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ot'H onuitonicg,
. IlKlrtTI V 'IIUIl'lll-KlL'litccnth etrcct
lulweon Washington and Walnut.
Preaching every lhlr.1 nml fourth Sunil:iy.
numlay school nt .') p, in,
I'r.iyer niccllng Wednesday (veiling,
11 ItTitlMiil.i:, Patnr.
.nUliVTEUIAH-KtghtU Htreot.
I'lonchliu.;, riabbath at 101 tun. all J 71 p.m
Prayer moetlii;, Wodnooday at 7t p. in.
dabbath Hchool, 3 p.m. J. M, Lansdon, Hu
porliitendcnt. Ifev. U. Tiiaykr, Pastor
.1 K I'UODIS l'.-Cor. Klghth and Walnut Hti.
frcNclilnif, Sabbath at 11 a.m.) and 7 p. in
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
bitbbath Hchool, 3. p.m. I,. W. Htlllwcll,
."iincrlntondent. Hkv. J. L. Wallkh.
Pastor.
IMJllOU OF THIS KEDKKMKK-(Kp1sco-i.
ul.)
Morning prayors. Habbath 101 .m
livening prayora. 71 p.m.
ahbatb School, U a.m.
Hev. Cn.ts. A. (iii.iiKiir, Hector.
I'. PATKIOK'8 CHUKCH-Nltith at. and
ustilngton Avenue.
Public service, Babbath b:10 and 101
Venue rs, 7 ti.su.
Hihbath .School, 2 p.m.
acrvieo every day, e a.m.
Hkv. 1. J. 0'Hau.oua., Pilesl.
T. JOrtKl'Jl'H CHUKUIL (Ocrmnn,) cor
nel uf Wuhiututid Cioss streets,
Masi, uvury tJubb-ith ut H) o'clock a. m.
opart, i p. ui.
Jli Ulirlug week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Hkv. C. UtiKPMAN, Prlet.
iUtltAN I.UTin;ilANO)IIJH(JH-i;ith
.irett between Washington Avonuo and
Wtllllllt BlTOOt.
Preaching .Sunday morning r.t 10 o'clock.
' atibatb rtr.hool at 'i o'clock p. in.
Hev. j. Dukii'Iciinkk. Pastor.
OI..NW MUK'tt CHHlaTlA-N AbHoOIA
I ION.KeUlar. meeting soconti Monday
tneb uiont'i at their room over KockwcU
.v i;j' hook store, Couuicrulal avonuo.
Woolly Prayer matting, '"riday,J p.m. at
it room.
1...W. Sin.l.MKLL. President.
(MONO MIsHIONAKY HAl'TI.ST
l llwKCU. Coram-f-ycauioro and 1 nrt
i rnt NtrcLL". I'n buhiui' riabbntb ut 11
o'clock ft. m. and II c. lock p. in.
hunday .School 1 o'clock p. m.
'I'ho church it connected with the Illinois
Asioclallnu, l.y the First Missionary llap
tiit Church ot Cairo.
ItKV. Holomon I.konakp, Pastor.
KltlCAH MBTHODI.4T. Fourteenth, bo
iwntiu Walnut and Cedar,
ijirvlcvn, Habbath, 11 a.m.
abbuth .School, H p.m.
t 'lisi meets at li )i.m.
V.l ONI KKKK W1M. HAPTIbT' Hi-
identh .Street., between WUcut and Ccdtr.
Services Sabbath, 14 and 3 p. ci.
1UV. N. kiukx, Pastor.
IIKU WILL UAPT1BT IiOMK MISSION
.SAHHATH HCHOOL Corner Walnut
end Cedar Httcets.
.S.ilib.iUi School. !l a.m.
; lltNT KHKK Wil.I. HAl' TI.ST CUUltCH
.Curry' llarracki"
hC!VlC, .S.ihh'ith 11 a.L'l., 3p.m. .'.Tip. 13.
ItKV. AVm. Keli.ky, l'aitor.
, IPST MIPSIONAHY HAl'TI.ST CUUHCH.
(;oiUr. between .Ninth and Tonth Sts.
1. eachln;; HaUbaUi, 10 a,m. ami 71 p.m.
I'ruyur mcctluR. tidncsday evening.
J'rtichlii!;, Krfilny evcnlnr.
Kihbath hchool, 11 p.m. John Vanllaxtcr
nud Mary Stephens HupeiintcndutitH.
Hev. T. .1. HiioitKf, l'astor.
K( o:iI) HAl'TlSrcilUUCll Fourteenth
M"ctit. lictwft'ii Cedar nd Walnut. Thu
c- ly L .t churob roc seized by the Ax-
u.i tation.
t rvi'iei, Habbatli. 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
UW. .lACOII IlltADLEV. Klilur.
bKUUKT "oKUJiUii.
TIIK AlASUKH.
A I HO CO.MMANDKUY. No. 18.-SU'.ed
Acii'inbly at tho Aryluia Masonic Uall, lirrt
anil tbiru jionuaya in cacn inonui.
