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a. Al IROM MOUNMAN
AIB StOTMKBlf BAILKOAP
OMlbnaesarrlra at and depart .tVn'l''r
ee eorner Beventh trcet ami Commer
cial AYemie lollowt. S
Tfcrotiffc epres, leare 12 noon, arrives
8MlT't Accommodation, leave" :00 h.
"clSSlwtoMoniniod!loii, nirlvo, 10:M
TliMW)rpolnts in Tons and Arfcnn-
TWBJJTY-roun nouns i.kss twin iiyaxv
, OTHBR not-T.
Time from Cairo to Little Rock 13 hours
To Tea-aroma 21 hour;.
To Jffcmon, Texas, 24 hours.
To Maratmll M hour.
To Shreve port, Louisiana, 20 hour.
To Pallas, Texas, 38 hour.
To Hearrte, Tcxa, iiS lioQin.
To Houston, Texas, 4 1 hours.
To Galveston, Texas 14 hour.
D. AXTBf.L, Chief Krik'lnecr.
C. AY. llKQL'KMDOVRd, Agent, Cairo.
I take pleasure in colling
the attention of tho public to
my fesh and full stock o
new and elegant Furniture, nt
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Bedsteads, Wadrobcs, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being tho only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I proposo offering better
goods at lower prices, and
have made a large red motion
in tho prijssr of fili my goods
Call Lud oxanmno my stock
Jud secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade I offer special induce
ments. lVotrtho place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fur
niture and Matrasses.
WANTKD Evory merchant
In Cairo and vicinity to know
that tbey can buy msorteJ stlcl;
CARDTof UOSK & TKMMK at
12) cants per pound at tboir man
ufactory. The goods can also be
obtained from the Now York
Store at corresponding figures.
DR. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
THE GREAT AMERICAN CON
Consumption I NOT an Incurable disease.
fhysUlani assure us this lact. It la only
neceiiary to have the lllght Remedy, and
the terrible nuladj can be conquered.
SlU'i fialtaa is this Etm'dy.
It breaki up tho night nweats, relieves the
oppressive tightness, across the lungs, and
Baals the larcerated and excoriated surfaces
Which thai enom ot the disease produces.
WHILE LIFE LISTS THERE IS HOPE
ltmay not be too lata to otlect a cure even
after the doctor hare plven you up
Uall'a lialstm U aold even-where, und
W bnV at wholeiale orthe rroprUtori.,
ife.Bry4..Currn Coi nt '"e'r
Ureat Medicine Warehouse, 8 and 0 College
1 ftiW .tork' 1,rice l,cr tttie.
llajlPal Uat1aa. I. .1. I .
w wMtoi km Bleu m hutu icmt-ii v tor
fwna, pptuingof Wood, Croup. Whoop,
log Cough, and all other dUcal ol the rtw
Alio l'ronrlatnra nf Knviliv iti..n.i
WverByrup.CarbeUc Salvo.Kdoy'a Troches,
Oiyganatad Bitters, Mott'a Liver rills. Ac,
JOHN V. 1IENUY, UUIIUAN VO ,
waeo Blxth and Hev.uth S.reets, Cairo
T. B. ELLIS. Vroprletor.
XkaSaw Arungtou sionse jh now onen
. aaad U Ua heart 1 Ua busineu portion
"MM ty. tad eoavaBlaut to etcamw.
fcMtaytya ad ratlroad depoU. (iood sample
-ii urn in iniicwiiniu naicu
aaMitajiht tot boats atut trains.
CA1KO LOCAL NEWS.
to tike front it :i thou.iiid loll
paper ami ilnely prinio.l, for
One tlioii.ind sIMeinenN i.ilnteil at Tin:
llut.i.KiiN oilice lor ?:;.ro,
One tliotijianil unto head piln'ed nt Tub
IlL't.l.xri.N olllce tnrt'l.CO: tvtotheusamllor
Out' ihoiiiuhil business card, line Bristol
board, printed at Tiik Bui.I.l-.Tl.N oilli'O lor
from 2."0 to 1.01, according to size.
SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1874.
BstTMr. Jas. S. Barclay is In St.
01 a villi.
tSy-Kx-Cily Cletk Ilowloy lsnow em
ployed in the slieriirs ofllce.
tsirDr. Lawronci of Santa re hoi
boon In lha cily for sovoral days.
fiST-Auctlon of boot! and shoos thU
evening at 141 Commercial nvonue.
