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JOII N II. OBERLY & CO.,
To Debilitated Persons I
Dyspeptical To Hnfltrsr from Liver Com
plaint I To Ihoaa having no Appetite I
To thosa vrlth Itrokcn Down
rvous I'eopln I To Children Wasting A way I
To any with Ixbllltntc.l Digestive
ItrHlliri rliiK Willi liny rilip 'allowlii
Wlucli indicate DisosDrarn Liven oh Stomach i
Suoli iu Con
Piles, Kulncs or
, Itloo.llotho Head, Acid. ,
Ity of the fltnmsVn, Nausea, '
Heartburn, Disgust (or Food. Full
ness or Weight In the Htomacli, Sour
l.riieitatinns, Kinking or Fluttering at the)
I'll of the Stomach, Hwimtnins' of Ilia Head,
Hurried or DiUUiuUIireathing, I'lutterlsKst tha
Heart Choking or Hotiocatlng tSensatious when Jo
Lying Pasture, Miriness1 ot Vision, Pots or
Webs Ix-foro IhiiNglit, Paver and Hull I'aln
In the !lead, Deficiency of Perspiration,
Yellowness of the hklti and Kyea, I'.iln
III the Hide, Back Chest. Limbs,
etc.. Sudden Pitches of lit at,
limning In the, Kloah, Con.
alant Imagiiiliia'a of
Kvtl, and tin at
HOOP LAND'S GEKM AN UITTKHS
A liitkn without Alcohol or tijriritt of
IHdUlcrciit from all other;, it la conit'O'ed ot
I thrt pure Juiced, Or Vlfat Principle ol'ItdoM,'
neri ami iiarka, ur, as mcmclnally termed, Kx.
Iraets,) the worthless or inert portion of the In
irredlenfa not bring lined. Therefore, In one Ini
tio of thl Ilittera there l contained an much
incdlcisal virion a will bo lomiil in several gal.
Ions of ordinary mixture. The roota, tic, used
in Itil Hitters ar grown In (Jermany, their vital
pllnttiie uitractel In Hint country by n scien
tific, Clieinlsl, and forwarded to the manufactory
in thia city, where they are compounded and bot
tled. Containing no spirituous ingredients, this
Ilittera l frefrum the objection urg-I ag-tlnat
all others. No desire for stlniuUnta can be In
duceil from their Me; they cannot make drunk
ard, and cannot under any circumstances hate
any bum beneficial eftect.
HOOFLAND'S GKltMAN TONIC
Was compounded for those r.ol inclined to ex
treme bittern, and Is intended for u.e la cases
when lOrao alcoliolic stimulant Is required in con
nection with the Tonic properties of the ilittera.
Kach rxitlle of the Tonic contain one bottle ol
the Itinera, combined wlm pure HaNTA CIU!Z
HUM, and flavored in pitch a manner that the ex
treme bitternesa of the Ilittera la orerjomr,
lurmlng a preparation highly agreeable and
pleasant to thejmlate, aid containing the medic
inal virtues or the Hitters. The price ot the
TDntC'lt'fl.M per bottlcTwhlch man persons
think too hlr,h. Tney mint take Into consider
ation that tne stimulant' utsal is guarantaed to U
(at pure ntiality. A or article rould be fur
nisned at fc cheaper prle tut Is It not better to
pay little more and have a good article 1 A
mellclnal preparation should contain none but
the beat Ingredients ; and they who expect to ob
tain a cheap comKiund, and U; hcuentted by it,
will moat certainly be cheated.
II O til' I. AMI'S
Gr IE 33, 2u A-IT TOKIC;
HOOKI.AND'S PODOHIYLLIN TILL
Wltl. CUItK YOU.
Tliej npe Ilie firrnlrwl IIIoimI 1'nrill
To thqincdwul world, ami will cradicati diicuea
anainK from,uipuro Uood, Ik'blllty of the'
DiKeitivcOrKain, or Di.caaed Liter,
In a ahorter time than liny
other known rem
The Wholo Supreme Court of I'eonaylrania
peak for tncan remedies. Who would aak for
mere dignified and atronR'r teatimony J
Hon. Ueori;e V. Woouwara, tormeny t.nict Jus.
lice 01 thv Hupreme Court of IVnimylranla, at
pieaent member ol Conirresa from l'cnn.ylta
nlavrrilea: Philadelphia. March 16. 1T.
