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This lube onljr Po le islon.il "Hrassan
filrlnff Hand" In Sottt burn Illinois, unci It 1
now ready and pir-pared to furnish music
In my numbers for
and Parties of nil kinds.
Ep.'Wittio, Umlrr. o. c. HonxN, Scc'y
All communications should bo addrcsued
In tho Secrotary. Conservatory 'of Music,
Comer Twelfth street and , Washington
avenue, oo li-B-u,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
DR. DAVID PARKINSON,
Jlavioi; located In Cairo, solicits tlic pat
ronage or tho.c delrlnjr Dental Work.
Hiving been ovrr twenty ear successfully
I'nuKcd In the study ami jir.ictlcc nf Doiitls
try. Gt all It variom hraii::hei,hcft'cls.ii(tl
ilcdln saj lng that full satisfaction will be
Alt Work WAHRAXTKD SntUfarlor)-
Ucfercncti, Diploma and Testimonial"!
freely exhllilttil when dclred. lr. Turk,
tnson U prepared to malic
U0L1I AND SILYF.K PLATE,
ENGLISH AM) AMERICAN I'M
TIN A, AM) CELLULOID IIAHK,
. . v.. icctn on ', maklne a tine
iSvTmutc when Nature fall. KXTHAIT
IN'O and PLUUUIN'O done In u workman
like manner, oltcn avlne tbo teeth for life.
Charged rca.'onable, Extracting 60 edits,
Silver fillings 50 cent".
OHUce room In W. O. Crry's ltuIMInu,
Comer Sixth street and Commercial avenue
GTEntrancc on Sixth street.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS &, CO-,
Takci great pleasure In announcing Hint
they arc now prcparod to puppty everybody
with lake ice of the very best quality, either
at their hotics or at the Mores. Order
should be left at the office, Xo. CO Ohio
ICE. ICE. ICE
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Whole-ale and Itetalt Dealers In
PUKE LAKE IOK,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky
Cairo ortlrc at Union .t Wilson's, corner
Twelfth street ami Uiuo icvcc.
Wo will run an Ico wagon throughout the
wason. ili-liverlmr pure like ice in any put
of the city at the lowest mal'Kcl price, ami
will al.-o liirnlKh our friends outside the city
with Ice hv the eako or ear load, packed in
mw dust, lor snipment to any uihianco.
Endowment Scheme !
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
. IN AID OF Till"
Public Library of Kentucky.
JULY 31, 1874:.
In announcing the Fifth nnd Iat of tho
i-erics of (lift ConccrU, given for tho benefit
of tho Public Library of Kentucky, the
trustees and manager refer witli prldu and
pleasure to the four whlebhavn been already
ghen: The first, December 18, 1874; tbosec
ond, December 2, 187:!; tho third, July tj,
lt78; and the fourth, 31 arch 31, 1ST 1.
Under their charter, granted by n i-pcclal
ttrtof the Kentucky Lcgl.-Jaturc, March 1G
1&71, tho Trustees are authorized to L'lvc
ONK MOOKl", and OM.V ONK MOOllK
(litl fiuictTt. With the money arllng from
the Filth and LaU concert, the Library, -Mil-euui,
ami other department nro to be en
larged and endowed with a fixed and certain
annual Income. Such au endowment fund
li desired, a will secure beyond peradven
lure, not only the maintenance of this mag
nificent utabllhiucnt, but its constant
The Fifth Gift Concert,
for tho ourpocs mentioned, ond which In
jKj.lthely and uneiiulvoeally announced as
'run i..sT which will kvkk jik
01VEN l NDKlt THIS (MIAHTKU AND
liV Till", PKKSKNT MANAGEMENT, will
nine oiriu the Public Library Hull, atLouli
llle,Ky. Friday July 31, 1S74.
At this Hnal Concert cvervtbinc will be
upon a scale correciKindlng with It In
created Importance, Tho music will be
rendered by an orchestra consisting of one
hundercdjicrloniicrH, selected forthelr famo
muitlertut Und', and the unprecedented
Him of '
' i .I, .V1 twenty thousand giftc, will be
distributed among the tlcket-hblders.
VIST Or iIFTH.
ur( k UUAM) CASH G IFT eiM.000
CItANI) 10TAI. 'JO-UOn mvra
AU. CAHll 52,600,000
I'llICi: fi i"rii'K irii4.
