OCR Interpretation


The Cairo bulletin. (Cairo, Ill.) 1872-1878, May 24, 1874, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85033413/1874-05-24/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

OUR OnUHOUKS.
UHIU8TIAN CHUKUU-KIirbtoenUi streat
hJlwcen WMQineton ana walnut.
I'reachlnir every filril and fourth .Sunday .
Kunday icbool at 11 p, m.
I'rajer meeting Wodncmlay evening.
It li Tltl.MIILK, 1'nstor.
fUKBUyTlCltIAM-KIhtt Btraet.
rrcaehin, Habbath at 101 a.m. and 7 p.Tn
I'rayor Meeting, Wednesday at 71 1), m.
iabbath School. 3 D.m. J. M. Laneuen. Bu-
purlntondonL Hv. II. Ttmysk, Tutor
i K rilOUIST. Cor. Klghtb and Walnut 8la.
iTuaoiiuij;, nanuaui ai u a.m., anu i p, m
1'raver mnetlmr. Wodneadav.Ti li.m.
Habbath Hchool, 3. p.m. L. W. HUIIwotl,
tinorintoniient. nv. ,j. li. wallkk,
IlimUll UK TIIK HKDKKMKIMKpUoo-
ial.)
Morning prayer. Habbath 10 a.m.
Kvenlm,' prayer. 7Jp.m.
dabbalb. School, 9 a.m.
1UV. ClIAH. A. (ItMlKKT, ItectOT.
r. l'ATHIOK'B CHUHUU Ninth St. and
(VsHliiiiKton Avenue.
I'ubllo Burvloo, Habbath 8:10 and 104. .m.
Veapen, 7 P.m.
.Sabbath Hchool, 2 p.m.
Sorvlco every day, 8 a.m.
IUv. r. J. O'Uillora.4, l'rUrt.
r. JO.SKl'11'8 CUUHGH.-(Oonnan,) cor
ner of Walnut and Cro stroet.
Mmi, every Habbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
V unpen, !tp, m.
Uata during week daya, 8 o'clock a. m.
Itsv. U. Hoy mix, l'rlost.
HUMAN I.UTHISllANOUUHOU-18th
treat between Washington Avenue and
Walnut itroet.
1'reachlng Hunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Habbath Hchool at 'i o'clock p. ra.
llV. (J, 1UK.HACIIKH. 1'aatOr.
OUMl JrlKN'H CllltlHTlAN AHBoCIA
'I'lON. llegular mooting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
A tV bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rayor meeting, "'riday,7 p.m. at
be room.
L. W. Stillwkix. l'reildont.
KCUND MIHHIONAKV HAl'TIHT
eilUHCII.-ConierHyeamore and Forty
lint ntroeU. Preaching Habbath at II
o'clock a. m. and .'I o'clock p. m.
.Sunday School 1 o'clock p. rn.
Tho church la connected with the llllnoU
Awoclatlon, by tho Klmt Missionary Map
Hit Church ol Cairo.
Mkv. Solomon I.conahd, l'aator.
KIllUAN MKTHOimT. Kourteenth, be
iweeu Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Habbath, 11 a.m.
KaMtath Hchool, li p.m.
CtaM meeU at if p.m.
MIONI) KltEK WIMj HAl'TlUT1 Klf
toenth Street., between Walnut and Codar.
Services Habbath. li and 3 p. m.
ltv. N. Kicks, l'aator.
IIKE WILL 1IAIT18T UOMK MISSION
SAHUATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
ami Cedar Street.
Habbath Hchool, 9 a.m.
MUST KKKK WILL UAl'TLST CUUIICU
Currv'a llanacka
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A"lp. m.
Key. Ww. Ksllby, Paitor.
I IKST MISSION Ally UA1TIST CIIUHCU.
-Codar, between Ninth and Tenth HU.
1'rracLlnK Habbath, 10 a,m. and 71 p.m.
J'rayer meeting. odneaday evening.
1'reachlDK, Kriday evenlnc.
habbath Hchool, li p.m. John Vanllazter
aud Mary Stephens, Superintendent.
Key. T. J. Biiokw, l'aator.
ECON1) HAl'TIST CIIUIICH Kourteenth
Mrett, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only llapust church recognized by the As
sociation.! Service), Habbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
uv. Jacob Hhadlxv. Elder,
beuhhtFokukus.
THE MAHONH.
.x 'O OOMMANDKKY, No. 13.-9tated
As v -iblv at the Af ylum Masonic Hall, tint
rd i'..'d Mondayj In each month.
I a'UO COUNCIL, No.!M Kcgular Convo-
cat ii at Masonic Hall, tho second Friday
in each month.
;AIlt() CHAlTKIt No. 71. Uegular Con-
wcatlon at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ot every month,
JAlltO LOI)UC, No. m K.& A. M. Kejru-
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each mouth.
TUB ODD.KKLLOWB.
ll.KXANUKK LODGE, TU Meets In Odd-
follow' Hall, In Arter'a building, every
Thursday evening at H o'clock.
STATE OFfTcEHS.
Oovcmor .John L. llcvcridge
l.leutenantOovcrnor
Hecrtury of Bute Ucorco H. Harlow.
Auditor of HUU C. K. Llppincott.
