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OUll OHUllUIIKH,
irilltlSTIAN CllUIlCII KlKhtconth street
between Washlnnton and Walnut.
Treadling ovory third and foiirtli Sunday .
HuniUy loliool at 8 p. in.
l'raycr meeting Wodncs day oveuln,'.
It HTltlMiit.i:, I'mtor.
t'llKSHYTKltlAN Klghth Htrect.
Trenching, Habbalb at 101 n.m.and"! p.m
Trayer meeting, Wednesday at7J t. in.
iabbatu Hchool, 3 p.m. J. M. Latiadon, Su
perintendent. ltV. 11. Thatku, Tastor
IIKTUODIST. Cor. Klghlh and Walnut fits.
Treachlntr, Babbath at 11 a.m., and 7 p. m
I'rayer mooting, Wednesday, 7 p.r.i.
Sabbath Hcliool, .'I. p.m. 1.. W. HUllwell,
unoilnteudcnt. Hbv. .1. i,. Wai.i.i.h,
I'm; tor.
HUKCll QV TIIK IlCDKKilKtU-VKpUco.
pal.)
Morning prayorc. Sabbith 101 a.tn.
Evening prayers, 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, 0 r..r.
ltev. Ciias. A. (.il.in:i:r, Hector.
T. PATRICK'S CllUUCIl-HUah St, and
Washington Avenuo.
Tubllc service, Sabbath 6:10 ar.d 10) a.w.
Venpera, 7 p.m.
Sabbath Kcbool, 2 p.m.
Scrvlco every day, B a.m.
ItKV. 1'. J. O'llALLOIU.f, Tltast.
;r, J0SKT1T3 CHUKCH. (UeiinMi,) cor
i .r ut Walnut and Cros stiects.
J,a i, every Sabbath at lu o'clock a. w.
crptri, i p. ui.
Ma a during week dtts, S o'clock a. ru.
T.KV. (.. MttVVUkV, ITlcrt.
iKUMAK MIlll.ltANCHMlCH-iath
t.'cet between Waihinctn Avenuo and
Wainut street.
rieacbliii; Huuday rar.riiML' at 10 o'clock,
babbath School at 2 o'clock p. in.
Itxv. V. DtmuHtrmiKii, -Taster.
iOIjNO HK.N'S CllIUMTIAW AKSoClA
'1 ION. llcgular incotluf; second Monday
t ach month at tholr room over i'.oclcwcll
li (O'fl book storo, Couimtreld avenue. '
Vooiy rraycr ineetiiip, "riJay, n p.m. at
bo TOOIU,
ii. W. Htii.i.wki i., Trcsldent.
KCOilD Ml.SSIONAltY 1IATTI8T
CUUHCU. Corner Sycamore and Kotty
tlrst utrcotts. Treachlni; Habbath at 11
o'clocl; a. in. and 3 o'clock p. ni,
Kunday Hchool 1 o'clock p. in.
The church 1 connected with the Illinois
Association, by tbo Tlrst Ml.vlon.uy Hap-tl-l
Church ol Cairo.
Itl'.V. KoLOMOH I.KO.NAUI), I'lltor.
AKlllCAN MJ-.TUODI.3T. Kourtecxtb, bo
twecu Walnut and Codar.
Senlcos, babbath, 11 a.m.
bVjbalh rfchool. 11 p.m.
. Class meeU it ii p.m.
i-KOON'I) TUKK W1I.I, UATTI.VP KlI-
leeuth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath, 11 and 3 p. m.
ItBV. N. Hicks, Tastor.
IlKB WILL UAlTlbT ItOMK MISSION
bAiMATU SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, U i.ta.
nilbT KKKE WII.li IlAl'IIaT C11UHC1I
Junr' l)rrack
SetTlccn, Sabbath 11 a.m.. li p.m. A 71 p. in.
Hkv. Wm. hmiv, l'wtor.
J mST MIS510NAIIY llAlT'LST CUUHCU.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Sli.
Treacblng Sabbath, 101 s,m. and 71 p.m.
I'rayer meeting, W eductday evening.
I'roacblng, Kriday cvcnlnr;.
Habbatb bchool, 11 p.m. .lohn Vanliaztcr
and Mary Stepheni, Suucrintendcnu.
UKV. T. J. SlIOUKS, I'artor.
t KCONI) IlAl'TIST CUtntCH-Kourteenlh
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only llapwt church rccogulzcd by tho A
tociation. bcrvicoi, iiabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
i:kv. .Icon Huadlcy. Kldcr.
SKUItKT OllDKIlS.
THE ilASONS.
'JAlltO COMilANDKltY, No. 13.-Htatcd
AKiCtubly at tho Ajylum JUfonlc llu!!, iii'.
and third Mondaya In each month.
(.Allto COUNCIL. No. 'It. Hetuhr Convo-
...i... .. f ..I'll. II .!. ..,.! Vrl,... 1
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rJAIUO CHATTER No. 71. T.tKUIax Con
vccatlon at Ma&onlc Hall, ou tho third
Tuesday ol every month,
JA1KO l.OUOE, NO.VU7 F..V A. M. Hegu
lar CommuulcatJoud at ilanonle Hall, the
tecond and fourtli Monday of each mouth.