"Tlio county Jail contains thirty-
two prisoners nwaiting trial at tho np
proaching term of tho circuit court.
IwiFvSurvoyor John 1 Holy Is gnlw: t
U'.carcrook prncttiet on a surveying trip.
Ho has boon waiting lovoral days for a
Dosnratiou day it noar at hand,tid
Ii It not about time that stops bo taken
that it may bo olsorrctl In u letltting
Jky-Mr. J. S. Morris ol Ullin.was in
the city yesterday. Mr. Morris will ro-
move his family back to Cairo to resile
In tbo courio of tho noxt month.
JSfCounty Clerk Lynch is now Ub-
out a deputy, and Unds it up hill luu-
ness to run the ollico alone. Ho needs a
deputy and should have one.
US' L'hore was only ono caso tried in
Judgo Bross' police court yostnrday. A
steamboat pilot for boinc drunk was
taxed the usual foo In such catos.
CQf'Alcxander county a orgutilzcil
March Uli, 1810, and U tho fourth o'.dast
4 county in tbo state Uallatln, .lohnson,
and one other bclni; a few yoars its senior.
tizTH li said tho Kivcrsldn base ball
club has challenged n Cairo club to piny
a match game, to coins oil' at Mound City
on tho noth of May. What Cairo club
has boeu challenged '!
Ifiy J eromo Davis tho murduror of
Joioph itcod, at "William' saw mill near
Ullin, In the early part of last weok, Is
till at large. It is beliovod, however,
that his arrest will yet bo consummated
t&"Mound City pooplo will havo to
pay dear for tboir Ico thlt season. JJoal-
or say they cannot allord to tell it for
less than throo cents per pound. AVe
fear thoy will do a slim business at that
tfsJ'Tho chimney of tho house on the
corner of Kiftconth nnd Cudar strooU
caught llro yetterday and fur a timo cro
Hted quito a commotion. The II ro bolls
wero rung and all the lira companlos were
out. But hi the tire was confined to tbo
chimney their sorvirci wore not noodod.
lof'lii tho published list of tho newly
elected odlccra ot thu Rough and lteady
llro company, publishod in yesterday's
LUuli.ktix, it appears that Harry Scliuh
was oloctod trcaiuror. Mr. II. Meyer was
elected trcaiuror and Harry Schuh rocre
try. fSyltuv. Charles Gilbert, Rector of
the Episcopal Church of this city, will
deliver the ninth lecture of the course
at tho high school building on Monday
evening nuxt. His subject will ba "Tho
Novel; its Aim and Iutluenco." Mr. Gil
bert ii a tiuo wrllor and will dolivur an
able, entertaining nnd luilnatiiie lecture,
S&f'n thu morning of the Oth. Co'.
E. M. IOw of l'ulaiki s'.Htiuu, started on
a trip to U'licuiuiu and Iowa. Ho in
tends making tho entire journoy in his
own conveyance. Mrs. Low accom
panies him, Tho Colonel has been in
bad hoillh for some time, and makes this
trip in the hope of rocupuroting.
ieS'-A few days more such weathor in
thoproieiit will glvo farmurs an opportu
nity to do their planting. It is almcst
time that corn wus in tbo ground, but
the unprjveJouled wet woather has do-
layed preparing tho ground; but if tho
weather will remain good for a while
longer they will yot como out all right.
fioyTho German Lutheran church is
about to undergo some much uouded ru-
paus and Improvements, If we aro cor
rectly lufarmod tho present building
will bo raised and a fourteen foot story
built under it, to ba usod as u school room,
ole. Other important chances will bo
madu In tbo arrangemout of tbo church.
C5S-A deputy sborlll' of Mississippi
county, Missouri, arrlvod In tho city on
WednMday, armed with u requisition
from the govornor of that statu for the
person of Charlie Reed, who has aeon in
jail here for sevoral weeks on a chargo of
malicious mlicbief. Reed is wanted tn
Mlsaourl ou a chargo of burglary. Tho
otucor left with his prisoner on Thursday
by tba Cairo. Arkansas and Texas rail.