Jtate Treairurer Caper HuU.
Attornry (leneral James K. Kdsall.
Supt. l'ubllc Instruction Newton llateman
CONOUEHdMKN.
f onators Hkhard J. Ogleeby and John A.
i!?an.
RuprB.onUtlvo Eighteenth Uistxlct Uacc
Ilemonts.
MEMHEltS (1KN EltAL ASHKMULY.
lteprcctnUtUes In the Wth dli-trict.
ohn 11. Obcrly, Win. A. Lemma and Math
w .1. liircorc.
Unator for tho With dli-trlct. .JesMi Waro.
COUNTY OKKICE11.S.
CIHCUIT COURT.
Judge 1). J. llakcr, of Alexander.
.State's Attorney l'atrick II. l'opo.
Clerk It. H. Yocum.
Hlmriff A. II. Irvln.
TVm. Martin Assessor and Treaaurer.
nireyor John 1". llely.
COUNTV COUHT.
Judge- K. Hroiw.
Afeoclatcs J. E. McCrito and 8. Marchil
on. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Uossman.
MUNICIPAL "(10 VE11NMENT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treaiiurer U. A. Cunningham,
Comjitrollor E. H. Kallis.
Clerk Michael Uowloy.
Attoniov 11. Watxon Webb,
l'olico Magistrates K. llross and J. J.
"jlrd.
Marshal and Chief of l'ellce Win. Mcllalc.
Htrcet ComralKsloner I). J. Oalllgan,
Members l'olice Force A. Cain sari;ent,
IV. W. Wooten, l'hllllp Helm,Chas. Mehuor
and Henry T. Murtln.
' llOilll) OV ALDKILMKM.
First ward-Uiram lllzby and J. M.
i'himps.
Hecond ward Herman Moycrs and Wood
ttlttenhoudo.
Third ward John McKwon and K. Kors
ttoyer. Fourh w&rd-C. V. NellU and M. J.
HcUau ey.
Fifth vi urdJno. II. lloblnwn and Wm.
U. Morris
1'ATitONIZK
HOME TRADB
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
Comer Twelfth street and yVashlnjton Ave
J. C. HUELS,
(Late of Ht. Louis,)
PKOmiBTOK
UOOK MNDBU AND BLANK HOOK
MAHUFAOTUKKU
m. A.NIC HOOKS of every descnntlon done
with neatnoss and dUpatcb. All kinds ot
rultne done at short nageo, Hlbles, luslc.
Magazines and l'orlodie&ft bound neat and
County work, such as Hecorda, Uocket
ee Hooks, ltlniiks, etc.. made a t.pocialty.
Boxes, l'ockotHooks.KnvoUpi, cte imulo
Htui Mpn
Comer Mute St.
CUICAOO.
Tht mott litMwtud RptdalUt cf tin .ljw, la '
tnaliMricrritlYATi:, CIIROXIC biI UliJ
.YAK Y MSE.ISES. SBHIXAL WEAKXES3.
Th rtill f4flr Mljcrwlooi oceilw erniw, 1uiIm
ur.BVOua.NMS.rniri.ta ok tu -aci, ivrusiosi To
HOC1ITV, ItlMIKD 8I0UT. I.0S8 Of MMOBY
U1KUOOD nisi. SENTLT CURSD. TU CllM Or
usn 1 i. LITUiiTtnE. :ile.ln4 ltb cbwlt otrtos
Mullfc 1 MtM tsrV,4. UAIm rn'I't" MSkal M
ltrt.U rt.U.J vlih iiltlU (tusuwls,
mt I
I'nbllontlon (IM(C, Bnlietln UbIICIIsik
wnsninartnn atcbii,
HUNDAY, MAY 21, 1874.
CI N OI NN ATI CltUHA U tt 1W.
Ci.M.iiATi, May 1D. Tho forly-tbreo
niiiiuruiicu wumun arrnatoJ leal aitlurtfny
ana Hrralgiivl .Monday, wuro irlsd to-day
btluru Juilgo Marcliant in tho pollm
voiirt. Tbu voim-room waa cruwdrd, mid
a gnt.it inajsut pooplu waitud un fl-.lo tho
building, uimblii 10 gut In. Htunly Mat
thows wm prutent, liul Judgollognii con
ductud thudi-fiitDo. 'IVstlmony wm hoard
on both ildiM, atid Uiu L-aso wna aubnilttcd
to tbo )udgo without argumunt. Tho
chnrgo wa violating a city ordlnanco by
obstructing tho lidewitlki. Judge Mat
chant nld there had boon a luvliulcal vio
tutlou of tho law, but in view of the Uck
of bad motlvoi on the part of defendants
he wunld dlimlu them, wlcli hu did with
tho admonition that it the act wm repeat
ed tbey would bo liable loarront and pun
iihmont. The trial uammeocod at 11
o'clock and laitod an hour. At III
concluilon tbo defendants marched to
tho Ninth stroet llaptlit church, whore
the Lsaisues and committees wore In lei-
alon. They afterwards adjjurneJ to tho
Third I'reibytorlun church, on Hovonth
troet, thu satno place wheru
the moetlng was held when
tho band waa arrrslod last Hatnrday. A
prayor-ineoliiig waa l.uld till oaly night,
ltetnarks wero made br loreral. but no
dollnite voursn of action was laid down,
Tho tumpur of tho mooting reamed to fa
vor the ditcontlnuanco of the mode ol
vlilting in largo numberi, and adopt some
now plan. Ouo ruggeatlon waatodlvmo
the city into districts and aund com
mittees, ol two or three to visit peraoni In
their homos and urge upon thorn activity
in tlio enforcement of llio liquor law.
