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.u RAJ LHO AD TIMK TAHLE.
wiiivn AND VISCBNNK3 RAILROAD
Traint now leave Calto una Mound City '
c B:lft p.m.
Leave aiounu ,
, Woon, ami yickfiAgi
flMK TABLIC OT Til It.USOt
. 2:40 p til
,3:4fi p m
.3:lft a ni
vS'lfhineiol car Irom Cairo to l.om.
i ctaSwSt car from Cairo to Chicago.
Snt Drawln lUoni aleeptns cara on all
$Urlnt. liitgnte checkedto all impor
Cairo A St. Unit Lmea arrive and depart
Cvcj'. ui'"-; 1 .
AlliO AND VINCKNNKS RA1LHOAD
On and after Monday, February 3, 1S73,
xalUtontUeC. and V. railroad wfil run as
tare Cairo 7:4ft a. ro.
' Mound City.. S: 0 "
" Kldorado .. liMp.ra.
' Cinnl .... 301 "
Stt. Cartnel.. 4:40 "
.rive Vincfunc . 5:ld "
f:lfp. m. le.
MO " ar.
tare Vlncenn. ,
Cannl . .
"M a. m.
" Kldorado .
" Mound City.. 4:3.1 p. m.
jfcrriTeLilro S.lrt "
Connectim: at Ylnccnnc. with the Indi-nir-ollsaiid
V tnceunes.Ohloand MWllptl.
ind t'ransvllle and Crawford Ilia railroad;
tt Ml. Cartnel with ttie Loulavtlle and New
Albany air tine ; at Carnil with the St. Loul
vml Souttieutcrn ; at SnrrlaClty the s-prlnp-3cld
and Illinois Southeastern ; at Kldorado
with tbc shawneetown branch ot the St.
Xoula and Sou the a? tern ; at Cairo with the
,iloblle and Olio railroad transfer boat, and
te-itnere for Memphis, Red ltiver, Vlcka
"burg and New Orleans.
Chas. O. tV'oon, Ocn'l Ticket Ag't. 1
. J50. Lei, Ju., Sup't.
LOCAL 1VEA1IIEK KLTOUT.
U. S.Sto.Sxn..OnsE.VKR's Orricr. 1
Cairo, May lu, 1b73, Uv.ll p.m. J
Thermometer 53 degree.
Maximum temperature last 21 hours, at
i p. m., CS degrees.
Minimum tempcraturo, last 24 hours, at
6 a. re., ti degrees.
Prevailing wind last 21 hours, northeast.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
tl hours, 101.
David W. Harnktt. Oharrver.
To rent a small bouse. Address
0. K. UoniNaoit.
NOTICE TO SALOOX.KEEl'EltS.
Saloon-keepers, aud all others, arc hereby
notlllcd to sell nomurcllquortomvlm.i.j,
Vhllllp liaugh. Any person selling liquor to
b'm alter this date, will be prosecuted to
the lull extent of ('"' liquor law.
Cimo, iuy e, le73. Sauaii Uavoii.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. She has ono hundred
and flfty ultlercnt styles of hats and bonnets,
beside a large assortment ot ribbons, flow
ers and notions ot all sorts, nil ol which wll
be. sold at the lowest prices.
ICE CltEAM SALOON.
At warm weather Is approaching the,
lovers ot ice cream will be glad to learn mm
Messrs. Saup & Clarkson have tilted up and
refurnished, In elegant style, their ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda lountaln bat
also been put In running order, and nothing
la wanting about the establishment to make
the pleasure aud cotulort or their; patrons
The Cairo Casino society will give a grand
ball aud supper ut John Scheel's Washing
ton Hall, on Monday, June 2, 1873. In the
forenoon ol that day tho society will parade,
displaying for tho first time a bcautllnl new
ilk flag, it is the object ol the committee
ppointed to mike the proper arrangements
that this ball shall be ono of the grandest
Ttr given In the city. 6-7-Ct
This popular hotel hat been refitted and
Improved, and is now one or the most coml
lortable stopping j,iaccs in the olty. The
travelling public and persons desiring
pleasant quarters by the week or month.wil
alayt Had tlicm at tho Commercial hotel.
Hates or board have been reductcd as fob
lows: Day board, H M per week; transit,
1 M per day; bo.r.l ami lolentr, from 5
to 7 per week. tf
8ALJJ. f KKV1CKABLK AM) t.'NSEIt
ICEA11LE OUUNANCK STOUES.
Burkav ok Ordnance, i
Navy Department, April 20, 1S73,
There will bo sold at public auction to the
highest bidder, at 12 m., on Tuur.dsy, May
2301, 1873, at the naval station. Mouml pin-
Illinois, a quantity of cannon projectiles and
miscellaneous articles of ordnance, In part
0031 pdrl'arrott rifles. .
