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HUiE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Takes gmt pleasure In announcing tlit
tbty are new prepared to aui1r everybody
with Ukt ice of tho very lie t quality, eltbcr
at their homo or at tlit stores. Order
should be left at tbc office, No. W Ohio
In ordsr Uit Memorial Day may bo appro
atelyobscrved,the cltlxns of Mound
City bare arranged for its
proper celebration oil
Saturday, May 30, 1874
J-XFl 11, .
AT Til AT CITY.
The accommodations will he ample for lev
er al thousand people.
The orator of the day will bo
HON. JNO. L. BEVERIDGE
GOVERXOR Of ILLINOIS.
0 fair eminent public mon will be present and
The Ladles Who Intend to be present, are
requaaua u ute gananus ana nou
oueteot flower unarranged.
The following ootnmltteei have beon
COMMITTK ON ARRAN0.XUXBTS.
Oh IserU, Sr, Vf I. Hambleton,
Daniel Ilogan, Ceo .Sttiltz,
O F Meyer. Iaac Jtecil,
Cico W Minn.
C0MUITTJCX OX OBATION.
ML den, E D WatUns,
COMUlTTIK OH VINAVCK.
John W Carter, U F Potter,
John A Waugh, E S Cbexter,
A Laue, Dr. Looser, Vienna,
iiHSpeuecr, James Hrowncr.
' COMMITTEE OX MUSIC.
II W Dyer, L O HarrK
Ed Jlayej. v
COUMITTM Otf TRANarORTATiOK.
John W Carter, Dr. Casey.
H T Totter, FWCorhon.
to Lounbcry, "V F Price,
ine Uoren, )t Catey,
Geo Mertx, jr, L U Harrl-,
A J Doutherty, C W Felter,
Dan il(an, John LInegar,
II U O'Nell.
0 TLOWIU AD DICOUATIOJf.
EShlnpen, chairman E S Chester,
V A Kldred, Duke Carter,
Dan Hocan, C W Felter,
W II Jackson,
B W Finn,
Da id l'orter,
J II Craln.
Loula A Jaecaril,
II J (Iraddy,
li u uien,
S J iCeUey,
1' M Kcllty.
J M Davhlge,
W J Walker.
Mayor John Wood, 0 K'Woodwird,
1'aul Sthuli, Col McKeag,
Woel Uarrell, .lohn Antrim,
John Oberly, Da Is, of the Sun'
JtS'ieoiiun, W Ualllday,
William Wetzel. "
I y ?Kt-',rtiy J c wniii,
Iku 0 Jones, W Hrowu,
AMHA ASU JOMEMIIOHO.
C Klrkpatrick, Geo Dougherty,
M J ltucore.
A J Kuykendall, A J Alden,
H W MeTatrtdge, W D Deans,
Major ConoTer, capt Sloan.
DON'T TRUST ANY MAN
Who says he win pay UCO for a case ol C
urrnwiilcti ne Jails to cure. Wolcott Ca
tarrh Annlldlator ha cured thousands who
would have perished without It, and my
agent will return the money to any pur
f'7M tries a bottle andls not bt nent
ted. Did you ever try WOLCOTT'K l'AIS
FAINT? Ilr Its use U urns never (Jl.i. r . u
stops Headache, Toothaeh and NeuralVla
a. Goldsmith, cor. VliU & lxcutl it..
my asni. it. ii. wolcott. m-3.'JMt
Boot and shoe maker, Twentieth
tween Wasalngton avenue and I'oplar
trMt, is prepared to make boots ana thoee
lti tfce latest and most fashionable gyles.
Bs) Will saake them to order, old or new
i tries to suit customers, out of the bet und
fretfceet stock, of which he always bas a
cood suMrfy on haad from which to make
eleoUesui. All tttina; of boots and shoes
sad fcy Mr. JctUers Is doc la his own shop
0 foreign ft Ulna; bcltw used by him,
tilva Via ft all, and he win give you falls-etloa.
CAIRO LOCAL. NEWS.
Somebody to tske from nn a thousand bill
houd, gojd jiaper and finely printed, lor
Hint rmra t '.
One thousand statements printed at Tiik
Huli.kti.v oillcc for $3M.
One lhniis!nl note beads printed at Tiik
llt'M.lUN oillcc lor 1. CO: two thousand lor
One thousand business card', line Hristol
board, printed at Tiik Hullktin office lor
from iiM to ?l.0O, according to size.
TIIUKSDAY, MAY 21, 1874.
LOCAL INDEX FINGERS.
Cam. and rzaniino Mm now taib.lock
at 1. Arler A Co'i. 44-6-10-1 m
toT Wan tod, at tho .St. Chariot llotol,
one hundrod day bourdon at tho roduced
ratoi. 78 5-10-tf
Call and examine tho now sashdock
at P. Artor & Co's. 44-5-10-lm
"Cumin ot comfort" at I). Artor &
Co'i. 48-6.10-1 m
Uksiit Kicmioir li now prepared to
ropalr, varnish and ollih furnlturo and
pianos In tho very Lett manner.
74 6-1 7-3 tn
"Ckumiis ot comtort" at 1). Artsr &
Tiik largost and bost-solccted stock
of FU UN ITU UK for talo at whsloialo
and retail by IIKNRY KIOHHOPF, No.