"1 u',1'1 fur... Wfl 1
-y'Ufor ,". j 0001
; i oic 'i ickeU i fio.00
111" lor :tlf nnil nrili.r.1
by eah will bo uromntlv
taturaeu.iyig,.,,,, "o auowcu to
THOS. U, llttAMLV.TTE,
Agent and Munatrcr.
t.i!lfili.4vlUrary Uuudln8 Loul.Mlk., icy
CARRIAQE & WAGON
uih.aI OIUI l'AWIIIAi.llil -.
xdfceiiVV .r: i.,'.,..'u OK.
1 1 .1 r. 1 1 if A. vl k rittvi,
ONK GltANI) OAsVl YAW V.V V,'
HVI, :,V'1 , tuo ........ "i
1M' 111 . K'l rnuti .riv7. '."l
f.i "!', 6.000 each. ...
ft lash utr IS, 4,000 each. . .
If. ( aS v '-i.OOO each. . .
IWJIASH ((JITS. 1.000 curb
210 GA1! (,IKTs Wcaeh ' '
WPAHH mrr lOOcael i.'.'.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to Uke IVom in n thousand bill
heads, Rood ii.iner and ltnol printed, Tor
f 1.2.-.. .
Olio thousand statements printed at TltK
III I.I.KTIM 0M1C0 IOr f.l.HU.
One thnimnd noto heath- printed at Tiim
Dlti.LiTlM oillco for 4.00 j two thousand for
One thousand InixltiCM card, line llristnl
Im.-iril. nrlnliwIntTHK HllLLKTlN Ollk'fl .lor
from 2.no to $1.00, according to alxc.
WEDNESDAY, JUNK 10,187
And motallccaioi at Wilcox's block at
much less than usual prlcos -tfi-GC-tf
Boda Watib. T. K. Sullivan will
gtvo you the belt glass of soda wator to bo
tound in the city.
do to tho Tromont houso when In
Chicago, and you will agroo with us that
it stands without a rival. 67 G-10-lt
"Thi: llvu.mix Is tonder with tbo
That convention should bo handled ten-
dorly, for tt was a very tondor affair,
CiOAns. For tho host Cigars and To
bacco in tho city, go to T. K. Sullivan's,
Commercial avenue, noar Tonth streot.
Tho best In tho city. Gl-O-lO-tf.
Doos Tho city marshal is after the
dogs, and thoso who haro not prooured
inuzzlei for their's nood not complain
if somo lino morning they dad thorn doad
at tho door.
TltK SrnEKTfl Tho streot committee
went out yestorday to tako a look at the
ground ever which it is proposod to ex
tend Waihlngton avonuo. What conclu
sion thoy arrived at wo wero unablo to
gSuLLiVAK. T. K. Sullivan, solo agent
for Fouquctt's Colobratod Porfumod Starch
of Gloss, tbo bost article of tho kind in
uio. l'rico 25 cents por box.
D.oi. Chiof of Polico AlcIIalo slaugh-
torod sovontcon dogs yesterday morning,
and yet tho editor of the 'Sun' is not
hippy." Ho saw livo dogs yostor-
day, and immediately wont off and waihod
Losr. Somowhoro In tho uppor portion
of the city a citizon's saddle Any ono
finding it will bo rowarded by roturnlng
tbo samo to Dr, G. 0. Parkor, Sixth itroot
botwoon Washington and Commercial
Hkalth anu Puiik ateu. Persons
wanting clstorns ropairod or now onos
built can bo accommodated in a satisfac
tory manner by calling on tho undor
signod on Cross stroet, or by addressing
box 67. P. 0., or by leaving word at city
clerk's office. J. S. Uawkinh.
F. li, a. A. Our colored frionds of tbo
ordor of Frco Uonovolent Soni of Araori
ca, bavo mado arrangomonts for a picnic
and oxcurslon at Tun noli hill on July
Fourth. A special train on the Cairo and
Yincennos road will bo chartered for the
occasion. A good timo is anticipated
K.K.IC Noticos similar to tbo fol
lowing wero a fow day ago found postod
n a number of placos in Thebes' precinct:
Notice is horeby el von that any person
or porsons rnoddling in any way with any
of tho Thomas Petit heirs or their estato,
will be banged. JNo respector of por-
ons. By order of tho K. K. K. COM.
The author of this bit of Ku-Kluxtsm
i tuppoiod to bo at present a resident of
CounKCTioN. In our roport of thojflro
on Sunday wo stated that Mrs. Osborne
had $200 Insurance on her furnituro. Wo
aro informod that this Is a mistake Mrs.