84 20pdrJ'arrott rifles.
I tf) pdr Dthlgren rlflle.
M 32"pdr cannon.
40 eight Inch cannons.
1 tlx inch uiorur,
A large quantitj, about 411 tons, of ten
In Mi tMnht ltn.lt .i- aa ..."
tri, Hiv minecn men mortar projectiles
wd miscellaneous ordnance ,tofv( lllclua
" lot of scrap bronze.
faS.J6" Tr,cent- covernment
farms or. the conclusion of (he sale, and lho
remainder within ten .I.. ,...,i. ? ... .
mm -riMJ'i.-. ""'Mtu, UOWt-i-r .1..,
vrvlhlivnirrl fn ..I. i UL
William N. Jirr jhib, Chief - BUtt,'
Tu above It published by order of u,
eeramandant ol station, to whom persons il
K'rln6to become purchaters and wishing to
Inspect tie articles offered lor tale should
PPly KjUNClfl T. GlLUTT,
M-dAtTtd Paymaster V. 8. Navy,
Moicov lea is wiling off at coit. 5-3 tl.
Ice cream andtoda water at Saup A Clark-ton'i.
Kiay tlioutauJ envelope-. Ju.t received at
tlic UULMtm olHcc.
Envelopes furnished and printed at the
Rumjcti.n O-tick at M to d per thou-and
The weather, like the heart of nun, la -le-ccltlul
above all things and desperately
Genuine Emmthalcr, SwIm chcco at
Charlie Weber', at the Casino aaloon, on
Llgblh itrccl. 6-8 Ot.
Dr. Wardncr rcturucd from the meeting
ol the Medical association yesterday morn
ing, and It again at "the pod of duty."
Parker A Wake have Jiist received a line
stock of wall paper, which they offer for
talc at low at the lowest. MO-lw
The police keep their lglliint eyes on the
Llttlo tfcnluckian saloon. It li said queer
doings aru frequently on the tapis therein.
Mr. C, D. Roberts of Sprlngtlcld. Illinois-,
will visit Cairo In a few dayaforthc purpose
of taking order for perfect titling shlrta utid
Smart .t Oholson make hosiery oce ol their
peelalltlct. Their stock of la Men', mioses'
and gents' hose, Is full and complete, and
thelrprlces the lowest. it
Selling on" at cost at Moscov ivs'. 5-J f.
The lturnvtt (team cooking vessel, tin1
National American and Eplcuro lirollers,
the Dudley rplr.tl Kate and door spring, at
Uallcy's, Ilia Washington uvuuua. 4-'JI lm.
The pUco to buy wall paper and window
hades I.. No. 'JSeVuuth street, opposite Win
tt-r's block, where you can buy cheaper
than any place In the city. 11. Ant.K. tl
QotoStuirt A- Oholi-on's. Eighth Mrect,
for your dry goods. They arc strictly u ouo
price house, telling only fur cath, and can
.ttfurd to make the lowest prices.
The practice of certain taloon-kecpcrs In
allowing young boys to play billiards and
drink until the morning breaks Is pernicious;
and, It persisted In, should Indues the alder
men to agitato tho question of early closing.
'lho mosquitoes, Vnats, tiles, bugs and
bumble bees, are coming, so prepare your
elf by covering your window with wire
cloth from Ilallcy's ; you cun sleep without
liars, and dine without tllt. 4-21 lm.
e The next regular comnlumi::l,lo 0
XX Cairo lodge, No. 237, A. V. and A. M
will be held to-morrow (Monday) evening, at
71 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially In
vlted to attend. II. V. Blakb, Sec'y.
Deputy Shfrllf Myers saya ho did ncver-
no, never! In all his life, striko any prison
er under bit charge. Shade of tho most lm
inano man who ever lived and died, come
forth and gaze with jealous eyes upon thle
man, your bashful poer !
t M. Ward Is now pi ('pared to deliver tho
bestot sawed and split hlrkory wood to any
part of the city. Also all ktn Unf wood and
coal always on band. Leave orders at Ids
oltleo, corner Seventeenth sin-'-t ''
Moscovics, Washington avenue, near
Tenth street, Is aching off at co-t. 5-2 tf.
New stock and new styles of wallpaper
paints, oils, window glass, etc., etc., at II. P.
Meigs' new store, Washington avenue and
Eleventh street. Call and sco tho latest
styles In wall paper before purchasing else
iStuart A Oholson are otrerlng tome dp.
elded bargains in bleached and brown
muslins, table linens, towels, napkins, etc.
A visit to their store will save you moucy.
