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JOHN II. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
IIOOtXAND'N.
To Debilitated Persons I
liyspsptlcsl To Hullirera from I.lver Com
plaint I I'o those having no Appetite I
To those with llrokcn Itown
ContlltutKini I
rvo H I'eoplet To Children Waiting Aui) I
To any Willi Debilitated Digestive
Organs I
)rSiiir rlnKllliiuiy or t lie i'oIIowIiir
Hi iiiiloins,
Which indicate IiMoitmrD I.iw.n. oh Stomach :
Such ni Con
slipitlou, Inward
Piles, I'lilness or
lllr.n.l f.. IK.. II..,., I I..I.I.
Ily of tlii- btomm'h, Nausea,
Heartburn, Disgust forl'ood, Full
ni-ss ur Weight lu the Stomach, "jour
hriieiutions, sinking or Muttering at lht
I'll of tlm Htomsoh, Hwlmmlmrof tln Head,
Hurried or Ditllcult llreathliig, Fluttering at the
Hem I Clinking or Sultucallng sensations when In
Lying Posture, Dimness ot Vision, Dot- or
Wehi UfuretheMght, Peter and Dull Palo
in the Head, DHii-ic net of Perspiration,
Yliuvmiaa of HmSkin ami Kyi-., I'iiiii
in the Hl.l. Hack Client, Llmb,
el Sudden KJuliot of Hint,
Hutu. ng In tho Fli-.li, Cuii.
stun 1 fitavin lii'n of
Uvll, anl ()n-t
Dcpii-ssimi of
Spirits.
HOOF LAND'S G HUMAN HITTERS
A Hitler icithout Alcohol or Spirit of
any kind,
I H dirhtnt from all other. Il la couponed ol
JL the pure Juice., or Vital Principle 01 Hoots,
Herbs m l IWrks, (or, as medicinally termed, K.x
traet.,) the worttileia nr Inert portions of the In
gredlents not being lined. Therefore, lu one bot
tle of this Kilter, there la contained an much
mediciiinl rirluu na will l3 lotind In several gal
lons of ordinary mixtures. The roots, ele,, n.isi
In Una Hitter are grown in (letmatiy, their vllul
pnntlples ojtractel In that country by n sclen
tide Chemist, and forwarder lo the manufactory
in thu city, where they are compounded and boU
tied. Containing no spirituous ingredients, ttila
Hitters Is free from tint objections urged agtln.t
all other. No dealre for stimulants can l ln
duccd from their Use; they cannot make drunk
ards, and cannot timJer Hny circumstances hare
any hut a beneficial ettect.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
Was compounded for thoae not inclined to ex
treme bitter, and la intended for ui In cane
when .otne alcoholic stimulant Is required incon
oection with the Tonic properties ofthe Hitter.
Koch botlle of the Tonic contain one bottle ol
the Hitler, combined witn pure H a NT A C'HL'.
HUM, and flavored in uch a manner that the n
Irenie bitterness of the Hitter la uter.'tihie,
fuiiulnii a preparation highly agreeable anU
pleasant ui tnepaiaie, aou containing Hie mecii'
Inal virtues or thu Hitters, 'llm tricr of tl.f
Toiiio it tl.il per bottle, which many persona
think too high. They mutt take Into consider
ationthattne ttimuUnt used la guarantied to be
Ot pure quality, A poor article could be tur
mailed at Rclunper price; but I It not belter to
pay a little inoie and lrive a, good article? A
medicinal preparation should contain none but
the bett Ingredient , and they who expect to ob
tain a cheap compoun t, and be bcnetlttrd by it,
will rnott certainly lie cheated.
GERMAN J3 J ITERS;
OS
no o r 1. A MI'S
0-E2S,3vIjtT TOKIC;
witn
HOOKLANDSl'ODOl'HYLLIN PILL
WILL CUKK VOU.
They are the irrtet lllotxl l'lirlll
em Known
to uie meuirai wuriu, mum win rra'iuiiic uipranes
,arllnit from impure o;oou, neiiiiiiy 01 me
Digest.veUrgans, or Iliteiaed Mwr,
In a thorter time than any
other known rem
edlea The Whole Hutireme Court of Pennavlrama
ileeoi the nupretne uouri ot i'runaiauia, at
pre.ent member ot ConKret from Penniylra
ola write :
Philadelphia, March 1, IMT.
J find Unofland'a Merman Hitter it aicood tonic.
apini in niiKuwi in nit iiMrrninn uil;ni biiii in
OKOltHK W. WOODWAltn.
piemo court ci rennayiTania j
Philadelphia, April HC7.
i conilder Hoorland tierinan Hitler ft alua
jim iiieiiiciui; iiiLM-t'i ui aunt an I ii'ii.i'aiiuu ur
i. ....j .. li I.
J AM IIS TIIOSIPaON.
Couit of i'ennirtnia :
l'hiladi Iplna. June 1, lsCT.
I ham fininil bv exiiorleiice that llootland'
iArinan inner i n irn uuuii ..miii-. icmviiuix
liKOIttiK HllAHSWOOl).
fitIO, 1 1.:
Ma or' Olhce, Hullalo. June SSi, lKtfi.
i nav ummI llcotland'a (ierman Hitter nnd
.1 ..IU..I Iniiln I. ...-
W.M. r. HOtJKlln.
a. t1nn.l Il..n.nl Vl'll llu...!. ....Pi
Pft. t
1 tnk srent nleaure In rccommcndini! Hoof-
ICteu Willi i'yBIieiiim. i nun iypiii'iiam i
....II. II wi.a Imiwiuallkla in l!t..iti any lrrnit fin tnv
muit ' " " ""i " i j - -
... t.-t .ii 'f.. n ...it u ,.r 'I'....... t.r.
