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HUSE, LOOMIS & CO,
Takes groat pleistirsln announcing llit
ihey srenow prepared to supply everybody
with lake Ice of the very bet rjuslitj- eilher
at their houses oral tie stores. O'
should be left t the offlce, No
Notice U herv , ....
against Ohl'' jv pi von that nil charges
gallon. - .i ol Police Mcllalc for Invc.tl
vb' oiui-t ho placed In toe hands ofthc
nnan of tho committee with the names
ol ike wltnei'cs. before Tuesday evening,
MayWtb, 1874, at 8 o'clook. Tic same
must be made In wriphtlii and aliened by
tlia complainant. Any ihiirRcs made alter
Chairman ol Commltie"
WALL AND EN r,
Manufacturers nod Dealer In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AISD LATH.
CAIRO, - ILLS
POPLAR. OAK, CYPRUS,
BURTA.OUO 1AJM11KU, BUl'ttU
POPLAR KI.OORINO, CEIL
ING AND SIDING
UTOfllcent Saw mill on comer of Twcn
ty.eond street and Ohio Lcvec.
In order that Memorial my may be appro-
ately ousenu,uie cimcm ui jiohuu
City have arrjnirc.l lor It
proper celebration ou
Saturday, Kay 30, 1874
AT TUAT CITY.
The accommodation" will b' ample for sev
eral thoUiaud people.
The orator of the day will be
H027. Jtf0. L. BEVD&E
Other eiuluent puhllr moss will he .H M iit ami
The ladles who Intend to be prntcnt, arc
requested to take garland ami bou
quets ot tloweru unurruueed.
Tbo following cotumlttuos Iiavo boon
COMMITTXB ON AlllUNOKH XNT.t.
Geo MerU, Sr, Y i. Uambleton,
Daniel Hoxan, (ieo.Stultz,
U V Meyer. Iaac ltitd,
Geo W Ulinn.
COUMITTKE OK ORATION.
li h Ulen, K U tVutklns
POUUITTBK ON ritfANCE.
John W Carter, It F l'ottcr,
John A Wagh, K S Chester,
A Lutx, Dr. J.oooey, Vienna,
11 U Spencer, Jamen llrowiicr.
COUU1TTEK OK VIUHC.
HWDycr, L O Harris
couutrriB o tuaniji-oktation.
John W Carter, Dr. C'afey.
11 y Potter, F W Corm.
Lonnsbcry, tv F Price,
u BiealWireii, NlttWy.
0rt.Jr, 1.0 Hani,,
J Dougherty, tMVFelter,
n Uogau, Jobn I.tneyar.
II H O'Nell.
ON rLOWJJM AND BEWhiTION.
E bh.iipen, chairman K S Chaster.
f.A KWred, Duke Carter,
J l.n. iUX"U O W Keller,
II If U..... - .... '
n 11 Jackson,
J II Craln.
IxjuIs A Jaccinl,
It V tioode.
11 C Ulen,
W A night,
S J KeWcy,
t M Kelley.
W J WalaeV;
Geo W llllnu.
Mayor John AYood, O U Woodwird.
Kaul Bchuh, Col McKeag,
Hrrell, John Autnm,
John Oberly, Davln.of the 'Jjiilf
HB-ieotnan, IV Ilalliday,
lien O Jones
ANNA AND JONKilUOftO
KuykM'da'l, A J Aldcn,
VMcKalrtdt;, W D Dranl,
fCHMTIT, CJ, Sloan,
GTft 3 .t 1 1 ill ...
CAIRO LCAL NEWS.
lltll TKn'.n r
KnniMmitr In Like from II a thousand lllll
lipniK mini paper ami finely printed, for
One thousand statements printed l Til v,
llfl.l.K tin oillcu lor s.'l.o,
One thousand note head'- prln'cd nt Tub
ltui.Li.ilN olllce lor 1.00; two tlmus.md lor
One thousand buoluesi card, tine Hrlrtol
board, prlutcil at Tilt: Rulletin oflleo lor
SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1874.
LOCAL INDEX FINGERS.
Cam. and exannno
Ibo now iaihlock
it D. Artor A Co'a.
idyWanlod, Uho St. Oharloi Hotel
ono hundrod day boardora nt tho reduced
rtlS. J8 5.1'J.tf
Cit.t. and examine tho now sash-lock
at V. Artor & Co' i. 44-1-10-1 m
Uknky Kiciiitorr la now prepared to
repair, varnish and polish furnttn"
,., ... , - mannor.
