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IIUIRTIAN ClltlllCII Klffhtetnth ttratt
between Washltwton and Walnut.
Trenching ever? third nd fourth Sunday .
tiuhday school at 8 p. tn.
l'ravnr inoetine Wednesday avenlnir.
, i ji uiiKiMiibi:, rasior.
UKflUYTIHIAN Klihth HtraaL
l'roaelilt, Habbath at 101 a,m. and 7i pan
fraver meeting, Wednesday at 71 P. m.
Jabbath School, S p.m. J. M. Lanadon, 8U
perlntendont. Kv. Ii. Tim ybk, Pastor
KTHOUI8T. uor. Kiintn ana walnut at.
rre&onini;, naooaui at u a.nv, ana i p. m
I'rarer mooting, Wednesday. 74 p.m.
Habbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. bUllwell,
UUUilUbUUUVUfc. V i. ... ii ... j aw ,
IIUIIUU OK TUK UKDKKMEItfKpUoO-
tornlng prayers. Sabbath lOf, a.m.
Kvenliuj prayers. 74 p.m.
taubith School, 0 a.m.
Ubv. Cuah. A. UiMiKiir. Hector.
T. I'ATKICK'8 OUUUCU Ninth 8U and
I'ubllo servlue, Habbath 8J0 and 101 a.m.
Vrspert, 7 p.m.
riabbath School, 2 p.m.
service every day, 8 a.m.
Ukv. l'.-J. O'iUixora.4. 11-tast.
T. JOSKFIFB CUUKOU. Oerroan,) cor
tier of Walnut and Croat stroets.
Mil's, ovory Habbath at 10 o'clock a. B,
VMer. 'i p. m.
Mam during wook daya, 8 o'clock a. m.
Hbv. C. llovrMAN. Priest.
KHUAN LUTUKItAN C11UHC11 13 th
slroot between Washington Avenuo and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School atlo'nlonk n. m.
ltXV. C. DUCHSCIINBK. 1'astor.
lOUNU HKN'B UillUHTIAH AHHOUIA-
TION. llegular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over liockwell
A o's book ators, Oommerclal avenue.
Weekly l'rayor meeting, v-rlday, 71 p.m. at
i. w. stillwkll, president.
(KCOND MISSIONARY 11A1TIST
CUUHCU. Corner syeamore anu rony
t) rat streets. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. ra.
Humlay School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church Ii connected with the lUlnoli
Association, by the First Missionary Hap
tint Church ot Cairo.
Kkv. Solomon Lsonahd, Faster.
.KK1CAN MKTIIODIST.-Fouruenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 11 p.m.
ClaM moots at 'i p.m.
KCOND KUKK WILL BAPTIST- Flf-
leenlh Street., botween Walnut and Cedar.
Servluei Sabbath, 11 and 8 p. m.
HBV. N. HICES, Paitor.
HKE WILL BAPTIST UOMK MISSION
SAUUATU SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Habbath School. 0 a.m.
MUST FHKK WILL 11 ARTIST CHURCH
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 8 p.m. 4 71 p. m.
j, Ukv. Wm. Kbixbt, Pastor.
I1UST MISSIONARY 11A1TIST CHURCH.
. Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth SU.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Prtacbtnir, Friday evening.
Habbath School, 11 p.m. John Yanuaxter
and Mary Stephens, Superintendents.
furv. T. J. SuoKBi, Pastor.
KCOND BAPTIST CHUKCU-Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist church recognized by the Al
locution.: Servicei, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 8 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Urv. Jacob Ukadlbt. Elder.
,'AIKO COMMAND KUY, No. 13.-8tated
Assembly at the Asylum Masonic Ilall, flrst
and third Mondayi In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 'U. llegular Convo
cation atMaaonlc Ilall, tho second Friday
in eich month.
JAMO CHAPTER No. 71. Kegular Con
vocation at Masonic Ilall, on the third
Tuesday ot every month,
;aiho lodge, we. n f.a a. m. Begu-
lar Communlcatiomi at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, ZM MeeU In Odd
Fellows' liall, In Arter'e building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John L. Bcverldge.
Secretary of Bute George II. Ilarlovf.
Auditor of SUte C. E. Llpplneolt.
dtate Treasurer Casper llnU.
Attorney General James K. Ldsall.
3upt. Public Instruction Newton Bate in an
Senators Itlchard J. Oglesby and John A.
Representative Eighteenth District Isaoc
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Representatives In tho oOth dlsttict.'
,ohn II. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
w J. Inacore.
Senator for tho K)th district Jesse Ware.
Judge D. J. Baker, or Alexander.