JohLDn County 'Jourqal'
"Uealori In butter, in Cairo, gmdo it
as jollowi: Wool grease, cart graaso,
v.u, ve.iuiaiau. cow greaio, loaru
nithfiuiA l..l.r,.i . i . . '
...uuiiin, nuoriur sun, couiinon
uo, meuium roll, good roll, and uullt
wawt a Wlli
Jack Alden, editor of the 'Journal,'
was a ihort time ago in the greaio bust.
neii in Cairo and ought to know soma
tiling about It.
Ha&A.n attempt wai tuado to burglar
ize Boll's store at Ullin on la.it Monday
nlglit. On TueiJay morning wbon Mr.
0. W. Finn, onu of the clerks, went to
open the storo, hn found, near the back
door, two ol.iioli and hammers, a large
eledga hummer and a heavy crowbar. On
oxaminlng tho dnor il wa tound to bo
badly battered up, and alow mora strokes
with tho crowbar would havo let the
thleTct into tho (tore ; but for tome rea-
on perhaps hearing a notio they wero
scar oil (i IV, leaving their tooli.
6iyHemcmbor tho grand union Sun
day tcjiool picnic of tho Cairo and Vlon-
na schools, to take placo nt Vienna
on Saturday, May Mb. All tho Sunday
school! of Cairo are especially Invltod to
take part. Ample arrangement havo
boon made to makn It it grand and pleas
nnt ntl'.tir. Hon. I). W. Munn will ilollvor
tho oration on buhalf of tbo Cairo Sun
day schools. The Delta City cornol band
will bo In attendance A special train
will loavu thu foot of Kigbth stroot on
Ohio Lovoiat 3 o'clock a.m., stopping nt
Klghtocnth strual. 'J0-0.C-It
Ifiy-Tho sale of tobacco at tho plantors'
warehouie yesterday was attended by an
unusually largo number of buyort, many
of who ji wero from neighboring m cltlei,
St. l.oulf, Chicago and l-ouli vlllo were
alo roproiontud. Korty-tbroo h)gshoad
wore fold at tho iollowing prices : Com
mon to ii.edlum lugs iii 73 to $D; low luaf
$5 CO to i", nnd medium to good loaf
20 to h .10. Tbo tobacco market is
weak mid unsettled Jiiet now In conio
rpicnt'ij of t lio'unsottle J and unsatisfactory
condition ot tho llnanccs of tbo country,
Large deal or J aro undecided as to what
cnur.'u to pursue, and are consequently
Zi&'n employe of the Cairo and
VtnctntK'S railroad went into the eating
houso on the corner of Fifth street and
Commercial avenue a night or two since,
and orderod a meal of tho best in tho as
tablishtubiit, which was surrod up In
tylo. After disposing of all there Was on
thu table, the scamp picked up his hat
and ran out o( the house. OtUceri tibee
ban and Martin who wero ttaudlnt! at
tho corner of .Sixth street saw him com
tug down tuo sidewalk, and nil munnor
oxclted their suspicions and tliov
stopped bin). 1I was indignan'
but the olllceri took him back
down tho avenue, aaj near the eating
nouio mot tuo proprietress who ex
plained what ho hai done. 11 o sottlod
tho bill utiil vAi permitted to go hi
&3f" l'ho St. Lauis 'Republican1 of the
Gth, cpoaklng of tho Into meeting of tho
directors of tho Cairo and St. Loui
railroad, says :
A meeting ot tho directors of the Cairo
and Jt. Louis railroad was held at ilur
phyaboro yosterdiy. An agont of th
Amsterdam bondholders of the road was
present, and a report of the earnings of
mo roan was maao, wmcn wero satis
factory. Tho company has a contract
with tbq iron furnaces, and is now deliv
ering about 'JOB tons of muddy coal dally
Kt South St. Louis. A furthor oxteuslon
of timo for tho completion of the road
from Murphyshoro to Cairo, a dlstanco of
CO miles, was given to the contractors,
H. R. l'ayson St Co. Tho work will bogin
on tho 1st day of .Tuna and complete
it by tho 1st day of November next. (This
portion of the road is noarly all gradod ;
there is iron onough at Cairo to lay 40
miles of tho track, and tbo tios aro upjn
the line. Had it not boon for tho suspen
sion of tho banks last fall this road
would now be completod. It will bring
tha best coal for smelting purposes to our
markot, and also a-largo and valuable
trado from southern Illinoii.
JCSTOn arrival of tha picnic excursion
train to-day at Vionna tho excursionists
will bo molby tho Vienna Sunday schools,
and escorted to the picnic grounds, whero
tho following progranimo will be gono
Inception spoeuh by il. A. Smith, su
perintendent, upon tho part of tho M. E.
school at 11:15.
