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office, BTTiiijE'riijr BiriLDiisra, cost. 12th STiMajaBT A.3sri3 WA.SHiasTCh'roijr avbtje.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
l'RKSBYTEItlAN Eighth Street.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) a.m. mid 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7i p. m.
Salifiatli School, a p.m. .1. M. Lansdon, S U
perintendent. Rev. H. Thayer, Pastor
MBTODWT.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut St
Preaching, Sabbath at 101 a.m., and 7 p. m
l'rnvcr mretlnv. Wndncudav. 74 D.tn.
Sabbath School, .1. p.m. I.. W. Stlllwell,
nupcnnienuem. ncv. r. u. inirgv.i
CHURCH OF THE ltEI)EEMER-(Eplco-pal.)
Morning prayer. Sabbath 101
Evening prayer, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, I) a.m.
Ukv. E. Coan, Rector.
6T. PATRICK'S CHURCH Ninth St. and
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
Vepcn, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Service every lav, H a.m.
ItKV. 1. .). O'llALLOHAN, l'ricnt.
trcct between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School ut '1 o'clock p.m. II. C.
ItKV. Koii't. IlKl.nir,, Pa'tor
VOUNU -MEN'S CHK1STIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room ocr Rockwell
4 Co' book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
I.. W. fjTlLI.WELL, President.
FR1CAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar.
crvlces, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
bbatli School, 1) p.m.
inert at 3 p.m.
rCtO.VD KKEE WILL HAPTLST'-Flf.
mciith Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 1J and 3 p. in.
ItKV. S. ItlCKH, Pastor.
FREE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SABBATH SCHOOL. Corner WaUmt
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School. (I a.m.
r 1IMT FREE WII.I. BAPTIST CHUKCII
n-n fees, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. &7$p.m.
Rev. Wm. Kr.iJ.KV, Puitor.
FIRST MISSIONABV BAITIST CHUKCII.
-Cedar, between 'U)th and Tenth St-
Prcachlnjr Sabbath, 101 a,m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath bchool, 1 p.m. .lohn A anBaxter
mid Mary Stephens. Superintendent.
ItKV. T. .1. Shored, Pa'tor.
5KCOND BAPTIST CHURCH-Fourtcenth
Street, betweeu Cedar and Walnut. The
only BaptUt cJmrch recognized by the Ai-
Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.ui.
Hev. Jacob Mudlkv, Elder.
TUB PKAUDS IN PHILADELPHIA.
THE WAV OKANT'SIIIIKKLINOS
AIUO COMMANDEBY, No. lS.-stiited
An-cmbly at the Aylura Masonic Hall, flrt
and third Saturdays In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 24.-Regular Convo
cation at Mavmle Hall, the eccond I rlday
In tach month. .....
CAino CHAPTER No. 71.-Regular Con
vocation t Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month,
CAIRO LODGE, So. 237 F.& A. M.-Regu-lar
Communication at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 229-Meeta In Odd
Fellow' Hall, lu Arter' building, every
Thursday evening at fl o'clock.
Oovernor Johu 51. Palmer ;
Lleutcnant-Onvcrnor-Iohn Dougherty ;
SecreUry or SUU Eduiund ltummcl ;
Auditor of SUtc-C'. K. Llpplncott :
State Treasurer E. N. Bates ;
SupL Public Intnictlon-Newton Batcman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and .John A.
"representative for the State-at-Largc-;.
Representative Thirteenth District .lohn
MEMDER3 GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senator, First District T. A. E. Holcomb,
if Union, and S. K. Gibson, of Gallatin.
Representative, Find District-H. W atson
Judge D. J. Baker, or Alexander.
Protecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Shcrlir-A. H. Irvln.
Wmi Martin -Visessor and Treasurer.
.ludec F. Bros.
Associates J. E. McCrlto and S. MarcuU
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coronor John II. Gossnian.
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
Treasurer J. B. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Popu.
Police Magbitrates Y. Bross and B. than
ncny. Chief or Police L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
Firit Ward-P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward-C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward .Ino. Wood.