116, Commorcial avonuo, opposlto Seventh
stroot. 74 6-lT-3m
A U K i Vl 11 W W V at AM HPIURV IVIIVV
court yesterday was as dry as dry could
ftSrWantod, at the tit. Charles Hotel,
a stout, healthy woman to wash and iron
in tho lauadrj. 78 C-19-3t
Fiiisokal. "V. M. Mcl'heotors, Kiq.
and Dr. Lawronco, of Santa Fo proclnct,
and Mr. O. Greonleo, of Gooso Island,
aro In the city attending circuit court.
That Investigation. Tho McUale
Investigation will not commonco beforo
next week. In tho meantime Chiof Mc-
Ualo ii happy and tho gooso hangs high.
Cirm. Merchants should have cards
printed to bo presentod to the excursion
Ista on Friday. "Wo will print '-'.OOS cards
for $0, 3,000 tor $7 CO, on lino card board.
Masonic The grand lodge of colored
masons will msot In this city on tho 13th
of noxt month. Tho members of the
oralor hore aro aaklng great preparations
for tho coining mooting.
June Twentt-Fiffu. On tho -Gth
of next month tho colored Odd Fellows'
and Masons of I'aducah will visit Cairo
ar.d join tho membors of tho two so
cieties hero in a general parado.
Umir.s. Walt. McKoe and Iloraco
Uanan are fathers, and a couplo of proud
er mon nevor walked tho stroeti. Wal
ter is the fathor of a nine pound girl, and
Horace father of a bouncing boy.
German Lutiiern Sundat School.
Tho scholars of tbo German Lutheran
Sunday sehool are requosted to meot at
tbo church this aftornuon at flvo c'clock
to make preparations to attend tbo recep
tion of tho excursionist! tomorrow.
jTiiK Gentle Gehouli). The Gontlo
Gorould, superintendent of the gas works,
Is olTon a tour of Inspection, oxamining
the gas apparatus of sevoral cities. Wo
understand the gas works horo aro to be
enlargod and gcnorally improved during
Mrs. Henry Lattner, of this city, is
now in St. Louis, where she was one of
tho guests at tbo wodding of Miss Goisol
daughter of Mr. A. Geitol, treasurer of
St. Louli. Tho groom - was Mr. F. 1.
Doerr, of St. Louis. Tho ceromony took
placoon tho 19th Inst, at the residence of
the brldo't parents.
Shot. llobort Norton, who lives at the
corner of Fourth and Walnut streets.
hilo sull'uriug from an ovor-dose of fluid
extract of sod-corn last evening, discharg
ed tho contents of a revolver through his
right hand, sacrificing ono of his fingers.
Tho wound was promptly droned by Dr.
Stalkor, and is doing woll; and 'till
Robert Is not happy."
Ihyih. Tho Mound City 'Journal' of a
lato date says: "Sherlfflrvin, of Alexan
der County, is on tho trail of Davis, who
kllle-I Hood In this county last wenk. As
he saAdoin falls when nftor a criminal, It Is
possible ho will securo his man in this
use. I)y untiring vigilance, sloeploss en
ergy and unwavoring devotion to tbe
duties of hisofllce, Irvin has won an en
viable reputation as an o die or."
ItAini) Does. We loarn that on Tues
day afternoon, two little boys, ono a son
of Mr. John V. Gamblo, and tbo other
unknown to u, woro bitton by a dog sup-
poisa to nave wen mad. Tbo season for
uisa aogs is ai nana, ana we urgo upon
tho city council tho necessity of turning
tneir aog killers loose with Instructions
to slaughter the last one of tbo ten thoui
and worthless curs that now infoil this
Kine Ciuaw. l'etor Baup, manulao.
turer of cigars and dealer In all kinds of
tobacco and suiokrr's articles, No. 102
Commercial avenue, has on hand a stork
of bis celebrated brands of eigars, to which
ho invites tbe attontion of dealers in suoh
goods. These cigars have a wide-sproad
reputatian aa being as good as any ever
offered in this market, and tbo figures at
which they are sold aro sure to attract
attention. He invites an examination ol
his goods and prices, and warrants what
he sells to bo just what he represents
them to bo or raonoy refunded,
Attimitki Suicide. Wo understand
that a man named Tbomaa North who
Htm In tho tippor part of tho city, lt
night attorn ptod to put an ond
to hit cxistouco by taking
an ovor doia ol momhlnci
but wm discovered boforo it Wai too lato,
and Dr. Sulllv Ian succoeded In pumping
tho "plsen" on t of him. At lust accounti
North waa doing woll.
A Race. Toitorday nftornoon'a out
going train on tho Illinois central rail
road b'.djtut got Jlalrly jundor way und
had nearly roadbed Sixth streot, whan two
men, ono carrying a heavy latcbcl, iov
oral coats, nn umbrolln, and h dozon
other nrliclos, tturtod onjthe run from tho
St Churlo' to catch tho train. Thoy ran
at tho top of their spued, but on roachmg
Sixth moot, tho train wai part Mghlh.