State's Attorney Patrick 11. Pope.
Clerk R. 8. Yocum.
Sboriff Ar ii. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Aaseuor and Treasurer.
Surveyor John P. Hely.
Judge- F. Broea. . t
Associate J. E. McCrlte and S. Marchil
on. r, r "
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Uonaman,
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer R. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. II. Fallla.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Attorney 11. Wabton Webb.
Police Magtitrates F. Broas and J. J.
SjaUrahal and Chief of Police Wm.McIlale.
Street CommUnIonor D. J. Galligan.
Members Pollco Force A. Cain eargent,
5V. W. Wooten, Phillip Uelm.Chas. Meaner
and Henry T. Martin.
no ART) OF ALDBRMBN.
Klrit ward-Iliram Blxby and J. M.
Second ward Herman Meyers and Wood
Third ward John McEwen and F. lCors-
ourth ward C
F. NeUU and M. J.
HcQau ey, . ,
Fifth ward Jno. n. Robinson and Wm.
HOOK II I M Kit.
CAIRO CITY BINDEHY,
Comer Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Lata or St. Louis,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
HLANK BOOKS or every descrlntlon done
with neatness and tHfpatch. All kinds ot
ruling dono at short noMae, Illbles, ;Muslc,
Hagazlnoa and Porlodiwl bound neat and
tthlnwnt Tioaslble rates.
County work, such as Rocords, Dooket
ee Rooks, lllanks, etc. maue a specialty.
Doxes, Pocket liooka,Knvelpi, etc., pmde.
Mai i ilpn
Corner Slide "Bt
Thi mott Htntnetud RctHalitt at tht Am. in tk
treotmtnCof PRIVATE, CltliONia and Ultl-
XAJ!Y DISEASES, SKSIIXAL WKAKXE83,
Tt. rmlt ft swlr luiXfMlit r tiar mum, oiui
xravocsMBS.rnirLES ox tuk vack, avission'
POCIITT. HrAlMD BIOUT, LOSS OV MXMOEV yn
MAMIOOD rK- "CNTI.T PjrtlD. TB CBtAU Or
UttllCAI. MTXSiTVRE. Illa.lr.ud vltk chuU MirstlafS
to tuirrurfc Ta.ir naiurt, eauo ant sun. Mm M msU,
wallaaclUamM caiffeM. LallM rilrl.i auukwl .14,
lucdU.I alUntisM or advlc vur eU or ad4rt i tut incur,
Inf.lld. irvldhl ltb prlvtl sptrluraU, Ut4, tUal
fubllMtlna Oflie. Bsillatla BalleUag
FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1874.
TWO LOVERS. '
Two lovers by the moivgrown spring :
They leaned solt checks together there,
Mtugl. d tho dark and sunny hair,
And heard the wooing thrushes li,
O budding time 1
O love's blest prime!
Tuo wedded from the portal Mvpt ;
Tue belly uindo lmppy carrollngs,
' The n'fr was soft an taliiilng wings,
White petals on tho pathway slept!
O pure-eyed bride 1
U tender pride !
Two faces o'ern cr.vllo bent :
Two handi above- the head were locked -,
Thcie prcted eaeh other whllo they
Those watched a life that love h id H-nt.
O solemn hour!
O hidden power!
Two parent by tho ovenlng Ure :
Tho red light fell about their kneet
On heads that rose by slow degrret
Like buds upon the lliy-n!rc-O
patient life !
U tender strife !
The two still sat togcthor there,
The red light shown ubnut their knee--,
Rut nil the head by slow degreo
Had gone and left that lonely pslr.
O voyage fal!
O uuNicd pa!
The red light shown upon the floor
And nude tin- space between them wide ;
They drew their chair up side by side,
Their pale cheeks joined, and said, "Once
O memories !
O pat that I-!
EJHome Interesting remlnlseencDt of a fa
mous family have been unearthed n
Paris, of which a eorrespondout of tl e
Pall Mall -Cazottu' writes as follows :
An interesting sate of autographs Lai
just taken place here. One of the mist
curious letters disposed of was writtou by
Mine. De (Jarnptu in the yoar VII of the
Republic, to Joseph lionaparto. It con
tained such extraordinary passages as
this: "TUe ciUyennn Leclerc entered my
house six montns ago, and has made at
.tonithlng progress; she can now road and
write." The lady in question
was Napoleon's titter . Pauline,
'who first married Gen, Leclorc,
who perished in St. Domingo, and who
was afterward better known at the lovely
and rather dissolute Princess Uorgbete.
