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JOf! ICE! ICE!
JtE, L00MI8 & CO.,
,et grtat plessur In announcing that
t erenow prepared to supply ever) body
,Ui lake loe of the very best quality, cither
.t their how or at the stores. Orders
sborJUl be ltd at the offlco, ao. CO Ohio
Una. M-MMm .
Netlce.M hereby given that all charges
acalnrt Chief ot Police Mcllalc for Invritl
ratten, must bo placed In the handi of the
chairman of the committee with the names
ol lha wltneeses, before Tucday evening,
May 96tb, 1874. at 8 o'clook. Tic name
must lie mado-ln writing and olgned by
the complainant. Any charges mado alter
tlili Uiue will not be considered.
W. JI. MomttH,
Chairman ol Committee.
WALL & EN l ,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
POPLAR.OAK, CYPRUS, A.8U, UUM
AMD COTTONWOOD, BUH
DREB8BD PINK, AbH AMD POP
LAB FLOORING. OEILNO JltiV
tSrOfflce at aaw mill on comer of Twcn-ty-esrond
street and Ohio Levee.
In order that Memorial Day may be appto
atly obterved,tbe citizens ol Mound
City bara arranged for Its
proper celebration on
Saturday, May 30, 1874
AT THAT CITY.
The accomuodatlous will be atnplo for sev
eral thousand people.
The orator of the day will be
OOVERNOK OP ILLINOIS.
Other eminent publleiuen will be present and
The Ladles who Intend to be present, lire
requested to taku garlands and bou
quets ot flower unarruogfd.
Tbo following commttteos have been
couiirrrcx on arkanqkukhth.
Geo Hertz, Sr, Y I, Uambleton,
Daniel Uogaii, Uco .Stnltz,
U F Meyer. Isaac Itoeil.
Oco W llllnn.
couutrrxs ok oration.
I- rea corson.
COIfUlTTIK OH riXANCK.
lohn W Carter, II V 1'otti r.
Mm A WAiii.l. rr u it....
Lutz, I)r. Lonaev.' Vlnnni
UlSotucer Jame llrowncr.
comuittkk on music.
1 V,' Dyer, L O llarrl",
J-.il II sy es.
COMMITTRl ON TKlXbl'QhTlTinv
ohu W Carur, Dr. Oawy.
IF Potter, PWCorMin.
Lounnberr. v v irt..
ineijwrtn. Jt H Casey ,
i Uoan, John Llncgkr,
11 li U'.1L
OK JLOWKM AND DXOOlU'flOU.
Shlppen, chairman K fi Chester,
AEIdred. Unit c.h..
an llogan, OW Fetter,'
. II CmIo,
fill" A '''"'.
H W Ooode,
H J Oraddy,
v M r ''
J M IHvlXV
ci a ida era hi.
dee Ut (fner,
orjonunoou. c n ......
MeCartoey, - j j Willis,
j wiuiain warn.
j . -"-Minn.
jFatrtdge, W li liesul,
A LINK COUNTr.
Vwoytr, cm floAB.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to tike from us a thomand bill
iichii goad paper and tlncly printed, lor
One thousand statement printed at Tut:
IIuli.ktin olllce lor $u.ro.
Oca tlintitand note heads nrln'cd nt Tiik
litllXXTl.N olllce for $1X0; two thousand lor
Olio thousand business card', fine llrbtol
beard, prloted at Tiik 1SUI.I.KT1N ofllco lor
from to ?i.uu, according to size.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1874.
LOCAL INDEX FINGERS.
Go to "Wilcox' for itrawborrloi.
Call and ezatiuno
at D, Arlor & Co'i.
tbo now sash-lock
MofiquiTO wlro Bcrcon cloth at Ilalloy's
cheaper than tho cheanost. 6G 4-17-lm
1-V anted, at tho St. Oharlci Ilotol,
ono hundrod day boardor at tho roducod
cu mo tho now sash-lock
t v. Artor & Co'. 44-a-io-im
llKNnr Kicmioir U now proparod to
repair, varmih and polish furnlturo and
pianos in tho vory best manner.
"t 5-17.3 m
Tiik largoit and boit-solccted stock
of FURNITURE for talo at wholesale
and retail by 1IEMUY EIOHUOFK, No.
110, Commorclnl avonuo,opposlto Seventh
street. 74 &-17-3m
Poucb Court, llusineis In polico
court yoitorday was as dry as dry could
atfV-Wanlod. at tbo tit. Charles llolol.
I a stout, healthy woman to wash and iron
In tho laundry. 78-G-lt)-Jt
Flvo thousand fruit barrels for sale.
