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:ivJJfctko plcrtsuvc iu fdlling
tlittcntion of the public io'
And full stock ofj
' nvK clcgrtnt Furniture, at
'injjrj-'irnituro ami Matrass
'Vffctyjjjj corner Seventeenth
gjt'hd Washington Ave-
ftUltewy sto-1( embraces
33fciii&ls', Wndrobea, Uu
iff,w "feidolioavds, "Wash
stae, Tables, Chairs. Tmg
gicaJtfatrasscs and, in a word,
.ittfottiat is useful or orna
'ft'eU'in my line.
'un)oing the only inanu
faclwir'of Furniture in this
mwfrroposc offering better
.wu'nt lower prices, aim
luiwm'ade a largo ivd.utior
in dyjpa of all. my goods.
(MV'imd examine mv stock
ane'cire an outlit of choice
-TumKaro. To the wholesale
deoifcr special induce
iflfeJj Koto the place
CdrfltV .Seventeenth Street and
i-Wlqgton Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wliolcsalo auil Hetail Dealer in Fur
.Snntrhdiiv.fo tike frow tin n tiomaiid mil
hfAtN. imsdhi.ipcr and! finely printed, tor
' 0 he thou tan J , f latc"ment i ' pri n't ct nt 'I' i t:
iiui.i.KTi.v.oflioo'ior'ea.w.' v " I
Hole Itcmlv ' i
One IhoiiMnd note hoad prininl at Tnc
Bru.Kn.v oillcc In- f l.wi tunthgiisaml for
fine thousand business rardf. line llriitol
board, printed ut 'I'm: III'T.i.dtin nilico lor
from fr'J.W to $1.00, according to m- j
THUn31)AY, -MAY 7, 1871.
LOCAL INDEX FINGERS.
CJ- Komombor llio fair nnd festival
t tin Arnb engine houso to-night.
liolil it tlio Arab onglno )iotiso under tjioj
ausplcos of the ladlos of th0Gormfcn
J.umcran church, is proving a groai sue-
pnll. Tint nHnnrlnnrta Iftll nl-flfll t' WA&
very larrto. andllf theii 'wero ii tlicr
who did not enjoy thomsoldes v ilu not
soo them. Tho ladles who ate managing
tho festival liavo provon that thoy ';iiow
Just how inch nn entertainment ihould ho
conducted. To-night will bo tho mil,
and It Is to ho liojwl that tlioro will' ho n
j2rAt:n meeting of the Council on
Tuesday night Alderman llalllday of tho
Fifth ward Introduced a resolution to
compol tho Cairo nnd Vlnconno9 rnilrond
company to raiso tholr trnck on Oommor
clnl nvenuo botwoon Twentieth nnd Thlr-
ty.fotirth strcols to tho propor grada nnd
to placo tho wagon road In a patsablo con-
dition.for toams. This action should hnvo
heon takon long ago, and if it had hoon
tho owners of proporty on Commorclal
avenuo would not now ho compelled to
go n mllo out or their way In order to
como Jovn town.
itS-Toltcoman I.hIIud Is 'lck and on'
duty. Oflloor Uha. Mohner hni tnkiiu hie
pl&co on tho day force.
IaTOnly ix tnoiohorj of tho city coun
oil wero present at tho tnoetlug of tho
council on TuciAay ovonlnp.
CSTlio lawyer aro bmy preparing lor
the approaching term of tho circuit court,
which meets ono wcuk from nest Mon
K3On tho 2&th lmt. u chango will
take placo in tho titno of arrival and do
parturos of trains on tho Illinois Uonlral
IiSy-Tho Ohio rivor li about on a itand
hero, but as It is falling very rapidly
abovo it will doubtless soou bo doing ll.o
Of TUB IIVtt.BTtN
l-'or Ili 2t hours endni? ntdnMoek
hteainov (Iracy, Columbus
' Mod Matrar;
"DK. W3I. HALL'S
for the Lmijrs
JiGT'lU'inerabor tho grand union Hun
day pebool picnic of tho Cairo and Vlon
na oebool'. to tnko plain at V lonna
on,Sa'turdy, May Oth. All tho Sunday
ecnooirof Cairo aro ecpcclally Invited to
tat:o 'part. Amplo urrangomonts havo
boon iiiB'lo to mnko it ti grand nnd pleat
ant ntl'air. Hon. D, V. Munn will dollvor
tho oration on behalf of thu Cairo Sun
day schools Tho Delta City cornet band
will bo in attendance. A ipccial train
will lo&vo tho foot of Kighth street on
Ohio Leveo at 8 o'clock a.m., stopping at
Klghteonth stroal. . , , . 20-C-0- It
Fiust-ci.ab3 board at sqcond-ejans ratos
at tho St. Charles Hotel. 024-20 tf
SOMK h'ACTS ABOUT THU CllUHCII
t"Mr. John l Fugln, ox-clty clork
of this city, la In Arkansas and n shining IIIGK
licht among tho llrooks followori. In-
gin has au cjo to hualnoti.
