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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
WINFM AND MqUOlt.
'm""st o"(5kfTktiT.
F.
trccrMft mutt iTocirtrr
t'orHfn and Do men tic
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Ohio Lkvkk,
CVIR I, JLLI.NOIf),
w -w t . . . . ...
- " L""Pon eonumiy a mil mock o
tifi U'liUVUa tp.n.t. If. ...if.. 1 1 - 1 1 - . .
WM. H. SUHUTTER,
Importer aud Wholmiale Dealer In
WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO fie CIO-AIRS,
Agent fur the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALU,
KB
Imported Ar r DliTrrent Kind.;
75 Ohio Levee,
' CAIRO, ILLINOf.
I.HNL'RA.K-K.
$1,250,000 OO.
HARTFORD
KiRE INSURANCE CO.,
Ol Hartford, Ccn.
CHARTERED 1810.
Equl to the Great Emergency.
THE IRON CLAD OLD
'HARTFORD'
Sfrver Nnrrenrtrrsi!
Tested by the storm of 8ixty-one year
AND STILL IS SOUND.
Pay from flerjiurplu o
sjn,:e o:o:,:oo:o
Her Losses Ij the
GREAT CHICAGO EIRE
Leaving her magnificent capital ol
OUSTS nEiLLioisr
Cntouch'd anil quarter ol a Million urplui. to
spare.
'Urt iUe BMl,"
GET HARTFORD POLICIES.
flafforil, Morri & Canden agents,
I Cairo, Illinois.
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S. WALTERS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol ertry UrsorlplUn,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnliheil on ihorlril nolle.
Commercial -a v, bet. 10th and llth-gta.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Jy7J
PROPRIETORS.
THE BULLETIN.
THE WAR EXCITEMENT.
FURTHER PARTICULARS 151
CARDING T1IK OUTRAGES
IN HAVANA.
REASONS FOR TIIK SUMMARY
TION OF TIIK GOVERN
MKNT. AC-
A WAIt OHOV.
SwiOi I Room !
Hark to thu mt'ii-ol'-unr I
Sorno flvo nro going
They'll oon I.ij tiKiwinc;
The Kpiilnnrdi ilown.
SwUhlHoijiii !
Hark to til llob-i-ion I
WV'II foon nd Culiv,"
Or Rob' m hixiliy
And might fnjlruwn.
SvtUh ! Ryom I
Hnrk to tho cnnnonV roar I
Poor Spain l weakly--She
HijIiH hut ineikfy
We'll tin" her cniwn.
Qmri'r Journal.
Vl AMIt.VflTO.V. AUV. !( Tin. notlri
WHICH HIP L'OVCrillllIlt tOdlt vnltnlnv nvnr
mo increiiHiiir corntilivnt iiiii with Snln.
created quite n rippfo in (.(Ilcinl and diplo-
iiuiii; t'lrfivi wiifii mo laen ijociiine uuti
n i kiiumii. i u aueinpi elsewhere
make it appear that.
to
roitMMlAIII.K I I.KKT
of war venclt had len ordered to Huvann
to protect American resident thcro Iron.
the mutinous nrocoediin'n nf llm r?n)ian
voiuntecn tciu but half of the torv. Thn
conduct of Spain toward tw American
vcsndi, and tho non.fultllliiiditcf nroin!
to co that American! in Cuba ihould not
tic moietuU. uru iinlcrior in il... Hr.i ,u.
luruance ut Jlavana. The conwe of tho
cpaniin man-ofwar in
IlLOCKADI.Vn TIIK IIOK.VET
at ;i'ort-au-Princo li nlrcady known, and
inougn mauo tiieiUOjcct or diplomatic cor
rcipondence hai not rciulted in her re.
leane. The Florida, which
thinally acijnitted lci than n year ngo in
-'cn iviiui lUlt'inpiing to VIOlHlO
our 1-olicv T0WAr.n cuiu.
has been blockaded by Spanidi men-of-war
at St. Thoma. nnd th pnvnmm nnl.
fled of tho fact. To-day dipatchc! from
our connul confirm it. Tho Btcretarv of
tale, however, on the representation of
iicr owner, uimrfj'tu a note to Sonor Ro
bcrt, tho Snaniih minittr. nml l.n in
turn, ha called the attention of hit gov
ernment ion. xsottnnir lint vet resulted.
IXfTItUCTIOXS 10 ItEAK Abil'lKAI. I.EB.
who left "VVa'hinL'ton to-dav for Ilmtnn in
go on board tho Worcester and pro:eid to
tho command of the North Atlantic fquad-
uii, uiu io iimicc; inu American a;? Irom
n outrage attempted in the presence of
th
iineriean war
VKSBI.S OUDEIiKI) 10 HAVANA.
