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ICE! ICJi! IOB!
HUiE, LOOMI8 & CO.,
Take great pleasure In announcing that
they art ow prepared to opply everybody
with lake lco of the very lict quality, either
at their how or at the More. Onlcra
obonld be left t "mn No- 00 0,1,0
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS 8PROAT & SON
Wholesale and lictall Doalois In
PUllK LA.KK IOB,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Konlueky.
Cairo office at Hulcri & AVllsonV, corner
Twelfth trcrt find Oldo levec.
w win mn nnlea wairon throuehout the
f ann, delivering pure lake Ice In any prt
or the cttyet tho lowot market price-, and
will also turnUh our Mend, outitdo the city
with Ice b the cake or car load, packed In
aw du.t, lor anlpracniio any uiHajwc
lu order luat Memorial Day may be appro-
Cltv bave arranged for 1U
Saturday, Kay 30, 1874
AT THAT CITY.
The accommodation will bo nmplo for boV
etui tbouaatiil people.
The orator of the day will bo
HON. JN0. L. BEVERIDGE
OOVEUNOIl OV ILLINOIS.
Otbcr eudncut public men will be present ami
i . i apeaw.
Tho Ladic who intend to be present, nro
rcijueited to take gurlamlH Mini bou
quet ut flowern unarrangfil.
Tho following committees bnvo boon
COUUITTXE ON ABRAXOKMKNTH.
Geo Hertz, Ht, W L Uambloton,
Jlanlelllogan, (loo Stullz.
U F Meyer. Isaac Itcud,
Ueo W ltlluu.
COMMITTKK DK ORATION.
ii L UIen, U U Watklns,
COUUITTJIK ON" FINANCE.
Johu W Cartor, II F Totter,
John A Wauyb, K H Chexter,
A l.uu, Dr. Loonoy, Vicuna,
Jl II Spencer, Jaincn ilrowncr.
COMUITTCI ON MUSIC.
C01IUITTX1 ON TnANSrORTATION.
John W Carter, Dr. Caney.
11 F l'ottcr, V SV Con-on.
Lounbbcry, W F Frlre,
Dougherty, O AV Feller,
n llogan, John Ltoegur. ., .
Oil ILOWEM AND DrOOBAVIOX.
K Shhipen, chairman 1" S Chester.
11 II tipeneer,
u w rcuer,
.1 11 Oraln.
Loul a Jaecard,
nit... . '
H C Ulcn,
llUfli Met He,
H J KeUcy,
J M Havldci.,
W J Walker.
Mayor John Wood? o n Woo.1 w jnl .
l'aul Bchuu. jol McKi'Il' '
Ilarrcll, John Antrim,
John Oberly, Davis, of the 'Ijim'
K B Yeoman, V Ualllday"
.1 Y McCartney, JOWIllli,
lien O Jones, W Brown,
ANNA AND JONEHnouo,
CKlrkpatrtck, Ceo Dougherty,
M J Inkcorc.
A J Knykcndall, A J Alden,
U W McFatrldgo, W D Dcaiii,
Dr Ueo fdraitoB, B M Olasntoi d.
Major Conoyer, capt Sloan.
Boot & Shoe
Bctweee Tenth and Eleventh Street,
vrcparcd to All orders without delay.
He iiiu u fine etotk or luii-citcd Icalher 011
baud, Jut received from MWYcrk, und Uur
l't down tliu price to tyu Jowext uotdi.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS,
Somebody to lake from tu a thout.iiid lull
oad. rood paper and liucly printed, lor
One thousand tUtcmcnH printed at Tit):
Hullkti.V olllcc lor SJ.&0.
Une thousand noti; heads printed ut Tub
Uui.ltin oillue for $4.00; two thousand lor
One thousand btmlnoM card, lino llritol
board, printed at TlIK IIuli.ktin ulllco lor
(torn if;:.') to f 1.00, ncconliiift to Mc.
HATljKDAY, MAY 30, 1874.
do to Wilcox' (or .trawborrle.
Stilt. Decmjuno. Tho Ohio rlrcr Is
falling and baa almost roachod low water
I,crrtinK. l'rof. llav will deliver ti
lecture boforo tbo Liberal ltoltglous us
locUllon nn Sunday evening at 6 O'clock.
Iff subjoct will bo "Splritualltm."
Thk Sr. Ohaklk. The St. Charles wo
aro glad to say It doing a thriving biiti
noti and our friondJawolt ii hoppy. How
ovor, tboro ii atlll room lor a fow moro
Krukuukr. That special train will
run botwoon Cairo and Mound City to
day a follows: Loavlng Cairo at V'.ZO a.
m.. nnd 1:30 and -1 o clock p. id., ana ro-
turning loavo Mound City at lOflb n. tu.,
12;2D and C:10 p. m.