Hind lloofland'a (Jerman Ilittera Is aiiood tonic,
useful in diaeaaea of the dlKeative ornuna, and of
grvat benefit in cases ol debility and want of
nervoua rwlion in the eyatem.. Yours, truly.
Hon. James Thompaon, Chief Justice of the Bu-
prcme Court of I'ennaylvanla:
1 Philadelphia, April 28, 17.
1 conahler lloofland'a Oennan Hitters a valua
ble meilicino In caeea of attacks of Indiichllon or
Urspepaia. 1 can CKrlify Hit" Itoni ray experi
ence ot It. Yours, with realiect.
lion, (ieoree Sharawood, Junticu of the Supreme
Phlladilphln. June 1, 18CJ.
1 have found by experience that lloofland'a
German Ilittera Is n very Rood tonic, relievinR
dyspeptic symptoms almost directly.
' ' 1 ' ' liKUlltlK HHARSWOOH.
Hon. Wm. V. Koiers, Mayor ol the City of lluf.
f.tlo, H, Y.t
Mnyor'a flllce. llutUto, Juno23, U09.
1 have uaed llcorlnnira (icrinan Hitlers nnd
Tonlo in my tamily during tlm puat year, and can
recommend them as nn excellent tonic, impart
ihg tone und vIkt to tho avsU'in. Their usulias
boen productive of decidedly tcuelloial etlects.
M Jit Y llOfJEKiia
Hon. James M. Wood. ox-Mayorot Wllliamsport
1 tike Kreat jileasure in recommending lloof
land'a (Jerman Tonlo to any one who may beat
Dieted with Uysepsia. 1 had tlm Hyapepsia so
badly it wits impossible to keep any lood on my
tomrtcli, nnd 1 beciuno so wenk as not to be ablo
to walk half ft mile, Two bntilna of Tonlo ef.
tected n perfect cure. JAMK-S M. WOOD,
Itetttoittlier that lloofland'a Herman Hitters,
and Hootiiind'a Ueriuan Tonic, will euro every
crura ol' 1 ..i
UAKAHMUS, OH ASTIKO AWAVbF THK
Hciuoinbrr that HoolhindV Clerman Heme,
dies are the medicines ynu require to purify the
Hloot, excite the torpid Hirer to healthy action,
and to .enable you U piixa toddy through tuiy
htrdlupandexa)surf. ' '
It It . HOOFI.AXlt'N
podo jp'tt yr tstj x it
Or Bubatitulo lor Mercury Pills,
IWO PJM.H A DO.SK. Tho most powerful, yet
Iuuocent, Vegetable Cnlhnrtla Known,
II is not necessary to take a handful ot these
Pills to produce the desired ellect. Two of them
Mt quickly and powerfully, cleniHinj? tho l.lver,
tltoinach und llowels, of nil liupurillej, Tho
principal Ingredient la Podophyllin, or the Alco.
holla iBxHct of Maodruke,, which la by many
times more poweiful, acting nnd searching, than
tho Mandrake Itself, lis peculiar action is upon
tho Liver, cleaning it speedily from nil obstruc
tions, with all the power of Mercury, yet free
from all the injurious results attached to the use
of.!'! "'!?"' . ...
JOr all UIKUfl-to ,1, . .1117 lion ui u tnuinitiu
it Indicated, these pills will slve entire satisfac
tion in every caje. They NKVKR FAIH.
In cases of Hiver 'Complaint, liWiiepsIa; and'
..f-omrrt'naliTenesi. DrTnDOfiandrs oorman ltlt.
theT'llls. Tho tonlo clloct of tia Uitlers, or Tonlo,
lOniC, KIlUlllU UU UBl'll HI VUllllVCllOU Willi
buildl up trio sysiem." xno nmcio, ur ionic, iu.
nfies tho blood, Btrengtliens tho nerveu, reg.
ulates tUeijej, and gives jtrngjli, energy aijd
''fcep your llowola actlvo with tho Pills', nnd
tone up ttio system with Hitters, or Tonic, and
no disease can re tula the hold,' or even assail you.
Recollect that it la Dr llootland'a Herman Hem.