Yesterday the Nlpsle, Kaiifas and Terror
were onlureu to Jluvnnii anil to-dav the
'error arrived there. Other csscls liuvo
been ordered to rc-onforco tho licet.
cliitlim; the .Shiiwmtlt, which Inn been
transferred from the South Atlantic tleet.
There will soon bo a tleet of ciulit war
vesscU in Cuban water?, which will bo
rc-cnforced as fmt u circumstances will
permit.
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALi..
TUB TWKNTV-.SIXTlt OK DBCBMUBR KIXEO
AH THE WAV ON WHICH THE IIRAWINO
will come orr.
Determined to dispose of all the tickets
In liia lottery sale.Mr. F. Vincent has con
cluded to postpone the drawing until tho
Cth of December. Ho U now giving the
matter his devoted attention, and h meet
ing with tho most gratifying success on
every hand.
There aro ii prizes, tho principal
prize, an U well-known, being a splendid
residence, that was erected at a cost of $10,
000. The remaining live prize nro as
follow? :
Lot 34, block I, 3d addition to the city
of Cairo, valued at $J0O.
Lot 32, block 4, 3d addition to tho citv
of Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 30, block 4, 3d addition tho city ol
Cairo, valued ut $300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to tho city of
Cuiro, vitlued at $300.
Lot IT, block 45, in tho citv
of Cairo
octCdlf
Illinois!, valued at $300,
si ist i:i,itxi;ors,
II. LEW Si CO.,
miirm is
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOI,
i'i:.VTin:itK, i;tc
73
OHIO LEVEE.
Caiho, Illinois,
nnvl.'itf
P.L. HUYETT, & SON,
Importer?, Hanurnjiurers nml .Ijbl.cn of
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
Brum nml (jrrmnii Sller
BAND INSTK UMENTS,
No.'-Ti S.Tiiikd Street,
oclOJJm. NT. I.OIIIS,
MO.
WILIUM BAVM1X.
COHVtLU'H IUl'INTlal
BAUMAN & IIAUENSTINE
CtVHi ANI MKCIIANICAI.
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
Broa'
HUd
Ilnlldlnir, corner Eleventh Htr
Commrrrlnl nvo Cairo, IIIv,
PLANS AND BPKCIKICATlONHforBllbraiicliM
of Cirll EnKineeniiK nml Arclilteetiire, nucli
at Mnpi nr Countlrx, DiHlnclH or CorporntloiiH,
I'lnnH anil Cnleulatloui fur Sterna ant Water
Power, for lniltitrlnl Ktatilihrnr.t, for Iron,
mono orn WooJpn Hrnliitu, for CliurelicH, Cour
Homos a' d oilier Pulilie ilullijiiiijs, HiiKlncm anil
Hwelling Houses, l'otl:iKe,rtc, etc,, Itirnlilieil
bliorltnotloH -2itrmi
BAPTIST
ACil'.NTS
everywhere fur llio britP"t Uuptlbt imper In the
norlil. Able wrilem, ml tho new?, nml eonntant
ImproTemenii', Alilf Market Deport. Bunilay
Hcfiol l)erl!tliiient lenfoii eu'ry Meek. An In
floxllilo nileeat of 11h t i tt prllielpleii. O.V.'
nrire ; only-02.au por venr. The mo.t antonuh.
uH pri'mliini and uluhhlii); lint ever ollireil, nr
liberal canh cnninilsHlona rithl. 0O Speelinen
copy and paitleulara fitt to ull who will write to
LU hlhUi VKAMAN, Tut C'kxtuai, lUrrisT, HT.
IKIOTM AND NHOEB.
WILLIAM KIILERS,
Fashionable
HOOT AND SHOE
MAKKIt,
TWKNTIF.TII HTIIHKT,
I Hlnn Washington Avenue snd I'oplnr Siren
CAIKO, I I.I.I.
Hoot- ami Hlinm MaJ to Order.
Fin Workmen KinpIojuJ.
."atlaf.u-tlon Warranirtl,
i'atrorixr follellH.
CITY SHOE STORK
HOOP, SKIRT FACTORY
o:.r. inrirr roa
"BEOLASKI'3"
I'trjiTOH-MAIlK
K O O T S A N D S II O K S
einmrrrlnl Avenue, Cornrr of Klichlh
Ntrcet,
Cairo, Ii.i.i.vokj.
r articular attention paid to all or.
IlKRH KOH HOorSKIRTS AND MIOSIS.
CAIRO CITY COAL
coiMr.F.A.nsr'x-.
I prpre I Id "Upi.ly eii.lunier with (he txil
MUhIH) o.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
CO.AJL.
