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MtW ADVERTISEMENTS
jgflOI!! IB!
HUM, LOOMIS CO;
Take great pleasure in announcing that
Hwy prepared u supply everybody
Willi sake lee'of the very bait quality, "hcr
,t Ifcelr houses wit the Mores. Ordcra
tfcowM be Wl t ' oa,cc' 60 0nl
.. - H-MH
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT V $ON
Wholesale Ml Befall Dcalots In
PURE LAKK IOH,
Cairo, llllaoU, and Columbui, Kontucky.
Cairo office at Huten & Wilson', corner
Twsjflb strrct.and Ohio IcTcc,
We will run an Ice wairon throughout the
awn,dellTrlB(jpureLl;olceln oy Prt
of the cttv at too lowest market price, and
will ahw Airlh oar friends outside the city
with lee ir ine raka or car load, paoked In
aw Uttft, fbr aBlpiaciiMo any dUtancc.
0 o-20-tf
" '' NOTICE.
Nstlc la hereby siren that all chergeH
agatatt ubief of Police Mcllnln for lnvrttl
ration, mutt be placed In tbo hand' of thu
abalman of the committee Willi the name
el the wlUMci, before Tuesday evening,
Hay MU 1874. at 8 o'clook. To Mine
must be made iu wrltlntr and eltrneil by
CM.
th complainant. Any charges inadenfler
tlili unit 'win not do commerce.
. : W. II. Morris,
Chairman hi c'oii"(ro.
MIL III!
In order that Me-oorlel Day mav be appro
ately obserYsd,the citizens of Mound
City bare arranged for Ita
proper aclebratlon on
Saturday, Kay 30, 1874
it Tim
NATIONAL CEHET1RT
AT TUAT CITY.
Tbt accommodations will be ample for scv
" eral thousand people.
The orator of the day will be
HON. JHO. L. BEVERIDSE
'OOVEUSiOR OF ILLINOIS.
O titer euilnent public iaan will be pruirul aud
" ipeaK.
The Ladles who Intend to be present, are
rcijucsieu la uko ganauus sua iou
(jutU ol Hon an unarraugt d.
The following commltteei bavo boen
appointed:
C0UUITTEIOH AKUAyOKUKHTa.
Uo MurU, Sr, W L Uambleton,
Daniel lloj-iu, (ieohlull.
t P Meyer. lease ltred,
0 to W Uliuu.
COtlUlTTlCE OSf ORATION.
11 1 Uleo, K II Watklo.,
Fred Coreon.
OOUU1TTIS ON KINABCE.
John W Carter, H V Potter,
JohnAWaugh, K8C'heter,
A Luu, ir. Irooaey, Vienna,
11 H Speucer, Jamei lirowuer.
COUUITTKE ON MUalC.
lWlytr, LOllarrK
d lily oi.
OOUMITTM ON THAN8I-OKTATI0N.
.lohuW Carter, Dr. Casey.
o-truixTiKa.
U1T Potter, FW Corson.
ON KICIITIOK.
Lounnbery, W F Pike,
illoren, Mt Casey
Mru.Jr. .o Harris,
Doujjherly, o W FelUr.
a Uoau, jonn Uncgar.
II 11 O'Nall.
on TLowaas anu hkcouat ion.
k Bhjppen, chalraaii K 8 Clutter.
4'f.1lrd. Duke Carter.
Dan Hogan,
O W Felter,
A Mason, '
Judge ltrowu,
J II Craln,
IjjuIs A Jai-rard,
HYT UooUa,
HOLewls,
J ante Uarvleioii,
it J (Iraddy,
Dr Brown,
II O Uten,
W A Hlfilit,
llugb McOeu,
MJKeUey,
I'M Keller,
J M Durluga,
AV J Waller.
ii it Bpeneer,
WUJackaou,
X Depew,
Dr Uatbawar,
lilVaitpnal,
A Uuhuer,
UaoMinnteh,
John Weaver,
Israel Sanderson,
H W Fins.
James Bell,
Judce lieilurr,
David Porter,
OeoW BllBii,
KMBsalth,
frank ho ran,
CAIRO.
Mayor John Wood, O H'Woodivtrd,
raulBfhuh. OolMeKeatr, .
-H""11' John Antn hi,
John Oberty, Dar is.of tb. ssim'
William WeUeU y'
MBTKovoua.
J Y McCartney, J O Willis,
Ueu O Jonea, W Brown.
WlUlamWard.
AVXA, AND JOJIE8110EO.
O Klrkpatrtck, Geo Dougherty,
MJInadore.
ViaNVA.
A JKoykdall, A3Alden, , -
V? Mrt4rtd, ,W D Deali,,
Dr Oeo Jtratta, H U Ubw.ford.
aline couvrr.
MaJtf Ctwovtr, oasH Hats.
H. WABDNBi,Jf.p.
H. J. STALKEH, M.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS,
WARTK1.
Kill H-nda.
