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CIRCUS
TWO SHOWS IX ONE !
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liluiMEjEElMEE:
FIItST-CLASS
Arenic Entertainment.
Startling and Sensational
FEATURES!
DAN RICE
XXT TBS RING
The Great Pantomime!
Vour Celebrated Clowns
Double Sommersault Artists
Bareback Riders
Trapeze Vcrformers
fcvery ailjunct nnd detail lo m.-ike this tli
mun lers.une .-iiiu mernoriou how now
travel! lie;.
Fur full particulars sci pro-.
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AT
CAIRO,
FRIDAY,
April 24th Afternoon ant
Evening.
Assignees Sale
OP
Oneenswarr, Cliiim, (utmnrr, Kock-
rnltuDi and Yellow Ware, Stouevtnre,
China Ornaments and Toys, Fancy
Good, 1'Iatcdivuro, Tallin nnd
Pocket Cutlery, LniniWjt'Lriiip
Chimney?, Lamp Trimmings,
Looking (i lasses, clc.
In fact every kind of good belonging lo a
t irst Class
QUEENS W ARE
STORE
ror me next sixty flay 1 will offer the
above goads at and below cot, for cash onlv.
The goods must bo sold to close the concern.
Close Duvcrg arc especially im lied, either to
come and sec for themselves or send tliclr
orders, In either cjsc I guarantee satisfaction
.1. T. THOMAS.
Assignee onir.on, Dai . ,v co.
C'alao, 111., April IS, 1871.
DR. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Luns
THE GREAT AMKRIOAN COX
SUMl'TIVJJ REMEDY
uiaiauy can uo coniiucreu.
Hall's Balsam Is this Eenwdy.-
ODDreaaftf tR&? "l8ht WM,, rellcvc8 "'u
oppressive tlghtnca across the limes nn.l
wmi,iV.lJ!0m 0f ,l,e M PwlS
WHILE LllE tASTS THERE IS HOPE.
It r 9 . .
kHpt thA i u iueci a cure even
ntv hi, li.,i Ti. i . "jwiiere, nnu
r
im.' km.h'' ". "vouch til.,
rr.l5,'.BPUll.uK.f 'oo , Croon. Whi.oi.1
?-'J,naw,0,Ucr dlcalebt there,!.
.... ..f iv uuuu .-imvB.r.uev'n Troche,
Oxygenated Hitters, Jlott'n' Liver PUN. "vV
JOHN F. HENRY, CURUAN k CO ,
a&-4.i"""t0C""egc w,ce' Xe,v Vf,rk'
RoW. Wood & Oo
1130 RIDGE AVENUE
PHILADELAHIA, PENK.,
reuuuM, Yswes, Aaimal. Iron Stairs
Latep Pttitfsuble Fittings,
CAST, WROUGHT & WIRE BAILINGS
NEW and IMKOVKl'DCUAIR forthcatret,
CtjBeert and Lecture J I alls.
And a General Assorttnent'of Orna-
mental -Iron Work.
.llnif5h, i"1 a"bjMieuton applkaUou.
Hi WARDNKll, M. D.
H..Q. STALKER, M. ),
OUee-mt rcjldtuce 111 Commercial Av
nct4w.toAthetieuiu. j(j!r. '
,"mPtlon, OTanlncurablu dlseac.
I'hysl:isns assuro us this (act. Jt In only
th.'VAnfV0 hfv?,h0 "'KUt Itomedy, d
the terrible malady can bo connucre.i.
glS" " " nuDHituw lor
vmut OlU ui tk Ml turti arUcJe lo
Mt 7 M aMttm mr HtpTllVj,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
wau:i.
Somebody lo Mke from n a thoutsiid hilt
1 1 o :i 1 1
Boon paper nun inivly printed, fur
?:i.s;i.
Ntntemwftf .
OlIO tll011S.mil tlalomnlil. r.l Inlml at Tilt'
Bfotn Ilnil.
Ono fliniuiiml tinfp fipniU m-liiiil nt fn
Ht!i.LTlN oillee tor Si. CO: twotliuimitnl im-
it fji '
VnrAn.
