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GAIR'O ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. MARCH 28 1874.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
.A
QUll OIIUROHKB.
CUUIHTIAN OUUItCH Eighteenth, street
between Washington ud Walnut.
Preaching every third and fourth Sunday
Sunday ichool at 3 p. m.
JTOyor meeting W eiinesunjr uvvuiugi
It It TMMniK, 1'aator.
1'ltEBBYTKUlAN-JCJfthth Street
Trcacbls
llOSL ptDDKa as uitiakSB. ana if l.u
T(r HlMnr. TTeancwaT si ( v.m.-
Jebbelh School, 8p.m.. J. M. Laiisdon, Hu-
noHntcmlntitV Lli. TT. TH1TSB1. Piatof
MKTUOUlHT:-5or. Klfhthnd Walnut Sts.
Preaching, Habbath at It a.m., and 7 p, m
Prayer meeting, Wcdnesdy,7J p.m.
Sabbath Hchool, 8. pan. L. W. Bflllwell,
guoerlntendent. Hkv. J. 1.. Wai.i.ch,
Pastor.
UUJIICU Of TI1E UEDKBMKUHKpUco-
Standi) prarbn. Sabbath 10J a.m.
-cnlng prayers, 71p.m.
ti&bbatli School, 0 a.m.
Itxv. Chad. A. Uilukiit, Koctor.
"T. PATHICK'S CHUllCU-NInth St. and
Wabhlngton Avenue
I'ubllc service, Habbath 8:10 and 101 .
Vet-purs, 7 p.m.
KabtiaUi School. 2 p.m.
Hervlce every clay. B a.m.
Hev. P. J. O'lULtoiu.f, Priest.
T. JOSKPJl'S CHUIIUII. (Gorman,) cor
licr of Walnut and C'rous street,
Mum, every tiabbatii at 10 o'clock a. ni.
Ye"pcrn, 2 p. in.
..... . . 1. . i... u . I I 1-
i.nva uuiiug nwen. uui o w w.uifk ... .m.
Hkv. U. Uori'MAN, Pricat.
JKllM.VNi LUTiIKItANCHUliCH-13Ui
truiit between Washington Avunuo and
NVulnut atroct.
Pleaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock,
fcubbatb School at " o'clock p. m.
Hkv. U. Dukhhciinei:. Pastor.
1 OUNO A1K.VS OlUUbXiAM ASSOCIA
TION. llcifular meeting second Monday
each month at tbtlr room over Rockwell
A Co'n book atore, Commercial avenue.
Wtekly Prayer meeting, ",riilaf,H p.m. at
Ic room.
L. W. Htillvjill, l'reildent.
3ECON1) MISSIONARY UAPT1ST
CIIUUCU. Corner Syearaoro and Forty
brat etroeta. Prcacblnj; Habhath at II
o'clock a. m. and :i o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. ra.
The church la connected with the Illinois
Afcfoclatlon, by the Klrt Miulonary llaji
Uftubaptkrt Cairo. v
Kbt.'Bolowon Ijcokaud, Pastor.
.KlUCANVMKTHODl.ST-rourUtU, bo
twsen Wajeut aevl Ccdar.
Ha'jbathHchool. li p.m.
Claiut meets at u p.m.
KSCOND KIIEK WILL IJAl"riST--Kif.
' tsenth Street, between Walnut and Codar.
Servlcea Sabbatb. 1 and 3 p. m.
Hev. N. Hicks, l'attor.
JUEE WILL BAl'TIST HOMK MISSION
aAUHATIi SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streeta.
Habbath School, 0 a.m.
FlIlhT KHKE WILL U.U'TIST CUUUCU
Curry 'iHamcke. .. , ,
Eerncea, Sabbatb 11 axa., S ii.m. 4Tp. to:
Hev. Wm. Kxujcy, Faator.
11MST MISSIONARY UA1T18T CIIURCU.