Bird cages, Mower baskets, wlro cloth
riddles, sand screens, rakes, hoes, shovels,
spades, spading and hay forks, step uud ex
tension ladders, wood pumps and a general
assortment of tinware, eiovcs and houso fur
ulihlug goods, at Hulley's. 4-24 lm.
We ait. tlio tolo agent for tho sale of Mus.
son's pure cider vinegar, made on his (arm
at Cobdon, Illinois, put up In convenient
sized packages for family use, and every
package warranted pure.
4-13 tf. Coffey, r.tc & Co.,
No. 05 Ohio Lcvcc.
McUate's which Is tho chief of police
bis hog catchers were again upon thu trull 0!
the porkera yesterday, in tho Fourth
waidonoot them ran agalust tho list ot
stalwart bog owner, and laid down upon tho
ground, ills eye It black.
This It Sunday. Go to church. Go at
least twice, and if possible, four times
cnurcu will do you good. At one ot our
churches sings the best alto linger lu the
state. Her voice Is "oil," Go to that
church, and bo entertained while you praiso.
A combination of business and pleasure Is
Tho hog cathcrs are paid by tho "piece,
They get tlfty ctnts lor pounding a big hog,
twenty-live cents for a llttlo ono, and one
dollar tor a billy goat. Of all the hogs that
rom llie strceu, ti, billy Kit Is the most
troublesome Ho cannot grunt, it is true,
but he can climb a fence and run like the
devil at break of day. Four of thcto hogs
wero pounded yesterday.
Everybody Is going Into tho Odd Fellows'
lodge of this city. At least tlvo of our cltl.
tent on an average ride the goat and climb
the slippery pole cvsry week. The truth Is,
A. It. Is N, U., and Is one ol the best propa
gandists In the world. His example Is in
fectuous. He gathers them In he gathers
them In. ben you wish to bet never cop.
per him Ucnavcrlo.es,
If you want good goods at cost, go to Mo.
rot lc; Washington avenue, near Tenth
Mr. j. ji. Moskovtcs, the enterprising
ueaier in ury goods, waililngton lucnuu
between Ninth and Tenth streets, oilers lilt
large ana varied stock of goods at cost
prices. His store Is lull ol the choicest of
dry goods of every variety and ipiallty, and
tho prices at which he Is disputing ut thtui
are astonishingly low. Call upon him and
satisfy yourself. 6.7 if.
A number of our gay little folks Indulged
In a surprise party at the residence or Air. E.
K. Davu.on Friday Venlng-4M, Early In
the evening the young ladles and gentlemen
gathered at the retldepce ol Mr. 'hi. How
ard, by whose daughter tho party was got.
ten up and engineered. At a reasonable
hour the party left Mr. Howard'! and
swooped down upon Master Frank Davis, to
whom It was In truth a turprlse. The par
ticipants lu the festive occasion passed the
vUor gaily, and tho party did not break
up until a very Ul hour,
CAIRO DAlLil 0UL.JLiLt.TlN, SUJIUAI, mai xx,
It hai been suggested that the police be
uniformed. Tint Bcllbtim endorses atid
kindly takes to the suggestion ; but should
we stop at this! Would It not be well to
also put the mayor and members of the
council Into uniform? Take the mcmbere
from the Filth ward lor Instance, and what
could wc Imagine moro beautiful than they
In a unl'orm, provided tho uniform could
adorn them as they should be adorned, Wo
have unlftrmty held to this opinion, and
will till the day ol our death.
Mcfsn. Taber Brothers, Jewelers. Com
mcrclal avenue, near corner of Eighth
sireci, navo on oxtiiiiitlou In their show
window a set of jewelry ol their own mnnu.
l.icturc, which for stylo, beauty and work.
manshlp cannot bo excelled by any Jcwolcry
estaoiiiimcnt East or West. Tho gold of
which the Jewelry was inailo was obtained
from tho City National bank, and everv
particle of the wor t, which Is very elaborate
and beautiful, was designed and executed
In Talter Brothers' establishment. The lm
prcsslon which eonio ol our people have
that our homo Jewelers cannot do as good
work as can uo obtained In Chicago, St
I.oiiIj, Cincinnati, or any other city, Is (also;
and all Mcssra. rubor llrothois ak Is a trial
to prove that they can do as good work m
can bo obtained by tending nw.iv from
The warm days are coming, and S.mp
Clarkson liao already made preparations
ror tlictr arrhal. Tlioy have Ice cream of
the mot delicious kind, and oila wali-r nl
Ileal estite. Those eight lino lots south
and cast of Thirty-fourth nnd Poplar Mrect,
known a the lloyd lots. ANo the tuncmrut
house, corner of Thirty-fourth and Poplar.