The largest and bost-selected slock
of FURNITURE for sale at wb-ilosalo
and retail by HENRY F.1CHIIOFF, No.
115, Commercial avenuo.opposito Seventh
stuut H 0-II..1III
Police CouhT. Huslnri in pollco
court yoiterday was as dry as dry could
jaT Wanted, at the rit. Charles Hotol,
a stout, healthy woman to wash and iron
Id tho laundry. 78-G-19-3t
Firo thousand fruit barrols for sal.
Enquire of Hnlllday Hro's, No. 70, Ohio
leveo, Cairo; or
Geo. Burns, Agent,
0l-5.lJ.30t Mound City, 111.
Btif- Let's all go to tho Gorman school
plcnio at Scbeel's garden on Monday,
May 2Jth. 9tJ S-'JS-Jt.
SuD. Tho First national bank of this
city bas sued Daniol liar J, Eq., late
prostdabt of tho bank, for jP,oOO.
Decoration Day. An excursion train
will bo run on tho O. & V. road from
Carml to Mound City on Decoration Day.
One fare for round trip.
Pbeacuiho. Thero will bo preachltg
at lha Baptist mission room to-day at thn
usual hour of servlco. Kov. H. T. Ttylor
of Missouri, will conduct tho sorviccs.
Strawberry festival Tuesday nlybt.
Injured. V-Ur Grant, -i mo '
odist cb'"J' " ""fo0 'f0, 8
. ,-rDondalo Ian week, whllo :i
ltb a friend, and was sevcrly hurt.
Soda. For a glass of good f (run
watorgo to Tom iiulluvan'i, Commercial
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth strcoU.
Hatter soda, water cannot bo bud in tbo
Om Juijja Mnrclu'don and Mr. Kol
wig, of Thobes, who wcro In at
teudancoon thn circuit court ns mombors
of tho grund jury, left for homo last ovc
ning. l'i iTEi,i.ixn. Churliu Pfellorling, tho
old ii mi cateror of tbo Scenarios hotel,
no !,..dlordof tko hotol at Amis, Is In
tho city. He is as big and fat as ovor,
and at Jolly as a sailor.
TuiiKE. Thrco largo, elegant and very
loirablo family rooms, fronting on the
onto rivor, can bo obtained with ooara
at tbo St. Ubartoi, during tho suminor
months, at reduced rates. 03 5.22 tf.
Gone. Capt. D. Hurd, who was In the
city on Friday, left by tho Saturday
morning's train for his homo in Denver,
Colorado. Tbo captain Ii locking well
and reports business at Dsnvur lively.
Emcoi-Ai. Cuuncii. There will bo
servicoi at tho Episcopal church to-day,
both morning and ovuiilng. Tbo subjuct
of Mr. Gilbert's sermon at tbo eveninc
servlco will be "Christianity and Mate
rialism." TrJK Numiieu. James Johnson, Kni.,
ol this city, has mado a careful estimate
ol tbo number of grangors In tho elate.
Ho is sure they number 709,219 a for
midable ariny. There is a Juko In this
Item Johnson only can explain.
Haitist. Hv. Mr. Taylor, of Mis
souri, will preach at tho Ilaptlst mission-
ary rooms, corner oC Commercial uvenuo
and Tenth street this morning and eve
ning, Mr. Taylor will preach every ove
nlng this wook. A general Invitation is
extended to all.
To in Stauteu. The Karnes bub fac
tory will cotnmenco operations again this
waek. The machinery capacity of tho
factory baa been almost doubled. Mr
W. Karnes will have tho suporlntendanco
of tho work, and proposes to muko the
establlihuieut a paying success.
Notice Owlnc to tho mnnv orders
now In Mr. Winter's bands tor palntlow
Via, bill ..1..
"... u,y uoToie tnroo days in each
wtok lo photography. Thursday. Frl-
- . ...K.g.uumi is made. 'Ja.G-2:j.tf
WASoKlc A regular communl,....nn
of Cairo Dodgo No. 237, A. V, and A. M.
will bo held to-morrow Monday) even!
Ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brotbors coi
dially invited to attend.
U.F. JJlake, Hcc-y.
Notick, o CiiANoK.-rno Methodist
Sunday school will meet In tho llaptitt
mlsslou room, corner Tor.th and Wesb
ogton A vonuo, at 3 o'clock p, m., to-day,
Dl'1,?fttl!,U ubu'ch' M "nnounced
last Sabbath. I, W. Hm,.wi:ll,
After ins Doos. Re&d what Mar-
hftl McIIalo baa to say on tho dog ques
tion. II o elves fair warnlne that on and
aftor tho first proximo nil caninos found
running nt largo upon which tho tax has
tiOl bean paid will bo killed.