Enquire of Ilalliday Uro'e, Mo. 70, Ohio
leveo, Cairo; or
Geo. Hukns, Agent,
J 1-6-2 2-30 1 Mound City, 111
Soiia. For n ulass of good soda
wator go to Tom aulluvan'i, Commorcial
avenue, betwuon Ninth and Tenth etrootf.
Hotter soda water cannot bo hud in tho
Oh Sunday. Tho lecturo ot Mr
Oborly will bs published in full on (Jun-
dayinorslng. noliavo already orders
for a largo number of extra copies.
Tiihkk. Tliroo largo, elegant and vory
desirable family rooms, fronting on the
Ohio rlvir, can bo obtained with board
at the at. Charles, during tho summor
months, at reduced rates. 03 6-22-tf,
Policx Couht. rollco court woars
iti usual air of dullness. OtTondors
against the poaco nnd dignity of tho city
are few and far betwoen.
Losr. Hunch of key of, ono brass olllce
key, one brass post olllce koy, 11 at brass
key, and llvo or more Iron keyei. Tho
Under will obligo by leaving at HiiLLi
tin olllco, or post olUcc. 0 0-27-71
Nuxt Euniia v. Tho Mothodlit
concrogatlon expect to hold services in
their church noxt Sunday. Tho Metho
dlst church Is now ono of tho handsomest
in tho city.
Tax balks Collector Irvln was on
gagod all day yestorday in disposing of
property delinquent for taxes. Tho list
of property on which taxos havo not boon
paid Is larger than for sovoral years
nt O. Artor &
Kk-oI'KNKD Mr. Carl Peters, the blaok
smith, cornor of Elovonth and Poplar
stroets, has re-opened bis shop nnd Is now
ready to do any and nil kinds ot work in
bis line. Ho wishes his old frlonda nnd
all others who may havo work to do to
glvo him n call.
Pkrsonil-O. W. WaF Esq., of Du
Quoin, Is In attendance oh circuit court.
Mr, E A. Collins, n loading dry
goods morcbant of Milan, Tenr.esseo, was
una of tbo party of excursionists to Cairo
yesterday, Ho was surprlied to see
Cairo tho nno city It Is,
Fxstival. -Kev. Mr. Bradley's congre
gation commenced a festival for thobuno
lit of tbo church last night, which will bo
continued to-night and ovory othor nigh
during the week. The church, tho Anil-
och Baptist MUiIonnry ohurub -It lucato
on Fifteenth street, betwuon Cedar an
Walnut. Everybodyjs Invited.
iiiii.K5.-jjr. uuouy uoiires u to re
turn thanks to tho ladiei who baya nudo
rn.. . t . - t
bli sanctum beautiful and fragrant with
oouqueti, presented to him with thanks
for bis lecture on "Wine and Wornon.'
He Is well psid by thuio flattorini; testi
monials' for all tho labor bo beitowod upon
i-AKLon iONCKuT. j nu noxt parlor
ooncert under the auipiccs of tho ladles
of the Episcopal church will bo held at
tbo reildonca of Judge D. J. Ilaker,
"Washington avenue, between Nineteenth
and Twentieth streets, on to-morrow
(Thursday) evening, Tho exorcilos will
be of an Intereitlng character and suro
to glvo plosiure t thoie who way attend.
Tnil FxsTIVA L. Tbo strawberry feltl
val at tho Arlington bouse last ovonlng
under the auspices of tbo ladiei of the
Metnoam -cregatlon was attend.d
by an unusually l.,g0 numbor of
or the kind ever K,vm te city. i.
was a success, both in point ot atUnd,,
Hotji. Arrivals Tbo folwolin
the arrivals at the Delmonlco w.i . .
lory; Ms J Fayno and family, Chicago; A
Melionhclraor, Dongola; S H Fcnn,
Oblnksvillo;Thos .1 Watklns, .lonosbor.'
Wm Twcddlo, Ht Louli: S D Hay, Texas;
OW Firm, Ulllrij Wm Jonos, Ullinj O
Uurton, Carbondole; O Goupb. Momphis;
Dr l'arkorson, Wheeling, Va; Ooo For-
geson, O A & T K II; It W Davis, Doxtor,
Mo; J Vf AVIllor, Dexter, Mo.
Ok Hnturday May, 20, trains on Cairo
and vineennoa Itallroad will run boVweon
Cairo and Moutid City as follow!:
Leaving Oalroat?:l0 a. in , 1:30 p. in.,
and I p. m.
Loavlng Mound City nt 10:30 n. m.,
lV;lu p.m., and C'.lOp.m.
M. II. (ioountcn,
8-G-U7-4t (icnoral Ticket Agont.
