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I IM- (WHO DAILY 1JU1.LL:TIa( V, KDiNEUA Y, MARCH G, L872.
.ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
U. KKXKORD Proprietor
fOSSSt o'o coin t.,
71 0,i? Hftt'Chit IToute in the City
er II.ifieeonsejeA to n ftm the Dpo
DISSOH'TION 01? COl'AItTXKII.
VOTICR Isherebv clvn lha' H-e pir'nrhn
i lirrrtutoru ckl-lltin belwe-n n iiillieli M
..i.n- rrnr,l on lit tit tVntral II Ul.o, l
fin. .1 r .li...lti-l t.t in mill em-i-it, .mil wl I
liersaflir 1- earrled mi i.i M.rt l nv, vri.i.
-lines nil llio ,llil due. n I mil il. e " 111
nwIrK in nti .irlnih 1
listed Caiio, (II, l-V . .i
M CH.VUli Hi IK,
JOHN II III1KHI.V, Kdliut mi.iI I'iI.I:.,,. r.
"W bus esday Morsino, .March C, 1872
7 ciwml fojitro! AlcJranJtrnmnlii an,' fA rtty o;
Ouro; thtontutrtorninedmtui'iSoutlirm lUlnoilt
atrt.lr.mrnU imrnnl! rmnll. but ttailtltl Out-
ijwiUit on olf tubjntt o) tntertit to Hit. jmiWi;
rila(irfoiid((iCTTri(i elrro&jtioii, IA Ilullt
tin solintt the patrvnooe of OiMlijtnl rentier! ami
mnttmrtsintt hantttAi men.
Tisms or tbk luttT Bmrtiai
)ir week, by ciuilpr,
Uneyearby carrier, In adranee -
in -ninth bjr i.mll, -
a x months .
u.l 1 VfT, ..-
. 4 2)
TUB DOLLAR WEKKLT nULLnTl.V.
- John If. Otwrlr A Co. nare re duced the sub
e rli'iion price nf th Weekly Cairo Uulletln tu
Cm PStar per antuni. making 't the cheapest pa
periiubll'liM in Southern Illinois.
Mrs. Cady Stanton lectured in
Evansville last night, on ''Murriago and
Divorce." Mrs. Stanton has imbibed
many of the Woorthiill ideas on those
'I'm: Carijondalk ' New Era, ' a
Grant-radical paper, commenting ou
the various presidential tickets now in
the field, hays of the temperance ticket :
"It is not worth n passing notice ;
the convention which nominated it was
not even respectable in point of
numbers, and the entire movement is
the offspring ol u few zealous but intol
erant reformer." How do the temper-.
ance men like this disparagement of
their action ?
Tnr. nEt'UBMCAN's of Covington,
Ky., held a mass convention on Friday
to nominate delegates to the state coir
vention which nominates delegates to
the national convention, (iratittind anti
Grant were discust-ed in a lively man
ner, and there being a many in the
convention opposed to f ! rant as in fa
vor of him, no definite action was tak
en. This is bad, when tho republicans
who are fellow-townsmen of the father
of the president exhibit not only indif
ference but strong opposition to him
Tin: jioumon haixts are about to
engage in a littlo piece of t-trutegy bv
which they hope to gain admission into
the liniou as n state. With all their
wives and numerous children, they can
not, 011 n Kjuare count, foot up the
population of the territory to more
than one hundred tlioii'aiul. lint by
taking a census of the territory by
cotintie.- and adding here a little and
there a little, they hope to swell the
aggregate to nune thirty thousand
more. The Gcutiles do not favor thW
maneuver on the part of the haints,
-. . .. -
Tin: 'Daily New,' an evening news
paper, has just started on its journal!
tic Hie 111 raducali. 0 are 111 receipt
of the first and cecond issues. The
'News' enters on its career with 1
wprightly grace. The proprietors an
nounco their intention of taking off
their coats, rolling up their ideovos and
working to tsustain their undertaking
This bciug tho can1, wo have no doubt
that tho futuro will prove to thorn that
there is no royal road lo piicccss. The
'News' is an evening paper, independ
ent in polities and is in no f-enso a
rival of tho 'Kcntuckian.