Horoone of them givn up tbochaiobiit
tbo othor kopt on. Several raically boys
on tbo rear ond of tho last car kopt
beconning bltu to cotno on, whiln
anoihor boy wagiMily pretondod to bo
pulling tho boll ropo. Tim tho chaso
was kept up till tho train reached tho
itono depot, whan it atoppod and
tho runnor, who waa by this tirno protty
woll faggod out, got on. Tho race was
witnoiicd by a largo numbor of poopio,
and croatod it good deal of fun,
Hotil Arm v alb. Tho following
woro arrivals at tho Dolmonlco hotel,
yoitorday: V T Miller, Chicago; H A
Morgan, Mllwnukoo; Joinph Trood, An
na, 111; J W Ulbion, Jloiiiton, Toxar; O
C Sonos, llloomflold, Mo ; Ohai Cloud,
l'oughkocpsio, Now York; 11 C Smith,
J D Morgan, J Selglo, M C lUllroad; II
Itankin; Miss; .1 A McGlbbs, Thobei; Mn
McUno and daughtor, tit Louis; F Oawnld,
Hickman, Ky; J L Luttroll, Hickman,
Ky; 1 lloylo, Now York.
l'UKl'AIlATIONS FOR TIIKIU HK-
OKDEHOK 1'ItOOESSION, COMMIT
At a meoting of tbo various committoos
appointed to rnako the nocotsary arrange
ments (or the reception of tho oxcursion-
lata to visit Cairo to-morrow, tho follow
ing programnio was adoptod:
OKI) KB OF l'ROCESSION.
Sunday schools will meet in their ro
spectivo churches at ono o'clock. At tho
first ringing of the I'reibytorian boll tho
reception committee will form in line on
Tenth streot, north side, fronting toward
commercial avenuo. Tho band will fall
in just in tho rear of thom. Tho d lifer
ent schools will start from thulr pln:es of
mooting as follows :
Christian Sunday school 'J mlnutos af'
tar 1st tap of church boll:
Episcopal, & minutes aftor
Luthoran, C minutes after;
Presbyterian 10 mlnutos aftor;
Metbodiit, 12 minutes aftor;
Baptist, 13 mlnutos after;
All marching to Tontb street on Wash
ington avenue, where tbo marshal of tho
day will bo in waiting and assign to each
school its placo and take cbargo of tho
Tho lino of march will bo a, follows:
Along Tenth streot to Ohio leyoo;
Down tho levee to Sixth street;
Down tho wharf to Captain Phillip's
wbarfboal, halting at tbo staging.
On receiving tbe excursionists, tbe ro
coption committee will load tho proces
sion; our ranks will faco to face, stop
back four itopi and allow visitors to
march bolwoon ranks.
As soon as thoio havo pasted cur
columns tbe band will close in on
their rear, and our schools follow in order
nnd move to tho place for tho wolcome ad
dress, after which tho programme as an
nounced in Tbe Hudlktin on Sunday
morning will bo carried into effect.
J. V. Gamiile,
Marshal of tho Day,
The following in a list of tho commit
toos: Episcopal Church Iter. Chai. A 011
bort and Mr. Edwin llootli.
l'rosbyterian Church ltev. H. II.
Thayer and Mr D W Munn.
Methodist Church ltev J L Waller,
L W Stillwoll and W F McICoo.
Christian Church Mr G M Aldou and
Mr AM Cundlir.
Baptist Church Mr J I' Gamblo and
Mr L Lincoln.
Luthoran Church Mr J O Huols and
Tbo commllteo hold a mooting at tho
rosidonce of ltov. Charles A Gilbort on
soveum etroet yosterday altoruoon.
Kov'II II Tbayor wai elcctod chairman;
and tho following aub-committeos ap
To docidoupon place of reception II.
II. Candeo, G M Aldon.
To securo thi sorvlcos of tho Cairo Sil
ver Cornet Hand W F McKeo.
Toprovido ico water L W Stllwoll.
To confer with Prof. Alvord, Huporin
tondontof tbo public schools O M Al
den, Edwin llootli.
Rocoption Tho clergy and ono man
from each church, or two members when
tho minister is absent.
Musslc Wm Morris, K C Pace, D W
Jiunn, u m Aiuen, J v Gamble, J O
Finance A M Cundltr, L Lincoln, F
M Gilbert, L W Stilwlll, J U iteod,
Wo aro lure our roaders will thank us
for calling tboir attontion to tho very
handsotno advertisement of tbe Excelsior
Manufacturing Co. of St. Louis, as it
would bo useless for us to try to say any
thing in favor of tbo groat Charter Oak
Cooking Stove. The very word suggests
tbo thought of a well cooked meal, fol
lowed by oasy digestion, vigorous hoaltb,
with a deslro to have plenty of real work
to say nothing of tho comfort of a happy'
contented household. dAjw-lt '
A furnished house, No. 30, Thirteenth
ttreet. Apply to Mrs. Kate Sundusky.
A l'KW OF THOSK WHO ACCOM
I'LISUKD Til EI It PURPOSE
X' ON YKSTERDAY.
T11KLKOAL MAHKKT EASY AND
CIRCUIT COtrllT-MAY 1 HUM, 1874.
Judgo D.J. iUUr; Sheriff A. II. Irvin;
clork, 1LS. Yocuin, ami P. H. Pope,
Though thn circuit court has beon in
session since Monday, nnd eoveral prison
ers was triad urn! convicted, tho court did
not gut Into good running order until yes
terday morning, wbon tho grand jury re
turned a largo numbor of indictments
against parties in jail awaiting trial.
Among tho attorneys protent tit the
opening of court yoitorday morning, we
notlcod Judge John H. Mulkoy, Win. II.
Green and W. .1. Allen; and D.T. Line
gar, John M. Litis Ion, ii, P. Whoelcr,
W. H. Gilbert, II. Watson Webb, F. M.
Gilbert, County Attorney Pop?, "W. Jl.
Mulky nnd 11. Rtack.
Aftor n fow motions and rules in tomo
was taken up nnd tho case of Thomas
mweon, cnargou witti tbo larceny of a
pair of shoes from tho .Now York ttaroi
was called. Dawson was cnllod up bo
foro tho judge's boncb, when County At
tornoy Popo road tho indictment agalrst
him. Dawson plead "guilty," and bis
honor sentenced bim to imprisonment In
tho county jail for the torni of '20 dayr,
and to pay u lino of 20 and costs.