...i... .1... j.-a un unllMrdilllv ll.-il nml lllnlllt.
sjuies lliai io " M..I.V......J m-
recommended ; mid do not allow the druggist to
111 luce you lotuko anything clso that he may aay
lust an good, because he makes a larger profit
.i it TliRaoremodloswlll be sent by Kxpresato
nv locality upon application to the Vltl.NCIl'AI.
OKFICE, at the OKHMAN MKHlClNt, UTOKE,
UAIWH BTBEKT, WlH-APKU'lJU.
VIIAN. M. KVANK, Proprtctor.
!Forer.y M. Jokon Co,
15IL1.IAIU) SALOON AND 11 Alt
KOOM. JOHN IJATfi, l'rotrletor.
100 (itmmercial Avenue, CA1HO, M.MNOIH,
Ileal brand of California CUara Juat received,
BII.I.IAltll saloon furnished with lh-UHt ol
tables; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and elgani of the finest brands.
JJ. 8. IlAHHHLL, -
DEALER IN FURNITURE
I10U8K FUltNISHINO (300DS
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
UKOCKRIKS AND IlHV UOOON.
HOOTS AND SHOES,
It ATM AND CAl'rt, KTC,
Has Just received a beavy rUi of Hoots and
Hhots, Hosiery and )tlons,
FOlt SALE FOK CASH VEUV CHEA P
He also has a fine stock of Family Uroceriet ot
(TWWEK SIXTH-ST. AND COMMEIS
IIOURH, NANII. ETC I
3.- ?jwura3cawwajr -
W. W. THORNTON'S,
liUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13J TI'.NTII STI'.KKT,
Doom, NhsIi, IIIIikN, .MiiiiIiIIiik,
lUttcliiillrrasnootl) Wluilott mill llooj
rrniiie, 1'lnorlnir, Ijtlh,
MiliiKleat, lilnxt-d Snail, ;inel Side
I.lglttH, CIiikhI Triiiiknitia,
Nnalt VrlKliln, Nnali I'tillltt mid Curtlat,
initial I'liKlenltigN, Itoollttc;
Fell, ltooHtiK I'r me tit, I'lahterllip;
lnper, Cairprt Fell, 'H'lillp
Lend, IJuatHl (III, Anierirnii WIiiiIoh
UlttHH, KiiKlUh nml 1" re tic It
I'lnle UlnoH, I'tilly, (Jlmlcr'si lolntH,
Newer 11 pen 1'nteut Cliliiitieya,
AOENTS tor Hock lliei I'.tper Company'
Hheathlng Felt and tjunrlc Cement.
11. W. John's Improted Koollug always on
1IOOTN AM NIIOKS.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKEIt,
lletwren Waahinutoii Avenue nnd Poplar Mrert,
Hoots and Shoes Made to Order.
Fine Workmen Kinployed.
tint is faction Win ruined.
01TY SHOE STOKE
HOOP. SIURT FACTORY
SULK K1FNCY rOtt
U 0 0 T S AND S II 0 K S
luiiirrrlal Aveuitc, Corner of F.lgltlli
I'ARTICULAU ATTKNTION PAID TO ALL OR
DERS FOR 1I00VSKIKTS AND'flHOItS.
Estate of Michael Mr5loney,'d'eceaiedJ
Tho undcralgneil haritig been appointcil Ad
ministrator of the Kstate of Michael Muloney,
late of tho County , of Alexander, and Utateof 111)'
lioa;deaaed, hereby givea notice, tliati tie will
appear before ilio County Court of Alexander
finiintv. at the Court House In tho City of Cairo
at the December Term, 1111 the thlid Monday in
December next, at which time. ll person having
claims ngamit suld Haliito nro noliiled and ro
quested to a'teud for he purpose or having the
Mauiosljnsiqilf 'All porspna Indebted to aald Es
tate are reqiisted to innko Immeillate payment
totho undersigned. UKUMANlll.oltS,
Hated this nth day of OotoljtT, A, I) , mi.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALE-
THE TWENTV-HIXTH OF UKCF.MHEIt FIXED
AS THE DAY O.V WHICH THK DHAWINO
WILL COMB OFF.
Determined 16 diipojo of all tho tickets
In lils lottery alc,Mr. F. Vincent 1ms eon
cltidcd to potpono tint drawing until tho
20th of December. Ho Is now giving tlto
mnttcr his dcvoUjd nttontioti, and is mcet
ing with tho most grutifylng success on
Thoru nro six prizes, Uio irincipnl
prize, lis is wull-hnown, being u splendid
residence, Hint was erected at it cot of $10,
000. Tho remaining live prizes nro m
Iot 3t, block I, &V1 addition to tho city
of Cairo, vnlued nl $500.