The meeting of men to-morrow night
as referred to ai n good time to form
mon s luaguea to prosecute violations of
the law In the iiouor trslllc. No con
clusion waa reached.
The pollco commlisionerr, antlcipatlni:
a repetition of tho street visitation, re
mained In session nil day. Afther tho
decision of the pollco court in the cue,
the comnii9is?nora ordorod an address to
bo aent to tho tomparnnce loacuo, com
municating a resolution to notlly them to
entlroly dircontinuo what It termed pray
ing and tinging on any of the ttreets,
lanea, alloys, tpacci, or public ground',
and that all tho autboritiet be requested
to unite in aiding the Metropolitan
police force to carry out this intention of
the police cornmitsionnri, the tamo belnc
consistent with thd recent decision of the
judge of the police court. Tho mayor
tent too addreo, and it waa read at tbo
meetings at both churchet.
SENATOR SUMNER'S LIUUAKY.
Ilo-ton Transcript.
Mr Sumner's library, recently sent
to Harvard College, consisting of more
than 12,000 books, in all departments of
literature, are many of them rare editions
in hplcndid landing. Among them
may be mentioned, us most valuab 1c,
many volumes of richly-illuminated
works and manuscripts ot fine condi
tion. A copy of "Ulaudianus," with
autograph of the poet Gray j Walter
Scott's own manuscript of a work on
the drama; a fragment ot the "Hiblia
Lattina," printed by Faust in 1-102 :
"Cicero do Ofiiciis," in manuscript of
the fifteenth century j Uurns's "Scots
Wlia line," in the author's handwrit
ing! a Dutch manuscript, bound with
carved ivory sides and bet with pre
cious stones; "Book of Autographs,"
containing Milton's; manuscript notes
on "Seneca," by Hugo Grotiuf; firtt
book of Thomson's "Seasons," with au
thor's autograph; 15en Johnson's auto
graph 011 titlo page oi n little book,,
thus: "Sum Hen Johnson;" "Ocllius"
with notes by Melancthon; 'The Club,"
with autographs of l'opo and Swiit on
title page; John Dryden's "Greek Ex-erci.-e
Mook,"vith nutobiography: John
llunyan's "English 15'iblc," with his
autograph; letters with Napoleon's auto
graph; Haydn's opera of "Armida"
manuscript by tho author: "Osaian's
Poems," with Byron's autograph ; mo
nastic manuscript, wilu clam and ring
ttaclied.
A SCIENTIKIO FAMILY,
l'rom tboChicuKo Inter-Ocean.
In Davenport Iowa, thcro resides a
most interesting family. Tho father,!'.
rutnam. is a prominent lawyer, and
thu mother is a daughter of tho late
iov. Duncan, of Illinois. Iho latnily
onsists of ten boys nnd ono girl, and
is a little nation in itsolf. The boys
aro natural-born Fcientistfl, artiuts and
mechanics. Hctides cultivating a farm,
they publish n magazino called tho
Star ol Woodlawn, build boats, pro-
pare specimens of entomology, manu
facture toys, and eoncludo their cata
logue of industries by writing for pa
ners. I no 'Star 01 oouiawtr is n nana-
Homely priutcd magazine of iorty-four
natiCrt. aud contains many interesting
original articles, most 01 tiiciu being
from tlio pens ol tlio rutnam lamiiy
In thoir Inst ishuo thoy gavo notice
that thu sister, liesste I'utuam, in ad
mitted to tho partnership, and that
ercaltcr the lirm namo will no rut
nam nrotners iV sister. 1 uo mem
hers of tho firm nro Joncplt, aged 18
1 1 1 - r r
years; unaries, it, ,101m, tu; Jienry,
; William, 11; Ooorge, is, and Jics-
sie, 1.
Eott. Wood &. Oo
1180 11IDGE AVENUE
I'HILADELAHIA, PENN.,
Fountains, Ynsns, Animals. Iron Stall's,
tains,
Lamp
rosiN, niuiiie 1 iiiins,
Wire Works.
CAST, WR0UGIIT.'& WIRE RAILINGS
NKWandlMHOVKI'DCIIAIHforthoatus,
Concortand l.ccuiro nans,
And
Cioneral Assortment of
Or i) a
mental Iron Work.
Kstlmules aud designs senton sppllcallon
simnK mn ciass 01 worn ucsirud
311-4-H-eod-H
DANIEL JiAJIl'EHT
FASHION ABLE BAUBE1"
AND
n .a. i :r dbessee
Slgb'.h .Street, between Washington and
i;oiuiuerciai Avenue,
CAlHO,:iLl.lNOIS,
Buy
UNTII, YOU UlTi:
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
ASH
LOW RBSHEVOIE;
"r-'T' ;'sf it M
Aiwo bavoll! GOOD HKASON'S uhy
thoy will do your work.