Encaiu'Mknt Notice. Thero will to
special mooting of Alexander oucamp-
mont nt Odd Kollow'a ball, Tuesday eve
ning, May SCth, fur work In all tho do
grccs. All Patriarchs in good standing
nro requested to be presont and assist in
tho work. Uy ordor of tbo C. P.
EiL'.oious. Row II. 11. Thayer will
do'.lver adlocourso this morning In tho
l'rcsbylurian church upon tho following:
"What Shalt wo Head?" lly special ro
quoct Mr Thayer will in the ovonlng cor-
slJor the following uuestion: "Will
wo Know our Friends In lloaven ?"'
That New Market. Koohlor llros.
wilt open their Eighth stroet markot this
morning, and we advlso thoso who wish
k flno article of frcih meat to give thorn a
call. They will bavo ovory variety on
snV, and all of tho very best quality
O and sco them.
Arlington garden feitival Tuesday
1.. U. A. Parker Karl of Cobden, will
lecture bofore tho Llboral Kullgious as
tnrtktlnn nt thnlr ball. "" Twelfth
str,it nd Washlrs"" avonuo. Sunday
svptilnK at S o'clok p. m. Subject
"Unity of llollglons." Th public aro
Invltod to attend, l.ecturo freo.
tl7.fi.23 'Jt Ex. Com.
How amoni Cooks. A lively right
occurred yosturday just beforo dinner in n
down toun boarding home. The land
lady and thecolorod cook had r. disputo
about some trivial matter, which was Anal
ly settled by tho land lady giving the
cook a "riht smart' whipping. No
arrts wcro made.
Demmiuent Taxks. Too salo of
lands and lots in the county and city on
which taxes have not bocn pail, will com
menco to-morrow morning. At tho lato
mteting of the city council, Comptroller
Cox was instructed to attend tho sale and
in the name of tbo city bid in such lets as
aro delinqnt for spocial asieisments, etc.
Notice to IlriLDEns. HavJng started
up our taw mill again, wo aro now pre
pared to furnish all kinds of building
mate. 1st at lower prices, delivered, than
they can be brought from country mills,
Wo bavo alio on hand two hundred
thousand foot of assorted lumueh that
was colored by sipe walor that wo will
sell nt (rom $7 to $10 per 1000 tcet.
Wall J; E.st.
Don't torget tbo festival Tueslsy night.
Filliko. Tho mayor's streot-fllling
suggestion ' good ono; but, unfortun
:iy, street-SllIng will not keep sipe
v tt-ir out of the city. Wo mutt tlther
C rri -t, caulk or roof the city. We
k ' to bolievo that caulklne
v j the cheapest way to keep
'.bu r w...uron tho outsldo of the
levjc- " un dispose of the river
v. ' oy drinking it. '
ImU A V. ItoAD. Tho racolvors of
the C. & V. road are becoming accus
tomed to tho harness. Matters at head
q')rtor nro moving amoolbly. Mr.
Goodrich, tho general pasienger and
freight ngent, will, wo bavo no doubt, bo
a popular officer. The business men of
tho city who havo coino into contact with
him, all speak of him iu tho most corapli-
icD Let's all go lo tho German school
picnic at .School's garduu on Monday, May
th. 0C 5-23-2t.
Koll c v Honor. Tho following pupils
aro onlitlod to havo their names on tbo
roll of honor In room No. 3, Thir
teenth street school, for tho week ending
May 22, 1871: Lilly Martin, Mlnnlo
Killlo, FJoronco Erwin, Tenio Wood
ward, lletty Korsmoyer, Mfnnlo Balrd,
Katie Parsons, Maud Kittonbouio, Julia
Oshoa, Mary Hacker, Kflio Ooloinan, El
la Gary, Mary Frasor, Allco Fraier, Llz
zlo Standi, Wllllo Wallar, Wlllio Clarke,
The Toesdat Excubsionisih. Tlio
committee of arrangoments of our lato
Sunday school reception bas appointod a
committor, consislitg of tho pastor of
etch church ot the city, tho superintend
ent of each Sunday school, and one mem"
bar of each church to bo selected by tho
pastor, to meet the Milan excursionists,
who will arrive In this city via tbo Mis
sissippi Central, on Tuosdny next. Tho
commlttoo will meet the excursionists at
at D. Arter A
Five Ciuaiw Potor b&up, mnnufiic.