Ott.'!!i!!..left ""I'lJay Ilron. office, 70 OHIO
I.rA Kh, or at the Coul Vint ow th Si.
ei'i i'-r v.'.',!"..r.Scl.Tf prompt attention
IHhTl 'JIONTAl'K'' will i.r,ng coal l0
i-HJe Meamern at ny hour. oeiSif
IJUTCIIrJin.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
XOEIILEll & BROTHER
IlKeicopeneaiho
I'OI'I'l.AIt MIMT .MAIIH1T,
C'OSISIBRCIAE-AV.,
rlnrcu Mnth anri Ten til NlreeU.
nd will kfep cnntnily on hand the beit mm'.n
laiighte red id the Calru market
iliey delyecm-
aeptSllf
pmion. uitb them a trial.
JAMES KYJf ASTON,
iliilrhrr and Denier In all It luda I'mk
Mem,
Coaura .VivmniH and Portia 8taritT.
OA tit), ILLINOH.
BlVd and tdaiighters only the rery beit catlle,
hK nod Kheep, and Is prepared to till any
uenmiii pir freili nielli from one pound lo ten
thound Kiiinui.
ner.'uii
JAKE WALTER,
BUTCH E3
and DrAtra it
FRESH MEAT,
Kioiith Street, Retween Wahiiinoton
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUKM,
Adlolnlnar Hltlrnhlina 1 1 n n
Keep Hie bet of Heer, 1'oik, Miltlou, Veal
Lamb. Ballace. etc.. endure urpnuri.fi tn k.rr.
oillren" in the mol aeeeiilalilp manner. ar80
rAMiXY nnocKKiix.
LOUIS JORGENSEN,
t'ealer Inall klmln ol
STAPLE AND FANCY
G-BOCEEiIES.
Fnrmer'a Ynrtl nnd rtlnblinir
WITIIOl'T CIIAROE.
Cor, W.iihiu(;tau-nv' and Twcnticth-nt.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
I27dlf
OKOL'KIIIIX AM) nilV GOOUN.
WILLIAM KLUGE,
ruin ta
FAMILY" GROCERIES,
DRY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, ROOTS AND SHOES,
IUTS AND CATS, ETC.,
Hut Jut received a heavy ulnei of Dontu and
Khoea, Hosiery nnd Notlom,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
Ho hUo han a fine utock of Feinily tlrectrieiot
etery kiud.
CORNER HIXTII-ST. AND COMMElt
CIAL-AV.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
I'AINTRnN.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Deroriillvo iMprrlmiiicliii;, liiiNonun.
Iiifc-, elii.,
Done in thn hljjhe.t UyU ol the alt, and a
lutes that duly competition.
SHOP IN I'KIUty IIOUHE, I'ORNKK OP 8rU
STREET AND CMMERCIAI. AVKNUK,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER
CRAWFORD HOUSE,
OKNKK SIXTH am. WALNUT-ST
(Knlmtice on Hlxth.it.,)
r. j
II. o
OaWs,
. Cady,
CINCINNATI, OHIO
K. U. Lodwlck
.
oAKi:-).CAurioo.
riot ir.
MUX WRITKH.
CARL L. THOMAS,
SIGKbT -WKITER
now p'epa'pil co re.poii'l prmnptly to all .le
inanitu for till erlce.
SHOP-Con. Sth-st. and Comhbkcal-av
In.tbr lrrjr Ilauac,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
uorfsatt
IIOAT NTOKEK.
G.
D. WILLIAMSON.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
PRODUCE AND
COMM ISSION M ERCHANT,
So. 70 olilo I.rre..
CAIRO, I I, L INC H.
"r)rcll atten'ion
iiiren to eonflKntw-nts
nil filllnj; orilem.
S A M W I L S O N ,
muu I i
BOAT STOEES
anocKiiiKs,
PROVISIONS, ETC.
o. 1IO
Onio Lxvkk
Cairo, III
niDr.tt ruoxrTLT rn.Lr.D.
tiii: ai.dim:.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1S72.
riTTII YEAR.
A Ilrprttentatirc and Champion of Ameri
can Art.
THE A-LbDI3STE:
An Illustrated Monthly Journal claimed t
be the hamhomctt l'aper in the
World.
. tT'lx!'Jny lnTC lu,"t oilmen of TIIK
AI I'l.NH who are atnv n to iiuka their prole -ion
worthy of adtnlrntlnn tnr lenity, n it na
IWAja been for unr'ulncm," lteanj Wan! llrrthtr
THE Al.UISK, uliiln lanueil with iilltlieteK
ulanty, hni mme of xhr ti iii,nrnry or lumlii inter
et characteriHtlo of onlmniv ptrpiillcalu, 111.
annlexant miscellnney ofpin'e, limit, nml grace,
till literature, and rulleetiou nf jnctureK, the
rare! e,.eeiiuen at oru-tic hU II, in Mac), nnd
w,,,,. immuiim nn .tin-rrtimK inim ner nnonn
a freh pleasure tc It lnend, the rent alne nnd
Uauty of T1IH ALDIN K w .11 be innn ntiireclated
niter it ha been hound at theiln.e of the year
While other publication' may claim superior
cheapneni ns compared with rital'ofof a imilnr
claf, TIIK ALDlNKl! nuniqiinnJd itijtinal con
cnption alone and uuapproached abolutely
without competition in price or character. The
possessor ol the volume Jiut complcled cannot
duplicate the quantity ol Hue paper and enjrrnv
Inipi in any other shape or number of wilumea
for ten times ita cost.
