In a genial and warm ennshlne,
I wish It distinctly understood that when I re
commend a patient to be careful In regard to tak
ing cold whiles nslng my medlclaee, I do so for
special reason. A man who has but partially re
covered front the effects of a bad cold Is far more
liable to a relapse than one who has been entirely
cured, and It Is precisely the same In regard to
Consumption. Bo long as the lungs art not per
fectly healed, Just 10 long It there Imminent dan
ger of a fun return of the disease. Hence It Is
that I to strenuously caution pulmonary patlenta
against exposing tliemselvct to an atmosphere
that It not genial and pleasant. Con Aimed Con
sumptives' lungs aro a mass of sores, which the
least chango of atmosphere villi Inflame. Tho
grand secret of tnv success with my mcdlclnea
consists in my ability to subdue inflammation in
stead of provoking ft, as many of tho faculty do.
An Inflamed lung caunet with safety to the pa
tient be exposed to the biting blasts of winter 01
tho chfilitig Minds of spring or autumn. It
should be carefully shielded from all Irritating In
fluences. The utmost rnmlntt should be observed
lu this particular, as without It a cure uudcr al
most any circumstances is au Impost iblllty.
The person should lie kept on n wholesome and
nutritious diet, and all the nudiclnea continued
uutU the hotly hat restored to it tho natural
quantity of flesh and strength,
I was myself cured by this ticatmcut of the
worst kind ol Consumption, mid have lived to
get fat and hearty there many u-ars, with onu
lung mastly gone. I havo cured thousands since,
and very many have been cuiedby this Iri-atuu-ut
whom Iliave never seen.
About the 1st of October, I expect lo take pos
session of my new building at the northeast cor.
tier of Sixth and Arch Streets, wheiolshall be
pleased lo give advice to all who may require It
Full directions accompany all my remedies, s
that a person In any part of the world can be read
ly cured by a strict observance of the same.
J. II. SCHKNCK, M.d!,
UUKLliUT & EDSALLJ
33 Ltsko-jtrcot, Chicago, WholotalojAgonta
" H. HOUPT,
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE
II aa on hand
A FINE STOOK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
1 The largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
in tiic cur.
HIDES! FURS I! PELTS! tl
bttbitbtt & cor.
Have opened a Hide Store in Thornton's Black
Tenth street, where tin highest cash price will
be paid for Uides, Sheep Felts, Fan and Tal
low, weill pay nlghtr pnese thou wm sitr be
fore paid for th tarn articlts In thla cltyi
Com and t us,