turerol cigars nnd dcalor In all kinds of
tobacco and smokrr's nrticlei, No. 102
Commercial uvonue, has on hand a stock
of his celubrated brands of cigars, to which
ho invites the attention of dealers In such
goods. Thoso cigars havo a wido-spread
reputatltu rs being as good ns any ovor
otTorod In this markot, nnd tho figures at
wmcn mey aro sold aro suro to nttract
attention. Ho icvitos an examination of
his goods and pricos, and warrants what
ho sells to bo just wbnt ho ropresonts
them to bu or monoy rutunCad.
Mit. Oiierly'u Lecture. The last lec
ture of the high school course will bo
majf, to-morrow night by Mr. Oborly
iias selected for his subjocl, "Tho Two
W's." n i. pmbablo he will discuss tho
wmpernnco and woman questions, and
may advocate doctrluns that vrlll giro of
Uns to thoso who believe all mun ,ho,d
throW up lhalr c&p, ,n ,)OMor of
SilllCIT and Hoiinr .l.lnbl. . '.
who believe woman not entitled to the
enjoyment or any of tho political rights
possessed by man; but he may talo posi
lions that will shock tomporaneo people
nnd tho champions ot wuman'a rights.
at 1). Arter A-
a 0-10 lm
This German School Picnic. The
German school picnic and enterlainmett
at Washington gardon on Monday, 25th
inst, promtsos to bo a very interesting af
fair. Tho ground! will bo very hand
somoly docoralod, good muslo will be in
attendanco through tbo day; nnd of ro-
frcsbmenti thoro will bo an abundance
for all who may altond. A flno band of
music will lond tho ihtrm of swoct
sounds to tbo ocoasion, a&J should any of
thoparty wish to Join in a danco cor-
talnly no objection can bo mado. Ills
hopod thoto will bo a large attendance.
Tho picnic will concludo with a ball In
A rlOHT. We undertUnd that nt a
lato hour on Friday night sevoral citizens
wore standing at tho lorner of Tenth
Strost and asblncton avonuo. and dui-
ing thoir convocation the sowor question
was broachod, Tbero wnt a wido ditfer
onco of opinion as to tho proper mode to
provent tho sipe water gottlng In tho city
Two of tho numbor, who are particularly
Interested in tho sipe wuttr .juesUno.botl
being owners of propurty In tho "inun
datol districts," argutd tho matter with
considerable spltlt, and finally camo to
angry word'i Citizen No. 1 intimated
that citizen No. i! did "not know what ho
was talking aboti'; ' and In turn clllaen
No. 'i intlmatod Him aayone who said
thai "was n liar and the truth wasn
la htm.1' Just about this timo tho Ind
catlcns for a flrst-class llitlculV woro uxco
lent, but frlonds interposod and put n t !"
to all further proceedings in the promise
ino manor lus boon sciilou inj tbo gon
tlemen aro friends again, i
Kikii leu fc lluo. This Jinn having
taken charge of their Kigbth'Strout Meat
Market, have Inaugurated n'new system
of doing bufiiicss a system that will bo
suro to givo sttlsfaction to thoir patron
lieing wholeialedealors in the meat trad
they aro enabled to sol, hotter mnt for
loss monoy than any othor ostablisbmon
In tbo city. Thoy will d) a strictly cat
business, crediting nobody, and hopo tha
no person will apply for credit, as it will
certainly be refused. This system will bo
adhearod to in order that they may not bo
compelled to chargo caih custoncrs
enough to mako up for bad debts. They
will open their shop ot this (Sslurdav
morning, when will jo olforod to th
public, nt uouiually low prices, th
choicest froih meats of all kinds such as
boef, veal, mutton, pork, etc. Thev will
also bavo frc sautapo for salo every
morning. Ttty solicit a sbaro of publi
patronage 81 S-'JO-Ct
Tub MlUale I.westioation. Th
committee appe.nted at the last meeting
of tbo city council met last night at tho
city clork's ofiice. Mayor Wood and Al
dcniieu Italliday and Morris wore pro!nt
Aldormen a!dr and Sup absent.
Tho clork admlnisterod to each of tho
cornmltteo an oath to make tbo investiga
tion without fear or favor.
Alderman Morris in tho .hair.
tTbe mayor asked If thero wero any writ
ten charges preferred agAlnst Mr.MclInlo.