THE ODU.KE1.I.OWS.
ALEXANDER LOUQE, Z!l-MteU in Odd
Follow' Hull, In Arttr' buUdtr.g, every
'J'hurnduy evening at S o'clock.
STATE OFFIUKUS.
Oovemor .John L. lleveridt'e.
LIcuteuanKJovcrnor
fccrretary of State (leorgo H. Harlow.
Auditor of Statc-C. E. I.lpplncott.
hUto Treaurer Caiper Iluu.
Attorney Oeneral .JamcH K. I Aim.
Kupt. TuhUc Intruction-N'owton llatcman
OONUHESSMKN.
Senator Ulchard J. Oglciby and John A.
.ogan.
lleprcontaUvo Eighteenth District Itacc
,;iomenU.
MEM11E1W Q ENf.lt A L ASSEMULY.
KepreBcntaltvcH In the Wth dlittiet.
nhn 11. Obcrly, Win. A. Lemma and Math
w.l. lncorc.
Mnator for tho With dMrlct. Jcec i arc.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIKCUIT COUHT.
Judge D. J. Ilaker, of Alexander.
Stute'n Attorney Tatrlcl: H. Tope.
Clerk R. 8. Yocuw.
Sheriff A. U. Irvln.
Wm. Martin AJcsor and Trcauror.
Surveyor John T. Hely.
COUNTY COUKT.
Judge- F. llrosa.
Associate J. E. McCrite and H. Uarchll
aon. Clerk Jacob O. Lyuch.
Coroner John n. Gossmas.
MUN 1C1TAL 00 VEHNM ENT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer R. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. H. Fulll..
flark Mlrhacl HowlcV.
Attornoy 11. Wauon Webb.
Tollce Magistrate F. llroBa and
j. j.
lilrd.
Marshal andChlcfofTollce Win.. Mcllalo.
Btruot Commissioner 1). J. Oalllgati.
MembcrH l'ollco Force A. Cain fargent,
W. W. Wootcn, Thllllp Helra,Cha3. Jlebnei
and Henry T. Martin.
nOAllI) 01' ALUKIIMKN.
First ward-Ulram lllxby and J. M.
"hllllps.
" Second ward Ucrman Moycw ami Wood
Slttenhoue. . .....
Third ward Jouu McEwou and F. Ivors-
aeyor.
Fourth vard C.
F. NclIU and M. J.
McUauloy.
Fifth ward Jno. II. Robinson and Wm.
a. MorrU
Dll. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
TIIK CHEAT AMERICAN CON
aUMTTIVB REMEDY
Consumption is NOT an incurable dlsoase.
Thysbiaii!) nssuro u this lact. It In onlv
necoisarr to havo tho Right Remedy and
tho terrible malady can bo compicrcu.
Hall's EaUm is this Hcmody.
r It breaks up tho night sweat-, relieves the
oppressive tlghtnciH across tho lungn, and
heuH tho larcuratod and excoriated nuf.iccs
which theTcnom ot tho illsento producer
WHILE WFi: TiASTS TIIEltH IS IIOIMJ.
It may not bo toolato to ciroel a euro even
ultortho doctorn havu given j on up
Hall' Italsain In nold overywheie, mid
may bo had nt wholcsalo of the Tropiiefoi.,
John F. Henry Curran A- Co . nt their
Oroat Medicine Wiirohouse, S ami 0 Collego
J'lico, Now York. Trice $1 per bottle,
Hairs llalsam Is alto a bum remedy for
CoughB, Colds, TheTimonit. Uroiiehlltln,
Asthma, Pplttlngof Hlood, Croup, Whoop,
nig Cough, and all other ili'ealcsol the ret
plratory organs.
Also Proprietors of HcovlUV lllood uml
Llrer Syrup,Carbollc Salvo.Kdoy'H Troches,
Oxygenated Bittern, Mutt's Liver TIIIh. &c,
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO ,
8and0 College Tlace, Kow Y'ork.
3.W 4-llMvlt.
A. J..110K w.d.
- Olllco ovor Thorns As llro'a, grocery atoie
Ho, Mil Commercial avenue, corner Eighth
utreot. ltotldeuco corner Yvuihlugton ave
nue and Fourteenth utreot.
WILLIAM K. SMIT1T, M. D.
RESUIEECK-No. 21, Thlrluontli utrcet,
hetwttn AVashlngton avenuo and Walnut
net. Ottlcc commercial avenue, up
stairs.
gu lutein.
I'nlilluKlli.tt Order, Itnlltiln Ilulldlny
nnsuiiiKifiii Aifaae.
Itcuillitif iurcriti every ini;n.
A;nJUI)AY, Al'Hlj, 18, 1H74.
HAKUTIMKH IN II 10 II JAW..