'i
BomolwuVto take from u a thouand bill
boada, good paper and tlncly printed,- lor
Nlntrrae. t.
Ono thousand statements printed at Tin:
Bulletin ollico for $3.60.
oe Heads.
Ono th6uancl note bonds printed at Tim
BULLETIN ofllcs for 1.00: tuothiilltiaiiii Inr
Carda.
One thousand business card', lino Brlrtol
board, printed at Thk Bullktin ollico lor
from 2.W to 1.00, according to size.
THUK3DA.Y. MAY 28, 1874.
LOCAL NEWS.
do to Wilcox's for attawborrins.
Call and examine
at D. Artor A Go's.
tbn now mill-look
44-r-10-lm
Touacco Hales. Ono of tbn lnrgnst
sales of the soason will take place nt tho
Planters' warobnnio to-morrow morning.
At Auction. Tbo bar and fixtures of
the dofunct "Llltla Kentucklnn" saloon
will be sold ul public miction at 3 o'clock
this aftornoon. v
Till! JUnimit. yUr tbo Monitor, tho
boat conl Cook Stovo oror inttdo tr tbo
Fashion, tbo champion wood Coolc of tbe
West, go to A. lialley's, 1U8 Washington
avenuu, near Tenth moot.
i-oii I7m
Tn hick. Thrco largo, ologant and very
desirable family rooms, fronting on the
Ohio rlvir, can bo obtained with 'board
at tbo tit ChnrliM, during tbo ttttntuor
months, at ruducod rates. 03 tf.
'Crumiis
of comfort'
at J).
43-S-
Artor .
10-lin
Co'i.
l.n-orNn Mr. Carl Peterl, tbehlack-'
mitb, cornor of Klovonth and Poplar
troetfl, baa re-oponed bis sbop and Is now
roady to do any and all kinds ol work In
hit line, lie wishes his old friondi and
all olhors who way havo work to do to
giro him a call.
Mockino niBD "WASTrn. I want
good singer, for which will be given
Li out ilitAiiuA fowls of pure blood.
weighing 10 to 18 pounds to tho pair,
Addreis J. J. Kiarney, 473 WestTaylo:
stroet, Chicago ; or J. O. Llnkletter, at
Barclay Bro's. UruggltU, Cairo, Ills.
Ox Saturday May, SO, trains on Cairo
and Yincennea ltailroad will run between
Cairo and Mound City as follow-:
bearing (Jairoat y;;o a.m.i:2Up. m
and 4 p. tn.
leaving Alouncl uity at 10::;u a. m
17;!5 p. m., and C:10 p. m.
ii. is. Uooiicicn,
General Ticket Agent.
CotruiTTXEor Are txo eu estc Th
followicc committc-) to arrange for the
reptIon of tbe ercariionltlt from Jatk
son, Tennostee, on Saturday next waj a-Ii
j i-i.j -. tL meeting at tbo chamber of
commerco yeiterdsy morning: "V. Y.
Ualllday, chairmaa; John H. Otrly,ilev.
U. B.Thayer, U U CanJee, "Wood Bit
Usbouio, and C U Woodward.
Tub Baileoad Cajx. Tte cat of tbe
pooplo vt.the Illinois central railroad
company hat beon set for argument on
demurer tblt morning. Tbltc&t Is found
ed upon violations of the railroad law.
There are twenty-ieren counts of tbe de
claration, fifteon of which are tor extor
tion on freight charges ; seren for excel
slve cbargas upon pusocgers, and five for
unjust discrimination In ftelgbti. Tb
constitutionality of thu law will be raised
by the demurer ; but so far tbo state oourts
hare declared in favor of the constitution
ality of the law.
CowitrollkUs Notice. Notlco li
hereby given tbat tho city has employed
John Glad n ey to romovo from tbo front
of all bouses in tho city, all vegetable
and dry kitchen o0l of all and every de
scription, providod the tame It placed It.
boxes or barrols and placed in conronlont
locations In front of said bouse, by six
and k-balf o'clock a, m., each week-day
morning trom June 1, 1871 to September
, 1871. Citizens aro requested to notify
tbo city marshal of any neglect on tbo
part of Mr. Gladney In fullfllllng bis duty.
M. S. Cor,
City Comptroller.
10.6.27-01
Jackaon Heauu From The following
dispatch, which oxplalms Itself, was re
ceived lata yostarday afternoon :
Jackson. Tenn.. Mnv 27.
To Capt. W.J'.Halllday, Cairo:
' The oxcurslonlsts will leavo J action at
tlx o'clock, a. ui., on Saturday, and arrive
i uairo av .wo o ciocic p. in. Will have
awoub in uunarea doodib i all vimU
This Is not a Sundav school ..i
Weare)utt going up for a pluaiure trip.
M. M Ml I. leu.
In this connection wo are requo.tod to
state that there will bo a meeting of tho
reception commlttco this morning at ten
wciock, anno uity national hank, when
.. .. ur an .us luumuors will ho pres
ont.