Sai Accidkht. On lent AVcdncsdoy a
littlo boy named AVIIIlo Kratr.lngor, ton
of Mr. Richard Kraisingar, of Anna,
Union county, while climbing oti a pats
Ing freight train, lull bolwcon two car
and was dangorouily, If not fatally in
ItE-oriNiD Mr. Carl Putore, tho black-
smith, corner of Eleventh and Poplar
troetH, has re-bponod hij shop nnd it now
roady to do any and all kind ol work in
hi lino. Jlo wishoo hi old friend and
nil other who may havo work to do to
glvo him n-call. 16 6-2C-2w.
ADJocimKi) Circuit court adjourned
yotterday ovonlng to moot again on
Monday. Juno 8th. Thii waa dono in
order to giro tho lawyor an opportunity
to attond tbo session of tho suprome
court which moot at Mount Vernon on
Qov. UxVERlUuk. Oovornur Hover
idgo, who will deliver tho oration at tbo
decoration coromonlcs to-day at Mound
City, wa oxpo:lod to arnvo in tbo city
by the Illinoit Central train this morning.
lie will bo In tho city until tho dopurturo
oi ino noon iratn on tno Uairo ana Vln
Jlowsn fob knt. A nioo cottigo
containing tlx roomi, without homes nnd
good cUtorn, on Twolfth etroot, botwoon
Commercial and Washington avenuce.
Apply, to undordgncd.
J. 11. 1'lIILtIB.
Cairo, May 28th, 1874.
Mockino Ilini) Wantbu. 1 want a
good ilngor, for which will bo given
LiaiiT IJraiiua fowl of pure blood,
weighing 1G to IS pounds to tbo pair.
Address J. J. Kcarnoy, 472 Wotit Taylor
troot, Chicago ; or J. Ov Llnklotter, at
Barclay liro's. Druggist, Cairo, Ills,
Un Saturday May, Ho, train on Cairo
and Yincennoa ltailroad will run botween
Cairo and.Mound City a follows:
Leaving Cairoat9:30 a, in., 1:30 p. in.,
and 4 p. m.
Loavlng Mound City nt lOiKO n. in.,
12:16 p. in., and U:1U p. my
M. li. (iOOLllilCII,
R-6-U7-4t Goneral Tlckot Agent.
IlAWita. Mrs. Powell nnd aglrtnamod
Maegle Well woro boforo Bird yesterday
cbargod with being inmates of and con
nected with m houso of lll-famo. Mr.
Mack and her gang of alio
bummors woro witnesses, and
succtfodod in (wearing Mr.
Powell and tbo girl Wells Into n flno of
ten dollars and cost .each. Thoy gavo
security and were discharged.
Couino. A special train from Anna
will arrivo bore at 0:30 this morn
ing, bringing aboat ono hundred porson
who propose attending the decoration
orvlcot at Mound City. A band of
music will accompany tho excursionist :
and nn oll'ort will bo made to Induco thorn
to return from Mound City In time to bo
proiont at tbo reception of the Juckson
Fink Ciuaiw. 1'etor Bnup, mnnutne-
turer of cigar nnd doalor in all kind of
tobacco and smoker' articles. No. 102
Commorcial uvonue, ha on hand a stocJc
of his celebrated brand of cigars, to which
he Invito tho attontlon of doaiors In such
goods. Thcito cigars havo n wldo-eprcnd
reputatlan as being as good as nny over
otTorod In this market, and tho llguroa at
which thoy aro .old am euro to attract
attention. Ho Invito. n examination It
hi. Rood, and pricos, and warrant, what
ho wlU to bo juu what ho ropro.ont,
thom to bo or monoy rolundd.
Circuit Couut. Tho nrgumonton tho
demurer to ibe declaration in tho case of
tbo people vs. the Illinois Central rali
road, wa coucludod In tho circuit oourt
yoatorday, Judfo Ilukor reserving hi
doclslon until the reassembling of court
on Monday tht 8th of Juno. Mr. AV.n
Hpiller, of DoSoto, Jackson county, and
Mr. 11. F. Howon, of Cairo, nppoarod in
u ouorou ball In tho sum of
w Ior Mloaso of J. F.. Park Tho
snu waa accopto l and I'm I. win lib
Tna Last Day. To-morrow, Sunday,
la'tho last day of May, and on Mondny
.Marshal MoIIalo will mako war on tho
dog. "Wo know of no place In tho city
whom tho light could bo opnnod with hot-
tor iucOos than in tho nnlghborhbpd of
Thk IIum.ktik oillco. It aoomt to tit
that threo-fourth or 4II the dog in llin
city imko It ji point to aitombjo on
Wathlngton aronuo, between Twolftb
and Thlrteontli tlroets, whore tlioy hold
high c'urnlval and niako nlubt bldtou by
tholr yolptngi. Tho slaughtering of 11 fow
of the noity brutos would to 1 great ro-
llof to the people of lliit neighborhood.