A LotofNkw Huooirh. Win, Elob.
hoU', wholosalo and rotall doalor In furni
ture, liielory at tho cornor of Seventeenth
itroet and Washington avenuo, withes to
Inform tho pooplo of Cairo that no has
Just rocoivod a lot of chlldron's bugqlos
and carriages, which ho odors to toll at
aslonlshlnuly low pricoi. l'uronts in want
of such artidos aro respectfully roipiostcd
tu call nnd exmnino his stock boforo pur
chasing elsowhoro. 4-ft-l!7-tf
NoTtcr. to livJII.DKUS. Having started
up our saw mill again, wo aro now pro
pared to furnish all kinds of "building
matorlal at lower prices, delivered, than
It can bo bought from country milli,
IV o I.aru alio on hand two hundrod
thousand foot of abioutkd i.umhkii that
was colorod by sipo wator that wo will
soli at from $7 to $10 par 1000 toot.
WALL iV K.VT.
Fink Chi aim. Voter fciaup, lnunufno-
turor of cigars nnd Ocular in nil kinds of
tobacco and smoker's artlc'.os No. 102
Commercial u von lie, has on hand it stock
of his colobratud brands of cigars, to which
ho invltos tho attontion of denlors In such
goods. Thceo cigars hnvo iv wldo-spread
reputatian rs being ns good tunny over
offorod in this inarkot, nnd tho figures at
which thoy nro sold nro suro to attract
attention. Ho icvltos an examination ol
his goods and pricos, and warrants what
ho sells to bo just what ho ropreients
them to bo or monoy rofundnd.
"Wr call attontion this morning to tbo
card of Moesn. Thomas Sproat Sons,
wholesalo nnd rotnil ico dealers, cornor of
Tenth streot nnd Ohio lovuu. Thoso gen
tleinun hnvo also a branch olllco In Col
umbus, Ky., which point, until tho com
plotlon of tho Mlislsiippi central oxten
slon, had boon their bcadquartors. Thoy
havo como to Cairo to stay, having bought
four lots noar tho inclined piano on which
thoy propoio to erect their immonso ico
bouses, from which ico will bo shipped to
all points on tho railroads south, nccom
paniod by their regular mnexongors, who
will distribute it by tho cako or thousand
pounds trom tho cars.
Tiik McIIalk Invkstioation. Tho
committoo to investigate- chargos ngalnft
the olllcial conduct of Chief ot Polico Mc
llalo hold another meeting last night.
All tho mombors of tho committed, Mayor
Wood, and Alderman Morris, Simp, AVnl
dor and Ilalliday, woro proaont nt tbo
mooting. Tho committoo met at
olcht o clock, whon tho meeting was
called to order, nnd Aldorman Morris,
chalrmrn, announced that ho had not, In
accorditnco with tho notice published in
Tiik Hullktin of Sunday nnd Tuesday
mornings, rocoivod any wrltton charges
against tho chiof. Tho commitlo con
cluded to "wait hwhllo," in order
to glvo an opportunity to uny
ono who might doairo to
profer chargos to do so. Thoy waitod un
til noarly ton o'clock, and it nppenring
that no ono had anything to chnrgo
against tho chiof, tho committoo adjourned
sine the. And thus tho bottom has drop
ped out nf tho wholo alfair.
Latk Hours. Wo ofton wonder if
Cairo parents sutllciontly roitrict tho
street prlvllogrs of their boys aftor night
Tho sruwd of boys that congregate in tho
stroeU of tho city, night alter night, nnd
indulgo in noisy, boisterous sports, Bug
gest tho answer that thoy do not. It
thepractlco of scores and hundreds
Cairo boys to dovoto their cvonings
street associations. If parents 'properly
appreciated tho groat dangor that lurk
In this practice, thoy would euroly assert
tboir authority to put a stop to it. Nothing
so certainly nnd spoodily mark) tho down
ward careor of young boys as this habit. It
leads to vulgar and profano languago, n
debased and unhealthy state of mind, ob
scene practicos, criminal sontimonts,, and
a lawless, rowdish and brnzjn bearing
It is in streets aftor night that boys form
their ovll associations, and acquire a taelo
for thoso indulgences that render them
dissolute and dlislpatod mon ; and
many Instances bring them to dlsgrnco
ana tue lellon s cell, Wo usk parants -who
allow their little boys to run tho streets
until lata hours in tho night If this is not
Dons. Dog, uiey yelp, map, snarl and
barknt ono on ovory sidw through fonco;
irom door stoopi and door-ways, from
snou lops and out of cellar holes. They
seem to bnvo boon sont upon us as tin in
fliction. They nro moro numorons than
Uco In Egypt and twico as disagrecablo,
Evory street In tho city Is cursed 'with a
uoztn worm less curi ol ovory decree On
Twolfth stroet tboro is a saucy terrier that
novor loosos an opportunity to nip our
"calf with unfiilllug certniuty overy
,t. . , . . . . . .,
timu wo mi( mo airoei. i oi uio ownor
soothingly assures us that tho phyful
creature was "nover known to blto n
kitten j" all of which may bo true but
that he has a "hankering" for larger gnmo
wo carry convincing! Jr Jof, In tho lace
of all these outrages on tho part cf the
ton thouiand .worthless ours of tbu olty,
we call for a "swoop" upon thom bb-
little, blaok, spottod, cross and amlbln
dogs of evory kind that contnbuto to the
vocalization of the hours when people aro
supposed to be sloeping. Uo in I Ilruln
em i uut, slash, shoot, slav I n,n,i
men toll no tales." Doad doi?s novnrLi,,.