Indiana has just entered on its
gubernatorial canvas'. The radical
candidate for gubernatorial honors is a
tnfiti 1. tlw. mini,, i.f 1)
....... ,.j . iiiuwiic. lirowno
wants to be governor. Browne liab
been in thu habit of taking a little
and sometimes more tha:i u little
wine for his stomach's sake. So much
docs Urjwnu wish to be governor that
he has promised his radical brethren
t'lat if they will vote for him ho will
never drink more, and the terms in
which he has taken this plcdgon e ns
If eating meat in tho pat has oll'enilud
my Irothtr, I will cat no mire meat while
How accommodating Hrowue is, mid
how warmly affectionate ! Ho is will
ing to promiso to deprive himself of his
daily drinks which lie denominates his
"meat," and which is no doubt meat
and drink to him, if the pcoplo will
make him governor. Thin is very
commendable 111 Hrowno and he de
serves to be patted ou tho back for it;
but tipplers who reform, or pronibr to
rjforin merely for the pake of office,
gjnerally fall from grace when the ne
CDSsity for reform is pas-cd. The peo
pie of Indiint had bctUr vote for a
n bor, lioueBt democrat, wIiobo record
necessitates no temperance or other
The 'American 0,ll 1Mi..w fur MhivI'
it on our table. Wo heartily cominovl ll
to the attention of our render. In It In-
terettlng and lnstructlvo contents wo no-1
tlco many valuablo nrtlclos ; mining tticm
ToniMO nnd Pcplnn, mtor.v wllli moM'!
Tho Odd Fitllow'.Onnt, nn iiniiuliig Bit ven
ture J l!liirMiun of .March, Homo of
Lord Kalrfiix, F.ililnjj In winter, the
Heathen Clilm-f, ho J Tcnyon' new bouse;
An OJd Fflluw at the- blrth-plaeo of
Shaktpcure ; good of the order 5 ciontlfle
nnJ curlou fuels ; humom of the ''ny ; (Md
Fellow ccm; agricultural department ;
rondliig especially for the dutiglitiw "f
Kobukiili andtbo Frntornltyj dcpartnu-nw
fur tho foinll v circle : extensive corri'spon
dunce, etc. Kach sulierll)er fur 1872 re-
cijlve h bcniitlfill premium pleture, eiititl
cd "Tho Veiling Dicthren." S2 10 1
veiir. AildrcM A. O. F. Assoclitllmi, No.
!i'l Nn".im street, New York.
The Heritld of Health fur Mur.-li i"
with a pnper written bv Adili-nii fur the
oeetnttir In thu venr 1711. mi ' Kercls!
11ml Iteeini"!!, '' and contnln he'liles
vnlui.blo nrtielu on " Irnportiinl Aids to
the Art of Life;" " "Wearing and Leav
ing off of Flannels j " Editor' "Studies in
Hvdone; " and " Lessons for thn Child
rnn." " Honlth Habits of Our Public
Men, " and a very great variety of excel
lent articles. Every parent who woulJ
rear healthy and beautiful children, and
preervo them from early decay, nhould
havo thl Journal. TheScionllile 1 Ameri
can 'says: " It contains moro sonslble
nrtlcles thnn any mngazlno that comes to
our sanctum.'' It teaches the sick now to
ncqulro health, symmetry, and vigor, and
tho well bow to llvo long and well.
Price, 51.25 11 year; 12 cents a number.
Wood it Holbrook, 15 Lalght street,
(Julncy has a steam laundry.
Decatur, says the 'Magnet,' has a pop
ulation of 11,000.
Threo of tho oldest Inhabitants of
Macoupin died recently.
Carlinville is discussing tho merits of
a cltize.is' ticket.
A Springfield boy last week ate bed
Img poisons for preserves. Ho still live'.
Chicago thinks royal vldtors not so
verv expensive after all Alexis gavo flvo
thousand dollars to the sufferers and so
did tho Japanese.
Tho brewers and liquor dealers' Mu
tual Protective association will hold its ses
sion in SpringQeld, on the 14th of March
Thomas Low, a blind man, bus
bought suit against tho town of Maroa
for $G,O0O damages, for injuries caused by
falling into an uncovered trap-door.