Osborne had no Insurance, and lost every
thing, Mr. Koberti. who lived in ono of
Mrs. Nassanl's housos says tho 11 ro did
not broak out in that part of tho houso in
which he lived, that It orlginatod in the
Dnuac. For tho best puro drugs go to
P, E. Sullivan's, Commercial avonuo noar
Tenth stroet. Porscrlptlous carefully
prepared at all hours day and night.
Lost. On Monday evening, oltbor on
Commercial avonuo betwoon Tenth and
Nineteenth stroots, or on Washington
avenue betweon tho same stroots a Truscau
Cold locket, with tho following Inscription
ongravod on tho back of it: "Christmas,
1873, M. P. W., Jr..toS. K. J." There
is alio a portrait In tho locket, The
Under will bo suitably rewarded by loav
tng tho same at Tin: IIum.ktin Omcx.
Milunkiiv. Mrs. Jackson, formorly
Mrs. Swander, is now on band with tbo
choapoit stock of Milllnury in Cairo
She has loworod hor houso oven with the
sidewalk to glvo tbo lad Ins nn easy on
tranco and has loworod hor prlco to glvo
thorn all achanco to bu a beautiful spring
hat or bonnot and anything olso in hor
lino that they may want. Her atoro is
now quo of tho most attractlvo, as it has
ong boon ono ot tho cheapest nlacos In
.own w buy, ju and sco her and bo con-
II.-.. a -I.. . 1 .
n.v six o clock p, in, june Ulh
1874, Maurice Patrick, inlaut ion of John
and Mary Clancy, aged,four montbi and
nineteen days. The funeral will lak
placo to-day, Juno 10th, by special train
at l i o'clock. Friends of the family are
inviua to attend. Une year aao Tester
aarair.uiaucy burrled a bright llttl
boy, and leu than a month ago his wife
UDODJrin n' T ""called
'rionl.and our clti,9u,
Tiiankb. Uhlman & Ellis will accopt
our thanks for ft feait of tholr oxcellont
Ico croam, Thoy havo Juit opened a noat
andcory ostabllshmont noar tho cornor
of Tenth street and Washington avenue,
where they will at all times be ploaied
to wait upon ah who call upon him,
How much will tho peoplo havo to
pay tho board of county commlsslones for
(lolntt nothing yestorday and to-day.
Sun, last nlfcht. .
Tho county commissioners might re
main In sossion tho yoar round, and yet
so Tar as tho mattor of taxes would be
concornod it would not mako a cont's dif
ference with tho editor of tho 'Sun.'
LouAt. Shout Stoim. Commissioner
Saundors loft for home last evening.
Tbo Ohio river Is only about olovon
foot abovu low wator mark.
Mr. Huefnor of thu l'lantor's Homo
was at 3t. Louis yestorday. Ho returned
Countv Surveyor. Holy Is engaged
In getting up a now map of thu city, hIiow
ing tho oxtont to which tho Mississippi
river hai waihoJ away, and thu accretions
to tho banks along tho lovoo and at thu
County Uoirs. Tho quoitlon of bat
ter county roads is ono of considorablu
importance, and Is attracting much atten
tion. To put the highways of the county
In evan a lair condition will reoulro n
JL .-"5". 1 u2.uiiuituiu ui aunty 11111
tho county has now on hand or can pos
sibly raiio, without greatly Increasing
taxation. Tax-payers already grumble
atthehlh taxes, and if enough was to
be tacked on to ropalr tbo roads, such a
whino would be sot up as was novor boforo
hear! In tho county. The county com
missioners will no doubt do tholr bost in
the promise', but if thoy do not moot the
expectations of tbo publio, it will bo bo
cause they havo not tho moans with which
to do bettor.
PKnjos'ALis.Ms. Mr. A. U. Upshawf
of the daily Courier-Herald,' published
at Jackson, Tonnossee, is In the city on a
business trip. Mr. Upshaw roprosonts
ono of tho best advertising sheets in west
Tenneiseo, and our merchants, many of
whou draw the bulk of their trado from
that quarter, will do well to patronize
Maj. Morrill and Mr. M. 11. Good
rich of tho Cairo and Vinconnos road, re
turned to tho city yestorday morning,
aftor an absonca of soreral days.
L. W. Palmor has "gono north" on a
short business trip.