Jt it strange to loarn that the tittor of the
first captain of the ago was, perhaps, un
able to sign her marriage contract. An
other Ilonapartlst letter wat qulto at well
worthy of notice at the abovo, being ad
dressed by Lucien Bonaparte, to bit uncle
Cardinal Fetch. The language la not
such at ahould havobeen used by a nephew
to a prince of the church. The cardinal,
molt likoly prompted by Napoleon, had
advised Lucien, who always exhibited an
amount of indepondonce, to put away hit
wife, and Lucien replied : "I have been
outraged by you once moro In a manner
of which I hardly conslderei you
capable, and I have antwernd
mamma in details, being willing to sutler
anything from bar. At for you, ceate
this want of respect. Be consistent and
have tome noble feelings, at least have
tbo good tense not to assimilate me to
Jerome (father of the prosunt Prince
Napoleon), and spare yourself the shame
of your useless and cowardly advice; in a
word, leave off writing to me until re
ligion and honor, which you tread under
fjot, have dissipated your blindness; and
if you are destined to remain such at you
appear in your latter, at least hide the
basenoss of your tentimentt under tho
purple, and make your way In alienee
along the ro.d of ambition. Theio are
my last counsels; they aro worth more
than yours, and I with you enough honor
and Judgment to profit by them.
FASTEST STEAMER IN THE
Such is tho title claimed by her
builder?, in England, for a boat thoy
have just built to the order ol tho uov
eminent of India for eorviec in the
Orissa canals. Tho dimensions of this
extraordinary littlo vessel are: Length,
87 feet; beam 12 feet; draught ol wa
ter, .'J feot 9 inches. Tho speed con
tracted for was twenty statute miles per
hour. The hull, tho working parts of
tho onginos.nnd tho propeller (1 horny-
roll's patont) aro ot isesseuicr steoi.
and tho wood-work of teak. Tho offi
cial trial of the boat was ruado on the
Ith ult., utidcr tho inspection of Col,
aig, 11. K. chief engineer of the' Ben-
ynl Irrigation Works, and tho results
were; With tido,25.08 miles per hour;
against tide, 24,15 miles per hour, giv
ing a mean speed of .m.ui nines per
hour. In another official trial it was
Bhown that tho boat could keep up a
snccd ot 22 miles per hour without
. a ml 1
losini; stoam. xneso specus arc exira
ordinary enough in themselves, but
when it is considered that thoy aro at
tained bv a boat only 87 feet long they
bcooino absolutely wonderful, nnd fur
boyond anything over beforo accom
Robb. Wood & Oo
118(1 UIDGE AVKNUE
Fountains, Ynsr h, Anlmaln. Iron Slulrs,
Lamp Posts, Stnhlo Fittings,
iy 11 II U II VI KB.
OAST, WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
KV and IMROVKPDCHAllt fortheatvei.
concert and Lecture Malls,
And a General Anortmont of On) a
tnontal Iron Work.
Kttlmaloa and designs tontou spplleatlon
staling tun class oi woric uenreu.
VILIslAM . siMlTII, M. P.
RK81DKHCK o, 21, Thirteenth street,
between Washington uvunuo and Walnut
tr cot. OUlco lio commercial avenue, up
HIVE SYRUP AND T0LU
Dr. Cox's Illve (Croup) Syrup tins been
known and used by the medical profcsrlon
over 100 years, and ns a remody for Cold
and Coughs has an older nnd better rep. na
tion than any other Cough medlclno ever
offered to Iho public. It Is known as tho
Compound Syrup ot Squills, and n formula
may tin Inund In every uicdlcaiuipenntory.
Ir. Ransom's Hlvo Syrup and Tohi, lu ad
dltlon to the Ingredients for Cox's Hlvo
Syrup, contains Balsam of l'ulu, decoction
ot Skunk Cabbage Root nnd Lobelia, a com
bination that must commend it to ovcry one
as a superior remedy lor Croup, Whooping
Cough. Asthma, Ifronchltls, Couiths and
Colds. Indeed lor all ntfectlnnooi tlio ri.ro. i
and Lungs when a cough medlclno Is
This Syiup Is carefully prepared under
the personal direction ot n regular Physi
cian of over twenty vcars' practice, whoi-o
signature isnttnchcd to thu directions on
Its i taste Is very plcasanC.aiid children
Evory family should keep It ns a ready
remedy for Croups and Colds, etc., among
D. Hakmom, Son A Co., Propr'a, llutTalo,
DR. J. Ii. MILLER'S
This medlclno may with prorrlcty be
ca'lcd nn Universal Remedy," as It Is fait
Buporsodlng all others ns n cencral tamllv
medlclno. It cures, as If by MAGNETIC
I.NFI.UK.NCK, Neuralgia and nil p.iln. ami Is
therclorc very properly termed "Magnetic
Halm." It Is purely a vegetable preparation.
