LHUI8TIAN CHUKCH-KlkUU Street
between WMniwMnua vreiBuv.
l'reachli every third ud fourth Sunday ,
suntuy poaooi ai p. . .
I'rayer tutting Wednesday evtala:.
KB Tkimbuc, Pastor.
PltKAHYTKRIAN aukf Street.
l'reachltur. Sabbath at 104 m. and 74 D.aa
I'rayer MetUf , Wedneeder at 71 P. m.
Sabbsth tkaool, S p.B. J. M. I aart ,
peruueaaani. klmy. a. ibiiu, jtmmi
ETUODI8T. Cor. Efefcth aad Wetau Ma.
rrcacjunf , oaoDau at 11 a.u. i p. a
I'riur maatlnr. WadnssdAY. 71 DJL
habbath School. . P.m. U W. MUhrell.
iiuoorlntenuent. ubv. j. ii. niuu,
luubuu or thjc rkdckmw (ttoo
lorntng prayer. Bebbeta 10 a.m.
KTaaiBjc prayer. 7 P
Hthhatk School. a.a.
HIT. CllAN. A. QtLSKKT.
aT. PATHICK'8 CHUHGM Mtfttk St aad
W aablBfira Atmu.
Public moe, Bakbatk 8:10 aad 194. a..
Serviee every day, 8 a..
Uxr. P. J. O'Haiaoka-4, frlert.
sT. JOSEl'H'B CUUROIL-iOamao,) cor
ner ul Walnut and Crota street.
liMU, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. a.
V espers, a p. m.
Mass during week dayi, 8 o'clock a. m.
Itav. C. UorrttiH, Priest.
street between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday nomnjr at 10 a'alock.
sabbaUiBehool at 1 o'clock p. at.
Kn j. Vvwmamntm. I'utor.
lUtINU MKM'ii CHKIST1AM ABBOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Jfoaday
each month at tkalr room over Rockwell
A ( Va book atora, Coasnar elal avnu.
Weakly l'rayar nutting, vriday, 7 p.ia.at
L. W. Btillwiix, President.
4kXONI t MISSION Alt! BAPTIST
l.'HUHCU. Corner Syeawore aad Korty-
Urst Btroet. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. ta.
riuuday School 1 o'clock p. ni.
'I'be church It connected with the Illinois
Association, by the Ktrst&liMlonsry Hap-
tUt Church ol Cairo.
Itav. H0U)M0N LxoMakD, l'setor.
.KU1UAN MKTUODI8T. KourWtutb, ba
tween Walnut and Cadar.
Service, Sabbath. 11 e.ui.
SaVbeth School, 14 p.m.
ClaM insets at 8 p.ui.
XXIND KUKK WILL BAPTIST'-IM.
uculh HtretU, batwaan Walnut and Cadar.
Hervlcts Sabbath, 1 and p. tn.
Kbv. N. Kicca, Paator.
rUKK WILL BAPTIST UOHX ktlBUIOM
SAB11ATU HCUOOL. Cornar Walnut
nd Cedar Straata.
Sabbath School, 0 a.B.
riusi riutx will baptist chubcu
SarTloai, Sabbath 11 a.m., 1 p.m. A 74 p. m.
Rbt. Wm. Kbixbt, Paator.
riUST M1S910NABY BAPTIST CUUKCU.
-Cadar. batwaaa Ninth and Tanth Bta.
PrtacblnK Sabbath, 104 an. and 71 p.m.
l'rayar meaOnf . Wadnaaday iTtnloj.
1'reachlnK, Vnday atanln .
Stbbath School, 14 p.m. John VanBaxUr
uJ Mary SUphoni, 8upartnUadBU.
IIBY. T. J. 8BOBJW, l'artor.
(kCONU BA1T1BT CI1UBCB Kourtaanth
stteet, betwean Cadar and Walnut. The
ouir BapUit church racognlaad by the Aa
toclatioo. Strvictt, babbath, 11 a.m. S p.m. and 7 p.m.