Remember that llootland' Cerman Hitter,
iin,.rin.ij CurtnBii Tiinlr.. will pllrn I vprv
MARASMUS, Oil WASTIKQ AWAY OK THK
1IOUY.J
m It... irn.la flai-ninn Dami..
lieniCUIUrr lliai- UUI.BIi. a UDIIIIi.il va. ,.
... . ... .nu.ii.1 nn. vmi roniiirn in mirifv tltA
-..t.tHa ami uiTttntlltrO.
B, HOOI'IiAM)'H
PODOPHYLLIH
Ur Bubstitute tor Mercury Pills.
1 1U ( 1 lilJ V kJV.J,,. .v iiiun. )iiinriiiii jvi
innocent, veKetnuie i,aiiiHriic Known.
II ... .in. Mn.Aua.i.. In lllf- .1 fintlflllll nl
II B I1W, IL VVD"..! , h " .". v.. ...v
riUi.lll.1 I IlK 1 V VI I V II I IB I UUUIIlllllllli UI !IU All..-
the Uvor, '.'IcaiiinK it upcedlly from all oUtruc
tionn, with nil the power of Mercury, yet free
lrom ull the injurious reull!t attached to tho line
of that mineral.
For all omonse in which tho line of n cathartic
18 Indicated, these pill will itivo entire atlfac
Hon in every cane. They NKVKU KAHi.
lncunet of Uver Uoniidaint, liy.iiopsla, nnd
extreme Coattveneas, Dr. lloofland'H Gorman Hit
ler, orTonio, should ho used lu connection with
the Pill.. Thetonloeficctol'thenittem.orTonlc,
build up tho tyttcm. Tho Hitters, or Tonic, pu
rine tho blood, utrenRthena tho nerve, reg
ulates tho Liver, and gives strength, energy and
viuor
K ep your Howcls active with tho Pills, nnd
tono up tho system with Hitters, or Tonic, and
no disease can retain tho hold, or even as.ull you.
Uncollect that it is Ur lloollaud'H tiermnn Hem
dies that are so universally tued and hlfhly
recommended; nnd do imtiillow tho drugKlstto
induce you to lake anything else that hu may nay
must ai Rood, because ho makes n larger profit
on It. These remedleBViill bo tent by Express to
anv locality upon niipliration to tho PHINCIPAIi
OifpiOK. at the (iKHMAN MKDIClNh HTOHK,
W1AUCU BTHEET, FUIliAbELPllIAi
ICHAB.Bt.EVANM. Proprietor.
;f(LOtr;y;,M.v?ltioak Co.
MALOONN.
KIj DOHA do
UILLIAHI) SALOON AND HAH
HOOM.
JOHN UKTVM, roiirlctor.
lWdmmercial A.enue, CA1K0, IM.INOIrt
Heat brand of California CUar Juat received,
BlI.I.IAIlll Hnlonn fiirnlhed with the leat ol
tables i and bar uiiplled with wine, Ihrnora
and Clxar Of the lineal brand.
J-UH.MTUItK.
JJ. iS. JIAllHKLL,
DEALER IN FURNI'J'URE
(2UKEN.SWAKK
HOIJ.SH KlJItN'I.SHINO OOODS
UAH K1XTUUKS,
GI.A.S.SWA UK,
185 & 187 Coniinorcial Avenue
CAIRO, II.I.INOIH.
U ROCK HI EM AND IHIV UOODN.
WIDLIA.M KIjUGH,
UHLia la
FAMILY GROCERUCS,
Di.Y-GOODS,
NOTIONS, UOOTS AND SHOKS,
II ATA AND CAIH, ETC.,
Ha. Jutt received a heavy liie of Hoots and
Mhoes, Hoalt ry and Nutlolir,
KOU SALE FOU CASH VKKV UHKAI'
He alto has a Cue stock of Family firocerlet of
etery kind.
C.UNKU SIXTH-ST. AND COMMEU
CIAL-AV,,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
nooRN, hANii, irrci
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
Ul'ILDEHS- Sl'I'l'LY DEPOT,
13 J TKNTII hTHKKT,
OA I ISO ILLINOIS,
KOU I
Doom, Nusli, IIIIikU. MoiiIcIIiik,
I'jiv etiuttrrN, (woodi WludoM and Ituoj
I'miiins, lloorlnn;, I.ath,
SIiIiirIh4, Ulncral Knsli, tilnxeal Mile
I.IkIiIh, Ulnzinl TrnnnouiH,
NnaU WelKhtH, Nnali rulllei mid CortU,
Illlnd rostrnliii;, Itoollne
I'tlt, IIooOiik Oinent, I'laHterlnt;
Taper, Cnrpet relt. White
I -ed, IJ lineal Oil, Amerlran Mlmlow
f.lana, EnajIUli nnd French
Tlale Ulnm, Tiilly, (ilailcr'H oIiiIn,
Nrvvrr I'lpcM I'atriit I'liliiiiiey a.
Ktv.,
i:t
Kit-
AOENT.S fur Hock Itnei Paper Company'
.Sheathunt Kelt and Ijunrlz Cement.
11. W. John' Iiniirotril liootiti always on
and.
IIOOTN AMI NIIOKS.
WILLIAM KULKHS,
Kiuhlnnalile
HOOT AND SHOE MAKEU,
TWKNTIKTll STltnUT,
Uclween Wiu.iinulnu Atenue nnd Poplar .Street,
CAIKO, ILLS.
Hoot nnd Shoe Made to Order.
Pine Workmen Employed.
Satisfaction Warranted.
Patronage Hullclted,
CITY SHOE STOItE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
iii: aoinci ron
"BEOLASKI'S"
CUhTOM-MADK
1)00 T S AND S II 0 K S
luiurri'lul A vviiiie, 4'wruer of Kiuhth
Nlrecl,
Caiiio, Illinois.