... I . i,..h..h VUlk ....I T'-r.l, Ct.
rroaablog Sabbath, 10 a,m. awl 74 p.m."
l'rayer meeting. eduetday even&f.
Habbath School, 11 p.m. John VanDaxtcr
aud Mary btepbenMjupurlntcndent.
, itxv. T. J. Saoiica, X'aitor.
KCONI) llATTIST cnOUCn-Vburteenth
BLrcet, between Oidir and Walnut. The
only HapUit ebureb recogTilzed by the Aa
ocition.t bcrvices, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
pi ' ai itw. i ihiii i i Kir
THE MASONS.
CAIRO COMMAND Kit Y, NO. 13.-SUted
Atiembly at the Aiylum Maaoulc Hall, flrnt
and third Mondayi in each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 1W. Regtllar Convo
cation at Maaonic Hall, the a ocond i riday
In each month.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71. Regular Con
vacation at Maaonlo Hall, on tho third
Tucaday ot every month,
;AlRO LODQE, No. 237 F. A A. M.-Reiru-lar
Communleationj at Vatonlo HaU, the
second and fsorth Mondayi of each month.
THE OUD-FELLOW8.
ALEXANDER LODQE, 224 Meebt In Odd
KeUowa' Hail, In Arur'e buUdlns, every
Thuraday eveulng at ao'clock
BTATE 'OFFICERS.
(lovernor JohnL. Boveridgc.
LUuteuant-Oovcrnor
Secretary State Oeorce U. Harlow.
Auditor of Stato C. E. Llpplncott.
State Treaaurer Caaper RuU:.
Attorney Oencral lame K. Ldaall.
Supt. Publlo InHJTlctlon-Newtou llateman
CONORESSMEN.
Sonatorb-lUchard J. Oglesby and John A.
jfan.
JleprotenUUve .EtghUenth District Isacc
'.lemcnta.
MEM HERS OENERAL AS3EMULY.
RopretenUtheH Id tho tXlth dlbtrict.
obn II. Obcrly, Ww. A. Lemma and Math
w J. luscorc. . ,,.
Banator for the 60Ui UUtrict.Joo Wro.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIHCHIT COU11T.
JudKe D. J. Ilakor, of Alexander,
btftte'n Attorney Patrlck.U. Pope.
Clerk It. S. Y'ocum
filieriff A. H. Irvln. .
Wm. Martin Ai?ei8or and Trcanuror.
Surveyor John P. Holy.
OODNTY CODHT.
Judae- F. Broaa.
Aioolate-J. K. McCritk and 3. MarchiN
on.
Clerk-Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Oos5mnn.
MUNICIPAL "GOVERNMENT.
Mayor John Wood.
iroaaurar-B."A. vuniuiiuuBiui
CompUollerK, II. Falll,
Clerk Michael Howley.
At
Po
AttnrnfiT it. WaUon Webb.
l'ollco MoglatratOB F. HroM aud J. J.
Marshal and Chief of Police Wm.Mollale.
Street Commissioner 1). J. Oalllgan.
Membera Police Forco A. Cain aargent,
W. W. WooUn, Phillip Hclm,Cha. Mehner
ind Ilonry.T. Martin.
BOABD OF AUIKRMKK.
First TVaTd-IIlram JJixby and J. M.
Moond ward Herman Moyori and Wood
Slttenhouao. , .
Third ward John McKwon and K. Kors-
aioyer.
fourtn wara v.
F. NclUa and M. J.
. r ...1
Fifth ward Jno. II. Robinson and Wm.
tl. Morria r
WHITE COLLAR PliANINO MILL
H WAI.TEHH, Vroitrlntor,
MALISl
HAUDaito SOFT LUMBER
'AMD
la't.u, huiuolbb. obbau P(STH
DUOKb, HAnrtf liumuo
1 .
r
oudbrb solicited.
Stkamboat Ltjumkb,
Kuralahod on abortoat nottaa.
Samtnercllkl avonuo, botwoon Tenth and
, Blovonth itroota
OA.XH.Oi XliTJITOTB-
THE BULLETIN.