Fourth Ward 9. Staatit Taylor.
Clty.at-larj;c W. P. Halllday and D.
nOAHI) OF AI.DEUJIK.V.
First Ward lames ltcarden, A. B. Saf
lord, Iaac Waldcr.
Second Ward-It. II. Cunningham, L. Wil
der. Q. Stancel, Jamo Swayue.
Hilrd Ward-Wm. Stratton. J. B. Phllllf.
Fourth Ward-Jno. H. Uobinson, G. U.
Seae. J. II. Metcalf.
DR. B. 0. TABEK,
Will resume the practice of his profession
with especial rcferenco to tho clcctrica
treatment ot diseases In all tho now and im
proved methods of application.
In all cascH or icmalo complaints a lady
-will be in attendance.
Ofllce, 123 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM 11. HiUiTH, M. D.
fJESIDENCB No. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
XV tweea WHeliiogion avenue ami Walnut atreet.
OlBce lilt OomniBfi 1 il arenus, up stair.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SKSIDEKCE-cornrrNinth and Walnut at,
Oftce comer hixth street and Ohio levee,
ce hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
EUIDENOR-Corner Mnetienth etreet and
. umhiniitrin kvenuo. near court house, oi.
... r.tfAr aviap'm f.rfMfrv titore. Onlce Hours Irnm
10a. ni . to 12 m. ana -om t to p. hi.
GREEN & GILBERT,
OODNSKLORS AT LAW,
William B Qllberl, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Mile F. Gilbert, J
sjgrSpeoia. atUntion given to Admiralty and
OIIIOI IPLTM,BOOMi T AUD OTM
Philadelphia (Oct. 10) Correspondence of the
New York Tribune.
PitlLAKELi'iiiA, Oct. 10. Tho greatest
uutrago ever perpetrated upon tho ballot
box, throwing Into tho shade even tho gi
gantic frauds of which Tammany was
guilty in 1808, was completed to-dy by
Uiu so-called olllclal canvass of the return
juJgos ol Philadelphia, llartranfl's ma
jority, after having bean reported at 23,
000, and then reduced to about 17,000 in
order to mako the cheating a little less ap
parent, has been dually fixed at 20,437, to
suv0 tbo wage of tho ring, who had
nmdo bets that thu penitentiary candidatn
would run ahead of his ticket, and
that ho would have more) than 20,000 ma
jority In this city. To say that this result
has loon honestly obtained would be to in
salt the common sonso of overy one who
knows anything about Philadelphia poll
tics, arid tho worst of it all Is that respecta
ble men, solid merchants and bankors of
the Quaker City to whom tho people) look as
examples of ho'nor and integrity, not only
know how the will of tho peoplo has been
subvorted, but their sensuof political mor
ality hat been so blunted that tbey have
connived at it subscribe their money to
help accomplish it.
Nobody In this city pretends that tho
election on Tuesday was honestly or lairly
conducted, or that the ballots were rightly
counted. Tho evidence of fraud is found
in the very returns themselves. If there
was a weak man on tbo Grant-Cameron
ticket, il was ho whose narao was at its
head, while a great part of the strength of
tbo Liberal tickot was givn to It by tho
uamoof Buckalcw. I think it needs no
argument to prove that honest Democrats,
whatever they might think of the action
cf tho Baltimore convention, and however
they might intend to vote in November,
could have no motive for desert
ing Uuckalow and voting for Hartranft.
It is a suppotition that shocks the common
souse. If tho cam had been reversed and
Uuckalew's character had been proved to
be as bad as Hartranlt's; if it had been
necessary to pardon a penitentiary convict
in ordtr to get a witness to prove bis
honesty, and even if that witnen refusod
to swear to tho statement to which ho put
bis name, while his opponent had kept
himself puro through long years of public
service, ana earned tho reputation of be
ing an honest man and statesman, wo
might have expected to seo his political
friends deserting bim, and going to
the other side. But llartraoft did
not havo the entire support evn of
his own party. Three formidable organ
izations that havo heretofore acted with
the Republican party refusad to vote for
hira tho Liberal Republicans lod by Col.