'foe labornfgettlDK THE ALfHNi: ready on the
preaa la o great that reprinting la nut ottheniiei.
lion. Willi tho excel tion ol h muall nnmi...
pecially reaervod lor binding, the edllimm of
1b7I, la already exhausted, and it i now a ,cai
a well at valuable book.
NEW FEATURES FOR 1872.
Art Ieinrliiieiit.
The (Dtliuaiaallo support eo icily accurdid
lo tr.eir enterprise, wherever it lift Lii n imro.
duced, haa tonvinced the publiheri of 'J II K
ALDINEof the ollndncnx of tlieir ilii'nrv tlmt
the Ameiican public would reeoKiitteand heartily
nuppori any aineere etti.rt ln etale the tone imu
alandard of tlluntrated publication'.. That xo
many weakly wicked fhcets eit anil thrive it
not evideuce that there I mi market lor uiiyiiiir k
unirr-iuuiTu me uccei.i 01 i ji j. a r: irom
theatartla direci proof ol the con rary. Witn a
lioiniiaiiou eo taai, iin.i oi Mien jrcil late, a
publisher can chooi-e bin patiom., nnd liN niiotria
rather indlcatliu ol hi own than of iIih l.islo of
inecouniry. a a Kuaraniee oi uie excellence ol
thN department, tho publihera hoiiPI bet; to an.
notmrfl dminK ihe comini,' Jmr, apcciiiicini Irom
the loliowioi; i nilnenl Ame i iuiuiii.n:
W. T. IlicitABii., (mmi.t I't uKivi,
Wm, lUar, K. O, C. lumr.v,
Wii. IICAan, Victor. Niiiliu,
(it.uuni: Mmii r.r, Wu It. Wnuux,
Am. Win, JaMra II. Ili tun,
Jami SMIlr.v It. li. I'liHTT,
l UA.NK ltriiui, Pa 1 1. Iiixon,
J. How.
Thi'te plctiirfa are beuiK repio luced witnoiit
regard to expcn.e by tlm ery heat enm.iveia in
thecoiiniry, and will bear lfi ereat critical
compariMin with the bi'M lnreli(i wnrK, i lielmr
the ili't-miim'tion of the iut li.heia that Tllh
Al.IUNl: hhidt be a allivi lill viinllcatlnn ut
American taio In cotnnetdiuii nllh any existing
publication in the vtotld.
I.ltrnry liiiirtiiienl.
Where J much attention la paid to illtistiation
and Ket upol'tho work, loo much ilcpendeisce on
npitnraiuce inny very tiai li i nil v be fenied. To mi.
tiuiptc such ini-KiW'ii;'', It l only neieirnr.v lo
atate, tt the editorial liiatiiii'iiit'i.t i.l TIIK
Al.ln.NrTTon Iwcn entiiialcd lu Hit. ItlCllAKll
IIKNHVSTODDAIIH, who hai reiM cd a-ur.
ancea of aasiktancii Irom a ll t ol the loo-t p,iiu
ar writers and poetauf the counln.
Tint Volunici for istu
will contain nc.nlyriiO paxes, and al i.t iVi line
eDJiaving. ComiiienuiiiK with tho liiilnln i lor
Jnuunry, avcry third iiumlr m 111 l oiitKiii a Ik-kii-tlful
tinted puliire on plite bnper. in-iitcl n a
frontlaolece.
The Christmai nhmber for Ittii, will be u ,ii
did volume in lti If, contiilniuu III i iii inai,
(four in tint) niiil.alihoiiKh rrinile . ic HI will no
sent nltbout extra charge to all yc.uly sin.
acribr.
A Cbromo io Kvry hubuvrilirr
wai a very popular leattire tail year, ami will I e
repeated with the present tolume, Theptilt
Ushers have purchased an I reproduce!., al jjrt ut
expense. the beeiitmu by Hu, emlllni "li.ime
Nature's Bchool." Tnecnriii o la llxU Inchea,
and la an exact facsimile, III size and appearance,
of the oriKUiol picture. Sso Ante lean chiomo,
which will at all compare nllh It, has yet bei n
offered at retail for less than tl e pr.c n.ked fur
TIIK ALIIINK and it lj;(t-t.er. It will la.deliv
ered free, wlih the January number, lo neiy
ubacrlber whnpayalor one year io advance.
