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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TIIUR SD AYiDECE MBEE 7, 1871.
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WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Levek,
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Importer Ratal WbdwU IstsUer In
WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO AcnCIO-.I?.a.
Asjenl fur lha bast brands ol
CREAM AND STOCK ALU,
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Import. Alc r Birvrral UlraaU.
75 Ohio Levke,
II CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
IXNUKAMrK.
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Ot Hartford, Cun.
CHARTERED 1810.
Equal to the Great Eraergencv.
THE IRON CLAD OLD
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Tested by the storms of Sixty -one year
AND STILL IS SOUND.
Pays from aer .surplus o
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Her Losses by the
GREAT CHICAGO FIRE
jLeaving her magnificent capital !
L'ntoncned tad Quarter ot a Million Harpist U
pare.
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THE BULLETIN.
Pnbllcnflon Olllcc, Ilulleilti Italldlna;,
Yniiiut:toii Avpnne.
ROSSEL.
THE HEHO OF THE COMMUNE.
(From il New Yori Times.)
cablo tolegrant announcei that the
crr of Jtoiiel. the youthful genius of tlie
Commune, has been bruuirht to ctoac nt
last. Yesterday morning tho unforlUnaU
young man was auot, uy order or the
French. gOTrnment. Louis Nathaniel
Kosioi wasa natira of Ht.ilreuo, in tho de
partmerit of Cotes-dU'Nord, and was born
in 1844, belnz not ouitotwentT-eieht tears
of age at the time of bil execution. n
1BS3 be graduated at tho Military school
of La Fieche, and in 1602 at tho l'olytcch
nlc school. In ISO! he wan annotated
Sub-lieutenant of uneineers at the School
of Artillery in Mete, Lcottno n Lieutenant
of engineers in W, and attalnexl tho
rank of Cntaln on Aug. 2, 1870. Tho
outbrenk of the wur aguiimt 1'russln found
him still attaclit-d to the fortruu of .Mctz,
whuro ho remained until tlic closo of the
i.-g and the capitulation of liazalr.c. On
Oct 28, the very day that tho Germans en
tered Jthe fortress, "Hostel slipped out in
diiguiae. 1'HSilng through llilglum and
England, be jouivdI.(miilM!tta at Tourx,
and was by tbu latter ordered to the north
of France to ascertain the inllitury forces
and other means available for the defente
of the country in that section. On re
turn from the minion, in the tiirly pait of
December, he a appointed by Gnmhuttn
Auxiliary Colonel and Director of En
gineering in the camp nt Ncverh.
As soona intflligenciinf the Cornuiiiiiltt
rsvolt in 1'urii iiched him tlirough the
newipnpcr, he wrote to tlie -Minii-tur of
War at Veriaillet. announcing his deter
mination to abandon his pwt and tender
his services to the Commune. On ar
riving in 1'arip ho was introduced to the
Central Committee, und by it ilitruited
with the command of the Legion ol the
r.lghtocntli Arrondlfement. 1 hrough liis
untiring zprI and military know lodge, tliu
lecion was toon broucht to u liiirli tutu of
diiclplinr, but the rttult diiplvated tliu
District Committee, and hn wns by its
order arretted on tbo -d of April ol the
present year. Through the exertlom of
one of lila officers he was soon rclcauil,
and was then selected by the adventurer,
Cluterrt, then acting ai liclegutn .Minittcr
of War for the Commune, for tbo poiition
of Chief of Staff, the duties or which he
fulfilled, until the 2Cth of April. On the
3Uih Cluscret was denoted by tho Com
mune, and lUtiel was Installed in his
place as Delegato Minister cf Wnr and
virtual Commander-in-Chief of the Com
munist forces. From tbo ICtli of April
down to the time of his elevation to tho
War Office, be bad also presldod over thu
courtmartial instituted for tho summary
trial of citizens who refustd to march
against tho French army, and to the
inflexible rigor and superfluous zeal
manifested by him In tho discharge of the
duties of his position be was in a great
measure indebted for bit appointment.