McClure; the honest Grant Republicans
led by Col. Forney, and the Municipal
Reform Association. Tbeso all supported
Buckalew, and two of them exerted their
influence for the election oi Murcur to be
Supreme Court Ju4ge, and yet, in spite of
thwe facts, Hartranft is reported as run
ning ahead of the remainder of the ticket
ahead oven of Mcrcur, who has the re
spect and confidence of all honest members
of his party.
New! 1 toll you bow this was done ? Tbo
wbolo nefarious plan was spread before
the country days before tho election, and
letters from this city already printed havo
sotno of the particulars. In tho first
placo, repeating and ballot-box stulling
was never so boldly and openly carried on
before, evon in this city. Gangs of re
peaters from Nowlork and other states,
and from certain wards in this city, were
regularly organized and went from poll
to poll, voting during tho day from ten
to fifty times j they wero protected hy the
polico and United State deputy
marshals, and sometimes led by tbo former
in citizen's dress. They voted early in
morning on the names ot well-known cit
izens, who. later in tho day, wero hustled
awnv from the polls, and threatened with
arrest for repeating if they insisted on
their right to vote. I learned, to-day, of
one case in the Nineteenth ward. An old
merchant, personally known to every one
of the election officers, and a Republican,
who intended to scratch tlartru nil's namo
from bis ticket, found that his namo had
been vctcd on by a repealer ; ho insisted
on bin right to vote, and went to the city
nail to gel mo opinion oi iuu smio uis-trict-attorney
and ot one of the judges.
Armod with these, which wero
favorablo to his claims, ho re
turned to the poll, and found that durlnc
his absenco n second rcpeiuor had voted
on bis namn. Thero was not in tho wholo
city probably, a linglo precinct in which
this luiso personaiion was not carried on
to a greater or less extent, and in some
wards the fraudulent votes thus cast
amountod to thousands. Men were
bought as thoy never woro before. Thoro
are, in every party, men of easy morals
always in tbo market and for sale. Tho
JJomocratic organization in iuu campaign
now closed was less compact than it has
generally been, and thousands ol Demo
crats, seeing that thoy could hopo
ror nothing in ineir own pari,
"sold out." Cameron and company
had tho monoy, and wero ready to
pay any price. On the other band, tho
ring had somo of tho Democrats who
havo always been roost activo in elections
entirely in tlioir power. I havo been told
to-day that Jjcucn, ino cuairman oi inu
Democratic City committe, was a member
of tho whisky ring, and that tbo state
ment which Mara has mado contains seri
ous charges against him. This statement
was used to lorco mm to ino support oi
Ilantranft, tho ultornativo balng a prose
cution In which ho would not have United
S'atcs District Attornoy Swope to de
fend him. Other leading uomocrats,
also implicated, wore ordored to
11 keep quiet, " and their lieutenants
hnni'ht over to tho support of the rine.
Grant men implicated by this samo state
ment or Matu wero proiecieu ov wio
ilnli.d Statos Government throucn its
representative, Swopo, who defends Mara
in return for tbo affidavit. Thus Grant's
.(ministration takes a criminal and ex-
tnri. fmm htm a statement imnlicatinc
leadlm members of both parllos. For
that papor tho Unltod States district at
tornev comes from Plttsburc to Philadol
phia to defend the criminal, hold it in
ttrrorem over the heads of the Domocrnts
whoso names aro on it. threat
onlnc prosecution if they
dare to oppose tho ring, and
threatens Mara with tho penitentiary ii
he allows a word about the Grant Repub
licans who aided and abettod hlm in crime,
and who were candidates for ofllce. to es-
eaco bis lips. A more shameful history
wai never written. Finally, there was
false counting sucn as wm- never Known
berort). i n evidence or wis is also patent
Thrco teperift Joritles wore returned
afteriho votes bad boon counted, tho ring
bclnsf Unable to determine at what figure
to place it. What is to be done about it 7
That question can only bo answered after
the smoke ot the battle ha more nearly
LAUOIITKR tKNDS A NEW C1IABM
To beauty, whon it discloses a pretty set
of teeth. Whiteness, when nature bat
supplied this olomont of loveliness, may
lo retained through life, by using tho
fragrant Sozodont. 10-16-dlw.