Brv. Jacob Budut. Uder.
CAUto commaxdSxt, HO. U.-bUUd
AaaamUy attha Asylum MaaoBic Ball, flnt
and third Monday! 1b each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No.M. Bagular Cobto
catlon at Maaonlc Ball, the second Friday
in each month.
(jAIKO CHAPTER No. 71.-Hegular Con
vocation at Maaoalc Ball, on tha third
Tueaday ol (Terr month,
OAJKO LODGE, Re. M7 F.A A. M.-Haru-lar
CoBununlcattonj at Maaonlc Ball, the
tscood and fourth Mondayi of each month.
ALKXAMUEU LODGE, 2U ItaeU In Odd
Vallowe' Ball, In Alter"! building, every
Thuradty aTenlng at 8 o'clock.
Governor John L. Beveridge.
Uoutenant-QoTernor ... .
feerretary of SUta George B. Barlow.
Auditor of State C. E. Llpplncott.
auto Treaaurer Cuper Butz.
Attorney General Jamee K. Edaall.
Supt. Public Initruction Newton Bateman
rianatora Blchard J. Ogleiby and John A.
lUpreMntatlve Elghtaenth DUtrlct Liacc
MEMBERS OENEBAL ASSEMBLT.
BtpreicnUtlTee In the 60th tlUtrlct.
,'ohn II. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
w J. Inacore.
Senator for tha 60th dlrtiict. Jeue W are.
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Mate' Attorney Patrick B. Pope.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. Irrin. .
Wm. MartlB Aaaaeeer and Treaauror.
Purveyor John P. Bely.
Judge- F. Broea.
Aieociatae-J. E. MeCrtte and . Marchil
Clerk Jacob Q. Lyscb.
Coroner John H. OoeimaB.
MUNICIPAL "GO VEltNMENT.
Major John Wood.
Treasurer B. A. CUBaingham.
Comptroller E. U. KaUU.
Clerk Michael Bowler.
Attorney B. WaUoa Webb.
Police Magiitratea K. Brota and J. J.
Marshal and Chlofof PeUce Wm. MuBale.
Street Commissioner D. J. Galllgan.
Members Police Porce A. Cain sargent,
W. W. WooUn, Phillip Belm,Chu. Mebnet
snd Henry T. Martin.
BOARD OF ALDBkMBN.
first ward Ulram BUby and J. M.
Second ward Hermaq Mayors and Wood
UtUnhoute. . ,r
Third ward John McKweu and Y. Kors-
"Fourth ward-C. K. NeUls and M. J.
KlJUi ward Jno. B. Uoblnton and Wm.
For Sale at Wholesale or RoUil
00BN1B 320-iTatlCIT AND OBIO LBV It
Mineral Spring Water,
AND IILALEH IN
BOTTLED ALB AND CIDER,
OUI0 LETEE, between 2d and 4tk8ti.
S-4-2-tf. aA1BO' ixxs
rabllaaUaai mm, lletlai Ball4lB
saslliei saatter osi eaery atnara
TUUR3DAY, APRIL 10, 1874.
THE BENDER MYSTERY.
ADDITIONAL PAItTICULAIW CON-
t'BBHIBO THE AKUKST OK
TUE SUPPOSED HEAD
The Silt Lake'Her.ld1 contain tbo.lul
lowing additional matter reirarJIne "the
arrest or the suppoied Kamsi butchor:
bout (wo montha
tbu oily that
OLD 111.1 IlKNllKK
had been captured in Savior county in the
southern part of this luriitory.