Lot .TJ, block 4, 3d addition to tho city
of Cairo, vulttfd at $300.
Lot 00, block I, 3d addition tho city of
Cairo, vul.icd at $H
Lot 83, block 1,3d addition to the city or
Cairo, valued At $300.
Lot 17,'blodk 4C, in tho citv of CaIto
Dllnolc, valued tit 5800. ' octCdtf
Just Ukckivkh. AV. V. Thornton
Tenth street between Cotntncrciul avenue
and J'oplnr itrcjt, htti just 'received nml In
tore 1,000 door und 1,000 windows and
Mahiuaok OoiDK. IntorqUing work
numerous engraving!, 2'2I pages. Price
CO cunts. Addrcjs Or. liutts' l)ispviirary
No. 12 North Klghtli titrect, St. Louis
Mo. Sco Advertlicmtut. tf
I 'I ACT IC A h WA TC 1 1 M A K Kit.
NO. liO WASHINGTON AVKNUK
,1.1 . II J- oti band
A- FINK STOCK OF WATCH KS,
CLOCKS, MKWKLHV, KTO.
I'.irtlcul.ir attention glten to
UKl'AIUINO FINK WATCH KS.
T ho largest stock of
GOLD AND KILVKR WATCHES
ik rnr. cirr.
.MUS. ANNA LAN(t,
F.I(IIITIt-r;T,, 1IKT. WAHIINOTON ANII TOM-MKItCIAL-AVKNl'Kf",
Isnoir leceiringa beautllul asanrlment of
Fall Millinery Goods,
Ineludlnj? Hats and Bliapes of tlie l.itci-l M)le
ItlltltvrN, I'loncrN nml I'entlirrti.
Mr. l.nng ' ill ul-tj alioiv cntotnera tlie Isrges
Tu be found in lliecjty.,
IILKATIIINO AND FIIOMNU IIONF. TO
11.' SMY1MI & CO.,
WHOL KS A L K (iKOC'KKS,
OHIO L K V F. K
' AlltO. I 1. 1, I X (IIS,
A'so, keei cnnatintly on band n most emn
1'lele stoel; of
SCOTCH AND IIltCH WHISK! KS
ft 1 N H,-
Fort, Jlftileria, Sliur and Catawba Vines
1 SMVTII CO. selTTxelnslvely for eaali.lo
XV. wlnoli fuel tliey invito tlie esjiecial atl'-n.
IKill of eloie Ij.U'J.llll buyers.
Special attention yiven to Filling Orders
Use tlieso only, nnd save time, heal li nnd
money $l,0 irwnrd lor tiny ease of disease, In
any stugu w Inch they lull to cure,
'UU. 1UOHAU S DOLDEN JIAIiJAM,
Nos. 1 nud tire .bo grentost allyratives Itnuwu
DR. UICHAU'SOOLDEN KMXHl D'AMOUH '
is tlie greatest tonic uud uitriu)jeut lc the med -cal
1)K. niCUAIFB UOLUEK AMIDOTU
la the only reliable dmratic.
Tlieso remedies are not advertised to cure nl
ootm.lulots, nnd benelituont', but uru miaranteed
toettectit radical and a)ieedil clue In nil eases for
which they are recommended, when all other
treatment lias fulled, 'fens of thousands yearly
recover by their use, who liavo lost all hope, und
been pronounced as lucuihble by the best of our
medical faculty, , ,
DU. HICUAU'S GOLDEN UALSAH
No, 1, cures ulcers, ulcerated sore throat nnd
mouth, sore eyes, villaneous eruptions, copper
colored blotches, soreness of tho aoalp, acrottilu.
etc. It la the Kreatest renevator. alterative nml
blood purifier known, removes all mercury from
the at stem, ami leaves ,lho blood pure nnd
PR. HIOHAU'S GOLDEN HAI.SAM,
No. 2, cures mercurial atlections, rheumatism in
nil Its forma, mid gives immediate relief lu a
PR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical euro for all urinary derangements
Trice, 1 pet bottle.