A okm. Tho Evening Star is the most
beautiful sheet-iron cylinder wood stove
made. It Is durable, economical, and the
poor man's friend. Everybody should
have ono of theso excellent stoves.
' Imfkoveuknt in Caiiinet Oroanb.
Mr. George W. Scrlbner ha recently in
vented an Improvement in Reed Instru
ments, called "Scrlbner's Qualifying
Tube," which, from its simplicity and
efficacy far surpasses anything yet pro
duced. "Theso tubes when added to an ordin
ary sized instrument so increase tbo vol
umo of sound, giving at the samo time a
soft and flute-like tono to tho notes, as to
rrmkelt approach to a moderate sized pipe
"Wo have seen it tested, and wo have
no hesitation in saying that lovers of
music have only to hear for themselves to
bo convinced ot tbo value of this inven
tion." From tbo Montreal Daily News.
In every quarter or the oloiie
where it is known, and there aro few in
deed whero it is riot, the Mexican Mustang
Liniment takes precedence of all similar
preparations. Its transcondant merits
have obtained for It a popularity seldom
reached by any proprietary medicine. In
its infancy the fiat of its success was pro
nounced in the wide-spread endorsement
which il received from physicians, veter
inary surgeons, horsomen and the public
generally. No ono now thinks of ques
tioning its claim to bo considered the
standard liniment of America.
AWARD OK I'REMINMS 01' TUE LOWELL
DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL HoCIETY, HELD
IN LOWELL, THE 17th, 18lh, AND l'Jtb, OF
OCTOBER, 1871 REPORT Or COMMIT TEH
"Class XX. Musical Instruments.
Etc. Simi:.ons. Clough & Co. Cabinet
Organ, entered by Geo. Crum, Lowell, was
awarded the First Premium for its extra
ordinary clearness and purity of tone.
"Kstey Organ, entered by Tbeo. Nelson,
second premium. This Estey Organ is
nearly equal to the Simmons, Clough & Co.
Cabinet Organ, in regard to its clearness
and purity of tone.
"Simmons, Clough & Co. Melodeon, en
tered by Geo. Krum, Lowell, First Pro
mium. Lowell Journal.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign FruiU &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
And Deiier In
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EOGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
J3T All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at the lowest prices.
Corner 9th St. andCommerclalAve.
THE NEW SYSTEM.
OROCERIKS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
l'KICES FOR CASH.
AT U. C. TMELEUKE'S STORE.
VfABUINOTON AVENUE, BETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
60 lbs. dry Cuba Sugar for - - - f 5 0
9 " " ... 1 ou
til IDs. a coneo augar, n. 1 . Bid. l o
4 " Prime Rio Coffee for - - 1 00
3J " Choice " 11 - - 1 0C
3 11 Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas and otlior staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Uoods now and lull weigm given, can
Successor to B.S, Harrell.
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's Block 10th street bet. Commer
cial and Washington Avenues.
For Snlo at Wholosalo a Retail
OOItNEn 32D-6THEET AND OHIO LKVE1
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
r, isi HEXrORD Prprie("
Cor. Ohio Luvee & Second St.
arBatntMre conveyed to and from De
Our Homo Advertisers.
OOHHIfMKSI AMIS restWAKniNU.
our u o o i si.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Ageot of
1110 RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkr,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
110. 71 OHIO LEVEE, UNDER CITY NATION
3TFor the purpoo of building up a
wholesale trade In Cairo, I will tell to deal
eni and contractor in lot of fiO barrel and
upward, at manufacturing price, adding
Cairo, August 13, 1872.
YV. M. WILLIAMS, JAS. KLNSLEY,
Late of Vicktburj;, Jfi. Late ot Cin'tl, J
W. 31. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
M, OHIO LEVEE,
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, fXTRA,
LARUE STOCK OF CARK'.TING
U ATT! NO,
Ula Ktsttre Ntoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TH ST. AND COMMERCIAL-AV.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Hlnrlrcalb atrMtassd Com
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(MuccrMor to K. b. Utulric A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o enrjr description,
lath, shingles, cedar postb
doors, sash, blinds
Furnished on taortet notice.
Commercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-ats.,
Liberal AdTancemenl mvie
Are prepared to receiTe, tor and forward
freight to all point and bay and
ell on commission,
vnualne attended to promptly;
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
.Successor to John II. Hillln.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. am OHIO LEVK
E. I). MATUU8S..
X. O .UUL
MATHUSS & UHL,
Com mi s s ion Merc hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
HO. 64 OniO I.EVKR.
R. A. Cunmnuiiam. Felix Ckosh.
CUNNINGHAM & CROSS,
(iuecmors to l.onergan A Cuuuliighaui,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN
AND MILL FEED.
BTRATTON & BIRD,
(Buccessors toBtratton, Hudson Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TENTH STREET,
Doom. Haati. Bllada. Mouldlava,
Eave UBttcrs, (wood) Window asad Doo r
rrasaea, Floortas;, Lam,
BIsiBBlMS. Olaaed Naah, Olaaed Hide
UBhta. Olaaed Traaaonsa,
aab Welchta, Baals Pulllea and Cerda
Blind raatesslaca, Rooflns;
rlt, KooBnir Cessans, Plaaterlas
Paper, tjarpet felt. White
Lead, Ltaaod Oil, Aiuerlr.au Window
OlasMS, Ensillata aadVreaen
Plate Olaaa, Pntljr, Glaaler'a PoinU
Hewer Plpea Patent L'talmneyaj
Etc., Et.. KU.
AOENT8 lor Kock HItpi Paper Company'
Bnvathinit Felt nd Quart C in out
tl. W John' tisproTvl KooflnK always on
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having tho nolo right In this city to uso the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Klin extant, wo aro espe
cially prepared to furnish at all times, on
tho shortest uotlco,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention Is called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any part of the city
Orders received at the ofllce or
8 AFFORD, MORKIS CANDEE,
at that of the company, LL2U
traat and Ohio lave aufSW.
It will pay to sin to at. 1-ouW for
ii r y tioona.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Hlleatae HhortesX KsaM
121 N. FoL'itTii Street,
H. D. MANN & CO., !
Elsrhtr Mile the Shortest. Boato
HT, I.OI IH, MINHUVHI, ,
We call attviitlon t the hargalm v now . TO ST' XjOTXXS
oiler to all In want of --- - ' w
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES ,
Muck Alpacas M cenU; lut what other
lmtueo ask T.'i ccnti for, nil Itlnck flooiMn
WniiiMitta 1-1 llliached Cotton, 17 cent.
IlilN 4-1 a ii ,.
Krult of the Loom 1-1 13
And all other COTTON'S in ..mic pronor.
llcaiitlfiil All Wool I'lalds 50 cent'.
All Wool Eiimrc. floth. .'fl cent; nil colon.
Hue Ireiieli .Mi-rlnn., .00; cannot he
imufciii I'i'uniicrc lor ies man pi.si ami
Pure Linen Ilrin Mltchcd HaiMlerchle',
Al Vl .mil At n.i ...... .iA ..... 1
Napkins all Linen, $I..V) per dozen, and all
lirlKna IMI tf t-lll tin .In..,..
TabU' lJiiun, HaiinfN. CVMmcros. Tor
Mnh nml llivu tfnnr llr..L.H.. t r
timlilnrlot ttliiifl klntH lit.. I.i.-.
and Laillo underwear, at nil price to ror-
.,.n...l 1.11. ,1 1.. . . .
to lmlld up a lariro lni.ne. l,y dealing hon
orably with all, i-cllliis? pootf (fooiN at low
iiiti-. r HKcy mi nuciiuu coou or irali
of any kind, and any article ordered from in
notprotin' satNf.ietory can be returned at
our expense and the inoncv will be refunded.
We have hut
for all, and imarantoo that to he a low one.
