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hTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAP", ETC.,
I Just received n heavy stock "t Hoots en
Bnoos, Hosiery anu 'M"tri
I HALE FOR CASH VERY OHEAI
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i every Kinu.
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lAItf) saloon furnished ith lh- t"t ol
I le j ami bsr supplied villi wines, liquor.
tra ol tne nnesi urauus .
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or Wooden Uridges, for Churches, Cour
and oilier rublic ltulldings, Business and
ng Houses, Cottages, etc. etc., lurnlyheU
E TROUBLE AND EXPENSE.
Iiael DOWll will liirnmii a in 10 1 ". , ...m
nlce. dry. already-cut wood, In uny jiart of
A 21 Ml a unirnn load.
V av 10 navo Incalculable trouble In
ve oruers at aicnniey ik i"i-,
w,em .U - ""Nov lV-If
I jo found at Reed JIunn'a from
Any worn in m"
ecelre prompt attention.
1 general blncksmlllilnK bulnes8 carrlnl on,
mm a ini
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IHOU umi niinrue.
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I'uliHciillon iii(c, Iltillclln lliillillnv
TIIK CltriW.V l-niMKHOt' KL'IIOI'K.
(Kroin the N. V.
J'ew of tliu crown princes of Eiiropo nro
slrol,K nu iali)i v nan. Soveral of thcrn
10 iivo to ii'cenU tlio thrones
oft iclr futhcra. Tlio Czurowltch of Km-
in nus Neon it clironlc In valid almost from
irimncy, and at Ilftecn was hardly ex-
IlCCtCd to reach tnnlllinml. Ilia
iielr. too, Is a sickly child. Tlio only son
of Sultan Abdul Aziz Is consumptive
Dissipation In tlio various capitnls of Eu-
ujiu iiua iiuiuu 1110 crown-princo ol Egypt,
lorn in 1853, old boforo his tinio.
Tho Count of Flandors, brother of King
Leopold of liolL'ium. nml iir.nmr,llv
helrof tho throne, is lienrlv dnnrnnil tnf.
fcrs from heart disease. Tim lipaltli nr
yown I'rinco Frederick, of Denmark, too,
is by no means good and his prospects for
n anon niu aro among tho objections
mado to tho tironoscd Tutu rn llnlnn nf tha
thrco Svandlnuvian klnedomi under his
llio Auilrian l'rlnco Kudolpli, now
iiiir ituii years 01 ago, mis uiwnvs been lee
ble, and Is not likely to livo lone.
Tho Crown-l'rinco nf finrmnnv It In
vigorous health ; but his friend nnd com-
ana. tlio Crown-l'rineo Alln'rt.irniiii,v
. .tii.i.. I., . . . j.
i aicKiy. nnu uio neirs lo tlio thrones of
JlCCKICIItlUri.'. iiadell nml lll.(. urn nil
feeble. Most of tlieso nrlnuc urn thn tip
scendunts of the most talvart warriors of
uiooiden umoj but noheritsgo of i-trcngth,
it tee til i. can bo kept from decay under tho
enervating llfo ol' inodurn kings. Tho
irlnces, liko tlio Initltutlon of royalty
tsi-lf, grow feebler every genyratlon."
III Hi irlnontv nllriiiliiiiia i..
In' ilPtiriNxliin, I oliiiiinr.v 4iiiiiuii,
imiof hen ilXTinnlorrliii'ii, lusn il
KMK-r' ljy li.ail, i,s of iin-morv.
cinil tlirciiicin-41 liiitirK-urr mill l.llltp.
c-IIJlo, nml a lotiTi'luii ciini In lltim.
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uic cured ihoiiKandii of cnte: I'rlcr, $'i i i'r
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ander county, in the state ol Illinois, and that
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at tho court house in Cairo. Illinois.
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BOOTH A?m NUOU,
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CITY SHOK STORE
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lleiulavcMpa, aiek heulache,vertlgo2S
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DR. KIOUAU'SOOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR
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ITS CURE AND ITS PREVENTIVE
BY DR. J. II. SUIIENCK, M. D.
tar THE CAUSE AND CURE OF CON
SUMPTION. The primary cauro of Consump
tion Is derangement of thedljcst.veorsans. This
derangement produces deficient nutrition and as
similation. By assimilation, I mean thatproccH
by which the nutriment of Iho food Is converted
Into blood, and thence Into the solids of tho body.