One tfinutanil lillhltinca aacIj tlnn Itrl.tnl
boanl, printed at Tut: lit't.l.KTl.v olllce lor
from S?2..M) to St.oo, nrfonllnir to tire.
WEDNESDAY, Al'ML
1871.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Mil e Coukt. JJoyond one or two
cases of no importance thoro w no bull
non transacted in llio police court yester
day. Tbaykr Mr.KTi.Nd. Tho Mcthcdltts
will hold prayer mooting tbla evening In
the RaptUt Mission room, cornor Waih
ington avonue and Tonth ilruct, ovur
"VVhitlocl. grocery itoro.
Koti Sam. Tho bulldlni; now oceunlod
by tbo Now York Storo will bo told choap
to anyono removing tbo iamo from tho
ground. Cn a. O. Tatiku & Co.
3 L22.3t
Risimi. Tbo Ohio river is nuw within
six feet of ui high hs it was in 1907,
though It will requlro an Immenio vol
ume of water lo mako it riiu much
higher. Tho lowlands in Kentucky und
Minouri aro now suhmnrced in manv
placet.
Quikt. Thoro wa vory little butlnec
transacted on tho levoo, and in fact any
where olto in tho city yesterday. Every
body was attending tho olection, and busi
ness was clven the co-bv. Everv onn
will feol relieved that the election Id over
and peace and quiet will once mo.-o rolgn
in the municipal camp.
Keih. Tho man Charlio Hoed, who
was arretted and sohoavily llnd on .Mon-
day for smashing furnlturo,otc.,atWlndsor
Castlo on Sunday evening, was arretted
again on Monday night charted with
having same timo ago stolen a lino gold
watch at Nashville, Tonneeto. lio was
still in Jail last night, but unless some
mpredlflnite information coneernini! the
thoftof tho watch is received soon, ho will
probably bo discharged.
rtiKHONAL.Mr. U.S. Hums has taken
thoplacoof Mr. Curtit as night clork of
mo bt. (Jharlet hotel. Mr. Hums was
ror a very long timo conncclcd with the
Feabody Uouio at Memphis, wheroho be
camo vory popular with all with whom
his business brought him in contact. In
convenatlon, Mr. Rurnt It a pleasant and
anabie gcntloman, and bo will, no doubt.
toon becomo as popular with the guotti of
tho SLChorlos as ho was with tboso of tho
roabody.
Dan Rick's Oikcus! Thoro is probably
not a man undor forty in all this broad
land, who has over benn or heard of
circus, who dooa not know or hoard of Old
Dan Rice, tho princo of jostors, tho clown.
philosophor and philanthropist. Althouuh
tho hand of timo has boon laid unon him.
ho It still tbo follow of inflnlto lost, who
doligbtod our younger days. Dan Rico
will again exhibit his great rlvor show
and circus hero, at Cairo. .n kvm...
April 24th, with n company!
lull and complete, and prosontinir
an ontortainmont highly commondod by
tho press gonorally. Dan Rico it tho best
circus man in tho world. Ho has to long
beon ongaged in the business that the host
of cbronologors beliovo him to bo a hun
dred yoara of ago. Dan Rlce'a name re
vivos romlnisconsos of youthful days. It
brings to mind ginger eakot, cidor and
apple pios, and to-day Dan Jtico ollen at
good an ontortainmont as attracted evorv
one In anti-bcllum times. Romombor to
go tho circus on tho 2-ith.
THAT ORDINANCE.
A ,FKW HUOOESTIOKH
T11U
01 t'Y COUNCIL.