Hunoi.AiiY. Ohas. Schoonmoycr'
taloon, cornor ot Tenth and l'oplar ttrcolt
wa burglnrir.od on Thurtday night
omotimo bntweon ulovon and twolvo
oclook. Near twolvo o'clock Mn.
Scliocnmoyor had occation to
go Into the aioon wuon no lounu
tho iront door unlocked, and on looking
about, tho monoy drnwor nould nol bo
found in tbo home. Hhorill Irvin and
oilleor A. Cain wero.notlflod, and inndo an
examination of thopromisoi. Tho drawer
wni found bohlnd tbo hay scalot on tho
oppotlto tldo of tho ilroet, but tho cnth,
botwoon oight and ton dollar, wa ml(
tine. Thoro It yet no oloo to tho perpe
trator of tho burglary.
AssiouKr.'ri Notice Having dhpocoil
of nil cood ntiienod to mo by II. A.
Jfannon, nnd turned tbo nmo Into cnth,
I horoby nntlfv nil porion liavlng claim
gnlnsttiitd Hnnnon to prctent tliosamo
to tno within Uvo tlnysj nnd nil poMont
indobtcd to aidJ llannon will
plenio cnll at my otlico 111
llro;' illock nnd f.Ulo witldn fivo oaya
nya lrom dnto. All bills uniuttlud on or
boforo .hi nu VIrid. will bn placed in tho
band! of a lawyor for collection.
il. F. HI.AKB,
Ajfignoo of 11. A. Hanno:.
Cnlro, HI., My '23, 1871. 18-n-294t
OoMPTKOLt.EltV Notick. Nolieo U
horoby given that tho city hu employed
John Olndnoy to romovo from tho front
of nil house in tho city, all vegetable
nnd dry kilchon offal of all and ovory de
scription, providod tho sarno in placed ir.
boxc or barrel and placed In convenient
location in front of eald houtc. by eix
nnd n-hnlf o'clock n, m., ench woek-day
morning from Junu 1, 1871 to Scptombor
1, 1871. Citir.one nro requested to notify
tho city mnrehnl of any ncgloct on tho
part of Mr. Gladncy lu fuliailing hi duty.
M. S. Cox,
10.5-'27-Ot City Comptroller
Koitni.r.n i: lino. Mcjsm. Frod. Kooh-
ler & llro., ffboloialo nnd retail donlort In
fresh and smoked nicatf, havo ono of tho
llncit rotall mont 'uarlioti In tho city.
Thoir ehop U on Kighth street, nca
Washington avonuo, whero will always
bo found a supply of tbo cbolcoit fresh
beof, pork, veal, mutton, otc. Thy pto
poio to sell moat choapor than any other
oetablishmont In tho city, and in ordor to
do thli.Iwill coll for cuhh only. Thry
riot 1I0 a .-tdit bun'utcHi, and hopo no on
will Mk far oredll, at it will poiillvoly
bo rofusod. If customor do-not soowha
they want, thoy should nsk for it, as nil
kinds of meat) will bo kept constantly on
Pjiksonal. Mr. A. M. Austin, for
merly of this city, is, wo aro Inforraod,
cosily locatod in Kocklnnd, Mnino, on
gr.god in tho businets of dontlslry nnd
tho happy father of a bounolng boy. Mr.
Austin is nn accomplished dontist, al
ways givos satisfaction to hts cuitornors
and chargos only tho most reatonablo
prices for bis work. As a dontist ho was
quotod na A No. 1 whilo ho resided in
Cairo, and baa carried hie good roputntlen
with him to tho land of tho Ynnkoct.
MrtTituaof Villa Kidgo was In the
Mr. Huolnor, of tho Plantors' Houso,
hnsso far rocovcred from his Into attack
of typhoid fovor bs to be ablo to bo up
and attond to business again.
Mr. James II. llevcridgo, brother of
tbo govornor, and Mr, A. II. Piijuonnrd,
archltoct, of Sprlngllold, arrivod in tho
city yestorday. Mr. Leonard W. Volk,
sculptor, of Chicago, arrived in tho city
St. Louis, Iron Mountain ad
Southern IUiLwaY. Tho president of
this company, Mr. Thomas Allen, and tho
onginecr and superintendent of tho Cairo
division, Mr Ducatur Axtell, came from
the MLsouri tldo yestorday, nnd made n
genoral survey of our harbor, ouploying
tbo Nelilo Thomas for the purpoeo. They
came hero to rnako arrangements for tbo
transfur of frolgbtt and passeugors at this
point. T'jo terminus of tho St. Louia,
Iron Mountain and Southern railway,
la to bo changed from (Jroonlleld's land
inir to Illri's Point; nn inclinod plain and
do pot will bo placed thorn, and auitablo
boats arranged to mako prompt connec
tions with tbo Cairo & Vinconnv and tho
Illinois Central roads. Thmu roada aro
anticipating u large businoj with Arkan
sas and Texas. A now lltiiu tablo hae
beon arranged to go Into operation Jin a
fow dayt, eborteiilng tho tlmo of patten
gor trains to Texas from 11 vo lo tovon
Oivkn A Stay. Night boforo latt of
Seers Martin and Sboohau nrroslod Put.