. ltotscl assumed the full discharge of the
duties with which he had been intrusted.!
at once, and continued to exercise prac
tically supreme functions until the 'Jlh of
May. On tho following day, however,
the commune decreed his arrest, in con-
equence, doubtless of the reverse sus-
ained by its forces in the capture of Fort
ssy by the recular army, and the lack of
reserve manifested by Kossel in his com
ments on the lukewarmness and ireneral
demoralization of tbo ineurgonts. He
was intrusted to tho custody or a man
named Girardin, with whom be at once
disappeared. Meanwhile the commune
fell, and on the tu ot Juno Hostel was ar
rested by the police of the recular uov-
ernmunt vritiln endeavoring to cscjo In
the diiguisc of a railway employe. Ho
was brought to trial before the court-mar-
lal in August, and, after a long bearing,
vas convicted and condemned to death.
Great sympathy was manifested with the
unfortunate young man, and thcro would
bavo been a general feeling of relief if he
bad been acquitted. Ho met hi doom
like a man, and his near relatives were
equally unmoved. The fattier, mother,
and sister of tho condemned uau were in
court when the sentence of doath was read,
and not a tear was shed. Earnest efforts
wero made to procure a pardon or com
mutation of tho sentonce, but tho court of
revision confirmed it, and President
Thiers refused to interfere. Meanwhile
young Kosiel was at work In prison on a
work upon the military reorganization of
the army, and repeatedly expressed his
readiness to die. Tlie announcement that
be has been executed is sutllcient to can so
rtgret at the unhappy fate of a mnn for
whom a brilliant and useful futuro was
possible
The noblest of tho Communist lenders
wbo survived defeat was unquestionably
Rossel. "When other peoplo wero llying
out of Paris, Kossel traveled some hund
reds of miles, and overcamo may obstacles
in order to get into it, simply because ho
believed that tho surrender to Germany
was premature, and that tho capital was
to become tbo centre of a new resistance.
Here aro the salient points of his later
career an summed up by Tcxler, of the
Steele : "This man appearing suddenly
in Paris, taking command of tho insur
rectionary army, threatening to shoot a
member of tho Central Committee who
asked him to give up a fort, abandoning
the committee because they countermanded
bis order, sending bis resignation couciicu
in terms of supreme disdain, and claiming
as a right tho call at Malas, which his
colleagues baa always reuuy ior tiicir
Generals this man, after tho Commune,
passing twice before a council of wur,
bearing twice nis sentence oi ucain witu
out moving a muscle, and twico refusing
to sign a petition for pardon bus nil
the romantic adjuncts which appeal so
powerfully to the magnetism of women,
and be has consequently Dccoine tueir
hero." If, as Texier says, Kossel has been
tbe lion of the season in tho Parisian
salons, hit execution yesterday will givo a
tragic ending- to in career wnicn win
entitle him to a longer lease of famo tbun
tae uriei celebrity or a Parisian season.
BAPTlS'it
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world. Able writer, all to nuara, and conatant
improvement!. uu aiatae. iiepott. bunday
slenaol Department lesson every week.- Ad in-flezlUa-
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LOC alt ocfi6iini
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la'herabr stten.triat default ha?lo been mada
fr,r mora than lixtr dava in (ho.fmfcment nt a
portion of the amount aecured to be paid by a
oerwn uit'i iftaxv u nu v Aimaiiuo iiaiiev
tn HmuelHtaaiiTalorand Kdwin Paraons. (ma.
teat of the Cairo City property, dated September
13th, 1S, aud recorded in the K'conler'a office,
in anu ior Airasmicrvuunij, m inr niaieriiui
(noil, In bookb, of dtoOa, pnMI, Ac, we, the
unneraiuHcu aniu aiuiiieva. win on naiuraav. in.
Second day of Dectmber next, A. I). 1871, at 10
o'clock In tho forenoon o that day, under and by
Irlim ol the DOWer at aala contained in auid
morltage, sell, at publlo auction, to the hiihrtt
bidder, for cash, at tho offlce.Yiulldlng of said
tmauaa. earner of Wa-ihinirton avenna ami taih
atraat.'la the city, of Cairo, in Aleaaoder county
ml HtaU of IlliuOis JOt DUmharad 12 (ia.cnlv.lanl
in bloek.numUred XI (twentyteventn the First
Adililioe to said lly of Oarroj accord log to Ilia
recorded plat tberefll.wii tbe appurtenance, to
aatlaiy.uia purpu.ci aou v!U"l9AS.l.saiil.niori
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Nos. Cents.