QUICK AND EASY,
CHEAP ANJ) CLEAN.
WThoy aro cbosp to buy,
They aro bot to use,
flaV They bake ovotily and quickly,
rw Their operation is perfect,
teaatk They havo alwar n gool draft.
They aro m ado of tbo best material,
Thoy roast perfectly,
They require lutllttlo fuel,
Thoy are very low priced,
Thoy are eatlly mauagod,
They are suited to all localities,
Kvnry stove guaranteil to give
Satisfaction.
O
ui
CQ
80LD nv
Excelsior Man'fg Co
NT. LOI'IN, HO.
AND 11V
iW. HK.VDIiltSO.V, Cnlro, Ills.
(i'l .'mIAw-MH.
DR. RANSOM'S
HIVE SYRUP AND TOLU
-on
HOITEZ SYBTJP
Dr. Cox's Hive (Croup) Syrup has been
known and Used by the medical ptofcsidon
over 100 year.', and as a remedy for Cold
aud Coughs has an older and betier reputa
tion than any other Cough medicine ever
olfcred to tho public. It Is known as the
Compound Syrup ol Squills, and a formula
may be lounu In every medical dispensatory.
Ur. Itansom'a Hive Syrup and Tolu, In ad
dition to the ingredients for Cox's Hive
Syrup, contains ltalsam of l ulu, decoction
ot .Skunk Cabbage Hoot and Lobelia, a com
bination that mutt commend it to every one
as a superior remedy lor Croup, Whooping
Cough, Aathtna, llronchltls. Coughs and
Colds, Indeed lor all atlectlons of the Throat
and Lungs when a cough medicine Is
ncccvarj .
This Syrup Is earclully prepared under
the personal direction ol a regular l'hysl
clan ol over twenty years practice, who;o
lirnature 19 attache
v.uva to
the directions on
tlio bottle.
Its taste U very
plcanant and children
like 11.
Kvery family should keen It as a ready
mcdv for Croups aud Colds, etc.. auiom:
the children.
1). Hansom. Son .V Co.. l'ronr's. DiUTaio,
N. V.
DR. J. It. MILLER'S
I NIVKllSAL
MAGNETIC BALM.
This medicine may with prorricty be
called an "Universal Hcinedy," as It is fa-t
supcrrcdlng all others as a general family
meuicino. 11 cures, as 11 uy jiau.ir.nv;
INKLUKNCK. Neiiralcla and all pain, ami Is
therefore very properly termed "Magnetic
llilm." It is purely a vcKCtablo lirepamtlon.
It has no i-mial as a remedy for Cholera.
Cholera Morbus. I)iarrhii'a,Oyscutar)'iollo
and an liouti uompiaims.
Its timely use win euro uoidt-, (jroui).
Dlrditherla, (Julney, and all Throat atlec
tlons.
When properly ufed.Kever and Au'ue.and
other complalnls Incident to our western
anil soutticrn climate, aro easily nrouen up.
nervou ruin, icK-iicaiiacnc, unu linen
inatittu aro cured by this medicine when nil
others havo failed. Toothache, Karaeho,
Hums, Chilblains and Uralses aro relieved
at once by 1U use.
The kciiuIuo has 1). Hansom ,t Co.'s pri
vate itovcnuo Mamji on the outside, and nr.
.!. It. Miller's Magnetic Halm blown in tho
bottle.
Kvamino closely and buy none but the
conulnc.
Hold by all Druggists, l'rlco 2S cents per
uottio.
V. Hansom. Son v Co.. HronrV. intra 0.
N. V. Jan. IW-w-ot.
IMl'HOVKMKNT.S IN
DENTISTRY
Dlt. (1. V. Dol'OI.as. bolni; dekTinlnrd to
exeell In every Dental operation, hasre
llti.'if and refiiruislied Ids Denial l'urlors. No.
7, 1.lyhtMHreet, and Is now rei'umni from
,n. w 1 to x. ,loniiM)ti. ot rin ai r umia.
keml-wcekly, the liirL'est ami llnot asort
mentot' Dental (loocU ever otlered In this
cltv. and as L-ood us can bo lound In 1 10
largent cities.
BEAUTIFUL GOLD
FILLINGS
Made atpeclaltty.not anynrtlio sort, misera
ble, snuniry work that dnms out. Icavlni?
teeth cut, tiled, discolored, aud often de
stroyed. Perfect (lolden (lems nut in ns holld ami
durable as tho tnicltcd metal Itself,
Children's Teeth,
Special attention ptven to the treatniDHt ol
Children' Teeth. Parents by bavin;? their
Chllren's Teeth examined cccatlonully,
would save them much Milleilni; and de
formity In niter yean.
Dr. Douglas also elves Particular attention
to Mechanical Dentistry, buying secured tbo
right to tlso DIE. HYATT'S PATKNT (IOLD
AND HU11IIKH COMIIINATION PLATE,
which has been thoroiuddv te.lr.l mnl m..
pioved by thu best Dentists In the Hast, and
beyond a doubt, the best and llintest artlll-
11:11 piaieuow in use,
Tetlh ex-lractrd witliout pain by tlic tiso
of Nitrous Oxide das, which Is perfectly wlo
TTiiei u juiiiciuiii uujuiiiisiei eo,
T tr (1. K. Douglas,
O.W. DUNNINO, M. D.