. A1HO COUNCIL. No.t!4. KcKUlar Couvo-
cation at Mnvinlc Hall, the secoud Ftiday
In cicli monui.
AIKO CHAl'TKIi So. 71. Hi'irulir Con-
ratlun at Masonic IU11, on the third
Tfodayol every month,
.AUH) I.ODUK. So. 237 P. A. M.-Hciru-
mr Communlcatlonii at Muwnli: Hall, the
icond and fourth Mondays of inch month.
T11K OUIJ-KELLOWH.
a l.KXA"UF.H I.OUGK, '."21 Meet) in Odd-
FbIIovtl' Hall, In Artur'it bulldiii;;, t-rr)
rliurtuay evenini; at a o'clock. m
STATU OFI'ICKIW.
(lovernor John I.. Uccrldi;!;.
l.leutcuant-OoTcrnor
Secretary of fiuto (itnriio II. Harlot
Auditor of ftate C. K. Miipltnotl.
.State Treasurer Capor Hut..
Attornev tlcncral .Jamca K. lwlnutl.
dupt. 1'ublle Intructlon Nuwton lUUiuan
CO.NUHD5bMt.-N.
S matotb Hlchard J. Orfiby and John A.
.fiim li.
Reptc-ontatlvo j:ij;litcenth UlnUlct User
.lemeuw.
Mt.MltKltK CKSKIlAl, AS.SE.M11I.Y.
llot.ri'.cnt!Ulcn In tho MtU lltrlct.r-
nhn II. Otn-rly, Win. A. l.cmma and MaUi
s .). liiHcorc.
ktuitor for the rOl'a ilUtrltt. Juwc U are.
COUNTY OFF1CKUS.
CIKCUIT CDUitT.
Judu'o 1). J. linker, or Aluxsndor.
mmm'k Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
ch:rk It. 8. Yocum.
tiheilir A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Afcc.por and Ttouror.
tureyor John P. Ilely.
COU.NTV COUitT.
lii.li.n. V. Hrn.j.
Aoi!lutu J. K. McCllto aud is. Mar.'hlh
on.
Clerk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Corouor John 11. Uoseiuan.
M UN ICU'A L "UO VKKNM K.N T.
Mayor John Wood.
Trcasuror H. A. Cunningham.
Cointiiroucr r.. 11. raius.
Clerk M cbaol llowloy.
II. Wation Webb.
Police MaKlstratos K. llrota and .!. J.
!...(
Mondial and Chlcror I'ollcc Wm.McIIalc.
stn-iit Coinnilxdonor 1). J. Oullluati.
Members l'ollco Force A. Cain saruunt,
iV. W. Wootcn, rhtlllp Ueliu.Chas. Men
ind Henry T. Miirtln.
nniini i' ii.Di:UMKN.
Klrjt ward-Ulram IllibV aud J. M,
"l.llllrm.
riccond ward Uorman Moyer and Wood
ilittHnhnllgn.
Third ward John McKwuu and K. K'ors-
never.
Fourth ward C.
KcGauloy.
Fifth wurd Jno,
I. Morris
K. Ncllt and M. J.
II. lloblnson and Wm.
HOOK MkNIIKlt.
" l'ATKONIZK
HOME rnttJDin
BULLETIN BINDERY,
L'orner Twelfth utroet aud 'Wtishlmtlou Ave
I. C. HUELS,
li.&te or .St. houla,)
l'KOl'KIKTOi;
BOOK HINUElt AND ULANK HOOK
MANUKAOTUUKH
llliANIC llOOKH of ovory drsemi'.lou ilono
with noatiicsfl and dUpateh. All kinds ol
rullUif dono at Hiort uotleo. lllbles, Music
MttL'ailncfl and periodicals bound nuut mid
t tlin lowest tiosalblo ratos.
County work, such us Itecordu, Oneket
Fee Hooks, Illimks, etc.. m:ido u kpcclalty.
Iloxes, l'ocket IIooUs,Knvelops, ete.,m:ulu
10 nruor. iwn.
THEPARKER'GIIH
' fiEHP STAMP FORIACULAR
; PARKER BRffiSl
it.tlootloti Offl(i), Ittilltltn lliilMIn
Wttklilnstoii Areune.
WIJDNIiHDAY, MAY C, k;i.
TIIK
Mr.
IMANO HOW
HKUV IT.
TO I'lill.
Max llfillcr iciitcs(8 us tu jiulj.
mil iiiu liiiinwiii.'
for tlic benefit of
jiiaiio owiom :
I r iH evident that 'iftlic l'iaiio is lo
remain in good order for many years,
Ijooil euro inu!t be taken of it. The
instrument should be closed when not in
use, in order to prevent the collection
of durtt, jiiiH, ctti., etc., on the (sound
borad ; however, it must not bo loft
closed for u jieriod of pcvoral months
or longer, hut ho opened oecaHionally,
and thu daylight allowed to Htrike tho
keps, or (dm the ivory may turn yel.
I"V,
Any hard Mib.itancc, no matter bow
small, ilrojipcd inside ot the Piano will
euiifc it rnttlinjr, jnrrin noise.