FlomTr.iiik Lwllu'a W l.l0
I-.vor since pn fiillod mid paid tnenty
com i on mo uouar, wu imvu l,u ri
trouuliing. Vuti'vo no Idea whot an hw
ful thlni; it ii. I don't uu why men
should full mid retrench. Tin ure, but
inoy win. it sonoot iiiuu strr.ngo f.us-
loins without reason or novelty to recom
mend It. Tvo thought It nil over a good
deal, arid talked abcut it, hut there' only
one ex nut Ion ttt nil haul timet,
You'vo uu idea how droadful It Is to lit,
Hard titnc may lietevero on poor people
though I don't so how thoy can Le, lor
poor peoplo nro uitd to theiii tut ihty
ore perfectly awful, us 1 said, to u; wtt
nro not poor ioplo by tny inru. In
tho llrt plat-, t.insidwr hav j..u
would gt nlom; with m Imir
ilfi cr mid olio maid nliir llttr
Ing bcti brought up to two.
Fancy, if you can, what it it lo wear one
brooch nil wintor, add havu 'v ro
tnxrl. tlmt " lh(ir lliiit miiii- dm .. .i, it
on her finger Jut ' That's Vihim l!,o
thiw plnoliw; Mid speaking of th let
too tell you that tho surliirlm; in our fam
ily tlm winlnr on srjunt ol .-h u woulJ
draw Uan from n tonp. I'elrtmlimeut
moans w ring dutii'jti.- Inula .t emht
dollars : mi l when it cotinM to fee, that
havo been uml to imported French
boots nl twenty dollar;, thu oup of misery
It full. Takii It all together, I dim I think
tho poor have got to much tn complain
of. They can t know wht.t it it to ro
trencb. How can they it they haven 't
anything to retrench on ' There's Mary
Tarkur came huro the other day and want
ed me, for too love of mercy, to help Inr
pay tlm rent. Mary'i our laundrc-j.
Sho worked in tho family when I wat u
baby, but fho looliihly got married uyear
ago. Htys I, "Why, poor TWiiari," Its
perfectly tidkulouf; )vu talk ns if wo
hadn't our crois to bear t.i uii.er pooplo.
You mutt retrench. That' wmtt wo do.
Tit has stopped tho rent of his pew In Dr.
Hatter's church, nnd iud the gas motor
taken out of tho ca riagehouK',andmikus
thu girls in the kitchen use kenscinn, and
cutclf tho loouot worntn, and stopnel
I the ! c. Ye, Indeed, wo have iu suflcr as
I well us you do; but wo don't r jn about
I making a fun over It. As pa jays, the
thine to do is to stand up to it an 1 re
trench. YVhv, my dear worn .n,'' says I.
j getting juilo warm, "there r plenty of
i money; it is want of conlidunco that
makes tho ham limes. That seemed to
stagger her. "Wo'vo got to roHoro conil
dency beforo wo can do anything else.''
Thta sho went on to say thai tho was
about lick and hadn't got roal to keep her
warm. " 'Well," fays I, " that' precisely
tho way with us. Tvo been brought up
to havo h gralo lire in my sleeping room,
day and night, but pa tayu thh winter
that tin register gives heat enough-'
Hut 1 couldn t make that w..man under
stand that i.nyboiy Eutl'orcd but herself.
They aro nil alike these pooplo. If you
live in n brown (tune houne, nr.d keep your
II
nor?cs ana oig u servant", no power on
earth will convinco them tlmt
vou sutlor
from tho hard times worse than thoy do.
I d liko to sen Ma-y Tarker wear thoso
shoes th'tl Uoncatell relit mo yes
terday. Then Iho humilialinn of It '
That tho worst of It. Toor pa!
ho ha; taken to udrg n plain
black cane, because, as - l.u sayr, a
gold-l.cadcd stick isn't tho thing in it time
of general- suffering. Nobody but tho
poor dear man will ovor know what that
racrillce coft him. Hut in tho same
thing all through tho hoi,e. Ma sho
took oiriier plain gold spectacles, and in
plited on wearing n plain blai k pair
whenovcr sho drove out in tho park, and
Charles consented to give up his cigar af
ter dinner, and bought ulo moorichaum
and a pound ot tobacco. Every time I
go into tho billiard-room and tco that
splendid fellow smoking his pipe with
acontrito spirit, I say to mysolf or Celeste,
"Ah' poor boy, what ho mu?t sutler!"
Celcito uiually remarks, "Ah, yes! but It
isn't a circumstance to what "ho makes
othor peoplo sutler ' Colesto dom not
liko tobacco. As for me, I don't stop to
think )f the tobacco at all; it'n the moral
hcroirm that attracts my attention.
ST A B BED TOD E ATH .
A YOl'NO MAN WELL KNOWN IN
MEM I'll I. S RECEIVES A DEATH
"WOUND NKAR HuhLY
Hl'T.INOS.
Memphis Avalanche, 1 lib.
A deed of blood, in which an oitlmablo
young man, woll known in this city, loit
his liio by stubbing, occurred near I lolly
Springs, Mi!3,lut Saturday nfternoon.
It appears that Joseph C. Wooton, the
murdered youth, rosiding u few iniluJ south
of Holly Kprlngs,wj.s returning hou.e from
town in company with u cousin named
Walter Wooten, a young man about tho
tauiu age of hiuiaeit..