HAM WILSON,
SUnZJLLL liil
boat trx-oiiina I
aiociijii
faoviBitloMB Via, ,
' ' ' No.' 1 1 b
3itio Lkkvc Caiko, iLLIXOt
KKAI. EATATE AURHUV.
0. WINSTON k UO
RI'A.L ESTATE AGENT8
AUCTION KKK8, ,
74 (HKUO!fll rLOOU) OHIO I.MVRM,
t " 01UO,
Dot au Bill uial Khtati,
PAT TAXES,
IfUUNimi ABHTHAOTU OF TITI.K
niNCKI.I,NKOi;H(
WHOLESALE
LIQUOR
DEALERS,
asro. eo ohio levee
OAIKII. ILLIflUla,
, NE W LI VERY. , STABLE.
MILLS W P.VKKER, l'ropi ktir.
TentlfStrcct, between Walnut and Wash
ington. Havlngpurhaicdtho entire atock, Stable,
Horses, CarrlaKer, Ilugulcr, etc., ol Dr.
Field, and added fcveral new 'turnout!.''
Mr. Parker now invite all bla Iricnda, old
and new, in wantol Saddle Horrca. Double
or Single Carriage, or auyUiUiK .elao lu hl
,lne. to she him -i call. I 9 .UI V-Mta
orw. wiiEjjuit74t.
Dealer In
COAL
OFFICE AND YARD:
Tenth Street, between Washington and
Commercial nvcuuea.
A large supply of Pittsburg and Big
Muddy coal constantly on (hand. Stovo
wood tawed to order. Order for ocal or
wood sbquld bo left at tbc offleo on Tenth
tareeLTcrm!", cash on delivery.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Dealers In
LimiBEIl OF ALL KINDS
II Attn AMI NOtT.
Keop constantly oubanu
Fr.ooniNd and Sidinci, aijo Lath.
OrdnrH NllrllrI
UIM. ANIl YABD C0UNKR TIllKTY-rODKTIl
ttTr.KKT xux oiuo lkvkk.
UAIUO. - ILLINOIS. 30-7
Jobn Q. Harman. cn&a. Tbrupp
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
IRvE3.AJ1j estate
AND
HOTJS33 AQ-HNTS
lUJLLKUTOlta
OOWVKYANOKlta,
NOTA HIES PUUL
And Laud A(jcntBof tho Illinois Cent
ttud Burlington and Missouri Railroad com
panles.
rlti Dor. ol OIU at. noU o lve
JOxino, Ilunoih.
B. F. PARKER,
(Kllccctmor to.l'Hrkcr tVUlake,)
DKALXK IN
PAINTS AND OILS
ViirnlaliPN, UraktitN,
WALTj PAPER,
WINDOW flUAblH,
lid the oelebratpil illumlnatlu
AURORA OIL,
BUOBB' LUILDINO 00H llXH'BT, OOM
, lrtlBOIAroaVf,
COMMIMI09 MRHCIIANTfl.
WOOI) R1TTKNHOUSK
.FLOUR
BKO
4.
i
tmr.
AB .
4.
General Oommionion
MorobanlK
m OHIO LKVBK
C.CJiOSK,
QENEKAL COMMISSION MEHCHAHT
And doaler In
Limb, Usubht, Puistu, Uaib, Ktc.
Ho Ohio lvrfi,
t3Tl will aell in oar load lota at manutt
turcrn' prlcea, adding Ircliibt. 4-2-11
J. M. FillLLll'S,
Forwarding and Corouiisnion
M1CR0UANT,
WUAHl'-HOAT PROPHIETOH.
prepared l forwanl all kliidi of freight
to till polnta.
liuxlncaa attended to uromptlv.
(J. 1). WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GItOOEIt,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
i- And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
o. 7 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS
J3Tpecial attention given to conML-n-
mcnta and lllllni: ordera.