HUSIDKNOK-eorner Ninth ami "Walnut
oirecu. tiiiicc corner sixth Htreet and
I ..... W.....V MW. u . a VM. V M. M.., ,U
(Jinn InVAA flOiiii, lin(irrmm II . , .
Dont
'i in,, ana a p, tu
saiiiiiiiii2tfaiiBtaH ?" 5?flFSssalB? V
A NEW IMPROVED
AW'Alllll.t)
The M,odal for Progress."
At Vienna,! 1ST3.
The Hlshcst Order ol ".Medal Awarded
at tho L'tpotltiou.
NO SKWINO MACHINE KECKIVEI) A
HlOHEIt l'RIZK.
A FEW (JOOI) KKASO.NH:
1. A New Invention thoroughly tested
and s'curcd by Letttrs I'atent.
1. Make as i'KKPKCT Mek fititch, alike
on both fides, on all klndsol eoods,
liuns 1.1 Klit, Hmootli, Novelets, nnd
Hapid best comblnaUon ot qualities.
4. Durable Huns tor years without re
pair. r. Will do all verities of Work and Fancy
Htltchlni; In a Hurenor manner.
II Is most ralsly mantled by tho opera
tor i-ngui 01 bmicii may oe aucrea wnuo
running, and mnehlnc can be threaded with
out passing thread through holer.
7-Dcljn simple. Ingenious, L'IcksiiI,
formlnir the slltch without the use of Co's
Wheel dears, Hotary Cams or Lever Anns.
Has tbo Automatic Drop Feed, which In
sures uniform 'enth of stitch at any tpceed
Has our new '.'lire id Controller, which fol
lows cay mncincnt of needle-bar ami
prevents injury to thread.
b. Constniitinn most carr-lul and fin
ished. It la mmufsc.turcd by the ino-t skill
I'ul an i experenced maehaiilcn, at the cele
brated Hkminoion Ahmoky, Ii.iox, N. V.
ChlcHKo Olllei.'i'.titu htreet.
t?l l-'JO-Sm
Vulcan Iron "Work
COMMEUCIAL AVENUE,
orrosiTK
nilTTII HTBEET.
JOHN T. RENNIE, rf, i
FOUNDRY.
MACHINE SHOP
FOROES AND FirE FlTTINO,
hTBAM EKIWKH,MII.l..HTKAIiIUi
M.A.c;axi2T3:s."X'
Manutacturca ana repairca.
Special attention fe'tven to ll!bt and heavy
forirlntr, house, bridge, railroad aud Jail work
and all work of a similar character.
Bteara and i;as fitting in all Its branches.
A full assortment ol Morris, Tanker .t Co'i
I'hlladclpbia pipe and littlngs. Hraa goods
etc.. and iras Uxtures always on hand.
PIPING OF HOUSK FOK OAb
MADB A SI'iCIALTT.
Aijent for Cameron a cneclal steam pumr
andlfoller feeder. The best manufactured.
Coil's patent syphon pumps, and Judson'i
patent governor and governor valve.
I ce loiiowin;; cnKiaes, eic, lor saio ;
Two steamboat engines, 181 luch boro ot
cylinder; tivo feet stroke, and In good order.
une sxeaiuooai euau miu vrituh, w roi uvn
One cnirino for holitlng freight; TiXlO.
One 10X20 saw mlUemtine. with shaft and
crank lor tnuly or cat; taw, vecond hand.
. . mti ... ....... ..........
Une IJCW vuilu, uxy unu uiuuinc-
tnrc.
Also, a sccond-hatd stave cutting ma
chine and Jointer, atd warchouto hoisting
maahlne, In Kood order.
Knglius and machlteryof all klndsbotighl
and sold
BELFAST GINGER
"LOCK OF rJHE WALK!"
Amlrew blir d.slre-. to let the people
know that lie Is still iWnu' and doln 1'Usl-ne-sat
bis old -land li t'alro, mid Is ready to
reeuHo anv order fnm Hi" i-Uy or lountry
for Soda Water, Cidtr, Ale, and M. Lotds
liter. , .
llohas also coitmcneed the maiinl.ie tir
of the celebrated llelm.t (illi'fr Ale. which
Is put up In soda wuter bottles and 1 the
llm-st boveragc esr yet iiiaimf.u-turcd loi
family u,c. 'ill!
Assigaoes Sale
OP
Onecnswnrc, Cliinn, (!iiissware, Hoek-
minim mid icllotv Wnre,.StoiH'iin',
Cliinn OriumeutHniiil Tojs, rnncy
U001U, l'hitcilwnri', Talilo ami
Pocket Cutlery, Lamps, T.aup
CliliiiiicjS I-ai'ipTrliiimliigH,
lioUnu' ' lasses, ele.
In fact every kind of g,mda lnlonglng to a
First Claw
QUEENSW ARE
BTORH
For the next sixty days I will oiler the
above git ds at and below cost, for cah only.
The goods must bo soldtn clo.etlie concern.
Closo buveis aro especially liuiltd, either to
coma and see for themselves or send their
orders, tu eilhcre.itu I guarantee .itllNi'tlon
.1. T. THOMAS
Assignee orPnrrnn, lJls .V Co
Cal.10, III., April l-'i, 17I.