Thocuuplo nrrlvcd near tho house of
one (icorgo Yarborough, atiout tlx miles
out from Holly .Springe, ou the Uhu
lahornn road, when nn allercution
and ii fight occurred between Walter
Woolen and George Yarborougli, in
which tho former got tho vvornt of tho
battle, Siibscimently word ;iroto be
tween Yarboroutth and Josoph, with h re
sulted In blows, nnd the latter camu out
first bC6t. After thl.-, had ended, Yur
borough iipproachod his Into adversary
with a drawn knife, nnd while endeavor
ing to prevent its uao, Wooten wm stab
bod from tho rear, undor tho shouldor
blade, from tho cflects of which ho died in
half an hour. Tho rolnlivcs of tho do
cen3ed, Eovend of whom reside In thia
cit, left for tho sccno of tho
tragedy Immediately after being ndvlsod
ol its occurrence. Thoy are naturally
overwhelmed with grlot nt the unexpected
mid sad domlso of tholr kinsman, n quiet
and generally unolTonsivo young man, not
u person who would havo boeii oxpectod
to engaged In n quarrel.- Yarborougli
was subsequently arrested nnd placed un
der a bond ot ?5,000, upon it cluirgo of
aggravated manslaughter.
A CHANGE OF CONDITIONS.
Tho London 1 I'lmca' says tint Dlaraoli
In iiiivorsity, Disraeli in n hopeless minor
ity, Dlsrnu'li fighting n battle which ho
knows to bo nlready lost, has often
awakened in us foellngs of tho highest
sympathy and admiration. It Is refresh
Inftio meet with it manifestation ot an
cient stubbornness and tenacity raroly ex
hibited In those dogonoralo days, what
does it matter though nil tho world is
against us if wo havo within us tiro nnd
life of our own, burning slowlv, sloadlly
and Inoxlinguishnbly, coma what may ?
Hut tho Disrnoll who lins Domothlng to
luso threatens to bocomo u dlllercnt crea
ture Wo do not jump to tho conclusion
that hia courago has been sniotlioroj in
him by tho possession of it majority, but
wo nro jus tilled In saying that tho symp
toms nro unfavorable.
C.W. DUNNINO, M.D.
RESIDENCE corner Nlnlu nnd Walnut
.streets, Olllco corner Slvlh klrcet and
Ohio levee, olllco hours from i j. ui., lo
i nil, and J p. in
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C. CLOSE,
t.ERKRAI.
Commission orclianl
And Dealer In
J.imc, (.Vmcnt, IMater, Hair, Sea.
OHIO LEVEE.
JJt?"l will -ell in ear load lute at manufac
turers Jil l adding freight.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
FORWARDING
Commission Merchant
Wu AHiiAo.iT I'ltoi'im:'! on.
1'reprL'jiarcd to forward all kimN of
Freight to all point''.
Ji 1Tlluinc-'. atli lulcil 10 promptly.
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCHANS,
Dealer- In
V LOI'I!, COKN, OATS, 1IAV, c.
Agents for FnirbaukV Scales.
OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
D .AYS118. k, ,i. ayi:k'
A VERS k CO.,
FLO'U
AND
OENEKAL COMMISSION MEUO HANTS
Nn. 7H LRVKu.OniriOAiito. Ii.lh.
II. A. '1'honis
L. D. Thorns
THOJIS & BROTHER,
Succcsosrs to H. M.lCulcn,
COtMMISSIOH MERCHANTS. DUOKERS
AND .'.IKALXlta UI
Ntnplu and I'micy virocerlcn,
KoroI(;n and Doweidio
131 Commercial Avenuo,
OAinO, - - ILMNOIf.
COM!!, HARRISON & CO.,
(.Sllcceorn to D, llurtl A Son.)
oia-waii'JDX'JsrGi-
AND
Commission jM'orchants,
'!.( VU, OU AIN AM) HAT.
Nn 03 Ohio I.ovoo, OAlltO, JIA.H,
Smith ! Brinkmeye
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Tho only rclir.blo (lift Di.dributum In tho
e luntri.
$60,000 00
VALUABLE GIFTS
To bedUtrlbut-J In
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1'ifiTii hkoulaii 'i 1 in.v
To bo drawn Mondiy, Mav, 4th. 1B7T
TWO GRAND UATITAIJS Ol'
ooo r.atii iu (.'rci nimc:,'-:
Tvv 1 Truscs
1 1,0(10 cat !
l)) OHCll
1W) each
III (ironnbaek5 .'
in 1 ron 1 k '
In Ote'-i.hacka I
Five Tn.-.ei
Ton Triet
1 ll'ir 1 - and i'.n,'ir, with Mlvei-mouiiied
ll.iine-c-, worth One I llie-tniifd
l(o-evvood Ti.ieo, worth ?-V.o!
Ten Tainllv Sow itiir Maehlne-i - - worlli
SIM each! l ive (jold Wat:hes and li.tiiic.
worth each : Five Gold American Hut
ling Watches, worth $12.1 0.mli.'
Ten Ladli' (i'i!.f Hunting vv.ilehe-. orth
SlDOeachl
:00(!old mid Silver Lover Hunting w lies'
Cin all,) worh from ?'."0 lo 3S00 ouch '
(fold ehaliiH, Silver-ware, Jewelry, Ac., Ac.