VTH GHEAT AMEKIOAN CO-
-itt PPJ4IrrlVE llEMEDY
;OoMuntinh is NOT anincurahh- dlschsc.
' Phnt&itm assure us this (act. It In only
neectarrMo havo the ltlght Ucnicdy, and
iaeri i(N nm;ui J can uu eoiumcicu
-4ttbUAklUp tho night k veut, relieves the
hfiahl jjuolwecratcil and ci orlntod mrl'uce
ftlKLTtlYE LASTS TllEUE IS HOl'I
It may not be too late to etlcct a cure even
aJlet tl il-JCtor liac clven you up
irn' lUlfnm is told c cry where, and
may bn had at wholcsalu of the I'roiirlcturc.
Jmh iHetiry. Ourrau A; Co.. at their
' ,UiiallcUtino Wurchouse, ri and 0 UoHeua
TItce;Tf6w York, l'rleo 81 per lioltle.
"t-wU'ltjMaUam Is olio a uuio reined) for
7H'si Of 01 "B 1 houmoDu. KroncbittiH,
VKiViWsVU Qnd all other dUralcsol tlio res
iJwpritlors of SoovlH'. lllood ami
JJlMQMVyriOarbollv Milio,Kdc-' 'I ruche.",
(JxygenatoU Hitters, .MuttV J.herl'ilN, Ac,
OaffTho construction train ol tho Cairo
and St. Luuis railroad will bo ont to this
city at once, and work will bo immedi
ately commenced in Union County.
fcGyWo must continue, to Impross upon
cur readers tho fact that wo aro alllictcd
witli wator on tho floor, threatening to
devtlopo Into n clear cao of wator on tho
avft-rar.j, College l'Uc; .New Vor:..
C ivH' wftV2 u utoi 1 1: tin
j4wwrw .... - - - -
ii?"Tiin roirular weekly salon at tho
l'lnnter's tobacco warohous) will tal;o
placo to-morrow forenoon. Thoro will bo
n largu quantity of tobacco otl'erod lsr
Ia5 ltemember tho lair und festival at
tho Arab cnglno houin to-night.
crA.Tho UoV. .Mr. Gilbert will glvn his
monthly'Teco'ption this ovonlng at tho
roctory on Seventh t'.raot. During tho
ovciilnir an loo rream supper will bo
sorvod. All aro cordially invited to at
DttSf' Trains on tho .Miisiislppi Central
m'lroad will bo running rogularly again
in a very short limo. Nearly all tho
roads centering hero will change, tho
I' mi of urrlval nnd departure of trains on
tho Jr.lli Inst.
And Healer '
Eicinrn Stuket. iiet. "Wa-. nutov asi
CoMijniA.iAvic.ndJola;- llanny t.
Keeps the bekt of Hecf.Vort., Mutton veil,
l.uml;, Sausage, cte., and m prepared to
ere families in a accept Jblo iitaiiuer.
AiiL KTNDU OF FUF.SU MF.ATK
.iSCliir.Oor.'Twcntlotli Stro't and
HYLAND & SAUFl,
And Dealeri- in
"HlOICE FRESH MEATS,
tzzcxtius: Of CM-iy deelliHiou.
Cor. 10th Street and C'oiuinrr 'ial Am ih.
Next door to the Jlyl.ml iiloou.
lrJ'"A resolution waB adopted at tho
meoting of tho city council on Tuesday
oTonit"- authorizing tho city to ro-opon
tho sower under or near tho (tone depot.
This Ecrrcr was closed n long time ago,
nnd its ro-opniag will aflord tho residents
botwoon Thirtoonth nnd Sixteenth streets
much roliof in tlrkiniiji; off tlio stpe wotor.
(Iv4' On Tttesday night, while passing
from Ilallidaj Uroe wharlbout to a
stoanior that lay along sido, Mr. "Walt.
Wlthotspoon inlssoi hH footln-; and fell
Into tho rivur. Somo of thu deck-hands
on tho steamer toeing him fall came to
his rcrr.uo and fmccoodod In getting him
out. U win a very narrow escape.