Too chairman rcplloj : "Thero aro
Tbo mayor then naovc-d that all charges
be preferred In writing. Adopted.
Mr. Marx, the clothier, v,ho has had
the misfortuno .to suffer from 11 ro and
robbers, was presont to profer charges.
Ho was askod if ho bad any to make. 11 )
replied : "Not particulary," and asked to
bo excusod until Monday evening.
Marshal McUale asked that Mr. Marx
bo pormittod to make bis charges ver
bally. Tho mayor suggested that Aldorrann
Walder and Saup, who had votel against
confirmation, would probably dosiro to
hear nil tho ovidence, ncd hi thoreforo
wlshod no evidence tobetakmln their
Alderman Halliday moved that when
tbo committee adjourn it bo intil Tuns
day night next, whon all tb, chargos
must bo profcrred. Carrie 1.
Miss Jennlo Wilson, the ml tross of the
man who is said to havo rmdo certain
charges agtinit McIIale, was presont.
Bbo was askod If sho had any chargos to
make against Marsha; il.IIsig, Hho re
plied that sho had no that sto was pres
ent as a witness.
The commlttoo tbenad, jurr.od.
CARD OF THANKS.
Complimentary nitioH aro common
andchoap, but we, tie underslgnod ox
curslonists, tako spesal ploasuro in ex
pressing nur thanks t the cfllcers of the
Mobile nnd Ohio rulroil company, for
their liberality and cimforUulo transpor
tation to bring us to Oolumbus,Kentucky,
and to Conductor ? II. Smith und hi j
subordinates, for pulite attunliun shown
and watchfulness to prevent accidr.t.
Wo oxpoct'id u roccption, but falling
into tbo open arms of such a hospitality
as tho froo-beartod Calroites extundod to
us cannot bo LrgotUn wlillu memory
J U Holmes,
J N MoDailel, nj0r
V .1 J)avtion,
.1 H Iligg', Trenton
J II W J'ino-, Union City
F II Fuber, Kdito'r Orookott county
H W Jarroll, Konton "
W K Collins, f
AV AThompsun.M I), Humboldt
(1 W Day,
J O MoOlcsky
0 II Ferrell,
N O Atkins,
Ely W Ing,
H W Sharp,
G W Johnson, u
and iiianyothe s.
. 3MYTH & Co.-.)iirtr for sale 50,000
old cigars, which thoy will soli choap nnd
guarantee to bo good tobacco nnd emoko
woll. Wbolctalo from 1S to $30 por
1,000; rotnil, two t0 uvo cont9 mcu 0no
thousand pounds IIuq smoking tobacco In
ono nnd ono and a half pound paokngns.
Thoy alio havo 10 barrela good vlnogar; a
platform counter wales, and ono piitont
conl oil can, which they w 111 full nt n bar
ANOTHER BATCH OF PIUSONKKS
THE OltlMlNAli DOCKET ONLY
HALF DISPOSED OF.
CIRCUIT COURT MAY TERM, 1871 -HJXTH
Judge D.J. rUkorj Sheriff A. 11. Irvln,
vio., ii.c. xuLiiiu, ana j-, n. rope;
County AllOnijy. r
Tho circuit court Is sill grln'drng away
THE CRIMINAL U0CKET
second indictment against Goo. Dun
tans was roturncd by tho grand Jury for
an uttompt to assassinate ono Haynoi
.Tu.,u iuuj, i nny uarier a hnuso on
,H ..1 M .. . . .
l ourtu street In January last, Duncans
was brough into court and plead not guilty
lo tho charge. A jury was callod and the
caso procoeded with. II. lllack appcarod
for tho prisoner, and County Attornoy
l'opo for the people Tho trial did not
tako up much time, only two or thrco
witnesses being examined Tho Jury
retired, and in a few mlnutos roturnod a
verdict of guilty and fixed tho punish
ment ot tbe prisoner at flvo years in tho
ltuck tlliami, tho negro whosnalchoi
John McGlllli' wsteb on Oommorcial nr
enuo near ino Jlocklor houso sumo two
months ago, was brought up for sontence,
Ho Is a largo man and in good health
and will devoto tho noxt sovon years
tils nro In cracking stones In the pcnl
tentiarp nt Jolict.
D.inlel DoLusOhoe, the murderer
unian .ionc, near tho rrildonco of Mr.