Mr. Chat. Bonder, road master of
tho Cairo and Vineennos road Is in St.
Louis visiting bis family.
K. M. Ilavons and 0. F. Slophons,
contractor on tho Uird's Point extonslon
of tho Cairo, Arkansas and Toxas road
havo taken rooms at tho St. Charles.
Prominent among tbo arrivals at the
St. Charles yosterday wore E. A. Morse
and S. II. Hayes, of Chicago; D. II. Lewis,
Cleveland, Ohio; E. W. Kldgoway, St.
Louis; Tbos. Mastin, Boston,- Waller
Wayland, New York, atd Sam Barlow ,
Police Gouivr. Mr. Miohael McCar
thy, of VIcksDurg House notorioty, was
before his honor Judge Brois yestorday
morning on a charge of assaulting one
John Downing with a deadly weapon.
Mlshael was not roady for trial and gavo
bonds in tho sum of $500 for his appear
ance this morning, when tho caso will bo
heard. Chief Mellale mado tho arrost.
Mr. James Kyan, was arrested by
olllcor LaUuo for hauling without license.
The case was conllnuod to ton o'clo.k
-Alico Lewis, bottor known as "Big
liOgged Jaok," for disturbing tba poaco
was arrosted by Sheoban and Martin.
Sho was lined live dollars and costs, and
glvo tlmo in which to pay.
Lizzie lToward, an obony hued
"nymph of tho pave.' was arrested by A.
Cain for using abusivo and offenaivo lan-
guago. it was shown that Lizzto has a
"bad tonguo In hor hoad," and that she
frequently lots it loose,ana on such occa
sions acts in a "manner too wicked for
boliof." She was Qnod $5 and the appond
agos, in dofault of the paymont of which
she wan sont to the hotel de McCarthy for
tho spaco of fourteon days. J
That Monumknt. Tho Mound City
'Journal' referring to the letting of the
contract for erecting a monument in tho
national cemotery at that placo, says tho
stato commissioners wet at that placo the
foropart of last wrek "to ex-
amino bids and dosigns, and
to lot thu contract for the work
Sevoral excellent deitgns, sixteen in all
wo beliovo, wero offered, and soveral
artists 'were prosont to explain thorn,
Tbo most roughly sketched design of all
bore off' tho prize. Emory & Co., of
.'aducab, wero tho fortunate men. They
wero favored by Oommliiloners Loonoy,
and Willis, whilo Hambleton favored a
doiign by Volk, an artist of note from
Chicago. The design accepted provides
tor a monumont sovonty foot high, to bo
built or Georgia granite. It is to bo sur
mounted by a statuo; and the original de
sign provided for four statues at tbo base,
but wo understand tho contract is left
open In a ratbor looso way, and that thoso
statuos may be reducod to two, or nono at
all. In fact, that tho design accoiittd Is
no guarantoo that tho monumont to bo
erected will bo similar to It. This should
not bo, in justice to competitors. We
learn also, that Moisri. Loonoy and Willis
adopted a resolution to call upon tho
state for tho $25,000 appropriated and
deposit It whoro it will bo handy to
manipulate, In a prlvato bank at Metrop
olis. This, howevor. tirah&hli' la nmi.
in 'oural tin.
portant oases, of which the case
In.titutod by tho railroad cumuilulonari
Kln.t the Illinois central railroad, and
the Cairo and fit. Louis railroad, bond
injunction case wore tl, ,., 1...
j portant. In tbo former Judge !)!, held
the railroad law undor which tho suit
was ''brought, to be constitutional)
and auilalnod ninolooh of tho
twonty-elght ' courts of tbo
declaration ulod by tbo attorneys for tba
stato. It will be rememberod that this
was a suit brought for discrimination nnd
oxtortlonato charges for tho transporta
tion of freight, and for excosslvo charges
on pasiongors. The suit is brought for
ouo hundred thousand dcllars. In tho
Cairo nnd St. Louts railroad Injunction
caso, Judgo Bakor granlod tho injunction
rostralhlng tho transfer of tho city and
ccunty bonds Issued in atd of the con
struction of the road to a trusteo oulsldo
of tho state, and inttmatod in
giving his docision that in bis opinion
tbo poopls of Cairo and Alexander
county did not subscribo to a narrow
gaiigo road. In announcing his docision
bo said that at first ho thought tbore was
nothing in tho bills, that ho had had no
tlmo to consider tbo question, Involvod,
but had ooncludod that tboro might bo
snmethtng in some of the points made and
would theroforo grant tho injunction.