Send for cample of any cood, If not ab: to
call, and we will .end them cheerfully.
. IL JIAKN & CO..
10.lid.twlm. St. Loui, Mo.
ERSOXAUTTCKNOR & CO.. the
ceieiirnicii Liotiiicrx, announce the In
troduction of a plan or ordering cloth
IliK by litter, to which they rail your
ekiivelal attention. They will, on ap
plication, M'liu youuietr impniveil and
iniur.uu fiui'i lor ell-.lealrelllelt,
Illustrated Circular and Price I.int,
with n lull line or i-aiimle-t from their
immense etoek of Cloth', Cainicrcs,
A-c See., tlim enabling parties In any
part of the country to order clothing
direct from their holie, with the cer
tainty of reeeivlns garment.' or the
very latent style and most perfect tit
Good ordered will he cent hy ex
pros to be paid for on dellverv.'wlth
the undeMaiidliu; that If not satisfac
tory, they can be returned at Tieknor's
As I' well known throughout the
South and West, thev have for seven
teen year EXCEM.'EI) in all depart
ments of their buinc', which I' a
irtiarnutce u to the character ol the
(roods they feud out.
Your order are solicited and when
In St. LoilU, you are invited to call at
the ex cn-lvo establishment of Tick
nor & Co., manufacturers and retailers
of men and bovs Clothing and Furnish
ing Good.', ml and (W North Fourth
street. St. I.oills. Mo. Bovs clothing a
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
A perfectly clear preparation In one bot
tle, a easily applied as water, for restoring
to gray hair it natural color and youthrul
appearance, to eradicate and prevent dand
ruff, to promote the growth ot the hair and
stop Its tailing out. It is entirely harmle!t,uiid
perfectly Irce from any poisonous substance
and will, therefore, takikthe placo of all the
dirtr and unpleasant preparations now In
use. Numerous testimonials have been sent
us from inauv or our most prominent citi
zens. In everything in which the articles
now in uso are objectionable, CKYSTA1.
D1SCOVEUY, Is perfect. It Is warranted
ty contain neither Sugar of Lead Sulphur or
mi nil u oi silver, u noes iuu sou uie cioiues
or scalp, Is agreeably perfumed, and makes
one of tho best dressing for the Hair In use.
It restores the color of the Hair "moro per
fect and uniformly than any other prepara
tion." and alwuvs does so in from three to
ten days. Irtuallv (ceding the roots with tho
nourishing qualities neees'arv to Its growth
and healthy condition; it r'estors the de
cayed and Induces a new growth of the
Hair moro positively than anything else.
The application of this Wonderful discov
ery ulso produces a pleasant and cooling
etlect on the scalp and gives the Hair a
pleasing and elegant appearance.
Call at your druggist for It and take no
other. It he has not got it let him order It
Price ?l per bottle.
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington 1,C,
JOHNSTON", IIOLLOWAY ,t CO.,
General Agents, Philadelphia,
JNO. F. HEN'KY and F. C. WELLS.U'O.,
New York, and to bo had ot Wholesale
druggists, everywhere. U-'JOtf
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
Ifo, take our Allcenl purchsan your ticket,
nrtr tit old reliable and popular lliuoi'ii
nrio lUuao.p, which I po.ltltoiy the only line
running three daily express traiii from Ht. Louis
to Kanaft City and the west I aud la poaitlvely
the only line which ruu I'ullmtn palae lerpr
nnd fine day coarher, especially for mover,
KOUlnwd with Miller's faleiv i.latform. and thu
patent steam brake. From Ut. Loui to Kansas
City, Ft. ?cott, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Aiohl
on, St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Iilulli
qi Omaha without change I For information in
regaru to lime taoies, rates. ic to any point In
Missouri, Nebraska, Kausae, Colorado, Texa,and
Calinrnia, call iiputi or addresa 8. ll.Thomi'sco,
Ageot, Miuourl Pacific H. K. Columbu. Uh'o i oi
II, A. Ford, General passenger Agent, Ht. Louis,
No trouble to anawer correspondence. !