Swoony, the dotperado whe some
tbroo yoara ngo itelo Into Judgo llrots'
houso and concoalod himself undor tho
judgo' bod, with tho ovidont intention of
murdering him. For this crlmoSwony wns
tout to the penltoutiary for ono year, and
having servod out hit time, aomo throe or
four months ago roturnod to tho city, nnd
in loss than Uftoon minutes alter.entorlng
the city waa heard tp mako 'threat of
vosganco against uvorybody who had
takon any part In his protocutlon. Ho
was nrrostod and sent to the city jail, but
was toon nltor reloased on condition mat
he would leave town. Nlht bolero latt
ho returned, and bolng drunk, conduoted
himsolf in a very disorderly manner, and
ae above atatod, was arrottod by olllcors
Marlin and Sboehmi. Yesterday ho was
takon before Juttloo lilrd who nssossod a
lino of f, 16 and coils against him and
gnvohtm twolvo hours In which to loavo
tho city. Swcony 1 n bad man and
should bo put beyond tho reach of doing
Thk Cairo and Sr. i.orm It. H. Tho
completion of this ro.l ba been delayed
by tho Qnanclal omburraMtiientsof Payson
& Cumin, tho contractors, resulting in
great part from this fact that, as to n as
thoy earned any of the bondH voted lo
tho rovloinoljoily enjoined thoir dollvcry.
Tho bondholder living In Kuropo di
lotis of tho complotton of thu rend liivo
cam.i forward Jand mada thU propos
ition . "Tho company may Keep tho In
toron on iho bond of the ft. 'id hold by
us for two years, amounting to $100,000,
lo bo expended In completing tho road- -to
bo oxpendod ni tbi money li mndo by
oporallng tho road." The company re
plioJ: "Wo inuit hnvo monoy to pay
duty on iron, nnd la buy Iron for twolvo
mile, and this mutt bo cash. Wo can
gut it from nobody but you. Will you
not lend tho amount lo ut, wo agreeing tu
sell tho bund of Cairo and Jonesboro, nnd
pay you tbo money you lend us, as soon
as wo havo earnoi tho bonds by complet
ing tho road ."The bondholder rosponded.
"llond rnruoil lu Illinois nro novor paid;
as toon at e&rnod thoy aro onjolnod, and
long and expenslvo litigation is tho roiult;
but tills wo will agroo to. If Cairo,, ami
Jonotboro and tho counties, will appoint n
t run too or trustee out of illinoit, any
porton thoy lmvo ccnlldonco In, to hold
tho bond under tho instructions tho prot
on! trustees have to not dolivur thom
until tho robd has bcon complutod cud
cars hnvo run from Cairo to St. Louis
wo will lond tho moneyto pay duly on tho
iron at Cairo and conimonco tho work.
eslordny the city counoil ngrood to do
tliii nnd nnrnod n trustoo in St. Louts,
slipulattnc that If the road U not com-
plotcd by tho tlrst of .Noveuibor noxt, tho
bonds tlinll bo retumod -to tho present
tructoo. Now, il Jonotboro nnd iho
countios d likowiso, tt,e road will bo lin
irhed by the tlrst ol Novombcr, beyond
In IIrikt. Worxmen wcro engaged
yostordny in closing tbo leak In tho gas
main noar the corner ol Tenth ttrool
and Washington avunue.
The Mothodiiti will hold tervicos in
tholr church to-morrow.
Service will bo hold in ull tho
churchoi of tho city to-morrow.
Tho streiU uro bocoming dusty again
and n good, l.cavv rain ii desirable. Tho
crops nood It t'10.
Cairo bo well roprefentod at tho
docornlion of tho soldiort graves nt
Mound City to-day.
HiiUid'.y Jlrot., yoitorday thijipod
tbirty-tlvo cars of gfaln par tho Orooa
Lino. A good day's work.
.luitico lllrd s police court was vory
qulut yojtorday. Tho detporado Swcsney
was Ihi only man brought up for trUl
Tho llluo fitoolclng baso ball club will
comiHorico practicing In a few days. Prop
erly managed thoy sught to play a good
Neafly nil tho lawyer of tho city
will loavo for Mount Vernon on Mon
dny to attond the session of tho supreme
Mr. S. Walter proposes to fence in
tho vacant lots at the corner of Twelfth
street atd Commercial avenue, and to ut
tho tarn at a lumber yard.