1, Cures Vra,conioation, Inflammation..!
'i, " M onim, worm Tever, worm colic...,. iU
3, " S'rylnK-collo orteethlnol mfaiita. ,a
4, " Ulrrhora.of children and adults...a,
5, " Iivarnlpry, griping. blloua colie...a
e, " S.'fiolcrawnorbu., vomltlnit ..V
7, " I'holrrn. colds, bronchltu
t, " .rup..lKli. toolluchc, fceaclie....i'
0, " lleHilarliea, aiok headache, vertigo!!!
10, " ISynnrpiln' b.lloii aloinache !i4
11, " Niiitnreixiosl.or painful pcriods.M.U
I't, " wiillm.too jirofu.e erloJa......!ii
II, " S'rolip, cough, fllltlciilt breattiing...,i1
II, 11 Hull Ittieiilii. Erysipelas, hruptioni-M
1J, " HlipiimnlUm. rheumatic pains
l, " vprniid Astue.chtll leter.agueil
17. 11 11 1 r, blind or bleeding ..6)
la, " Oplilhlrmy, and sore or weak ejenVi
19, " S'nlnrcli, acuto or rhrotilc, InauenuKW
so, " Wliooplnar-'na:I'. violentcoughsM
III, " Anthiiin, oiipresed breithln 60
22, " YAr ItlKclnirKPa. Immilred hearing.')
21, " rHcriiflllis, enlarged glands, awe I nx-SO
21, 11 Jrnt-rnl Drlillll)', phyaical ck-
ness . H iO
2. ", " llropMj and scanty accretions 'a
2C, ,Spi slrUin-H.alckncis from rldin. v,
27, ' Ulrtiiry-Iilscaoo, dravcl Jo
'il, " crvou Itelillll)', rernlnal end.-
ons.Intolunturv uircl.nrge ....1 .
I Ielloxc, wlla one tl vial or povtiler
very necessary in aenom cusen,..5 0i
2'J, More .sioutli, canker - -i
" I'rliuir.v Wriikiitsu, wettini? lcl.,Vi
II, " I'aliilul l-crioilt, itbspiksins......Vil
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GOLDEN REMEDIES.
Use these only, and save time, heal h and
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Hit. ltlCll AU'S GOLDEN EUXIIt D'AMOl'lt
la the greatest tunic and astringent Ir the mod
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DIl. PICIlAfS GOLDEN ANTIDOTE
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1)11. HICHAVS GOLDEN IIAI.SAM,
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Address, Dr. D. 11. Ilicharil-,2:s anek-sl, N.
orriend money bv express or older goods
ihrntiij'i your Druggist, mid you Mill meet uitli
no loss.
CENTRAL ELEVATOR.
rr. bavo re-opcneil the fentrnl Elevator, and
aro now prepared to bundle gi din w d'i dis
patch nt reduced rnlet, as follow s t
I'or receiving bulk grain, weighing in and i tit,
including live days st.ir.ige, J,o pus lniahei.
I'or s.icking and transler one lial' tent nihil
tlnniil.
Kur eich ten diys after the llrst II vu our-half
centpclmsliel. J. A y IIUCKINGIIAM.
CUIro, ill., Nov. 8, l7l. noe-au'..
OAI. ,tXl) WM)I.
" WOOD I "WOOD I ! WOOD ! I !
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An I'hciip, il nut I lienpor
l.eavo nrdeta
F , mT ward,
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT.
1 M. WAIUI is preiared lo deliver lliebesi
, I'lro Wood and clone Coal
I.V ANY VAltT OF TUB l'I f Y,
And ju any quunllty desired, ou shnrl nnbiv,
COAL DELIVEiTkiTat Jl.r.o i-ku ton
liver Hi uruiirl firth A I'n'u stove
Thau any wood doaler in Ciim.
on ino amies at tliu ronomci in ns i
yard, on Cuimueri'lal avenue, between Ti'iilh and
Twelfth meets, Cairo, llluuil'. I good
Pieasuiu and will curd the wood up II '''f'1
iniglii.ll DI.NMis llALL:;
HTOVES, TIMVAItK, 17IT,
A. II A h h K Y,
DEALER IX STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Volle
Ware, Coal Hods, Klre Shovels, Air (lain.