Music by the baud.
Reception spench by J. O. Finney, su
porintondont upon tho part of the Union
school, at 11:35.
Music by all tho schools and band at
lUiponte by Hon. 1J. W. Munn, on
behalf of the Cairo school at l'-!:00.
Rocreation and dinner.
All trleodi ot Sunday schools and other
well dlipoicd poople are invltod to at
tend, and participate in the enjoyments
of tho day.
Lot nil take woll tilled dinner baskets.
J&y-One of the most succoisfal and de
lightful entertainment! of thu teuton was
given at the rectory of the Episcopal
cbitrch Thursday ovouing, by tho ladles
of that church: Mrs. J. Q, Harmon, Mri.
l'hll. Howard, Mrs. T.W.Halllday, Missos
Emma arfd Jennie Horn. Mrs. A. H.
Irvln, Mrs. J, II. Jones and Mrs. L. Jor-
gensou boiug in cnargo for tho evoning.
Too much credit cannot be awarded thoso
ladlos f-or tba flue suppsr, (including
some superb iuo cream ordorod expressly
for the occasion from Chicago,) tha beau
tiful display of tlnvors, and the general
enjoyment of everybody, from tho good
rector and his cordial wlfo down to tho
little ones of tho church. Tho receipts
wore unusually large and will ba dovotod
towards paying for tho how organ now In
procoss of construction at tho Church of
tho Redeemor, ono of the haudsomust In-
s'rumonW over built and tho- flnoat, ono in
ouuthori! Illinoii. We understand an
organ concert Is being arranged for, and
can promisa on ovorlliwlng house on
such an occasion.
Just received, a Una lot of oxtonilon
ladders, garden hoes, rakes, etc., etc., nt
A Halley's. Htl 4-17-lm.
Wnv Mls Anna,-whoro did you got
tlml nice Uulf At Mr. Hultz' Mi'.
llnery utorn, corner or Washington av
enuo and Elavcnth street. Sbo has tho
latest faihtoni, and tha nicest and cheap-
ui uav mm vur cnino q Ualro.
ViHST-c'LAsa board at locond-clau rates
at tba St. Charles Hotel. U2 i.'io.tf
CIRCUIT COURT A BIO DO0KKT-
Vikmma, It.t., May 7, 1874.
Editob ok Ilut.t.KTttfi Circuit court
was called bora on lait Moxday morning,
Judge Dakar prcilding. There aro 37
rlininal, 47 common law and 81 chancory
caies on the docket. Ji ibe criminal
cases tho most important are the poople
Peter Horrun, pooplo vs. Ullts and
people vs. Day llrocsc, caoh Indicted for
murder. The court has been engaged
for tho last three days in the trial of
l'elor Horron. It is a vory intorosting
trial and Is largely attended by spectators.
As many of your readors know, Her-
ran killal Cyrus Holth in Cubden, in tho
oar 1871, whllo attempting to arrest him
as town marshal of Cobden, for the vio
lation of ordinances. It looms that
Hailb, while sober, vras a quiet, law abiding
and industrious citizen. Rut when under
tbolnflueuca of liquor was yory bolitorous
jusrrelioine and annoying tu tho clllzuns
of tbo placo.
On tba occasion of bis killing ha had;
como to town, got drunk and was defying
tho town and its ordinances, and with
tho attempt to arrest him in a
saloon he was by Herroti shot
and killed. Horron is ably do
fended by Judge Allen and b. 1
Wheeler of your place and Gov. Duugh,
erty of Jonciboro. He is backed up by
tho ontiro population of Cobdon and quito
a number of tho citizena of the placu are
n attendance. Tho csso nl tbo people
vi. lireese is sot uown lor aionuay.
Our Sunday School peoplo are making
preparations to glvo tho excursionist!
from your placo a hoarty reception next
Saturday, wo hope to coo all of you.
i ours, Ac, "a.
A raw ioitr. day boarders will bo
taken at tho St. Charles at tho reduced
E. C. l'aca & Co. havo moved their of.
ilea and waroroom from 55 to that for
marly occupied by D. Hurd A: Son, ro
oontlvbv G. M. Aldcn. No. 77 Ohio
Among tho cblof wonders of Rebuilt
Chicago are Its groat hotels tho host In
the world. At tho head of these stand
tho now Tromont Home, corner of Lako
and Dearborn streets.