Mit. Knnon:- In your Issue of tbo "1st
instant, I observe that a now ordlnancu In
regard to tho regulations of danco-houscs
wm ottered by the ordlnanco con.mlttco
In tho main, this ordinance is on,i. i,i'
thero it a vorv imnortnnt rn.i. ......
turo demanded by lustlco imrt
-lft out, und l.theretoro, take tho prlvll
Ke of suggesting u fuw hmend
mont. to the Urst and second sections
to that tbete escliona will apply t0 ud
men as well as to Lurd women. At they
now tlH)l) soctonj lnak(j h unUw
ful to permit lewd women, or women bay.
ing tbo reputation 0f being lowj to fr
Now, I pray tho city father! to change
the roadlng of tboso sections o at to
make It unlawful for lewd men or lowd
women, or pertoni having tho reputation
or being lewd men or lowd women to fro.
quent or atlond those place of vice
I hope our city fathers will have tbo
mora, C0Ur.ge and manliness to adopt the
bove suggestion.. It appear, to L,"
be cowardly and mean to logUUt" o
much for our erring .Utort and so little
for our erring brothers. Let it go forth
that tho clly of Cairo has the manllneit
and moral courago to legislate according
tp tho plain dictatos of Justice.
If our city rulers really deslro to break
up thosedent of infamy, let thnm .i.
their "faith by their worki," and all good
citizens will applaud thnm. v,......
uairo, April 21, 1874.
Mm. RuMiioiJi It prepared to hlkacii
and j'Biss hats and bonnets in tho mott
approved ttylo, and in a manuor to givo
mtirt i latitfaction. Call at her residence
'wniuiireei 1-etweon Walnnt and
Cedar.
The Election.
Though thoro was not much said about
tho city olection which camo olf yesterday
until n fow da tago.it was,ln its way, ono
of the most stubbornly contested. Tho
ptinolpal fight was over tho treasurer and
clerk's offices, and the frionds of tbo
several candidates woro active In their ef
forts to tecuro votot for the candidates of
tbuir choice.
flKST WAht).
ihe contest for the otllcos of
clork and treasurer and for mem
eort oi tno board ot aldermen was
worked up lo fuver-heat, and, though tblt
was tho caso, tho lost of feeling pre
vailod, and the day pasted of compara
tively quiet. At an early hour, It becamo
manifest tint -Mr. 1'uterSaup wat loading
all the candlJatut for alderman, and bis
election was n foregonu conclusion. Mr.
Saup will, wo ari latitliod, endeavor to
dlchargo the duties of bis ofllco in an lion
ot, faithful and patriotic matinur.
For treasurer, Iho friondt of both Rlt-
tonboiuo and illako concluded tbnl "tliolr
man" was ahead. Tho voto below will
Indicate which was rlcjht.
For clork, the contest was close both
tho candidates being popular nnd their
frionds were acllvo and did their best for
tlinm.
TRKAAUtlCn.
Rlttenhouso 103
Hlake 100
myth fi'.i
Rlttcnboute't majority a
Howloy us
Hawkins US
Saup 1
llacKer 4
Hawkins' majority 17
CITY ATTORNEY.
Webb 1U9
Illack 01
Webb's majority 133
roil ALDEHilAN LO.VOTKMU.
Peter Saup l'.'a
Phlllipt til
Cunningham 10
TO FTI.I. VACANCY.
AValder I'j2
Splllor
In the
BKCONU WAHIi,
liko in tho flrtt, tho big light was fur tho
troasuror. Tho friends of Rittenbouso
and Illako wero on the alort, and It wn? a
hard matter to pass through tho crowd
that thronged tho sidewalk in front of
tho voting placet without being
asked At least half n dozen times
for which ono of the candidate your voto
would bo cast. Mr. Smyth also had
frionds at work bore, but tboy wero not
to numerous as in tome of tho otbor
wards, at will bo seen by tho voto at pub
lished below.
Uawloy and Hawkins wero tho princi
pal candidates for clork, the othor young
gentlomen in tho Held receiving only a
fow volet. Roth tho llrst named being well-
known and popular, both of tho tamo faith
politically, and equally compotont to dis
charge tho dutiot of tho otllco, thero wat
littlo cholco bolwoon them, m tho voto
bolow will thow.
For aldermon, Messrs, II. Mover
and Capt. N. II. Thlstlowood for tho
long torm, and Mr, D. Matliuss and A.