JUsT Tlio result desired by Mr-Thrupp
greater facilities lor discharging ilia
water furnished by tho fowors may bo ob
tained hi well hv a multiplication of
eighteen inch pipes at by tho enlargement
of tho diochargo vent ni Tenth and
Thirty-fourth stio ts, and probihly this
would be thu safer way tu go', rid oL tho
suporuuoiK ripo watur.
ISTTAt ajmeeting of tho Nemo bau
ball club, held on Tuesday evening, Mr.
Oberly wss rc-elcclod president, Mr. l'bll
Howard tressurer, and Malt l'ul'.on sec-
rolary, J'y a veti of thu monibora pros
out It was d'.viti-jd to change tho namo of
tho club to t! o Millie Stockings!" It Is
said li.fi n,,! ''.ocklnga can prodiioi a
Tho Mothodists havo published tho tec
ond number of their quartorly paper, ana
from it wo obtain somo tacts that may bo
of interoit to our readors.
Tho 'Quartorly' states that the last quar
tor has been ono of tho moil romarkablo
in the rulii-ious history ot Cairo.
During that poriod twenty
six sermons wero proachod, thirteen mem
bors wero rocelved by lotter, nnd ono hun
droit and sevon'on probation ; two wore
dismissed by lottor ; twonty-four adults
wero bapllsoi and throo children.
Tho revival incolingt, tho 'Quartorly'
Informs us, "woro brought to a cloio'toon
cr than thoy would othorwlso havo been
on account of tho condition of tho church,
which was nolthcr couifortablo nor safo to
worship in -, and with tho clo-io of th
meetings tlio repairs on tho building wero
Immediately commenced. -Tho changes d
tormlned upon wero tho romoval of tho
rickoty old ''horn" or sjilro that graced
tho cupola to tho great danger if tho con
grogatlon; tho ciungo of' tho rlioir Bonti
from tho front'part'of the church to tho
platform hack of tho pulpit ; tho building
of eufo Hues, paporing, plastering and
painting, and tho building of u double
class-room back of tho main . Jildiug.
Duo attention will bo givon our mai-nill-cent
Gothic window,, and such changes
made on thorn as will add t appoaranco
and comfort. All this work h w-!' under
way at tho proiont timo and v. .a jo com
pleted by the mlddlo of May.'
The financial condition of tho church is
set forth la tho following report of tho
Church treasurer for tho second quarter
of thu conforenco year, from J -.nuary let
to April 1st, 187-1:
l-'rom C. .Yost, Oollootor
" Ilaskot Collector 128 82
" t 12
contained a roport or a dillleuHy that os
currod at Thoboi on last Saturday ovon
lng dUrlnt- tho trial of A. L. Smith,
uhargo'l with hr)Ma ntcailng. Yostorday
Wo mot Air. Smith and hn nlado tho fol
lowing tliitomont of tho n.Valr .
I wont to Mr. WiUlr.m l'ottit'rt near
Thobof, on tho first of -May. They In
6lsted on my eating supper, Mm. Smith
bolng thoro boforo 1 went. After m.ppor
I went homo; found tho homo fastened
up j O. G. Ford, son-in-law of my wllo,
ordered l'ettlt' oldest bov to onon tho
dooi ; 1 and Mrs. Smith went in nnd wont
to bod without any wjrds passing between
us and I'ord, who occuplod a room in thn
samo houso; l'ord got up almost immcui
ntolr. took hit fun and wenlnut ; rotum
ing in about lirtcen minutes
bo ordorod tho samo boy
to onon tlio door botwoon Kord'a room nnd
mlno; as soon as tho door was opened ho
pointed tho gun nt mo through tho door
and ordorod mo to go; up anu icavo, can.
In i! ma a s n of a b h and liar, nnd ne
sorted that ono roof should not cover both
of us i I 1'iWe, him no satisfaction nnd
didn't got up. The noxt morning I got
ut. aud nut un a stovo toirut DreaKia.uon,
and Harnessed tlio nurses mat l oougiu oi
my wife on tho loth day of January last
hllo fmo was uivorceu irom
mo. l onco won; to
Jacob Christians and demanded n
anon that bolonced to mo. Thon I ro
turned homo, tho wacon lmvinK been ro
fusod. unharnosjcd tho horses and tooK
dinner: went to Kaiifldni Thompson's lo
sco lawvor Gibbs. 1 returned home, and
wat going to town irom more, wuuu i wns
arrested by Constable Wattermnn on
tho charge of liorso etoallng
This chamo is basod upon tlitPO facts
Thof. rettit oouunt r maro anu promised
John, his oldest boy, the first coll put of
hor. Ho dlou ovor n year boloro too mare
u'n Diit to a horso. Tills maro bocatno
tho pioperty of Pettlt's widow by order of
conn, l inarrieu too wmow, anu ion
months niter our marrlngo tno maro
foalod, and tho colt Is nov throo years
old. My wifo v.'asdlvorcod from me, and
ln tho settlement Bold to mo thlrf colt.