Just roceived at AV. U. Rockwell
Cc.'s h new slock of Walnut parlo
brckots, wall pockets, towell racks, hang
intr basketn. stcroosroplc vlow holders
and hut raiVs, ull lor salo at reduced pri
Tho St. Liuls and Iron Mountain und
Southern railroad will havo for talo at tho
olllcu in Cairo, until May 10th, round trip
tickots to Jetl'urson, Toxai, good until
June 10th. for t:iO This is for tho
benellt of tho Baptist convention now I
coition at JetTorion. 31-5-7-lt
Fob Stovks, Tlnwarc,toiletware, steam
cooking veisoli, broilers, bird cages, lan
orns. irate springe, gats lilngna, tablo an
nockot cutlorv. flutlni: Irons. Also for
rooUng, gutters and spouting, go to A.
Halley's, 168 Washington avonuo, near
Tonth itreot. 60 4-17-lm.
Rkmovih). Dr. A. J. Roo bos removed
from tho corner of 1'ourttonth end Wash
ington to No. 32, Tonth stroet, botwoon
Washinglon and Walnut. His oflico is
on Commercial avonuo ovor Thorns A:
Bro's grocery atore. l'i-5-3 3t
Mns. Ruxiiiotu Ii propared to iilkacii
and I'UKss hati and bonnets in tbo most
approved style, and in a manner to givo
entire satisfaction. Cull at hor residence
on Fifteenth stroet botwoon Walnnt and
Cedar. 'J30 3-15-tf
Tha undersigned has no interost in any
business in tho name of Thomas Jessup
or Jessup A: Rlytbe, and will pay no
debts unless contracted by himself in
dividually and In his own namo.
Jas. E. Blytiie.
May u, 1874 3J-G-7-0t
G. 0. Uodon, Diroctor of Conservatory
of Music, and Teacher of Vocnl, Organ
and l'litno Muilc. Initrttctlon given in
all stringod and wind Instruments. EIo
mentary principles, thorough bass, har
mony and counter point. Unprecodentod
inducements offered. Thoso wishing to
secure hit sarvicos will ploaso apply at
tho Conservatory of Music corner of
Twelfth street and Washington avonuo.
Pianos tuned and ropalrod.
May Flowkii. ror tho best coal cook
stovo buy tho celebrated May'Flowor.
For tho best wood cook stovo buy thu old
reliable Charter Oak; famous for giving
satisfaction everywhere and boing eipocl
ally adapted to tho wants or evory house
hold. I keep a largo variety of otbor
cooking stoves, which aro bought for cash
and will bo sold cheaper than tho cheap
est. If you want a cup of good coll'co
fur breakfast buy the 1'laQlshod ColToe
Uiggin or French coffeo pot. A full sup
ply of Brltanla cofl'oo and tea pots always
on baud. Don't forget tho placo.
O. W. Uk.vdkrbon,
70.4-'Jt-lm 190 Commercial avo., Cairo
Shoo Fly. Warm weathor will soon
be bore. Now is tho timo to guard against
tiles, gnats and moiqultooi. I will say to
tho public that I am making a specialty
of green wire cloth thli season and will
duplicate Chicago and St. Louis
prices. 1 also koep constantly on
band a ' largo variotyof Bird
Cages, Moss Jtaikots, Flour Stands,
Toilet Scti, Bath Tubs, and a gon
oral clock of Japanod, plain and stamp
ped tinware, Refrigerators, Water Coolora
and (iooch's IXL Ico Cream Froczort.
Also the Odoll improved Step Ladder's,
which will be sold ut bottom ilguros.
C. AV. Henderson, 100 Commercial nv
anuo, Cairo, Ills, 77 4-2 Mm
Flouii, Flouii. Good and choico fum
lly Hour In 081b sacks, convenient (or fam
ily uio, for sale In quantities to suit pur
chttsirs. Pster Cum.,
to, Ohio Leveo.
oi houi hours ending ntil o'clock p.m.