PAHTICULAH ATTKNTION PAID TO ALL Oil
I)KR8 roit IIOOl'SKIKTH ANU HnOKS.
ADMINISTltATOH'S NOTIOK.
Estate of Michael Maloney, deceased.
The ttndersl)tned having been appointed Ad
ministrator of the Kstalo nl'Michail Maloney,
latoofthe County of Alexander, ami Ktatoof Illi
nois, deceased, hereby give notico that he will
appear before Hie County Court of Alosnnder
County, ut tho Court llouxe in tho City of Cairn
ui the December Term, on the thlid Monday In
lleceinber next, at which 1 1 mo nil persons having
claln s against suld INlato lire nolllled nnd in
rpteated tonttcud for the puipinn of having llui
samondjiniteil. All perfons Indebted to said IN.
tatetiro renuesled to make immediate payment
to tho undersigned. II lllill A.N IlLullS,
Aiiminislr.tor.
Dated this nth day of October, A. IMtiTl.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
THE BULLETIN.
VINCENTS LOTTERY SALE.
THK TWKNTV-SIXTII OP UKCKM1IKK KIXED
AH THK HAY OS WHICH THK HHAWIKtl
WILL COMK OKI'.
Determined to dispose; of ull tho ticket!
in liis lottery sale, .Mr. F. Vincent lias con
eluded to postpone tlic drawing until tho
2Cth of Dccomlior. Ho U now giving the
matter liln dovotod tittcntion, nnd In meet
ing with tlio most gratifying success on
every hand. During a recent trip lo Grand
Tower nnd other neighboring towns ho
disposed of nearly ono thousand ticket',
nnd tho demand I rapidly increasing, tho
drawing will not lail to couio oil" on tho
dav named.
Tlmri! uro fix prize.', liu principal
prize, us i well-known, heitig n splendid
reaidenco, that was erected at n cot of $10,
000. The ri'maitilng II w priwa are n
followi" :
Lot .11, hlock 4, M ndditiori to tho city
of Cairo, valued at i'jOO.
Lot 32, hlock I, 3d addition to tlio city
of Cuiro, valued tit $300.
Lot 30, block I, SJ addition tho city of
Cuiro, valued at $300.
Lot 83, hlock 1,3d addition to the city of
Cairo, valued at 5300.
Lot 17, hick 41 in tho citv of Cairo
Illinois, valued at $300. " octtidtf
-(Jo to Jorgensen's for imported Dun
dee orango marmalade, tho celebrated
London crystal vlnegur, in quart,' and
lioico Genoese figs. If
For Salk. A cottugo on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cistern and out
bouses complete. Apply to
V. V. Thoiinton.
Adams' dry corned fili, ii mo?t delicious
article, Iti abundance nt .Inrgcnsen's gro
cery store. tf.
Ov.otkrs. Louis Herbert has nlwns on
hand it fresh .tipply of .Saddle Hock oys
ers. tl
Go to Dr. McGuulcy for Jtatlitigcr'.s Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to euro the chills.
tf
Tut the American club fish, put up n
oil, to be fnund'at .Torgensen's.
Tin: finest vanilh chocolate pasto In
glass, at Jorgenson's. tf.
Tin; beit Ktut India dry preserved gin
ger nt JorgensonV. tf.
IlAltUKItS.
XKW DAKDKK SHOP,
fienrge, the barber lately ith Theobald and
K-chb-ch, haa opened a .Nl: lHniiru f-jiof, on
Cfiiiimerci.l atenue, In'tueen 17 ud ltti streets,
for the accommodation ol ladi'a and entleneii
ot tho upper part ot the city. He invite nil hi
old nnd new lrieuila to vi-it Ins shop, and a
sure them ,iolitu attention nnd unequalled work
either In hair etulm;;, cutting, htiiini; or sham
pooing. ocl--m
J. gku.steinhou.sk,
FASHIONABLE 33ARBER,
( or. Mil-Hi. nuil ('oiiiiut'rcinl-nY.
Obarp ltior.
:JClean Towel, and
ee-skillfull Workmen
Ctrl.a lieV and cluldn n's linlr cut and sham
pooed, either at the hhop or ut their own homes,
rGenilemeu'i nhukers tad hair dyed In
eiitifie manner. PatUUrtlr-n cuaranteeit.
1'AIXTN, OII.N,clr-
, I. eAKkt.lt, i. r. tin at
PAUKKll ic HLAKE,
ncAi.1 ns ik
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
l'lilty, llruzliio, faiiiiolliii,
WIKDOW GLASS.
WINDOW SHADKX,
And the relebraled illttmlnatlnt;
AUHOHA OIL.
itnoss' mriijiiNn, con. Utii-st. a com-
MKIICIAI.-AV.,
Oaiko, Illinois.
I.ll.MIIKIl.
S. WALT KltS,
nrAt.i:n in
HARD am) SOFT LUMBER
ot etery deferlplloii,
LATH, SUIXGLK.S, CKDAH I'O.STS,
D001JS, SASH, 15LINDS.
OUDKHS SOI.ICITKD.
S T K AMU O. A T , L U M JU K It,
Kiiinlxheil on tilinrtext notice.
Coinuiorciiil-av, bet. 1 0t 1 and llth-Mu.,
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Ji!J
LADIES, TAKK NOTICKI
i i .
MRS.0. McGEE,
KlQllTII 8TBKKT, 11KTWKKN WA81IIN(1T0N
AND COMMKUCIAL AVKNUKH,
Han just received a full and nplendid lino ol
NEW GOODS
liref trlmmlnga, ullk p;liup, wllk Ralnon, nut
iniio laccu, moiH trliumlni;', ctocUet button",
Ullk mid eiot bttttoiia, plii.h and trlinmiUK el
et. hatH and bonni ln, flue kid l'Iovch. hulks' ami
children' vhucs, and a lull and complete slock ol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of winch tht propoaen to veil at
O AN FITTEHM.