It is in cveiy eafo dcHitable that an
india-rubber or cloth cover -liould pro
tect thu iiiftrmiKiit from buiM;.- and
Hcratcbcs.
The Piano tbould not lie jdaecd in
a damp-room, or left open in a draft
of air ilaiupiic-'f. is itd ilaii;erou. cue
my, c.-ni'iii the .itnn'H niiil lulling,
pin.i to tust, the cloth uod in thu con-
truction of the kcvi of action to swell,
whercbv the lncubaiiitiiii will mnvn
luBJ.'i.ifily, or often htick tngather.
I tut occurs clnelly in tlio -uininrr sua
foil, and . tlio hot pianoH, m-ulo of thu
most thoroughly fcasuncd material, are
nesessarily the moat afTectcd by damp,
lies", tho ubsortition boiii" more rapid.
Kxtrcmc best is hearcely less injurious.
The piano .should not be placed very
near to an open fire or a heated Move,
nor oscr or close, to the hot air from
furnaces now in "onoral uo.
Motlm are very destructive to tho
cloth and felt u.-cil in the piano, and
may bo kept out of it by nlaciiiu a lump
of camphor.wtapped in soft pajcr,in the
corner, care bum" taken to renew it
from time to time.
M.hit poiorn arc unawaicof the im
portance of having their pianos kept in
order and onlv tuned by a competent
tuner. A piano should be tuned at
least onco evorv three or four months.
luring thu first year, and at longer in
tervals afterward.
'( II Yl IHSI ON ! KI'.CII A XT.
MILLER & PARKER,
Goiici'iil OojnmiHsion
FORVMRDiNG ME ROMANS,
Ufabrv In
J'l.Ol'K, COltN, OATH, 1 1 A , e.
Aiii-nl f'.i l'airbaiik'- Scale.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER AX LEY.
GROCERS
An-I I.. l.,l
Commissim Merchants.
NORTHERN BUTTER
A -piTialty.
i.i ut "Hi .-inn uiid W.i-hini.'ti'li Ave.
0.il'z,
.-II
r- l-i:
BEMIS, BRO. & CO.
BAG MANUFACTURERS
A 1 1 ! N'T- I'OK
HO.MK COTTON MILLS,
!10 Ohio l.cvec, Cairo, Ills.
DON'T Till ST ANY MAIN
Who -ays he will pay fr.Vjil fur a eafo m (..i-
larrb which he lalbs to cure. Wolcolt's Ca
tarrh Amiihll.itor has cured tliouwinds who
would hae perlilicd wlthoul it, and my
I intent will return the money to any pur-
.inter win ir vs ii inn in mill H noi iicue I-
l. ..I III. I i, in rveetin U'l ll.l !flT l'S lA 1 S'
. I'AIST? flv lt.s u.e liuriu never blWer; It
ttops llcadiiche, Toothnchn and Ncunlgta
wmim nvu mimiu,., or money reiiunicii.
(!. (ioi.iiS.MlTll. eor. l'itu .v I.neuM t.
mv aiteiit. if. lu avolcot r. uiiM ;;.,i-sw
I. VH YHIN.
WUiJilAil J.
Al.liliN,
A.TTOHNEY
AT LAW
OAIKO, IJililNOlri.
J 11 1 i i' jr Ktrft National bank. s-liwia
SAMUKIi P. WI1KKIKU,
mouHEY k VAmmm at u
OAIHO, I LLINOIrf.
Olllce over Flint National bank. U-IMm
John ll.Muiltey. WIIUuu O. Muikoy
. MULKHY & SON,
ATT011NEYS MV
LAW
OAIltO, HiLlNUlS.
Olllce: Mi-hlh street, between Cumins r
jlil and Washlnttlou avenues.
UHKI3N
GlMiKUT,
ATTOHMBYb
COUNbEliOKb AT liAW,
A'lllltu.i H.Uromi, 1
Wllluni II Ullbert, V
tUlltli, ILLINOIS.
Vliioo r. (lllkort,
)
cSltp.iclnl attanticn Kl'i" lo JtJmliMtf tad
ill'llOMItl LUiintMlH,
Virtmi 01UOLKVH,BOOWH t ANIi Hiivm
iiith arinn 41 iunw
. '!L ' !!J
fiBi
I'OMMJflNIH.I
MDIMIIAMn.
Wood Rittonliouso & Brother,
AMI-
Oi:.VKIl.I, CllM .MISSION MKHrilANT,
liK! Ohio Icvee, Cairo.
i .a t emi.
K. ,1. AYICIVJ
AYKIiH tc CO.,
Tj O U 33j
-A.M
(JKHKUAI. COMMISSION MKKOUANTS
Mo 7H liHVDK,Oiiiri(Uiho, It.tjt.
J.
M. PHILLIPS,
lOUWAUUlNd
Cominission 'AForcliunt
U'llAllKAOAT PltOPItlKTOIt.
Preprepaifd to forward all kinds r.f
Freight to nil points.
tS"J!lHlllri ntUllili'il to pioillpllx.