"Wo wero reconciled somotimo aco and
woro again married. This rcconcilmont
ancored rav step son, who sot up a claim
to tho colt under tho promise of hit fa
ther which I havo mentioned, and It Is
for stcalinc this colt that 1 was arrested
a colt that was trot at my oxpnnso aftor I
had married tho owner of tho maro nnd
that was not foaled until ten months aftor
our marriago, and which 1 brought up nt
my own iroubio anu expense, n tuts is
not persecution of tho plainott kind 1
don't know what norsecutlon is.
I was taken by tno constanio to -squire
Dorton for examination. While tho wit
nesses woro being obtained n man by tho
... ,...1 . ...l.l. . r
namo ot iircczo assauuou mu wiwi u iuur-
pound weight and was prevented from in
Juring mo by tho constalle. 1 changod
tho vonuo to 'Squtro ftamoestnii mero wo
had a trial. I was held to bond In tho
sum of $200. Tho trial was nt night, and
boforo I got out of tho room 1
wai struck by Dolman nnd Ford.
About tho samo timo llrcozo leveled bit
rovolror, tho lights woro pat out and a
shot was fired. 1 luckily got out without
being much injured, and loft tho town. 1
am in Cairo to answer any charge that
may bo inado against mo. and to reply to
tho misrepresentations of my enomles
vjj AtkhDsai nollo.CBvnriivUloJ
AlWilic, St Louis
Thomas W. Moans, St. Louis
Chas Ilrown, St. Louts
Jos.,11. lligloy, St. Louis
Hello Memphis, MomphU
Wild Duck, Vittsburg
.f.S. McDonnaldj Natohcr.
StonmiT (iracy, Columbus ' s '
jijvj jipitg. aty Doaraeri wju be I
takon at tho St. Charles at tho reduced
.. . U s1 . iwo.ir,
(iktkiiai. iiioasant lamiiy rooms at tho
Ohallos 'Hotel, ffontlrigi oh tlio Ohio
can bo obtained with hoard at roduecd
ratoi durlog Uiq summer months.
l3 l.'jfilff' '
Kxetik, FiflUR. Oiod andbhoico fam
ily Hour hi ,!l8fU tack, convenient Jor fam-
lly uso, for sain In quantities to suit pftr'
chafers. 1'ctrii Cuiil.
8u, Ohio Lyveo.
R. SMYTH A. CO.
lilQWiQJl .;..;!: All Ell H
i . i
No, fiO Oiiio Lovco,
KOOMS TO HENT.
fn Wilcox .block, Washington avonuo,
nt tho lowest figures, in l-3-tf.
Sonond-hand clothingwatchcs , jowclry,
pistols, tec, bought and sold, Also n lot
llrueseh' carpot, furniture, eU., for salo.
Upposito Cairo and Vincenno3 railroad
dopot. 183 2-27-tf M. Coynk
?HARWAN & CO,
UulUr.. NOTA1U1SS IM'ULICS
And Land AgenUol tho IUliioin IVutrul and
Iturlingtoii and MU-ourl It. It. Los.
JitCor, Sixth and Ohio Lovco,
' CAIRO, ILLS.
WINSTON & CO,
'W-0I liKVEE, (Reeond Floor.)
f ii i "i
"J55i" rtOALUOf ILU 'TiOrJ"
Huy Jji-a.UliAI. KS'VA'j I.. l'uv TAi:s,
Kurnbhet Alnliai-lt f'lule.
rarLaim UoinmlikToiK r.
rttruCTi. Ufllce corner Pfxth ktrect ami
OMCUtMi!lDIliv hliurt-IioliiO ? Hi;, lo
J'astox's Salary $252 ''5
Frosidlng Elder 'J8 01
Collector's Commission... 10 Sti
Printing J5lll'(Sun) 8 60
Sexton C3 81
Coal a'J 05
On Old Debt 4'.) 85
Sundries 3 76
A now houeo containing threo rooms
nnd sido porch, two good lots, cistern
and Stable. Tho proporty is situatol on
Twenty-first stroot botween Walnut Jand
Cedar stroots. For further particulars
inquiro on tho premise?. 31-o-T-lm
Ti:j? pounds of brown pugar for tl j
pouiidn best colToo sugar at 1, 3 pounds
of choico butter at $1; baking powdor 45c
por lb j Impoml tea at $1 j potatoes SO
conts per pock ; 3 lbs colToo 51, at Wilcox's
Block. 107 2-1-lm.