Urn. D. W. Munn will speak tt the
docorntion nt Mound City to day. AVe
understand, however, that thu war will
not bo fought ovor .gale.
Te lady member of tbo Methodist
church nro ro'iuotUd to meot at tho
church to-day, at cine o'clock, to assist
in pdtting down the new carpet which has
More grain hat been shipped lo Cairo
within Iho last two weeks than for any
similar length of time for several years
previous) Unlliday liroi. havo received
aa high aa sixty can in a tingle day.
Tho committee appointed to receive
thoTonnocsoo excur.;on!it to-day, should
remctnbor thnt thoy aro to meet In front
of tho Clty National l ack at prociioly
ono o'clock this afternoon. It is hoped
that nllJwIU bo prnieut
Hcv. Duertchnor of tho Herman
Lutheran church, will conduct tcrvioos in
tho church to-morrow, tho repairs on Iho
building having beon so near completed
as to no longer be tt obttruciion to tho
congregation meeting in tho houfe.
A married coupla living in tho old
frorry House ditturMwl U10 penco and
quiet of tho neighborhood night beforo
lait by lighting about a "boarder," who,
tho husband doclarod, wai "too twoot" 011
his bettor half. Sargoant Cain nnd odlcor
Martin Interfered and put u stop to the
Th peopio of Villa llldgo uro allvo
to tho Importanco'of securing tho county
seat of Pulaski county nt that place.
Tboro Is not 11 mun living within thrtio
mile of tho lltdgo thnt docs not boliovo
that It Is the only place in tbo county Ut
lor Iho county 0ai. Thoy will mako a
strong light for tho location and If thoy
aro beatou it will not bo bocnuto thoy did
not nxort tl.ijiniolvos totocuro it.
Snoo Flv Warm wcathor will soon
bo horo, Nw I tho limy to guard ngalnst
Illos, gnuts nnd moiquitoes, I will say to
tho public that 1 nm making n epocialty
of groon wire cloth this ooason and will
duplloato Chicago and St, Louie
pricos. I aitu kocp constantry on
hand n largo variotyof Bird
Cages, Moit JluaUott, Flour Stands,
Tollot Sett, riath Tubs, nnd a on
oral etock of Jnpanod, plain nnd stamp
pod llnwaro, nofrigorators,Wator OoolorH
and Cooch' IX L loo Oroam Froozor.
Also tho Odoll improvod Stop Ladder,
which will bo sold nt bottom llgurot.
O. W. Hondorson, 100 Oommorcinl av
enuo, Cairo, Hie, 7 l-2i.lm
Thk inrgost nnd hoot-solccted stock
of FUUNITIJUU for nnlo nt wbolusalo
nnd rolail by HKNHY KIOHHOFF, No.
116, ComtiKiri'lnl nvonno.opjioslti) Hovonth
JlKCKWION OoMMtTTKB. The follow
ing named Rcntlomon will remember that
they nro membor of tho roccptlon r.om-
mlttco to moot tbo Tennosioo exctirlon-
ists to-dny. and it 1 oxnoolnd ihev w'.ll
bo on hand at tho proper ilmo 1
Tho Mayor nnd (Jlty Council.
II 11 Thnyor,
H S Taylor,
11 II Candw,
H W Croon
P II Topo,
(I M Aldon,
J as. S Swavne,
S P Wheeler,
C 1 1 annoy,
M Jl liarrolt,
1) J Itakor,
J II Mulkey,
I U Hudson,
K W Mtl!or,
O V Dunning,
A O linrritoti,
U F llUko,
J (1 Lynch.
ohn II Oborlv
O It Woodward
D L Davi.
M F Cox,
1) W Atuun.
C Winston, .
(I D WllliftinJon,
iv ji uunnitighaui,
W II llnstol.
P W Uarclav.
D T Parker,
H D Aycri,
O M llowo.
John (.1 Harmon.
will moot In
tho City National
'clock, sharp, and
tho Cnlro ellvor eornnl hand
march to tho Oroon Lino whnrf-
boat, whom tho trnnsfor boat, McCombs,
Will innj llio excurslonliU. On rrlval of
our visitor, thoy will form In line, nnd lod
by tho band nnd roceptlon com-
mittoo, march to tho lovoo, thenco down
tho lovoo to tho city nntlonnl bank, whoro
tho wolcomo nJdros and tho rosnonio
will take plnco. At tho conclusion of
this projrammo tho ntaembly will bo dis
missed and apond tho bHlnnco of tho tlmo
thoy rouialn in tho city as they may see lit
It is hoped that ns many ot tho mom.
oora 01 1110 rocopiion commiiloo as ran
will be in attondanco.