It has no etjlial as a remedy for Cholera,
Cholera Morlii, l)iarrhies,Oysentary,Collc
anil all llowel Complaints.
Its timely imo will cum Cold, Croup,
Diphtheria, (Julnsy, and all Throat nllec
tlons. When properly used, Fever and Ague.nnd
other complaints Incident to our wrtern
and southern clltnatf s,nre easily broken up.
Ncrvou I'oln, Mek-Hcadnche, and Rheu
matism aro cured by this medicine when all
Others htivu flitted. 'IVinthnnhp. t!nmitin.
j llurns, Chilblain and llrulsci aro relieved
Tho genuine liai I). Ransom fc Co.' prl
vae Revenue Stamp on the outside, and I)r.
J. R. Miller's Magnetic liulm blown in the
Examine closely uid buy none but the
Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 cents per
D. Ransom, Sox .tCo., ProprV, llutralo,
N. V. Jan. ftj-w-fit.
OiicoiisNnrr, (jliinn, ilnswurp, Itock
t'lihum nnd Yellow Wnrc, Stonevtnro,
China Ornaments and Toys, Fancy
Hood, I'lntidwnre, Tnbli- nnd
Pocket Cutlery, I,nuip, Laiip
Chimneys, Lamp Trimmings,
LOOklllf filll.sSl'.s, etc.
In fact every k nd of goods belonging to a
For tho ncM sixty days I will offer the
above go d At and below coct, for cash only.
The gooils mist be sold to cloe the concern.
CUe buvits are e-peelally Invited, cither to
ci.mo and see for tbcmchcn or send Ihclr
Olders, le either cut-1 guarantee -atlsfaetion
J. T. THOMAS.
Assignee ofParoii, DaIi A- cc.
ubo, 111., April 15, IsTt.
INE MILLINERY GOODS
f'UIMI NI'JtIKU OOODN
MHS, M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mm. 3ws,ndor,)
announces tbatsho has just, opened a l.trg
assortment of the
MOST FASHION ABLK,
Millinery Goods to be ruiim! in tbo market
She v1ll keep on hand
Hat, Hon.vkth, Flowkks, Kiiuiom?,
Ury.su thimminos of all Kinds,
Ladiks FunMsuiNo Goods, Notions.
Coll a ns, Unokrblkevks, Ruvks,
Ami nil coods found In mllllnerr stores, all
ol which will bo disposed of at the lowest
cam prices, .urs. .lacKson respectfully
ksa continuation of tbo pataonago which
i is been so libelallr bestsowed unun her bv
the ladies ot Cain and tho vicinity.
1)U. (. II. Dount.AH, being determined to
sxi'i'll In every Dentul operation, hai re
nted mid refurnished his Dental Parlors, No.
I.lghth street, and Is now receiving from
8. White A; .Inhlisoi). of Philadelphia,
leilll-weoVly, tho lafifet and llnu.t aknil
ment of Dental flood ever otVereil In thl
city, nnd ai good ns can be found In the
Mado nrpeelallty.unt any of tlio son, mii-era-hie,
imngy work that dropn out. leaving
teeth cut, filed, decolored, and often de
stroyed. Perfect Golden Gems nut In ns solid and
durable us the smelted metal iuclf.
i given to tho treatment ol
hllilren's Teeth. Parents bv havlmr their
Chllren's Teeth examined oceusionallv.
would savo them much Mltleriliv uud de
formity in after years.
Dr. Douglas also gives Particular iiltcntlim
to Mechanical Dentistry, havlngseeiired tho
rlf'ht to use DR. HYATT'S PATKNT GOId)
am uuihii;r comuination platk,
which has been thoroughly tested uud sip-
pmveii ii- uio uesi iienu.Ms in inti i;an, ami
beyond u doubt, tho best and lirmost artlll
cial platciuiw In use,
Teeth extracted without lialu nv the ukn
of Nitrous OxIdoGas, which Is perfectly safo
wiiere jiiuiciuumv uiiuiuiisicreii,
UU-tf O. E. Douglas.
GOFFER, HAR1USON & CO.,
(Successors to D. llurd &,Bon,)
VMUH,aBAIN ANU II AT,
Mo (13 Ohio Leveo, UAIHO, II-J.H,
A NEW IMPROVED
Tho ,Modal for Progress."
At Vlpnii.i,' 1S73.