N'UMIiKlt Of GUTS r,,:M. TlCKKH I.l.M-
r.Ti:n to 0U.000.
OENT.S WANTED TO SELL 'iTc'lvE l'S
to whom liberal premiums will be paid.
Kt.Vni.K TJCf.KTS Ml; H IX TltKf.T-- $."
TWKLVX TlCKKTH I0" TWC.N1 V -I I Ml
TicKirrs s-20.
Circulars containing a run into; nnzo,
a decrlptlon ol the manner of drawing, and
othor Informttion In referrcneo to the dis
tribution, will ho tent to any one ordering
them. All letlcrd imiit be addressed to
MAIN OVFICi:. L. I). SINE, liox
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SIXTH fiTUI'.IlT.
JOHN T. RE Ms'lE, 3'
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FOUNDRY.
a en ink shop
Kokqcm a;; Tira I'itiiko,
NTKA.1I JIN-UINKS JIII.I , S I Il.UJllIM'!
Manufactured and repaired.
Special uttcnllon ytven to lieht nnd hravv
forKlnv, hotio,hrlilKO, rallroadandj.nl work
and all work ol' n (Inillar character.
Steam nnd jjai titling in nil IU branches
A lull assortment ol Morris, Tai-her '. Co'i
Thlladelphln pipe and llttliife-1. Hrayooi'i
etc., nnd trim llxtiiros nlwavu on hand
Tll'INO OF IIOUSK 1'Olt OAS
MATIH A bl'KCIAI.TV,
Ah'cnt for Cameron h hneclal nenm pumi
anil boiler feeder. The hett inanufacluitd.
Coll'h patent nyphou pump;', and .lulon
pntent governor nnd Kovcruur vtihc,
'1'ho lollowln;; engines, etc., for Kilo :
Two bteatnbout utiKiiicf, 18 inch boie of
cylinder; Uvo fcetktroke, aiuIiiii;ood order,
Ono steamboat hhnlt and crank; wrnt Iron
One oniduo for hoUtliiK freight; 7'Mii.
Ono 10.X20 kiiw mill engine, with M uud
crunk for mtily or gang taw, i-ceoud han I.
One new 7-Mil eiit'Inej my own ui.iui.i ic
turo.
Also, it soooiid-hand tdavo cutting ma.
e.hluo and jointer, and watehoii'O hob-tins
maehlno, liih'ood order,
JCnylnes and machinery of nil kimhbow;hl
and Bold
( i-utiir l.tuimoiit.
flu Kreatdlscovf ty of the
age. There Ih no pain which
the friitaur Liniment will not
relieve, nn hwulliii" which It
wlllnot HUbduo, ami no lame
ness which It will not cure
.Thltli Htronjr l.inyiiai'P. but
It Ij true. It lu ,111 Ijiimtiil.'
yfltz iho reelpu Is printed nioiifd
each bottle, A circular containing certlll
sateB of vvnuderlul cures ol ihcumalm
neurullii, lock-Jaw, sprains, bwolllnn!1,
burns, Hcaldn, cal.ed.tirfniitc, poUoumni
hltcti, frceit loot, uout, ialtrhoum,caracho
,Vo., nnd Iho rcelfiu of the l.lnimcnt will he
tout gratis to nnyone. It In tho most won
derful hcalln:,' uml pain jelleviii'f ajjent tho
world has overproduced. It n'lla an no ar
lielo over beforo did tell, ami It (lollsbocaiMi
it doosjut what It pretondH to do. Ono hot
tlo ol Iho Centaur l.liilmpiit lor anlniaU
(yellow wrapper) la worth u hundred dol
lam for Hiavlnod, btralned or nailed liorci
and inulPB, uud fur urew-worm in Hhcrp,
No family or btook-owner ean uil'ord to bo
without Centaur I,lnlinent. Trice, COocnU:
HORr bottleB, 91. .). li. UOrO ti Co,, tJ
llrondway, Hew Vork.
OASTOlllA Is more tnaii it sutjsutmo jor
Castor Oil. It Is .the only H.ms iirllclo lu
oxlbtcneo which is.suro to rei;ulato the bow
rl.j, cure wlndeolhi nnd ptodneo natural
bloep. ItUple&sauttotake, Children need
not crv uud mothers niav i ecu. 10-7 wlv
mil E
mm?
BELFAST GINGER
J. Hi jHj I
"COCK OF THE WALK!"
Alulliw Lulir ile-ire- to let the i.ople
l.tiow that he i--till llvlie; and doln l.u-i-iie"ii
hi old 'land In Cairo, and l readv to
receive anv order from the city or eoui'ilrv
for -odii Wilier, CI1I1 r. Ale, Hlld M. Loill
I leer.
He ha- :il-o comim-iiccd the 111 iiiufaeture
of the celebrated llell'avt (ilmrer Ale. which
Ik put up ill Midit water botllcK, mid I-lie-
llllel 1m venire 1 ver Vel lllllllUf:iet1ITl for
fHiully iim. innl-l-lm
Dll.
AN80ir,S
IIIVK SYRUP AND TOJ.l
-or. -
I-IOINTE Y" S"STiTJ3?