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
UAS KKMOVKU KHOM I'KIlltV HOUSE
to Tur.
MUCK MJILDIIN'O on SKVKNTII ST
OITOHITK WINTKIl'8 HLOCK,
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
HK ha. urently impro.ed hi. Mock, and ha.
lion on hand all Kind of
CHANDK.UKKH, HIIAt.'KKTH,
l'KNOKNIS, HALL LHIIITH,
OI.OIIK.H, BIIAIIW, KTC.
II K HAH SIAKKKD DOWN 1MUOK8
o the lmre.1 HviiiK fli(iire., and he Invito the
' rialronaVf of the publii-.
MUXINUItfl.
MRS. M. SWANDKIt,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FClt.VISIIING GOODS,
Coiuiuerrlal Aveinir, tii.il(- :I
and lla tliorii'n
Cairo, Ili.inoih.
CLOTHING FOK LADIES' WEAK
Made lo oriler, or Itf.idy-Made.
Ilaa reeelved a full and eiimpletc stock of good.,
the neweiit and cmnplete'-t in tho elly. An 1m-menat-
tarity ot
RIBUONS, LACKS AND FRINGES
she offers great Induceineta to her ptron and
all otheri toetll on her.eiamin the price., htylen
and quality of her cood.
IIA.VK8.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
. liiirlertl Jlureli .Tl, IStiO.
orriri ts
CITY NATIONAL HANK, -CAIKO
A. II. SAKrOKD, President-
h. H. TA YI.OU, Vive-l'n tldent i
V. HV.-iLOl', becretnry and Treasurer. 'J
Mi.ri-ruiic:
I. W. lUurLAV, Cum. (Jai ioiiiii,
F, il, .Srui kllLIII, I'At L O. Si lit II,
It. M. Cl'kMMillAM, W. I'. II ill I1MV,
J. M. I'll I I.IIK.
lleioillH iifaiiy Amouiil Iteeelvcal lrom
Tt'll t'ClllH l'lltltll.
1NTKHK4T paid on deposit at the rateol hi
percent, per annum. Mutch Inland Sptem
tier Int. Interest not Hithdrawn la r.dded liuiiio
dlttely to the principal of the deponlu, thereby
U'Vlng them compound Interest.
MAKRIED WOJIBN ANI CHILDItKN MAY
IJEPOSIT MONKY
0 THAT KO VST. tUt t'AX tittAK IT,
Open every businc.a day from t) a.m. to 3 p.m.
nnd .Saturday cteninx tor HAVINti JIKl'OHlTs
only, from 6 to 8 o'clock.
au'.0lf W. HYSI.Ol', Treasurer.
TT4T?. ni'PV A' A riUrX' A T
CAIKO II.L1.VUIS.
CAPITAL,
3100 00
orm-ran :
W. P. IIAI.l.lDAY, Pre.ldenli
A. H. HAI'I'OHI), Ca.hieri
WAIi'IIR HYSLOl', Aiaiatant Caahier,
MIllrliiliM
STAtTAM.IUI, KdlilllT 11. Ct'SInilAM,
KfUTT WlllTr, W. 1'. 11 ALLIUM,
Oro. I. Wii.ntMnii, rlTrriiis Hum
A. H. Sinuiih,
F.xrlmiiKP, Colli nntl I'lilltil NIhIch
. Ilontl IIoiikIiI mill Nolil.
D
Kl'OSI'lX received, and a general hankini;
Diiaiueas none.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIKO.
DANIKIi HUltli, I'reKldeni;
ItOHKHT W. SlII.LKIt, VIce-l'it Kldenl l
C.N. HUflHRS, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCIIANGK, coin, bank note., nnd United
tilutea nectirltiea bought and old.
Intercut Allowe.1 oh Tliuc ItepowllM.
rOVNIHli:N.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
UNUrACTL'liHIS or
earn HuKine-,
Hoileri,
Flour ond (irmt Mill.,
Saw MilU,
The "Tnpper' Talent Oral bar
MAOIUKKHYllfOlt OKNEHAL l'UIU'OSKH,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
nmde'.T
7, 1871.
MEBIC'AI,.
SIMILIA SIMILIRUS CURANTUR
urni'iiRKY'N
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
HAVK proved, from the moit ample exper
ience, nn entire tuceeaM Himplc Prompt
Kltlclenl and Reliable. They nro tho only medl
olnet perfectly adapted to popular tie no aim
pie that mlaiakeiennnnt lie mnda In uninc them;
' harmle.a na lo bo free from danger, and o
etlielootaa to bo nlwayi reliable. They have rain
ed the hlxhe.i commendation, from all, and will
alwa) render eatl.factlon.
N"; Centi.
I.Lurea pri4,coni(eatlon, Inflammation.'
it( " Wrin, Morin fever, woiiii colic 45
3, " l,rjlnc.eolioorteet)iinKoliiifantn...W
4, " lllrrliiM-n.of children and dulta...'i'
5, " liyNfiitpry, RrlpliiK.bdtouii collc.il
I"-, " a"lioloruwnorbu, vomltlnu...- !W
7, " 4'liolern. cold., bronehltim
l", " Xl'llriilKlii, touthache, facencho.....'i(i
, " llrmlnrlir, iek hoAdaehe. vertlgoS.1
10, ' lty'isln' biliotm atomaehc &
Hi " Niiirrap4l,orialnnil period.......!!;
Vi, " WliflrN, tooprofiiae enodn.......,.,i!i
1, " Criitiii, cough, dimcult breatliinic...'2."i
11, " Salt Itlieiuii. Krvslpela., Eruption.!
l'l, " llliriiiitnllHm, rlieiimattc pAina.....2A
lb, t'.-irriuttlARiM'.chllllevur.aitue.OO
a..". kiiii'i ui uiwuiiiK-. ...,l
lKi " alilillilruir, and aore or weak eye.n
1 " Cnfitrcli, acute or chronic, Innueniat".