TeruiM for IHTi.
Out VbtHi, and yar. vilk Oil thromu f (VI
tee di-lct, e " " to 00
Any persoa aendlng 10 name and wlil re.
crlve an extra copy of gratis, maklnK II copies
.'or th money,
Anj iieraon wishing lo work for niirmiuni. can
havnour premium uiicnlar on application. Wo
give many teautlliil aniidi'sirnbln articles ottered
by no other paper.
Anv person wishing lo act, pi'rin.inently, na en
a0"t, will apply, M-h7i uftrincf, ilimlosiuK 51 It
oiltfll.
JA7ti:N srnox a t o.,
I't'llUSIIKIlS.
its Liberty Nlreet, New York.
LEGAL NOTICE.
LEHAL NOTICK la huehy alun that IS W.
Klltrldf.e, l.lal,l, l.n euiii.iieisl nnni
Hull IO peiltxit ii il aires 1 31' rilll nit'ilnst Joseph
llayllss, ilelendatit, In tho ilicillt conn ol Alex,
auder county, in tho state ol Illinois, nmlilml
Ihe time and place nf the leluru of suiiiiiioai in
the case la ihe third Monday In Jnmiurv, l7'.',
at the couit house la Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN H, HAKMAN, Cleik,
tovtSd!9t,
2. 1871.
PAUL G SCHUH,
DETJG-GIST.
R K M O V K n.
I
NO. 108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
WlilHnkrr'M Oltl Slanil,
OlTOSITK AtiIKNKVM,
Cairo, Ii.r,
l'HypirlleuPir nileution to rlllirif .11 ..I..,,,.,,
n. l.onlly pre,eri'tl6ni. W'MX
I CITS OX IMtJtl
AL L
PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
Kit IMS' FKVKR TOMC,
Warranted the U'st Kef er Killer known In this
climate.
NO CURE MONEY REFUNDED
ALSO,
IIAMII.TO.VN
RUCIIU AND DANDELIOaV,
An excellent remedy In all diseases of the Kid
- ''luany, a aoou or letter
than liemlwld'a. and tnr
lex money.
also agknt loa
llriniphrej-'sj If nmeoph.ttlilr NprrlHra.
III' wellsehcled stockof
PEEFTJMEEY
'nncy Joola,
Of eiery description cannst be
surpassed by any estab.
Ilshment ol the
kind In the
city.
Gi:.Vf:itAI. AO K NTS.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
ji i: it V II A . 'I'M
DEALERS IK FLOUR;
And A ents of
Olilo tiltrr siaiti Kanntthai
SALT COMPANIES'
70 Ohio Lhvke,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
( OA I, AMI WOOD.
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!!
Th." iindersigneu will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Cli-ni,ll not Clicuper
Than any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave orders
on i no niaies at ina rostoince an at lloss' coal
yard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
nuiiui sirccis, .turo, lllllioi., g
measure and will unrd ifiu wood up If di
I vii good
ii iri
Nis
esireil.
auuin.tr
DKN
iiAi.r.y.
V. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT.
Ij! SI. WARD jh prepared to deliver (he best
. . Hre Wood and olone Coal
IN ANV PART (lit THE CITT,
And lu any quantity desired, on short uotlea.
COAL DELIVERED at $4.50 per ton
OKFICK "ver Iteerwari. firth A Cn ' sins
(wodoora above the corner of Klghth street and
uinmeri naveniie. 'iect
UAH FITTI'HN.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AMIIiAlKR IN
HAS l IX'sCIIUS,
lias Fi'ler's and l linnl;-i'i tu.itrrial, Wood
I'Ulupa, globe ami nng u t,.v.s, slop
eoelfs.eli ek valves, rle,
AI.H1 AUI.M t'ou
Tiilta) HrwIlicrH I'uteiit llr.i tins Meter
And Murelioiise, Wells A Co'a tuioin itie Wafoi
1 Indicator and blipply Vulve fui steam bollera.
WINTKR'8 lll.Ot'K, COUMrRCUL.AVKNUl
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASIIINGTON-AV.
IIAII.ROADN.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
VIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
to
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, N r.v York, Roston,
an Att.
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger trains arrive at and leave Cairo as. f0.
Iowa i
IV 3i3l"'a.rn aiau'plin.
Daribv HU3p ai 1.1 p.m.
Uoth trains connect at Ccntralla with train on the
roa
fans. Decatur, Illonmlnetcn, Kl Paso, La Sal.
liemlota, r rceport, Oulena, liubuoue. Mid
all pointa In Illinois, .Missouri,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. And with
Lines running East nnd West lor
r!Jhn0Jr;. "pnnghchl, Iiu.ville,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus.