Goorgo Morris, one of tbo mun who
somo throo months ago attempted to bur-
glarizo Adolph Swooda's gror.ory storo,
at tho corner of Poplir nnd Eighteenth
streets, and who was shot by oflicor Chat
Jlohnor whllo In tbon'jt ol prying open
tho door, was tbon called. Morris, who
is a very largo, strong looking man. plead
guilty, and Judgo Hskor, HHur giving tho
prisoner somo good advico, sentenced bim
to sorro throo years nnd six mouths in
John Dunklin wai indicted lor burg,
lary with intont to commit murder.
Dunklin was placod on trial and the evi
dence taken. From tbo testimony it
seems that a colored man named lluyncs
and Dunklin quarreled about a woman,
and Dunklin swore he would kill Haynes
if it cost him his life. A night or two
atter tbcto threats were mado Haynes was
in bod In a bouso on Fourth streot, whon
he heard some one trying to got into bis
room. Ho got up and found Dunklin on
tbo stairs leading to tho room In which ho
(Haynovj was sleeping armed with a
knife. Whon askod what ho wanted in
tha houio Dunklin repllod that it mado
no ditferonco what ho wanted, that bo
was there nnd that was enough. A light
onsuod, In which Dunklin was badly
worsted, and aftor that Haynes hal him
arrested on tho charge above stated. Hut
after an abience of a very few minutes
the jury, for reasons best known to them
selves, roturnod a verdict of "not guilty,"
and tbo prisoner was dischargod.
TAUKH AN II 1ILACK.
John E. Park and Tom Black woro
brought beforo tho court, and entered
plea ot not guilty to tho chargo of rape,
as charged In the Indictment returned by
the grand jury. D. T. Llnegar appeared
for Black and Judgo Mulkey for i'ark,
who f.lod an atSdavit setting fourth that
by reason of numorous publications,
which havo appoarod in tbo city papers,
and tnoro especially in Tun Bulletin
during tbo past throo years, the people of
tbo community woro taught to
regard him as a very bad
man, and bis saloon as
a resort for tbioves and gamblers. That
within tho last fow weeks Tiik Bulle
tin has contained a numbor of articles
calculatod to Intensify tho litter feeling
againBt hix, and ho bolievos it impossible
to roceive a fair and; impartial trial in
this County, and tboroforo aikod that
chango of vonuo bo grantod in his caso,
Tho prayer of the petitioner was granted
and tho case sent t) tho Massac county
circuit court for trial.
"Ckumiis ofcamlort nt D. Artor ii
KiKIlLER A Bro. Tills firm having
taken chnrgo of tieir Eighth Street Meat
Market, havo Inaigurated a now eystom
of doing businoss a system that will bo
euro to giro satisfaction to tholr patrons.
Being wholesalodtalors in tho moat trade
thoy aro enabled to toll bettor meat for
loss monoy than nay other establishment
in tho city. Thoy will do a strictly cash
business, croditisg nobody, and hopo that
no porson will apply for crodit, us it will
cortainly bo rofuioJ. This system will bo
adhoarod to In order that they may not bo
compelled to chargo cash customers
enough to mako up for bad debts. Thoy
will open their shop on Friday or Satur
day morning, whon will bo oU'crod to tho
nubile, ut unusuallr low prices, tho
i , .
choicest fresh meats of all kinds such as
boof, voal, mutton, pork, otc. Thoy will
also havo fresh bausago for salo overy
morning. Thoy solicito a sbaro of public
pslronago. bi otm
Morufi A. Uunnon. havinir this day
made an assignment to tno undersigned
for tho equal bonollt of hl croditors, all
persons having claims against him, aro
hereby notiflod to present tho samo for
adjustment, and all porsons indebted to
laid Ilannon are notified to call and mako
settlement, or I shall proceed locolleot by
suit. Hybon F. Blakk,
Asslgnoe of Horaco A. Hannon.
Cairo, Ills., May 20. 80-5.2I.ilt
Btei- and Extension L.aadors, Hand
Screons, Riddles, Siovos, Sbovols, Spades,
Forks, Hoos, Rakes, AVatorCIosot Urinals,
Kitchen and Cosa Pool Sinks, Clothos
Ringors, Clothos Honos, Clothes Linein
and, In fact, a lull aiBortmout of kltchon
and Houio furnishing goods at A. Hal
ley's, 108 Washington avonuo, nonrTonth
streot. on 1-1 7-Ini.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
yjivi vcttsi y.
CAitilo.viiALr: Jackson Count v.)
May i;., Ib71. j
On loiiilltliin Ibiil a Mim....iiii.in,ii.nH ..f
youog persons ili-slrc mni ..!- ..im.. ...
- "7 ..... , U
contribute :i very Mnalll-um toward defruy-
vn i-Apciiscs :iy ivo Mimlrod at four
dollars incli-n N'uniinl lnili,n. in i...
In the ne building-, i-omii)rncin?.hilyl, tbo
lay ol dedicating the building, nod contlnuo
mi uiii .ii. j no rrlnclpal of the L'litvrralty
will have rliarup.aml tlm tnioMl n,r.,..i...- ..f
the faciiliy will give tho main part of the In.
Eiiiicunii. Aliens! leu lectures will be given
and, If the cah contributed l niiillrlnnf. tl.n
best men ol thN Hate and Missouri and lndl-
nni.wiii dc Drought in lor these locttli-rn.