Murder Will Out Our ruaders will
remember thnt on the 14th inst.. wo pub
Hta it
usueu a unci account of tbo murdor of
Thomas J. Carorhlll, at Butherford Hla-
llon.Tenn., and that at that timo no cluo
to the murderers had been obtained. Wo
ara Indebted to Mr. T. 11, Watt, of this
city, In whoio employ Oavorhlll was, for
tbe following particulars : Cavorhlll wai
murdoredby a man named Oollto, Caver
hill's wlfo and a Mrs. Ollltger, with tbo
coupllng-pln of a railroad car. Mrs. u.
has turned state's evidence, and Mrs.
Caverblll bos made a full confession In
regard to the horrid affair. Wo under
stand that Cavorhlll and Collie wore
brothers-io-laws, and were connected in
business. Both wero born at Bmithlnnd,
Kj,, and Caverhlll .was In thn rmplnv ol
Mr. Watts, commission merchant boru, a
a travelling agent, cdlllo's trial will tuiio
place to-day.
the last excursion.
T1IK
liEOWjK WHO VIS1TKD Uil,
Ji'UN YK3TKKDAY.
I
HOW TllKY WEEK KKOKIVKD
AND ENTKUTAINKD,
The third Tonnosiao axouMlon parly
Itltod Cairo yesterday, and was recolvod
in a becoming manner. A mooting of
merchants .and business tuonwas held
tho foronoon In tho cham-
or ot commerce rooms at which
cjommttteo was appslntod to make
arrangomonts tbo rocoplion an
rtropor enlartninroont of ur
rls tors yhlla in tbo city. It. accord
nnco wltn tuls nrrangomont,Ht una o'clock
the rocoptlon commtttoo bourdod tho
tranirer stcatnor Mct'omb which was to
moot tho oxcursion train nt l'illmoro
and translor it to this city. On tho nr-
lval of tbo transfur nt Fillmore tbo oi-
urslonists ware found in waiting, iind in
a short tiuiu tbolr trnin was on tho boat,
which In twenty minutes later landed
thuu unfitly nt tho Oroen Lino wbarlboat,
wboro by prorious nrraugomont thny
woru to dl-ombark, and llslon to tbo wol-
como ndJriiai and rosponsp.
Wbllo tbn uxi'iirsioiilols yoro getting
off tho boat, which consumed somolime,
tho silver oornal bnnd played sovoral
ntrs, which soomad to Infiiia now life into
our vlitor. At tbu propor timo itov.
.Mr. Tliayur introduced Mr. Oborly, who
bod boon dlegatod to duliror tho wol
como addros.i. Mr. Oborly tpjko brivlly,
folco:iiing tho Tonuosivoaua nnd oxtend
in (j to thum tho froodom of tbo city.
At the conclusion of Mr. Oborly's ro'
marks, Hon. J. J. Ward, of Oroontlold,
Woekly countr, Tunuotson, responded In
very brief but appropriate spooch.
After this the company lorme 1 In pro
cession, and led by tho reception commit
too, marchod up to the leveo, down tbo
levco to Eight stroet, down Kigbt to Com
morclal arouuo, down Commercial to
Wlntor's block, wboro Iter. Mr. Thnyor
made a short address disinlning tho as
sembly, and stating that the member, of
the reception committee wcro ready to
escort tboio who desired to too the city to
any piaco tney might nama.
And thus ondod tbo reception. Our
rliltort tbon scattered, and for tbo neit
two hours spont their time in teeing the
city,
At five o'clock, tho bind oicortcd tbo
excursionists to tho boat and to tho land
log atPillmoro They wore shown every
attention while In tho city, and left it be
lieving that Cairo is uot tho worst place
in tin world after all
CONCERT.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH PA K LOP.
CON'CEP.T SECOND SEP.IES.
AT
THE UES1UENCE OP JUDGE
BAKEK THIS EVENING.
Toe third of the second reries of ptr
lor concerts will te held at tb retldesce
of Hon. D. J.' Btker this erecting. Tbe
cracramma nt ! aa excel
lent ose, nnd cannot be otherwise tbas
ecUrtaicisg to ttoie who tnty bttend
The following it tbe
rtOGKAUME rtJsTI.
1. Piano Duet The Iatprali. '..
Mrs. W. U. and Mr. M. F. Gltbrt.
- Soto .omebdy, Heart
MI-s Pitcher.
Z' Dnet Tell at where do 1'alrie- DweM
JIU-we Imogen and Erla Steele.
4 . -olo Tbe NIgbtlnssle' Trill
Mr. H. s. Dewey.
6. Beading
Mis i Hon.
J-Airr ii.
1. Plino .Solo Peart du Nabl
Mr Hcnn- L. Hnlliday.
2. Duet... ,
Mlu Annie Pitcher and Mr. Jauie-A. Phi III
3, Solo Pl.BicIo
MIm JEIU Stoele.