Dr. (jOX IIIr ir'rnom Semi, lm- l...i.tt
Known and used lv ihc medical piofenflon
over IffO year-, and n. a remedy for Cold
and Coughi huh an older and better rcp.Ua
tlmi thiin any other Couirli iiiedlclno ever
oil'ered lo Iho public. It In Known us the
v.ompouiiiiMvrupoi siiuillK, ami a lorinuhi
may be found jnovetj uiiidlcaldi;iciitatory.
iib'-iu i unu 1 m ;tiio 1 010, III nil-
lltlon lo tho inirredlenlN for Cox'- lllvo
yrilp. eonUiiiiit lljl-am ol I'ulu, decoction
of shunl; (;abbai,i Root and Lobelia, a com
bination tint mict commend It to every one
us a Biicriui 1 cmcuy ior i.roup, v Hooping
Coimh, AMhma. Ilroncliill-. CoulIu iin.l
Cold", Indeed for all allectloun of the Throat
and Lungs when a cough iricdlcluo Is
neccsKiry.
j 1111 syrup im cnrctiilly preinrotl under
tho personal direction of a tegular Thysl
clan ol ovor twenty vearit' practice, uho-o
slgnaluro untUchoil to tho direction on
tho bottle.
IU taste U very ploaiant and children
like it.
Every family nbould keep It as a ready
remedy for Crotipn and Colds, etc., among
tho children.
D. Ra.xso.vi, Soh Co., TroprV, Etiffalo,
N,i.
DR. J. R. MILLER'S
LMVi:l!bAI.
MAGNETIC BALM.
ThU medicine may with pro;rlctv be
called an "Universal lleniedv.'' ns It Is' fai
nipcrcdlng till others an n L'cnoral lamlly
inedlelne. ltcure, ns if by MAdNT.I'lC
lSKld'h.SCi:, Neuralaia and all pain, and I-
therclorn very propel ly termed ",Mai;nutle
llalm," It iMMlrch :t vcuetablo iirermratlou.
llb:i-,l o coital as a remeilv tor Clmlern.
Cholera Morlitl", Ularrlio'.i.tivput.iry,Collc
and all Itowel Complaint".
Its timet) life will euro Cohl-, Cioup
Diphtheria, (Julimy, and all Throat alloc
timix.
H lien iroietly used, Kev cr and Ajruo.aiid
other eouipl tints incident to our wcluin
and Kiiithcrn cllmatesare eally broken up.
.Nervous Tain. Slek-licadaVhe, and Itlieu-
iiuiimii nro eiireu ny iuik mciiclno when all
olhers havo failed. Toothache, Hnr.iehe,
llurns, Chilblains and llrui.cs arc relieved
at once by Its n-u.
The i?eiiuino has D. Kan-oiu ,t Co.. pri
vate Kuvcnue .-tamp on tho outnldo.and Dr.
.1. it. Millet's M.itfiiotlo li.iiui blown lu tho
bottle.
Kxamlno cicely and buv nono but the
genuine.
-old by all Drusgists. Trlco 2:1 cents per
bottle.
1). Kanvom, Sox .tCo.. TrnprVs, llutl'ilo,
' .tun. "s-w-tii.
J. MAXWKJ.L ii CO.,
Matuiraettircrs and Draleib In
MAOUINB&riURXlG.:OHiS
una
A
LE G.UEASE.
A No AkciiIs for the
4.1.
UK I M DRAT ED G L0.1 5 1 .
AMI
.LUBRICATING OILS.
No. "lo.'NortlC.Mili.e street,
hi.
il.twlnt.
.otil, ,Mo.
THEIPARKEKCQN:
fiCHD STAMP roHCincULAll
PARKER BROX
WEST meridentA
l.MTliOV l.Ml',.TS
Hit. ( .. 1.. DntT.I.AK, licll'S determined lo
escell In ivtrv Dental operatioii, Inure
tiled and refurnished hie Dt ut.d I'ailors, So.
7. l.i','htliblreet, and Is now reetilv Inic fiom
S. White ,; ,lohuon. of Thll.idclplihi,
semi-weekly, the larire.t and llnesl nvoil
ineiit of Denial (ioods i ter ollcivd III this
j'll), and as :'nuil as tan Ur found 111 Hie
" beautiful gold fillings
.M.ide a ) clallt) .111,1 any of the mil, mi-era-ie,
-puiiL'.v work that ilrops out, leaving
tcclll cut, lllcil, tll-coloivil, uud olleli dc-
iro) ed,
I'erl'cct (loldcn (ieiiH--iut III as mild unit
durable as the smelted metal H-cll'.
Chilclron'!
i Teeth,
hpcclal attention iiiven to ihe livatmcnt ol
.'hlldreu's Tcelh. Tamils by hat ln their
t'hllreu's Tcelh examined occalonally,
would suvo Iheiii much Milleilii and de
fornill v In aflcr years.