11-2 ti
MILLER k PARKER,
.GENERAL COMMISSION
FOKWAKDIHa ilKIiCHAliTB,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
, Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ion FAIIIBANIC'3 boales
'f )hio Lgyed. CAIRO. ILLINOIS
Ttralton;
j. STRATTON & BIRD.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Acehts American Powder ; ompanv
No. 57 Ohio Lovcc,
CAIRO,
ILLINOIS.
II. Tblstlewood. P. J. Thmtowood
TIIISTLEWOOD & CO.,
UKilKUAL
Com MiaaioN MuucnAiiTfl
DKALUIIH IN
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY, ETC
No. 78 OHtO l.EVEK,
Caiho,
ll-2tf
II.H.NOIri.
PK T K R 0 U H L,
FLOUR MERCHANT
ANI
MILXiERS' J.3-T12:rrT.
K. MO OHIO .KVZK,
340 tf. OA1RO, ILLINOIS
P. MATUUHS.
K. C. UK I.
AIAT1LUSS & mils
3to bw JvieiDiasrca-
AND OKNEKAL
Commission jM kuoiuntu
DKAI.KllH IN
HAY AND WEBTltN TUODUOE.
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN R. PHLLIB & SON,
(UuMGnaoru to John 11. 1'hlllli,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MK110IIANTH
AND
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATB
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AQKNTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
POWDER COMPANY.
L'ou. Tehth Btukkt and Onto Lnvr.s
OjrT OOJtOKItT
4lh
Grand Gift Concert
For tho benefit of the '
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
Success! Assured !
A FULL DRAWING CKHTAIN
ON TUESDAYIstof MARCH NEXT.
IN order to meet Hie general wish and
expectation of tho publlo nnd ticket hold
era for the lull payment or tlio tuagnlllcont
allts, nnnounrcd for the Fourth flrnnd Girt
Concert of tlio Public Library of Kentucky,
,lio manaircmcn'- have determined to post
pono tlio Concert nnd Drawing until
TUESDAY, tho Slat of March 1871.
They have already realized
NO FORTH ER POSTPONEMENT
And have a gTcat many agent ytt to hear
Irom.
No doubt la entertained of tlio Palo ol
every ticket bol'oro tlio drawing, but
wbctlior all aro Fold or not the drawing will
pokltlvcly and uncqtllvornlly taVc piano on
tho day now fixed, and II any remain un
told tliey will bo cancclloil ami tho prlpi
will be reduced in proportion to tho unsold
ticket.
Only CO.OOO ticket bnvn bnenlMlied, and
X3 OOO CASK GrID'TS:
$1,500,000
will bo dlttrlblitod among )c ticket hold
fff. The tlckctM are printed lu coupon ol
tetitlw, and all fractional parlx will bo ri-pre-aunled
In the drawing Just iu v.'bfile, tb kcts
ure.
unr or oirrn. -
Ono Grand O.iMi Gilt tiV) 00
Ono Grand Caih Ultt .v ltKI W)
Ouo Grand Cvh Gift ., MWI
Ono Grand Cah Girt (k
Ono Grand Caili ilft 17 Ml
10 Cah GIIU ZU),t,m finch 1WI (XV)
rMkhiim ii.ihjo earn. . .... iro wo
MCa'.h Gift
1 000 each 60 000
nnocach 40ooo
400 each 40 000
3(0 each 4". tm
&0(,'ah (illU
100 Caih Gifts
lMCah GlfW
2U) Caih Gifts
&U Cuh GlftH
11,000 Cash Gilts
'M) each M 000
100 oach '. W
&0 each ....... r.W 000
Total, 12,0C0 Gifts all Ca'li, amount
flip to -. $1 m 000
Tho cbaucca for a Gilt aro as one to live.
rwcE or tickkts.
Wholo llckcta .... 00
Ilalvcg 00
Tcntln, or rach'coupon ' n w
11 Wholo ticket ror ... &00 Oo
2IJ TlckeU for ..... l,ooo 00
1W Wholo l- cti Tor - - 5,000 00
227 Whole ticket Tor - - 10,000 00
No discount on legs than $500 worth ol
tickets.