NKW YORK STOxli:,
WHOLKHAliK AND ltKTAII.
Ltfc1T VAhtTV TOCII IM TUB 1'ITY
OOOUU HOI.I) VKKY OLOHK.
J.iriwir uf Hlu. K.itilti N(rctiMi Com
ntirtilal atinD(
CAIUO, lLLtlJOIH.
C. O. PATIKH
I!. I., i v.
I. IC, Line.
LEVY & LANE,
SiU'cc-or In II. Levy
Cominission Meivliunls,
and dealer in
iiiii:s,iuns, roTHKits,
nn'.swAx,it.vus, nre.
Order, and Coimlntnciiti Sotleltcil.
No. ill Ohio l.eee,
t"y"7 U'UMui.
II. A, '1 boms
( AIKO, II, L.
1.. U. Thoma
TIIOMH k HItOTHKH,
i:ucceioiira to 11, M.llultn,
'JOMMlSSlfmMKRCHAKlS.BROKKRS
AND UKAt.Uftd IN
Mdi! " Hrocerlm.
KiDroln and Uouicitlu
liJt Commercial Aenuo,
(AIKO. - - II.I.INOlri.
.. Ii. M:itbils ! (
Chi
MATHUSS &. UHL,
Forwarihui; A tn iii i.il
Merchants
ommission
Ocalel-, ill
FI.0U1I, fiUAIN, HAY AND
WT.STKHN PHOI)lTCK.
Ohm.
Levkk
C.
Caiiio, Ii.r.a
CLOSE,
;i:ki:i:ai.
Commission Merchant
And Dealer in
Mine, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Vo.
OHIO LEVEE.
t'jTI will
-ell In cur load lots at
, adding lielght.
iianulac
turei-NprtM
JOHN B. PHILLIS &SON,
i-iiitc-'OI' to John I', l'hllli-.i
General Commission
FORWAHWNG MERCHANTS,
Dealer- In
HAY, COltN,
OATS, VWUR,
MKAL, IJH AN, Ac.
Agents for LaQiu i Hand Powder Comrany.
c(tij.Ti:xTii st. a oiuoi.i:vi:i:.
CAIRO, ILLS.
PETER CUHL,
iixci.csivi:
FLOUR MERCHANT,
MILLERS' AGENT,
3To. OO Oliio Xjovoo;
CAIIIO, ILLS.
N..II, Thlslh'Wooil, )'. .1. ThMlewood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
OKNKIt.VIi
Commisssion Merchants,
Dealers In
1'lour, Corn, Oats, liny,
No. 7S ollio i.i'.vni:,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
UOKVEV, HAHHTSON & CO.,
(Succos'crB to 1). Ilurd A Hon,)
AND
Cominission Merchants,
ri.01lll,yAIH AND HAT.
Nn f.:t Ohio l.nvo, OAIKO, ll.l .H.
A NEW IMPROVED
Bill fflHIS HUE.
.v.nnn)
The ,cModal for Progress."
At Vlciin.t, 1H7.1.
The Illahcxt Order ot ".Mdal Awaiiled
ut thu 1. vjiiMil-jn.
NO SEWING MAI.'IIINK RKCKIVKII A
IIKillKIl I'JUZK.
A VV.W .'00n UKASt.NS:
1. A New Invention thnrmiilili' tokli il
lid n cured by l.i'ttcrx I'nunt.
v. JUkaa l-KUKIXT Lock Htllch, alike
u both r-lilc h, on nil kluiNol L'oods,
linns l.lnht. hlnnatli. Nni.nl, h. mii.!
Ilapld Wot colnlilni'i jn of iptalltles.
i. Kiiraoic iiutu loiMvurt uiiboutrc
pairs. f. Will do all arlllelOf Wotknnd I-'hiicv
MllchlnK In a Superior maimer.
ii is most eaiiiy mainpii by the opera,
tor Length uf Htltch may he alto rod while
running, and niucliliic can be threaded with
out pailiuf thri'id through holcf.
( lletlKll simple, lliKenlotlK, Hli'gant.
forming the iitltch without the use of Co'a
Wlierl Oeiir. Itotarv Cuius or l.ever Arm.
Has the Automatic Drop Feed, which In
ures uniform Inn '.'111 of stitch at nnv Nnei'fd
Ha our new Thread Controller, which fol
lows emy movement of lieedlo-bar and
prevents Injury to thread,
b. ConMructlon most carcltil mid tin
liihed. It U inanuracturcil by the moit nklll
rul an I experienced inarhonleH. at tho e
bnted Hkmi.shio.v AitJtouv, Il.lo.v, N'. V.
Chlcnjio OlIlciyiaSMate Mroet.
es i-zn.vni.
HO XT HKtiti:s
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GROOEK,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
o. 70 Ohio Levee, ('AIKO, ll.I.S
jrliceUI attention irlvcu to ronMvn.
mcutfl and lijllm; orders. ll-'i tl
SAM WILSON,
m:t.i-.it is
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
-'' T.r-mrn
CAIRO ILLS.
j.rmiru.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
lii. uxr.s in
LUMBER
til' AI.I. KINIK, HAIlIl AND SfU'T,
Keep rou.t.ililly oiiliiilld
FLOORING, SIDING-
Al.-O, I.ATII.