" Arkansas Hollo, Kvansvlllo
" City Ohostor, Momphls
" Atlantic, Now Orleans
" Thomas Moans, Ashland
" Allco Ilrown, Now Orloans
" Chas, Utown, St. Louis
" Hello Memphis, St. Louis
" Wild Duck, St. Louis
" '.Iftmes II. Illgloy, Louisville
" J. S. McDonald, LouUvIllo
Tlio rlvor has boon stationery at 4111
on tho guage slnco Tuosday ovonlng, and
from prosont Indications will full rap
idly In n yory fw day "a consumatlon
davoutly to bo wlshnd," Duslnosi has
improved n littlo and may ho called fair
tho wca'.her yoiterday wasUonr, warm
Allhough tho weathor is fast approach
Ing summer heat, tho river water is still
of n very low temporaluro and altogothor
dlsngrouablo for bathing purposos. "Wo
got this fact from Mr. Walter Withcr-
spoom our asii-tant Yharf-tnastor, who
accidentally tried It yoslorday morning.
Whilo ho wai wondorlng over .tlio
guards of tho steamboat Wild Duck, in
pursuance-of hit calling, ho mined on a
lino .-nd "wont a tithing." llcing an ex
pert twimmiit ho rcacbod anothor lino
and so crawled out of tho rivor. Sol
Silver nppllol tho necessary restoratives
and Waltor is bimoulf again. Tho mora'
it ''don't hunt wild ducks nt night."
Tho Allco Ilrown loft for New Orloans
with II! boats and 11 barges of coal, con
taining about 420 thousand bushels.
Tho Chas. Brown returned to St. Lous
with two barges of cOal.
Tho Wild Duck put off 40 ton hero
and has two barges of freight lor St.
Tho .las. H. lligloy lif.ngonnto Louis
villo for moro c'oul and tho Thomas Montis
has oro for Ashland.
Tho J. S. McDonald hat ompty barges
Tho Arkuasai Hello brought probably
70 tons yesterday.
Tho Atlantic bai four barges of freight
for Now Orloans and added GO toni
I ho alloy company aro loading a
largo for their noxt boat.
Charlie DeZ-ing who during thn pait
winter has been encaged in tho office of
Phillips' wharfboat left for his northern
homo tho othor day, whero ho will re
main for tho summer nt least.
Cs.pt. Sindutky should hold his high
hoaded J. S. McComb n little further out
when sho passes our wharf. Sho Is fast
and has a stroru; pair of Iers unci makes
tho water bubblo. Yesterday wo noticed
a Utile fiatboit on which thoro woro tav
ern! caulkort pretty roughly tumbled
about by nor waves, nnd for a moment wo
woro deluded into a vain hope ot getting
an Item out of it.
Tho sipo wator continues to rito in tho
city, but is not as high yot by about three
Inchos asinlBCi. Tho markt of that
year uro plainly visible on the hpiacopal
church and on a brick buildim; on
I'iaho Kor Matx First-class snvon lf i j mm j
nnil n (Mldrtnr vlnv.. n .n,.l,n.n f..P MtUWiai UUl'llllT WVrl.Lt!
. ' 1
I 1 . .. I . . . . . - ;
or can on irauou ior, past cam anu Dal
nnco In dress goods; or'open lo any other
trade, by addressing XXX,
IIkmovuu. Dr. A. .1. Koo has removed
from tho cornor of Fourteenth and Wash-
Ington to No. 32, Tenth street, betwocn
Washington nnd Walnut, His office Is
on Commercial nvenuo over Thoiiit &
Uro's grocery store. 112-5.3 .It
Mtin. nu.Miiot.li is prepared to m.r.ACii
and I'tiK.xs hats and bonnets in tho most
approved style, and In a manner to glyo
cntiro satisfaction. Cull nt hor residence
on Fifteenth strcot bolwecn Walnnt'and
Tin: MoNiToit. For tho Monitor, tho
best coal Cook Stovo ovor made or tho
Fashion, tho champion wood Cook of tho
West, go to A. llalloy't, 108 Wathlnglo
avenue, near Tonlh urcet.