II. WAUDNEU, M.D.
II.. I.
.1. STAJjKKU, M. I).
1 rcsldsnee in Commrcljl Ave
Ofllco and
next doK to the Atlionuum,
-el-HI-'tt
(TV
01 - -yy
Oift Enterprise
Tho only rename tint Dittrlbutlon In tho
country.
$60,000 00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo dJatrlbutod In
L. D, SINE'S
107ni nKoui.An monthly
GIFT ENTESPRISE.
To bo drawn .Monday, June, Hlh, Hs7i
TWO ()KAN1 CAPITALS OF
$.1,000 Hncli In f.Vcrnlinekx!
Two Prizes $1,000 each in UroonbacM
Fivo Prir.o) COfi oach In Greenbacks!
Ten Prlr.os 100 each In (Jreonlmekt1
1 Hor-u and lhiggy, with Sllver-montilcd
haniescs, Worth flW). Ono Kilie-lolied
lto-ewooi Pliii-o, u drill ?.Vsj!
Ten r'smlly Sewing Slucbliics - - worth
8Us) each ! Five Hold Watches and chains,
worth S-'JOOeach ! Five (iold American liu'
ting Watches, worth l'2.'ieach.
Ten Ladls tlold Hunting watches, worth
$100 each I
sOOOold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches
(In all,) worn from $i0 to each!
Oold chains, Silver-ware, Jewelry, Ac, .to.
NUMnKIl Olf OlKTS (I,rl0. TlCKKTH LIM
KTKU TO GO.OW,
AOENTS WANTKD TO S1XL TICKETS
to whom liberal premiums will bo paid.
HlNOI. TICLKTH ;?1; SIX TlCKKTH t!
'i'WKLVK TICKKT8 SflO' TWUNTV-FIVK
TlCKKTH 20.
Circulars containing a lull list ot prizes,
a description ol the manner of drawing, and
other Information In reforreuco to the dis
tribution, will bo sent to any one ordering
them. All letters must be addressed to
main ofpick, L. D. SINE, Hox M.
101 W. Filth St. Cincinnati, o.
L.AMVKIIN.
8AAIUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLINOIS,
Ofllco over First National bank.
IM.Vlm
John U.Mulkcy. Willam C. Jlulkcy
MULKEY & SON,
A.TT011NEYS AT l.V
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
OScc: Klghth street, hetweon Co rum 01
slat and Washington avenues.
6-14 tf.
(illEEN & G1LBEKT,
ATTOKNKYb
COUNBBLOHH AT L.AW,
William U.Hreen.
9D, "J
Willum II. ()lllr
OAlKO, ILLINOIS,
Miles r.OUkert,
swSpflcial alUation glten 10 Admlrslli sad
ittamtiaal business.
SIFIOlt oniOLXVBH,UOOMH 7 ADO fl nvSH
(IITVW 4T10M4T. T11WV
SCOVILL'S
All ctisiiieouscriiptloiH 011 the face or tody
indicato
AN IMPU1IK CONDITION OF TIIK
HLOOD,
and till nny, or ma not be Scniipri.t: but
In either case thu d'ncun; i not It ng more
than an l.Nlllnr Miimin that
Bums Like a Terrible Eire,
as Itcourrcs through tae vein', sowing seeds
if death with every pUKillon.
In this condition of things something is
needed .tr om:i:. to ci.K.Nsi: iiiK lil.iiiili;
and
Scovil's Blood anil Liver
Syrup
will positively ctreet this ilcMdr-ratum, o
peillng every "trace ol'dlsua-e Iromthe blood
no s Weill, ami icaing ine skiii
SOFT, FA1U AND HKAUTIFI'L.
IIuiKlrcila or fcrtiiiratci attet Its value,
l'lleo ?l per bott'i1.
JOHN F. HKNIt Y, CI 'KUAN .tt'O.,
I'loprlelors,
k and 0 College Place, Now Y01 k.
ALSO PUOPHIUTOHS OF
Hall's Itnlsam for tho Lungs, Carbolic
Salvo, Kdoy's Carbolic '1 rochet, oxy
genated Hitters for Dispoptia, Dr.
itott's Jilvor Pill. Dr.
Hogor's Ve(;otablo "Worm
Syrup, Dr. llonnott's Huro Death
to Kate, MIco. and Vermin, Huesla
Hair Dye, Klo., Ktc.
FOHSALE HY ALL DHUUOIbTS.
C8-.Viln.lt-w
1HI. M. IIOWAHU,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OKKlCK-SOltNKH COilMKHCIAl. AV.
AND SIXTH STHKKT.
IlKSIDKNCK Seventh Miict, liciwocn
WnMiinKinn av. :11m walnut JMiei'i.
Siri-8.'JMf
DR. W.J5LAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
73miur lllnk (up talr) rnner fill Btro
and "W'aaliinylnn Avonuo,
90-31-tf.
. f -aaam taBHSaaBaaH ft. .
mm I L B
0A11U), ILIrlNOKS.
h A'iHW 1M!