1
C'liinur I! I tit
aud Ohio I
Street
Mill and Yard
.ovt'o.
caiiio. ixiIj.
IIKAI. rOTAlU AflKJfVr.
olm O, Hariuan, niai.'llioip
J. Q. HARMAN &, CO.
Beal Esta tb
IM
HOUSE AGENTS,
(JOIiUXJTOHH,
C'ONVr YANCKKo,
NOTAHIKS PUULICS
ml liiul AkciiI- of the Illinois Centra) and
Ilurlingtoii nud Minnnurl It. It. Cos.
North Cor. yixlli and Ohio Lcvco,
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents
i
AUCTIONEERS,
i "...,. T ........ sc i y
i t wiiiw nu r.ii, oeuuuu VlUUVfJ
CAUIO, ILL.
Iluy and hell ItllAI. KSTATK, I'.iy TAXKS,
r liniiiiea .m)ju:ici- hi i me.
jT"I,aml CiiniinUhioner.
Assignees Sale
OF
Oiiccnswnic. cliinn, (JIusismiiio, Kork-
cnlitiiii nml Yi'llow Wine, StoniMvuri',
Chliui Urmiiiifi'txiiuil Toyn, Vancy
(jooiN, I'lutodwaif, Talilit ami
l'ockcl Cutlery, Lnmps, Liuip
CliliiiuojH, I.niiipTrliiiniliigs,
l.oukiiiK Olusm'K, etc.
In fuel every kind of goods liclmigliii; to a
I ll-Hi i'uss
QUE EN SW A RE
For the next sixty days 1 will oiler the
ubove go -ils at and below cost,forcah only,
'ihu gooiltfinust bu soldto cloie the eoncejn,
Close buvors aro especially Invited, either to
eomo and soo for themselves or send their
orders, in elllii'i emi iguurauti'o satisfaction
.1. t. THOMAS.
A.slguei' ol'l'.ii'snn, D.ltl- .V t.'O.
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COM M KltOI A L A ' K N U K,
O1T0SITK
JOHN T. RENNIE, i
PO U NDRY,
MACHINE SHOP
Foiuisb and Tipk Fitting,
MTKAM i:.UIHl,MIM.,NTKAMHOAl
T A.CHINBEY
Manufactured and repaired.
.pccin Attention Kivcn to UKiit ami iichvj
forxinK, houHc.lirtdffe, railroad and Jull work
nnd all work of a similar character.
Steam and iras tittltu; In all IU branches.
A full assortment ot Morris, Taf kcr A Cd't
Philadelphia pipe and fittings, lira! goods
etc.. anil tra tlxturca alwaVH on hand.
l'll'ING OF U0USK KOlt OAb
XIADB X RrECULTT.
Afont Tor Cameron e snoclal htcam numr
and holler lecder. The bent manufactured,
Coil's patent typhon pumps, and Judsou'i
patent governor and governor valve.
iiio louowiug cDKinea, etc., ior taio :
Two steamboat endues, 181 luch bore ol
cylinder; hvo feet stroke, and In good order.
une aieamooai auait anu crank: wroi iron
l 1 n l.nl..In.. I 1 ..1. . . -1Y1II
Ono 10X'2O taw mill omrlnc. with tiliaa and
craiiK ior muiv or gang taw, ncconu nanu.
One UCW7A12 engine; my own manufac.
tnre.
Alio, a aecsnd-hand ntavc cuttinc ma.
chine and Jointer, and warehouso hoisting
maahlne, In good order.
KDglnes and machinery of all ktndabought
anu tioia
IT IS ZSTOT TRUE
DR. HULTJi
IS DEAD.
UK IN NTII.T. I.IVIHU AND IM ('AIR
UU olHce and dlspcnuary at
NO. 22 EIGWTH STREKT, j
liet. Commercial and Wusmngton avonuea
It la true, the doctor is ono or the oldoat
physicians of the place, and hla diploma,
that hangs in hla olllce, shown that he baa
been 'i'i years in the profession, lie Is doing
a larger oltlco prnctlce than anv other phy
slclau, treating all kinds of chronic diseases
ol tlie munan system, aucu as oiu uiccrs, anu
all diseases of tae skin, humors and blood
poisons; aieo uucuscs ot tuo turoai; aiso
siiuiseasea oi tno eyes oi jeara siauuing :
also artltlclal eyes lnsertcil; llttula cured
without the use oi a kntlo ; cancers cured
by tho application of medicines; pimples on
tho face removed; all urinary diseases
cured ; all forms of venereal and prtvato
diseases cured In tho shortest time ; semia
weakness aud self-abuse cured in a slior
tlmo. . .
It Is sell-evident that a physician treating
cases fur twenty-two yoars acquires great
skill.