He rcqulrod a bond in oach caso of $41),
000, This doos not ond tbo mattor. Tbo
question will now bo tried upon Its merit,
and tbo judge will probably decide to
mako tbo injunction perpetual,
T. K. Sullivan Tboro Is no moro
onorgotlu young man In tho city than T.
li. HiilljwHii Hn.l lof, to'bo.UBtru
ized, Hn has onu of tho noatoit drtii; 1
tabliihmonts in tho state, and his stock of
drugs cannot bo rurpaisod. Gl.r.-10-tf
A furnished houp, No. .10, Thirteenth
street. Apply to Mrs. Kato Sunduiky,
Tr.N pounds of brown sugar for $1 ;
8 pounJH best cofioo sugar at $1, 1 pounds
of cboico butter at $1; baking powdor 46c
por lb; Imperial tea at $1 ; .1 lbs coffoo
$l,at Wilcox's Block. 107 2-1. 1m.
"OrtUMiis ot comfort" at D. Arlor &
IOK OKEAM PAMLOll.
T. B. Ellis, at tho Arlington houso,
horeby announcos that ho has oponol an
ico croam parlor at tho Arlington houso
for tho accommodation of tho public.
Families supplied. All orders promptly
attended to. 71-6-17-tf
110, FOlt THE KOCKY MOUNTAINS.
Illinois Okntral It. H. Co.
Agt's Office, Cairo, Juno U. j
On nnd after this dato, until Oct, 15, wo
will soil oxennion tickols from Cairo to
Donvor, Col., at $82 60.
Cl-G-7-Gt. James Jortxsox, Agor.t.
BOAIID OF Til AD K, ATTENTION I
A spoclal mooting will bo hold tt the
Chambor of Commerce, Monday, tho 8th
inst., at 10 o'clock, for the transaction of
important business. Samples of now
wheat from Tcanoneo will bo offered at
auction, and millers aro requested to at
tend. Wood Kittknhocsk, Prest.
A now bouse containing throo rooms
and sido porch, two good lot, cistern
and stable. 'Xliu properly ts situated on
Twonty-flrst streot botwoon Walnut and
Cedar etreots. For further particulars
lDqulro on tho promiaos. 31-5-7-lm
"Crumiis of comrort' at I). Artor &
Having sold out my ofiico and practico
to Dr. J. Jonnolle; of DuQuoin, who
Will take possession of tho offlco tho 12th
ot June, I bosopoak for Dr. Jonnello a
liberal share of public patronage, I am
woll acquainted with him and know him
to bo n first-class duntlst, sal would most
ohcorfully recommend Mm to all of my
frionds and patrons.
t. E. UOL'ULAB.
All thoso indobtod to 310 and nil those
having accounts against no aro requostcd
to call nnd sottlo at I bare sold out and
intond going nway tho 1 2lb of Juno.
30 C4.Ct K. Douulas.
G. 0. Bodon, Director of Conservatory
of Music, and Tcochor of Vocnl, Organ
and Piano Music. Inttmction glvon in
all stringod and wind imtrumonts, Klo
mentary principles, tborotgh bass, har
mony and counter point. 'Jnprecodonted
inducements ofTorod. Thoso wishing to
socuro bis eervicos will pleato apply at
tho Conservatory of ilusio cornor of
Twelfth streot nnd Washington avonuo.
Pisnos tunod and repaired.
Mosquito wiroscrcon cloth at Halloy's
cheaper than tbo choapost. 60 1-17-lm
Illinois Oknthal IIailuoad Co.,
Aoknt'h Omen, Caiiio Juno 4, 1873.
On and aftor Saturday, Juno Oth, until
further notice, tbo fruit oxprois train
will bo abandonod. Fruit cars will bo
tun on tho throurh froight train leaving
Cairo at 4 p. m. Shippers of fruit and
vogotablos will peaso govern themiolvcs
41-C-C-6-t Jaiiks Joiinhon, Agent.
Mr. G. W. Srath, spoclal agont for tho
Howe Macuik CoMiuxr, is now
stopping at thott. Charles botol. Tho
company want a (rat class agont in Cairo,
and Mr. Smith iiproparod to oiler Hpcclal
inducoments to om 0f tho right kind. Tho
machine is woll mown bore as woll as in
otbor sections of couutry wbero sewing
machines are in ko, and in fact, as woll
as by reputation Is tbo very best
and most salalio mncbino manufac
tured. Any poton desiring an agency
wilt please call ,n Mr. Smith, at tho St.