Socond-hund clothlng,watchc, lowolrv
pistols, tc, bought and nld. Alto n lot
llrufsols' ..-nrpot, furniture, i,ts., for sale
Uppotilo Cairo and Vinconno railroad
dopol. 1M 3-27-tfl M. Coyne
A now houso containing throo roanse
and slJo porch," two good lot?, cittern
and etablo. Iho proporty it eituatod on
Twonty-tlrst stroot bolwcon Walnut nnd
Cedar streets. ior further particular
mquiro on tho promisee. 31-C-7-lm
Tkn pounds of brown sugar for Jl ;
pounds beet colloo sugar nt $1, 3 pound
of cholco bujttor nt il; baking powder -15c
per lb; Imporlnl ten at il ; potatoes :J0
cents per pick; 0 ibt cotfeo ri.ut AVilcox
Hlock. 107 2-1-1 in.
IOB OP.KAM PAULOlt.
T. 11. KHis, ac Iho Arlington house,
horoby announce that hu has opened an
lco cream parlor at tho Arlington houso
lor tho accommodation of tho pub'ie,
J-nmllles supplied. All orders promptly
attended to. Tl-i-17-tf
NOT1CK TO SHIPPERS.
On and after this date, until lurther no
. . ...'
nee, a regular ir.ia win run tiatwocn
Cairo and Chicago, leaving Cairo daily,
oxcept Saturday,!-.: B a.m. arriving in Chi.
csgo at 6:40 tho next morning. v
Jamf.b Joii.vioN, Auont.
Cairo, May 27, 1874.
DOGS I DOGS!
Notico in horoby given that on and
after Juno 1st, all dogs nnd sluts found
running nt largo will bo killed by rno, or
under my diroction, unless tho rcqulrod
tax it paid on tbo same.
1 will receive dog tax on and after
May 22nd ut tho city clerks ofilco.
Wsr. McIIalk, City Marshal
Horaco A. Hannon, having this day
made nn assignment to tho undersigned
lor tho equal boneut of ;his creditors, nil
poraon hnving claims against him, aro
horoby notified to present tho eamo for
adjustment, and all persons indobted to
said llannon nro notified to call and rauko
settlomunt, or I thai! procood tocolleot by
suit. Byron F. Blake,
Aiilgneo of Horaco A. Hannon.
Cairo, 111., May 20. 005-21.31
1-or th noxt Ion dny I will ollor for
sain tho ttock of good in Etoro, No. 120
Commercial avenue, ut Icsb than cost, and
all thosp wishing books, stationery, brack
ots, ploturo frames, mouldings, wrapping
pnpor, cto., should call early us ovorything
must bo sold Immodiatoly.
Byron Blake, '
Assignoo of H. A. Hnnnon.
O. O. Bodon, Director of Conservatory
of Music, nnd Trachor of Vocal, Organ
nnd Plnno Music. Instruction given in
nil strlngod und wind Instruments, .mo
mentary principles, thorough bass, bar
raony nnd counter point, Unprecedented
inducements otTorod. Thoao wishing to
socuro hi aorvicoa will pleaeo npply at
tno Uonservntory of Music cornor of
Twolfth etroot and Wnahington nvenuo.
PianoH tunod and ropalrod.
DISSOLUTION OF PAilTNKKSIIlF.
Cairo, May 10, 1871.
Notjck. Tho firm of I), Hnrtman &
Co, has boon dissolved this day by mutual
Auoukt AV, Osteiiloil'
S. A. Silver,
It. H. CUNNlNdHAM. 8,'i 20-lf
Cairo, May 10, 1871.
I hnvo this day sold out all my Interest
In tho lirm of D. Hnrtman & Co., to 1).
Hnrtman, and oil debts duo tho llrm will
bo eottlcd by 1). Hartmnn.
Auoust AV. Osiku' on.
B. H, Cunningham, 87-6.20-tf
For Stovkk, TlnwaroOUotwaro, etonm
cooking vessels, broilors, bird cages, lan
erns, g'lta epringo, gate hingos, tablo nnd
pookoi cutlory, iluting Iron. Also for
roollng, guttora and spouting, go to A,
Halloy'a, lCrt Washington nvonuo, noar
Tenth etroot. Bb 4-17-1 m.
Cam, nnd examine 'llio nw i v.itnnt
nt D. Arlor & Co'. 41-B-lfUtm
Oalt and oxamino ihn nnw
nt D, Arlor A Co'bV
Mosquito wiro soreon cloth nt Hallo v'
ohonpor than tho cheapest. 60 4-17-lrn
nt I), Arter &
Jj&yWnntud, at tho Nt. Charles Ilotol,
Huvonty-tlve day lnrilor nt tho reduced
rtos, 78 6-10-lf
Fivo thoutaud fruit barrolt for ralo.,
Umiulro of Ualllday Bro', Nv. 70, Ohifj.