The Highest Order of "Medal Awarded
nl tho K.vpjUllon,
no mma mvnm rkceived a
A FKW (JOOH UKASONS:
1. A New Invention thoroughly tested
and sseurcd by Letters Patent.
'1. JIakens i'i:m i:cT Lock Htilch, alike
on both sides, on all klndof kooiI',
!l, Runs Light, (iiiiiolh, Noleli', and
Rapid het romblna'lon ol (pialltlcs.
I. Durable Runs tor years without re
pairs. fi. Will do all arlticsof Work and Fancy
(jtltehing In n htiprnnr inalinrr.
ii Is most eaUly managed by the open
tor Length of aMich liny be altered whllo
nitmlm,nnil maehlnc can hotbreailed with
out passing thread through imlep,
7' De-lgn Hlmjile, Ingenious, Hlcgant,
forming the slltch without the Use of Go's
Wheel Hears, Rotary Cams or Lever Ann.
Has the Automatic Diop Fred, which In
sures uniform length of stitch ntanyspeeed
Has our now Thread Controller, which fol
lows easy movement of needle-bar and
prevents injury to thread.
H. Construction most careful and tin
lined. It Is limnulae.lnre'l 1'V tho mot skll'
ful an I experienced machanlcs, lit the cth'
hrated ItKMINdlil.V AllMOHV, ll.ION, ii. .
Chicago Otllee, 1W5 tato i-trcct.
"Vulcan Ikon Work
COMM KHCIAL AVKNUE,
JOHN T. ItENNIE, IV i
FOROKS AVI Fir-K FlTTINO,
htka pi E.vti i v rs, .ti i i.i., nti:a m ho at
ilanuiacturcil ana repaired.
.Special attention glcn to light and lieavj
forKing, hoii'c.lirldKc, railroad and jail worJ,
and all work of a lmllar character.
Steam and gas tittlng In all 1U branches.
A full as-ortmcntot MorrN, Tusker t Cd'i
Philadelphia I'ipeand tlttlngs. l!ra-s goods
etc.. anil gas tixttires alwas on hand.
PIPING OF IIOUSK FOR GAM
1IADB A hl'KCIALTV.
Acent for Cameron s special steam putnr
and boiler feeder. Tho best manufactured.
Coil's patent syphon pumps, and .lud.-on'i
patent governor and governor valve,
Tho following engines, etc., for sale :
Two steamboat engine?, 184 mch boro of
cylinder, live feet stroke, and In good order.
One steamboat shall and crank; wrot Iron
One enu-lno for hoisting freight: 74X10.
Ono 10X20 saw mill engine, with shaft and
crank for muly or gang saw, second band.
Oae new 712 engine; my own manufac
Alio, a econd-lmnd Mavc cutting ma
chine and jointer, nnd varchouso hoisting
maehlnc, In good order.
Engines and machlncryofAll klndsbought
MISSOURI STATE LOTTEUY.
Liqalizxd iit Statk Autiiobity ahu
Duawn im VntiLio is 8t. Louis.
Grand Single Mumber Sohoaio
Class O, to ns Uiuwn March III, 1874
6,8eo Prizof, Amotinlingto $00,000.
1 PrlIo( ..tM),0OO 600 rrlissof lew
1 of IS.lW " of... 1,00(
1 of 10,000 S " ol 00
1 'i ot ,. T,WD 9 " Ol SOU
of . 6,000 V " of . MC
' ol J.6O0 S6 " of 300
M Of. 1,000 84 11 of 160
20 Of 600 ISO " of .. 100
so " of IV) sr.o " ot lo
Tlokott $10; Half TiotoU, Qunrtor
Tickots, $' 0.
Our loturles r oncrlertl bj the Butts, tr
always drawn at the lime D.med, and M draw
ines f under the super-lion of sworn com
'1 he ofliclal drawing will b iulllshcil in tlioi.
tu'u pajicrs and a copy of dran 4 lo puiiliAScrs
We will draw a similar icheirilic last day of every
month during lh year Is7l.
Itcmlt alour risk by poiloffio money order, regis
tered letter, draft r etprcit i-eud for cirmlar.
Addre. MI'KKAV, .'II.t.Klt A CO.,
l O. box!! I 111. St. Uult, Mo.
The Kreaidlscover' ot tbr
ii!,-e. 'ihoreisno pain which
tho Centum i.inlmcntwillnot
relieve, no sning which it
will not subduo.imi nolamo
ness which It wli. not euro
, t his Is strong Iangi,Ur0. but
ft U trim. It la nn li..K,i...