DR. RICIIAU'S G0LI)F,N ELIXIR D'AMOUlt,
A rid leal cure fornervous orccneral debility, In
oldoryounc, imparting energy llh wondcrfu
Prico tS tier bottle, or two for 19.
On receipt of prico, those remedies will be ship,
ped to any place. Prompt attention paid to all
om respondents. Nnnoeeuuino without tho name
uP IIR, UlCIIAU'tt GOLDEN REMEIilEH, 1), 11.
llicttiiiDt, sole proprietor," blown in gltss of
Circulars scut. Trade supplied as n liberal dis
Addteis, Dr. D. II, Richards, 28 Vnrlck.st., N.Y.
WSend monev bv exnreas or Arder ffouls
tliioUKhyour Drugglal, and you will meet with
WINKN AND l.mOOIU.
VM. II. SCIIUTTKR,
lntinrler nml Wliolennlr Ielrr In
Aent fgr llio.Usl braoJi of
CREAM AND STOCK AIK,
luipnrleal AIpm at DltTrrrul KIiiiN.
75 Ohio Levkr,
tf CAIUO, ll.I.l.VSi.
V. M. STOUKFLKTH,
ivctttion rontE a trorxriCTii
IleotlOer nml Wholesale Denlrr n
I'nrrlffii nml llttinrNtlc
WIES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Levke, ;
HI. keeps on band enslaiitly a full stock o
Old Kentucky Houtbnn, live and MononKa
he Whlaklea, French Hrandies, Holland tlin,
I'.tiineand Olitornla Winea. ) inSoif
D It Y 41 O l H.
71. FALL-WINTER. .72.
C. II AN NY.
ST It I l'ES,
KKNTUCKV JF.ANH, F.XTR,
U LAC IC A LP A CAS
GHOS G UAIN SILKS,
POP 1. 1. vs.
LA1UJE STOCK OF C-S.R FETING,
O I L CLOTHS,
UN i:ntlrrNloek Mow In.lni: 4itl
VEHY LOW FIGURES.
COHNKK 8l'II hT., AND COMXIKKCIAL-AV.,
, r. iisktn. o. r. nun
I 'AUK EH & HLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putt)-, llotixliir, Gnsiillite,
And tho celebrated illumination
linOrJS'llUlLDINU, COR. llTH-ST. & COM-
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
of every description,
ATH, SHINGLES, CEDAIt POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Kutiiished on shortest notice.
Couimerciul-av, bot, lOtli and llth-sts.,
NEW BARBER SHOP,
George, the barber lately with Theolaild ar.d
Eschbach, lias opened Ni lUausa Bnoe, on
Commercial avenue, between IT and Utli streets,
for the accommodation ot ladle and gentle'iien
nl the upper.part ol the city. Ho Invites all In
old and new Iricnds to visit his shop, Mid as.
aures them ,iolil attention nnd uneiiilalli d worl
uilher in hair curling, culling, shaving or sham
Or. Mtl(it. mmU (omiiiciil-r. I
utruivwi Towel and
sTLadiea' and chtldrcn'a hair cut nml aham
nooed. either at ttio shop or at their own homos.
aWGetitloincn'r wlitakcra and hair dyed In
ntillo liiBiiutr. saiistaeuou guarameeu
E. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
ha itr.MovED most lT.nrtY house
MUCK WJILDING on SEVENTH ST
OITOSITK WINTKIt'8 ULOCK,
Ri: has Rreatly improved hla stock, and ha
HE HAS MAKKlKD DOAVN FltlCES
o ttio loirest living figures, and ho Invites tlie
patronage of the public.
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annlegant mlscellaney of pure, llgnt, and grace,
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NEW FEATUHKS FOlt 1872.
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el vo many beuulilul ami desirable articles ollureai
y no other paHsr.
Anv person wishing to net, permanently, as ou
agent, will apply, aiti rtferenu, unclosing 91 for
JAMKS NirrON' A Co.,
Ti Liberty Street, New York.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
MRS. C. McGEE,
jliailTH HTIIUKT, HKTW'EEN WASIUNOTON
AMD COMUEltUIAL AVKNUKS,
Has just received a tix and splendid line ot
. ll. t I J , -
-NEW GOODS' '
Prets trlmtnlncii Bllkmlmna.' aillciiraloon. irul.
pure, laccat' moia trimming!,' crocket buttons,
silk and remit buttons, plush nnd trimming vel
vet, hats and bonnttt, Ane kid gloves, ladies' and
children' ulioea, and a full ami complete atockol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
- All of which sho proposes to sell ai
WILLIAM all'UlM, COSNHIl'S lUl'KMTIXr.