Ti rm, hall cash, balance In one year. In
quire ol Oiwnr.K KiillKit m
DIIESS GOODS AND .WHITE GOODS.
Stuart A GhoKon bavin? taken advantage
of the recent decline, can now save their
ustomcra 20 to 110 per cent, on their pur
chase of dress goo la and white good. .They
are showing sonic cntiiely new dcMgn. thl
week. An examination of tluir stock l
And every variety of shade or color. Dur
able, beautiful, wutci-proof, clartlc aud
economical. The Avcrlll Chemical Paint
U prepared lor Immediate application, re
pairing no 011. tiimncr nor dryer. It I sold
D) me gallon in packages to suit, Irom ono
to lorty gallon, It dries with 11 hard, rich,
;loy Mil face, docs not run Iron seams or
nail-hole. Will not rub, crack nor peel oil ;
covers more with the simo body, and I
cheaper. moro lasting, ami bettor In everv
respect man any omcr paint. N. E. Way ,t
Co,, general coiniiiNioii merchant ami
wholesalo agenu for tho A. C. P., Sixth
street, between Commercial and Washing'
ton avenues. N. II. Ho verv cautious
counterfeits arc abroad 1 1
Tho 'dun,' in that facetious vein
which has mado it so popular among lho
lovers of dry humor men liko Aldorman
V H ! - e 1 , .
iut umunco nas pictured us ns
Jonathan and tho Ountlo Myors, deputy,
' 1s"l,l nntl tms ftrnntWMl u tfr .
two on tho stivorod bonds of our former
friendship. Tho picturo is not faithful
Wo, it is truo, woro Myors' Jonathan, but
ne was not our David. Did wo not ofton
do him a favor by shooting tho arrow be
yond tho stono Ezul, nnd didn't ho just as
ofton tnoak around behind ut and shoot
Parthian arrows wo tollovo that is tbulr
name Into our innocont back 7 Yu thut
tho part of Dvld' Myors it nobody's Da.
vid, except Louis'. At least ho Is not oure,
and never wat. Whuroforu wo huvo often
lamented with aloud voico, and now feel
liko a cow robbed of bur ilrst born calf, a
cat boroft of her litter, or any other mis
THE FURINTURE FACTORY AND
Win. Eicliou", proprietor of tho furni
ture factory and tilesrooms. cornor Wash
ington avonuo and Seventoontb street, has
alwayt on band a complete ttock of all
kinds of furnlturo, which ho is enablod to
to toll on bettor terms than any other
aoaler in tho city. Uo Invites public at
tontlon to this fact, and solicits a call from
all desiring to purchaso furnlturo.
Mr. Eichoir propotos on tho 2lst inst
or about that dato, to add to his business
anothor department tho manufucluro of
cano-seat chain. Ho is now negotiating
wnn ana nas airoady socured tho services
of tome of tho boit of workmon in this
line, and will also glvo to this department
bit own attention and rare. Persons hav
ing cano chain, out of which tho scats
havo boon worn, can havo thorn rccanwi
now, by tnnding in tholr ordort to the fue
tory on VraibiriCton avonuo. Old
teat cuairs can uo made jIJSt &t
now at a trivial cott.
CORLIriS AND HIS TOI1ACCO
HOW MUCH, GENTLEMEN,
-Muisrs. 0. W. Corliit and Hen Rankin
are now engngoa in tlio manufacture of
tobacco at Metropolis, and have in opera
noiio large establishment. They havo
also purchased the machinery formerly
usod by James and Close in this city, and
now at Shawnootown. Corliss and Rtn
kin aro tagaclous business men. They
know that Shawneetown is a good place
and that Metropolis is not bad, but they
cannot deny Cairo the merit of boing tho
bet placo In thoWost for their or any other
business. Thoy boliovo too, that if they
thould contolidato tho bhawneotown and
Metropolit machinery and bring It to
Cairo, they could establish a tobacco factory
which would contrihuto much to tho prop
erty of thlt city at woll at redound to
tholr own benctlt. They are willing to bo
Induced to como among ut, too; and will
If tho propor inducements are held out'
bat are tho citizens willing to do ' 10
can wo ascertain what C. and R. warn
Will not 'Maxor'Wood, who Is aniiout t
do bit whole duty, take this matter' in
hand, correspond with Meitrt, Corllii -
Rankln, ascertain what tboy want, let the
people know the termi and then aicertain 1
whether we can accede to them? And If
be will, won't he, without delay ?