Persons with digestion thus Impaired, having tho
slightest predisposition to pulmonary disease, or
If they take cold, will be very liable to havo Con
sumption of the Lungs In sonic of Its forms ; and
I hold that It will be Irnporslblu to euro any casa
of Consumption without flrH restoring a pood
digestion and healthy assimilation. Tho very first
thing to be dono Is to clcanso the stomach and
bowels from all diseased mucus and slime which
are clogglag these organs so that they cannot per.
form their functions, and then rouse up and re
store the liver to a healthy action. Tor this pur
pose, the sorest and best remedy Is Schcnck's
and bowels of all tho dead and morbid sllmc that
Is cans Ing dlteato and decay In the whole system.
They will clear out the liver of all diseased bllo
that has accumulated there, mid nroueo It up to a
new and healthy action, by viliich natural and
healthy bile Is secreted.
.The stomscb, bowels, and liver are thus cleansed
by the use of Schcnck's Mandrake Pills ; but then
remains la tho stomach an excess of acid, tho or
gan Is torpid and the appetite poor. In the how
els, the lacteal are weak, and tcn.ulr.ng strength
and support. It is In a condition llko this that
Bcuenck's Seaweed Tonic proves to bo the moit
valuable remedy ever discovered. It Is alkaline,
and its use will neutralize all excess of acid, mak
ing the stomach sweet and fresh; It will giro
permanent tone to this Important organ, and cre
sts good, hearty appetite, and preparo tho sys
tem for ths first process of a good digestion, and
ttltlmstely make good, healthy, living blood. Af
ter this preparatory treatment, what remains te
core most esses of Consumption Is tho free and
persevering use of Schcnck's Pulmonic Syrup.
The Palmonle Symp nourishes tho system, purl
lies the blood, and Is readily absorbed Into tho
circulation, and thence distributed to the diseased
langs. There Itrlpcns all nioibld matters, wheth
er in the form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
assists Nslnre to expel nil tho diseased matter In
the form of frco expectoration, when onco It ri
pens. It Is then, by tho great healing and purify
ing properties of Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup,
that all ulcers and cavities aro healed up sound,
and my patient Is cured.
The essential thin; to ha dono In curing Con
snmptlon Is tn get up n good ntipetlto and a good
digestion, so that tho body will grow In flesh and
ret strong, If n peison has disea.ed lung., a cav
ity or abscess there, tho cavity cannot heal, tho
matter cannot iltien, so lung in the sjstcm Is be
low par. What H necessary to euro Is n new or
der of things, n good appetite, n good nutrition,
tho bedy to grmv In fie.li and get fat: then Na
ture Is helped, llio raiitieswlll heal, tho matter
will ripen and be throuti (iff In lato quantities,
and the person regain health and strength. This
Is the troe and only plan to euro Consumption,
and If a person Is very bad. If llio lungs are not
entirely destroyed, or even If ono lung Is entirely
gone, If there Is c n outrli Utallly hi' In tho other
to heal up, there Is hope.
I have seen many persons cured, vt Ilh only ono
sound lung, live and enjoy llfo tu a good uhl age.
This Is what Schenck's Medlcltiei will tin to cure
Consumption. They w ill ileau out tlio Homnth,
sweeten and strengthen It, get up n good diges
tion, and glvu Nnturu tlio nptl.tatico tlio needs to
clear ths system nf nil tho illi-catu that Is In tho
lungs, whatever tho form may be.
It is Important Hint, whilo using Fchenck's
Medicines, caro should bo xcrcl-cil not to take
cold; keep In-doora In cool r.ml dan.p weather;
avoid nlght-alr, mid tako eut-ilo r esvrclio onlj
Insgeulal ami warm nuiihii. .
I wish It dlstlmtly understood that when 1 re
commend a patient to bd cir. Tulln icprd tn tak
ing cold while using my medli tnen, 1 do so for a
special reason. A iniiu who bus but partially rc
sovered from the rffects of n bad cnlil Is fir moro
liable to a rel.ipsj than ono who has hecu entirely
cared, and It Is prcelrely tlio sanio In regard to
consumption, so long as ino nines aro not per-
tally healed, Just so long Is there Imminent dim
mere imminent uim
disease Hence It Is
gr or a run renins'
nr tu tno
that I so strenuous W
hat I so strenuously caution pulmonary patients
against exposing themselves to mi almosphero
that la not genial nml pleasant. Continued Con
samptlves' lungs aro n mas of sores, whkh tho
least ensngo oi aimnspnero will liiliame. Iho
grand secret of my success w 1th my medicines
consists In my ability to subdue Inftnmniallon in
stead of provoking It, as many ol tho (acuity da
An Inflamed lang cannot wllh rarely to tho piv
tlent be exposed to tho biting blasts of winter m
the chilling winds of spring or onli'inii. It
should bo carefully shielded from all Irritating In ,
flasnces. The utmost caution thonld loohseivid
la tnis particular, as witnotii it a cure under al
loost any circumstances Is nu Impoxslhlllty,
. Ths person should bo kept m a uliolesoniaind
nutritions diet, and all tho midlclnes cunUimed
until tbe body has restored tu It tho natural
nutntltr of flesh and slrcniMh.