Charlos botol, fo' a few days. 40 C-6-tf
Notiokto JliiLUEiis. Having started
up our saw mill again, wo aro now pro
parod to furnlil i kinds of building
material at lowif pricos, delivorod, than
it oan be bout fr0m country mills,
We have also on hand two bundrod
thousand foot of absouted LUMiiKutbnt
was colored by alpo wator that wo will
soil at from to $10 por 1000 root.
WAI h & Knt.
COAL OIL AGAIN.
OSH MOIIK VIOTIM TO THE COAL
SHE UN DKItTOnif to qtatt a
FIIIK WITH IT, AND TUB
It Is tho same old storv roneatod ami fn.
ropoaloii, day after day the year round.
"Sho wont to kindlo the fire with eoal oil
and the can exploded." It seems as If it
wero melon to attempt to warn poople
thatthorols dangor In coal oil. nnd In.
stances llko tho ono wo aro about to rilate
uo not proventthoughllons girls and wo
men irom using the dingorous stuiT In
Yosterday morning about sjvon o'clock,
Mary Holm, a domoitlo In thu family of
.Mr. Jacob Martin, who roatdu .1 ti...
cornor of Nlnotoonth stroot and Wmh.
Ington avonuo, want into tho kltobou for
tho purpose of buildlnir a tiro, urenarator v
t cooking broakfast for tho family.
for sjiiio causo or other tho Are would not
bum roadlly, and shu took tbe coal oil can
and poured tho oil on tbo wood, and thon
set tho ctn on tbo stovo. Sho light tho
flro but forcot to romovo tho can,
In a littlo whlio tho stovo bncamo hot, and
then tboro was an ox plosion. Tho can
burst, throwing the oil all about tho
kitchen and literally saturating Miss
ll.lrii'' .fcl.k, an u.int
wero ono shoot orflames. Mr. and Mrs,'
Martin came to hor aid and succooded, by
tho uso of blankets and quilts In smother.
Ing out tho tlamos, not however, until the
poor girl was torribly and probably
fatally burnod. Dr. Artor was called,
and upon examination it was found that
ono sldo of her lace, and her whole body
was burned almost to a crisp. However,
It is bolioveJ sho did not inhale any of
tho fire, In which case sho may possibly
rocover. But It Is Imposilble yat to tell
how bad her injuries are and tho probable
The rollou-In? wero tbetarrlvaN and tn
panares tor the 21 hour- ending at 0
o rloek last cenlng.
Steamer F P Gracy, Columbus
" Boe and barges, Now Orleans
" Falls Pilot, Loulsvlllo
" Oao Anderson, Mound City
" Gon W Garret, Wheeling
11 Glasgow, Hickman
" Paulino Carroll, Now Orloans
11 City Chester, St Louis
" Jim Fisk, Paducah
" TI101 Shirloek, Cincinnati
Stoamer F P Oraooy, Columbus
" Jim Fisk, Paducah
" Julia, Vlcksburg
' Bos and bargos St. Louis
' Future Clty.'.Now Orloans
" Falls Pilot, Ohio rivor
" Gen. Andorson, St. Louis
" (Siasgow, St. Louis
" l'Auline Carroll, St. Louis
" Tho ShirlonV, n.w n.u.
The river has fallen four inches during
tho past twenty-four hours. Tho woathor
continues dear and hot.
The Thomas Shirloek got 700 hogs
heads tobacco at Paducah and 200 tons,
mostly for way points, hero, Sho took a
birge with hor, finding trouble at Oi
The Glasgow has a big load of lumber
for St, Louis,
The Gon. Anderion has stavos, woed
work and lumber for St. Louis.
Tho Jno. W. -Garret has throe barges
of freight for St. Louis.
Tho Jim Fisk brought a good trip jei
torday from Paductb.
Da. Sohkxck'm Pulmoxic Syrup, Sea
Weed Tonic, and Mandbake Pill.
Theso modlnincs have undoubtodly per
formed more euros of Consumption than
any othor romody known to tho Ameri
can public. Tboy are compounded of
vegetable Ingrodlonts, and contain noth
ing which can bo injurious to tho human
constitution. Othor romedles advertised
as euros for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which is asomowhat danger
ous drug in all casos, and If taken freely
by consumptive patients, it must do groat
injury; for its tondoncy is to conflno the
morbid matter In tho system, which, of
courso, muit mako a euro impossible.