. . .t ,n i u - r i "r 11
Tho Hev. Turnoy Is exultant at tho full
uro ol Dr. Thompson to flsh up from tho
bottom of tho ten tadpolcan proof or uar
vvlnlsm. Hnd Thompson (with 11 T) an
alyr.od the Avnrlll Cliomlcal Paint, ho
would hovo found "connrrnanon airoi.K
as holy " that n tndpolo wiggles Its toll
thoroln, and It was an entirely now crea
tion of man's Invcnilvo genius, much
suporlor to onv other paint as rnun Is ox
alted abovo tho interior nnimais. ui mis
Bcluntino truth tho citizo.it ol Cairo uro
rapidly becoming convinced. Tor tnlu
mixed ready for uio in punst wlilli-J and
all colon, by '. K. Way & Co, gwion.l
commission merchant!, and agents Tor tho
Iron Unggy Co., Sixth stret, between
Conimofcial and Watliinuton nvonuo.
STEAM 130 AT I3UTCI1E11
Cltr siittloual llauk Unllilliiv.
Tfrti.'")'"".!.! ntlcntion rait to ontor trnm ion
hnmtr niKht nr
p it 0 r 0 S A L s
FOR L'OPYINO THE LAWS AND
JOURNALS OF THE ilSTll
On or beforn tho 2sth il.iy of .May, 1S7'!.
and until t' o'clock 111. ot said day, scalid
propoal will lm received ly the i cinuil-
Inner 01 puuiio piinung lur copviug inl
aw. Intirnal and Joint resolutions of tlie
rweiitv-elhlli ueneral iicmljly of the
ta'u of IIII1111I, and tor tn'ii aildltlonal
ouv in; ns 111 a v tic orucrcil by mi HI general
Such nropnsala miisli ln 111 lilpllcato, onn
copy to bo deposited with the secretary of
state, ono with the auditor nl public ac
counts and one with tho state treasurer,
and lecomp inlcd by a bond, tor the l.tlth ill
performance 111 ine contract, 111 1110 penai
slim of .'i,(MH), signed by two uretle. Said
1101111 mtll ite s. 1111. lei iu ;imi eniiinu
loner, and bo npiiiovvil by the governor,
and Med In his nllieu until nwanl Is
made. . . .
I ir 1 iirono.i must lie neenmnan ru iv ai
lca-t ten lines ol the liand-wiilliigot the per-
on making tlm pi opo.ils legal rap paper
taken a tlic meaurc.
The coventor and tlic i")intnl"lqn"
pultliu pilniliig iecrwt i" iheinele tlie
rlu'ht;to reject ai.y and all bid. Tho proposal
will bo opened at three o'c ck p. in., Wed
lies, av. Mav 2". lS7:i. Ill llie omee 111 tne
governor, and the cimtniet then and there
awarilcil llllie 1111 mil' arc rejeeii'n.
Gko. II. It.vlll.oW, .-ee'j 01 Mine.
li. I.IPI'INCOI r, Ainlltor 1'. A.
E. Kin., Mate i'reasiin r.
fi-ll diw. t'oinmi-loner I'ulillc Printing.
BOAT NTllKI m.
SAM W 1 L S O N ,
UIALIB I f
o r o 0 r. k '. x ,
P BO VISIONS UC,
Caio, It I.
OAIIIO AND l'ADUC'Alf
n AIL II IS AT.
Th" splfnJIJ sttsrrsr
J" S. FISK,
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) ut
4 p.m For freight opasago apply on boat or
to Ja. MI.lohv, A't.
tJcSr C. llanny wishes the
public to be informed thut he
has on hand a Stock of Dvv
Goods and Carpets as exten
sive as any in tlie Southwest,
and that he is determined to
sell every article at prices
lower than the lowest. Call
on him to-day and examine
goods and prices. Jle will
satisfy you both as to
Given by tho
0 A I K 0 T U USER S O U I E T Y
,m:au miu'm c ity.
Srxiuv, Mav 18, 187.').
Tho Cairo uud VlnceniiPs railroad has
been chartered for tho occasion.
Trains will lento Winter's block, corner
Seventh street and Commercial uvcniio us
First train nt 0 o'clock a. tn
Second " ut 1 " p.m.
Third " it 2tft() " P m.
The last train will return to Cairo at 7
o 'clock in inn evening.
Jhoeiitcitaiiiiuent limine lho day will be
And Games 01 all kinds.
A general Invitation Is extended to the
FIFTY CENTS FOR ROUND TRIP.
flood music will bo In attendance, and m,
as, nru a good time.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS!
Louis He rliert, C. Ruder. W. Alba
W. RUDER, rreilicmt.
SHIRTS TO SPECIAL "IVE"E3ASXJJi33.
BOBBBTS 5c CO.,
SPRING FIELD, ILLINOIS,
Successor! to Uobertt A; Flnley )
SIIII.T TAILORS, HATTEHS, AMI) GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHERS.