S. C. Poitlowait, late editor of tho
Dixon 1 Democrat, ' I lying in the Leo
county jail. Ho was sued for slander by
one Dr. Law, and his bondsmen becoming
uneasy about his appearance, gavo him
At a mooting of tho oxtcutivo eom
mltte of the Illinois l'rrs association, at
Springtleld, on Thursday latt, it was de
cided lo bold thu next meeting of tho as
sociation at Champaign. II. It. Hobart,
of tho Chicago tinning Mail, was appoint
ed to deliver tho poem on that occasloc,
and .1. H. of the Cairo Jhiltetin, to muki
the annual addres.
There was received last week at the
executive d purtmcnt, at Springlleld, from
the governor of liohemia, tho sum ufL'SM
Amstriiin llorius and 60 kreutzeri about
$81) in currency. This sum was to bo sup
plied to tno relief of the German suffurors
by tho late tirrib'o Are in Chicagw, It
was. collected frcin citizens of Cailsbad.
The governor at onco forwarded thu
amount to Henry Urcenebnum, Esq,
president of tho German Aid society ot
KCUl'LATINU Till: UtAOriCK OF SIKllR'lXK
AND Hl'ltllKKV TKAM-WAVM ON 1'UIII.IC
110 A llS AMI HTKKK1S KAII.ItOAIlS hl.'ll-
(CotrrnponileLee of the Mlooitrl Itepulilienn.)
t-miMiHiiii, III., March 2. ir,l.
The senutu ImviiiL'on yesterday adluurn
cd over until Mondiiy evcnini;, the house
had It all to itself to-day. The only mat-
lor 01 inioru l up was tlio lull ot Dr.
Koberts ol Ti ..'well, regulating the pratlco
in iiivui.-iiiu uiiu tiirLTV in nil siaiu. I
havei;iven you in pruvinus dispatches tho
chief ieatures of tins men. lire, 0110 of tlio
nrovi.ions of which, you will recollect, re
quires physicians' prescriptions to bo writ
ten in tiiu iigiin ianc.Uiigo, Dr. Itolierts
urged tho passage of tho measure with
something moro than his usual order and
ability, citing Instance' whero valuable
lives bad boen sacrlrlcd on account of tho
Inability it drug cljrks tu decipher elumsi
ly written Latin inefcrinilons. Dr. Clark
of Kane, while deploring tho great num-
oer 01 1 mu 1 nmiHkes tlial liad oceurrud.
yot wanot opinion tUattbu fuult Uy not so
tuuv. v tiiu iurviuumr lunuuQ In
nuiuu vmu m.tuiiiiviiiii tiro Nvrutun 11
wltti tho pin-handed drue. clerk win. i.u.i
noltliutiut qunlitlcatliin for the duties
which tl.ey uildurtook lo iMrform. llr.
Powell of Jtiohland hraudisla'd hisscaipul
and priK-coedtil lo dissect the measure from
huud 10 loot. Ho reuiarkod Hint ho had
not practiced medlelne for fifteen years, to
which fact, liu had mi doubt, certain mem-bi-rs
would in their maliciousness of heart,
ttribiito the prusot.t excellent health of
JioUIand county, thu recollection of hi
exploits 111 tlie Held ol till I and nowdcrj
wattla'. Lain projcriptions were a suc
cess, anu uiu meaner tlie cnirography and
tho farther ho camo Inmi gatiii"
tho right word in tlu right piiCt"
thu more popula ho became, the
moro rapidly Ids practice Incruaied, and
tho more closely ho entwined hitmcH Into
the ailo Hons of the thriving undertaker.