4. I'do If on the .Ms ads I cat mv View-
Mr. Lan-deti.
K. OF K. LOCGE NO. 710.
Tbe Financo conunittoo nro commanded
to meet at my ofilca on Friday ovonlng,
20th Inst, at 8 o'clock sharp. The secro
tary and treasurer are also commanded to
be then and thero with all tho arcbolvos
appertaining to their rmpoctlvo o Dices,
By ordor of comniandcntc.
Jouh Q. IIakman,
Chairman Committeo.
Attkst: K. W. O.
May 28tb, 1871
Fink Ckiaiw. rotor Saup, innnuino-
turer of cigars nnd dealer In nil kinds of
tobacco and smokrr'i nrtlclos. No. 10!
Commorclal avenue, bos on hand a stock
of bis celebrated brands of cigars, to which
he Invites tbu attention of dealers In tuch
goods. Tboio cigars havo n wldo-spread
reputatlau ns being as good ni any over
olleroa in this market, nnd thu flguroa at
which tboy nre sold aro aura to attract
nttontion. He Invites an oxamlnation of
his goodt and prleos, and warrants what
ho soils to. bo Jmtt what ho roprcsuuts
thorn in iio or monoy refunded.
7l)-5.0.1It
Hotel Auiuvalr. Tho following
wero tho arrivals at tbo Dulmonico hotel
yostorduy: M W Mutthows, St Louie;
ihomat J Meihow, Colutpbua; Mrs Bri
sou, Doiawnro, Ohio; P II Davis, Mound
City; V T Tmil, Mound City; J James,
Otiarlotton; Jl Smith ana sou.lllandvllloi
KUBporry, m j,ouu; H llershor, Oln
cinnatl; A Ji Mshor, Groonlleldj W L
White, Bloomduld; E Dodd, Doxtor; Jo
soph Don gar, Hi Louis; G W Bowel),
Ballary county; 11 O Smith, M C railroad;
T J Campbell, Canton; F A. Brinkman,
St Louis; M L Hughes, Caludoulaj M Da
vis, Ashland; O II Lawronoo, I O rail
road.
NOTICE TO SIHPPEItS.
On nnd after this dalo, until furthor no
tlco, a rogular train will run botwocn
Cairo and Chicago, loavlng Cairo dally
except Saturday.at b a.m.arrlvlng In Chi'
oagoat 0:40 tho next morning.
JAMKH JoilNioN, Auent.
Cairo, May 27, 1874.
Decoration Day,
Tho Qravos of Union and
' Confederate Soldiers to
bo Decorated.
Grand MaSS Mooting at tllO
Court Houso To-Night.
AVlioroas It has been ordored by tho
Grand Army of thu llopublio that only
th o gravo.i of Union mldiors, burled In tbo
National comotoricy, stmll bo decorated on
.Saturday noxt, nnd tho govornor ol this
state has proclaimed that tho decoration
corpinoiilcs in Illinois ahall b conducted
in accordance with nuch orders.
And, Wboreas, In tho langungo of
l'rcdlilent Grant tho timo tins como when
every cvidonco of a feeling of fratornal In.
tnrost should bo oncourHgod and nJvan.
tii;o tiikan of any opportunity to bury
any nnimo-lty born of tbo lata war that
innyyot bo lingering,
We, tho underslgnod, formerly Union
loldior, call n mooting of tho citizens of
Cairo, at tbo court homo, to bo hold this
(Thursday) nvoulng nt 8 o'clock, to ox-
pros our dittoiit from tho order rofer
rod to and our lmliof that llioo who horo-
tcully foil on both lideii during tbo Into
war should hodoeorntod, in tokon of for
gotfulntiM of tbo past nnd prosont friend-
ahip.
.lon.v Woop,
I). W. Miinn,
JollH II. ItoilIKSO.H,
O. K. Slack,
11. A. llUK.VKIT,
K. .1. Dkwkv,
7., 1). Mathui".'',
.lAS. y. ltKAUDKX.
CIRCUIT COURT.
WHAT WAS OONK 1W TUB OUIMI-
HAL UUSlNliSS YEUTKUDAY,
THK LAW DOCKET TO 11 K TAKEN
UP THIS moi:nio.
Yvtterday wat n dull day in tho circuit
court. Tbo crimiqal docket was about
exhausted, and tho prisoners that bad not
yet been tried, either applied for chtngo
of venue, or tiled to bare their caiet con
tlnued to tbe noxt term ot the court.
Henry Banner, charged with tbe mur
der ef Fred liancamp, in tblt city a short
time ago, applied for a change of venuo(
and his caic vat sent to UdI.d county,
Ton. Black, Pork's companion in the
commission of the'erima of rape on the
persons of a couple of littlo girls in this
city, the c.rcumitancei of whi:b are
known to all our readers, through bis at
torneys applied for a cbango of vrnuo
which wai granted, and tbe caio sent to
PclaikS county.