"WILS01T
SHUTTLE
50 Dollars
FARMEKb,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
wmmw
Shuttle Sgsiiii Macliiiiii
THEBtST IHTHtWORLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio State Fair;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Exposition;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
AND
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR DEiUQ
The Best Sewing Mac'ife
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct.
COMPETITION.
22T For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quiltjng, & Stitching
fine or iiecwy Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sewing
Machines for Sale.
Old Machines taken in 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
Miscellany.
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Serin Macliiiic Co.,
CLEVELAND. OHIO.
ATTENTION HAH DHAIiKHS
T1IK
SI'INNINd I'APEll STOCK
111 Chestnut Sired,
NT. I.OITIN, MO.
CO,
LMY Till: HKJIIKST CASH I'ltK'lIS,
7 ct. por lb for Soft Woolon.
:i rte. pur lb for Wool Carpot.
1 ,1-1 cm. por Ih for "Wool lllankcti.
tl l-l ct. por lb for Old Olotb.
IAIuOPvS' CLIPPINGS
A SPECIALITY.
TH;PARKERKUNV
sCHr stamp roRrmcuiAV
PARKER BRtfSl
1'ioipccliis for ttfl t ETEXT1I YEAR
THE ALdINE.
icai in tno World, Arcprenentrtllvif
and clmmplon of American 1 toitf ,
ttiTJi?!111'"0 wMlo'I'sucd with ill tho ret.
each Micccndlnir number tironh a firfi,
plMDtire to It friend, tho real value and
bcMity of Tho Aldlno will ho most annreol.
ntml ftnr II lia h.nt ln,,i ti.!.,
of tho yor. White other ptihllcatlon mar
fiiimf mr cucaiinoen, as o'jmparcu with
rival nf a Mmllar cla, tho Aldlne I an nu
llum nlll! nHirtnnl .nnn.nllnn nlnnA HM.
nprirnachcd atiMilutoljr without coneont1"
111 lirlco or nhsru'lnr.
AP.T DEl'AHTMENT, 1874.
Tl.. lit.... ,, . . .... - .
iiu imi'iriuion 01 1110 iiiine nave U ,
a worM.wlilo rcputaUon, and in tho art ecu
Ires ot Kuropa It li an admitted fact thst
It wooil cut aro example of tho hllieot
perfection over attained. The commor
lirojiiiilco In f.ivora' "iteel pint p," I rp
Idly peUllnit to a w... icdllcatcd nnd df
crlmlnatini; taito which rccoitnl.c thn ad
Vanttirc tho ndvantae nf Mtpcrlur artUtte
Uilallty with greater facility of production.
The nuartcrly tinted platosfor 1874 willbo
!V Tho. Moran and .1. 1). Woodward.
Tllf, ?liH.tmiiu l.aiin nw 11171 will 1.I1.
jpcclal deln approprlntii to tho eeaon,
ly our host nrtlilk. ami will miruMt in at
traction any of Jtij)rcdccci'orH.
I'liKitrOTta rou i87-j.
YrTrTi'"-iC"1""r, t0 "10 A'l"no for Hi
..... i h-i"i nru o p ciurc anil
I urclmcd ,y conrcH for ten thouan.l
dollar. Tho miI.Ipi u wm ;.i, Ll "JL"
re-cnt ten thou.'uud dbllar. The auhivi,.
irlv.. tt,. htiii: nZvj.L : U)T
torri n... "ri v """' "ur, oyonnng
territory. 'J ho chromo nro each wnri-nH
' "rtr distinct plate., anil aro In nlio
ll.XlIn find nllhfiirn nn t . a.
the orfglnal.,. 4 'uc-B"n'" "
V . . .. . . . . -
., aiik. ..i.f sept. 20. mi,
McHm. .Tatncii sutton itu
. ...........,,r.., Km uciiKaieu wiin tho
proof In color ol your chromo. They aro
..W....U..,.,,. i-uutuKinu repreeniatlons uv
mechanical proccM of the orllnalpalntlng;.
llicio chromo aro In ovnrr Am..
can. They nro hv an nHnni ,n, '
fnUl S!V'. !,la,tcrfaI American manufac
ture, froi 1 deMKii of American acencrv- Y
an Amur pnn ,ni,jiA M. 1 . . '
SCrltier In Hin ftr.t tti.....A.i . . .
Art .lourna . If no better Lccaio ot all
tlilf, thay will certainly pon-cs an Interest
n j forcln production can Inspire, and nci-
.i. ...u. mo uju nurso 11 uy reason at
peculiar facilities of production they co.t
tlio publUhcrs only a trllle, whllo cniial Jn
every reepect to other chromo that aro tol J
Sjfordoublj tho aubsctlptlon price of
ir any subscriber should. Indicate a pre
ferenco for a flKtiro subject, tho pabllsteri
will fend "Thought ot Homo" a new aid
bcntlfUl chromo, 11.V20 lnclie, representing;
a little Italian cxllo whoo cpcaWlng oyca
betray tho loni'loc of hi heart.
5 por annum, In advance, with CM Chro
mos froo.
For 50 cknts urtni. tlin riirnmu
mounted, Y&rnlslied. and prepaid by mail.