Tho Itichland physician addeJ that bo oi
perlonccd, at one time ot his Urunge, re
markable life, grout rulief by )( jtte n Vll.
rlatlnn '' in his practice, and It was hardly
necessary for him to suy that this wasthe
tinio when ho proclaimed to a niH'crlng
world the virtue of his celebrated "lin
inent. ' AVho had not hoard Powell'
liniment. ' "A few moro left of tho same
sort. A household word was that same
"jluiment ;" and the speaker ventured the
rather extravagant yet highly supported
"I ''"inn hal there was not u man, woman
or child In Southern Illinois but had, ai
some time, been captivated and entranctd
by tho dollclous .trains of Dr. Powell',
fvorito song, beginning
The Jay bir i tn.rned the blue bird' siiter,
Jaano, inUDo,;ho I "
Applause from the basement. Tho (lit-
tlnttuMicd ph.isieinn fnmi AUnmi i;Mur- J
riti 1 nn. 1 1 .it' 1 .ti in. HiMiruii.iii f uin S miia-
niuii told whut tlit-y l;nuw about I.ht 11
mixiielii'1, and warmly advooatedtbe mea
tu t, uf'or which It was ordered to a third
1 mentioned In mv iIkhhIkIi nt vesler-
day tho p.is:igu by thn sennto of a 'bill to
proviuo i.ir tlie construction ot tram or
wliceiways In public roads and street",
to facilitate travel and tralllo with com
The corporate authorities of anv city or
village In the stale, or the board of super
visors, or ar.v county board, are empow
ered under tlie net, when In their opinion
the public good require', to construct solid
wheel-ways or trains and lay the same In
any public street, road or alloy j said ways
to lie mndi either of iron, gravel, stono or
wood, or by the combination oflho samo
with othcrMiital.lo material, to facilitate
public tralllo with vehicles, etc. All such
wheel-ways must be so formed, shaped and
constructed ns tint to require a tliinge to
run thereon, and in nil cases the corporate
iiulhoritie shall have full control of the
Improvement a public highways. Li
cense may be granted to any person or
company to provide and operate special
carriage or ears fur iuiseiieers or freight.
on such wajs, by the payiin nt ol not lus
than 'lb per cent, upon tlio gross earnings
of tho same. Such companies may bo au
thorized to chargo for the conveyance of
pnsse.igers, in cities havlngn population
of not less than 60,000 inhabitants, flvo
cents for any distance not over threo miles,
and at the ratoofono cent per mllo or
fraction of a mile, for any distance over
four miles. All such companies shall bo
styled ' licensed passenger and freight
conipanle", " must bo organized under
the general laws of tho slate, and havo a
corporato existence not to ex
ceed twenty years. They may
ma'o all necessary connections and cross
ings of any road oVstrect, orothcr railway
line. Licensed vehicles shall havo pre
cedence in tho right of way; the refusal
of other vehicles to inovo-out of tho way
or off the track to givo way for licensed
carriages to proceed at tiiuir accustomed
peed subject their owners to a lino ol yin,
to bo recovered for tho bencllt of thu cor
poration beforo nny justice, of tho ponco.
TltAXSKKK or RAILKOADSlMlSCItll'TlONS.
The bill of Com mine of Fulton, author
izing tho transfer of donations or sub
scriptions from ono railroad corporation
10 anotnor, gavo rio to animated discuss
ion in tho houso to-day. It was finally
after being slightly amended, ordered to
00 engrossed lor a third rending. Tho
bill provides that nny municipal corpor
ation liavlnir, prior to tho 8th dav of
August, 1870, voted n donation or sub
scription, payablu in tho bonds of such
municipality, to any railroaa corporation,
it shall be lawful (where such railroad is
not constructed in or through such mun
icipality) for tho municipal authorities lo
to issue sucn bonds, or anv portion tlicre-
01, anu deliver tiiu samo to any oilier rail-
roan corpoiation, provided sucli other
riillror.il corporation shall construct a line
of road tbroueh such municipnlitv. (county
township or city), as prescribed in tho
election notice or order under which such
donatious or subscription was voted. Any
railroad corporation, to avail itself of tho
benefits of tho act, must first securo a re
lease of all claims from tho company to
whom tho subscriptions or donations were
A DREADFUL FATE.