the hydrophobia. There's oursontiiuents,
Til HI U EX0UK31ON TO THIS CITY
A it 10
CltO WD AND
Cairo seems to bnvo becomo n prom -
nont point for oxcurslou partln, two ol
tho largost that wu havo coin for eovornl
years having paid tho city a visit within
tho last week. On Frldny lait tho Sun
day schools of Ilunibolt, TrcnVon, Union
City and sovernl other Tcnnonoo towns,
paid our city n vltli, ana woro received
nnd entort&lnod In n mosl hospllallo man
ner by our peoplo. ;
Ycitcrdny tho Sunday (chools of Milnn
and sovurol ndJncont villngos came to seo
tho city nnd get ncqualntod with our poo-
pic; nud though tboro tna not qulto so
much display as on thoioccaalon of tho
visit of Friday last, tho ro-.cption and
wolcomooxtondod thorn wis nono tho lots
lincoro nnd hcnrtlelt.
In accordance with tlio' announcement
mdo in tho Hulliti.v of yesterday morn
Ing tho commlltoo appointed to recolvo
nnd eicort tho excursionists to tho city,
boardod tho transfer steano. 11. H. Mc
Comb at ono o clock to trois tho river to
l'lllmoro City whoro thoy would moet
tho excursion train.
Tbo lollowlnc namea gsntiomcn com
Mm rnt,,mlllnf.nd all nf thnm worn
at tholr post: Mayor Wood, Itev 11. ).
Thayor, llov. Charles A. Gilbert, U. H.
Candeo, Jas. S. Swayue, L.Lincoln, ,1. II.
Kcod, John Antrim, Mr. Thonii, J. II,
Poillli, Hon- 1). V. Munn
W 11 Gilbert, (i M Aldon, It .1 Cundiir,
AMCundiJ, Hon .1 P Cumblo, 11 F
Parker, h W Stillwoll, W Stratton and
II Watson "Webb, and n nimbor of citi-
When tho transfer arrive! nt Flllmoro
tbo oxcursionliti had nrrhod and wero
waiting to bo transported to Cairo
A reception committee or behalf of the
Cairo schools, and Profiisors Parker,
Kennedy and Wulkor of tin Milan excur
sionists, hold n coniultntion with Captain
McKinney of tbo Jlccomb, and it was
decided to hind the boat at Ilalliday Ilro.'s
wharfbent, whoro tho oxcinionlits would
dlsombark, and proceed tt once to tb
cornor of Seventh stroot nnd Commercial
avenue, whore tho addrcit or welcomo and
tho rosponso would take f luce. Arrived
attho wharfboat, tho oxcurslonists formed
in line, and procood by tho re
coptlon committco narched down
Sixth Btrcet. to the west sido
of and up Commercial a.'onuo to Win
tor's block, where tho pneossion hnlted.
Aftor considorttblo lolay and confusion
no inort', howovor, than U ususl on such
occasions. Everybody ww crowdod with
in hearing of tho spcakcr'i Bland . Hon
P. W. Munn thon stepped forward and
introduced tu tho assembly Hon, II, Wat
son Wobb. M r. Wobbspoko vory brlolly,
but to tho point, wolutming tho oxcur
slonists to tho city In (most hourly ami
At tho conclusion ol Mr. Wobb't
address, Kov. J. P. Wcnvor, of Milan,
oamo forward and rcspondod to tho wel
como address in u short bat well-timed
and appropriato ipocch.
Attho conclusion ot Mr. Wonvor's ro
sponso ho announced to tbo oxcurslonists
that thoy would moot at tho St. Charles
hotel and go from thoro 14 tho bont to
return homo. Aml.thus ondoJ tho roccp
lion so far ns the committoo was ron
cornod, and our vititori spent tho bahnce
of tbo tlmo whilo In tho city lookirg at
tho custom houio, the stsr-mboats etc
Thoy oxprcssod themselves well p'ousod
with tbo maunor In which tboy woro re
ceived, nnd many wont nway with ft more
lavornolo opinion ol Uulro and licr poo
plo than when tboy catno.