Smallcnbcrg, In tho upper part of tho city
some iwj montlis ago was nelitenced to
serve fifteen yars in the stnto penllontl
ary, j;o mschae may tUnk his stars
thnt his ca'. w,s not submitted to a jury,
li it baa wo would have been called upon
io caronicio nnotuor banging, sure.
Cbarly Williams lay.drunki i. worth
hss Oharlie.hasat last got his lust ueerts
Ho is going to tho ponltontlary, where, If
uo uau rcceivea just punlshinint.bo would
hnvo gone long ago. Soma timo ago Jim
bummerwoll lost a lot of carpentor a tool
nnd after diligent inquiry ascertained tba
thoy bad boon stolon by Charllo William
Summcrwoll's narao was ststnped on tho
end ol each piece, but Oharloy, being un
nbloto read, was Ignorant of wbat nil
thoso hieroglyphics moant. V. M. Gilbert
defendod Charlie, and that ho did all h
could for his client is cortain ; but Ohar
lio's time has come, and tho jury returned
n vordlct of gully, and sentenced him to
eighteen months In tho penitentiary.
THE OR AND JURY
having complotod nil tho business brought
beforo thera,adjourned last ovening. Du
ring tho week the jury returnid twenty
Uvo true bills, betides inquiring into a
number of cases wherein it was conssder
ed Inadvisable to roturn bills. This was
goou work, and wo tako pleasure In as
suring the mombors, Individually Hnd col
loctlvoly, that they disposed ofthabusi
ness laid beforo thorn In un Intelligent
and coramendablo manner. Tbo grand
jury just adjourned wab tho best tho coun
try has had for years.
THE COUNTY JAIL.
Just beforo adjournment tho jury ftgrood
to submit tbo following report.
To the Hon. David J. llakor, judge of tho
circuit court of Alexander eounty, Illi-
nois: May torzn, 1871.
Tho grand Jurors chosen for this term
or the court, beg lcnvolo roportthat thoy
havo examined tho county Jail, and find
that tbo accommodations nro insulliciant
for the number of persons confinod thero-in-
Thom. W. Halliuay,
STItA WII EKKY" KESTI V A L.
Tho 'Indies of tho Mthodist church
will give a strawborry and ico cream fes
tival at Arlington gardon on Tuesday
ovonlng next, 25th inst. There will be a
beautiful supply of borries, cream and
flowers nnd everything will bo done to
rondor tho occasion onjoynblo and In
overy way plossant. All friends of tho
congregation aro Invited to attend.
Huxllo, Mattlo E
Thompson, T O
Wilbur, M L E
Hanks, A E
Kratzlngur, Evn 3
Urooks, L O
Harrier, L T
(ircwi),ool J II
Hopo F E
Hough T II
Forlnoy L H
Hall 1 A
Hay S K
Jones Tbos A
Lyon F V
Piorco, W II
Thorpe, A L
Wilcox, John It
wiuson, r it
Geo. W. McICkaio, P. M.
ICE OKEAM PAKLOK.
T. II, Ellis, nc tbo Arlington houso,
horoby announces thnt hu bas opened an
Ico croiun parlor at tho Arlington houso
for tliu accommodation of the publio.
Famllios supplied. All orders promptly
nttended to, 7l-5.17.tf
"Uitumm ol nmifort" nt 1), Arter A.
GERMAN SCHOOL PICNIC.
ecu eel's (iaiidkn,
MONDAY, May aOth.
Vocal nnd instrumental muslo nil day
concluding in tho cvnulng with a ball.
All friends of tha school nro Invitod. A
good timo nntisipalod. Admission to tho
grunds, 2Co. Children froc.
00.fi.23.2l The Committee.
CtET" Let's all goto tho Gormnn school
picnic at School' garden on Monday,
May 23th. 'J0-fi-23-.2t.
A furnlshod house, No. 30, Thirteenth
trcot. Apply lo Mrs. Kato Sunduskv,
riecnnd-hnnd clothing, watches, Jowelry,
pistols, A-c, bought and sold, Also n lot
Ilrussols' carpot, furniture, i If., for salo.
Upposite Cairo aud Vlnconnos rnllrond
depot. 1,18 2-27.tr M. Coyne
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1 ;
pound best cofloo mgar at $1, 3 pounds
of choico butter at $1; baking powder -lie
por lb; Imperial tea at il ; potatoes 30
cents per pick; 3 lbs coffco fl.at Wilcox's
lllock. 107 2. Mm.