'At, " Vlnupiiiir-'oiiKi. violentcouhniO
-1, " Aailliiiin, oppreed breathing ..0
'ii, " Kitr IHncliiirKci, luitKlired heannKW
-ii nrriiiiiiit,eniarseiif(ianiifi, nweiiintfftio
t!, " H-uirnl OehllKy, physical weak-
neaa ,V)
2., " llroiynnil ecantyheeretionii 10
V't ' Neil Mrltiicfcw.Hlclineaa from rldlncSo
W, " Hldne--llHoniw, Crnvel CO
-i, " .t-roiiH Debility, seminal eml-
tna,Invntitntarv dlacharge .,..! IV
I'lvelloxra, wits cnoSttalof powder
very necc.aary in eerlnm cusin...5 00
i!0, Hit re .Month, canker to
" L'rlimry WrnkncKH, welllnx bed.JO
II, " I'lilnrul I'rrliHlt, m ith apa-ms. ....')
its, " tiiflprlnipitchanue of life.... 100
.'ll, " i:iill.'sy,hpa.ama,nt Vitua'danee.l 00
.', " llilliirlnnle, erated xorn throat W
KASI1LY CASKl. I
orns to no Inrtro vliilai, nmrorni
orrnai'wouil case, roiifnliilnir it
Hprcinr far every nmlliiary fl
'iim ii futility lNiil(Ject lo, nuil
iihihj ni fiirociioim ....trom Siuniil
Hinaller t'nmllj- and TrnwIliiK ea
W to 83 vials uom '4 to 9N
Hpeolflc lor all I'rlvillP IHnensOM,
loti for 4'itrliiK and rnr Prrirn
titp treatment, in vialaand pocket
cac.a.. ,ga o a
PD.Ml'fi KXTItACT
Cairea Ilnrn., HruiHC., Latnenem, Koreneif, Sore
TJiroat, Mtiraln.a, Toochache. Karacho, Neiiralula.
Rlieiiinatlim, Lumbago, Piles, HnlN, Htiiicn,
Sore Kyea uioeilliisol (ho Lung, Noae, btmii
och, or or Piles; Coma, Cleern, oil Horcs.
Puce, 0 oi., to cta.j Pints. I..Vij (joirl, tl'TS
4T'rhee retnedlea, except Pond's Kxtract,
by the case or, sIhk'.o box, are sent to any part ol
theeouhtrr, by mall or expreaa, rrf of charRe,
on receipt ot the price Addre.a
II UMPHItbYS' SPECIFIC
. HOMEOPATHIC MKUIUINR CO.
Ofllce and Depot, No. Jivj Hrondway, New-Tork.
KOH HAIjK HY P. fcCHUH, CAlltO, Ills,
aii)jl5aeowanly
DR. RICIIAU'S
GOLDEN REMEDIES.
Use theap only, and saio time, healili and
money. $l,wi reward for any cae of diciue, In
any stage which they tail to cure.
DP.. UIC1IAU S DOLDEN 1JALSAM,
Noa. I nud 2, are .hogreate.t alteratives known
Dlt. HICHAU'H GOLDEN KLIXIU D'AMOUlt
Is the greatest tonic nnd astringent Ic tho mod
cal list.
Hit. niCllAU'S fiOLDKN ANTIDOTK
is the only reliable diuratic.
These remedies aro not advertised to curoal
comtihilnti, and bencllt none ; but aro irnaianteed
to ettect a radical anil spcedd cine In all cases for
which they are recommended, when all other
treatment lias failed. Tens of thousands veurlv
recover hr their use. who hitvo lost all bonu. ami
been pronounced as Incuiablo by tho best ot our
meuicni jacuitr.
DK. KICIIAU'S GOLDEN JIAJJSAM
No. 1, curen ulcers, ulcerated sore throat and
mouth, soie eye., cutaneous eruptions, copper
color.d blotches, soreneta of the scalp, acrolula,
etc. It Is the greatest renevator. alterative and
blood purifier known, rennvea all mercury from
the airtem, and leaves the blood puro and
healthy.
UK. IlICIIAU'ti (iOLDn.V HALSAM,
No. 2, cures mercurial atlecllon., rheumatism In
all its forms, and Kivea imineiliate relief in u
cases.
DH. HICIIAU'.S fiOLHIIN ANTIDOTE,
A radical cure for ull urinary derangements
Price, $1 per bottle.
DH. HlCHAU'd GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUlt,
A ridical cure for nervous orrcueral debility, In
oldoryouni:, ImputtliiK energy with wonderfu
ettect.
Prico $5 per bottle, or two for t'.
Ou receipt of price, these remedies will be alup
ped to any place. Prompt attention paid to ill
correspondents. Nonocenulne without the name
of ' Ull. UlCHAU'ddOLDEN ltl'.MEHIEH. 1). H.
IttciiABns, solo proprietor," blown In glass of
bottles.
Circulars sent. Trade supplied as a liberal dis
count. Addren, Dr. D. It. Ulchards,22S Varlck-st., N.Y.
SaTSend money by express or order goods
iiinniKo your iTUKKis'i nnu you win meet win
Inoo'i. lel'dan
A HOOK 'OIl THE MILLION.
MAR It I AGE
GUIDE.