HINITACU Rra or
TIN, ZINC, COPPEH AND SHEET
IKON WARE.
No. 1GG "Wasliington-fivciiuc,
cm no, ILLINOIS.
riB-Hooflng U ittenng, and all kinds of job
"tor, done al ale fle.t nm ic.- (elildif
Oil. C'AS.
An ass'rtment cl I'or'xivo cai.s, securely
packcl f r shipment, f jt s ,- ni f n- nuati iir ces
and Ire gl I, by LA IK MY 11ISO.S.,
Driig.ind Paint Dialcr-j, 71 Oh oLovee.
CONSUIPTION
ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE i
I
RY DR. .1. II. SCIIENCK, M. D.
trSr-THE CAUSE AND CUrtU OF CON"
hCMITION. Tho primary canse of Consump
tion Is derangement of tlndi'si'vcorans. This
derangement produce ilcicnt nutrition and r.
almllatlo.i. lij a--i'.n;,ii.u:.. II.1 "an that process
bywhlcUtho r. .:r"..i : i I '. fnod l. converted
Into blooil, and tie w i n t!io solids of thu body.
Persons .tln'i r.e,:i t ., i.:iialied, liavinj tl.o
slightest prcC.spoi:i. 'l ' i ;.!:.'.nary disease, cr
If they take cold, will be vc.-y liable to have Con
sumption of the Langn In son.o of Its forms; and
I hold that It will be lmpofslhl? to euro any case
of Consumption without f.rt restorln; a good
digestion and healthy assimilation. Tho very first
tiling to bo iluno Is to clcauso the tlomach nnj
bowels from all diseased rnucns and sllmo which
ero clogging tlie-o organs so that they cannot per.
form their functions, and then rouse up and re
itorc tho liver to a healthy action. I'or this pur
Ihjsc, tho tureit and best remedy Is Bchcnck's
Mandrake, Pills. Tlicso Pills clean tho itomach
and bowcla of all tho dead and morbid sllmo that
iscauilug dlreafu cud decay In tho vvliolo system.
Thee iilllrlnar out llio lil'crof nil illsivised bllu
that lias accumulaleil there, r.tnl arou;o It up to a
new and healtliy action, by which natural and
healthy bllu Is secreted.
The stomach, bowel., and llvcrarc thus cbanscil
by tbe uc of Echcuck'a JIan :rako Pills ; but thcro
remains In tliu stomach nu elects of acid, tlio or
gan Is torpid ami tlionppctltppoor. In tho bow
el", Iho lacteal are weak, and icrmlrlng slrcaglh
and support. It Is iu u cnuitioii like this that
SchencU's Seaweed Tonic irovcs to bo tbo most
valuablo remedy evi r discovered. It Is alkaline,
and Its use v ill neutralize all excess of acid, mak
ing tho stomach evvect and fresh; It will glvo
permanent tone to this Important organ, and cre
ate a good, hearty appetite, ami prepare tbo sys
tem for tbo first process of a good ingestion, nu4
ultimately mako good, healtliy, Uv lug blood. Af
ter this preparatory treatment, what remains tc
cure most cases of Consumption Is tlio frco and
perscverinj uso of Schcnck's l'ulmonlc Syrup.
The Pulmonic Syrop noiirlshcii tho system, puri
fies the blood, and Is readily absorbed into tho
circulation, and thenco dlurl bntod to tho diseased
lungs. There it ripens nil morbid matters, w both
er In tho form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
assists Nature to ctpil a", tho diseased matter la
tho form of frco expectoration, when onco it ri
pens. It Is then, by tlio grr.it healln and purify
ing properties of tichenck'j Pulmonic Syrup,
that all ulcers and caiitlca aro healed up sound,
end my patient Is cured.