Schonck's Pulmonic Syrup is warrantod
not to contain a particle of opium: It is
composed of poworful but harmless herbs,'
which net on tho lungs, livur, stomach,
and blood, and thus correct all morbid
secretions, and oxpol all tbo dlsoasod mat
tor from tbo body. Theso aro tbo only
moans by which consumption can bu
cured, and as Schenck'e Pulmonio Syrup,
Soa Wood Tonic, and Mandrako Pills nro
the only medicines which opornto in this
way, it is obvious they aro tbo only gen.
uino euro for Pulmonary Consumption,
Each bottle of this Invaluable mediclno Is
accompanied by full directions. Dr,
Schenck is professionally at his principal
offloo, cornur Sixth and Arch stroots
l'hlladeipnia, ovory Monuay, wnoro all
letters for advico must 00 addressed.
Call and examino tbo now sash-lock
at D. Artor & Co's. 44-6-10-lm
The barber suop is on uo corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avonuo
whoro J, Guorca Sttonhouso with his iron.
tlomanly assistants can bo found ut any
hour of tbo day or night, ready to soothe
your footings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tomper and ncau witn a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you are
suro of receiving Urst-class treatment.
T.ailfna1 ami tthtldrnn'i htilr cut nr mirlm!
after tho most approved stvles. 8-16-tf
Btki and Kxtoneion madders, Sand
Screons, ltiddlos, Slovos, Shovols, Spados,
Forks, Hons, Bakes, Water Closet Urinals,
Kltchon and Cobs Pool Sinks, Olothos
llingors, Clothos Ilorios, Clothes Linein
and, iu fact, a lull assortmont of kitohen
and Uouso rurnisning gooas nv a. ui
loy's, 108 Wnshlngton avonuo, noar Tonth
atreot. DU 1-17-lm.
"OiiUMim ot comlort" at V. Arter Jli
GREAT CHEAT SALE! -
STUART & GBH
WILL OFFER MONDAY, JUNE 8th,
,v.?,00p worth of Now and Dosirablo Dress Goods, Notions,
.1. u A I V, ' A
during tho Grout Forced Salo
Wc arc now able to oiler tho iicoplo of Cairo and vicinity
tllO IHOSt doairahln Hfnc.lr nf (T.mfla ;. i. .....
insuro to them a saving of
iiuiig no special sale
Lome early and make your
losed out within sixty days.
Call and examine
at D. Arlor A Co's.
tbo now sash-lock
IHK IIkht. Win. Ludwlg, barnsss
maker, cornor of K'ubt stroet and Com
inorclal evenuo, has tho best supply of
Harness, saddles, bridles, otc. In Southern
Illinois, and sells them at choap a the
1 II E larguit and bost-solocted stock
of J-'UKNITUKK for rnlo t whulmnlu
ntail by 11 KM V KIC1I0KK, No,
no, oommurclal avonuo.opposito Seventh
All tho day boarders in tbo city can
be accommodated at tho St. Charlos
hotel, with Urst-class board at second class
II. . . ...
i iamo i-or male. irst-cass seven
and a quarter octave piano cheap for cash,
or can bo tradod for, part cash and bal
anco In dross goods; oropon to any otbor
trade, by addrosilng XXX,
Hie Monitoii Kor tno Monitor, the
boil coal Cook Stovo evor mado or tbo
Fashion, tbe champion wood Cook of tho
Wost, go to A. Halloy's, 1C8 Washington
avenue, near Tonth street.
-L60 1 7- m
Kk-oi-xneo Mr. Carl Peters, the black
smith, cornor of Lloventh and Poplar
stroetx, has re-openod his shop and is now
ready to do any and all kinds oi work in
his lino. Howlxhosbis old frionds and
all others who may have work to do to
glvo him a call. 16 5-JC2w,
Why Miss Anna, whoro did yon gej
that nlco bat? At Mm. Hultz' Mil
llnory storo, corner of Washington av-
cnuo and Eleventh street. Sho has the
latest faihloni, and the niceit and cheap
est bats that over camo to Cairo.
Foil Stoves, Tlnwaro.toiiotwarc, steam
cooking vossels, brollors, bird cages, lan
erns, gate spring, gato hinges, tablo and
pockol cutlery, fluting irons. Alio for
rooQni;. cutters and srioullnp. un in a.