A Ptivate Cotinseloi
lo tho Marrleit or
llio.e aboulto marry
on ttlil nlil slnb.iieiil
mysteries mid revelations uf the sexual system
wiiii tne laiestiiiscotenea in proiiiicltor ami pre
ventimr otlsnritnr. nrescrvlni- liieeoiiinlexinn.Ac.
Thin Is mi IutcrcstlnK work of io hundred and
tweuly.Kur paues, witn numerous enaravliiK.,
ami contains valuable iiiforiiiation for those who
are married or eonlemplatn marriage; still it is a
book that uiiiilutu bo under lock and key, nnd not
laid CHrcle"Iy about the liotise.
Bout to any one (free of postage) forf" cent
Address Dr. Units' Dispensary, No, 12,
Eighth sticet, '.it. Louis, Mo.
oilce to tho A filleted nntl L'tifortiiiiutr.
Hefore nptdylng lo the notorious Quack who
ndtenigu in Hie publlu papers oriislmr any Ijuack
remedies, peruse Dr. Hulls' work, no mailer
what your disease is or how deplorable your con
dition. Dr. Hulls can be consulted, personally or nt
innll in . II.., .Iimi.....j ....... I !l m l.iu u...t.
otMce, No. 12 N. Eighth street, bet. Market ami
Cliestunt ht Louis .Mo, mtlidwlv
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN,
THE (5 It EAT SOOTHING 11EMEDY.
lira. i Cures colic nnit griping
lie and griping Prlre,
Miwels, mid fa- I ii
the process of I Cruls
iiii.iltijiit n j in tn uo
Sjrup. I cilitates I
I teething,
Mra. C HllbdlieM a on v ulsinns
Price,
H lllTI'OMIl'Sl mid jvercomes alldls.
Cent's.
I'rlrr,
25
Cents.
hyrup. I eases inolilent to lu-
llama a
Mra. r Cures
H'HITCOMII'S I terym
Sjrup. plaint
IfgeS,
v lanis anuciiiiiireii.
Mrs. r Cures diarrhea, disen-'
linn suiiimercom.
ntlticliildienot nil
It Is the (Ireat Infant'a nnd Chililrun'. Hnnililnu
Itemedv 111 all disorders hroimht on bv Teeilihej
or any oilier oaitse, Prepared by tho
OKAFT0N MEDICINE CO., hi. Louis, Mo.
Bold bv Drilirirlsta and Dealers in Medleina
everywhere. icv7diim
NOTICE
Id herehv CI veil that default having been made
fur more than sixty daya in the. payment nf .
portion of tho amount aei'itred In be paid by n
certain mortgage executed bv Ernsl Weber to
tiaiiiuelStnatsTayicraiid Ednui Parsons, truslees
nt me cntrn uitv property, utien Jiarcii r.uu,
!kCU, recorded in tliu Heciinler's ollice, in mid tor
Alexanuer couniy, Hi tne Main it Illinois, in
book P, of deeds, pagn l.'.l, Ae , Wo the under
signed, suld trustees, will nn t-iiturday, the III.
day of November next, A. D. IMl.nt inu'eloekin
the foietioun of that itay, iiii.tr r mid by tiltiie ut
tho power nf salocontaiued In said iiiorlgaie, sell:
at publlu miction, to tho highest bidder, lurcakh,
ut the oHIee building of said Miustce., miner
of Wushlnglon utenite mid lrt.li stieit, in tho
i lty of Calio, In Alexiiiidt r eoiinty .ml Mi.t nl
llllnols.lot nniubeied 40 llurly.i in block mini
lu re. 1 1 (one,) In the Tnird Ad'iiiioi t'i the city of
Cairo, itccnrd lug to Hie icenideit lit thereof,
with the nnpurtenances, to ivtisly tho pi..,ocs
andcoiidillnns nt said nioitca o
Dated Cairo, Ills,, October 23, 1S7I.
H HTAA In TAVLOU,
I EDWIN PAIWONi,
'Trusteei of the Cairn City Properly
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV
DRV CIOODN.
RURGER'S NEW STOCK.
MORE NEW GOODS.
MtiMllitN, PrlBtn, Nhowl, etc,
One ol the most attractive display ef
DRY GOODS
Drought to the bity this season, may be seen it
the stotcof
4'ommprrlnlMiveiiiip, between I'Juhth
nntl .N'liuli-HtrretK,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
livery available spare in the store room is filled
with New (ioods. Tncir etoolt of Cotton
I'ahrisks ii complete, compris
ing a beautiful ickctlon of
I'ltlNTJ, III.KACLF.D AND UXDLKACU KU MUS
LINS, COTTON VLANSKLS, KTC,
A iplendln array of
DRESS O-OOIDS
Amonii vihioh are the
Xewrsjl mid Heal Fanbloaable
Colors and Materials,
7lie;t.adiea will flud a tine assortment of
CI.OAUN
AND
WOOIi333ST SHAWL3.
which will be sold cheaper than anything of the
kind ever sold Id Cairo.
Mr. Hurxer hs laid In an Immense stock ef
Notions), Ribbons), Kevktlen, etc.,
which he will sell cheaper thu the cheapeit.
RAII.ROAUN.
(iUlCKEST ItOUTEFKOM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TO
St. Louis, Louisvili.b, Cincinnati, Chi-
CAUO, NKW YoilK, UoaTOS,
AMU All.
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Panenger trains arrive at and leave Cairo as fol
lows :
mail. ririu),
Aimvi; 3l JO a. in 330 p.m.
DtrAiiv Ill IS p. in aiB p.m.