The officers of this citv forwerdi-d de
scriptions ef tbo fan-iily to tho utllcisra in
Sevier county and received aniwers that
the old man was undoubtedly tbo verila
ble Kansas butcher. A liijotonrauli wn
taken of tho mis hud sent to bli former
neighbors, who pronouncod It tho picture
of the elder Bender. Mticu then nothing
further lias been beard from Knniaf. but
yesterday the accused was brought to tlilc
city by Deputy Sheriffs J. L. Poutz and
A. L. Karnsworlb, of Sovicr county, and
lodged in the city Jail, By tho tlmo tho
party reached the citv hall tho nowi thitl
IIBNIIXH HAD AhRlVZIl
was clrculatod through th city, and
crowds (locked U tao tho mun who hail
created such a sensation, and about whom
so touch had Ueri written. To uratifv
the multitude the jailer removed tho man
from the roll in which ho had boon placed
to the pnauu hall, end admitted Uuxttna
ol the crowd. The old man mav Lo
Bonder, ho looks villainous eunuch to ho
that murdorer. Ho Is Hbout 11 vo feet uiht
inehes in heluht. has k hiumju.
lar framo, broad shoulders and
coariu atieular build: ho i
slightly itoop-ihouldcrcd and quite hoi.
low-breasted; his beard 1a full, lung, griz
zled unkeapt, and hangs in twisted locks ;
his hair is grey, unshorn and uncowlod,
and hangs in tangled locks about hit face
and shoulders ; bo has a quick, gray eye,
set deep in the socket, which bo rolls
around with a crazv. searching staru.
causing an unpleasant sontation to seize
one on whom they are turned. His com
plcxtion Is fair, but bis face and linndi
are bronzed with exposure. When sit
ting his hands fall loosely botweeu his
legs, bis head Is bent forward, nnd tho
which he wears makes him a picture any
thing but pleasant to comtcmplate. He
is a German of the lowe.t cUs, and gives
evidence of being most dopravod. lei
terday afternoon at tbo jail several Ger
mans and speakers of various languages
closely questioned him, but bis
answers generally were unin
telligible Sometimes ho would an
swer in good German, but at other times
bo would talk for minutos in a language
of gibberish unknown to all present. In
answer to questions in Gertmn. he said be
was a native of Wurtemburg, but came
to ibis country wben he was lourteen years
oi age, ana is now nity-tour years old
Be said his name was Johannes Koch.
which be wrote in a plain hand, as also
several othor words. He statr-d that ha
camelo this country on the railroad from
New York; he said that ho had never
been married and was a farmer. Wben
asked anything about fail arret t, if be was
sienaer, u be oaa ever been in Kanscs.
be pretended not to understand,and would
IULLK.V, STl'UUOR.V MLENCK.
During the Iwbole afternoon ho was
much excited fcaud very nerv
ous ; bis bands trembled. and
be would frequently start. but
immediately regain his self-potiesilon.
Some who saw him expressed the thought
that he was crazy, and all were satlsat-d
that ir he were Jiender he was playing
his game with a degree of skill worthy of
that great criminal.
Bender, ii be bo that villain, was ar
rested about two months ago, seven miloi
south of Richfield, Sevier county, He
had come out of the mountains, and was
traveling westward. When found, bis
clothes were ragged, and he wore
on bis feet a pair of old boot
legs, fastened together with strings.
lie was charged with bint: tho Kansas
butcher, whon he held up his hands and
said in broken .English that llondor's lit
tle Angers wero not oil". ( He had lost both
his Ongers.) Since that timo he cannot bo
induced to refer to Dendcr. Since bis cap
turo be has been kept in jail at Manti.
San Pete county, and has made four inef
fectual attempts to oscape. uno timo ho
succoedod in gottlng about f0 yards from
the jail when he was discovered. Ono
night on the journey to this city ho tried
to elude tbo guard and mako his escape
through a win low. lie has tmon brought
to this city for safe keoping, and will re
main at tho city jail until tho ofllcnrs hav
ing him in charge ran hoar from Kannis.
MILLER & PARKER,
FI.OUK, CORN, OATS, HAY, &o.
Agcnta for FairbaukV b'calec
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
D.AYBK. K. J. AYKRS
AYEKS & CO.,
QENEllAL COMMISSION MKKUHANTS
No. 7H liBVBB.OHIoUAian, lt.Tjt.
H, A. Thorns L. U. Thorns
THOM8 k iftlOTHEH,
Buooesosrs to 11. M.Uulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DBALBH8 lH
tasle ma Fststejr Urorerlea,
Foreign and Uomestiu
184 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, . . ILLINOIS.