Dr. Doif.'las aUotilvesTiullciilarulteiitlou
lo Mechanical Ieullstrv,liavliiiecurcd tlio
li'ht to iit.o Dlt. II YA 'TV'S TATIi.NT OOl.D
AND ItTllltllll COM1IINATIOX TUATII,
which has been thoroughly tested uud tip
luoved by the best DeutUU in (lie Kast, and
lieyond u doubt, tho bcbt and llnuctt iiltill
elal plateitow ill tue,
Tctjtli e.vtractetl vvilhout I'aln- bv the Use
of Nitrous OxidoOiis, which Is pcrlcctlVKil'o
Wiieiv.iuiiK'iuiisiy umiinisicriHi,
I IV
IN
DENTISTRY
IKHDt lIlNHKlt.
rATIlONIZK
HOME T.T.X3.13
OUriUiTJN BINDERY,
'Jomer Twelfth street and Wiuhlngton Avo
J. (J. HUJSLS.-
u.Mc of t. ;,oiiii,)
rKOriUETOT.
HOOK HINDER AND 1!I,ANK HOOK
HANUFAOTUKKH
1ILANIC llOOICSof every doscnpllon done
with neatnoM and dispatch. All klndi ot
ruling donoalthortnotlco. Hlbloa, Music,
MHL'a7.Inos and Torlodlcali bound neat am
vttliolowcft posslblo ratcn.
County work, Midi im ltneord', Docket
l ee HookM!lanl;, ot,. made a pcelalty.
llos, Tocket llook.,Envclop,etr..made
1 o orier. 11-21.
mm mmrsw
if mmmif xk
?or Flaveriiia !co Cream, Cake3 &. Pastry,
"With prrat rare, by n nrw process, we
jxtmct from tho true, select Fruit end
A Himnll.. nnrli .1 1 . , rtni-lalli, lt-,r,r ntll1
l IWMUllll.. VU.,1 LllrililVlkll.lll. ..... .
products Flaioringa of rare cxcctlenfo.
uj jriYif sircnqin ana pcricci puruy,
2o voisonout) oiU. Leer.1 jtacor airen-
retchtcd. No deceit tarli bottle full
meaaurc, holding one-half mora than
oiiers purporting 10 hold same quanlii'i
Ue then once, will use no other. The
most delicate, delicioun flavors crer mate.
So niipcrlor to tho cheap "ttmcts. AsV
for Dr. l'rice'o Bnccial i'lavoricca. Man
uLicturcd ouly by
GTEELK&rEICS.
DcpotJ, CIIICAOU aad HT. I.OL'13
Manufacturers of Dr. Price's Cream
Hit it no Ponder.
FINE MILLIjNERY GOODS
I'lti'Mi MJ'itiiJ ,nm
M K S . M . J AUKS 0 N
(Koraiorly Mrt. 3wnndor0
umniliicos tlmt kite liM
-s.-orlment, ol the
rust; opened a larn
NHWKST,
MOST KAHMIOWAIIM'..
AND HAN mo M EST
.Millinery (ioods to lie found in the market
slit) will keeji on hand
Hats, Udnnktu, Kr.ownns, Humous,
lltKMH TKIMMIKritl OY Al.l. lilSM,
Laoh-.i Fuknisulno (ooi)n, Motions,
CoLI.AHI, UMDKRbLKKVKS, KUFKH,
Ann ull toods found lu mllllnerv stores, all
of which will bo dlepoed ol at tho lowot
cam nec. ?iiti. .lacKson respectfully
asks a continuation of the patnonaV'o whlcii
Inn been hi libi tally bPbtfovvod upon horbv
me, lauiesoi L.iirn autiino vie I nr. v.
j.i u::i:ti
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
ni: vi.nits ix
LUMB'ER
til" AM. KINIW, 1IAKII AXI) KCiFT,
Keep cun-l.inllv on h.iud
FLOORING, SIDING.
Al.0. J.ATII.
Mill ami Vartl
onner ,, lilt Mrcct
anil Ohio Levee.
c?.:c:rE.o, ix.
ATTENTION KA(J DRAIjHIIJS
uu:
mWi I'Al'KU STOCK CO,,
II I ClicslitulSfrcid,
vr. i.uctN. .no.
1'AVTIIK IIKJIIIST CASH lMtK'US,
7 els. por ll for Soft AVooleli.
1 etc. por lb for Wool Oarpot.
1 S-l eti. por lb for "Wool lllanheti.
li 1-t ota. per Ih for Old Cloth.
rAILOUS' OLimNUS
A SFEOIALIT
Wunt l iit.o:,
Waste Tuper.
llas did
lu',
llool:
J-l-,l
nnJ
f'SHSr5)EffiKr1EZ
WAUO.. . 41 AU Ui'AUTOll V
l'oi Salo ul AVUolona!o or Hotoil
CailNUlt IISD-tlTItEIX AND Olittl I.C C
Uiro, IIHnoif. 4
.i. . OAiittt.te.
ItAUIIllHH.
DANIKli liAMPKHT,
FASlUONABLE BAlVttER
ANII
KlKhth !3lreet, hotween WashtnRton and
Commercial Avenue,
ri
FURNITURE
AT
T.OW PRICES.
T titk'o pleasure in calling
tlic attention of tho public to
my fesli and full stock of
now and elegant Furniture, at
niy Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave-
nue. My stock emWacea
Uedsleadi. Wadrobes, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
t:uuls, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, .Matrasses and, in a word,
all thai is useful or orna
mental in my lino.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
ciiv, l nronoso o tenner better
?oods at lower prices, and
havo made a large redtin
in the prbss of all my goods.