Comings to till the vacancy in tho board
occasioned by tho rotlgnut'on of Mr. Rlt
tenhouso, woro tho candidates. Thoy uro
all goad men, and well qualified to sorvo
in tho council. Cant. Thiatlowood for the
ong term, and Mr. . I). Matbiua to fill
yacanoy, wore tho tucccssful cand. dates.
For city attornoy, II AV. Webb and II.
II. Illack had it hingl.i banded.
Mr "Webb rocuived a very haudsomo ma
jority in this ward.
TKEASUIIKII.
Rittonhoiiio 170
Hlako ioi
Smyth 40
Rlttonhouto't majority 71
riTr ci.kkk.
Howloy j jo
Hawkins isr,
Saup
Hacker
Hawkins' majority 10
CITY ATTOItNKY.
Weub J23
Illack D3
Webb's majority
AI.DKItMAN I.ONO TXUM.
Meyer ,
130
121
Thistle wood
170
Thlitlowood't majority.
1
103
1211
TO FU.I. VACANCY',
.Matbuss
Comings..,
-Matbuss' majority :U
Till u n WAIIP,
Tho choli o of a mombor of tho board cf
aldermen to rcprosent the peoplo of this
ward soaa od to bo of fully at much impor
tance to the voton of this ward m any
ol tbo more remunerative olllees.
rontu,t for alderman was
between Capt. w. V. Wright and Mr l'at.
ritzijorald. Uothmondld their " levol
bett" to socuro election, and that -Mr. Fit?.,
gorald camo out a few volet short of
enough to give him a seat in the board is
no fault of hit. Ho bat terved several
times in the council, and, generally, was
considered to hvo good Judgment und
tound discretion. Capt. Wright, tho
tucccssful candidate, 1. a business
man 0r good understanding and
thoroughly Imbued with tliobettlntorostt
of tho city. Ho itone ol tbo kind ol man
of which the city council should bo com
noted, and will relied credit on Iho ward
ho ropresonts.
Tho light over the treasurer's and clerk's
olllce and the oily attorneyship wa, not
so hotly contesled horo. and J. . ' ...
ally voted as thoy fut Inclined,
lowing It tho vote cast for tho
otlk'Oj ;
Tbo fol
dlllorent TIIIUSUHKU.
Rlltenbousfl.,.,
Rlako ,
Smyth j
. 66
,1311
. 14
. 48
Rlake't majority
'ITY CLKK.
Howley
nawkint,
. nr,
.ICi
Saup....
Hacker.
Hawkln'i
majority. ItttlMt tt
CITY ATTOItNKY,
. 07
Webb.
Ulack..
.131
.108
woub t majority L3
AUIKHMAK.
Wright... ; ,co
iseraiu.... , 71
Wright! majorlly 95
rountit WAIIII.
in me fourth ward thoro wat close
work, tlto frionds of each ot tho candidate
working enprcollcally. andicomlnc-lv with
nuotormitiatlon to win If potslblo.
me light for the treasuror was waned
with unrelenting determination bv ihn
iriamu ot Doth UlaliO and Rlttenhouso.
. . ....
and tbo gontlcninn who received tbo ma-
only must thank his friends in Iho old
Fourth for tbo uallant work thov did for
him.
As anticipated, .Mr. Webb, for tllv
attornoy, carried tbo Fourth ward by .a
nanusoniojiiajorlty.
-Mr. Hawkins rnerdvrd n
.ol ll I.. .U,. ... "V
Messrs. C. F. Nelllt and .lobn a
tin
vnuo wero candidatoi for alderman.
Mr. Nollla was olected by 07 of a majority.
Ho will faithfully roprosont tho Interest.
01 nit ward, and tal:o a lively Interett in
tho nfl'alrs ol tho city.
TKKASUnKI.,
Rittenbouso jqi
Rlako "' ' iftT
Smvth -.,
Rlake't majority
t;i.KUK.
Howlny Hj
Hawkins in
Saup.
Hiiwkint' mojority 121
CITY ATTOItNKY.
Wobb oqi
Illack "r.
Wobb't majority He
AI.IiKKMA.V.
John (!. Whlto in;
Chat. F. Nellla 172
Nellis inajotlty 07
IIITII WAIlt).