In tbe ems'-of Cari:e Willismi, con
victed lait week of tbe crimo of lirceny,
and sentenced to eighteen montbt In tho
penitentiary, a new trial was granted.
However, it is not probtVo that Lo will
Vf.r-i a rbbeLrlnt at thu Lfirtn f tlm
court
John Currta, indicted fur purchasing
stolen property, gave bail, and bis tritl
was continued to tho next term of tbe
court.
In-tbo cais of tbe peeple vs. L. Elibuo
Morris and Jcbn AVillitmi, ctargad with
the larceny of a lot of Cilro aid Vlnennss
railroad mul checks, was called
but their being a defect it tb indictment
I tbe statos attorney entertd n nolle prose-
que, nnd the prisoners were discharged.
Uowevor they did not ebjoy tho privileges
of free men long, for as tt-oy wero about
to put out of the court ho.iio, Shcrlir Ir
vin, who bad procurod a i.w warrSnt,
cnterposod nnd rn-arretd tbom. They
were returned to jail, and will in all pro
bability romaln tbero ualll tho next term
of court.
The court At 12:30 o'c.ock, idjouj&td to
0 o'slock this morning.
orr vok joliet.
During tbe wcok ending Saturday Inst
tblrloen prisoners woro tried arid convict-
01 nnd seutenced to tbo ptnltontlary as
follows:
Daniel Do Latchao; manslaughter;
ploud guilty and sentenced to fifteen
yoars In thu penitentiary
Bud Williams ; larcony, ivon yoars ;
Jacob Williams; larceny, seven yoars ;
Goo. Johnson , burglary and larcony;
sovon years in tho ponitontiary ;
Frank WHHami, burglary and lar
ceny; throo and a half yoars In tbe poni
tontiary ;
Abraham Parker ; larceny, coven years
In tho penltontUrr.
Chas. Cooper; larceny, two years In
tho penitentiary;
Goo. MorrU; burglary una larcony
throo and a half years In tho poniton
tiary; Geo. Duncans; burglary with Intent to
mutdor, firu yoars in tho penitentiary.
Goo. Wells; buiylary unl lnrceny, throo
yoars In tho ponitontiary;
Wllllnm Maoum; aisaulf;to commit
murdor; plead guilty and was sentenced to
tho penltoutlary for ten yoars.
Tho prisoners abovo named woro tnken
to jail yoitorday by Deputy ShorUl" Cain
and Coroner Gohiumi, nnd by this timo
iafoly within tho walls cf tbo stnto't pris
on. Notu'K. Owing to tho many ordora
now in Mr. Winter's bunds lor paintings
he will only dovolo tbrou days in each
wook to photography. Thursday, Frl
day and Saturday will b0 tbo days, unless
Rspocinl engngomont is mado. OS.O-'jll.tf
JtSJ Wanted, at tbo St. Charles Hotel,
ono bund rod day boarders at tho roducod
rnlos. 78 5-lO.tf
" TO KEMT.
A furnlsliod house, No. 30, Thirteenth
street. Apply to Mrs Katn Hnniliuky.
63-B.14.llt '
RIVER NEWS-
FOUTLIbT.
The following nro tho nrrlvatt and de-
. . . lor ,li0 bour eliding nt 0
oVlock last evening.
ARRIVAL!) !
Htoamor Oracy, Columbus -
FIsk, Paducah
John Moans, St Louis
Kd llobbs, St Louh
City of Ohoslor, 81 Louis
Cbas Brown, St Louis
Wott AVInd, Cumberland
Chas Bodman, Now Orloana
11.11- -a. .
II
II
I.
II
II
II
neiio .nompnis, jHoraphls
City of VIcktburg.Ht Louli
Capitol City, St Louis
liki'ahtkd.
' Grnoy, Columbus
" ' John Moans, Ohio rlvor
" Ed llobbs, Ohio rlvor
" Jim Flik, Paducah
" City of Chester, Momphls
" Chas Hodman, Cincinnati
" Woit Wind, Momphls
" Hollo of Momphls, St. Louis
" Otlyor Vloktburg, Vlckiburg
" Capital City, Vicksburg.
Tbo rlvor has fallen sovon ariX ono-
fifth inches during tho past 2t hour, and
nt dark was 10 foot and 11 Inches on tbo
gaugo. Bonis nro finding thu bottom
without dllliculty on both rivers above
this city. Only about 7J foot Is roporlod
low. J'OUIs, and a foot scant in tbo tow
er Ohio. Iho woatbor contlnuoi cloar
nnd very hot. Businots fair.
Mlicx I.LA.NKOL'S.
From Mr. Bont Ogdon, of Ogdon's
landlnu, Kontucky wo loarn that Cnpt,
l'ortor, agod CO yonrs, diod nt that placo
on tho 10th Inst. Cant, l'ortor was tho
first mala child born inMcCracknn county,
Kentucky, and spent bis whole llfoin tbo
neighborhood of tho scones of his child
hood. For a long time ho had chargo of
tho McUannls ferry at Motropolls, uod
lattorly attondod to tbe lights tbat Cnpt.