Shlrt made to order In the most artistic manlier
EXTRA DITwUiLH A N I) PERFECT IN FIT.
All measures prison cit, and parties dHiing can duplicate their orders at any time.
MtLNKY CI1I.Ki.1-T1.Ii V
Ilhnki nnd instruction, for sell mauriiiioiit forwarded on application.
bhlrts shipped CO. D. to any partol thu Union. R011ERT3 4 CO.
S L wl .window, Emlj v, Lifi
Et2J 1 ARTICltS '
H. W.VI.TK it), I'rnprlrtnr,
tl A T?ri s.isin Sflirr 1,1 1 K.
LATH, SUINOLES, OEDAR I'O-STS
DOORS, SASI1, BLINDS
KiirnlshK'l on sh'irtpst r.ctlcs.
Commercial avontte, between Tenth and
I'OrLAlt. WALNUT, ASK
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
For sale at low hVurc. AIo,
X 1ST G DEE li U DMIBDaJE,
FENCING OR SHEETING
Sold very cheap by
C-0 2w. Caiko 11 ox
axii R.vstcr.T Co.
JJ. F. Ii It y A N T ,
Near Twci.ty-sixtlt Street,
Ohio Lf.vkr, CAIRO, ILLS
All klw! ol Lumber, 0.1k, Poplar, Cy-
press, vv a.nitt, etc, ilelltcrctl iu uny part
of tho city tree nf charge.
KTrPatronau'e solicited, and satl.lnettnn
I'll VNK'IA VH.
DH. JJ. U. TABER,
Will resume tho tir.mtlen nl Ills iirnfesslnn
wltlt espiclal relerenco to tho eluctrlca
treatmrutnt diseases in all thn nuw anil im.
proved method, of application,
ill all cases of lemalu cmnnlalnta a ailv
mo nu 111 aiieuiiaucu.
Ollk't, liM Commercial avenue, up stairs,
U. WAUDNKH, M. I).
Oilier ami Residence 111 Commercial ave
nue, 1 next dour to thu Atlielieuiii).
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
pESJIlKNCK-Nn. SI Thirtsonth strwt, be
IV twrxu Washington avenux ami Walnut atrret.
UlbcH u . Ooiniiierchtl aTHiiii, up tlr. I
1 1 .
U. W. DUNNING, M. D,
nF.SIIiKNCK-cnfn.rNinih ami Walnut ate,
IVOftip,. coiDot biilr Mrent and Ohio let.
Offlo liaura-froin a a.m. to 12 m., and p.m
DH. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant nipplj o puro Nltrntia Oxide
(la, f"r tlie p iIdVm extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Itoom of Dr. DoUB'at, bticciMor
to Dr A M, Aitttln, KlKhth ttreot. n-ltl
of tho best fabrics known, and warranted
74: OHIO X.-bi"VjI
Curlier Waldiigtin Ave
iiinl Eighth .in i t.
liiamol and iTibbll
tor W euk llllie.
Ai IIARCLAY RROS.
I lilt SORE THROAT,
I'n pared and old
It. IIARCLAY RROS
CAT! I. P. MEDICLNEi
And DMnrcctajits lor ."tables
At IIARCLAY RROS.
' YOL'NG AMERICA,
And "I'nlvcrsnl Standard.'
At IIARCLAY RROS.
Will bo rcrelvrd at 77 Ohio levee, until
! May Pith. 1ST: , lor the city printing for
I inu year eniiin .May 1, lTl. t-alil bills
. statu price lor pulilishliiK' tlie proeeedlnc
ol thu council, and all notices rcMlm.' ti
I amo; how much per wpiuro for all other
notices and advertisements. AIo, rates tor
J"u req ureu. inn cniineii reserve
1 tno runt to r'Jcetany. and all bill, -tioiild
iney tieiln 11 In the liel lute re -Is of the city
iu no su. r.. it. r i.i.i,t;iiy Loiiiptroiier.
Caiko, Mayi), fc7:t r-T M
1. vvv vi:iih.
WILLIAM .1. A1LKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Otllccotcr lirt National bank. .1-liMni
SA.MUKL 1'. WilKLLKH,
ATTOHNKV st CUU.NSKI.Oll AT LAW
Ollicc over First National bank. 3-IMm
UUEKN & (JILUKUT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willmm U (lilliert,
"Hpeoia. attntion len
lc. Ailmuslty tail
IFrtOI OHIO LXVRX, HOOUH 7 AND fl ovnn
fllTT NATIONAL DAVK,
FOR SALE, I for saw FOR SALh
von salk-JkouuIkor hale
Faro from LivrntrooL,
Faro from Londoniikrhy
Faro from Olahoow.