Tho essential thing to lxi iloro In curing Con.
s nmptlon Is to get up n good npjictlto ami a good
digestion, so I hut tl.e l.ei'y will grow In llesh and
f et strong. Un pe - . . I i-diseased lungs, n cav
ly or abscess tl r -. tl culiy rnmint ncfll, tho
matter cuiml ni'.i. "i!, - m tlm svstcm Is be
low par. Wh.it lJ iiis r 1 i euro I. a new or
der of ihins, ri if., li, .-i. , a .'i)d nutrition,
tho b-'lv to grow in ll"-'i n' 'I -i t lati then Na
ture l li ip 'd. tho i.hIik- v i:i I eal. llio matter
w ill rlneii
1 !
ii ..' ii i if Ip rmantltlcs.
and lie" il
ls tlm ti.i
and if n ii
entirely il
gone. If tl
II li
'II ! Iienl.ll II!',' m . mil). This
I nij p. 'ii to ( i i suinpllcii,
n Is 1. 1. I .i I. If i. i Ki aro not
ed. i . i i n il i ! i. - Urntlrvlv
. i:"'i '! vll.lllty ! .' I.. Iho other
to neat up. tuc
l':'"l'- ... .
i iiavo t-i'. ii in
p. irons rnrcu, wlllt only ono
sound lull'.', Hi" in 'I i Jjr llfo Mil g' d old age.
This is wli it
otllclncs w id do to euro
Consutniiil "
'l :
'II clean out the stomach,
ii It. get npiU'Xiil illges
I af-l-'B, si e ei!s PI
. ' -' e Hulls In tlio
.i ,' I
sweeten a' i n '
Hon, and gl" Nut '
clear tho s -ten, f
lungs, what' nri!io,
It is impoi-uiii ti
fclicnck'a
Medicines, r.ii,' rhiiild Lo t;ir i nut to taka
cold; keep 1 1 1 - tl i ri pi iixl si .1 c . pwcatlicrj
avoid night air, ami PiUj iit-do. r txerclic only
tu a genial uu 1 v a in 1 1 m hli.u,
I wish Ii (ll-iiiic'v i 'n'er-tnnl fl at when 1 re
commi'iid n : ai' i.t i i. i.iutiilln legnrd lo tak
ing cold vvhllo ti-l' i .. i k(Vi, me., Tilo mi lorn
special reus jii. A pi:m v, l.o l.i a I. lit partially ro.
siivered from H lib i f a I ml cold Is fir moro
llablu to n re! K" H'''" ne w ho bus been entirely
curuJ, and It Is prtclrtiy tho tamo tu icg.inl to
Coiisuniptlnn. So lung n" llio hn gs lire not per
fectly licilud, Jit't so brig U Hiiro imminent (Ian
ger of n full return of lm dl - uso. Ilei.coltll
that I slreiiiiouslr caullriu puluionaiy patient
against expo-ln llieuistlv s to tin mmosplivro
u'Miii-i, v,u-i'w in ini ii i. w ,ii, iiiitivr'iivit
that I not getii.il nml pl n-:uit. t'oiiUinusI Con
sluultlvca, ItingH mo n n.iiia of st.res, whlih tin
on
tlio
least ctiaugu or nitunspiiiro will In (In me,
lliu
grand secret of ray success it iu my medicines
cunsisis in my iiiuiitv iu iuikiuu iiiutiuiinatiou in
stead of provoking it, m many of tlio faculty do.
An Inllauied lung rimm t vmiIi rality to tho pa
tient bo opposed tu tlio biting bla.ts of winter oi
tho cliflllug wlmlri of spring or niilnmii. It
should bo cnrefiilly shielded from nil Iirllatlng In
fluences. Tho UtiilU't caution iliuuld loiibscivnl
Iu this partlculir, as wltliimt itiiiuio iinOvc al
most any circumstance Is nu lirpiis.lhllliy.
Tho person should I u kept hi n wlioleroinoini!
Iiutrlllou diet, uud all tlm null tilua lontliii.cd
until tliu body has leslirul i i II tho palunil
quantity of Ib'.li uud aticngtli.
I I was myself cured bv this li 'iliiicnt cf tlm
,vorst Mud oi i.')iisumpiii
I 1 1 u Hied tu
get fat niKl hearty tin
li i n
M ' . " Hll Ol. i)
t1 o'l-i.i.i'- since.