CO Li 7-1 m
ANtt DL.ll.KIl IN
HOTTLHl) AfiK AND IJIDKl
mim t wir i. ... ...
I A T"Dr. TT.fTD
Fok .Stovks, Tinwaro,toiletwaro, steam
cooking vessels, brollori, bird cages, Ian-
orns, gato springs, gato hinges, tablo nnd
pockol cutlory, llutlng irons. Alto for
roofing, gutters and spouting, go to A.
llalloyi", 163 Washington nvenuo, near
Tenth strcot. tO 4-17-lm.
ISlJKlll'KriNKSS, AI'lllI. 1,
Hnl. Duo on Old Debt
about -20 00
Hal. Duo on Pastor's Salary 0 l!0
Coal.... :! 00
Gas Co. from Oct. 1, lfa7o,
to April 1, 1874, about 40 50
Kopalrt, lllll about IS 00
Messrs. 1'iorson, Staelo and Ilrown,
the state railroad commissioners wero at
the St. Chariot yostorday. Thoy havo
concluded lo commonco suit In tho Al
axandor county circuit court against the
Illinois Central for extortion, and havo
retained Messrs. Linegnr & Lansdan in
tho ciso. Thoy left last night by river
for St. Louis.
i,--3y- Tho following woro tlio arrivals nt
tho Delmonlro hotel yestorday : Miss
llodnctt, Hickman, Ky j Mlna Ella Haw-
kins, Charleston, Mo; A G Smith, M C II
ft; Tncs U Darby, l'aducah; Goorgo Har-
rlngir, Jonosboro; Thomas SIdos, Jones-
boro; John Ludlie, St Louis; Honry JCiiy
mond, Ml Vernon; J O May, Pittsburg;
L M Klelo, Norfolk; Miss Mary Mathowt,
Haltlnore; Ooo ISyade, l.ancattor, l'a;
Alex Monroe, St Louis.
Bii.Tho ontertainment by tho Egyp.
11 an Uhoral Society at Iho Athcnuum last
evening vas a grand success. Tho sing
Ing and the playing was excellent, In fast
far superior to tho performances of many
of tho dramatic companion that havo vis
ited u within thu last year or two.. Wo
have" no Umo to eay mor,o of tho enter
tainment to-night, but la ,lo-morrowrji
issue shall endeavor" to' give complete
eynopiit or tl.
Tho conJition or tho Sunday school
may bo learned from tho followng report
ot tho secretary and trousurori
The average nttomlnnco this quarter
hat boon of
Officers ' a
Klblo Classes 13
Intermediate Classes 01
Infant Classos CO
Total averago attendance 104
Largest attendauco Fob. Sth '232
Smallest " " -j'Jd 142
Csth on hand beginning of quarter..? 1 08
Amount ofS. S. collodions '28 CO
''otal 3-j 74
Bristol & Htilwell, Christ-S
minfestlviiloj 7 if,
Lesson psport...., l 'r,
Potago i 05
ilap of Scriptural World and
exprcssage , 5 90
JtSpThe tlr and futlvbl uow being
Loavlng bal, In treasury. $17 20
Miiiionury collections 3 CO
Wliv Miss uAiina, whero did you get
that nice hat? At Mrt. ltultz' Mi:-
iinery, suire, corner of Washington V-
bniif) and" K.lovcnth Urcet'.' Hboim's Oio
latetjlathlons, and thu nicott and cJieap
estVfttfthat'fi'(fr Ctiy Cairo. ''
Just roeeivVd, u tino lot ttf oxtontlii
ladders, gardea hooi, Tskcf,elo.c "t
A. Ualley't. to 4-K lm.
O. C. llodon, Director of Conservatory
of Music, and Teacher of Vocal, Organ
nnd Piano Music, Instruction given in
all strlngod and wind instruments. Klo
mentary principles, thorough bass, har
mony nnd counter point- Unprecedented
InducomonU oll'ored. Thoso wishing to
tectiro his sorvicos will pteaso npply at
tho Conservatory of Music cornor of
Twolfth atroot and Washington nvonuo,
Pianos tuned and repaired.