IHhAttOt tho rocipo Is printed a-ouml
ouch bottio, A circular containing ciTtld-
satoB of womleriui cures oi rlieiiiniitnni
nouralcla. lock-jaw, . siiralnH, swclllnes.
burns, scalds, caked.brtnsts, poisonous
jltcn, frozen feci, goui, saiiriicum.car-acno
,Vc, and tho recipe, ot tlio l.liumcut will tio
iont gratis to anyone. iiiMinomopt won
dorful healing nnd pain relieving agent the
world has ovcrpmi'nccu. It sells undo nr.
tlclo over before did sfcll, nnd it sells because
It doss lust what it pretends to do. Out) hot-
no oi tlio Gcniaur uiiiuuuui lr annuals
vol ow wruniier) s worm n hmi'iruil ilol
ars for si)nlnnd, strained nruallud hoisoi
and mules, and for si.rew-worm in sheep.
ino lamiiy or sxocK-unuoi ean anuru 10 no
without Centaur Llnlimuit. I'rlce, Ml edits:
aegr bottle', $1. Roso c Co., f:
liroauwny, now iuii.
UAHTOR1A is moro limn n sutietltuto lor
Castor Oil. It Is tho only hakiC arilclo In
oxlstcneo wiileli is suro 10 ret:tilatc tho bow'
els, euro windcollc nnd nrodiice natiitnl
sleep. It Uploa-anttotaku. Chililrenuood
not cry ami innmers may sleep, in-i wiy
Hoot and shoe maker, Twentieth slieet b
tween Washington aomiu and Poplar
etreot,is proparcu 10 make bouts aim times
In tlio latest ami must lashlimablo syles
Ho will maku them to nr,nr. l,l or now
ttyles to suit customers', out ot tlio hit .and
IVnotinfat utmilr lt ll'Miili l.n ..1......, Ii il n
trftml Minnlvnn luitiil irmn wi,i,,i, i, nw.kn
snlnetlnns. All tlttlliLf (il li.w.iu urnl slinos
mado by Mr, holers is none In his own shop
no foreign lilting brim; usod bv him.
Utvo him a oall, uud ho will glvo you uatls-ctlon.
Tho only roiiaoio Ultt Distribution In tho
To lo distributed in
L. D. SINE'S
IGlTII HKOULAK MONTHLY
To bo drawn Monday, June, Sth, lb71
TWO GRAND CAPITALS OF
$.1,000 lliicli In (ii ei'iihiickKj
Two Prizes $1,000 ench in Greenbacks I
Flvo Prlzot COO ouch in Greenbacks'
Ten Prizes 100 each in OrccnWkt '
1 Horse nnd Ungg), with MlUer-moiinted
haniees, worth iX). One Kliu-toned
Jio-ewoil Plaeo, worth i,V0!
Ten smllv Sewing Machines - . worth
8100 each! Flsu Gold Wnt.'hi s anil chains,
worth ;iuO each ! Five (iold Aii.eriean Hut
ting AVatehe. wnth I2. eaeli.
Tell l.adla' duld Hunting watches worth
100 each 1
:U0(iold ami Silver Lever Hunting Watches
1 ti nil,) wrrh from 20 to $.'!is) caeh !
Gold e-.alin, bllvcr-waro, Jewelry, Are., lie.
Nu.miikk of Gifts ,rsj. Tickkiu mm
ktku ro (JO.OCO.
AGKNTS WA.NTKD TO HKl.U TICKKTS
to uhom liberal premiums will bo paid.
S'lNULB TlCLBTfl i?l; six Tickrth $.1
Twklvk Tioxkts ?I0 Twk.mv.kivi:
Circulars containing n inn list ot prizes,
u description of tho manner of drawing, and
other information in refcrrenco to the dis
tribution, will bo sent to any ono ordering
them. All letters must be addressed to
MAIN opkick, L. D. SINK, llox fcO.
10.1 W. Filth St. CINCINNATI. O.
SAMUEL P. WHEELEH,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAM
Office over First National bank. Jf-IMm
John li.Mulkcy. Wlllam C. Mulkiy
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Otllcc: Klghth street, between Commol
;lal and Washington avenues.
UUEEN & OUiHKHT,
OOUNSELOHU AT LAW,
William U.Orwn, 1
WUIitm II. (fiber!, !
MUea r.aill,ort, j
SpcoiM etttntlon Riven lo Admlisllr tnd
mOB omOLXTB I, HOnvt- 7 AND fl ovB
l!.Tll, YHI KVV
As wo huvul'2 (iOOl) UKASOaS why
thoy will do your work,
QUICK AND EASY.
CHEAP AND CLEAN.