. Il'l UtiiUUCUt
(llllig iuusii gone,
T 1....... ... .
ism! very many haro been tint
U liiv.ll .Will, J II. ,tu ,i
uiwhi i invo never seen.
About tlm lit of Octiibir, lu, it lo tnko pos.
resslon of my new bulldliig nt t,,e i.ci tlu o-t ci r
lierof Slxlll and Arch Slieel', itlieiu I ihnll Inl
pleased to glvo udvleu liuill wlm may ruiiliu U
1'ull ilireilluus ncidiniiiii.y a'l my lemedles,
that a person In any pun i f t e wnild can Loread
tlyeuri'd by a ilrlct ub.eiviu n i tm same,
J II, HI" "K, M.D.,
I'lilUdclptila,
lirilLUUT A EDS A
Liiko-streot, Chicago, Wlmloiitlu Aljciit
AVOID Q I1 AUKS
A victim ofearly iniliscrclion, causingniTTOUs
lUbility. vretHature decay, etc., having tried in
v.tm nverv nilvertUed retnojv. lias discovered
alinplo means of scir-cure, viueh no win sauti
IT,
illJi K'
HOT KM.
CRAAVFORD HOUSE,
O RNER SIXTH and WAIaNTJT-ST
(Entrance on Hlxth-sl.,)
II. C.Caily, 1 CINCINNATI, OHIO
E. II. LouwicV, J
OAKE?. CADT A CO. Proprietors.
NIO.V -sVItlTKR.
CARL L. THOMAS,
SIGKET WEITEB
a bow prepaied to repond promptly to all de
mands for hla services.
SHOP-Cor. 8thst. and Commep.cai.-av
In Hip I'ppry lloiiap,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
noviidtf
HOAT NTOREH.
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
WHOLESALE GROCER,
PRODUCE AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
'o. 70 Ohio I.pvpp,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
"Wipeeial stti-n'inn given to consignments
and fi.lin: ordet..
S A M W I L S O N ,
Him I
BOAT STOBES
OKOCKRIE.,.
1' R O V I S I O N S, E T C.
x. no
Ohio Lkvkk : : : : : I'aiko, In.
osctas raoxTTLV rturii.
I1L'TCII.US.
CENTRAL .MEAT MARKET.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
Have reopened the
I'OI'll.Alt Mil AT MAIIKF.T,
COMMKUCIAK-AV.,
Ilclnpcn Xlnlh ami Truth NI recta.
md will keep constantly on hand the best meatt
slaughtered in the Cairo market. Tbcr defy com
petition. Give them a trial. aepHltf
.JAMES KYNASTON,
iltilelier unil llpnlrr In nil III iuIh "rps,h
31 put,
CuBMn .VlMTM.MII AND PilPLAR STBCCT.
UVIlt I, 1 1.1,1 NOH.
BfYd and slaughters only tho very best eatlle,
hogs ami sheep, and is prepared lo till any
ilem.i' l for Fresh incuts from ono pound to ten
thoe- md pounds, den'Otf
.JAKE WALTER,
BUTCH E JEl
AND DEALCn 11
V HE S II MEAT,
Kmin il Stiikkt. Hktw-ek.v 'U'AalllNOTO.V
AND COMMEHCIAL AVENUES,
Ailolnlnsr lllllcnlioiiac L- Hnnuy'a.
Iveep the best of Meaf, Pork, Mutton, Veal
Lamb, Sausage, etc., and are, prepared to servo
sillsens in tho mnn acceptable manner. airSO
r.V.MII.Y (ilKK KItlM.
LOUIS JORGE N S E N,
I idler III all klnda of
STAPLE AND FANCY
GBOCEEIES,
rarnicr'N Yanl nnd rllabllne;
WITHOUT CIIAP.aE.
Cor. Wasliington-av' and Twcntietli-st.,
CAiriO, ILLINOIS
tv27dtf
HOOTN AMI SIIOK8.
WILLI.VM FILLERS,
Kashlonalile
HOOT AND SHOIS MAKKH,
TWENTIETH 'HTItEET,
Uetween Wnsli'ngton Avenue and Poplar S-lreet
CA1I10. ILLS.