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE,
CiVIL AN l, Ml.t'll A N lUW'
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
llroNH lliillillug:, roruvr Klt'veittlt Htr
ml 4'(immeralnl ve,, Citlro, II In,
1)I.ANS AND Hl'EClKlCATIO.Nrifora'lliranchei
X of Civil Engineering nnd Aiehitecture, audi
as Mapa lor counties, nisiticia or corporutious,
Pliuis and Calculations fur Ftenin and Water
rower, lor inuusiriai bsiaiiiisuiiier.iH. lor iron
atone or. wonuen uriug(s,ior i iiiueuvs, uour
Houses a d other Public llullding, llusiuesa aud
. ,ii ...... ..... .... .... t..,
tlta-ciUlnir lloilaea. l!ottfairiu . pic. flc.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louih, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cut
caoo, New Youk, Uoston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
I'at.fDger trains arrive at and leave Cairo m fol.
Aaaivr. 3i30a.m. ....... 3i30 p.m.
Ptr.ur llitsp.m at5p.m.
Hath trains connect at Contrallawllh train on tne
Cans. Pccatur, IlloomlngteD, El Paso, i tHlle,
McfidoU, Krceport. Oalnna, Pubuquc, and
all points in Illinois, Missouri,
llinnesota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. And with
Lines running East and West for
St. Louis. Hpatngheld, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Houtbern, and Pitlaburg, Kort Wayne
and Chicago Kallroada tor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany. Iluston, Philadelphia,
Nlngra Falls, Erie, lluttalo,
New Tork, Pittsburg, Haltlmore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN li. It.
Oa and after Monday, April Zlth, 1871, trains wll
run as follows t
Taaiai ooiko aocTiiiisT.
Leave Virginia - Gitua.m 12.36 p.m.
" Hpnngtleld - ;1W S.00 "
' TavlorviUo W-Al 4:al "
Arrive at Pana. 11:44 m till
Leave Pana .....4:cXia,m 3:5ip.ra.
" Taylorville ..4:4 , " ......4:2 '
Arrive at Hprlngfield...o;IS " ti:uo "
Leave Dpaingtleld...0:U 6:10
Arrive at Virginia ...s:ls
Tanas aoiNO secrttitMT.
Leave Edgewood 8:3 n.m 10.10 a.m.
" Klora 8:25 ' 11:40 "
Arrive at lia'neetown3:S.lp.m 6:15 p.m
vans colao soaniwasr.
Leave Shawneetow n &:IJ a.m a.SOp.m
" Flora. 1M " 7:00"
Arrive at Edeewood 1:60 " ... 8:20 '
Tho 5:110 a. m. iralu from Edgewood, runs only
JIonda)s, Wednesdays and Knuays.and 4:45 a.m.
train from Shawueelown on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton Kiilroad, for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Maon City, a nd all points west.
At Sprimilleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, V abash and Western Railroad, lor
Illoomlngton, Chicago, and all points north, north
west and wesi.
At Pana with Ind. nml SI. I.ouls, and Illinois
Central Railroad for all points cast, south and
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Railroad.
AtKhawneetoan, with steamboats for Cincin
tl, Pnduuah, Cairo and St. Louis.
ORI.ANU SMITH, Gen'ISup't.
Joan KooatTT.Oen'l Kr'gtand Ticket Ag'l.
CO AI, AND WOOD.
"wood ! ! "woo 1)7."" WOOD "T
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AKD DRY "WOOD
An Che)), II not Cheaper
Than nnr wood dealer In Cairo. Leave orders
on the stales at lh" I'oslotNce ana1 at floss' coal
yard, tin Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
rnelfth streets, Cairo, Illinois. I give good
measure and will curd tho wood up if desired,
augio-lf PENNIS lIALEr.