All consultations conlldcntlcal, In person
ar liV lettoa.
inouicines luruisuou ni omco in an
fO-I tf.l Ok. David Hiji.tz.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
rHK.SU .H1MIIXU UOODN
MRS. M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swundcrs,)
annouuees that sbo has jutt opened a larg
assortment ot thu
NF.WK8T,
MOST FAHI1IONABLK,
AND 1IANDSOMKST
Millinery Uoods to be foitud in tho market
Sho will keep on hand
Hats, Bonnktb, Flowkks, Uiiiuonb,
Dkess TniMMiNOH or All Kinds,
Ladies Fubnishinq Ooodb, Notions,
Collars, undkeblkbvks, jturrs,
Ami all eoods found in millinery stores, all
ot which will bo disposed oi at the lowest
cash prices, Mr. Jackson respectfully
uks a continuation of the pataonage which
bas beon so liberally bestsowed upon her br
tho ladles of Cairn and tho vicinity.
lKHUBAKCK
NrHUGHES,
C.
General
Insurance Agent
okfici:
Ollio Lcvce, over Matlius it Ulil's.
arJVofc lilt jint-thiM GimjHtuitt
rtpreten iei.
INSURANCE.
. KsTAiu.iHiir.il lSfiR.
Sultord, Morris & Canduo,
Insuhanof. Aoeists,
7 Ohio Lovco, City National Uank
HuiUIliiK, Uaiiio, ll.M
The oldest established Agency In !outliclll
llliuols, representing ocr
$65,000,000.00.
..r ll.., li.i ln.nriilii'c CjIiIUI ol III I'
w
o
in
PRISE
Tho only rollablo Gift DldriLullon In tho
country.
$60,000 00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To l.o dlitrlhulcd In
L. D, SINE'S
lfi'ril IIEUUI Ml ktoNTIII.r
GIFT liNTESPRISE.
To he drawn Monday, June, Sth, I87f
TWO OK AN I) UAl'ITAI-S OF
$5,000 llncll III (JlCOIilnlPl.!
Two Ptues $1,000 each in Uroonhneks
ir l'rlzui COO each in Ureenbncksl
'I en I'rlzcs 100 oacb In OroenbMcksl
I lloi-.e iiml lluircj-. with" tillier-uioiinteil
liuinc'i's, worth ?ftii). Ono riiip-toiied
iioscwood l'iat'o, worth
Tell I'jmllv Sewllnr Machines . . wnrtli
4100 each ! lTve (lold WiUihes and chains,
worth flOO each ! Five (iold American lint
ting Watches, worth iP-i.'icacli.
'1 on Ladls Ould Hunting wnklic, woith
eiOOrachl
(HI Clold and Silver l.ever Hunting Watches
(In all.) worh from S'.'O to 9:tmi each !
Gold cialn-, Hllvcr-waro, Jewelry, Ac., Ac.
NUMUKK or OIKTS O.fiOO. TlCKKTa I.IM-
BTKD TO 011,000.
AGKNTS WANTKO T( SKI.1. TIOICCTH
to whom liberal premiums will bo paid.
SISOI.K TlCt.KTfl ! SIX TlCKSTS $.'
TWKI.V TlCKKTS SflO TWB.NTV-llVli
TlCKKTS
Circulars containing n run list ot prize.
a description ol tho manner of driwlng, nud
other information In roforrence to thu ills.
trlliutlon, will ba sent to aiy ono ordering
them. All letters niunt be nililrcs-cd to
MAINOKK1CK, L. 1). H1NK, HoX Mi.
101 W. Filth Ht. Cincinnati, t).
DR.
RANSOM'S
UIVR SYRUP
AND TOLU
OK
SYRUP
Dr. Cox's lllvo (Crounl Svrun has been
known and med by tho iucdleal nrofcsslon
over iuu ycaiT, anu as a rcmcuy ior com
nud Couitbs has an older and better irrutn
tion than any other Cough medicine vrer
niiercu to me punuc. it is Known us mo
i;ompounu nymp oi squills, ami lonnuia
may lie louna In every iiieiilcaldlspciiKatory.
ur. iiausom s unu nymii uu iuiii, m mi
dltlon to the Ingredients for Cox's Hive
Syrup, contains llulsam ol l'ulu, decoction
oi
Skunk Cabbauo Koot and Lobelia, a com'
blnatton that must comniend it to oery one
a n winni-in' r.mouy ir uroup, nooiung
uougu, Asinma, iironcnills. Coilgns ami
"-iiU, Indeed lor all nllectlons of tho Throat
Lungi. ...i, cough medicine la
necessary.
This Syrup is earelully prepared under
tho personal direction ol a regular 1'hysl
elan ot over twenty years' iirscllcc, who.o
slgnaturo Is attacheil to the directions on
tlio bottlo. rr
Its tato is i cry iileasJUC- ml c
children
like It.
Kvcry lamlly should keep It as a ready
remedy lor Croups and Colds, etc., among
the children.
1). Hansom, SON A Co., 1'iopr's, IWtlUlo,
N. V.
1)11. .1. It. MILL. Lilt's
i ni i:ns ti.
MAGNETIC BALM.