Thn Aldine will, hcrcalter. bo oblalnablo
only by btilncriptlon. Thero vr 111 no re-
uuccuor emu rate; casn loraiicrlptlom
must bo tent to the publlnhcr dtrc,ct, Ct
handed to tho local canvat-scr, without rc
nponlbllity to tho publisher, except Hi
cases whero the ccrtltlcato U 'iveti, beannji
the fjdinllo signature olJsnic atitton it.Cii.
I'lvviKHVim wiVTm
gJViiy pcri-on wUblng to uct pennanctitly
I)rou!ocal canvniicr will receive full and
' '?lfiruiMllon bv fliinlvlnirito
JAS- tiUTTON & Co., rumieu...
'- MMn T.n Now YnrV
Ccntur Mii.ncnt.
Thu great aisco voir ot tbr.
ao. there is. jmin which
tho Centaur UnhUnt will not
relieve, no swelllnir -uicU It
wlllnoteubduc, and noKmc
ncss which It will not euro
Jl'lil 1 btroni' tanifiiairo. but
It !, trim. It la nr. ti,,mi,,i..
KOfa tho rccipo I primed around
each bottle, A circular containing certifi
cate of wundcrlul cure ot rheumatism
neuralgia, lock-Jaw, i-praln, dwelling,
burns, Kiilds, cakeddirtast, polbonou
'.ilte, frezon feet, uout, Haltrhcum.oar-acho
.Vc, und the rccipo of tbo I.lmmcut will ho
icnt tratl to anyone. It I tho most won
derful heallhi; und pain relieving ayent tho
world has overproduced. Knell anno ar
tlclo over beforo did sell, and It selNbecauM)
it does Just what it pretend to do. Onebot
tlo of tho Centaur Llnlmont tor animal
iyeUnw wrapiier) 1 worth a hundred do!
lar lor wpavlned, strutnsd or nailed horcei
anil mult', and for i-trow-worm in ahecp.
No family or utock-ownor can alford to bo
witliout Centaur Liniment, l'rlco, Mcent;
uegr bottle. 91. J. H. Uoso & Co., M
llroudway. New Vork.
UASTOltIA 19 more tn.tn a ui)ttliutc to;
Castor Oil. It 1 tho only havk artlclo In
existence which Is sure to regulate the bow
el, euro wlndcollo and ptoduco natural
nlocp. It lplcaant totako. Children need
not cry and mothers may Iecp. ' 10-7 wly
.MISSOUJtt STATE LOTTERY.
LiaiursD iit Statx ATrrnoHtTT ahd
Dbaww in Vudlio in 8r. Iouis.
Grand Single- JMumbet Sohemo.
60,000 noMBiaa
Clars O, To UK Diuwx Alareh 01, 1371
6,880 I'rlzo. Amountincto .100,K)0.
I 1-TlfOuf...
fio,noo
cuj rtiiof..
$ too
. 1,DUU
. 600
. SOU
. SOU
. too
. 160
. 10O
Of....
H, 13, SflO
10,000
. 7,900
t.OuO
. I.tOO
1.0UO
... 600
a
or...
Of....
of....
Of...M
ot
or
of
of.
or.
of.
or.
of.
si
lbU
(00
of.
Vi)
ol
10
TlckoVs 10; Half Ttckota, quartor
1 loieia, j oo.
Our lotUrlxa are uhrter4 by th BlaU, ar
alwaj drtwn at the time namtd, and all drw
nfi ara under the aupertlalon ot iworatom-
'll.c clln-ial ilnIn will le puUiihcit lttcSl,
Umis lursamla cojiy of drawing scat to purchaser
c f ticket.
l o will draw .1 similar scheme the list day ofevtry
mont'i during lha rear lkTI,
llnn.i at tmr rk by post office money orOe, rcrlt
tired letttr, draft tr cipreu. Send for circular 1
Adilrr.i Mt'ltKAV, -MII.I.EIt A CO.,
l' U lotillO. SC. Uuls. Mo.
DON T TRUST AN , MAN
Who iy ho will iiay (S00 for a ease ol Ca
tarrh vhlch ho lafl to euro. Wolcott' Ca
tarrh Auiilhllatnr ha cured thousAiid who
would havo perikllcil without it, ami my
nui'tit will rt'turn tho money ti) any pur
thai' who trie a boltlo und I notht'iit-Ut-led.
Illilvou over try WOI.COTT'S I'AIM
rAU l r liyu u-o jiuriu never nusiurt It
top Hfadai'ho, Toothach nnd Neuralgia
wlihn flio riiiimtc. or money refuudeiL.
j,('ot.lrMlTil, cor. K'th X
LocUst! tii
'JtiS a-25-w
Illy U'f tit. l(. WOLCOTT.
III
EL1LER8,
Hoot nnd aboc maker. Tw:eitticlli utreet bo
tween Wahlnitoii avonuo and ropar
treut,! prepartnl to Inake boou and tboea
lit the latext and molt fhloiiblo )!.
Ho will make them, to order, old or new
tvle to ault custonior, out of the bet Und
frohet utock, of which he Iw7
L-ood nupply on hand from which to tuako
Joicotloiii. All tltunt; of boot and oboe,
made by Mr, Khlert la don Jn bit own nhop
no forelcc BttlnK helw: d tiy htm.
Ulve him coll, and be will give you Mthv
ctlon.

xml | txt