Jumos .Uathenn kept on tho Grand Chain
Capt. l'ortor is known very widely
through Kentucky, and his doath will bo
generally rogrotted.
Capt. James Mathena has complotod tbo
cutting of n notch in the tlmbor on tho
Kontucky shore at tbo ioct of tho graud
chain for pilots to run fnta in making
tho crouing and it Is so plain
that no lurthor mistakes need bo made at
this hithorto troublesome and dangerous
spot.
Tbe Means and Ilobbi havo tows
of
iron ore for the Ohio rivor.
Anounas. Jirown is to tako n tow o
coal touth from this city, nnd this will end
her seasons work.
Tho (J bai Bodman has ti good trip
of
freight nnd is full of people for Cincln
nati.
Tho West Wind has two bargos
staves for the south.
of
FOR SALE.
Socond-hnnd clothing, watchor, Jowclry
plttols, ice, bought and sold, Alio a lot
Brunch carpot, furniture, tt., for sale,
Oppoilto Cairo nnd Vinconnes railroad
depot. 188 2.27-tf M. Cuyne
FOB SALE.
j ngw uouna contniping tnr60 rooit
and tido porch, two good lot, ci'tern
and stable. Tho property is situated on
Twonty-Crit street ixjtwoon Walnut an
Cednr streets, lor further particulars
inqulro on tbo promiecc. 31-G-T-lm
wIlcoxT"
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1 :
pounds host colluo sugar nt SI, 3 pound
of cbolco butter nt $1; baking powder 45
por lb ; Imperial tea nt $1 ; potatoct 30
cents per pick; 3 lbs coUeo $l,nt Wilcox
Block. 107 2.1.1m,
ICE CBEAM PAKLOIt.
T. B. Kills, at tbo Arlington homo,
heroby announces that bd hat oponod an
ico cream parlor at tho Arlington houso
for tho accommodation of tho public
J-amines supplied. All orders promptly
attondnd to. 71-S.17.tf
ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
For thiirioxt tun days I will oiler
sale the stock of goods in etoro, No.
for
VJIi
Commercial avonuo, at lots than cost, an
all tboio wishing books, stationery, brack
ett, pioluro frames, mouldings, wrapping
paper, etc., should call early as ovorythlng
must bo sold Immediately.
Bruo.v Blake,
Assignco or II. A. Hannon.
'J5.G.22-5t
DOGS I DOGS I
Notlco Is horoby given that on and
after Juno 1st, all dogs nnd sluts found
running nt largo will bo killod by mo, or
under my direction, unless tbo rcqulrod
tax is paid on tbo samo.
1 will rocolvo dog tax on and after
May 22nd at tbo city dorks ollico.
Wir. McIIalk, City Marshal.
NOTIOK.
liornco A, Hunnon, having this day
mndo an assignment to tho undersigned
for tbo equal boiiollt of 'Ills creditors, nil
persona having claims ngulnst him, nro
horoby notiKod to present tho tamo for
adjustmont, und all portions indebted to
said Hannon nro notillod to call and mnko
settlomunt, or I shall procood to collect by
suit. IIyuo.v F, Blake,
Assignco of Horace A. Hannon.
Cairo, Ills., May 20. 00 5.213t
MUSIC.
G. C. Ilodon, Director of Conservatory
of Music, nnd Teacher of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction glvon in
nil strlngod and wind loetruinonts. .mo
mentary prlnclplos, thorough bass, liar
moiiy nnd countor point. Unprecodontod
inducements oll'oroil. Those wishing to
socurn his services will ploaia apply at
the Conservatory of Music cornor of
Twelfth stroot nnd Washington avonuo.
Plauo.H tuned nnd ropairod.
Why Miss Anna, whoro did you got
that iilco bat? At Mn. Hullz' Mil
linery" sturo, cornor of Washington av
onuo and Eleventh etroot. Sbo has tho
latest fashions, and tho ulcost and cheap,
oit bats that ovor camo to Cairo.
30-5. C-tf
Call and examine tho new sash-look'
at D. Artor A Co's; ' 44-&-l(LW ?
Momjuito wlro noroon cloth at Halloy'e
cboapor than 'the cheapest. 60 4-17-lm
"Cituuus
Co's.
ot cotntorl" at V, Artor &.
43.5-10.lrh
Fivo thousand fruit barrel) for tale.