Stcamci- Oracy, Columbus
" Grand Tower, St. Louis
', I'at Rogin, Cincinnati
" Capitol Oily, Vlcklburg
" l'ainlor, Ohio river
" Glencoo, Now Orleans
" Smokey City, EveniylUe
" Idlowlld, Evansvlllo
" Yacgor, Now Orloans
Stoamor Gracy, Columbus
" Grand Towur, Mumphis
11 l'at Rogerf, Momphls
" l'at Cloburu, Evansvlllo
" Capitol City, St Louis
" i'aluler, south
" Glencoo, tit Louis
" Smoky City, Now OrIans
" Idlowlld, Evanivitlo
" Yacgor, St Louis.
There was a alight dcollco In tlio Ohio
yesterday, probably half an inch. Rut
that itroam li proparing for a big tumblo
and when it starts aright will go down
with a ruib. At nil points abovo it is
falling very rapidly, and cannot hold out
hero much longer.
Tho Mississippi continues risIng,thougli
Ruilnoss is improving und Is much bet
ter than at any other timo for sovaral
Thu weather has at 1ml settle. 1 down,
and is vory ploutsaut.
The Kojgtono brought two ompty ico
b-ugos from Evaiisville, and as sha came
opposite Phillips' wharfboat started to
round to under full bead of steam. Find
ing that sbo was not going to make il, the
pilot rang tho ball to stop her which was
promptly dono by tho engineer. She was
then actois tho curront In tho middle of
fha river. Tha pilot then rang
the backing boll, but ns he had not tap
ped tbo gong to ship up as U customary,
the engineer could not understand him
and called up through tha trumpet
for initrucliont. This call the pilot did
not hear until It was twice reported.
wnen no am were l ma engines woro
started back, but too late, and the barges
struck tho whool of tho l'at Clohurn lay
ing at Phillip' wharfboat, breaking down
tho gallows framo and stripping tho out
side arms half way round. Tbo barges
were uninjurod. She atrippod her wheel
before loavlng for Evansvlllo, where sbo
will havo to lay up sovoral days for re
Tho Bismarck got about V'jO hhds to
bacco and fume other freight hero.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
At Auction to-night at . o clock at
No. 1 it Commercial avonuo. A full line
of childrens', ladles' nnd gonts' shoes and
boots. L. H. Mykkh, Auctioneer,
ROOMS TO RENT.
In Wilcox block, Washington nvenuo,
at tho lowost figures. 10 l-3-tf.
Socond-hand clothing, watches, juwolry,
pistols, Arc, bought and sold, Abo n lot
Brussels' carpet, furniture, tte., fur salo.
Opposite Cairo and Vinconnos railroad
dopot. 188 S-27-tf M. Coyvk
A now boueo containing threo rooms
and sido porch, two good lot', cittern
and stablo. Tho property Is situated on
Twonty-llrststroot botweon Walnut land
Cedar streets. For further particulars
mqulro on tho promises'. 31.0-7-lm
Tkn pounds of brown sugar for SI ;
pounds best colfeo sugar at $1,3 pounds
of cbolco butter at $1; baking powder 45c
por lb ; Imponal tea at $1 ; potatoes 30
cants por pock ; 3 lbs coffoo $l,at Wilcox's
Block. 107 2.4-lm.
To all, particularly invalids, spring is
a trying season. Indications of sickness
should at onco be attended to. Fatal
diseases may bo caused by allowing tbo
bowols to bocomo constipatod, and tho
system to romaln in a disordered condition,
until tho disordor has timo to dovelop it
solf. An ounco of proyention Is worth n
pound of cure, Is an old and truthful say
ing. moroioro, wo auviso an wtio are
troubled with tho complaints now vory
provalebt hoadache, Indigestion, dis
ordered liver, want of appo.
tlto, nausea, or fevorlsh skin,
to take, without dolny, Schonok's Man.
drako rills, wo know ot no romoay so
harmless and decisive in its action. It at
onco strikes at tbo root of tho dlscuso and
produces a healthy tone to tho system.
Pooplo need novor eull'or from any disooso
arising from a disordered condition of tho
livor if thoy would take this oxcellout
modkino when they feel the lint indlca.
tlona of tho malady. Families leaving
homo for tbo summor months should tako
throo or four boxos of thoso pills with
them. Tliov havo an almost instantano-
ous effect. Thoy will roliovo tho patlont
of hoadache in ono or two hours, and will
rapidly cleanse tho livor of surrounding
bilo, and will effectually provont a bilious
attack. Thoy nro sold by all druggists.