To all, particularly invalids, ipring Is
a trying season, Indications of sickness
should at onco bo attended to, Fatal
diseases may bo caused by allowing tho
bowels to bocomo constipa'.ed, and tbo
svstom to romaln In a disordered condition
until tho disordor has tlmo t) devalip it
self. An ounco of proyontlon is wcrth u
pound of euro, Is an old and truthful say
ing, inoroioro, wo nuviso an who nro
troubled with tho complaints now vory
provaloht boadacho, indigestion, ills
orucrou nvor, want oi oppo
tlte, ui.jsoa, or fevarish ekin
to tako, without dolay, Schmck s Man
drnko I'ills. Wo know of no remedy bo
harmless and decisive in Its notiun. It at
onco strikes at tho root of the disease and
produces a healthy tnno to tho lystom
Pooplo nood nover tutler from any dlsoaso
arising from n diiordorod condition of the
liver if tboy would tako thlj excellent
modicino when thoy fool tho first Indica
tions nf tho malady. Families leaving
homo for tho summor months should take
threo or four boxos of theso pills with
them, Tliev havo an almost instuntane
ous olfect. Thoy will relievo tho patient
of headache In onoortwo hours, and will
rapidly eleanso tho liver of surrounding
bllo, and will elloctiully provont bilious
attack. Thoy nro sold by all druggists.
II kali ii A.sn PuitK Wa i Kit. Porsons
wanting citterns repaired or now ones
built can bo accommodate! in a sntisfac
lory mannor by calling on iho undor-
slguod oil Cross stroot, or by nddrossing
box 0(0, r. u., or by leaving word nt city
clerk's ofllco J. S, Hawkins.
A furnlsliod hou60, No. iiu, Thlrtoonth
stroot. Apply to Mrs. Kate Suniiimkv.
FOlt &ALh. "
Second-band clothing, watches, lewolrv
pistols, &c, bought and sold. Alio n lot
Jlrussols' carpet, furniture, tts., for 4S;0
Opposlto Cairo nnd Vlnconnei railroad
depot. 188 2-27-tf M. Covnk
A now houso containing tlrcu rootRg
nnd sido poroh, two good lots, cistern
and stablo. Tho proporty is iiiu.in,! nn
Twonty-llrst streot botwoon Walnut and
Cedar stroots. For further particulars
inquire on tho promiBns, 31-5-7-lm
ATTENTION, BUSINESS MEN.
1 hero will bo n mooting of the mor-
chanU and buiinois mon of tho city nt
ton o'clock this morning, at tho chambor
of commerce, to mako nrrrangomonts for
tho rceoption of tho Tonnossoo oxcurslon-
Ills to arrive In tho city this aftornoon.
it isuesirnble that our merchants and
busincM men gonorally nttend this moat.
ing, as Important business will bo trans
acted. M D Thistle
11 A TllOHH
O D Williamson
E 0 Pack
S D Avitiw
Tkn pounds of brown sonar for $1 :
pounds best colloo sugar nt $1, 3 pounds
of choico buttor nt $1; baking powdor 45c
per id ; imperial tea nt $1 ; potatoes 30
cents por peck; 3J lbs coffoo Sl.at "Wilcox's
"lock. 107 2-l.lm.
ICE OKKAM PAltLOU.
T. II, hills, at tho Arlington house,
hcroby announcos that ho bns spopod nn
Ico croam parlor at tho Arlington houso
for tho accommodation of tho Public.
Families supplied. All ordors promptly
nttended to. 71-6-17.tf
HOUSE FOit KENT
iho two story brick houio cornor ot
Twontleth nnd Poplar stroots, Is for rent
t ft low prlco. TIlO llOUSO l HOW, with
goal itoro room on first floor and dwell
ing up stairs. Enquiro at tho Accommo
dation houio, No. 88 Ohio lovco.
65.0-13-r.it It. E. WitiTK.
ror thi noxt ton doys I will ollor for
inlo tho stock of goods in sloro, No. FJO
Commorcial nvonuo, at loss than cost, and
all those wishing books, stationery, brack'
ots, plcturo frames, mouldings, wrapping
paper, etc., should call early us everything
must bo sold Immediately.
Assignoo of U. A. llannon.
DOGS I DOGS!
Notlco Is boroby glvon that on nnd
after Juno lit, nil dogs and sluts found
runnlni; nt larno will bo killed by mo, or
undor my direction, unless tbo required
tax Is paid on tho sumn.
1 will recolvo dog tax on and nftor
May r.'nd at tho city clerks olllco.