A. J.KOK PI. 1).
Offloa ovar Thorns & Dro's. crocarr stoi
Ho. 134 Commercial avenue, corner Eights,
street, stesiuenoe corner w aldington aye
bub ana t ouneenta sireei.
I'i THE CAIRO CITY
U COM PA NY
t) Aie tircpaicd to ni.ply customers I
It with tho bot
o nn a I .
I.KAVi: OltllKIN AT ,
ririliillldiiv llni.N olll.c. No. T0i
Ohio U- ', i .
A I r-jTIIallliiavlliii.'. Wliarnmal; 'A
1 riTAt i:ypllan Mill-; or 1
I ESTAt thti coal dump, f't ol,
Jj Tliiny-idshtli Knct. 1 Jj
Special Inducements to Lirge Consumers
Smith II Brinkmoyer
C Clothing C
H t H
To Order In the l.ati'.1
FA8HI0KABLE STYLES "
Cairo Box and Basket Co,
OK AI.I. KINIi?, 1IAKI) AMI SOFT,
Keep constantly on hand
Mill and Vard, CoD"crn',,!V S
') and Ohio Lcvc
VANILLA. LEMON, ETO.,
?or Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes & Pastry.
With trcnt. rare, hv a new nroccss. WO
sxtraet frum tho true, select Fruit and
Aroraatlcs, each charactcristlo flavor unt'
produce Flavoring f rare excellence.
Of great itrength and perfect purity,
Jvo voUonou oils. Ecem navor at rtu-
rtie'nttd. No deceit each bottle full
measure, holding one-half more than
omer purporting io torn tame quantity.
Uie them once, will use no other. Thi
most dtlicatc. delicious flavors evermai'.e.
o eupenor to mo cnean txtructa. ask
lor nr. race's special i lavorings. ilaa
ufacturcd only by
Depots, CIIICAUOaod ST. LOUIS
Manufacturers of Dr. Price's Cream
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
S HKhll NI'Hl.XJ UUStUN
M It S . M . JAOKUOiN,
(Formerly Mrs. 3wand(rs,)
snuouncoB tliut slio has Ukt; opened a larg
assortment ot Mm
Millinery Uoods to be found in the market
She will keep on hand
Hats, Bonnkts, Flowkbh, Humous,
Dukbs Trimmings or Ai.i. Kinds,
Ladies Fubnishinq Qoods, Motions,
Collars, Unubbhlbkvks, Ruwb,
And all goods found la millinery storoa, all
ot which will be disposed ol at the lowest
cash prices. Sirs. Jackson respectfully
asks a continuation of the pataonage which
has been so llbeiully hestsowed upon her by
the ladles of Cairo and the vicinity.
A ; . - a
I 'ashington Ave
.Sear Klthlh St.
The only reliablo Gift Diitributlou In tbo
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
L. D, SINE'S
10CTII IlKQULAn MONTHLY
io ho drawn Monday, .May, Uh, IS"'
TWO OltA.Nl) UAl'ITALS 01'
$.,000 Kncli In (Jrceiilinti.
Two Prir.es $1,000 each ir, Oroonhacks 1
riTe rrizos ouu eacn in ureonuncks I
Ton Vtlzoi 100 oacb in Greenbacks I
1 HorH :ml Uiil'l'V. w It Is "llvir-iiioiinli'il
lianifK-, north trm. One Klia-toneil
Ito-cwooil rj:u'o, wortli fMOl
Tell Family SewlliL- slanlilnua . . unrll.
ilW) each I Klvn (Inld AV.it liri ami li:iln.
woitliTOOracli ! Klvu (lold Aincrii an Hut-
tlnif Walrhc, worth tl'icacli.
I llunlliii; u.ilcln .-. worth
?00(!olil and Silver Lever Hunting Watches
(in all,) worh from f'JO to jmNfcarlit
(lohl i:haln, .Sllvcr-waro, .leuclry, Ac, Ac.