What bai been taid ol tbo election in
the other wards may bo taid of tho llfth.
About tbo usual number of votos wero
polled, and tbo main contest wat for tho
otllect of city treasuror and city clork.
1110 rarobotwoon Mr. Thos. W. Hall!-
day and Mr. Jamet Carroll for nldorman,
excitcu much Interest, and tho friondt of
ach worked hard. Mr. Halliday't major-
llyi 1 it a vory handtonio coinplimont
t that gentleman' popularity amonis hit
nolgb bore.
TIlKAHJIiKlt.
Ritleiibouic.
f.l
1!17
32
Illako
Smyth
Rlako
majority
CITY CI.EKK
Howluv
Hawkins jq
."saup
Hacker
Hawkins' majorlly
CITY A1TOHNKY
Webb ,ri3
UIOCK
Wobbt
majority m
ai.likiiman.
Halllday.
Carrott..,
Mr. Halliday'e majority for aldorman
in the firth ward it nearly ono hundred
RIJUAl'lTULATION.
TltKAoUItKIt, IltTTICNIIOL'al!.
First ward
103
Second ward
Third ward is
Fourth ward ' " 101
Fifth ward
r.i!8
TKUASUIIKII, 1II.AKK.
First ward
100
Second ward
Third ward '
101
fourth ward
107
rlfth ward 13
81
THKASUIll'.H, SMYTH,
First ward
Second ward
Third ward ',
Fourth ward
Fifth ward
.. 40
.. II
.. 11
.. 32
117
CITY CI.KKK 11 OWI. KY,
First ward , hh
Socond ward 14'j
Third ward a
Fourth ward a2
Fifth ward
607
CITY CI.KI11C HAWKINS.
Flrt ward i:if,
Socond ward i&'.i
Third ward 152
-Fourth ward 203
Fifth ward ics
fa05
CI I V
AlTOKNKY WKIIll.
i irs wara inn
Second "Ward 223
Third Ward im
Fourth AVard ooi
Fifth Ward 153
807
CITY ATTOKXKY 1ILACK.
FirttWard ?,
Second AVard .?
Third AVard. 108
r ourth ward sr,
Fifth AVard 72
310
Rlake't majority fi3
Hawkins' majority "98
AVobb'a majority 488
ROOM a TO RENT.
In Wilcox block. AVashlnctoti uvonuo.
at tho lowest Hgtiret. 10 MMf.
FOR SALE.
Two Ilatterlos of two Hollort. each "4
foot long, 42 Inch Dram, a 14 Inch Fluoi
with flro frontt. Mud and Htoam drums
Safety and Mud valvot. Chlmnov and
Rritchitl, all comnUtn anil In (Ir.t.nl.a
orderj; boon used only throo months. For
PV'f"' ,nQulro ot J. T.'Rknnjk,
u-io-w. Vulcan Iron AVorkt.
.lust received, a lino lot of extonslon
laddort, garden hoes, rakes, etc., etc.. at
A Ualley't. CO 4-17-lm,
DROWNED.
doNKsnono, April 21, 1874.
KbITOH RULtKTINi A'ottordav f.VInn
day) Alfred Cotner and Henry L. (latietto
woro drowned In tbo Mississippi river,
oppo.uo Hamburg landing, in this
(Union) county. Thoy went to tho Mit-
touri ahoro In n skill- for a load of tlono.
On tho return tbo wind was blowing a
gaio, anu tho boat tunk in tho middlo of
1110 rivor. Uno of tho parties twam two
miles and u half, and was with
in a quarter of ft ,n0 0f
thoro when ho wont down. Mr.
Cotnor was about ilxty-llvo yoara of ago.
He wat raitod in tblt countv and wat a
good citizen. Mr. (lazollo was a young
man and not so well known. At our last
advlcot tbo body was not found.
I ruit is all right in Union county.
Wheat is looking splendid. ,
TOIKURLm
Wo havu Just oponed out ono of tlm
largostund llnett !tocksufDry (loads
Notions, iloolt and Shoos ovor brought to
thtg city. In our stock of Dry Ooods can
bo found Lawns In the vorv latust of
etylcs. Tho Percales aro beautiful, also
aro tho .lapancso Silks and Poplins.