Wm. McIIai.K, City Marshal,
nt D. Artor iV
Tbo ladies of tbo Methodist church
will glvo a strawborry nnd ico cream fes
tival ut Arlington gardon on Tuesday
ovoning noxt, i!5th inst. Tboro will bo a
beautiful supply of borrius, cream und
flowors und overythlng will bo dono to
rondor tbo occasion onjoynblu and in
ovory way ploasant. All frionds of tho
congregation aro invited to attend.
Horace A. llannon, having this day
mado an assignment to tho undersigned
for tho equal benellt of Jils crodltors, nil
persons having claims against him, nro
horoby notifiod to present tho samo for
adjustment, and all porsons Indobtod to
said llannon nro nottllod to call and mako
lottlomont, or I shall procood locolloot by
uit. Hyiion F. Hlakk,
Assignee of Horaco A. llannon.
Cairo, Ills., May 20. 005.21-31
O. 0. llodon, Director of Conservatory
of Music, nnd Teacher of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Muelc. Instruction pdvon In
all stringed and lnd Instruments. Mo
mentary principles, thorough bass, har
mony nnd countor point. Unprecedented
inducomonts oflorod. Thoso wishing to
securo his Eorvicos will plonso apply at
tho Conservatory of Music cornor
Twolfth stroot and Wellington nvonuo,
Pianos tuned and ropairod.
MiLLiNKiiY. Mrs. Hogarth & Co. do
iiro to call tho attention of tho ladies o
Cairo and vicinity to tholr display of mil
linnry nnd fancy goods. Having secured
thosorvlcos of one of tho best trimmers
In tho West, thoy fool confident tint thoy
can suit tho most oxactlng taste. Dross
making dono In tho latost styles on short
notlco. Pricoi roasonablo. A call Is ro
spoctlully solicited, No. Ill Commercl
nvonuo, ono door south of tho popular
dry goods staroof J. Ilurger. 74--l.21.tf,
-MILLINKIIY. Mrs. Jackson, formorly
Mrs. bwandor, Is now on bnnd with tho
cheapest stock of Millinery In Cairo
Sho has loivurud her homo oven with tho
sidewalk to glvo tho ladles nn oasy on
tranco and has loworod hor prlco to irlvo
tbom all a chonco to buy n beautiful spring
iiat or bonnot nnd anything olio in hor
lino that thoy may want. Hor nloro Is
now ono of tho most attractlvo, as it has
long been ono of the ohoapost placoa In
town to buy. Call and too hor and bo con
vincod. 18 5.3.1 w
DISSOLUTION OF PArtTNEHSHIP,
Cairo, May 10, 1871.
notick. Tho firm of D. Hartman &
Co, ha3 boon dissolved this day by mutual
Auoust W. Ostl-rloh.
S. A. SlLVKH,
It. II. Cunningham, 83 20-tf
Cairo, May 10, 1874,
I hnvo this day sold out all my intorest
tho Arm of D. Hartman & Co., to 1),
Hartman, and all dobts duo tbo llrm will
bo sottled by I). Hartmon.
AuuubT W Ostkii. oh.
It. H. CUNfIN01IAM. 8T.fj-20.tf
Why Miss Anna, whoro did you get
that nlco bat? At Mr, HulU' Alll-
llncry 'storo, cornor of Wasbi"iton nv
onuo and Elovonth o- ""o nas iuq
latost fHshlonc, and the nicest and chonp
est bats that over enmo to Cairo.
NOTICE TO HII1PPEKS.
On nud after this dato, until further no
tice, a regular trsln will run between
Cairo and Chicago, loavlng Cairo dally,
oxcopl Saturday,nt 8 a. in. arriving in Chi
cago at C: 10 tho noxt morning.
JAMKR JOIIN40X, Agent.
Cairo, May 27, 1874.
"L HUM IIS
nt 1). Arter &
Piano For Salk. irsl-clats sovon
mid ( quartar octavo piano cheap for cash,
or can bo tradod for, part cash nnd bal-
anco In dross goods; or open to nny other
tratln, by nddrosslng XXX,
C&TMuit rocolveu uuu lor lulo by
Mathus .S Uhl, 01 Ohio lovoo, 25,000 lbs
bacon sldos, hams nnd shoulders ; twonty-
llvo bbls now potatoes; l!G boxos lomons.
Tiik Monitor. For tho Monitor, the
host coal Cook Stovo over niado or tho
Fashion, '.ho champion, wood Cook of tbo
West, go to A. UMIoy'i, 108 Washington
avtnuo, near Tenth sttoot.