F. M. V! A It D ,
WOOD AND COAL
FM. WARP la prepared to deliver the best
. Kiro Wood and Htone Coal
IN ANY PART OF THK CITT,
And in any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $4.50 pee ton
OFFICE Over lleerwart, Orth Co.'b atove,
two doors alio ve the corner of Eighth street and
Cnmntf rrisl avenue. lecsit
O It O C K It I K S ,
Ohio Lkvee : : :
oamas raoNi'TLV riLLsvj
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Oblo Levee,
MOOHK & MATI1KWS,
House, Sign nnd Ornnmontal
lleeomtlTe I'aiierliiiMKliiir, KnlaomiHa
Itono In tho highest ttyle ot the ait, and a
rate that defy competition,
bllOf IN pnititv HOUSE, C'OIINttH OF 8tu
STIIKKT ANII CUHKHCIAL AVKNUK.
CAUL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do all kinds of platu and orna
KALSOMININO, PAPER HANGING
BlfJN WRITING, ETC.,
At tlguiei whlolt defy all competlon, and In the
highest ityle if the painter! art.
8H0P IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
COUNKK Or COUUKRCIAL ATXMUK A NO
pIVi JnfiftJi?1' UjLa ,.,,h tTn Woato
v'!CJ,r.H.rnlU.,"llt,,, ' Insthanteous.
No dlaappolntrnent. No Ridiculous Tints or Un
pleasant Odor. Tha-gennlne W. A. Bachelor's
Ilalr Pye produce IMMEDIATELY a splendid
Hktu, but lfATfnthe JiAlrCIenn.Boft ami Utftutl-
fn I Tlm Atilv uam o.-rs' rtu.
use asuwtiiF unaaauu ICIIfCl
Factor y in Hon-lHt reft,
Ha&DV relief lor vnnnir men from thai eftotanf
errors and abuses in early hie. Manhood re
stored. Nervous debility cured. IiipedimenU
to marrlago removed. New method of treat
ment. New and remarkablo remedies, nooks
" l.uir.in.I'UHlW, in SfMP,! COVeiODefl. All
Ninth Ht., PhilailelplilaPa. oclldaalf
A victim of early indiscretion, earning nervous
debility, premature deca), etc., having tried In
vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a
simple means of self-cure, which he will send
free to his fellow-sufferers. J. II. Keeves, No, ;n
Nassau street, New Tork. nugllwly
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DIt. J. II. SCIIKNCK, M. D.
WTTIIK CAU9K AND CTJRK OF COS
BUM PTION. The primary canto of Consump
tion Is derangement of the digcstlvo organs. Thlj
derangement produces deficient nutrition and as
similation. Ily assimilation, I mean that process
by which the nutriment of tho food Is converted
Into blood, and thence into tho solids of tho body.
Persons with digestion thus Impaired, having tho
slightest predisposition to pulmonary disease, or
If they tako cold, will he very liable to have Con
sumption ot the Lungs In somo of Its forms ; and
I hold that It will be Impossible to cure any case
of Consumption without firt rcstorln; a good
digestion and healthy aitlmllatlon. The very first
thing to be done la to cleanse ttio stomach and
bowels from all diseased mncna and illmo which
are clogging these organs so that they cannot per.
form their functions, and then ronse op and re
store the liver to a healthy action. For this pur
pose, tba sorest and best remedy Is iichfnck's
Mandrake rills. These Pills clean tho stomach
and bowels of all the dead and morbid slime that
Is canting disease and decay in the whole system.
They will clear out the liver of all diseased bllo
that bu accumulated there, and arouse it up to
new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bile It secreted.
Tho stomach, bowels, and liver are thai cleansed
by the nse of Schenck'a Mandrake Pills ; but there
remain la the stomach an cxceii of acid, the or
gan It torpid nd tha appetite poor. In the bow
els, the lacteal) are weak, and requiring strength
andsnpport. It la In a condition like this that
Bcheock't Seaweed Tonic proves to be tha moit
valuable resnsdy ever discovered. It la alkaline,
and Ita usewlU neutralise all eicesi of acid, mak
ing the itomach tweet and fresh; It will giro
permanent tone to this important organ, and cre
ate a good, hearty appetite, and prepare the sys
tem for the first process nf a good digestion, ant
ultimately make good, healthy, living blood. Af
ter thli preparatory treatment, what remalna tc
cure most cases of Consumption la the free and
persevering uso of Schenck'a Pulmonic Syrup.