A nuw bouse containing ll,ru rootr.r
nnd sido porch, two good lot', clitorn
nnd stablo. Thn property Is situated on
Twcnly-IIrst street lotweou Walnut and
Cedar streets. For further particular
inquire on the premises. 31.fi.7.1m
Tho two story brick house corner ol
Twontleth and Poplar streots. Is for rent
at k low prico. Tho hotito is now, with
good store room mi first floor and dwell
Ing up stairs, Enquiru at tho Accommo
dation house, No. Ohio lovec.
55-fi-13-12t It, K. White
ASSIGN EE SbALE.
lor tho next ton days I will oiler lor
sale tho stock of goods in storo, No. 12I
Oommorcial avenue, nt ioss than cost, and
nil thoso wishing book', stationery, brack
ots, ptcluro frames, mouldings, wrapping
paper, etc., should call oi.rly i.s everything
must bo sold Immudiat'jly.
Assignee of II. A. Hannon
DOGS' DOGS '
Notice 1 1 hereby given that on and
after Juno 1st, all dogs nnd sluts found
running nt large will bo killed by tne, or
undor my diroctlon, unless tho required
tax is paid on tbu same.
1 will receive dog tax on and aftor
May 22nd at tho city clerks office.
Wm. Mi-Hale, City Marshal.
Horace A. Hannon, having this day
malo nn assignment to tho underalgned
for tho equal benefit of ;bl creditors, all
persons having claims nguirib. him, nro
hereby notified to present tho samo for
adjustment, and all porsuns Indebted to
said Hannon aro notified to call nnd mako
sottloment, or I shall proceed locolloot by
suit. IIyhon F. Jll.AKK,
Assignee of Horace A. Hannon.
Cairo, Ills., May 20. 00-5-2l-.it
G. C. Hodon, Director of Conservatory
or Music, nnd Tenchcr or Voc.l, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction given in
ull stringed and wind instruments. Klo-
mcntnry principles, thorough bass, har
mony and counter point. Unprecedented
Inducements oll'orod. Thoso wishing to
sccuro his eervicos will pienio apply at
tho Conservatory or Music corner or
Twelfth street and Washington nvouuo.
l'ianort tuned and ropairod.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Cairo, Muy 10, 1 87 i.
Not, ce, Tbo firm of D. Hartman it
Co, bas bcon dltsolvcd this day by mutual
AUOUHT "W. OsTERI.011.
S. A, Silver,
R. H. Cunningham. 63 20-tf
Cairo, May 10, 1874.
I havo this day sold out all my intorost
in tbu firm of D. Unrtman i: Co , to I)
Hartman, and all debts duo tbo firm will
be sottlcd by D. Hartman.
AuoutT W. Outer oh.
R. II. Cunninoiiam. 87-5.20-tf
Millinery. Mrs. Hogarth & Co. do
tiro to call tho attention or tho- ladlos oT
Cairo and vicinity to thoir display or mil
Unary and futxy goods, Having secured
thoeorvicus of ono of tho best trimmers
in tho West, they Teol confident tht thoy
can suit tho tno.t oxactlng taste. Dresa
making done in tho latest styles on short
notice Price) rensonablo. A call is ro
spoctlully solicited, No, III Commorela
nvonuo, ono dopr south of tho popular
dry goods storo or J. Ilurgcr. 74-1-2 l-tf,
Millinery. Mrs. .luckton, I'onnorJy
Mrs. Swundar, is now on hand with tho
choapost stock or Millinery in Cairo
Sho has loA'orod her houso oven with thn
sidewalk to givo the Indies tin easy on
tranco nnd lias lowored her prico to give
them nil n chnnco to buy n beautiful spring
hat or bonnet nnd anything ulso in her
lino thnt they tuny want, Hor utoro Is
now one of the most attrnclivu, na it hns
long boon ono of tho c he up est places In
town to buy. Call nnd eoo hor nnd bo con
vinced. 18 0-3-lw
Health and Pure atkr, Porsoru
wanting clstorna repaired or new onos
built can bo uecommodntol in a satisfac
tory mannor by calling on tho uudor
aignod on Cross street, or by addressing
box fi"0, P. O,, or by leaving word at city
clerk' oillcu, J, S. Hawkins.
For Stovk.m, Tinwarojtoilolwaro, steam
cooking vossels, broilers, bird cngos, Inn
orni, goto springH, gato liingos, tablo and
pocket cutlery, I'.utinu Irons. Also fur
roofing, gutters and spouting, go to A.
Halloy's, 109 Washington avenue, near
Tenth stioet. 60 M7-lm.