Faro from Qukknhtoww
CAIRO, ::!:.:: I8 2,.
a(rord, Monl .t Camlet
Llierpool ,Nfw.To,k ariil Phllaiiclpl,,,
I'XDta coxraAci wiTii s,rn u
Ker Carr-IDK llii. Mall,
V0H PASSAGE TICKETS
oa tctTRta laroasjtTioa
APl'LY TO JOHN O. DALR
Wamtnitoa Auat Oairo, iniolll
PROSPECTUS FUltliTil.-SiXm TEA
An llliMratml Monthly Journal, universally
admitted to lu llie llanusuiiiosi. mnta
io.il in tho orl I. A ItdproiciiU.
tlu uud Champion ol Amer
Nut lor NrU lu Hook ir ?( aturea.
NolW.lhlalidlni tho lucniaso In the ptleO
or mliscrlptlon lust lull, when tho Aldiiie as
silliii'd Us present noble proportions and lep-
roetiliutvo cimracier, tue c'liuciii win
than iloulilu the past yuurt proving lliat tho
Aineiica'i liulillc iippreclatu it Miicem ei.
lint in the catiso nt Art. Tim imli..Jicis
atixliHi lojtlstlly the reaily coiillilelicetlills
ileinoiisiraled, have exulted llieln-iives lo
tlie tltmol to ilevelnp 1U11I iinpnivv me
wolk; mid lb plans lor thu coiiili.jr year,
as tllilolded by the inoiilh ly i-in s. will a.
toulsli ami ilellunt oven 1110 iuoi sanguine
Irlends ol the Alilllie.
the Aliliue will reproilllie CKUiupies 111
the best fnrclyu maslels, selecleil with a
lew to tlie lilwliest artltie sneics, unu
!ireatel (reiierul Interest; uvihiiiik sui;ii as
luivo liueiiliif liilnlllar, through lihotngrupli,
or euples ut any kind.
llie quarterly, timeu imuh i iu, in, mn
ri'iiiiHluee tntirot .lohn D.uls' inlinitablo
child-ketches, uppri pilule In the lour rca
tilts rlieu piale, uppi uinm 111 tnc issues
lui January, Apill, .nil), unu ticionet,
uo.ilil tie alone worm 1110 prue 01 u year s
l'ltEMll'M CilltOMOS FOR 187:1.
Every uticillivr to tho Aldlne, who pa.
In inhume tnr the veur J7:i, will receive
witlinut udilltioiiul cIiulKc, u pulr ol beuutl
.till nil elunlii'i. altel .), .1. Hill, the eminent
Kw:lili painter. 'I be pictures, ei,llll i
'the ' Itltsa.'- Itelle," ami 'Cii'-Iiik die
Moor,' are I Ix'.O lluiies, -ale pllnldl Irom
j; tltlls-ts lit plate. reipiliiliK lmpreslofis
and tint to perleel each picture. 'Die suiiie
cliinlnos ule snlil tnr ?') per pull, ill the art
-Kile. As it I the ill let initial Inn ol 1 eon.
illlclnrs In keep thu Alilllie out ol the 11 ait.
111 eninpctilloii in rery departim nl. Hie
clirolnos will be loiind aheait nl any ll.al
i:llt lie nlleteil bV ntlier Pcliodlcuh. liv fly
tibselibel will receive u celtlcute, ovct the
iKU.itiue nt lho publishers. L'tiuriiiiteuin
lli.it the ehmlnns iclleleil shall lie iijUmI to
thu samples llillilslnut the uent.
or tho iiniliey will be retui.ilcil.
t he dl-trlliiitlim nt pi, lures ot this piuik
tit 0 to the rllnsi libels tn u livi; dollar peri
111llv.1l, win nia'k all epoch III tlie M-tol) ol
All and, lonsldellli),' tlie unpleieilel.ted
cheapness ol Hit- pi ice lur I'hu Aldlne Hu ll,
theliuivel lull. llttlu short ol u ,iililucle,
ccii to tlioi best miiuiiliitijd with thu
achievements!!! iuvelitltf genius and lm
plnMM ineeh tlilcul appibitices. (Fur Illustration-
nt these chtouio, see Notclubci Is
sue of the Aldlne.)
Till: l.li ERARY DEPARTMENT
will continue under the cum ot Mr. Richard
Hetirv Modilurd, nsl-ted by the hettwrlteis
and iHicts ol the day, who will sliive to have
the literatutv nf the Aldlne alwaya iu keep
liiK with Its artistic attractions.