NUMIIKll OV (IIFTH r,,M). TlCKKTS MM-
KIKll 10 W.M).
OKNTS WANTKll TO SKLL TICIfKTS
to whom liberal premium will bo a!d.
HINOI.B TICLBT8 ;jl; SIX TlCKfcTH t.1
T'WKLVB TlCKKTS 810 TUKMV-KIVK
Tick una S20.
Circulars contaimni: a run list of time.
a (If ncrlDtion ol the manner of dran liiL'. and
other information In referrencc to the dl-
trlhution, will lo bent to any ono ordi rlng
them. All letters mutt be addrcsoed to
MAIN OFFICII, L. 1). SINK, HOX
101 W. Ulth St. CINCINNATI. ().
Vuloan Iron Work1
COM MEUCIA L A VKX U E,
JOHN T. RE NNIE, V v i
Forqes anij 1'ii'E Fitting,
NTS AM ENtilnrM, HILI., NTE.1HHOA1
Manutacturcd and repaired.
.Special attention given to IMit and hcavv
forL'Int;, house, bridge, railroad and jail work
and all work of a similar character.
Steam and gas titling In all Its branches.
A full assortment ot Morris, Tusker ,fc Od'i
l'hlladolphla pipe mid tlttingx. Hruss goods
etc., and can fixtures always on band.
FIFING OF 1IOUSE FOlt OAa
MADB A SPECIALTY.
Agent tor Cameron s special steam pumr.
and bolter leedcr. The best manufactured.
Coil's patent nyphon pumps, and .ludson'l
patent governor and governor valve.
Tho following engines, etc., for i-aln :
Two steamboat engines, 18 inch bore ol
cylinder; live foot stroke, and In good order.
One hteamboat sliatt and crank; wrot iron
One engine for hoisting freight; 7JX10.
One 10X20 saw mill cnglua, with sliatt and
crank for muly or gang saw, becontl hand.
One new 7X12 engine; my own maimfac
Also, a nocDiid-uand stave cutting ma.
chine and Jointer, and warehouse) hoisting
maahtne, lu good order.
Knglnes aud machinery of all kinds bought
Tho great discovery or the
age. There lano pain which
the Centaur Liniment will not
relieve, no swelling which It
will not subdue, and no lame
ness which It will not cure
.This Is strong language, but
it lu tniA fIa nn lidmhlli'
iprTpa: tho recipe is printed around
each bottle, A circular containing eertln
cates of wonderful cures ol rhcumutlni
uouralgla, lock-Jaw, sprains, swellings,
burns, scalds, caked-brtasts, poUonoiis
bites, frozen leet, gout, naltrheuiu.car-Hcho
lie,, and tbo recipe ol the Llmmont will bo
tent gratis to anyone. It Is thu most won
dorful healing and pain rellevlnir ugunttho
world has ever producad. It sells as no ar
ticle ever before did sell, and It sells because
It does Just what It pretcii.lH to do. One bot
tle ol tho Centaur Ltuluiont lor unliuals
(yellow wrapper) is worth a hundred do)
lars for spavinod, strained or gulled horsei
and mules, und for si row-worm hi sheep,
No family or stock-owner can alford to b
without Centaur Liniment, l'rlco. 60 cents;
aegr bottles. 91. J. 11, Itosu ,t Co., bi
Hroadway, Now Vork.
CAHTOHIA is more tiiuii a niostliuio lor
Castor Oil. It Is Uie only safk article In
existence which is sure to regulate the bow
els, cure wlndcollo and tiroduco natural
sleep, It Is pleasant to tako. Chlldronneed
not cry and mothers may nlocp. 10-7 wly
C.W. DUNNING, W.'P.
ItESlDKNCE-corner Mnlh und Walnut
sirveis. uniee corner sixth street and
Ohloleveo. Otllce hours froia U a, m to
lm,, and 0 p. in
"COCK OF THE WALK!"