CoV r.;.tl examino my stock
f.u;t secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trade 1 offer special induce
ments. Note tho place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wm EICHHOFF
Wholesale and Itctail Dealer in
uiturc and xMatrafscs.
1037-3111.
Fur-
L'rospcctus for 187 1 SETENTII YEAR
THE ALDINE.
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, vmivcmllj
uuuiiiiuu ui no vnu iiamisoiucui penou
leal In the World. A representative
uud champion of American tastr.
N ror. Salv. in iIook ou itEws Utorkj
The Aldlne, whtlo 1-med with all the reg
ularity, has none of tho temporary or time
ly Interest characteristic ot ordinary peri
odicals. It Is an elegant miscellany 9! pure
light and Ki'aecful literature ; and a collec
tion of pictures, tho rarest sjioctmen of ar
tistic skill, In black and whito. Althiugu
each sitcci'cdlnu; number affords a fioh
pleasure to its friends, tho real value and
beauty of Tho Aldluo will be most appreci
ated after It has been hound up at the close
of the year. Whilo other publications may
claim Mipcrlnr ihcapness, as compared with
rivals oi a similar ciass, mo .mine is an un
ique ami original conception alone and uu
approached absolutely without concept'
lit ptico or character.
ART DETAKTilKNT, 1874;
The illustrations or tho Aldlne have w
a world-wide reputation, and in the art cen
tres ot Kltropo it Is an admitted fact that
Its wood cuts nro examples of the highest
perfection ever attained. The commor
prejtlillcii-ln f.ivorJ' ''steel plates," la rap
Idly yielding to a educated and dls
crimtnatnii; tasto which recognizes the ad
vauties the advantages of superior artistic
finality with L-reatcr facility of production.
Thu quarterly tinted platcsfor 1871 will bo
by Thos. Mornn and .1. D. Woodward.
Tho ChrWmas Issuo lor 1874 y?lll contain
special doslgus appropriate to the season,
bv our best artists, and will surpass lu at
tractions any ol Its predecessors.
rilEMlUMS F01U874.
livery 'subscriber to tho Aldino tor th
year lfi71 will receive n pair of cnronios
'i'ho original jdetures were painted In oil lo
the publishers of tho Aldlne, by Thorn a
Moran, whoso great olorado pictures and
purchased by congress for ton thouand
dollars. Tho subjects wcro chosen to rep
resent ten thousand dollars. Tho subjects
wcro choncn to reprosont "The Kaet" and
"Tho West." Ono Is a vlovv in the While
.Mountains, New Hampshire; the other
gives thu Olds of (Iroen river, Wyoming
territory. Tho ehrouins are each worked
from thirty dbtlnct platos, and aro In size
K'Jxllil uud iippearnuuo exact fac-alnillea ot
tho originals.
NWAlttc. N. J.. Sept. 20. 1ST3.
Messrs. .billies Simon iz Co. .
(1i:.nii.i:mk.v 1 am dcllgbtod with tho
proofs In color ol your chromos. Thoy aro
wonderfully successlul representations by
mechanical process of thu orlglnulpalntlngi.
Very respectfully, Tlioa. MoRAX.
Theso cliromos are in every sense Amort
can. They aro by nn orlnal American pro
cess, with material ot American man-lac-tint',
trout designs of American sccnorj' by
an Am rtcau painter, and presented to iub
serilx rs to the llrst suecessful Ajnerican
Art Journal, if no better localise ot all
tin-, they will certainly possets an Interest
no toroign production ean Inspire, and nei
ther are they any tho worso if by reason ol
peculiar futilities of production they cost
tho publishers only u trille, whilo equal In
every respect toother cliromos that are told
singly for doublj thu subscription price ul
tho Aldlnu,
If any subscriber should Indicate a pre
ference for a llguro subject, tho publishers
will semi "Thought oi Homo" a now aui
boatlrul ehromo, llrJO Inches, ropreicntlng
n llltlo Kalian exile whoso speaking eyes
betray the oii.iojrs ul hie heart.
53 per annum, in advitueo, with Oil Chto
moi tree.
Kor ?50 ck.nts kxtka, tbo chromos,
mounted, vnrnishod. and prepaid by mall.
Tho Aldlne will, licrcaltcr, bo obtainable
only by subscription. Thoro will no be re
duced or club rato ; cash for subscriptions
must be sent to tho publisher direct, or
handed to tho local canvasser, without re
sponsibility to tho publisher, except in
cases vvliero Iho certificate is given, beanag
the laclmilosi.uuturo of James Sutton & Co.
CAXVASSKUS WANTED.
Airy pet son wishing to act permanently
as a local canvasser win receive iuu and
prompt Information by applying to
JAMES BUTTON Ot UO., X'UDllSnOTf.
68 Maiden Lane New York
Mi Hiui.oipfc
Coiner Slate St.
CUXCAOO.
T. -.. KeMMiHt RrueilUllt Of l Jf, -
TH iwi.lt ft wit iaa-otUMS w wso M-s.fcil
sociarr. wruw namr um
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