Tho Fourth Gift concert will bo conducted
in all respect, like, the tlirao that have al
ready been ivivoii, and lull particular) may
be learned Irom circulars which will be out
free from this ollice to nil who apply ror
them, i
Orders for ticket and applications for
agencies will bo attended to lu tho order
thoy aro received, and it is hoped they will
bo sent in promptly, that thero way bo no
diaapolntment or delay Instilling all Lib
eral term aro given tuthdSOAtho buy to sell
SJsifSu toH'cSitf'iV! iWUu'and fa
turn all uiieold tickets by "tho 20th day of
March. THOS. K. lUtAMLHTTE,
Asent Publlo Library.-Ky., nnd Manager ol
GUt Concert, Ptibllu Library bnlldiDg,
Loullile, Jv'y.
FECIAL &AY0BmG&
YAIULLd. LESSON, EVO,
?or Flavoring Icq Crcatn, CakC3 L Pa9try.
"With gront enro, by a new process, wo
rstnict from tho true, select i'Vutfs nnd
Aromatlcs, each characteristic flavor nni'
produce Flavorings of rare excellence.
Of great strength and perfect purity,
AO poisonous oils. Etcry Jlasor as rep
resented. No deceit each bottlo full
measure, holding one-half more than
others purporting to hold same quantity.
Use them once, will xisc no other. Tu
most delicate, delicious favors ever made.
So superior to tho cheap extracts. Asb
for Dr. Price's Special Flavorings. Man
ufaeiurcd only by
BTEELE& PRICE.
Depots, CHICAGO aod ST. LOUIS
Manufacturers of Dr. Price's Orsam
J t akin a Powder.
Ccnliir Liniment.
Tlio great dlHcovcry orttio
nge. Thoro Ih no pain which
tho Contaur Llnlniout will not
relievo, no swelling which it
Willuotaubduo, and liu lame
ness which It will not euro
.Thin Is btrong lni;uaL'0, but
Itlutrun If ! nr. lnitnTillr.
IjarfptS thureclpois printed aroumi
each bottlo. A circular containing ccrtlfl
satci ot wonderlul cures ol rhcumatUm
neuralgia, loek-jaw, upraliw, Hwelllngn,
burns, aeiilds, cakod-breast, polwinous
bites, fre.on Irot, Kout, naltrbouni.car.nclio
&.O., and tho recipe ot tho Liniment will bo
tent irratia to auvone. It is the moHt won-
itcrfyl hoallng aud pain rcllovlug agent Uio
world has over produced, It Hells us no ar
ticle cverbeforo did soil, and It tells because
It does lust what it pretends to do. Onobot
tlo of tho Centaur Liniment lor animals
(yellow wrapper U worth a hundred dol.
lurslor spavined, strained orgullod horses
und mules, aud ror bcrow-womi in sheep.
No ramlly or atook-ownor can alTord to bo
without Contuur Liniment. Prlcn, r0 cents:
aegr bottloa. ?1. J. It, Roso A Co., Wi
Hroudwoy, Now York.
CAST01UA is moru tuan a substitute tor
Castor Otl. It Is tho only hafjs arllclu In
cxisteuco which is suro to rcguluto tho bow
els, euro wlinlcoliu and produco natural
sleep, ltlspleasanttotalro. Children need
not cry und mothers may sleep. 10-7 wiy
DEMIS, HRO.j & CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS
AUHtU'U IIOltKCOTTON MILLS
-i
tit
HO. to Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
HUTCilEiUl
JACOB WALTER,
BU'TOHBB
AMD liKAUCIt IN
FR ESH MEAT,
UtaiiT Hthbet, Urtwkkm Wabhikotos
AMU COMUSnoIAt, AVITHUJB,
Idjolttttift BIMenStont im1 Unnny'x
lUpp tku bi. or llnl, I'orli, Muttoa Vfil
bumb, Sut, me,, u l trn ptprd toar
jltisnna In tho rao.t AOCflDtftlili niAOavr.-'
11YLAND & 3AUER,
A Hi) IlKAMtHH IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK EVERY DlMCRIP'Ji'ION,
Corner 10th Mrcet and Cviirmcrclal aveuu
next door to tbu Hyiuntl xaloou.