Thl-. medli i ' "lib pinrlli'ty bo
called an "l iui. - . an-dy," us It la fast
superseding all utliuis as a general lamllv
lilcdlclmi. It cures ui if by MAUNKTIO
INFI.t'KNCK, Neuralgia and nllpaln.aud Is
thorulnro very properly termed "Magnetic
Ualui." ItUnuruly u wgetahtu iireiiuriitlaii.
Ithasro equal as a remedy lor Cholera,
Cholera Morbus, Dlarrlnra, l)yscutary,Collo
ami all liowei ;uiiipi:iiiiit.
Its timely use will cure Colds, Croup,
Diphtheria, Quinsy, and all Throat allcc
t Inii.
When nrouerly useil, Fever ami Ague, ami
other complaints incident to our western
anil Houtnern ciiinaies,aro easuy niuhiu ui,
Norvoti Pain, .Slek-lleadaclm, and llheii
matlsin aro cured by this medicine when all
others have failed. Toothache, Karacho,
Hums, Chilblains aud llruises are relieved
ut onco by Itsi use.
Tho gcuuiiio has D. ltaii-om fc Co.N pri
vale Kcvcimo Slump on the outsido,uiid Dr.
J, It. Millet's Maguotlc Halm blown 111 tho
bottle.
Examlno closely and buy none but the
genuine.
Sold by all Druggists. Price tW cents per
bottlo.
D. Hansom. Son A Co., Piopr s. Kuilalo,
N. V. Jan. 'iS-wMit.
I.Ml'KOVr.MKN'fs IN
DENTISTRY
Un. (i, i:. Ddikii.as, being dflermlncil to
sxi-cll In every Dental operation, husre
lti.,1 nml r-flirnl.licilllls neiltal Parlors.
7, KighthMrcct, ami Is now reeulyipg iVom
!i. fir White .V Johm w. or Philadelphia,
seinl-weokly, tho large.l and rtneM avrt
mentor Dontal (lomls ever ollered In thU
city, and as goml as can be round III the
lar'gelt cities.
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Made aspoctallty.not any or the wit, inlsera
i.i.. kiiiiiil'v work that (Irons out., leaving
teeth cut. ' filed, discolored, and often do-
ttvoved.
Perfect Ooldcn Oeins itut In as Killd and
durable us thu nineltcil metal ltscir.
Children's Teeth,
Special attention given to tlio ticaliuei t id
Jblldrcn's Teeth. Parents by hating ll.cli
Cliilren's Tcelh examined occasionally,
would save them liuicli stlllVlIng .and du-
fi;,,,-!,ihmgt'reeH Particular attention
lo Mcchuiiical Deiillslry.havingsecurrd Iho
rl ditto "s" DK. HYATT' PATKNT 001.1)
V'vi. iiiiiillKlt COMHINATION PLATK.
'wiilch has been itiorniiglily tested uiid
proved by the best Dentists in tlio Last, uuu
bevoiid a Uoiibl, mo uesi aim uruiei aruu
ela'l platcnow in use,
Teeth extracted without palii by ilia use
of Mlroiis l)lilu U, which U pertectty fu
where judiciously auiiiinisiereii,
170- tf n. K, Doi'iit. (.
WFT ENTER
f ftfftTJf TEAK
THE ALDINE.
An Illustrated Monthly Joumil, UBlrtrsallT
Admitted to be the handsomest period
ical in the World. A reprcsentaMvr
, -nut champion orAmcrliwntMlf.-,,
Kt run i)XL in Jook oi. Jfxwi Stoiw
Tho Alillne, whllo issued with all the reg
ularity, has none of tho temporary or Una
ly Interest characteristic or ordinary peri
odlcals. It Is an elegant mlartlly.ol pur
light nnd gracolul literature and collo.
lion ol pictures, tho surest upecimea of ar
tittle skill, In block and WMU. .Although
each succeeding. naraber StttotQni', OMti
pleasure to Its friends, tho" real TIne and
hcauty of Tlio Aldlno will bo most pprl
utcd alter It has been bound up at tba elose
ol tho year. While other publications ar
cl.ilni superior cheapness, as cjmparad with
rivals ot a similar class, the Aldlne.li an un
1'iui! and original couccDtlon alone and un-
apprnac.hed absolutely without conaepf
in pneo or cnaractor. )
AKT DUl'AKTMBNT. 1874.
The Illustrations or tlia Aldtne Lava w.
a world-wide reputation, and in the art can
Ires nt Kurope it Is an admitted fact that
its wood cuts aro example of.the highest
pcrlcctton ever attained. The eommor
iirejudlcn In fuvoro' "steel plates," Is rap
idly yielding to a . .educated and dfs.
criminating tasto which recognize the d
vantages tho advantage of superior artistic
iUii1lly with greater facility ot production.
Tho quarterly tinted plates (or 1874 will be
by Thos. Moran and J. I). Woodward.
Tho Christmas Issuo lor 18,1 will contain
special designs appropriate to the season,
uy our Dust nrusis, aim win surpass in at
tractions any of Its jn-cdeceuon.