To ALL, particularly invalids, spring is
a trying season Indications of sickness
should at onco bo attended to. Fatal
dlsoasos may bo caused by allowing tho
bowols to become constipated, and tho
systom to remain in n dtsordorod condition
until llio disorder has timo to dovulup II
solf. An ounco of proyention is worth a
pound of euro, is an old nnd truthful say
ing. ihorotoro, wo auvito ail who uro
troubled vlth tho complaints now vory
provaloht hoadacho, indigestion, dis
ordered livor, want ot appo-
tlte, nausoa, or feverish skin
to take, without dolay, Schonck's Man
drako Pills. Wo know of no romcdy so
harmless and decisive in its action. It at
onco strikos at tho root of tho disease and
produces a hoalthy' tone to tho systom
"1'ooplo nood novor eulfor from any disoaeo
arising from ft disordorod condition of tho
HvorMf thoy would tako this oxcollont
modloino whon thoy feel the first indlca,
Hons of tho malady, l'iimilio3 loaving
homo for tho summer months should tnko
throo or four boxes of thoso pills witl
them, Thov havo an almost Inttitntano.
out effect. Thoy will relievo tho patient
of hondacbo In ono or two hours, and will
rapidly clcanso tho liver of surrounding
bilo, and will oU'eotually prevent u tiilious
attach'. Thoy nro told ty an itrugcitts.
HTr.i' Hnd Kxion'ston haddors, Hand
Scrocns, Kiddlos, Siovcs, Shovois, Spados,
ftirks, Hoos, Iliik, Wator Closot Urlmils,
lichen and Cans Pppl Sinks,- Clothes
U'fgors, clothes Hones, Clothes Linetn
on1, l fact, a lull assortment of kltchon
I indllouso furnishing goods nt A. Ual
'oy i, Its Washington avenue, near Tenth
' to 4-17-lm
Aro rolling Gent's hnlf hoso ut 05 cents
Y'ou can buy Queonswaro and Cuttlory
as cheap nt D. llartman Ac Co'.s., as In any
othor part of tho country.
A largo assortment of Ladles' Jaconet,
Nainsook and Victoria Lawns can bo
bought cheap at D. Haktma.v & Go's.
Whampoa silk plaids can bo had at 16
conts per yard at D. Hautma.v & Co's.
A largo assortment of Brown, White
and Dunish tablo linen at
D. llAur.MiN'i fc Cos.
Tin: harbor chop it on tbo cornor ot
Eighth street nnd Commarcial avonuo
whero J. Goorgo Slionhouso with his gen
tlomanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, roadv to soothe
your feelings with a smooth chave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a Crst-class shop, and you uro
suro of receiving flrtt-clnst treatment.
Ladies' and children's btt'ir cut or curled
after tho most approval stylos. 8-15-tf
MH.MNKHV. Mrs. Hogarth iV: Co. do-
tiro to call tlio attention of tho ladies of
Cairo nnd vicinity lo their display of mil-
linary and far.cy goods. Having secured
tho services ot ono of tho best trimmort
In tho West, the fuel confident tint they
can suit tho moil- oxaoting taste. Dress
making dono in tho latost stylet on short
notice Prices rcasonablo. A rail is ro-
specttiilly solicited. 'No. 141 Commercial
avenun, ono door south of tho popular
dry goods stjroof J. Burger. 7t-4.2I.tf,
It. Smyth A: Co. OU'or for s1j f.0,00
old cigars, which they will soil cheap and
guarantoo to bo good tobacco and trnoke
woll. Wholesale Irom $15 to $30 por
1,000; retail, two to five cents ouch. One
thousand pounds fino smoking tobacco in
ono and one and a half pound packages.
Thoy also huvo 10 barrels good vinegar; 3
platform countor ."ealos, and ono patont
coal oil can, w-hich they will toll at a bar-
MM.I.INEKT. Mrs. Jackson, formerly
Mrs. Swander, is now on hand with the
chcapost stock of Millinery in Cairo.
Sbo has lowored her houso oven witli the
sidewalk to give tho ladles nn easy en
trance and hat lowered hor price to give
them all a chanco to buy a beautiful spring
hat or bonnet and anything elio in her
lino that thoy may want. Her ttoro is
now ono of tho most attractive, at it has
long boen ono of thu cheapest places In
town to buy. Cull and foo her and bo con
vinced. 18 G-3-lw
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to l'arkor .t Wake,)
And the celebrated illuminutliig
llrott' Huildlng, llthSt.&Comercia)
C. H. WHEELER,
AVOOD AND OOA
OFFICi: AND YA1!1),
iuiu si. doi. wasxuogtpa a vommerciai ai
A lamo stinnlv of Plttsbliri: and
wood tawed to order. Orders for real
wood should no loll at the ounn on it
Urect. Terms, canh on delivery.