AlidlcU" l.iihr (If -Irot to let the iicnnt.
know that lie . Mill living anil doln lm..
Ilcat hU old tand In Cairo, nlld in rcadv to
reorlw anv order from the i-lty nr rnunirv
fur .-od.i Water, ( tdcr, .Mo, and St. I.ouf.
He lia id-o cninuieiierd the manufacture
of the celebrated lt-lf:i-t (iinaer Ale. which
l lint up In mkI.i water bottlcK. niul U the
tllie-t beverage ever yet lilaiiur.ictilied for
family uf. voi-ii-l-lm
HIVE SYRUP AND T01A!
Dr. (.'l'. lllln ri'rrlllln Ki'rili, I,.. I..,...,
klKIWU itlld llred llV Urn mi'ill, -it ,.,i.r..u.l....
o or KKI year-, anil n u rcintdy tur Cold
ami t,(iulii hu". an older and belter reii.il.i.
Hun than any other Couli liiediuliio ever
ollored tu tho jitiblle. It h known an thu
Citminmiil S.'rim .if w.itdij . i.
......... . , . i.f. .nil, iifiiiHH.i
may l, totind in every medical dl-iicmalnry.
(ijiibiiiii unc ryrup anil rout, in ad.
lltlftll tit tllA ttW.riillll.tlly fi.r (..vu lit. . .
Syrup, contain. filaiu ot 1'nlu) (ieeoctbm
ol Skunk Cabhasi) Knot and Lobelia, n com-
hltlHtiun tlltltltll ffKlllllntlil I, In nlnn. n.,..
, ' " " - v . J ..III!
ui a KUpurlor remedy lor Croup, Whooplne;
udp-ii, .milium, iirnui'iiiti. cotif,'Ii and
CoMk, Indeed lor all atlcctlonit of the Tlirnt
and Lungs when a coiigh medicine Ik
This Syrup ii carefully prepared under
tho personal direction ol a regular I'hynl
clan ol over twenty year' practice. who?o
Ku;iiiiru is uu.icntu io me direetlon on
tho bottle. '
lit tafitn 14 VefV Tltdant inil rliU,tf.n
like It. '
Lvery lamlly eliould keep It as a ready
remedy for Croups and Cold, etc., among
I). Kankom, Stwi Co., IVoprV, lltillato,
DR. J. R. MILLER'S
'I'lllal tllOiltoInn ttlll stlla atfwvlAtf l.A
- ("hiiki nitii ('tut iirit i it;
called an "I'nlvcrcal IteniPdy," as It N" fat
tui)crcedint' all others a a treneral lainllv
medicine. It cure, a- if by M A O.N Kilt.
IN'KI.l'KN'CK, Neut alKla ami nil pain, and N
iiii-il-kiiu very iniieiij- irriueil ".MaKiiclle
Halm." It Njiurely a vegetable preinratl:)n.
Ithairo enual a.armeily lor Cholera,
Cholera Morbus, Dlarrhica,ly!.ciitary,Collii
nml nil ItAlvnl ('nmnUliil.
Its timely ue will euro Colds, Croup.
Diphtheria, (Julnsy, and nil Throat tUTec
Wlienprojieily u.-i:d,Kevcr and Ar'tle.and
uiuci v;uii(iia(i(ii. KlUKtL'lu 1(1 (HIT WC.11CIU
.i ..it ....
aun i-uiiuiuiii euiiKuei,;iro eamy iiroKeii up
VnrvAil. l.-iln l.lll..l. ..!.. .....I I, ......
niatlm are cured by tills mcdlcli'io when all
.(....... , ..11.. i ... ... .. .. .
jiin.i.1 ii. i, u (.iinu. looiiKicne, i.araciie,
Itllrnu. Illilllilnlni. fitnl llrnl...a ... .-.!(. ...... I
T ... . .....iw. ...V .tiil.ll.ll
at onco l,y its use.
1'liA -nlinlnn li'iu II P00...1.1 1. n ..f
. . "u" "in . v w. n i(,-
ir liiueime niainji on tne outslilu.and ur.