." per antmi, In ailtanre, with Oil Cbrn
Thu Aldlne will, bere-iltt r, be obtainable
onlv by siibsctiplioii. i here will le 110 re
iluced or club rate ; cash for subscriptions
must be scut to the ptlhllhcrdircct,or halt
iled to thu local ap'iit w ithout responsibility
ot tlie publisher, except ut cases where the
certlticutu Is elvcti, hcailti.; thu fac-iimll
signature ol .lames Sutton .V Co.
Any person M-lilii to act pennanentlv as
a local H'ciit, will receive lull and prompt iu
lormation by applying to
JAMF.-s nU I 1 ON ACO., I'tibll-hers,
fs's.Maileli Lane New loll
NEVE l( KiN OWK TO FAIL
tV AGUE POWDERS
l Olt TIIK I'nttMANKNT CL'ltE 0'
CHILLS AMI I'F.VKH, lU'MR Ad'Uh'
OR A V FORM OF IN TERMIT
I L.T I'KVLR.
TH E GI! EATEST DISCOVERY OF Til E
Thero arc no dicase o dcbllltatlnK In
their c tier la upon tho constitution r tho
above, and nunc more dltlicult to euro by
the usual mode of practlic, The Kcvoratnl
Akuo I'nwdern will etlcct a cure In cac ol
the lonjiest staiiilliij; aa well us prove a pre
ventive In the fiiriiiinjrstaL'ool the diseased
Relni; purelj vcKCtable, tliej' act with let
ta.nty on thu dlseae, totally eradicating it
Irom tlie )stein, and prevent u rtturu at
any future period.
Why waste your money and lica th lc try
In' every niiijlcliie joti hear or, when
lliomp-oii'. KeV'er and Atine 1'owder have
never tailed tn cttru the chills In any ca.e,
Their rcmitatinn (a
sallds Ot tcrtillllllilals Inn. I.. ..i, r I. ...i
rhowiiiK that lliesu powders have perlotineil
miracles In . tiring case 01 Ion-taiidliitf.
many nl tlicm considered hopeless.
I here. Is no 1 i -k in tukliiL. ili,.in -i i,....
contain nothing injurious, and, tlierelore.
nunc nt tlie Ihi.'eriin. iII...m.,.. ...., .1.'
result nl thu tir'iiiv 1101111111. nt tin. ,ir'
I hjsiclaiis recouuuend th ma uperlor to
llllllllie nr allV Oilier L.mun r,.,...lv i.
they leave the stem In i, In.-itiliv ...i
the nalient bevutul tin- i.r,,l IllllllltV if (1 In.
IIIJW'AltK OF COI'VTI.'ltVrifs! oi.
i';iV t' Vm! VsJV11 1 i,J.,,.'.:,l r tin bnxes. with
1 iio.iir.'stis's kkv i-' it ivii 1 1! i,l 11. .ii.
,Vi tIm.V.'.'.'"'''! "'' alKtiHtttre'
... vu (.uinuij ii ;;uuuillO,
H E U JI A T III
TIIK OhKAT E.MTKIl.VAt, KCMBDV TOR
RHKU.MATISM, N E U li A L
0 1 A, SPRAINS, E TO.,
HOOD FOR it. 1 A' n n nvmn
'i'hl liniment hai cnniod for itnrlf a rcpu-
atlllll tllleilllalleil In II... I,l.,..r.. ,.r
iipp lealliiti. jSTThoiisiiniN who now ml.
iiilii il "'V"'"""""'! "eilraWa. etc., w..tld
m il IniincdlatL. relief Irom all pain by uslm;
his eel tain remedy. It in equally ctleetuai
in cuts imrm, scalds, stillness ot tho neck,
wire throat, Hvvellliurs, inilamatlnim, frost
hiles, paliwm the siio, or back, bitetofapl
ler or stint's of insects. '
One ; riibhlin; will In all rase- vo linnirdl
ate relief, and a few annllcatluna einntilet
cm, 1 " "
On nremmt or powerful prnotratlnir
I'rnpertles It Is heyonddoulit the surest reia
cily tnr iho iuol troiiblesnuio diseases
whlcli lioi'se and rattle aro llahlu. It cuu.
scralclies, old and rest cut or snren, ehalt 4
produced ,y the collar nr aaddlcs, Iitjurlta
eiiiised by nails or splints cntrrliiK the ch
iriinniK, nrtllses, hiiiii, aweenev, spavin
thrush, and all disease which destroy tho
hoofs or hone of the Wot.
EirFiill direction: uecompany each bot
tle. The above aio prepared only by
,4t Market (itrrct, l'hlladclpoL
And sold by storekeeper: generally ti,ro,,,.&
nut thocotnitry I!lfl It d-e-vV
jlat now on baud all kin J 0
CORD AND STOVE WOOD
For Balo. Leave order at
Corner Sixth and Commercial
Or at eon..rofTelitb,M Pop