Enquire of Ualllday Bro's, .No. 70, Ohio
lovoo, Cairo) or
Geo. Uuhns, Agent,
Ol.5-2J.30t Mound City, III.,
Piano For Sai.k. lrsl-class soyon
nnd a quartor octnvu piano cheap for cash, I
r can bo traded for, part cash nnd bai
ance In dross goodi; oropon to any olhor
trade, by addressing XXX,
i'OBi-omcn, Cairo
Put: largest and botl-solcctod slock
of FU BNITUKK for talo at wholotalo
and rotall by HEN BY KIOHIIOFK, No.
llf, Comtiinrclnl avenue,opposlto Kavotith
strict. 71 0-l7-3m
Health and 1'ukk Water. Persons
wnnting cistern repaired or new ones
built can bo accommodate! In a satisfac
tory manner by railing on tbo undor
igtiod on Cross stroet, or by addressing
box 67.', P. O., nr by leaving word at city I
clerk's ollico J. S. Hawkinm
7o.u-l0.ltu
tjrr.l and JSxlonsion J,addar(, Hand
Soroonr, Buldlos, Slovos, Shovels, Spades,
Forkr, lloos, Bakof, Water Closot Urinnls,
llelion and Cus Pool Sinks, Clothos
Klngnrit, Clothes Horios, Clothos Linoin
and. iu fact, n lull assortment of kltchon
nnd Houio furnishing goods nt A. Hal
ey', 1C8 Washington uvenuo, near Touth
streut. oo 'l'l.-im.
The bartxir stiop is on .no cornor ot
l'.lnbtb etroot nnd Commorclal avonuo
wticro J. Goorgo Stionhouio with bis gon
tlomaiily arslstants can be found at any
hour of tbo day or night, rondv to soothe
your toolings with a smooth shnvo, or cool
your tumpor mid head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
sure of receiving ursi-cinss irenimoni.
Ladiot' and children's hair cut or curled
nftor tho most approved styles. 8-16-tf
B. Smyth A Co. Offr for salo 60,000
old cigars, which they will toll choap and
guaraiitoo to bo good, tobacco and smoke
well. Wholcialo from (IS to $30 por
1,000; retail, two to flvo cents each. One
thousand poundt lino smoking tobacco In
ono nnd ono and a half pound paokagns,
Thoy also bavo 10 barrels good vinegar; 3
platform collator Hcales, and ono patent
coal oil can, which thoy will soil at n bar
gain. 1-6-1-tf
ALotofNkw UuaciiEi. Win. Kloh
bolf, wholesalo and rotall doalor In furnl
turc, factory at tho corner of Sevontocnth
street and Washington nvonue, wishes to
inform tbo pooplo of Cairo tbat ho has
just recoived a lot of children's bugglos
and carriages, whloh bo offers to sell at
astonishingly low pricei. Parents In want
of such articles aro respectfully requested
to call and examlno his stock Worn pur
elmaliig olsowhero. 4-o-'2-lf
Notice to Builders. Having started
up our saw mill again, wo aro now pre
pared to furnish nil kinds of building
material at lowor priccf, dellvorod, than
It can bo bought from country mills,
Wo havo also on hand two hundrod
thousand foot of asioktkd i.umueh tbat
was colorod by sipo wator that wo will
toll at from ?7 to ?10 por 1000 feet.
Wall & Ent.
101-0.21-tf
Millinery. Mrs. .1 action, formorly
Mrs. Swander, it now on band with the
cheapest stock of Millinery In Cairo
Sbo has loworod her houso oven with the
sidewalk to glvo tho ladies nn oasy en
trance nnd has loworod hor prlco to glvo
thorn nil a chance to buy nlwautiful spring
hat or bonnot und anything olio in hor
lino that tboy may want. Her atoro is
now ono of tho most attrnctivo, ns it baa
long boon ono of tbn choapost places In
town to buy. Call and too her and bo con
vinced. 18 5-3-lw
Shoo Fly. Wnnu weather will soon
bo boro. Now Is tbo time to guard against
flies, gnats and mosquitoes. 1 will say to
tbo public that 1 am making n epocialty
of groon wlro cloth this season nnd will
duplicate Chicago and St. Jniia
prico. 1 also koup constantly on
band a largo varlotyof Bird
Cages, Mots Buskots, Flour Stands,
Tollot Sets, Bath Tubs, nnd a gen
oral stock of .Tapanod, plain nnd stamp
pod tinwaro, Itofrigeratori, Wator Coolorn
and Goooh't IX L Ico Croam Freezors.
Also tbo OJoll improved Step Ladders,
which will be sold at bottom figures,
O. W. Hondorson, 100 Commercial nv
enuo, Cairo, Ills, 77 4.21-lm
May Flower.-For tho best "coal cook
stovo buy. tbo celebrated May Flowor.
For tbo best wood cook stovo buy tho old
rollablo Charter Oak; famous for giving
satisfaction ovory whoro and bolng cipool
ally ndnptod to tho wants of ovory house
hold. I koop a largo variety of other
cooking stoves, which aro bought fur cash
and will bo sold choapor than tbo cheap
est. If you want a cup of good coffee
for breakfast buy tbo Planished Co (Too
Biggin or Fronch coireo pot. A full sup
ply of Brltnnla cell'oo and ton pota nlwaya
on bnnd. Don't forgot tho placo.