11-10 tf. OAIItO, ILLS.
JAMKS KYNASTON,
BUTCHBB
A:rn nieAi.itn n
ALL KINDS 'OF 1'RESil MEATS
ffanr ror. Twculiclli Hfrtct unit Co
moiclnt ATcnno,
ltuj'B and tlaughters only tho boat Cattle,
Hogs and Sheep, and Is prepared to till or.
Jera for Fresh Meats Irom one to ten thou
nil lw.uniU. i.mti
DR. RANSOM'S
HI YE SYRUP AND TOLU
-OR
HIOiTESr SYRUP
Dr. Cox's Hive (Croup) Syrup ha boon
known and used by Uiu medical piofcson
over 100 vears. and asarcmcdv ror Cold
aud Coughs lm mi older and better rep Jtn-
Hull fli.n ... 1.as. ...vUlUIIIU OUT
ollered to the public. It U known as tlio
Compound. Syrup ol SoulHs, und a formula
may i9 munu in every uieuicai oisneusatory.
Dr. Ransom's UIvo Syrup and Tolu, In ad
dition to tho ingredients for Cox's Hive
Syrup, contains llalam of l'ulu, decoction
oi RKiuiK uaooagD imoi nnu t,oioim, a com
bination that must commend it to every one
,as a superior remedy lor Croup, Whooping
Cough. Asthma, llrouchltls. Coughs and
CobU. Indeed lor oil all'cctions ofthe Throat
and Lungs when a cough medicine' Is
necessary.
This rfynip Is cnrclully prepared under
tho personal direction ot a regular Physi
cian ol over tweutyycars' practice, wlioao
algnaturo is attache-it to the directions on
tho bottlo.
Its tasto is very pleasant and children
Wcoit.
Kvery lamlly ahould koep It as a ready
remedy ror Croups and Colds, etc., among
tbo children.
D. Kanhom, son & Co., Propr'.s, lluilalo,
DR. J. R. MILLER'S
UNIVK158AI.
MAGNETIC BALM.
This medicine may with propriety bo
called an "Universal Remedy," as it is Tast
supersading all others us a general lamlly
niodlclne. It cures, as ir by MAGNETIC
INFLUENCE, Neuralgia and all pain, and Is
thercfora very properly termed ".Magnetic
Halm." It la purely a vegctablo preparation.
Itbas.ru cquol us n remedy for Cholera,
Cholera Morbus. p!arrha'a,Dysoutury,Collu
and all Howel Complaints.
Its timely use will euro Colds, Croup,
Diphtheria, Quinsy, and all Throat affec
tions. When properly uscd,Fover and Ague, and
other complaints Incident to our western
ami southern cllmates,uro easily broken up.
Nervous Pain, SIck-Hendachc, und Rheu
matism nro cured by this mcdlclno when all
others luivu failed. Toothache, i:.iracho.
Hums, Chilblains and llrulses aro relieved
at once by lu use.
The genuino has D. Ransom & Co.'s pri
vate, Revenue Stamp on tbo outside, and Dr.
I. R. Miller's Maguetie Halm blowu iu tho
bottlo.
Kvamluo cloncly and buy nonubut tho
gouulno.
Sold by nil Druggists. Prlco lift cents per
bottlo.
D. Random, Son & Co., Propr's, Kutlalo,
N. Y. .luu. tM-w-t.
THE NEW
ARLINGTON HOUSE
COMM KIIOIAL AVRNUI!,
Wlelween Sixth and Seventh Stroets, Cairo
iiuunis.