Alpaccas can bo teen in nil shadct,.cordod
and plain. Swiss, tho vory finest. Naln
sooks and A'ictorla Lawns, Silkt and Silk
trimmings In beautiful color.. Dnmnitln
and Calico, tho cheapest ami finost ttock
in tho city; nlso a largo stock of pleco
goodt, such at Cassimores. Cottonados.
Lawsn, T and M Llnon. Checks, uto.. utc.
Our Stock of thoo.4 it vurv liirm ntwl
wo defy competition. Our stock of ulovcj
it largo aim wlil bo solil very cheap. AVu
havo also Just received COO dozon of
Coats' and Clark's cotton thread which wo
odor at 0 cents per spool. Our ransom
lor appearing boforo tbo public in this
manner is that wo havo never kept to
largo and lino a stock or goods as wo now
havo. Wo ask a liberal patronage of the
public, as wo have purchased our goods
lor cash and can allord to foil them cbea
no am parties 10 can anu look through
our goods, as wo Und it notroublo to show
goods. AVc aro determined, to sell as cheap
as any nouso n tho city if not cheaper.
in tart, wo defy competition in many
arllclet, as wo buy all goods for cash, and
wo i'K'h juacn 10 nuy, and aro
always on tho lookout for bargains.
uur thanks for patronaco heretofore.
hoping wo will still retain a portion of
tho tamo in the future.
DANIKI. H AHTif AN iV Co.,
Cor. Sixth et. and Commercial ave.
APPEAL FOR AID.
Fellow-Citi? kns or Caiho: Ily
proclamation issued by the mayor of New
Orleans, dated April 18, 1871, getting fortb
tho wants of tho unfortunate citizens of
Louisiana, and calling upon tho mayors
of tho ditroront cities of the United States
tor assistance In thofr timo of need. I
hereby call upon tho citizens to meet in
tho rooms of tho chamber ol commerce,
in rotor Cuhl's building, on Ohio lovee,
on AVednosday, April 23d, at 10 a. m., to
take Into consideration tho tpoedlott and
best method ol rondorlng such aid and as
sistance as tho citl.onr of Cairo can give
to an unfortunate sistor state. It is hopod
all will turn out and give their aid to this
most worthy object.
A'cry Rospcctfully,
John AVooi', Mayer.
Mrs. M. Swander has just filled
nor store room with a line stock of
spring millinery and all kinds of fancy
goods and notions. Her ready-trimmed
hat! and bonnets eurpatt anything ovor
brought to Cairo j tho young and tho old
lady, tho brldo and tho widow will find
among thorn Just what tho wants in tho
way of abator bonnet. Mrs. Swander
has also brought a beautiful assortment of
flowors and trimmings, sash ribbons, col
iars, undorsleovos, etc., etc. Tho ladies
aro especially Invitod to call and oxamlne
goods and prices. All goods marked in
plain figures. 17 l-o-lm.
Step and Extension Laddors, Hand
Screens, Riddles, Sioves, Shovolf, Spadoc,
Forks, Hoos, Rakos, AVatorClosot Urinals,
Kitchen ami Cess Pool Sinkt. Clothes
Kingore, Clothot Honos, Clothes Lincsn
and, in fact, a lull assortment of kitnhon
and Houso furnishing goods at A. Hal
loy's, 108 AVnshinglon avenue, near Tenth
etroot. 60 -1-17-lm.
liiNUiNo. Parties having completo
volumes ol books, such as Sbakspearo,
Ilyron, Moore, History of tbo AVorld, en.
cyclopii'Jias, IJIblos, periodicals music,
etc , which they deslro to havo rebound,
will do well to consult .1, 0. Huels nt tho
Cairo City llindury, Hullktin" building,
boforo giving them to agents of foreign
establishments. Mr. Huels inVitcsan in
spection of bit work and prices.