The Monitor. For the Monitor, tho
host conl Cook Stovo ovor mado or tbe
Fashion, tho champion wood Cook of tho
West, go to A. Halloy's, JOB Washington
avenue, near Month street.
CfcrJust received ana for fate by
Mathuss tSi Ub), CI Ohlolovoo, 20,000 lb
bacon tldos, hams and shoulders ; twenty-
flvo bills now polatoos; 26 boxes lemons.
Why Miss Anim, whoro did you get
that nice hal? At Mrs. Hull.' Mil-
llnory storo, cornor ol Washington av
enue and Eleventh stroot. Sho has tho
latest (Millions, and the nicest and cheap
est hats that ovor camo to Cairo.
To all, particularly Invalids, spring is
f trying seAion. Indications of sickness
fhould nt onco' bo attondod to. Fatal
diseases may bn causod by allowing thn
bowols to bi'coino constipated, and the
system lo remain in n disordered condition,
until tho disorder has time to develop It
self. An ouno of provontlon is worth a
pound of euro, is an old and truthftl say
ing. Tliorntoro, wo ndviso all who nre
troubled with tho complaints now very
provalebt beadacho, Indigestion, di
ordored liver, want of nppo-
tlto, nsaicft, or fevorlsli skin,
to tako, without delay, Schenrk's Man-
drakn Pills. Wo know ot no remedy so
harmless and decisive In its action. It at
onco strikes nt the root of tho disease nnd
producos a healthy tono to the system.
Peoplo need never suffer from any dlreasu
arising from a dliordcrod condition or tbo
livor if they would take this oxcellont
medicino whon thoy feol tbe first Indica
tions of the malady. Families leaving
homo for tho summer months should lake
thrr-e or four boxes or thoso pills with
them, Tlioy have an almost instantane
ous effect. They will relieve thn patient
or hondacho In ono or two hours, nnd will
rapidly cleanse ttm liver or surrounding
bile, and will ttlecluatly prevont a bilious
attack. They aro sold by all druggists.
UC 4-80-1 m-eod
1 take pleasure in calling
the attention of tho public to
iny flesh and full stock oi
now and elegant Furniture, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and "Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
3edstcad, AVadrobcs, JJu-
reaus, Sideboards, Wash-
stands, Tables, Chairs, 3iug
gics, Matrasses and, In .1 word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture- in this
city, 1 propose offering better
goods at lower prices, and
have made a large redxjtkw
iu the n'i:ss oi .li my goods.
Qjy r.i.d examine my stock
nn A secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trade I oiler special induce
ments. Noto the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer iu Fur.
niturc and MutrathCf.
DiiRciiswnrc, China, (ilasvarc, Itock
ciiliuiii nnd Yi'Ilotv Witro, rjlourtYitre,
Clilim Ornaments and Toys, Funcy
GouiN, Plaledwnri', Tab Id nnd
Pocket Cutlery, I.ainpx, Ijtnp
Cliliiinoj h, Lamp Trimmings,
Looking (Hii8.sc h, etc.
In fact every kind or goods belonging to a
QUEENSW A EE
For the next tiixly iliiyn I will oflcr the
aboto go"il!i ut aud below cot,for caMi only.
T lie goodB must ho Koldto cloiu the concern.
CIom! buvera uro chperlally Invited, either to
cf.mo unil ice for thcmtelvcH or send their
orders, In clllicrcsnj Igunmnteoaatlslaetlou
J. t. tiiomah,
Aitklgnco ori'ar.-on, Dals A- uo,
(.'ulio, HI., April l.'i, lbTI.
PINE M1LL1NEKY GOODS
I'UKSIl Nl'KIAU UOODK
MRS. M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Urn. Swanders,)
anuounceH that alio baa just, opened a lary
aHvortment ol tliu
Millinery (loodn to bo lounil in tbo market
Shu will keep ou baud
tIATK, HONNE'IH, L0WK11H, JlIDIIOMa,
DllKHN TUUIHINOH OY ALL KlND,
Laiiieb Fuhnihiiinq GOOD. NOTIONS.
COLLARH, UNIIKRHLKEVEH, liVrtB,
And all uoodK lound lii nillMnory ftorea, all
ol whieli will bo iliHpoxuil oi at tho lowest
cii.li prices, Mrn. JncWnon respeelfUlly
alii continuation of Uie pataonage which
Iiun liooii xo Hbiiialljr busUowed upon her by
tbo ludleeof Cairo and the vicinity,