8MAM.-TO.Y AMI ITS HOItllOltS 1'KRII.OUS
HIDE WITH A DKI.KUIUS VICTIM OK THR
A lorriblo tnlo of tho fato of a German
doctor, named Gunknll, a practicing phy
sician in Lansing, Iowa, comes tons in the
papors ol tJiat state. J'Uidinir lie, wu.
sick probably from emall-nox. and nwav
from home, he engaged a man to drive
him from McGregor to Elkader, where In
formcr'.y lived. Thoy bad not proceuded
far beforo the doctor seemed to think that
ho was being pursued. Seiz
ing tlio looso 1. a tors lying on thn
buggy box, bo lashed thu dashboard, urg
ing tho driver to 'lot tlio horses go for God's
sako; they are after me.' Opening a large
pocket-knife, ho coolly informed thu driver
that his life depended on fast driving and
silence. Thu poor driver was forced to
tho conviction that be was alone with a
maniac at dead of night. Obedlenco lo
the desperate man's command was tho
only alternative, and with ejes straight
ahead, he drove lor dear life to Hardy's
hotel ut Hull's Head six miles from .Mc
Gregor. Thu driver hero jumped out, and
ns I; id tho doctor tocomo in and have some
thing to drink. Enraged at tho delnyr
the madman throw cut tiiu robes, cushions,
etc., and then got out himself and tried lo
awaken thu landlord. The driver intent
on saving his life, hastily secured tlio
robes and cushions, nndputlng whip to ills
horses, returned to Mc (ire(;or. The doc
tor failed to arouse tho landlord, and start
ing on alone, evidently tried to foot it to
Elkader. He was next seen at National,
ten miles from Elkader, crazy w lid, but
theru was none Immune unough lo relieve
or havo him cared for. Alnno by the
road side he was seen the next, some nine
miles from Elkader, by several of its
citizen", nearly all acquainted with him.
No ono spoko lo him or offered to help
him, but all agreo that he was
crazy, and that his faco was very rod.
His friends wore notified of his condition,
but no effort was mado to relievo him. Ho
was reported nour Windsor on Wednes
day, farther west on Thursday, anil Fai-
day was found in a sink hole, nearly naked,
badly frozen, and the snow red from tho
blond from his face, that ho had scratched
and tiTrn in his deleritim. Ho was con
veyed to n etablo in Wagnor township,
Friday ovenlne;. Saturday a physician
from Elkader was procured, who found
him dying from his xposotiro and small
pox. During the night ho expired, with
none near him, alono in tho stable, nwav
from mother, brothers and friends.
THR ALMIAMA CLAIMS.
KNULANIieoNCLUIIKSlO ,,K .;;,,... ,..
New York, .March a.-Tl.u 'World's'
special from London mvii Tl,n. i. .i...
be.t reason to beliuvo that the IlrltiOi irov
eriiinent is prepared to eonsr;it t. allow
the arbitration of thu Alnlmm,, flii tin a tii
proceed, under nn agreement that in no
ovoni snail mu sum awardod lor damages
uAcecu ii curium iiiiuiitieii amount,
A TIIKSS Ol'INlO.V,
London, March n. The 'Ob.ei ver' to
day in an article on tho Alabama claim.
expresses tno opinion that, in caso Eng
land should ronounco the treaty of Wash
liigtnn, tho United Slates would tako no
i m Hied I it u action in consequence, but
would insist on tho validity of tho right
iiiwiurm ciairncu lor Ainorican seamen to
fish In Canadian watora, and on that point
would moot with no opposition from Eng-
iMi.ii, ..iiu iujuj in mo American govern
ment to Karl Granville's noto is expected
to reach Iuidon in a week from Tuesday.
of tho liritish-Americaii mixed ,.i,....u.
slon. will Icavo Now York in tho steamer
of the 30th Inst., for homo, but intonds to
return to Aiuorica in .November to com.
pleto tho work of thn commission.
(From the Jackson Whin anj Tiiluue,)
Thu Ilaptlsts at Memphis held an Im
portant meeting in that city last Monday
night, to discuss tho feasibility of ctablisli
ii g lu the Southand at Memphis u
git denominational soat of learning, to
bo styled tlm Uajitist University. To will,
l lo do. Tlie Uaptlst l a powt ruu n.
iiomlnittion in all thl com. try. and it
t'lov dotormlne to build a Unlvclty at
Memphis, or elsewhcro they will du it.
DRV UOII IS N.
71. FALL WINTER. '72
C. II A NNY.
STltl P K S,
KENTUCKY JEAN", EXTRA,
LARGE STOCK OF CAIH-STINO
III KnllreMoek Xow Cloving Out
VERY LOW FIOUKKS.