T. R. KLLIS. ProptJolor.
Tho New Arlington ilotiso is now open
for tho roceptlon of guests, Tlio lioiiso is
located In tho heart ol tho business portion
ol tho city, nnd convenient to utcauiboa
bindings and railroad depots, Good saniplo
rooms tor commercial ugonis. vt aicu ;aupi
day and night for boats uuii trains.
r i-Bi-ii.
THtPARKERCUN v .
' SCHD STAMP rORtlRCUlAft,
, PARKER BRlM
mST MER1DEHjCT,
COAI,
C. 0. 0. 0.
CAIRO CITY COAL
COMPAHT,
Is prepared lo aupply customers with tho
best (Uiallty of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ooa.hl.
OIIDKILS lelt at Halllday llroa. olllco. on
Ohio Lnvec. or at Hie Coal Yard below tho
St. Charles Hotcl.wtll recolvn prompt atten
tion. Tho TU(l "Montauk" vIII bring coal
lotigsldii to ateamcra nt any hour.
k II IDEM
wszkas
FOB
50 Dollars
FARMERS, ;
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
It
THEBBTlHlMWQnLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition;
Indianapolis Exposition;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
AND
Georgia State Fair ;
ron ceinc
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
SMI
Sewing; iaciiie
US?" For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or lieauy Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where ve have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Purchasers;
Noodles for all Sowing
Moohinos for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exchange.
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c., and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Miscellany,
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Mn MacMiifi Co.;
CLEVELAND, OHIO.
FURNITURE
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LOW PRICES.
I tnko ploasuro in calling,
the attention of tho public to t
my fesh nnd full stock of'1
now and elegant Furniture, atf
mv Tritrniturn nnrl ATfitnuiM " "
Factory, corner BertjnteentK',,
Street and "Washington Av-.
nue. My stock embraces
"Bedtcada, "Wadrobet, Bu,'1
rcaua, Sideboards, Waab.
stands, Tables, Cliaira, "Bug- ' J
gics, "Aratrasscs and, in word, "T
all (hat is uaoful or ornaj.
incntal in my lino.
This being tho only manu1'
factory of Furniture in tbia,',,',
city, I propose offering bottor'
goods at lower pricoa, andV '
haVo mad a largo reduction;!
in tlio prices of all my goods'.' .'l
Call and cxamino my took'"'
and sennro mi outfit of cboicettu;
Furniture. To tho wholesalo vT
iraao x oucr spocuu inauco- u.-rr
mciUs. Nolo tbo place w0"
Corner Seventeenth Street an'T:'""
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills. t r
Wm. EIOHHOFP;
Wholosalo anil ltotail Dealer in Fur-.
niiuro and Matrasses. j
" Td b. M
l'roKpectu Tor 187i-JSETEfrHIBAjfc,.,rTic
THE ALDINE.
s.0 1 u
An iiuiairnwu muiiUf Juurniu, uuiTeriHj.""-
admitted to bo tlio Uandiomeat period -jt lt
leal In tho World. Aropreatatatlvft
uiidchamnlonorAmerlcantaMr?. ?tjtJ
Hat fon Bali ik Joor oh Xim troui ',"'''
.J Li"
tho Aiume, wnno Hauea wita aH tbo re "
iiiaruj, uaa none oi iuo temporary or una- v7.w
ly IntoreBt clmractcrUtla or ordinary pit ' .
odlcala. It la an elegant mlacellany ol pur "
light and Kracotul literature ; and a collee-'wii
tin, nl nl.tll... tlin nA. .n.nln.n 4
tlMlcrtUII, In black and white. AHbiutk'1'
each iiiccoodlne number affordi ftajikijv
pleasure to Its lriends, tha real value, and
beauty or U'ho Aldlne will be molt appracl
atod alter it haa been bound up at tha cloaa aisva
ot tuo year, wuno otuar puuucauont mar ,
idnlm simnrfor fihnnnnaaa. na fl'jmnared wltA
rii'ttld nr .. ufmlln nl... tlm r.lfllnft fa Bffi tin. r
nppro.icnou aosoiutety wiuiouc concopuoa
A.KT DKl'AUTMENT, 174. ii V
The illuitratlOM or tbo Aidlno bava woa V
a world.wldo reputation, and in tha art oca- I'sitt.