. . . . w
leveo, uairoi or
(Jko. liuns, Agent,
!tl-3-22-::0t Mound City, III.
Tun MoxiTon. For tho Monitor, tho
luxl otinl Cook Stuvo uvor mndo ir tho
Fathlo'i, tho champion wood Cook of tho
Wost, g- to A. Ilnllcy'f, 108 Wathlngton
nvsnui', near Tuntb tro't.
1-55 1 7-m
Wit v Mlts Anna, whoro did you got
that nlco hutY At Mn. ltullz' Mil
Ilncry gloro, comer of Wathlngton ov
enuo nnd Klovonth Hreot. Sho has tho
latest faslilons, and tho nicest and cheap
est bala that ever catno to Cairo.
Piano For Balk. trtt-oUt ("even
and a quarter ootnvo plnno choap for cash,
or can bo traded for, part cash uud but-
acco In dross gnodt; or opon to any other
trade, by nddrottlng XXX,
Health and Pure ATKn. Pemoni
wnntlng cisterns ropalrod or now onoa
built can bo accommodatod lu a eatisfnc
tory mannor by calling on tho undor
algnod on Crots street, or by addrotslng
box 670, P. O., or by leaving word at city
ciuru oinco j, n. haw kin?.
Bti:I' and Kxtonston liaddore, Sand
Scroonr, Biddlos, Siovos, Shnvolt, Spadot,
Forks, Hoot, Bake, AVatorCloiol Urinal,
Kitchen and Ccs Pool Sinks, Clothes
Blngors, Clothes Uonot, Clothes Llnotn
and, lu fact, a lull assortment of kltohen
nnd Homo furnishing goods nt A. Hal
luy', ICS Washington nvonuo, near Tenth
stroot. so 4-li-im
Tui: harbor cop is on .do cornor ot
Eighth atroot and Commercial nvonuo
whero J. Goorge Sticnhouio with hi gon
tlomanly attlstaut can bo found nt n-ny
hour of tho day or night, ready to tooth 0
your fooling with a smooth ehavs, or cool
your tomper and'-head with a good sham
poo. It is a Cret-clats shop, nnd you aro
sure of receiving nrst-claea troatmont
Lndiot' and children's hair cut or curled
after tbo inoti approved style, fi-15-tf
B. mytii & Co. Oirr for sale 60,000
old cigars, which thoy will soil cheap and
guarantee lo be ijood tobacco and tmoko
well. AVholeealo lrom l to f 30 por
1,000; retail, two to flvn cents each. One
ihouicnd pounds lino smoking tobacco in
ono nnd ono nnd n half poind packnge
Thoy nlto havo 10 barrels good vinegar; 3
platform counter bcalos, and ono palon
coal oil enn, which thoy will sell at a bar
ALotoi'Nbw Buooies. Win. Eloh
holT, wholosalo and retail doalor In furni
tnro, factory at the earner of Seventeenth
street and Wathlngton avenue, wltboa to
Inform tho pooplo of Cwro that ho has
Jutt recolved a lot of ohlldron's buggios
nnd cnrriogcj, whloh bo offors to soil at
natonlshlnglylow pricoi. Parents in want
of such articles aro respectfully roque6tod
to call and oxamino hit stock before pur
cnatliig oltowbero. 4-6-27-tf
Notice to Bcilders. Having started
up our taw mill again, wo aro now pro
pared to furnish all kinds of building
material at lower pricon, dellvorod, than
It can bo bought from country mills
Wo have also on hand two hundrod
thousand fett of asiorted lumueu thnt
waa colored by slpo water that wo will
soil nt lrom $7 to S10 per 1000 root.
AVall ii Ent,
Millinery. Mrs. Jncfeion, formerly
jlrs. Swnnder, Is now on hand with tho
choapoit etoek of Millinery in Cairo
Sho hns lowered her houso even with the
sidownlk to give tbo ladiw un easy en
trance and has lowered hor prlco to glvo
thom nil a chnnco to buy n beautiful apring
hnt or bonnot nnd anything oleo In hor
line that ihoy may want. Her etoro la
now ono or tho most attractive, as it has
long boon ono of tho choapest placsa In
town to buy, Cnll and too hor and bo con
vinced. IB 0-3-lw
To all, particularly Invalid, spring Is
a trying snaton. Indications of sickness
should at onoo bo attondod to. Fatal
dituttjoa may bo causod by allowing tho
bowols to becomo conBllpated, nnd tho
systom to rotnnln in a dlsordorod condition,
until tho disorder has tlmo to dovolop It
self. An ounco of proyontion la worth a
pound or euro, is an old nnd truthful say
ing. Thorotoro, wo ndvieo nil who nro
troubled with tho complaints now vory
provaloht hoadncho, indlgostlon, dis
ordered llvor, want of nppo
tlto, nauson, or fovorish skin,
to tako, without dolay, Schonok's Man
dralco Pills. AVo know of no romody eo
hurmloss und doclslvo in its notion. It at
onco Btrlkoa nt tbo root of tho disease nnd
producos nlionlthy tono to tho eye torn.