Ka,i f.frflIo"K w,l.n .J"eliln Central. Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg. Fort Wayne
and Ciucago lUllmads tor
Iiiicago Hnllroads lor
Detroit.
Ueveland, DunUirk.
Iloston, Philadelphia,
or.'.l' llutUlo,
!.'."'.l',ur,!l llattlinore,
Washington.
ALL POINTS EAST.
Albany,
Niagra falls,
New Tork,
AND
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and alter Monday, April 2llh,
ruu as tol.'ow i
171, trains trll
NORTHERN' DIVISION.
Ta.iss notao poitiicast.
Leave irglnia Oilda.m
" HnrlnRtteld - 0;2O ,
" Taylorvllle hi;W '
Arrive at I'ana Usui m
TaAias ooi.iu aoatiiwuT
V.t nrsa.
Kxprcsa
.. p. in,
... :i:0 "
.... 4:W "
:.:17 "
Mall.
Leavt Pana Wia,m
" Taylorville ...t;4 ' .,
Arrive at !pringneld...C;lJ "
Leave apiingfleid ll:'iS "
Arrive at Virginia ti:2S "
fOUTHKKN DIVISION.
raaiaa ooi.to isrrutAsr.
J.:u.m,
t:'.'U "
B.f) "
fi:10 '
.....S.I5 "
ideate r.ogewood 4:30 a.m. ..,
" Flora . ..
10:10 a.m.
1 1:4 "
.... A:1S p. in
I.SOp.m
, 7;t) "
Arrive at bhawnee townJAlp m
vaAiaa aoiao aoaruwur
leavt Phawneetown A:43a.m ...
',' Klor ...2:M "
Arrive at Kdgewood t;50 "
..S.20
Tne owu a.ni. traia irom Kdgewoo.l, runa only
Mondays, Wtdneadayn and Fridays, and Sit.'ia.tii.
train from Hhawneetown on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays.
Connects al Ashland with Jacksonville division
or Chicago and Alton It illrotd. for J cksocville.
Petersburg, Mason City, and all nolntswest.
At Springfield, with Chicago and Alton, and
rMedo, Wabash, and Western Railroad, Inr
illnomingtbn.Chlcaito.itndall nolnls nnnh.nnnh.
west ami wesi.
At Tana with ln,l. and S.-. I. mil. an. I imnni.
Central Railroad for all pointi cast, south nnd
southeast.
Al Kdgewood with Chioago Dii.ion Illinois
entral Railroad.
At Flora, with Ohio avl Mississippi Railroad.
tShawneeton, with steambnaia for Cincin-
II. lArtltifth f. !. ....I Ut ,
ORI.ANU SMITH, Oen'lbup'l.
Fouitt. Hen'l Kr'gt anil Tickel Air'l.
JaiiN
I'or.xnitms.
I. &E. GREENWALD.
m iM't AcvearKH nr
emu Ritgm.x,
Rollers,
'..or ..n.l Oris, Mill-,
uaw Mills,
The "Tupper' Paltnlfiral
MAOIIINEltv FOR OKNRRAL PURPOSES,
CINCINNATI OHIO.
da I
IXHUHA.XCi:.
"TRIUMPH."
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.,
Ol 4'lncinniill.
JW.OiO tsl
Solicits all kinds ol risks.
I'. IIIIONN.
Agent, Cairo, os,
COAL,
COAL ! COAL! COAL !
JAMES ROSS,
in: it ik i
DU QUOIN AND .MOUNT CAR RON
COAL!
Conunorcial-iiv., Foot of Eloventh-st.
All Coal carefully neighed .it I li yard on I'mr
oanks scales.
IT'LL WEKllir W Vlili VNTED.
Coal ifelivi'i eil on Ihe sborlest notice in nn
p.irt nt Ihe 'i.j , vither by lliu half ton, loo or car
Inait,
Leave order at llmoillce on Coininercial-av. at
lhi foot nf Llurealh slicel. noliI-l,m,
II.VKIIKItS.
J.GEO.SrElNHOUSK,
FASIIIONABL10 BARRIER,
Cor. Mth.wt. anil I'nniiiicrrinl.aT.
Siiarp 1'ar.us,
Wc-Clean Towels and
aarnk'll'ud V.riino'n
cta'Uidiea' and cl.ll.ll i'Ii'm hall cut and abaili
pooed, either at thu shop or al UieirOHii humes,
ar(ieiilleiiien'r whisker a.i I hii'r dyed In
- title nr nner. hatlatiM'tli.n gu irmitee't.
tTlUMTDlli:.