The Pulmonic Syrup nourishes tho system, puri
fies the blood, and la readily absorbed into tlin
circulation, and thenco distributed to the diseased
lungs. There It rlpsns all morbid matters, wheth
er In the form of absccssca or tubercles, and then
assists Nature to expel alt tho diseased matter In
the form of free, expectoration, when onco It ri
pens. It la then, by the great healing and purify
ing properties of Schenck'a Pulmonic Syrup,
that all ulcers and cavities are healed up sound,
and my patient Is cured, -
Tha essential thing to be done In caring Con
sumption Is to get up a good appetite and a goal
digestion, so that tho body will grow In flesh aud
get strong. If a person has diseased longs, a cav
ity or abscess there, tho cavity cannot heal, tha
matter cannot ripen, so long aa the system II be
low par. What Is necessary to cure 1i a new or
der of things, a good appetite, a good nutrition,
the body to grow In flesh and get fat: thcnNa
lure is helped, tho cavities wlllVal. tho matter
will ripen and be thrown off In large quantities,
and the person regain health and strength. Thla
Is the true and only plan to euro Consumption,
and If a person Is very bad, If the lungs are not
entirely destroyed, or even lfono lung Is entirely
gone, If there Is enongh vitality left in tba other
to heal up, there Is hope.
I havs seen many persons cured, with only ono
aound lung, live and enjoy Ufa to a good old age.
This Is what Schick's Medicines will do to euro
Consumption. They will clean out tho stomach,
swestsn and strengthen It, get up a good diges
tion, and giro Nature tha assistance she needs to
clear the system of all the disease that Is In tha
lungs, whatever tba form may be.
It ts Important that, while using Schenck'a
Medicines, care should bo exercised not to tako
cold: keep In-doors In cool and damp weather;
avoid night-air, and take out-deorcxerciieonli
In a genial and warm snnshlne.
I wish It distinctly understood that when 1 re
commend a patient to bo careful In regard to tak
ing cold while using my medicines, I do so fori
special reason. A man who baa but partially re
covered from the effects of a bsd cold Is fir mora
liable to a rclapso than one who haa been entirely
cured, and It Is precisely the samo In regard to
Consumption. So long as the longs are not per
fectly healed, Just so long Is there imminent dan
cer of a full return of tho disease. Hence It la
hat I so strenuously caution pulmonary patients
against exposing themselves to sn atniospbcru
that Is not genial and pleasant. Continued Con
sumptives' lungs aro a mass of sores, which tho
least ensnge or atmoapnera win inflame. Tlm
grand secret of mv success with my medicines
consists In my ability to sabdue Inflammation iu.
stead of provoking ft, as many of the faculty do.
An Inflamed lung cannot wilh safety to the pa-'
the chflllng wind of spring or anturan. It
should bo carefully shielded from all Irritating In
flntnees. The utmost caution should be observed
In this particular, as without It a cure under al
most any circumstances Is au Impossibility.
The person should be kept en a wholesome and
nutritious diet, and all tho tiudlclues continued
uutll tho hotly has restored to It tho natural
quantity of flesh and strength.
I was myself cured by this treatment or the
worst kind of Consumption, and havu lived to
get fat and hearty theso many years, with omi
lung mostly gone. I havo cured thousands since,
and very many havo been cured by this treatment
whom 1 havo ucver seuu.
About tha 1st of October, I expect to tako pos.
session of my new building at tbo northeast cor
uerof Sixth and Arch Streets, where I shall ba
pleased to give advlco to all who may require it.
Full directions acconiiauy all my remedies, s
that a person lu any part of tlie world can ba read
ly cured by a strict observance of the same.
J. II, SCIIKNCK, M.U..
HURLBUT & EDSALLj
32 Lalcc-Jtrcot, Chicago, "Wholoialo'Agontu
BEAC EH TATE AQEHT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
T4 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEV KB,
Huv and Sell Real Kstate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OP TITLB
At I preisre Conveyances of Kinds.
Tilt undersmnid. nranrietara nf tl,a Rati a .)
Wisitx ItvLitTiv. havu Just received an assort
ment ot tha latest styles of Job Printing. tyMi,
and bava sow one of tha most complete lobaflf ca
in i v. ..... aaf . m. . . .
iu i ovum ana warss. sney palter inemssivea
thai they possess lacllltles for turning eut
promptly, in tha beat style ol tha Art. all work
entrusted to, them, (rem tha aroalleii sard or
label to tha mammoth poster, and at wm
which Icava with cur business man no good ax
u se tur tvDtiiBK uiir suia sa at. uqiii, usta