Notick. Owing to tho many ordora
now In Mr. Wintor's bnnvls tor paintings
he will only dovoto throo days In each
week to photogrnphy. Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday will h tho days, unless
n spoclul cnungoinont Is mado. U8fi-23.tr
Foil KroVK!, Tluwuro,toitolwaro, steam
cooking vessels, broilers, bird cages, Inn-
orns, gsto springs, gate hingos, tablo and
picket cutlory, fluting Irons, Also for
rooting, gutters and spouting, go to A
llalluy i. 108 Waililnilou nvonue, near
Tonth ilroot. 60-4-17-Iin.
K. rjMYTii : Co. Oftor 'or sale fiO.OOO
old cigars, which they will sell choap nnd
guarnntoii to bo good tobacco and smoko
well. Wholesalo irom (16 to $30 por
1,000; retail, two to flvo cents carh. Ono
thousand pounds lino smoking tobacco In
ono nnd ono and n half pound packages
Thoy also havo 10 barrels good vinegar; .1
platform counter scales, nnd ono patent
coal oil can, which tboy will soli nt a bar
Htki' and itonnou Ladders, Sand
Screens, Kiddles, Sieves, Shovels, Spados,
Forks. Hoes, llakct. WuterCloiot Urinals.
Kitchen and Cuss Pool Sinks. Clothes
Kingcrs, Clothos Horios, Clothos Linesn
and, in fact, a lull nssortmcut of kitchen
nnd Houso furnishing goods at A. Hal
ley's, 103 Wuthlngton avenue, near Tonth
street. oo I-lT-lm
Tiik barber t;iop is on .no corner ot
r.tgutn street nnu Commorcial avonue
whero .1. Goorgo Sticnhousq with his gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found at nny
hour of tho day or night, roadv to soot'no
your foolings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tompor and head with u good sham
poo. It is h first-class shop, and you aro
sum oi receiving urn-class treatment
Ladies' nnd children's hair cut or
after tho mosl approved stylos. 8
ohoo i-ly. w arm wcatnor will soon
bo hero. Now Is tho time to uuard against
Htof, gnats and mosquitoes. I will say to
tbo public that I urn making a spocialty
vi (iiui-ii wiiw tiu.ti luia Dunsuii uuu win
duplicate Chicugo and St. Louis
price.'. 1 also koep constantly on
hand a largo vnriotyof Ilird
Cagoi, Mois lliiskcts, Flour Stands,
ioliet sets, llatn Tubs, nnd a gen
eral stock of Japanod, plain nnd stamp-
pod tlnwaro, Refrigerators, Wator Coolers
and Goocli's I XL Ico Croam Frcozors.
Also tho Odoll improved Step Ladders,
which will be sold at bottom llgurei.
ti. v. itonucrson, rjo uommnrclai nv
enuo, Cairo, Ills. 77 4-2-t lm
May 1'lowkk. For tliobcst coal cook
stovo buy tbo celebrated May Flowor.
For the best wood cook stovo buy the old
rollabla Charter Oak; famous for giving
satisfaction every wheru and being especi
ally adapted to tho wants of ovory house
hold. I keop n largo variety of othor
cooking stoves, which aro bought for cash
nnd will bo fold cheapor than tbo choap.
est. If you want a cup of good cofl'co
for breakfast buy tho Planlshod Coffoo
Higgin or Fronch cotl'eo pot. A full sup
i r , i ... i . .1- . . . .
juj oi iiriiiiuin umiuo anu ica pois always
on bnnd. Don't forget tho placo.
C. W. Hk.vijkrson.
70.4-'Jt-lm 100 Commercial nvo., (!alro
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT &, SON
Wholc-alc and Itetail Dcaleis In
PUKE LA ICE ICE,
r.t. nn i. i si.,.. ,
vmiu, iiuuuiB, anu oiumuus, jvontuckr.
, Cairo mllrn at Union .t Wilson's, coiner
'1 wcllth street mid Ohio levui1.
Wo will run nil Ico u-airnn tlimu'lmiit tin, I
M.isuii, iiciivniiu;i)iiro uko ten in any part
" iiiu iuivuu inai Kei price, uuu
will also iiirnlKh our friends outxidii tho city
Willi Ico bv the cake or cr loud, tifickmi ih
a..., uusi, iui ruijiiiieiu in uny ui:ini'0.
. f-- . ,.i ..'
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Doalor In
No. 7(1 Ohio Loveo, CAlltO, ILLS
mouts and tilling orders.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
IM"o. UO Oliio Lovoo
O.W. DUNNINO, M. D.