If not more than one hundred ami urit nt.
tend, the personal contact with tho limtruc
tors will be greater und tbc prollt more ; mid
ns the CXcnc of lhi lnitltm in i.
- ii.il hi. mo
iiiine. the fee Miould be live dollar. If three
. t ""-nd. thence could be rodllc.-d to
At the state leiriol
Inm for paying tho oxptn,ci of iuc!i nn In-
-uiuie.i.ode.ir.ihle nnd valuable, to publlu
hehOfll. Will R.,t 111- the llOU!f,il..r. ..I
Southern Illinois, add another favor. to .the
.. ...j wioyi.a already done the comfiiu.
idly, and give this announcement icveral
grutiiituiiH Iii.crtlon- m n g.io.l place, and
call i ho attention ot te.ieberto It y
Let all who wl,h to attend, tum their
naiiici at oiiee-and not later than Jim.. 'n.
prox-tci Dr. ltobra, decretory oftiiistee,ipf
soiitlicrn Illinois NoniulUtiIveri.lly,('arboii.
Oood bosrd can Ic had III Cnrboiidato at
-V. II. The Innltuto cannot be held with
c than one hundred and liny who will pay
live dollar- each. Itoimnr Ai.i.y.v,
Principal of Faculty.
To ALL, particularly Invalids, spring ii
h trying season. Indications of sickness
should at once be attended to. Futal
disease! may bo caused by allowing tho
bowels to become constipated, and the
systorn to remain In a disordered condition,
until tho disorder hat time to dovelop it
solf. An ounce of prevention is worth u
pound of cure, is an old and truthful say
ing. Therotoro, wo advico all who lire
troubled with tho complaints now very
provaloht hoadacho, Indigestion, dts-
oruercu aver, want of appo-
tite, nhjioii, or feverish skin,
to tako, without delay, Schenck's Man
drako Pills. Wo know of no remedy so
harmless and dccislvo in its action. It at
onco strikes at tho root of tho dlsaaso and
produces a healthy tono to tho system.
Poopio noed novor suffer from any di'caso
arising from a disordered condition of tho
liver if they would tako this excellent
medicino whon thoy fool the first Indica
tions of tho malady. Fnmilios loaving
homo for tbo summer months should tako
three or four boxes of thoee pills with
them. They havo an almost instantane
ous effect. They will relievo tho patient
of headache in ono or two hours, and will
rapidly clcanso tho liver of surrounding
bilo, and will effectually prevent a bilious
attack. Thoy aro told by all druggists.
May Flowkr. ror tbo best coat cook
stovo buy the celebrated May Flower.
For tbo best wood cook stove boy tho old
reliable Charter Oak; famous for giving
satisfaction everywhero and boing especi
ally adapted to the wants of every botMo
hold. 1 keep a largo variety of other
cooking stoves, which are bought forcah
and will be sold cboaper than the cboap
ost. If you want a cup of good colfeo
for breakfast buy the Plunlsbod Coffeo
Biggin or French coffeo pot. A full sup
ply of Brltanla coffee andUa pots always
on hand. Don't forgot tho placo.
C. "W. Hf.niicbhon,
7C. l-2Min 190 Commercial avo., Cairo
Snoo Fly. Warm wcatbor will soon
bo horo. Now is tho timo to guard against
flies, gnats and mosquitoes. I will say to
tbe public that I nrn making a specialty
of green wiro cloth this season and will
duplicato Chicago and St. Louis
price?. I also keep constantly on
hand a largo varietyof Bird
Cages, Mois Baskets, Flour Stands
Toilot Sets, Bath Tubs, nr.d a gen
oral ttock of .Tapanod, plain and stamp
pod tinwaro, Bofrigerators.Water Coolers
and Uooch's IXL Ico Cream Freezers
Alio tho Odoll improvod Step Ladder,
which will bo sold at bottom figures.
O. W. Henderson, 190 Cornmorclal nv
onuo, Cairo, mi, 77 4-24-lm
MlLLINKliY. Mrs. ltogarth & Co. do
siro to call tho attention of tbo ludios of
Cairo and vicinity to their display of mil
Unary and fancy goods. Having tocurod
the services of ono of tho best trimmers
in tho West, thoy fool confldont that thoy
can suit tho most exacting taste. Dross
making dono In tho latest styles on short
notice. Pricoi reasonable. A call is ro
spoctlully solicited, No. Ill Comrnercla
avenuo, eno door south of tho iiopulur
dry goods storo of J, Burger. 74-4. 21-u
Tiik barbor etiop is on kuo cornor ot
Eighth streot nnd Commercial avonuo
wboro J. Georgo Stionhouso with his gen
tlomaniy assistants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, readv to soothe
your footings with a smooth shavo, or cool
your tomper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-clare shop, nnd you aro
suro of receiving urst-class treatment.
Ladlos' and chlldron's hair cut or curled
aftor tho rooBl approved stylos. 8-15-tf
"WARM, WA11MEH, WARMEST.
In this weather, whon tho inorcury in
the thermometer hni nscnndod in a bal
loon and nothing short of h Florida cos
tumo is endurable, It is not wondered at
that poopio lire pickod up in spots. Keep
cool is' our advice. Wear light clothes.