Hoots and Shoes Made to Order,
I'lne Werkmeu Employed,
Satisfaction Wurranted.
I'atronage fnlicited.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
S'ltr. Aar.Ncv loa
T3EOLASKI'S
CUSTOM-MADE
I! O O T S A N D S HOES
('iiiiuiicrrliil Avenue, Corner of Klglith
Nlrecl,
Caiiio, Illinois.
rAUTICULAII ATTENTION l'AIH TO ALL Oft
DhllS KOI! llOOl'SK'lltTM AND MIOKH.
VtAIION!.
WAtiON MAN L' FACTORY.
SB
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
COUNKll '.ViD.STIlEET AND OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois.
mrsTirtr-9Zl f m S S il II
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TO
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caoo, New York, Boston,
AMD AIL
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
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lows! mil. axraist.
Aaatvr 3i3Ua.m .... 330 p.m.
Dr-riHT 1115 p. m 2i40 p.m.
Moth trains connect at Centralla with train oa In
JVC-fVI-ET liUJTE
voa
fa n n, Decatur, Illonmlngtcn, El Paso, LaSaUt,
Jleinlota, Kreeport, Galena, Dubuque, ana
all points In Illinois, Missouri,
Minnesota, iVIseonaln and
Iowa. And with
Lines running East and West tor
St. Louts, Hpunghehl, Louisville,
Cineinuatl, IniDauapolis, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg. Fort Waynt
and Chicago Railroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
SILnny, Huston, Philadelphia,
.Viagrit Kalis, Krio, Buffalo,
New Vork, I'ltlaburg, llaltimort,
U'uariiDtfiun.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. K.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1171, tralaawll
rua aa louowa i
NORTHERN DIVISION,
vastus aoiaa soctbiast.
Mail. Eaaraaa
Leave Virginia . C:Wa.ra........ lt p.m.
' npringnem u..-u - j:uu
" Taylorsillo 10:42 "
Arrive at 1'aua llilD m SilT
vaAtsitootNa NOamwuT.
Express Hall.
Leave Pans H..H.4.00a.m J:Ul,n,
" Taylorville 4i4 " 4.-tr '
Arrive at. Sprliigfleld...;la " S.-00
Leave Spsiiigtield 6:2 " :10
Arrive af Virginia a;2S " .. .-....!:
SOUTHERN DIVISION,
tasiss QOINO SSCTUIAST.
Leave Edgewood 6.30 a.m. .M.....10;10a.m
" Klora : " ll'.SO
Arrive at shawueetown3:a,lp m 6;)J p.m
tsains no I it a aoBTUwaar.
Leave Bhawneetown :4S a.m .........l:tOp.D,
Klori 2:M " T;00'
Arrive at Edgewood 4:50 " ......t;20
The 6:30 a.m. train from Edgewood, runs only
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 6:43 a.m.
train from Sliawneetnwn oa Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton lUllroad. for Jacksonville,
I'elersuurg, siason uuy, ana an ooinia west.
Al npringueiu, Willi vnicago ami niioo, auu
fnledu. Wabash and Western Railroad, tor
Dloomlngtoti, Chicago, and all points north, north
west and west, , ., ,
At Tana with lnd. and St. I.ouls, and Ullnela
Central Railroad lor all points east, touth and
southeast. , , , ,,,
At Mgewood with Chicago division iiunoia
eutral Railroad. .... , ,
AtKloru.wlth Ohio asd Mississippi Rat road.
AtShawueetosin, with steamboats for Clncin
tl. I'aducah. Calm and St. Louis,
tl, -l"''""i1"'oltLANijSM"Tii oen'ISup't
.,, FoaJiTViG""'1 Kr'gt and Ticket Atr't.
OAS riTTERN.
11. T. OEUOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AHOPiAlEB
A riXTCBW,
Qas Fitter' t and I'lumtstr't malarial. !Tt-t4
pumps, globe sm angia vatvtt, aOf
cotiks, check valves, tic.
auo Aotat tea
Tana Bravthant ravUsst ry aVM HMtaj
led Morehouse, Wells Co'a AalotsisAs Wait
liKHCUlor aa4BuppiJ vaiv io ivsani tsuusiawa

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