Tho best Hlock of Brown LInon nnd Cot
tonados can bo found at
D. Hahtmah it Co's.
Twclvo vards bloaclied Domestic one
yard wido, for SI at
D. Hahtman & Co s.
A largo stock of Lawns, corded and
plain Alpacas, corded Jaconet, und Pur-
cals can bo found in beautiful styles nt
I). Hautman it CVs.,
COIINBK SIXTH STKEET AN U
Siioo 1'LY. warm weathor will soon
bo horo. Now is tho timo to guard against
files, gnats aud mosquitoes. I will say to
tho public that I nm making a spoclalty
or green wire cloth this season and will
duplicato Chicago and St. Louis
pricos. I also koop constantly on
hand a largo variolyof Bird
Cago, Moss Baskets, Flour Stands,
Toilet Sett, Bath Tubs, and a gon-
oral stock of Japanod, plain nnd Btamp,
pod tlnwaro, Ilofrigorators, Wator Coolors
and Gooch's IXL Ico Croam Froojors.
Also tho Odull Improved Stop Ladders,
which will bo told at bottom figures.
O. AY. Hondorson, 100 Commorcial nv
onuo, Cairo, Ills. 77 4-2 1. lm
Win. Ehlors wishes to Inform llio pul
lie Unit ho has Just rocoived a largo slock
of imported Freucli calf and Morocco
Leather trota Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct Importers, and hu can there
fore warrant all his work to bo of not only
tho best manufacture, but or tho vory
best material. Any ono who denlrcs lino
Boots, Shoes or Gaiters will find It to
their interoit to call on Mr. Ehlors at his
ehop, '20th street, and oxamiho his stock
nnd stylea boforo ordering elsewhoro.
1 l I1V1 !
Foil Sal. A line, largo ico-box.
SuiUblo 'for a saloon, Knqtiiro' at No',
i'J, Ohio Laves. '2f-0.fi-ct
May Fi.owj:ii. For tho best coal cook
Blovo buy tho colohratod May Flower.
For tho host wood cook stovo buy tho old
reliable Charter Oak; famous for giving
satisfaction cverywhoro and bulng espooi-
ally adapted to tho wants of ovory house
hold, I koop a largo variuty of othor
cocking stove.", which aro bought forcasli
and will bo sold cheaper than tho choap-
est. If you want a cup of good cotl'eo
for broakfast buy tho Planished Coffee
Biggin or Fronch coll'eo pot. A full sup
ply of Hritania cofl'oo and tea pots always
on hnnd. Don't forgot tlio placo.
O. AV. Hknderson,
7C-4-'21-1iii 100 Commercial avo., Cairo
MILLER & PARKER?
F hO I 'It, (JOHN, OATS, HAY, Ao.
Agents fur 1'Yirbatik'n SwiIim.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. ILLS.
10. MAXWKLL & CO.,
ilamificturers and Dealers in
AIo Agents for thu
No. 7IU,Nortb;Malne KUtct,
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS
iucccoor to l'lilllip-i ami Ilrlpis.)
Coiiiinerclnl Air., Ut., 0th anil loth;;!-
i- 1-2-1 m. CAIHO, 11,1.1
E00T & SH
tl. L'll-nl .Ya.u .. IIJ 1.1 r. Ulltt...
1-iiic HootH and Khoci Made to order
klmrt mil If... r,rtl, I...C I.V......I. .....I A ... .
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WCllUIdl AllUlillll.L' 11UH
Ohio Jioveo, ovor JIatlius A, l lil h.
PARKER &, AXLEY.
Corner of Hlh Klrect mid Wushliinlmi Arc.
narliiei'hll hei-ctofoi-tr oxMIiil' ho-
tween ihn uudei'signed, under thu ttinv
iiuiuoof A. T. mid ). T. anuiie, ln tho bu
llion liutliiei-s, U till day ilUolvedbj- uiutunl
eojiteut, The busincB-, wlll.bo continued bv
A. T Zaiiono,,who will puy all dubtb oivlng
by od .oil eel nil ilebu duo tho tlrra.
Antonio T. anonk.
.llllKl ll T .ANONK.
I Ainu, lib., .Muy 1ft, lbT4. ja 5-K-lOt
fitllVdWll Hftiiilr, V. I,
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7!l Ohio Lovco, City National Hank
.Jsiulding, UAino, ir.i.a
The oldest established Agency In Bomber
. iiiiniii-, ii-jireuiiiing over
of tho hunt Inturaiico Capital ol thu U.
BEMIS, BRO. & CO.
AHNTd FOR v
MOMfi COTTON MILLS, K
30 Ohio Lovoo, - Cniro, Hit.