In those times of a scarcity of tho "whero
with to do tho thing gontool," it Is a que!'
tion oi groat importance "tvuoro 1 can
buy tbo choapost." hi;ho answers at
Farnbakor's. Farnbaker, tho people's
favorite clothier, has just rcccivod tho
largest slock of summer clothing ovor
brought to Cairo. Linen suits, $3 CO
Coats SI. Unuorwoar in great variety.
ivoup your noau cooi auovo ail tilings,
Panama hats at Furnluker's $1 50 a
Piano For Sale. First-jlais seven
and a quarter octavo piuno cheap for cabh,
or can bo traded for, part cash and bal
ance In dross goods; or open to any other
trade, by addressing XXX,
-njiij Post-olllee, Cair"
Tkh tiodntls orbroWn sucnr for SI i
pounds best coffeo sucar nt SI. .11 notmdt
a ' i
of choice butler at Jl; baking powdor 45c
nor II;: Imnenal tea nt 11 1 nnutnm :in
cents per pick; 3j lh coffeo $l,nt Wiloix's
uiocir. 1U7 a.l-lm.
Second-hand clnthtnp. walelim. lowntrv
r - ' j -
piftols, Ac, bought nnd snld, Alto a la
uruisois carpet lurnlture, . K, for sale.
Oproslto Cairo and Vinconne railroad
depot. lKH-2-2"'tfl M. Covhk
FOR HALE. ' '
A new house conUintnir throo rrnr.
nnd sido porch, two good lot, cistern'
and slablo. Tho proporty is eUualod dn
Twonty-Urst street' Utwcon Walnut and
Ctdar streets. For further nartlruUr..
inqulro on tho promises. ' 31. 0-7.ini
Taken up by thu lubicrlbor, out of the
river at thn pdlnt on tho Illlnofs ahoro, a
black Indian pony, wl.lto spot in fore
head. Tho owner can Imvolt by )roving
property and payliiL' thargeii. Join Ctix,
73-C-17-.lt Kentucky Ferry Landing
ICE 0 P. E i"mPAkT4 0 1 !,
T. H. Ellis, at tho Arlington house,
horoby nnnniincet that ho has ipenod an
Ico CroAin parlor nt tho Arlington houttj
for tho accommodation of the puhMc.
Famlllus supplied. All order promptly
Attetlduil to. 7l-5.17.if
IKWsE FOR RENT.
Tho two story brick bouso corner ol
Twentieth and Poplar ftrootf. Is for rent
at a low price. Tho house it now, with
good storo room on first floor und dwell
ing up stairs. Enquire nt the Accommo
dation homo, No bH Ohio levee.
C5 6.13.fJt RE. White.
(. C. IWdnn, Director of Conservatory
of Music, and Teacher of Voeal, Organ
and Piano Muslo. Instruction given In
all stringed and wind Instrument!. Ele
mentary principles, thorough bass, bar
mony and countor point. Unprecedented
Inducements offered. Those wishing to
socuro hit servlcos will ploao apply at
the Conservatory or Music corner of
Twolfth street and Washington avonuo.
PianoH tuned and repaired,
R. s'mytu A- Co. -Offer for salo 50,000
old cigars, whioh thoy will sell cheap and
guarantee to be good tobsoco anil smoke
well. Wholesale from 15 to fSO per
1,000; retail, two to Ave cents oarh. Ono
thousand pounds fine smoking tobatco in
ono and uno and a half pound packages.
They alio havo lo burrols itood vinegar;
platform counter Hcalee, and ono patent
coul oil can, which thoy will sell at a bar
gain. V " . 1-6.1-tf
Why Miss Anna, where didyou get
that nice hal? At Mrs. liultz' Mil
linery store, cornor of Washington av
enue nnd Eleventh stroet. She has the
latest faiblons, und the nieett and cheap
est hats that uver cumo to Cairo.
Health a.nb Purk v. atkii. Persons
wauling ciaterna rupairod or now one
built can bo nccornmodatol in a satisfac
tory manner bv caliim? on tbo under.
signed on Cross stroet, or by nddroising
box lii 9, r. O., or by loavinir word at oltv
clork's olllco. J. S. Hawkins.
.V.oTJNii City Accommodation Train
The Motind City accommodation train
on the Cairo and Vinoonnes railroad will
commencu rtinninc auain on Wodnes.
day, 20th inst., leaving Cairo 1110 a. m.
and Xt.Va p. rn. Leaving Mound City
12:35 p. m. and 0.10 p. in. Trains will
leave from the station, corner of Seventh
street and Commercial avenue.
tSyi'or tho accommodation ot nor-
sons desirini: to attend tho Toxas ittn
fair, tho Cairo, Arkansas and Texa-. rail
road havo placed round trln tlcketj on
saio at tneir ollico In this c tv at 1.19 90
No tickets will be sold at this prico aftor
tho 18th Inst. 57 5-15-3t
For Stovks, TInwaro.toilotwarc. steam
cooking vessols, broilers, bird cages, Ian-
erns, gato springs, gate hinge", table and
picket cutlery, flutini; Irons. Also for
roofing, gutters and snoutinL'. lo to A
Hulloy's, J08 Washington avenue, near
iontii stroo:. to l-U-lm.
Tub Monitor. For tbo Monitor, tho
host coul Cook Stovo over .mado or tbo
Fashion, the champion wood Cook of thn
West, go to A. Halloy's, 108 Washington
venuo, noar Tiintli street.
C'i 1 . 1 7. m
Mii.LiNF.nv. Mrs. Jackson, formerly
Mrs. Swander, t now on hand with the
Choapost stock of Mllllliorv In Cairo
Sbo has loworod her house oven with tho
lidewalk to give tho ladlos an can- en
trance and has lowored her prico to glvo
thom all n chance to buy a beautiful spring
hut or bonnot and anything olio in her
lino that thoy may want. Her storo Is
now ono of tho moat attructivo, ns it has
long boon ono of tho cheapest places In
town to ouy. t,'ull and suo bor and be con
vlncod. 18 C.ii.lw
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Cairo, May 10, 1871.