11. S. 11ARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
QUEENSNVARE
ROUS!! FURNISHING (SOODS
RAU FIXTURES,
ULASSWARK,
18T) & 187 Coiiunorciivl Avonuo
CAIRO, ILLISOU.
Na'W'IAI. XOTICEH.
HATCllr.LOR'.H HAIR DYE.
n rnlanJiniT1i.'',',.,a,,, l,n'1 Inthanteou..
i,ln,.rPnlinJ.mc No Ridiculous Tint, or Un
i lai 'nn...h'tR.'S,,.,," w' A' "achelor'a
H kin, hut leaves the Jlnlr Clean, Hott and llcatill.
fill. Tho only Safe lnd Perfect Dyo. ue""'
Hold by all druggists. Factory 14 flond. Street.
Nework. lanvlldeodAwlv
ON aMAKRIAGE.
Happy relief loryoung men from the ettectio
errors ami abuses In early life. Manhood re.
stored. Nervous I'elullty cured. Impedimenta
to marriage removed. New method of treat,
ment. New and retnnrkablo remedies, nooks
and cirrulars sent free. In scaled envelopes, Ad
4'.'" HOWARD ASSOCIATION. NO. 2 Houtli
N'nth St., Philadelphia., Pa. oolldtwtf
AVOID QUACKS.'
A victim of early indiscretion, musing nervous
dchlllly, premature decay, etc., having tried in
VAin every advertised r-mely, has discovered
simple means of self-cure, which ho will send
fieoto his ftllow-autlerer. J. II. Reeves, No. 7H
Nassau atrecl, New rork. aiig2lwly
COiXBUMFTION.
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
RY DR. J. II. SCHENCK, M. D.
:T-TIIE CAUsr. AND CtT.E OF CON
hCMPTION, Tho primary ranro of Consump
tion U derangement of thodifstlvoran. This
ilorangcHvnt produre ilcdrlciitnntrltlon and at.
slmllatlo.i. Ily assimilation. I m . a tltat process
hyuhlcli tho nntrlmcnt of Ihi' f -xl Is converted
Into hlood, anil thence Into Hie c ollds of tho body.
Persons with digestion thus Impaired, having tho
slightest prcdlr position to pulmomry disease, or
If they lako cold, will ho very liablo to havo Con.
sumption of the Lung In some of Its forms; and
I hold that It will bo impossible to euro any case
of Consumption without first restoring o good
tllgcatlon aud healthy asslmlljtl, ,i. TIio very first
thing to ho done Is to clcarsu ,0 Komaclt and
Lowell from all diseased munis and slimo hlcli
aro clogging theso organs so that they cjnnot per.
form their functions, mid then ronso up and ro
toro tho liver to a healthy action. For this pur
lKiie, tho surest ami best remedy Is Schcuck's
Maudrafco Pills. These Pills clean tho stomach
and bowels of all tho dead and morbid sllmo that
Iscanslng disease end decay lu tho whole system.
They will clear ont tho liver of all diseased bllo
that has accumulated there, anil arouse It up to n
new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bllu Is secreted.
.Tho stomach, howcls, and liver nr j thus dcancd
by the uc of bchenck'a .Mandrake I dla ; but then
remains In tho stomach an excess of acid, tho or
gan Is torpid nnd tho appetite poor. In tho bow
els, tho lacteal arc weak, and icmilrlng strength
andsupport. It U In, a condition llko this that
Schcnck'a Seaweed Tools proves to bo tho most
valaablo remedy ever discovered. It Is alkaline,
and its usowtll nentralizo all excess of add, mak
lng tho stomach sweet and fresh; It will glvo
permanent tone to this Important organ, nnd cro
nto a good, hearty appetite, and prepare tho t v..
tern for the llrst process of a good digestion, and
ultimately maku good, hcajthy, living blood. Af
ter this preparatory treatment, what remains te
cttru most cases of Consumption Ij tho frco and
persevering ttso of Hchcnck'a l"ulmonlc Syrup.
Tho Pulmonic Syrup nourishes tho system, puri
ne tho blood, nnd Is readily absorbed Into tho
circulation, and Ihcnco distributed to tho diseased
lungs. Thcro It rlpcm all morbid matters, wheth
tr lu tho form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
assists Nature to expel all tho diseased matter In
the form of frco expectoration, wheu onco It rl.
Tens. It Is then, by tho great healing and purify
lng properties of Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup,
that all ulcers and cavities aro healed up sound,
nnd my patient la cured.