Tub Masteh Spibitsofthe Would,
The Tbeasube IIocsb of America.
TUB ORKAT HOOK OF TH TSAR.
Agents report sale of 25 to 100 copies
In a few hours or days. Froshctvs Fku.
AddrMt J. W.GOODSPBBD,
New York, Cblewo Claclnnitl, St. Leulf
NO CHANGE OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i.. Ilanapolli, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Niagsn Pall.
Huflalo, Pittbut. WuhlnitoB.
lUltioiore.- , Fblladelphto, Maw lark.
r BoaioaVSM all polaU amat.
itllwauklv, Janeatllle. Madlto.
LaCrosee, 81. Paul and all points north.
1 his I also the only direct rout to
Iiecalur, Illoomlngton, MpriDgetd,
I'.orla, (Julncy, Kenkuk,
BurbnKtin, Knck IsUnd, La Salle,
Mendota, Ulton. Freeport,
(lalena, Dubuque, fioui city,
Omaha and all point northwtit.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleopine C"
On all Night Trains.
Bgage Checkel to all Important point.
For tickets and Information, apply to I. C. R.U
depot st airo; on board tne transit ateamsr be
tweeu Columhv and Cairo, and at tne pnnclpa
railroa I ticket office throughout the louth.
W. P. JOHNSON. Oen'l fa. Ag't, ChicafO-
A. MircniLL, Gen'l Mup't. Chicgo.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1912
trains will run as follows:
TSilM 0010 SOCIBtaST.
Leave Vlrtlnla 8.40 a. m l:Up.m.
' Ppringfleld 9:0 ' 3:Oo
. Tavlorville. 1U6 " o. '
Arrive at Pan.- 11.46 t.l? "
rails aoixa xoatawuT.
Iave Pana 4.00 a. m 3. 54 a. tn.
' Tavlorville 4.40 " 4.8 '
Arrive at Sprmgfield...0.1 " ......-..6.00
Leave 8pr.njfiold......5 1 10 '
Arrive at Virginia S.5 " .S.1
vaaioa ooisa sacrasasT,
Leave Edgwood S.30 a. m. .......10.10 p. m
" KIor..... s.5 ll.40 "
Arrive at Shawoeet'ci .U 11 i It
10 OIALSI IN
Eioiitii Strbkt, Bxtwscn Wabbihbtoi
AND COUURRCIAL AtKXCBS,
Ailjolsllsss; Rl 'icstlsasssvt) uvd Hsmssjr'sk
Keep the best or Beet, Pork, Muttoa Veal.
Lamb, Sauage, etc., nd are prepared to ttrvt)
oitisen in the most acceptable manner.
liUTCIIKH AND DrALKR IN ALL KlHDS OF
Cornkh Ninetenth and Poplar Sts.,
liny and slaughters only the best eattlo
hogs and sheep, und Is prepared to fill any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
JULLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATEN, Psspritr.
10 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Beat brand of Callfo saCiaaralu recehvJ,
IULI.IARD saloon furnished with the Lest
of tables : and bar supplied with wine, liquor
and clear of thenest brand.
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
Corner 7th street and
PARKER & MONTAGUE
7Tlio best brands of Clears, choice
Wines, Liquor, etc., always on hand tl
CAIRO GIT Y COAL
(a prepared to aupply customer with he b
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Halllday llros. offlcs, 70
onto levee, or at the Coal Yard below the
tit. Charles Hotel, w ill receive prompt atUn
tion. Tho Tuo ''SIontauk" will bring coal
alongside to Mtramrr at any hour.
SSKAI, EMTATE AOEWC1.
0. WINSTON 4 CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second FLOOR) OHIO LRYIB,
Bur and Ssll Rial Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIBLB
Aad pveper ConvevaaoM nf Kladf!
H. T. OKKOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Fitter's aad Flam bar's mstsntl. y
pasaf . loba aad aaU Ttlvaa, atM
cooks, eheck tmvins, sis.
Tts Ess tkas
Aad MaraM. Walls Oaa Ai
ww yasy Sim ut
wivTn't RLoci, mv