They nro cheap to buy,
Thoy nru best to ne,
Thoy bake evenly snd ijuick'y,
Their oporation Is porfott,
Thoy hnyo nlway s good draft,
They aro mado of thn bust nmlorial,
Thoy roast porlertly,
Tiny rnjuiro i utll tin fuel,
Thoy nru v, ry low priced,
Thev nr easily inanned,
Thoy i.rt fulled M all loenllllus,
Kvery slnvu guarNiitcd to glvo
Mil. Il MY
Excelsior Man'fg Co
v. ST. Mirm, ..
AND II V
(!. W. lir.NHLItSDN, Ciili n,
DOjN'T TRUST ANY MAN
Who says ho will pit) fUUI'ul'a e.i ol ('a
taii'h which hu lalU lo cure. Wolenlt's Cu
tuii li Aiiiillillalorli.is cured tliiiiiMind'. who
would have per I Hoi I wli'iout II, mid my
audit will leliliu Jim inoney to mi) pur
ehaser who tiles ajinllle uud Is nut I elietll-
led. Did on eeHll OI.( 1(1 I I'AI.N
I'AIN'I"!1 U.V Us
ii-4 limns inner blMrr: II
Mnn lleaduelie, 'Piiiai li mid Ntlll'ilgl.i
Wlllilll Ihu inliiillei, in-iiiiiiu I'l l 1 1 1 1 1 1 d.
(I, ( il M.IM IT II. HI. I'-lll .V l.iiellsll
IH njrelil II. I ol.ciil r 'Jilt -il-'J'-sw
Buy the World-Renowned
THE BEST In THE WORLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
Georgia State Fair ;
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
US'" For Hamming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or neaug Goods, it is
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station or
Needles for all Bowing
Machines for Sale.
Old Machines taken iir Exchange.
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Wilson Sewing Made Co.,
ATTUNTIO.N HAIS I)KA1HHS
SPINNING I'AI'ER STOCK l'l.
1 I I Clu'hliuit Street,
NT. I.OI1IN SMS.
l'AY Till: IlKilll.ST CASH I'ltlCCS,
7 cts. pnr lb for Soft Woolen.
II die. pur lb fur Wool Carpet.
1 II. I ets. por lb for Wool IllntikcU.
' 'J 1-1 et. por lb fur Old Cloth.
i A SPECIALITY.
SCHD STAMP FOR CmCULAIt
Prwspcclns for 1874 EYEwTmiak
An J"?'1.161! Monthly Journal, tinlvriiii
leal In tho World. AreprooenUttvn
and champion of American taitr .
Nat ron bAtz i.f Jook oh xws Stobw .
.ifJ!cAil,llnc wll,' '""oil with iU tho retr '
J Tnt& ".ono .f '.h0 ten'Poriwyjor.ttaSr
ly ntercst fharacterUtlo oi or-llnarysperi:
ol call, it Is an oloKantmiicollany oi put
IlKhtand LTacoful HMraturJ and afooW.
t on of t)loturc, tho rarest upeelmen of
list o Kklll, in black and whlto. Although
each eticcccdlnir liumhcr affords a fietti
plcmmro to Uk friends, tho real value and
beauty- of Tlio Aldlno vf III bo most appreci
ated iffcr It ha been bound tip at tho cloio
in nit:) car. iv niio omer publication may
claim Miiorlor c hcapness, an compared wltn
rlt'nU nf n tiltnltir .1... tl.n f.ll I.
liilo mid original concoptlon nlono and un
annrnaclied abnlutelv without rnniont'
In prlco or character. ;
ART DKl'AllTMKNT, 1674.
The Illustration 01 tho Aldlno tiavo vr
a world-wide reputation, and tn tho art ceo,
Ire of Kurnpo It h an admitted fstt that
Iti wood cuts aro examples of tho hlfcMt'
perfection ever nttjlncd. The commor
prejudice In favor)' "steel plates," la rap
idly yielding to a icducated and dl
criinlnatiiii; tatto which recognizes the ad
vantigcn tho advuntaKCH of superior artistic
iiuallty with creator facility of production.
Tlio quarterly tinted platen for 1874 will bo
by Thou. .Mo ran nnd J, 1). Woodward. .