I was myself cured by this trcnltneiit of the
worst Ktnu oi cuusumptioii, aim hao lUeil to
Kt fst and hearty theso many 5 ears, with 0110
ng mostly gone. I have cured thousands since,
ana very mauy navo ueeu cuieii uy 1111s ireaiuieni
About the 1st or October, I esptct to take pos
session of my new building nt U.u 1 in then, t cor
ner of Sixth aud Arch Stree.s, wluio I shall be
pleased to give advice to all Mho may ri quire tt
Full directions accompany all my icmedles, si
that person In any part of the world can bo read
IT corea vy strict ouservnnre 01 tin, same,
J. II, SCHKNC'K, M.D.,
HURLUUT & EDSALL
3) Lake-itreot, Chicago, Wholomlo Agent
"""BANK ELECTION NOTICE.
A N election will be held at the ('ilv Nutlnrml
J. Hank Tussdsy, January 0. 1872, lor seven di
rectors, a. u, oat runi', tasiuer,
BaaaaaVRR 'dSf- 3
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Fivo prlies of 1,000 Ten Prises $3,00; ca
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wo'tn I 1
nyp norscs a nuggies, witn isiiver-mount-
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F'lve Fine-toned Rosewood Pianos, worth,
2S Family Hewing Machines, worth, enclu... MO
23U) Gobi ar.d Silver Lever Hunting Watch-
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Ladles' Gold Leontlne Chain., Gent's flold Vest
Chains, Solid sn'l Double. Plated Silver Table
and Teaspoons, Photograph Albums, Jewelry, etc.
Whole number gifts. 2.1,000. Tickets limited to
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Sremlums will bo paid,
male tickets 12; six tlcketstlO; twehe tickets'
Circulars containing a full list of rrlse, a de
fter! ptinn of the mann.1 of drawing, and other In.
rorinallon In reference to tho dlstrihutlon, vlllbs
sent to any one ordering them. Alll loiters must
ben ldres.ed to L. I), mink, llnx e,
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ea-lly managed that we guarantee tnem to give
A no nrtloln In tliA hnn.ol.nl.t I... a ...a.tn- I-.
fiiience in promoting the health, oomfort and hap
piness of the family circle than tho cooking
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nil uvri, mm 111 piiviiiiriiiR
You can rely on gelling tho most successful, pop
ular nnii perfect coonlng stove ever made for
intl At,, filuflt S .llrnnf linvln.- lltl-v 'r.n.l.. nn.l
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CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. n.SAFFOHD, President;
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President ;
Vf. IIYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer-!
P. V, Rarclat, ClIAS. GAllOlltX,
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R. M. Cl'MMNUHAM, W. P. Hallidav,
J. M. PittLLirs.
lcpoilts of nny Amount Reeel ved front
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Oer 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is raided imme
dlately to the principal of tlio deposits, thereby
glviug them compound Interest.
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SO THAT NO 0.SK I LSI CAN DSAW IT,
Open every business dnv from 9 a.m. to 3 n.m.
and bnturday evening lor SAVING DEPOSIT
only, from 6 to b o'clock.
aujutr w . iirriLOi', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HAI.Ll DAY. President
A. 11. HAFFOItt), Ca.hler;
WAI.TEh II YHLOP. Assistant Ca.hler.
STAATSTAW.Ott, KOSIKT II. Ct'NMNUIIAH,
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A Rtpreteniatite and Champion of Ameri
An IlluttraUd Monthly Journal claimed t
he the handtomtst Paper in the
Ar r7iNVmJi,L0i;.,0.,h. ,,,, "OtWrnen of VIIB
on worthy of admiration tor beauty, sa lt naa
Iways been for nsefulneM,"-ffmry tf 'ttri B,cha
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ulanty, has none of the temporary or timslv inter
est chsrnolcrlstlo of ordinary psrlodicals, it Is
an nlegant miscellaney of pure, Hint, and (ractv
Itil literature, and a collection of pictures, tha
rarest specimens ol artlstlo sk'll, in black sod
white. Although each succeeding number sflords
a fre.h pleasure to its friends, tha real value and
beauty of THE ALDINE will be most appreciates)
niter it has been bound at the close of tha year
Whilo other publications may claim superisr
cheapness as compared with rivals of of a similar
clas., THE ALDINE is ntinlqiioaJd original con
coption alone and unapproached absolutely
wilhout competition tn price or character- the
possessor 01 tha volume Just completed cannot
duplicate the quantity of flno paper and engray.