CORN EH 8tI1 ST., AND C0MMERCIAI.-AV.,
P. G-. Schuh.
cn I I s-i
I 'filler in all kindi of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Farmer's Ynrd auU HUbUssg
'"r, Wasbiugton-av.'und Twontioth-st.
0AI11O U1TV HOOK MNDEIIY
JOHN If. SIIIKRLY Co.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
All kln'ln of llimlitiit nul Hu Inn done at On
rerylowit iniitn. Having rn-nfil the irrvl.
cen ii r Mr. llueln. who Imn hail iiinT
rxperieDce In one of tictt ttlnderle.1 of Bt. Lnuis,
tu slloerlatenii tr.lt eniabloitimetit. we can con
U.leutljr prumli. our .Htronn work equil to that
01 nsy oinurrj in in" wim.
W. II. MORRIS,
n. II. CANbKK
No. Tub. aud U. H. Ccm.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
NORTH AMERICA, l'A.,
As.eK 2,783,000 U
Asset! .2,MI,Jtn 11
Assets 1,781,11 ft
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
AsseU t.SM,39 It
Atsets :0C,P17 Oi
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets ...SO.Oisl.OOO U
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
AiftU- l.WW.OnO (X
RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE
ln.eti m.UA l
SAFFORD, 5IORMS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio Ivee.
CIlj National Bank, CAIRO. ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, . Y.,
OERMANIA, K. Y.,
A aft" .
HANOVER, N. Y.
Aiieta 7!r.,SC2 O
REPUIILIC, N. Y.,
Asaeta 714,921 0
CompnalnK the Underwntera' Agency.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Aaieta S78.4CI ll
firemen's tun'd, s. r.,
Assets, 67S,WJ (K
SECURITY, X. Y. MALINE.
A'lll 1,432,(49 Ol
S TOllUS, IlnellinR.. FurBlture, Italia and Car.
eon, Injured at rate na f.iroinble a sound,
permanent security wl'l wiirrant
I rpipectliilly aak ot itie citizens of Cairo, a
aharool their patronage.
'. iv. HiraitFJi.
cius. si'iiorNMtvra. viuiiah srniex
0IIAS. SCIIOENMEYEU k CO
All order promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF WASIII.NOTON AV
KNUE AND TENTH ST.,
I'. O. Drawer 12ai. ant,lfi
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
I i m itoptcfii the
I'OPULAK MF.AT MAHIiF.T,
BILLIAKD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATEN, I'roprlelor.
108 Commercial ATenue, CAIRO, ILLIN9I8J
Hest brand of C.hfornirciuarpjuat reclrad,
niLLIARD aaloon furntahed ith 11- iv...
u rott rutT
AT llAKCLAYs' IltlUCI 8T01IK.
Fir.it .Hi rri.r, Iiaii.t,
MOCKING MM' FOOD
ALL KFADT fO I'll WltllOI'T iH'llkl.
GRAPE ( CATAWRA
AMD til or
HF.LHnoii ll'N HK11IVINKN
FRKSH TROU F1HST HANDS,
Alwajs la .lock In large .upplj-, and fur sU bj
J U T RECEIVED
orHnleujr IlieUlna Rolllr orlloii
I9"Extra Fine Cologne;
tgyGENUiKE Imported Extracts;
&Hair, Tooth and Kail Urusues
tSTlNDIA KURUER NURIERY GOO.'
PUKE WHITE LEAD
PUKE FRENCH ZINC.
Beat grade In argo atock and T
rlety, tery cheap;
Full Line of Colors,
tisr and in oil;
Taint Ilrutlie., Ltoteed Oil,
WhitewasLP a.hla Turptntlne,
Varaiahss Etc. etc.,
ALL KIXDS D STAXDtaD dVALinrs
PARKER k ULAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putty, He mine, anaolltir,
"WXDCT3D O "W QLA33.