Pooplo nood novor suiror from nny dlsonco
arising from n dlsordorod condition of tho
llvor If thoy would tako this oxcollont
modlclno whon thoy fool tho first Indica
tion of thu mulndy, Famlllcu loavlng
homo for .tho euaumor months should tnko
throo or four boxos of thosu pill with
thom, Thoy havo nn almost Instuntano
ou8 oiled. Thoy will rollovo thu nntioni
of hoadncho in ono or two hour, nnd will
rnpidly clonnee tho liver of surrounding
bllo. nnd will cnootually provont a bilious
attack. Thoy uro sold by nil drugKlete,
DO 4-30-1 m-nod
A. lurnlshod house, No. 11(1, Thlrtuonth
stroot. Apply to Mrs. Knlo Sundiuky,
May Itlowxiu For the boat coal cook
atovo buy, iho celebrated Jlay Flowor.
For tho best wood cook itovo buy tho old
rollablo Charter Oakj fnmoui for giylng
satisfaction ovorywbero and bolng Mpoel
ally ndaptod to tho want of eyory house
hold. 1 koop h largo Trloty (of Other
cooking aloves, whloh ard bought for oath
nnd will bo o)d cheaper than the cheap
eal. If you want a cap of good coffeo
for breakfast buy tho Planished Ooffeo
Biggin or Fronch coffoo pot. A full iup
ply or Ilrltnnla coffoo and lea pot alwaya
on hand. Don't forirdt tho placo.
O. "W. HknuboN,
I'M-H-lm 100 Oonimerolal ,e,, Cairo
HsNnr Kiciiiiorr ii how prepared to
ropatr, varmah nnd polish furnlturo and
plnnna Inha very beat manner.
"CitUMim ot comfort" at D. Arter &
Oo's. 43-6-10-1 m
I tnko pleasure in calling
tho niton tion of tho public to
my fcslt nnd full stock of
now and ologant Furnituro, nt
my Furniture nnd Matrass
Factory, cornor Seventeenth
Street and Wnahington Avo-
nue. My stock embraces
Bedsteads, Wadrobcs, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, "Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gios, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is usoful or orna
mental in my line.
This being tho only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose offering bettor
goods at lower prices, and
have made a largo redaction
in the prices of All my goods.
Call and oxamino my stock
And secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade I offer special induce
ments. Noto the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer in Fur
nituro and fllatraesc.i.
MKAL MTAtB AfillUX.
John (J. irarirun.- ril
J. Q. HARM AN & CO.
And Land AgcnUol the Illinois Central and
Burllnglun and Missouri It. It. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Lovou,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Lea'ee, (Second Floor,) t
Iluy and Sell IlKAL K8TATK. Pay TAXES,
FurnlsheB AbntractH or Tfilo.
IT IS 3STOT TIRyTEJ
D It. HULTZ
UK IN NTII.I. I.1VIHU AND IB OAIH
111 ofilco anddUpoMarr'at
NO. 22 UiailTH STREET,
Hot, Commorclal ana Wammgton avenues
It In truo, tho doctor U ono or tho olde.t
physiolan of U10 place, and hie diplomat
that hangH in IiIh ollloo, shows that be ban
bocn 33 yoara in tho profotwlon. He 1 doing
a larger olllco pruetlco than nny other phy
filclan, treating nil kinds of chronlodtaoatoH
ot tho hnman Hyatein, ouch as old ulcere, and
all Ulseaao or the ekln, humors and blood
posonn ; also dUcaBos or tho throat ; alao
all dlBoasen ol tho ovos of yoars Btnudlni; :
also artlllclul oyoH inserted; fhitUU cured
without tho u.o ol a knlfo; cancers curoV
by;tho application of medlclnoa; plmiiloa ou
the faco romovod; all urinary dlHeaaes
curod ; all formn of voneroal and prlrato
Ul8oaBo,'cured in tho Hhoitwt tlmo ; somla
weuknuBd und eclf-abuso curod in a shor
It le noU-ovldont that a physician treating
cuHosfor twouty-two yoars acquires great
Bkill. , r -,
All consultations confldenMcal, la person
medicines furnished at oflee lit
10-23 tf.l Dn. DAVID IlOLTC,
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(SuooosBori toD, Hurd:,Bon.)
Commission Merchants, V
VJ.UUa,UHAIM ANI1 HAT.
No Oa Ohio Levoo, OAIKO, IhLB,