Ings in any other shnpo or number of volumes
for ten times Its cost.
The labor of getting THE ALDINE ready sn ths
press Is so great that reprinting is out of the ques
tion, with tho etcet uon of a small number
specially reserved lor binding, the edltlonn ef
1671, Is already rxnaitslcd, and it Is now s scan
as well al valuable hook,
NEW FEATURKS FOR 1872.
The enthusla.tio support so resdlly accorded
In tr.eir entemrise. wherever It has been IntrS.
diieed, has convinced the publishers of TetK
ALDINE of the soundness of their theory that
ine American putino wouia recognise ana neerwy
support any sincere ellurt to e.'evate the tone and
standard of illustrated publications. That se
manv Meaklv wicked sheets exist and thrive is
not evidence that (hero I no market lor anylnlag
better indeed the success of THE ALDLNKfrosa
the start is direct proof of the contrary. Witn s
poptilatlou so vat, and of such varied taste, a
publisher can choose his patrons, and his paper Is
rather Indicative of htf own than of ihe taste ef
the country. As n guarantee of the excellence st
this department, the publishers would beg ta on-
nounce uuring ine coining year, specimens iium
tho lotion mg eminent Ameiiean aitlsts I
W. T. Ricusan., (isastilic Ptaitss,
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Wm. IIearh, Victor Nsntio,
UtoauctjMiLxr, W. H.Wilcox,
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regard to expenso by the very best engravera in
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comparison with the best torolgn work. It being
the determination of tho publishers that THK
Al.IUNll shU Us ii successful vindication ot
American taste In competition with any existing
publication in the u orhl.
Where so much attention Is paid to illustration
and get tipof the work, too much dependence on
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ticipate snch misgivings, it is only necrrrary to
state, that the editorial management -cl THE
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j ne voiuuio iori7a
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engravings. Commencing with tho number for
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did volume in itself, containing fifty engravings,
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sent without extra charge to all yearly sub-
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisyillk, Cincinnati, Cui
CAOO, EW 1 ORK, HOSTON,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger trains arrive at and leave Cairo as fol
Aaaivi 3i3lla.m 3i30p.m.
Dipabt llilnp.m 2ilSp.ro,
Doth trains conncet at Centralis with train on tne
Pans, Decatur, Rloomingtcn, El Paso, La Salle,
4icuuuui, r reepuri, ituinis, uuuuque, and
all points In Illinois, Missouri,
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Iown. And with
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Cincinnati, Iiutanapolls, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg, Fort Wayne
and Chicago Railroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk, .
Albany, Doaton, Philadelphia,
Mhiffra fa Is. Krtti. Ilnrt.ln.
Now York, I'ittaburg, llaltlmore.
AND ALL TOINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS.
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
Ou nnd after Monday, April 21th, 1871, trams wil
ruu 119 IUU0W9I
tsaiss ooiko socthkast.
Leave Virginia Citoa.m 12.35 p.m.
cpringiieiu u.-u -- ,.., a:uo '
" Taylorvllle 10:62 " 4:2d
Arrive at Pans 11:10 m. ... 3:17 "
TSAII.S OOINO NOSTUWUT.
Leave Pana .,.4:oda,m .3:15 p. ra
" Tailorvllle t:i 4:2a
Arrive at Springrleld.C;lS 11 ........S;00
Leave .Spswgfleld (i:23 fl;10
Arrlveat Virginia 8;24 ...,Mt 4
TasiNs ooi.id setmiiAST.
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" Flora H:2J " 11:40
Arrive, at Shawneetown3:3.ip.m Mi p.m
tsaiss aoisd NoaTuwxar.
Leave Shawneeto n 1:43 a.m .... .8. 20p.su
" Flora 2.S3 ' T:OU
Arrive ut F.dgewood 4:90 10
Tiieoi.iu a.m. irain iroin r.ugcwoou, runa only
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 6:43 a.m.
....... -- - " J l .NWf.
days and buturdays.
uonnecta at abiiihuu wiiu uaeKsonvuie u;yislon
nf Chicago and Alton Rtilroadi for Jacksonville,
reiersinirg, om.iyiusn uoiuia west. i
At HprliiKtleld, with Chicago and Alton, anil
Toledo. Wabash nnd Western Railroad, lor
iiioatiiiugioii, .iuengu,Huu an points nortn,uortu.
west iinn weal.
At Pana with Ind. and St. Louis, and Illinois
Central Railroad for all points east, south sad
At ttlgewood with Chlcsgo Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Itnlroad.
AtShswncetown, with steamboats for t'loclu
tl, P.Mlucah, Cairo and St. Louis.
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