;J2 1-10-2W
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
Wo havo n Parkor llrotkors llrceeh
Loading (Jun, gun and outfit valued at
ono hundrod dollars, which wo oiler for
tale for eighty dollars. Tho above is ono
of their best dooarboni.od guns with front
action rebounding locks, and fully war
ranted. Enquire for ono week ut Tiik
Rullktin Oi i ick. it
Fon Salk. Slngor Wowing Machine,
noarly now, with all Improvements.
Terms easy. Machines (all makos) takon
in exchange for tho Light Running "Do
mestic" at liberal prices, at Harmon's
book ttoro, Agency Domestic Sowing Ma.
chlno. 4.(j-lt
Fon Sroviss. Tlnwaro.toilotware, stoam
ooking vossols, broilors, "bird cages, lan
terns, gato springs, gato binges, tablo and
pockol cutlory, llutlng Irons. Alio for
roofing, gutters and spouting, go to A.
Halloy's, 108 Washington avonuo, near
Tooth atroot. . 60-4-17-lm.
Tiik Monitois. For tho Monitor, tho
ost coal Cook Stovo over mado or tho
ashion, tho champion wood Cook oft.lio
West, go to A. Halloy's, IC8 "Wasblngto
avenue, near Tenth Btreot.
ti 1-lMm
FOR saw;.
Socond-hnrid clothing,' watches, jewelry
plstolt, &c, bought and told, Also a lot
Urussols' carpet, furniture, its., for salo
Opposite Cairo and Vlnconnos railroad
dopot. (,180 -J-2.tfJ M, Cov.ve
Full supply of Domestic paper nalterm
of tho latest tprlng ttylot Just rocolvod at
tno agency, Hannon'b Hook Stouk,
5l.i-m.lt
AVILCOX.
Tkn poiindt of brown sugar for $1 ; 8
pounus nest coiloo sugar at $1, 3 pounds
oi cuoico euttor nt $lj baking powder -iT.c
Pri.i; imperial tea nt 1 j potatoot 30
conn par peck j 3 lbs cnllco 51,at AVIIcox'i
WocU- 107 2-Mm.
UNION UAKKRY.
I rani! Kratky dctlrot that tbo public
tnouid know that he it prepared toddlvor
broad of good quality and, 'pianllty, for
litlla money, In any part of the city.
Olvo him your ordort, and thon look out
ror the
RED WAriliN
bv which he will dollvor to joti tbo ttall'
01 iiiu. 271-3.Vfi.lm
HUTOHIHN
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER,
And IValcr In
FRESH aMEATS,
Eiiiiitii Siiikkt. liter. AVamiinuto:! ANtl
oMMKiiviAi.,Avc.adJoinlng HarmyV.
ICl'PIII till' lii'vl nl' It, ..f I'nrL' M
I.aiuli. S.'iii'aui'. i le.. mill l iirmiur
rw. famuli., li, ., aiiTinabiu manner.
JAS. KYNASTON,
XJ T O H JH 3L
And Healrr In
ALL KINDS iW FItKSlI MEATS
Nenr Cor. Twentieth Stroet and
Cpuiinorclal Avonuu.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
HYLAND &. SAUR,
BUTOH THlFt.S,
And li :ilri in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Offery deeiiplliiii.
nn'. lOth Mri'i't and ConiiiHT lal imie."
NYt iIikii- to Hie lljlaiid Siluon.
t'.iii(, Illinois.
IKS AT S I OItDH
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
W1I0LKSALE (iUOOEIt,
. f
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
-Ao. 70 Ohio I.otcc, C.lllIO, ILLS
S.-Mf'pcclal attention ghdl to rnuslgn-
i.viika Mini lining oriiurs.
SAM WILSON,
in. i 1:1: IS
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.
3XTo. UO OJito Xjovoo.
CAIRO, ILLS.
THAT
DM. H U LTZ
IS DEAD.