J. It. Jllllei's Magnelio Halm blown in tho
K.vamlno ilnseli- m,l Imv nnnn I. (it In.
som uy all Druggistc. l'rlcc cents per
I). Hansom, son ,tCo., l'rnpr's. HuOalo,
' ' .fmi. 'J8-vJJt.
H. MAXWKLIi It CU.,
aianufacturcrs and Dealers In
MACHINE & BUKNICJIOILS
Al-o Agents for the
No. 71!,.N'orth;.Maluo Street,
fiCHD STAMP FOR CWCULMl
, PARKER BROX
Dlt. C.K. Dofiil.AS, being ilelermlned io
fecll in ie-y Dental opcl-.itl !iaTc.
Sited and I cAii iiI-IiimI IiU I l,nlal Parlm-i. Vo,
7, i:ighth street, and Is now reculvlug iVom
. White .V .l(ibnmi. ol I'hlladelphla,
semi-weekly, the kirgi'-t nud llnet a'ioil
liiciit of Dental (iooil. ever ulleivd In this
elty, and a gmxl n- can bo found in the
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Mado afpecliillty.not any of lliu '"II, iiiNera.
Me, -puugv woik tlial (lii'i'i out. Iealiig
teeth cut,'" "llled, ilNeolniTil, and often de.
clrojcd, , , ,
Perfect (loldi'li !ems-piit 111 n solid und
clurablo um thu invlteil metal ll-cll',
Special attention glu ii lo the treatment id
Children' Teeth. l'lirviiU by hnvliig their
Cliliren's Teeth I'Yninlucd nceali)nally,
would sac them mileh suHcrlng and de
funnily In after jears.
Dr. ihiiiglaii id'oiilve.irartleiil.ir nttenlloii
In Meeliaiilcid DcntUlrv, havlligsrciucd I lie
righttollseDlMlVATT 'S I'ATK.NT H)I.D
AND IIUHIIIIK COMIIIXATTO.V I'LATK,
which ban been thoroughly tested and np
proved by thu best DulitM In the r.ast,uud
beyond a doubt, Urn best and llniic.it aitlll
eliil plate now lu Uie,
Teeth extracted without pain by the Use
of Nitrous Oxide (las, which Is pvricctly safe
where Judiciously administered,
170 tr u. i.'. Diiu(ii.4s.
Corner Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS,
(litte of 8t. Uui,)
BOOK BINDER AND HUNK BOOK
HLANK 1IOOICH of every description done
with noatnew and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notlco. llibles, Mimic,
Slaisazlncs and Periodicals bound neat ami
tt tho lowest ponalblo rates.
County work, such as ltccor,l, Docket
I cc Hooks, llhiil.o, etc.. made n specialty.
Hoxc. l'ocket Hooks, Knveloim, etc., niado
to onie r. tl-'it.
Buy the World-Renowned
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
Georgia State Fair )
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
lJ" For flamming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or Iwaug Goods, it is
Where we have no Ag-eiitc,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Iioacl Station of
Needles for all Sowing
Machines lor 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 Sewinff Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Wilson Mi MacMno Co.,
Xlghth Street, between Washlngtou an'1
L oiumerciai Avenue,
k NEW 1!
I take pleiwuro in calling
tho attention of the public to
my fesh and full stock of
new and elegant Furniture, al
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and "Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Bedsteads, Wadrobea, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose offering better
goods at lower prices, and
have made a large redjution
in the pvy e? of all my goods.
C?V .:.rl examine my stock
iul secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade I oiler special induce
ments. jNToto the place
Corner Sevcnteentli Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills,
Wholesale and Uctail Dealer in Fur
niture and MatranscR.
Frospeclns for 1874-SEVENTII YEAR
An Illustrated Monthly Jouni)l, universally
admitted to le tUc handsomest period
li'ul lu the World. A representative
and champion of American taste.