Halloy's, 108 AVashington avenue, near
xoniu siroei. do 4-17-Im.
UKAt. BATATK AOUOV.
John i. Ilarman.
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
And Land Agent of the IlllnoliCVntr.il ami
nuriingioii aim Missouri It. It. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lcrcv,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Lkvek, (Second Floor,)
Uuy and Hell It KM, KSTATK. Pay TAXK8,
I'tirniKiiea AiiimvtH oi Title.
IT IS 3STOT TI2TJ"IEj
IIK IN NTS M, I.IVIIfU AND IN ('AIM
HlsofUco andiltsponsary at
ilot. Commorcial and Wasnington avenues
ii im true, me uouior ih ono or ino oiuesi
;ihyslvlans of tho placo, and his diploma,
.hat hanuH In bin ofiico. shown that ho has
boon U'l years In tho profosidon. He la doing
a lartrcr oillco nrautlco than any othor phy
sician, treating all kinds or chronlodisoases
ol tho human system, such as old ulcers, and
all diseases of tbe skin, humors and blood
poison ; also dlsoases of the throat ; also
II UlPCMDn UI IUU UUB U III.'" m.uu.U(j .
alBo artificial eyes Insortod; flutula cured
without the uso ol a knlto; cancors cured
by.tbo application of medtolnosi pimnloson
tho facu removed; all urfnaiy dlsoases
cured : ull forms of venoreal and prlvato
illsoaseH;cured In tho shortest tlmo ; somla
woakness and self-abuso cured In a shor
It is scu-rviucni mat a pnystciau treating
cases for twouty-two years acquires ureal
All consultations conudontlcal, In person
orby lettea. .,
meuicines mrnisneu at omco in
0-23 tf.l Dit. David Hultz.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M, D.
HKS1DKKOK No. 31. Thirteenth street
between Washington avenue and Waluu
treet. Olllcc I'M commercial avenue, up
""""sj"' uiun -uwri neuron
of Hamlin, Davcy & Co., of
25 por cent.
all goods will be sold for cash.
selections, as tho stock must bo
R. SMYTH Sl CO.
No. (!0 Ohio Lcvcc,
. CAIKO, ILLINOIS
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor lo l'arker Sc Make,)
PAINTS & OILS
And the celebrated Illuminating
Urois' Uulldlng, 11th St. A Oomerclal Ar.
Boot & Shoe
Hctwccc Tenth and Eleventh Htrcets,
I- prepared to All orders without delay.
Ueliasannu stock of Imrcrttd leather on
hand.Juht ri'ceUed front Nrnitcrk, anil In
put don n the prices to tye lowest notch.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
OFF1CK AND YARD,
10th St bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A large supply of rittburg and MIk
Muddy coal constantly on band, Utove
wood sawed to order. Orders for eeal oi
wood should be left at the office on Tenth
tsreet. Terms, cash on delivery.
K. MAXWELL ft CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
AXLE GREASE; .
Also Agenti for the
No. 71!),' North Maine Street,
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
fit KM II NPHIlf O 4JOUDH'
. MRS. M . JAOKSOK,
(Formerly Mrs. Swanderi,)
announces that she has just opened a larg
assortment ot the
MOST FASHION ABLB,
MllUnarv llnniln tnTin fniin.l iti m.bia.
Sho will keep on hand
UATH, 13ONNKT0, rLOWEBD, ItlnilOHS.
Dhkbs Thiuminos or AllKimds,
Laiheh Fubhihiiino Ooodh, Notions,
And all goods found In millinery stores, all
ol which will bo disposed ol at the lowest
cash prices, Mrs, Jackson respectfully
LUUUUIIUUUH UI UIV JIBWUUII WUlUU
has bocn so liberally bestsowed upon her bv
M.V ,wuM v. U HUU LUU IIVIIIIITi
CAIIIO CITY BINDERY,
Uorner TwslfU strast and Washington Ava
J. 0. FUELS.
(LaU Of St Louis,)
BOOK BINDIR AND BLANK ROOK
BliANK BOOKS of every doscnptlon done
With neatness and dOpatoh. . All kinds ol
ruling done at short noice . Bibles, .Musle,
Hauazuies aad Perlodroals bound neat ami
at the lowest possible rates.
County work, suub as Itocords, Docket
o Books, lllankf, otc. nsle a opeclally,
ciox es, Pocket Jlin)ks,Kuvolp, etc,, wade