Uoth trains connect at Centralia with train on tne
roa
Pana, Decatur, Hloomlngtcn, El Pao, La Salle,
Mendota, Kreeport. (inlena, Dubiuiue, and
all points in Illinois, Misioun,
Minnesota, A'ifoonaln and
loua. Ami with
Lines running East and West for
M. Louis, Kpsjiigtielil, Louisville,
Ciiiciiiuatl, lintauapolii, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
boiithern, and Pittsburg, Fort Wayne
and Chicago Hallroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
Albany, Huston, I'tillailelphU,
Miigrn Kails, Erie, lluttalo,
.New Vnrk, Plttsliiirg, Ilaltimnre,
Washington,
AXD ALL IHJINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTIIEASTEHN It. It.
On and after Monday, Aprll'.!lli, 1871, trains wil
ruu as follows t
NORTHERN DIVISION.
TRAINS OINa SOl'TllIAlT,
Mail.
Exnreai
Leave Virginia vilua.m
... 12.15 p.m.
.... S.00 "
.... M "
S;17 "
Mill.
.3:33 p.m.
4:2
d.-OO '
, 0:10 "
0:15 "
rMiriugueiu uo M,
Tavliirvillo -10:SJ
Arrive ut Paint 11:10 nt
THINS OOISO NOaTHWKST.
Kiiiress
Leave Pans :laJo,m
Tailorville 4:4
ii
Arrive at rtprlngnld...C;U 11 ,
Leave Apsingtleld C:25 " ,
Arrive at Virginia 8:25 "
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
TU.INS OOIM1 S0UTI1IAHT.
Leave FMgewood 6:3Ua.m 10;10a.m.
Flora 8:2.'i " 11:40 "
Arrive at bhawneetown'JiUlp.m 6:15 p.m
TaAls. UUINO NUKTIIWKIT.
Leave Khawneetown S:41 n.nt ..., S.JOp.m
" Flora 2:5.1 " 7:110"
Arrive ut Edgewood 1:50 8:20"
The 5-.:W a.m. train from Edgewood, runs only
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and S:41.m.
train fioin Hhawneetown on Tuusdayii, Thurs
days andbattirdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
if Chicago and Alton llillroad, for Jicksonvllle,
Petersburg, Mason City, n tid all nolnts west.
At Hpriuglleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash ami Western Railroad, tor
uiuuunngion, unicagn, unit all points north,nortti
we.t anil west.
At Puna with 1ml. ami Nl. 1 .nilla ami flll-inla
veillim imiiruiiii ur ull IIOIUIS I'lUt. Hnitlli anH
nuilllieii.l.
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
eniral Railroad.
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
AtHhawneetoan, with steamboats for Cmclu
tl, Padticnh, Cairo nnd St. Louis.
OHL.ND SMITH, Gen'ISup'l.
Joint Foo-jiTT.Oen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag't.
CO Al. AND WOOD.
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!!
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Ah Cheap, If uot Cheaper
Thau any wood dealer In Cairo, Leave orders
on I lie slates ut the Postorllcn onJ at Rosa' coal
) aid, on Commercial avenue, bet een Tenth und
Twelfth streets, Cairo, Illinois, I give good
tneAHiirn ami will enl-d tliu wood tin If desired.
auglii.tr
DKNNIH HALhf ,
V . M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT,
pi M. WARD is prepared to deliver the btsl
Firo Wood and alone Coal
IN ANY PART OF THK
CITY,
And lu any ipiantlty desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $450 i-kk ton
UFFICU-Over Hrerwarl. Orth A Co.'s stove,
two doors tlaivu the corner ut Eighth stieet and
Ciimmi-ii 1 1 a Veil He. lecriil
MRS. ANNA LANG,
KKIin il-ST., HKT. WAhlll.NOTON AND COM-XKIK'IAL-AVK.N'Ukt,
In now 'ecelvingn benulilul Hssorlment of
Fall Millinery Goods,
Including II at and Hluipca of the latest stylo
lubber, i'lowerx sua lratker.
Mrs, l.un will also show customers th large,
"election of
Woolen Yrt.sj
To be found In tit city.
BLKACHINO AND fHKSBINU DONE TO
HfKCIAL MOTICEB.
BATCBKLOB'SHAIBBTB.
ii'i?J.?rM.r Jl?" Vl " 11,8 T " TMRWoatD
tPirfmtlv If irm in Un.v i. .. . .
N- - 1 --- v J "nn innntiifou!
ft Hliinnnintmaril V nt n...i . .
Pleasinl Odor. Thi? gfnnfne W. A. Bfcch!or'
It a nnf imaa lUUtMttifrrit
in z
niack or natural Brown. Do en not Btam the
u L . 1..., iaabaa.La . r i . . . . i . . .
biu, mi. irai.B iiiv amir .iran, noil ana iteautl.
il. The only flafe and Perfect Dye.
Hold by all druulitn. Factory la Bond Street,
ew York. lanvttd.odawlv
ON MARRIAGE.
IlappT relief tor voung men from the efiectsof
errors and abuica In early life. Manhood re
stored. Nervous debility cured. Impedimenta
vj uinrriaga removcu. new rnotnoci ot treat
ment. Now and retiurkablo retnedlea. Hook
and eirrulars sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION'. NO. 2 South
n'uui,-i,, rnuaiieipnia., ra. ooiiJAmi
CONSUMPTION.
ITSCUItE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. .1. II. SUIIENCK, M. J).
XV THE CAL'HK AND CURE OF CON
BDMITION. Tho primary came of Consump.
Hon Is derangement of tho digestive organs. This
derangement produces deficient nutrition and as.
Imitation. Ily assimilation, Imeau that process
by which the nutriment of tho food Is converted
Into blood, antllhcnco Into tho tolldsof the body.