Tho essential thing to ho done III curing Cor.
riimpf Ion to get up n good appetite and a good
ingestion, to that tho body will grow In Itcsli i and
pet strong. Ifn person has diseased lungs, n cav
ity or abscess there, tho cavity cannot heal, th
matter cintint linen, so long as ho system Is bu.
low par. hat 1 necessary to (lire Is a new or
der ir things, a good appetite, a good nutrition,
tho bsdy to grow In flesh and get lat: thcuNa.
tnro Is helped, ho cavities will heal, tho matter
will ripen and bo llinnwi off In large Quantities,
and tho person regain health and strength. This
Is the i truo and only plan to euro Consmnpilr.n,
and If a person Is cry bad, Iflho hinga ore not
entirely destroyed, or even Ifono lung Is entirely
gone. If thcro U enough Itallly lei' fii thu other
to heal tip, thcro Is hope.
I havo seen many persons cured, with only ono
'naml lung, llo and enjoy lift, t n p( old a-e.
This Is what bchenck's Medicines will do to euro
Consumption. They will clean out tho stomach,
sweeten and strengthen It. get up a good dices
t on, and glvo Naluru the assistant e she needs to
ricar tho system cf all the dlseato that It lu tho
lungs, whatever tho form maybe.
It Is Important that, whllo using Frhenrk'a
Medicines, caro should bo exercised not to taka
cold: keep In-door In cool and ilaiiipurnthcr:
avoid nlght-alr, nnd take out-door exercise uul
In a genial and warm sunshine.
I wish It distinctly understood that when 1 re
commend a patient to be careful In regard to tak
ing com wnuo using my ineoic incs, 1 do so fora
special reason.. A man who has but partially ro
siivcred from tho etlicts of a bad cold Is fir moro
liablo to a rclapso than ono who has been entirely
...io... I n.t.l I, Ij .......t.t.. .1... ....... I.. - ,
t.llVl 1. I
Consumption.
cured, and It Is precisely tho ramo lu retard to
So long as llio lungs aro not per.
iccuy iiuaicn, jus t to long la I in ro imminent dan
ger of a full return of llio disease. Hence It Is
that I so strenuously caution pulmonary patients
against exposln ' themselves to an atmosphcro
tli.it Is not genial and pleasant. Coiiflimed Con
sumptives' Ling uru n mass of sores, which tho
least chango of atmosphcro will Imlsme. Tho
grand secret of my nieces with my medicines
consist 111 my ability to subduo liitUimmatlcn In
stead of provoking; It, as many of tho (acuity do.
An Iriilauied lung cannot Willi safety in the pa
tient .. exposed to tho biting blasts of winter oi
l io elinilng wind. or spring or nittumn. It
should ho carefully hlcMcl f,o, l""it"tlii l"
uences. Tho utmost camion s Ii on ' " ol's "r e!l
111 tills parllfiiUr, a without itnniro under 'nl'
most any cln-iiinsiaiices I nu liiiposshiy.
1 hy person should bo kept n a w holc.oino and
nutritious die . and all the mullclnca cou In" '
until tho body ha icrtoml lo It thu naiura
iin.mllty of flesh, and etrength. 1
I was mvself cured by this treatment of" tho
worst kind of Coiisiimptloii, and hino lived to
get fAt and hearty these many years, with ono
lung mostly gone. I h.no rnrcd thousands since
and t cry many havo been iiiuulj ttibtrcalmcul
wliniu I hivo liiHer seen.
About tho let of October, I cvpect to lake pos.
session of my now building m tho northeast ci
nor of Mxlli und Arcli ritrreis, i.li.io I rtiuit l,u
pii'ascit to givu luivico to all who may tvqniro It.
Full dlrcctluns nrcomp.iny all my remedies, k.
Unit u person lu any jiart of tho win Id can bo lead
Ir cured by a strict ohservanro nf tho same.
J II. M IIU.VCIC, .M.D.,
Philadelphia.
HURLUUT & EDSALL',
32 Lnko-street, Chieaijo, AVholosalo Agent
.1III.L.IMCUY.
' LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS.OMcGEE,
EIOUTH HTRKKT, 11KTWEEN WASHINOTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUKH,
Ha just received a full and splendid line ol
NE,Y GOODS
Dress trimmings, silk gimps, silk galoon, gut
pure lacca. tnosa trimmings, crocket buttons,
silk mill vehet buttons, plu.li nnd trimming vel
vet, hat and bonnets, line kid glove, ladle' and
children' shoes, and a lull and complete itack ol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which she proposes to sell at
VKHV LOWEST LIVINO CASH PItIt IS.
KINDLING.
SAVE TROURLK AND EXPANSE.
To llouiokeeicriii
Michael Dowdwlll furnlshHUve I'uciorr Km4.
llng-nlce, dry. alrady.eut wood, In any part of
llio city, for Jt.txj a wsrot load. ,r
Her la way to sae lucalculatls tiontl l
your houieholi.
I.enVA ordars at MeflanUvfi. ,1,,,. .1... . i
dress them to Utohtsl DowJ, h,vuith ik p..

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