Notici:. Tho ilrmof D. Hurtman k
Co. bas boon dissolved this day by mutual
Auouvr W. Ostkrloh.
S. A. Silver,
R. H. Cunningham. S3 20-tf
Cairo, May 10, 1871.
I havo this day sold out all my intorest
in tho firm of D. Hartmun .t Co , to I).
Hartman, and nil dobts duo the firm will
bo settled by I). Hartuiuu.
August W. Oster oh.
R. II. Cunningham. 8T.o.20-tf
The p.iitner.hlp heretofore; exMlug be
wen tho undersigned, under tbe llrm
ir.uKifA 'r in,, I l 'i' y-iiwui. dt ii.
loon biii!liiefc, Is tbl dav dli-olvedby nilltiial
consent. Thu bu.lness will bo ((iiiIIiiikmI by
a. T .annuo, who will pay all ilebu owing
by and collect nil debts due tho Ijruir
AN'ION'IO T. .AKo.VP.
JoMKl'll 'I'. .W INK.
t uno, III-., May hi, IH71. 1:1 ,i ;:-iot
ORDINANCE NO. 77,
An otdlnanie rcqu'lMtig Ihou y c
trolier lo attend tax ilijt:
lie It ordalne 1 bv the. ' Ily conn. I nf .
city of Culm:
H:0. I. That II I. infill! (he dill x nf
i lty e tnplrolinr, nm' hf Is heicli atlll
ieu ami eiiipiiwcreil lit allenil n c.iles
dollnqtienl taxe,or liwiiliiMe-mi n',)
bid, in huhitir of the ellv, upon all lot,
!. or trrfct of land, upoir'nlileli lb
shell lie duo tho elly any ux urspeclsl
.efiineiu. I'rm-iiieii. iiinvnr. iiini
eoii(pirQllerhstl not bid on any lot, in
or pared ol hind, unle mere shall In
oiiiit pany oiuiiing Hie run ntiioiini Hue n
cii lor i.ix or kh. mi ftm-meiit.
kpprocd l:i l 1.171.
.Ioiin Wooii. flavor.
Aticxt: Will, a il..aiM
i ity Ch
4tii ui i Humid inn iiiMitir i.innr
.. n..ll. I ... - . . . .1 .
iv ii'vum' iieciiai-t, ii quisling uatice not.
and otlur bjurpnues
Hell iinl.diied li the e(H cofll ,1 Of I
city ol CmIio:
m:cj. t. It rhnll not tie lawroi fur mix p
on or pci'on to lint ', nilln- nd pc.i
nV ilnnni. I ... 1 1 ...I - . ,
.....n., i.i.i, , ,iui,.r niiiii-eim 11 1 in i
her oi their premi-w, or plaeu net ii led
i nn. nvr nr iiiein, or iiuuer in, in r -ir tit
men or " rori, tvho have tlif- n ilil:iti:,n
belli-, leu d utmii.iti. ti. r,....,i,.i.f ., .11
mi. i-urii iiiiri-, nun, luiie'e, or oiner 1.11111
ineiit, Any peixin tlolntlnir the lurot I 1
Ol tbls fttfilnn shall, nil .oiivici, ,1 lit.
Il.l l.l.a tl .1 1 .
..v. .u-i toil,, kii.-,ri r-iivi' it'll i.ir.i lull
more than one lniiioied dllcr. ir.r 1 ncli a
. Utr.'i. It dmll not be h: fJ(r a
Keeper or n eriH'cry or mion nr . ri win
llliill". rdrlliintln. nr feriini,li.il immtn
? dd, t) iiennli lewd women. oriicrntn w
lilive the rcjiiilntton of lf Iiik It w I wmni
t freiieji dl. Iirr, or then , .it 1
rmi'ii ifiivir. miiipr. or iHrmir 11 . 1 n
11M.1 'f.,i. 1 lllllll-.-Hinjfc in nr Hl'll . 1. .
I.... 11. H.I1..I..I.... ... t. . ... 1 .
ur iin'ir L-oiuroi, unil irt t0ll 1' al I 1 n
mi., .iumivi. .in. iir-iu in 'i . .1
inir.wiu rrjiiuaiiiiii i) im imk lew. I w men,
attend, or frwiuent mcli dain e. lian un,' j
anill'i tut-tit . Any neimn tlolui 1, - an . 1 1
l-loli of tint etViii, iliall on roliMi't ;j:i I
ti.lA.1 tAlf 1.... ll.... ... ....... . .
.iui... iiu. i.-r-i miiii,iiii li , ..(i
1101 exreeiiing one nuiidrrd dollar . lor (
ami every otleiiw.
SKC. 3. It pImII not b lawful f..,
(error -aluim where mim. n-iiirt sf.i '
liquor- are aohl. lo mfli r or perin.l 1
Wlio are Idle, withoui i-umkn m; 1. .
tvltbout vi-lli ini.-aii- to muitiiin linn. ;lu
orany m r.-ien orpemont wl, lb 1
litaltoiiot Im-Irs; Ifainlilt-rii, or iu'k.j k
or burglar", or tbluvec, or erioii in i
riiiiiolgaiiuiitf liiipleiii-nlK. or other U: 1 .
b tthleh woiiM may lie lort or w , 1 r I 1
Blur's twl. or in-liuinentsor 1. i ; t
PICK ioi-fc, or poek'ett. to lreii t , dcru
gri-gMti-In and alxitit hi- preini-ir rnl
any perum to lo ilruuixl, or Kn pnyd
or otlirr mlxtiirtv In or uimnl hu prei..
rUrh n air un-d for diuirlns; ieisou, i
person MiIatiiir the pronl.loui if ' .Itt..