I'lIKJIIUJISi'OKlgr.
Kvcry subscriber to tho Attune tor tii
year 171 will rccoivo a pair of chromos
Tho original pictures were painted la oil to
mo puDiisners or tne Aidine, by Thorn a
Moran, whoso great olorado pictures and
purchased by congress for ten thouand
dollars. Tho subjects were chosen to rep.
resent ten thousand 'dollars. The subject
weruchosonto represent. "The Kast" and
"The West." Ono Is a vlow In tho White
Mountains, Now Hampshire; the other
gives the Cllirs or Ore en river, Wyoming
territory. Tlio chromos aro each worked
from thirty distinct plates, and aro In size
H'Jxlin and appearance exact facsimiles ol
tho origluals.
NWAKK. ti. J Sept. 20. 1375.
Messrs. .rallies suiton rc .o. .
UKNTf.KMKN I am dellchted with tha
proofs In rolor ol your chromos. They are
woiiiicriiuij succesiui representations by
mechanical prtccss or.tho originalpalntlngi.
Very re spoclf ully , Titos. SIoran.
'1'Iicso chromos aro tn every senso Ameri
can. Thoy aro by an orlnal American pro
ccsn, with material ot American manufac
ture, from designs ot American scenery by
an American painter, and presented to sub
tcrihrr to thu llrst successful American
Art .Journal. If no better because oi all
tliK they will certainly possess an Interest
no foielgn production can lnspiro, and nei
ther are they any tho worse If by reason ot
peculiar facilities of production they con
the publishers only a trifle, wbllo equal Hi
every respect toother chromos Uiat are sold
singly lor douMj tho subscription price of
tho Aldlno.
If any subscriber should indicate a pre
ference for a figuro lubject, the-pabllsher
will send "Thoughts ot Ilome" a nw and
hcatlful chromo, 11x20 Inches, representing
a little Kalian cxllo whosa speaking ye
nciray tlio loiiginss oi uis nenn.
j pur annum, In advance, with OU Chro
mos tree.,
For &0 cents extra, the onromoe,
mounted, varnlshud. and prepaid by mall.
The Aldine witl, bcrcaltcr, no obtainable
only )y subscription. There will no oe re
duced or luti rule; cash ror subscription
,, i,o sent tn niihllaher Ulieet, or
l,fta.jii(i to iiiu local canvasser, .without rs
spomtihlllty to tho publishers, except in
eases where the certiiicato la given, beanag
the fActmlle signature ol James Sutton A Co.
CANVASSERS WASTED.
Any porson wishing to act permanently
as a local canvasser will rocslve lull and
prompt Information by applying to .
James Sutton & Co., Publishers.
58 Maiden Lane Mew York
Conlar liiuiment.
The great discovery ot the
ai;e. There isno pain which
tiio 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 iu trim. Itia no humbuir:
KQf4T)tc tho recipe is printed around
each bottle, A circular containing aertlO
sates of wonderful cure ot rheumatism
neuralgia, lock-Jaw, sprains, .welling,
UlirilS. ScalUS, CUkUU-oitii.iu, iuikiuiui
bites, frcr.on lect, gout, taiirnoum.ear-acne
sc unu mo recipe " " uuiuwu. n
ient gratis lo anyone. It U the most won
derful healing and pain reUevlnir agent the
world has overproduced.- It sell ay no ar
tide ever before did sell, and It sells because
It docs Just what It pretends to do. One hot
lie of tho Contaur Unlmsnt lor animal
(yellow wrapper) Is worth a hundred do!
tars for spavined, strained or galled hori
nud mules, and ror strow-wonn in neep.
No ramiiv or stock-owner can afford to ba
without Centaur Liniment. Prlc. BOcenU;
aogr bottles, $1. J. 1L Koso & C., OS
llroauway, row iori.
CASTOUIA is more tnan a substitute lor
Castor Oil. It is tha only bam article la
existence which is sure to reculato the bow
els, cum windcollo aud produce natural
sleep. Itlsploasauttotako. Children nsed
not cry anu moiuers may siecp. iu-i wi y
BELFAST GINGER
,A IEIE !
"COCK. OF THE "VVALK!"
Andrew lAibr deMrc ti let the people
know that lie. is still itltig and doing busi
ness at Ills old stand in Cairo, and is ready ti
receive anv order from the city or country
for Nidu Vfcitrr, Chler, Ale, and St. l.otife
Ho has also emniucnccd tho uiiinuraetur
of the celebrated llclfast (Jlneer Ale, which
l. nut un In soda water hollies, and Is the
line.! beverage ever yet manuracttired roi
jot-84-im
l.lllll IISU.
HENRY BREIHAN,
"Maimructurcrof J
Kmeral;,?pring Watir,
, . rAND liLAI-KI? IN
op - '
HOTTLK.)' ATM ANT) U1DKR,
M i
.. . . nA'.M iiLlll.
OHIO liKTKKi'UetWPrn -numm iiisi.,
CAXBOi IXiTB.
:i. i-2.tr. -
Prospering rr 1874.

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