Tho Chrhtmas luuo lor 1874 will contain
menial duKlun,tironrlato to tho reason,
by our bent artUw, nnd will Mirpaes tn at
tr.ict.oii9 any of (U predecessors.
hvorjr mii,n.riijcr to tlio Ahfino for th
ynnrlh, will receive pair of chromoa
I ho oriKlnal pictures wcro painted In oil fo
tlio publl.hcrs of tho Aldfne. by Thoma
Moran, whose great olorado pictures and
purchased by conjjrosa for ten thouand
dollars. 1 ho aiitiJccU wcro chosen to rep
tcciint ten thotinuid dollars. Tho subjects
wcro chosen to represent "I'ho Kaat" and
Mho cot." Oifc Is a view in tho Whlto
Mountains, Now Unmpshlro: tho other
iflvos tho Cllds of Oreon river, WyomlnR
territory. Tho chromos arc each worked
'.."". ,h'r,' '"""'lei plates, and are In alzo
lCJxli.l and appearance exact fuc-elmlles ol
Nwauk. N. J.. Sept. 25. 1873.
.Messrs .tames Milton .x Co. .
(1r.nti.kmkn I m delighted with tho
proors In color of your chromos. They aro
wondcrlully mutcsMu! representations by
mechanical priross of tho orllnalpalntfniM.
cry rrtpcclfully. Tiios. Mohan.
J'hcso chromos arc In every senso Ameri
can. Thoy nro by an orlnal American pro
cchh, with matorial ot American manufac
ture from doMgns or American tconcry by
an American painter, and presented to sub
scribers to tho llrst successful Amsricau
Art Journal. If no better Locnuse ot all
this, tlu-y will certainly possess on interest
no foreign production can inspire, and ncl
thcr aro they any tho worso if by reason nf
peculiar facilities of production thoy coit
tho publishers only a trille, whllo equal lu
ovcry respect toother chromos that aro sold
singly for doubla tho subscription price of
If any subscriber should Indlcato a pre.
rerencu for a llKiiro subject, the nablishers
will send 'Thoughts ot Home" n new uul
bcatirul chromn, 14x20 Inches, representing
u little Italian exile whoso speaking eyes
betray tho lomilnt's ol his heart.
5 por annum, In advnnco, with Oil Chro
For SSO cknts kxtra, the cfiromoj,
mounted, varnished, and prepaid by mail.
Tho Aldmo will, bereatler, be oltatnable
only by subscription. Thero will no'bc, rn
ducod or club rate; cah for uitbscrlpttoud
must bo funt to thu publisher direct, Or
handed to the local canvasser, without re
sponsibility to tho publishers, except oi
caset where thu certificate U ffivrn, buurua?
thu faclmllo signature ol. lames .Sutton .t (;
Any person wishing to net permanently
an a local canvasser will receive lull and
prompt Information by apjilylng to
Jamkh tiUTTO.N & Co., Pu'hllshora.
fif Mnldnn I.ano Nnw.Vnrk
All Clls IlleollsurilhllllllS Oil thafaeu nrbixlv
AN IMl'UKE CONDITION OF THE
It LOO I),
and this may, or limy not be Sciiorut; but
in eltliei' casu tho iIIicimi ii nut 1 1 ug more
than an l.Nsllilocs i-uimin that
Burns Liko a Terrible Eire,
as it course through fin vein', .sowing seeds
iil'de.illi with every puliation.
In this condition of things something Is
needed i ovi:, to ci.i:xi: Tlt'ii iii.on:
Scovil's Blood ami Liver
will poiltlwly ell'ect this ilosldei-atum. ex
Iiclllii' every traco ofdfsea.e from the blood
and -stcm, and leaving thu -Kin
SOFT, FA IK AND I1KAUTIFUL.
Iliiudrcds of ecrlllliatei at(et Its value.
I'lleu ii per bolt e,
J ( ) 1 1 N F. J f i; , K V, (. r 1 1 1 1 A X & CO . ,
t and t) College l'lace, Now York.
ALSO IMIOl'IMKTOIIS OF
Hull's llalsnni for tho Lungs, Carbolic
Salvo, Kdoy's Carhullc. Troches, Oxy
genatnd Uittors for Dispopsla, Dr.
Mott'a liiver l'ills, Dr.
Kogor's Vcgotablo 'Worni
Syr up, Dr. llonnotl's Sure Death
to KaU, MIco. nnd Vermin, usaia
Hair Dyo, Ulc , F.tc.
FOK SA LE BY ALL DilUOOI&TS.
III mm M LR
BELFAST GINGER ,
"COCK OP THE W&hKY'
Andrew Lohr desires to let tho people
know that ho Is still living and doing bu.
ncssst Ills, old stand in Cairo, and Ulvady to'
receive any order from, tho i-4ly or countrr
for Soda Water, Cider, Ale, uud tit. Lou(
llohas also commenced the miiiitifacturb
of the celebrated iMfnH finger Ale, whliiit
Is put tip In sod.t water Imttlcai, and, U Uu
llnesl beurage ever yet lilunufaftured loi
(sillily use. H-3-Miu