C. W. Hknhehson,
70-1.2 1-1 m 100 Commorclal nvo., Cairo
DISSOLUTION OF P A BTN E US II I P.
Cairo, May Hi, 1871.
Notice. Tho firm of D. Hartman &
Co, baa boon dlisolvod this day by mutual
consont.
Dan'l Hartman,
Auoust W. Ostkrloh.
Witnoseod by
S. A. Silver,
B. 11. CuNNiNdiiAM. 83 20-tr
Cairo, May 10, 1874.
I havo this day sold out all my intorost
in the firm or 1). Hartman & Co., to D.
Hartman, and ell debts duo tbo firm will
bo Bottled by I). Hartman,
AiiausT W
, OaTEitioii.
e7-o-2o.tr
Wltnossod by
B, H. Cunninouam.
Hxirar KionHorlf 1 U now prepared I
repair, varnish and polish furniture anl
pianos In Ib'd vorr best manritr.
74-&-17-3m
To all, particularly Invalids, spring
o trying.seaion. ln-llcatlons of ilcknt
should at once I attended to. Wait
disoases may be .caused by allowing tb
bowels to bpcooie constipated, and tb
syttom to remain in a disordered condition
until tho dliordor bat timo to develop1 II
self. An ouncoqf proyention is worth
pound of cure, is auold and truthful say!
ing. Tberolore, wo advito all who ari
troubled with tbo complaints now
verl
nrovalohl hoadacho. Indigestion, dif
ordored liver, want of app
lite, nkJioa, or feverish skiisj
to tako. without dolar. Bcbonck's Manl
drake Pills, Wo know of no remedy sJ
bariiilris nnd decisive in its action. II al
nco ttrikot nt tho root of tbe disease and
produces a healthy tonu to tbo sysloml
Pooplo need never sulfer from any direasi
arising from a disordered condition of tbi
liver If thev would take this oxcollonl
medlclno when thoy fool the first Indlcal
tlons of tho malady. Famllioa leavini
homo for tho summer months should take
throo or four boxes of tbeso pills will
them
Thev have an' almost lnstanlanol
ous effect. Tliov will relieve tbo patient
of hondacbn In ono or two hours, and will!
rapidly cleanse tbo liver of surrounaingi
bile, and will effectually prevent a nlliousl
attack. They nro sold by all druggists.
HO 480-1 m-aod
"Oku l in oi comfort" at D. Arler Al
Co's. 43-Ti.lO-lm
COFFEY, IIAKItlSON & CO.,
(Nucceesors to D. Hunt A Son.)
and
Couiiiiissjion Morchants,
rMIUH.UUAim AMI HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lovoo, OAIHO, ILIil
LAWrKHN,
SAMUEL P4 WliKKLKH,
ATTORNEY & IWNmOIl AT LAW
CA1HO, ILLINOIS.
UtUcc over Klr.t National bank.
8-lCAta
John U.Mitlkey. WHUm C. Hultoy
MULKEY & BON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
OHlce: ICJghth stroet, bntween Conusor
olal and Waaulngtou avenues.
M tr. .
OKKEN k U1LUKHT,
ATTOUNKYb
COUNSKLOBU AT LAW,
William U.OrMU, 1
William 11 (lllbri,
Miler.OlllMM, J
CAIHO, II.I.W40IM.
dmUI aiualioa alraa to Atfmliallr aail
Zleamtaal tioalaMS.
mo omoLivM,BOoiia 7 aid a nve
1IOUK
FATHONIZK
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
'Jorner Twelfth stroet and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Late of St. Louie,)
l'KOFIUKTOK
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFAOTGHKK'
BLANK BOOKS of every description done
with neatness and iMstoatcc. Ail kinds ot
ruling done at short ndB. Bibles, luato.
llaffaxlnesand 1'eriodMal bound Beat and
at the lowest possible rates.
County work, fetich as Itocords, Docket
ee Books, Blanks, etc., made a apeelalty.
Boxes, Pocket Buoks,Envelps, ate., made
orior. 11-14.
IflHVKI-tAWKUlJSI.
R, SMYTH & CO.
WHOLESALE
LIQUOR DEALERS
No. CO Ohio Lorco,
OAIHO, ILLINOIS
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to I'arkcr & Blake,)
Dealer In
PAINTS & OILS
VAKNISIIUS,
JJHUSIIES,
WALL l'APEK,
WINDOW OLASS,
WINUOAV SHADES
Ami tho lelebratcdllluuiliiutliig
AURORA .OIL.
Brosa' Building, 11th St. & Oomercial Av!
' OAIUO, ILLS.
C. H. WHEELER,
DEALER IN
if'
WOOD AND GOAL
OFFICE ANJ YABD,
lOtb St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A largo supply or Pittsburg and Big
Muddy .coal constantly on hand, Stovo
wood nawed to order. Orders for coal or
wood should be left at the otneo ou Tauth
taroot. Terms, cash on delivery.
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