ItKSlDHNCKrnriK.r Nllllll mill H'lilnnt
airetus. Ulllco cornor Hlxtli Htroet and
Ohio lovco. Olllco bourn from li u, in,, to
i in., anu u ji, m
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
C'AitiioKDALk Jaektob County, 1
On condition that a sufficient number of
yuuog pei-vonn desire, and aro wllllue to
contribute a very umalriiiiiii toward derray-
lug expenses toy two hundred at four
dollars eai li a Normal Instltuto will be held
In the new building, commencing July 1, the
lay nf dedicating t he buildings, AOd continue
till July 31. Tho Principal of the University
will havo charge, and tho Bcveral member of
the faculty will glvo the main part or the In
structlon. At least ten lectures vrll) bo given
nnd, If the cb contributed li BUfliclcnt, the
best men of this state nnd Mlisoilrl and Indi
ana, will be brought In lor these lectures.
If not moro Uian one hundred and fifty at
tend, the pcrnonal contact vvllh, the Instruc
tors will bo greater and tho profit more ; and
n tho expense or tho Instltuto will be' the
lame, thu fen should bo llvo dollars. If threw
hundred at'end, the'fei' could bo reduced to
ia the slnt legislature makes no provls
ions for paying tho expenses of such an In
dilute, bo deilrablu and valuablo to publlo
cehooH, will not ill tho iiowppapcrs ol
Southern Illinois, add acothor favor to tho
many they havo already done tho commit
utty, and glvo this announcement several
gratuitous lincrtloci tn :i good place, d
call tin: attention ol teachers to It 7
Let all who wish to attend, ncliil their
names at onco and not later than June 20,
prox to Dr. l!obrn, fecrotary of truitcce,of
Koiilhcrn IIIIiioIm Normal University, Carbon-
flood board enn be had In Cnrbondalc at
N. II. The lnbtltuto cannot be hold with
lens than one hundred and lifty who will pay
live dollar-, each. ltoiiKUT Al.l.YN,
Principal or Faculty.
I tako plcusuro in calling
tho attention of tho public to
my fesh and full stock of
new and elegant Furniture, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Street and "Washington
nue. My stock embraces
Uedsteads, Wadrobcs, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, "Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being the only manu-
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose offering better
goods at lower prices, and
I llttVC Uliltlo a large TcXi Ajti)0
n tllC l)rMS? of Ttll my LJOOda
Oil) cj.d examine my stock
And securo an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade I offer special induce
ments. Noto tho placo
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesalo and llctail Dealer iu Fur
niture nnd Matracscs.
OiiconsiYaro, China, Ultuawarc, Rock
ciiliuiii und Vi llotv Ware, Stoucnarc,
Chlim OniiiiiieiitHnnd Toys, Caney
floods, I'lutednarc, Tablo and
Pocket Cutlery, l4tntM, Lanp
JiOoklng (JlasHOH, etc
III fact (iverv kind of L.firHU lw.lnni.lmr in
For tho next sixty days I will ofler the
above goiils at and below coM.forcaiih onlv.
Tho goods mnst bo Hold to close tboooucern.
Close buvers are CKpeclally Invited, either to
ccmennd neo rorthemnelvea or send their
orders, lu either cue 1 guarantee satisfaction
J. T. T1IOMAH.
Assignee ofl'arnon, Davis & Co.
Cttlao, 111., April 1.1, 1871.
DR. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
THE OIIEAT AMKUIOAN CON
Consumption Is HOT an (ncurable disease,
l'liyglstuiiH assure us this laet. It la only
uecoitiary to bavo tho ltlght Jtcnedy, and
thu ton lblo malady cau be conquered.
Hall's Balsam is this Bemedy.
It breaks un the nlirbt sweat. rc!lTn tin.
oppressive tlghtnesa across the Itinfrs, nud
heals tho larcerated and excoriated surfaces
which theM'nom ol the dlseaso produces.
WHILE LIFE LASTS THERE IS HOPE
It mar not be too lata tn direct a cure nvaa
after tho doctor havo Klven you up
llall'N llalsam Is Bold everywhere, and'
may be had at wholesale of the Proprietors,
.juiiur. iiuur- -.urriiu v vu., h( iueir
(lieat Medicine Wurohouso, 8 and 0 College
Pivo. Now York, l'rlco f 1 por bottle,
llall'n llalsum Is aUo a auru remedy for
(.'oiiL'Im. Colds. Phoumonii. Uioncbllll.. .
Astlunu, Sjilttlug or lllood, Croup, tVhoop..
ing Cough, undull other dfsealea oi the rts- i
piriiory orgunii. , F
Also l'roprlotorii"or8covill' 'mtiuimt''1"'
J.lver elyrup.Carboltc SaIve,Kdey Troches,
uijt.iMiuu iiiuon, jioii a i-iveri lim. ;,,
JOHN V. HENItV, CimitAN A CO .
8 and it College Place, New York.
'WILLIAM B. SMITH, M. D.
ltKalDKKCK No. Tlilrtiiui
between Washington aveaue and Wiinnt
treet. OlUcc Jlid commercial avenue, ud
atrs. ' v