AVm. Ehlors wlshos to inform tho put-
llo that bo has just received a largo stock
of imported J.'ronch calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickol, of Cincin.
natl, direct importers, and ho can there.
foro warraut all his work to bo of not only
tho best manufacture, but of tho vory
best material. Any ono who desires line
Boots, Shoos or Gaiters will Und It to
their interoU to call on Air, Khlors at Ids
shop, 20th street, and uxamlno hU stock
and styles boforo ordonng olsowhore.
'203 11-4-1 ra
Stki aid Kxtontlou Ladders, Sand
Serooni", Riddles, SIovos-, Sho vols, Sp&dos,
Forks, Hooi, Rakoi, Water Closot Urinals,
Kitchen and Cess Tool Sinks, Clothes
Ringers, Clothos llonos, Clothes Llnean
and, in fact, a full assortment of kitchen
and House furnishing goods at A. Hal
ley's, 1C8 Washington avenue, near Tenth
itreot. BO l-17-lm.
HARTMAN A. CO.,
Aro gull i n k Gent's half hoso ut i',o cents
I per doxeti,
You can buy (Jueenswaro and Cultlery
as cheap at D. nartman X Co'a , as In any
other part of tho country.
A largo assortment of Ladles' Jacontt,
Nainsook and Victoria Lawui can be
bought cheap at I). II AMMAN A- fo.
Whaiiipo silk plaids can bo had at 16
conts per yard at D Hawt.man & Co'h.
A large atportmont of Drown, Wlilto
and iluiiieh table linen at
1). UAnr.taN'H& Co'i,
Tho host atock of Drown Llnonnnd Cot-
tonades can bo found at
i). Haiitman A: Co'n.
lwelvo yards bleached Domestic ono
yard wide, for 51 at
1). Hahtman it Co's.
A largo sto(dc of Lawns, corded nnd
plain Alpaca", corded Jaconet, and I'er
cals can bo found In beautiful styles at
1) HAiirMAX A: CoV.,
CURNKR SIXTH STREET AN I)
COMMERCIAL A V E N U E .
If ob a ALL', A Hnr, lario Ice-box.
Suitable for a mIo.hj. Eouulro at No
8'i, Ohio Levoo. l!l.5.C.t
SKVr.HAi, pluniant family rooms nt tho
St. Charles Hotel, fronting on the Onlo
can bo obtained with board nt roJuccd
ratoi during tho summer luunlhs,
Piano For Salk. First-class seven
and a quarter octave piano cheap for caih,
or can be traded for, past rash and Iml
anco In dross goods; or opon to any other
trade, by addressing AXN,
Tin: .MoNiTui:. For tho Monitor, tho
best coal Cook Stovo evor mado or tbo
Fashion, -tbo champion wood Cook of tho
West, go to A. II alley's, 108 Wnshlngto
avenue, near Tenth street.
Tun barber shop is on .Lo cornor of
Eighth street and Commercial avonuo
whero J. George Stionhouso with hie gun
tlomanly assistants can bo found hi any
hour of tho day or night, roadv to soothe
your feulings with a smooth shavu, or cool
your temper and head with a ood sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
lure of receiving tlrst-cli.m treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after tbo mull approved styles. 8-lS-lf
MiLLlNHliv. Mrs. Hogarth St Co. de-
siro to call tho attontlon of tho ladles of
Cairo and vicinity to tboir display of mil
Unary and fancy goods, Having secured
tho services of one of tho belt Irimmors
in tbo West, thoy feel confident tint tbey
can suit thn mort exacting taste. Drosi
muklng dono in tho latest styles on phurt
notice, l'ricoi rcasonablo. A call is re
spectfully sol cltoJ. No. Ill Commercial
avenue, ono door routh of tho popular
dry goods staro of J. Burger. "4-t.2t.tf,
R. Smyj-h St Co. Offer for salo ilO.OOO
old cigars, which they wllrWoll chonp nnd
guaranteo to bo good tobacco and smoke
well. Wholcsulo from $15 to 130 per
1,000; retail, two to five cents each. Ono
thousand pounds lino smoking tobnr-co in
ono and ono and n half pound packagoi.