UK IN NTIMi I.IVINU ANS IN f.llll
ilia olllce and dlspciiinry ut
xNO. 22 KIG'JTII S'J'JtKKT,
Hot. Couuneretiil unil U'lmrntii'mn ...'.muf.u
It In true, tho (loetor Ih onn nt ilm . ,1 . 1 . 1 1
piiya lelaiis of thu place, and hln diploma,
tin., iuuik III inn lllliuu, NIIIIHS lliai lid Unil
been 32 years in the profession. Ile Is dolti;
a laruer olllce tiraetleii tlinn iiiiv ruhur- 1.1,
slclan, treatlng all kinds of chronic illscai-i's
01 iiiu numan Mynem, such as old ulcers and
all illseafceM of the skin, humors and blood
pultons; aluo dUeates or tho throat; aho
all llIllUAMfth Ol till, f.viil rif ifinrj .I....II
also artificial eyes Inserted; fistula cureu1
nuiiuiuuiH use oi a iiuilo ; cancers cured
by the application or medicines ; plinplen ou
tho face removed; all urinary dlsuatei
cured ; all rorms of venereal and privato
diseases cured In tho shortcut time ; semla
j uiukiiuan nnu aen-aii'iH) curoil III a snor
timo.
Jtls sell-cvldentthata pliynlelaii treating
cases for twenty-two jcars acquires gieal
All consultations conlldentleal, In person
or by lettea. 1
ineiiif.inrs lurnlshcd at oillto In all
lli-.il ll.l IIH. IIAVII) lllll.r.
HE AX. KBTATE AUEKUV,
John n, llannaii.
(Jul. 'I dorp
J. Q. HAFIMAN & CO.
-.NJ-
IIOUSM AG I0NTS,
corjiixri'ons,
C'ONV H VANCKHS.
NOTAJtlKS IMJIifJCS,
And j.iiujl Aent-ol Iho Illinois fi-nti-al and
.MiiiiiijjiiHi nun .m.-Mnin ic. is, toy,
ioitn cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Levoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Ohio Lkvj:i:, (Second Kloor,;
Cairo, 111.
liny and Sell RIJ.M. RSTATC, I' . T
rillillshes Alitliaets o Jiiic,
nri.and Commlttioiiei-,
I
WILSON
SHUTTLE
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
. MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
lo Swim
THE BEST IHTHEWORLD
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 ;
TOR BEING
.The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
COMPOSITION.
I r " For Homming, Foil
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, t Stitching
fine or lieauy Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where wo have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sewing
Machines 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 Scwiti"; Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Miscellany.
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Sewies Macliioe Co.;
CLEVELAND. OHIO.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
,
UHfjERS,
m.
11001 anil shoo maker. Tn-on litlrot i..
tween Washington avenue and l'o'plar
trCCt.lt tinl):irpil In inner linnto ...... . l.
, . 1 - .- u '"".! 1. 1 1 puUli.
.,' '""."test and mot lashlouablo styles.
Ho will mako them to order, old or uow
Hylcs lo suit customers, nut nl 11,. 1... un.i
trohcst stoek, of which ho always has u
good supply on hand Irom which to mako
wloctloiH. All fitting or boots and .shoes
mado by .Mr. j;blers Is done In his own thou
no foreign fitting bolmr used by him.
(livo him a call, and ho will givo you sails,
fact km.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Haimv rclior for vounc? men from mn
fuels nl orrurs and ahlison in o.irlr lln. sion
hood restored. Impediments to marriage
remnvcil. New method or treatment. New
and remarkable remedies, llnnka nmi ..i.
iulars sent lice, in toalod onvclopet. Ail-
1lr1.ua llfii.'rt..l . , ,. 1 .. . J 1 . . .
IV. v. n-'uuimioii, no, a ooutti
Ninth Street. lh tnilnlnliln. i t..u.i;..
tlnn bavin,' a hlfc'brepuiatlon for hnnorablo
ninliiel and pinrelonal skill. llD-ail&wam
MRS. L. T. BFIIGQS,
(,Sueccs.oi- to l'hllllps and lirlges.)
MILLHTERY
AND
DIlESSMAKINGr.
Commercial Ae bnt OH, uud lOlhlHIs.
A'
NEW
HUlltl
Macliioe
i-1-Uu. L'AIIIO. IIiLIi,

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