And the celebrated illuminating
nrtosfi' building, con. 11tii-bt. a com
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
A Prlrate Counaeloi
to the Married or
thoe alxiulto nurry
myiteri-tind revelations of tho aezual ajstem
un ine pnyaioiuuif a-
witn the latet(ilorerien In nroduc nit and lire
WtitiK'iI'-iirlniP, iire.ervinit taeeemnlexion.c,
r..i 11 111I1 earni work nf two hundred and
i iiij; ur pajje., hiiii nunieroua enararinxi,
iti eoiiliilns vh tiint.lo infnnnatlon for those wbc
are married oremiteinplate marriage; atlllittia
wkik i.iHiouitniio uo unner iock anu aey, ana not
111.. i-areii.iMjrnuoiiiiiH iiuuae.
Bent to any one (free of pnatane) forW) cent
Auureaa nr. nutia- xiist
DIspen.Ary, No, 12,
KiKlill) street, Ht. Louis
rsoilrei to the, Afflicted anil Unfortunate
tichre applying to the noiorioua (uacka who
adverllne lu luepubllo papers or lining any Quack
remedlea, peruso Dr. llutta' work', no mailer
what your utseaxo is or now uepioruiilo your coo.
Dr. Uutts can be con.ulted, personally or at
mall. 011 thedinae.ea mentioned in hi a worlra.
otllce, No. 12 N. Klahth street, lift. Market and
Chestunt Hi Louis Jlo.
FUIIH AMI IllDFJi.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOI,, FEATHF.ItN, ETC.,
H. M. nULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTIOIN
MI OH A.lT'r .
And Deulor Foreign Fruits ond Nut
No. 134 Comsaercial-avo.f
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLWAY, Pre.Uen
HKMtr 1 IIAM.IHAV, We Tr al
A. 11. HAFKOKl), Ca.bleri
WAI.TKK HVfl.OI', AMlxUnt Cuhirr.
Minn Taiuh. koseit II. Cc.iMKOBia,
llriav I.. Ilii.iiu.r, w. I'. Hallidat,
liru. 1). U'illiamiiun, fittrnrx It mo
a. it, tiArronn,
Ksrlinnar, S'oln Mill I'lillrd NlKlcti
Muii't llotlglil nnil Nwlrt.
DRPOHITU rrcelseil, and a gDerl baoklox
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL IlUItU, Prraldeit:
110HERT W. MILLER. Vlos-Prt.W.nl
O. N.UlinUEH, Cashlsr.
COLLECTIONS PROM1TLY MADE
I."XCIIANflE, coin, bank Botes a
!i Htatea aeeurltles boufht and sold.
Inlcml Allowed oa Time Dpalta.
:ttitrUri Morels SI, IMS.
CITY NATIONAL .BANK, CAIKO
A. B. 9S.KHORD, President;
M. S. TAYLOR, Vlce-Presideot;
W. 1IYHLOI', Hecrrtarr and Treasurer.
I. W. IliacLAT,
W. I'. lUmt.iT,
r. n. hrocaritTH,
R. M. CCHMKUHAM,
j. ai, rmiLirt
Depoaltaol anr Araanat ReclT)dlro(B
ira icbh rpwara
INTEREST paid on depealta at the rate ot an
percent, per annum, March I. land Beptrtn
ber 1st, Internal nol withdrawn la rdded Imrne
dlately latte principal of the depoaits, Ihtrtuy
giving them compound Intere.l.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN HAY
ao tuat no oat bus ca csaw it,
n i.t hualne.a dar from a.tn. to S cot.
and Baturday (renins: lor HAVINO I)F.F04ITa
only, from t In S o'clcx-k.
ausai n. uiai.ui , Areaaarrr.
FIRE AND MARINE
NEW ENOLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
A.'l, orer .....S,000,000
ANCIIORD FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Solicit, all kinds ot risks.
oct27tr Ant, Calm. Hlino'a,
1 - 1 :
CO A I-
CAIRO CITY COAL
(a prepared to supply customer with Iba bast
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS led at llalllday Ilros. offlc,tfO OIUO
LhVKK, or at the Coal Yard belgmthe M.
Charles Unlet, will reeelra prompt attention.
THE TUG "MONTAHK
side steamers at anv hour.
las; coal aloaa
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MEK (III A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
Ohio Wvar ssaU Utumrrlaa
70 Ohio Lsvee,