Persons with dh'csllon thus Impaired, having tho
slightest predisposition to pulmonary disease, or
If they Uka cold, will bo very llablo to have Con
sumption of tho Lnngs In soma of Its forms ; and
1 hold that It will bo impossible to enro any caao
of Consumption without first restoring a good
dlcestlon and healthy aiilmllatlon. Tho very first
thing to be done Is to clcanso tho stomach and
bowels from ill diseased mucus and illrao which
are clocking these organs so that they cannot pen
form their functions, and then rouse op and re
store the liver to a healthy action. For this pur
poie, the surest and best remedy Is Schcnck's
Mandrake Fills. Theso Pills clean the stomach
nd bowels of all tho dead and morbid slime that
Is causing dlf taso and decay In the whole system.
They will clear out tho liver of all diseased blla
that hu accumulated there, and arouse It up to
new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bile ts secreted.
i The stomach, bowels, and Uvsrarc thus cleansed
by the use of Sche nek's Mandrake Pills ; bit then)
remains In the stomach an excess of acid, the or
gan Is torpid and the appetite poor. In the bow
els, the lacteal are weak, and requiring strength
and support. It Is In a condition like this that
Bcbenek't Heaweed Tonic proves to be tho most
valuable remedy ever discovered. It Is alkaline,
end Its ost will neutralise all excess of acid, mak
ing the stomach sweet and fresh; It will gtvu
permanent tone to this Important organ, end cre
ate a good, hearty appetite, and prepare the sys
tem for the first process of s good digestion, ant
ultimately nuke good, healthy, living blood. Af
ter this preparatory treatment, what remains te
eire most cases of Consumption Is the free and
persevering use of Bcbenck'i Pulmonic Syrup.
The Pulmonic Syrup nourishes the system, puri
nes 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
anlfts Nature to expel all tho diseased matter la
the form of free expectoration, when onco It ri
pens. Ills then, by tho great healing and purify
ing properties of Scheuck's Pulmonic Syrup,
that all ulcers and cavities arc healed up sound,
and my patient Is cured.
The essential thing to be done lu curing Con
sumption Is to get up a good appetite end s goat
digestion, so that the body will grow In flesh and
fsi strong. If a person has diseased lungs, a cav
tyor abscess there, the cavity cannot neat, the
matter cannot ripen, so long aa the system Is be
low par. What (s necessary to cure it new or
der of things, a good appetite, a good nutrition,
the body to grow lu Una and get fat: then Na
ture la helped, the cavities will heal, tne matter
will ripen ana bo thrown off In large quantities,
and the parson regsln health and strength. This
Is the true and only plan to cure Consumption,
and If a person Is very bod, If the lungs aro not
entirely destroyed, or even If one lungds entirely
rone. If there Is enough vitality lcf in tbo other
to heal up, there la bop.
I have seen many persons cured, with only one
sound lung, live and enjov life to a good old age.
This Is what Schenck'e Medicines v."ll do to cure
Consumption. They will clean out the stomsch,
sweeten and strengthen It, get npagood diges
tion, and give Nature the assistance she needs to
clear the system ef all the disease that Is In the
lungs, whatever tho form mar be.
It Is important that, while using 8chenck'e
Medicines, care should be exercised not to take
cold: keep In doors In cool and damp weather:
avoid night-air, and take out-door exercise ooli
In a genial and warm sunshine.
I wish It distinctly understood that when I re
commend a patient to be careful In regard to tak
ing cold while nilng my mcdiclaes, f do so for a
special rwson. A man wuo nas nut parttluy re
covered from the effects of a bad cold Is tir more
liable to a relapse tbsn ono who has been entirely
cured, and It is precisely tho tame In regard to
Consumption, Bo long at tbo lungs are not per
fee Ily healed, just so long Is them Imminent din-
Jer of a full return of the disease. Ilenco It U
hat I so strenuously caution pulmonary patients
agulnst exposing themselves to an atmospbera
that Is not genial and pleasant. Confirmed Con
sumptive' lungs aro a mats of sores, which tho
least changu of almoephero will inflame. The
grand secret of my success with my medlclnea
consists In my ability to subduo inflammation In
stead of provoking it, as many of the (acuity do.
An Inflamed lung rannot with safety to the pa
tient be exposed to tho biting blasts of vt Inter oi
the chflllng winds of spring or autnmii. It
should bo carefully shielded from all irritating In
lluences. The utmost caution should bo observed
In this particular, aa without It a cure under al
most any circumstances is an lmpoi s Iblllty.
The person should bo kept on a wholesome and
utrltlou diet, and all tliu midlciuc contluued
until tho body has restored to It thu natural
quantity of flesh tud strength.
I wae myself cured by this treatment of tha
W(iri'.kl,"i J Consumption, and hate lived to
get fat and hearty theso many tears, tilth onu
lung mostly gone. I have cured thousand since,
andvery many have been cured by lbl treatment
whom I have never semi.
About the 1st of October, I expect to take pos
sesion or my new building at the northeast cor
ncrof Sixth and, Arch Streets, where I shall bn
P1??.?1,!0 k',ro dvlce to all who may require It.
Full directions accompany all ray remedies.su
that a person in any part of the world can bo read
ly cured by a strict observance of the same.
J. II. SCHE.VCK, M.l)
Philadelphia.
HURL11UT & KDSALLJ
32 Lftko-street, Chicago, "WholesalcjAgentJ
WATCHMAKER.
PRAOTICA L WATC'HMAKKR.
H. HOUPT,
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
II aa on hand
A FINE STOCK OP WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given lo
REPAIRING PINE WATCHES.
. The largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
MlHCKIXANKOl'M.
HIDES! FURS 1 1 PELTS 1 1 1
b tj :e, 2r nu o? t & c o.
Have opened a Hide Store In Thornton's Block
Tenth street, where tit highest cash price will
bo paid for Hides, Sheep Pells, Kurt and Tats
low. wewm pijr hituw prlCM lnuj wu ,m Lc
fore paid for the tame articles in this city.
Come tud see us,
OKHEK.
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