Hr roit tut z in iloox ou jfrws Storu
Tho Aldlnc. whilo Issued with all tha ra.
ularily, has none of tbo temporary or Una-
ly interest cuaracienauo or ordinary peri
odical. It Is an elegant miscellany ot pure
iii;ui aim Kmcciui uieraiure , ana a couec
tlon ol pictures, the rarest specimen of ar
tistic skill, In black and white. Although
each succeeding number afords a tush
pleasure to lu friends, the real value and
beauty of The Aldlne will be most appreci
ated after It has been bound up at the close
ol the year. While other publications mar
claim superior sheapness, as compared with
rival. of u similar class, the Aldlne Is an un
lijuo and original conception alone and un
approached absolutely without conception
In jirlco or character.
AKT DKl'Alt'f AIKNT, 1B74.
The illulratloni of thu Amino have won
a world-wide reputation, mid in tho art cen
tres ot Kuropo it is au admitted fast that
Its wood cut arc examples of the highest
perlectloii ever attained. The commor
jirejudlco in favoro' ''steel plates," is rap
idly yielding to a i..... educated and dls
criminating taste which recognizes the ad
vantages the advantages of superior artistic
iiuality with greater facility of production.
The quarterly tinted plates for I87i will be
by Thos. Moran and .f. 1). Woodward.
The Christmas Issue lor 1874 will contain
special designs appropriate to the season,
by our best artists, and will surpass in at
tractions any ol it predecessor.
Kvery subscriber to the Aldlne tor tU
year lb74 will receive a pair of chromos
Tho original pictures were painted In oil io
tho vublishcrs of the Aldlne. bv Thnma
Moran, whose great olorado pictures and
purchased by congress for ten thouand
dollars. Tho subjects wero chosen to rep
resent ten thousand dollars. Tbo subject
were chosen to represent "The Kast" and
'The West." One Is a view In the White
Mountain., New Uainpshlre; the other
give the Cllir of Green river, Wyoming
territory. Tho chromos are each worked
Irom thirty distinct plates, and are In size
l(ixlU) and appcaranco exact fac-sluilles ot
Nwahk, N. .1.. Sept. 'iT. 18TJ.
Messrs. James button c co. . .
(1KNTUCMK.V 1 am delighted with tbo
proofs In color of your rhremos. They are
wondcrlully sueeeiuiul representations by
mechanical process of the origtnalpalntlug.
Very rcepcclfully, Tuom. Mohin.
T1ioio ehromos are in every senso Ameri
can. They are by au oriual American pro
I'crj, with material ol American manufac
ture, f i oin doslgus of American scenery by
an Ainurtcan painter, and presented to tub
icrllx'rH to tho tlrst successful American
Ait .Inurnal. If no letter because oi all
thU, they will certainly possess an Interest
no inrelgu production eau inspire, and nei
ther are they any tho worso If by teanan ol
peculiar facilities of production they cost
tho publishers only a trille, while equal lu
every respect toother ehromos that are sold
singly lor doublj tho subscription price ol
If any subscriber should indicate a pre
ference for a figure subject, tho publisher
will scud ''Thoughts ot Homo'' a miw and
bcutlful chrouio, lla.20 Inchex, representing
a little Italian exile whose speaking ye
betray tho loiclns ot his heart,
Vj por annum, In advance, with Oil Chro
For 550 cznth kxtka, tho chromoe
mounted, varniiliod. and prepaid by mall!
Tho Alillno will. liDrKtiAp i.n ni.i.
: , , ..... ( H wu,Alulmls
only by subHcrlptlou. There will no be re.
iltti.ml nr il. r.it.i . ...ii. r.. . ,.t ........ .
must be sent to tho publishers direct, or
i mv iul'iu cuuvasser, wiluout re
sponsibility to tho publishers, except lu
cases where the certificate is given, beanug
thu fuclmllo eiguaturo of James Sutton .t Co.
Any porsou wlshtivr act permanently
a a local eaunnser wlllrecehe lull and
prompt Information by applying to
Jamks Button 'it Co., Publishers.
KH ,MhI,1ii Ine Nmw York
Lull ir Half b't.
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