They also havo 10 barrols good vinegar; !!
platform countor Males, and ono pntont
coal oil can, which thoy will sell nt a bar
Mili.inkuy. .Mrs. Jackson, formerly
Mrs. Swandor, Is now on hand with tho
cheapest stock of Millinery iu Cairo'
Sho has lowered her house oven with the
sidewalk to glvo tho ladles an easy en
trance and has loworod hor prico to glvo
them all acbanco to buy a beautiful spring
hat or bonnet nnd anything olio in her
lino that thoy may want. Her tttoro is
now ono of tha most attructivo, as it has
long been ono of tho cheapest places In
town to buy. Cull and tee hor and bo con
vlnced. 18 0.3-1 w
ATTENTION RAG DKALKI'S.
111 Chcsl nut Sued,
VI'. I.OIUN. ,M4.
PAY THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES,
7 cts. por lb for Soft Woolen,
3 etc. per lb for Wool Carpet,
1 3-1 cte. por lb for Wool illunl.cts.
li 1-4 cts. por Ih for Old Cloth.
OiirciiSMiirc, Cliiiui, (ilitSMvure, Itocl;-
cnlmiii mid YcIIimv Wnro, Sloiicwurc,
Clilnit Oi iiiinu'iitHnnd Toys, Fiuicy
fjiiodi, l'laledivai-c, 'j'iil, ami .
I'ockct Cutlery, Lnmpe, r.nnp
CliliiineyH, Lamp Trimmings,
Looking Masses, etc.
In fact every kind of goods bc!oimli.' In :i
For tho next sixty day I will oiler the
above go-iN at and bclmv uol,l'oreaili only.
Tho gooclH must be told lo clnn the eoneei n.
CIoh' buveis arc especially invited, cilher to
ef.mo uml n'o I'm- Ihciniolves or send lliulr
Older, In either utse Iguiiranteo siitUfnitlon
.1. T. THOMAS.
Assignee of Farxou, LaU A- co.
L'silao, III,, April K, 1874.
WILLiAI K. BM1TII, M. D.
RESIDKKOK Xo.81, ThlrtcenlU stroet,
betwetn Washington avenue and AValmit
itreot. Olllce Viii commorulal avonuo, up
WILLIAM J. ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Odlioovur Vint National bank. 8-l(Mlta
HAMUEL r. WHKKLKH,
ATTORNEY & COUNBKLORAT LAW
Office over First National bank. 8-1 Mas
WlUam C. Mulkey
ATTORNEYS .AT LAW
OlUco: Eighth atraot, between Ceminar
Ol at and Washington avonlles.
UHKEN k OiLHKRT,
COUNSELORS AT LiW,
William U. Ollbart
aas-Upoota! attention tlea lo AdtnliaUr aa4
riio onioi.avisB,uookia I aho o ovui j
R. SMYTH & CO,
(JAIRO, ILLINOIS. f
ir: i r :
jumercu dpriug water, j
AND M.AI.KIt IN
HOTTLKD AliU AND (JII)KK,
OHIO LEVEi:, bother n '-Mnnd I Hi Sis.
B. F. PARKER,
(Succos.ior to Parker fc 1'lal.o,)
PAINTS & OILSJ
WALL I'AI'KK, I
WINDOW (.1 LASH,
Ami the relrhruteil llliliiilliatlug
Brois' Building, 11 th St. A: Comercial A v.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
OFFICE AND YARD.
lOlli St. let. Washington. & Commercial Ave.
A targo riipply of ritUburg and Blsji
.liuuuy uoai constantly ou uauu, ntova
wood matted to order. Orders for ceal on
wood tlinuld he left at tbo ofhto on Tenth!
urcot. I crms, cnM( on delivery,
;. maxwj:ll & uo.,
Jlaniifactiirem um Dealers In
AXLE GHEASE; j
Al-o Agents for tho j
No. 710, North Maine Street, ,
MRS. L. T. BRJGGS,
(Sinves'oi- to l'lilllipt and Rrlggs )
Commercial Ave., bet., Oth anil 10th;si.
7-1-2-1 m. CAIRO, ILI.i,
RoM. Wood & Oo
PTI1 LADELAHIA, PENN.,
1'oitiiTitliiR, Vaf h, Anlnialf. Iron St4lrs.
Lump I'oM, Slable UttlUgH,
Viro Works. '
CAST, WROUGHT & WIRE BAILINGS
HKW and IMROVKl'D CUA III forthaaUoa,
'Couccrt-und Lecture Halls.
And a General Assortment of Orna
mental Iron Work.
r.-tlinutoa and doslgniicntonappUtlMSi
tutim; inn oiaxaoi work desired,