Ire a ot, h.uropo it la an admitted tact mat ..
ltd wood cuta are example of tha hla;hat '
perloctiou over atuvned. xne conoc tier.
iircjudlco In favora' "etcel plitea," la rap- . . j.
Idly yielding ton kw. educated and da,,J
v.nf .1... Mm niK'tinlair.. nf mnitrlflF ArtlaUrt . .
ijiiniiij' milt uica.vi v. ..uuvmw.
uy iuoh. iiorau auu J. u. noauwaru, w .i
iuv tuniuuu ihuq lur ion Tf m cuuuuu
Kncclai deaiena annronriato to the teaion. '.,
by our beat artUu, aud will aurpai la aV
irautiona any oi u preueccaaora.
PllEMIUMS FOlt 1174.
Kvery nubacrlbcr to tbo Aidlno tor ta
year ls7t will rccolve a pair of chromoa
The orlKlnal plctiiroa were painted la oil lo
tho publliiherii or the Aiding, by Thoma
Uorau,;whoao great olorado plctorei and
purclnasd by oongreaa for ten tnouand
dollars.. Tho subjecU were uboaon to rep
rcKontten thoueand dollars. The lubjocu
were choaea to rcproaeut "The Kut" and
The 'Weht." Ono la a vlow In the White
Mountains, Now llanuahtre; the other
gives tha Ollffa or Green rtver, Wyomlncr
territory. The cbromon are eaeb worked
J . . 1 1 .. .11 41..... . I - . . . KHA In .1
11(1111 LllllkV UlUkUli;!' 1'lUVUa, BUI.1 MU Vl&W .
(l'Jxlll) and nppearanco exact fac-almllei of "
uiu oriuinaia. .
" ISWAUK. N. J.. Sept. 20. 137J. . t
.MuKtira. .lames button s Co. .
(lK.Nn.KMKN I am dellebted with tha
proofs In color ot your ehremos. They ar
wonderlully auccoMlul ropreaentatlona by
mechanical process of the origlnalpalntingfj.
Very rospoelfuUy, Tnos. Muvan.
Theaa ehromoa aro In every aente AmerU
can. Thoy are by an orlnal American pro
cosj, with material ot American taaaurac
turo,from delf,roa or American scenery by
an American painter, and presented to ub
acrlbcnt to tho tlret succeaaful American
Art douma). U no better beoause of all
tbla1, they will certainly poaaoss an tnterasl
no foreign production can laaplre, and net
llier uro thoy any the worse fr by reason of
peculiar facilities or production they cost
tho publishers only a trine, wtule equal U
overy roppoct toother chromoa that are sold
thinly fordoubla tho subscription price of
tho Aidlno.
If auy. subscriber should Indicate a ere
fereuco for a tlfruro subject, the pabllahers
will send "Thoughts ot Home" a new ant
bcatirul chromo, Ux20 Inches, representing
a Itttlu ltallau. exile whose speaking eye
betray the Ionising, ot his heart,
?5 per annum, in advance, with Oil Ohro
mos free.
For f50. gkntb xxtua, the ohromoe,
mounted, varnlihod. and prepaid by malL
Tbo Alii Iuo will, hcresltor, bo obtainable
only by Hiibacrlptioii, There will no be re
diuudor club rate; cash ror aubacrlptlon
nmtitbe aont to the publlabera direct, ev
banded to the local canvasser, wtUout re.
uponslblUty to the pubUahers, except In
cuua wliero Uie.eertltlcate Is (jlven. bearing ,
tho raclmlle aU;nature of James Sutton A Go.
CANVASSERS WAHT1SD.
Any person wishing to act pemaneotly
oa a local canvasser will receive ruM as)
prompt Inlomation by applybfg to
. 68 Jklaiden 1am New York
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