Hon. -hall on eotivletuin MioJI l 11 '1
Ii - llmi trtllt.llti .lollMru iiii.l t.'i u li
man one iiuiiaivii dollars ivr ra j .. . I ct
t ry oiiense.
ai:f. 4. Any kaeper l o t-ro. ry .
louii, Mliokliull permit any tratfiiii. e 1 .
or Mnu of talne In kiel itlxnit bm 11.;,
or shall Mitfer any ertme or mlsd t i r. 1 ' 1
be commtlfd at or alxiut Id- pu . r rr
ulio tball hat lilli-l -rtior. t a 1
three or llili orillrmiue In un 1 wi
eier, -hall rorlelt h II. , u- toi-i t, . .
on-, -iriiiiiu- or fi niitri.n-il
wheneier lie mayoi ot llmci! n: d
of the violation ol trili -.-trWH 01 ..! jr.
ion 1 of in tloo two ainl Ibrei f
nin e by any lleened rmtir or - i.u :i 1.
it. he -ball n-vki hl m-'-me an
not lee 111 w rit 1 in.- to Hip ku r f ' r
eery or saloon or to the jiwht - ( 1 in
ilirso thereef, of nuh rovoeat u f
lkeli-e; sihI thn mayor -hall rt-j;.,r' Ii 1 t
bih) do'lic? In th- prmniMM to the c v
ell at their llr-t iimeliiiv. tOKellin' ,-"i f
eati-e for -neh riKiiiiiin: and it a t. - y
ofthe rotno-lliiH? n preiiu-t .hall -'ir 1 t
mayor, --ueh rteen irliall niid tct V 1 1 r
oer; but If a majority lull tu 11 1
mayor, the party msy continue Idi t j .11 1
under tho lliwnm.
-!:. U. Any ler-oii at prrt - it.
HceiiM- bai Im oii ruked by the r. r
et forth in M-rtton four of Un- i...
and who shall eontliioe to -ell mit.'i . nc .
tiplritiioii- or I'Tineniitl liiiiium w
i.u..ii i.-M-aUuii of tho lle.ii- t
enleton. b fined not lei- than rr: I
tired dollar, and not exeedln I :.-
dred dullao for each and even -ii -
n pcraon whie llr n- lia-'hecn ri - :. 1
an i the anion of the mayor mi-'.. ..: 1
thi eoimrll, .hull not be cratite.i i'!icr
lllill-e tO -ell Vllllll., plrllU-.l.l I.
lneuieil ll'iuor. fnr'.wo year lr-iu ' da'
ol men rr vocation.
-t:i.ti. It Minll nol be. lawful . ( r
on or l rwitu to m-II or giro aw 1
ling, malt, vlimo-or ftnnent. ! 1
.my mbior, lu-aite, Idiotic or t -1 1 I
.011, nor to uni. luliitiial drnnk.. t -.
per-on iiitiixieated. And any 1 i
tlliL' this .eel Ion kl.utl I'oilVIt mm 1 v t 1 'In
t Ity of Calm not U Umi liltaen an
not exeeedlntf one hundred dollar-' f 1
and eer otlene
ApprOriHl May IMh. 174.
John Wixhi. Ma rT
Atieit: Will. K. 11 hi
c ty I leu,
It EM. YJSTX 1 K Atir.XLV.
John (. Ilarirun. I -
J. Q. HARM AN & CO.
notaiuks im bmcb
And I -nn. I AifeutK ol the lilinoi- ( ntr.il anil
Jtiirlington and Mloui'i It. It ( i.
North ('or. Sixth and Uliio Ltico,
C. WINSTON &, CO.
Ileal Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Li:vni:, (.Second Fl. i.r
lluy ami Sell RRAL 14STATIJ, I'm I .
Ftii ul-hos Abitniiti of Tub .
IT IS 1TOT TITJ'Kl
III! IN KTII.I. I.IVI.1U A.VI) IN CM I It
Ills olllco and dispensary at
-N'O. SJJIflHTII STltKHT,
Hot. Commercial and Wnsmngton avenues
It l tnte, the doctor Is ono of the oldest
physician of tho place, and his diploma,
that haus lu his olllco. shows that lm mu
been .'12 years In tho profession. Ho Is doing
a larucr olllco nruutleo than imv other nhv.
slclan, treating all l.ludsol chronic: dlsuai.es
oi mo iminan system, sucu ns oni uiccrs, ami
all discuses of the skin, humors und blood
noUnns: til-o dlt-cusei, of tho throat; nUn
all diseases ol tho oyos of vnnrs staudlng;
also ortlllelal eyes intertoil; fistula cureil
without tbo line ol a unllo ; cancers cured
by tho application of medicines: iilmiileson -
tho face removed; all urinary dUeves
euro. I ; nil forms of venereal and lrl
dlscaiesjuurcd in the shortest time ; hl...h
weuknciis und self-abuso cured In a nor
It Is sclf-oUdcnt that u physician If eating
oases for twonty.two years ueauiros r'ttiat
skill. , , .
All consultations contidciitlcal, In poison
or by loltoa.
fl.'i3tf.l lU. !)AII1 Ul'hTA