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This tithe only Professional "11 ran an
String Hand" In Southern Illinois, and 11 1
now ready nd prepared to furnlsb music
In any numbers for
and Parties of all kinds.
ru'Wimo. Lander, fl. C. HoDBK. Scc't
All communications should bo addressed
to tho Secretary, conservatory -or 9111110,
Corner Twelfth street and .Washington
avenue. r0 ()-8tr.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HU8E, LOOMIS & CO;
Takes great pleasurHu announcing that
they are now prepared to supply ever body
with lake Icoof tho very best quality, cither
nt thotr houses or at the stores. Orders
should bo tell at the office, o. CO Ohio
1H ALL ITS BRANCHES,
DR. DAVID PARKINSON,
w2?2rlS& fawns' Dental Work.
Having been over twenty years surcew ni l
cngagfd In the study and practice or I)o -trv.
fn all Us various branches, he feels Just.
liVd In saying that full satWactloll will be
AH Werk WAHHANTED Hntlnrnciory
References, Diplomas and Testimonials
freely cxlilbltsd uheu desired. Dr. Park
mon Is prepared to mako
HOLD AND SILVER PLATE)
ENML1SH AS I) AMERICAN PL A-
TISA, ASD CELLULOID 1USE
to mount artificial teeth on inaklnirn fine
MifcHltuto when Nature falls. h 1 KAUI
1NO and l'LUOOlNG done In n workman
like manner, ottcn savlur tho Iteth for HI".
Charges reasonable, instructing 00 cents,
Silver Hlllngs tit cent..
Ollllco room In W. G. Crry's Hulldlng,
Comer Sixth street and Commercial avenue
t3Entrance on Sixth etrcet.
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
Public Library of Kontucky,
CTUISr 31, 1874.
In announcing the Fifth and lat of tho
ferlcs ot (Jin Concerts given for the hcncilt
of the Public Library of Kentucky, tho
trustees nnd manager rclcr with prldo nnd
plenum to tho four whlchhaveboon already
given: The Unit, December M, 1871; thescc
und, December 2, 1872; ttie third, July 8,
1878; and the fourth, March ill, 1874.
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U liucr iuir uum ivl buh-u uj n i'ii.i..t
net of the Kentucky LegUlatmc, March 10
1871, the TrustfCh aro aiitliurizoil 1 kIvc
ONKMOOllE. and ONLY ONE MOOItE
UIIV Concert. Willi me money nriuii iron.
tin. Firth ntul Last concert, the Library. Mil
kpmn. nml other ilcnsrtini'Iit.s aro to been
larged and endowed with a llxcil and certain
annual Income. Hiich an endowment fund
Is dcclrcil, ns will secure beyond peradven
tiire, not only tlio maintenance nf this mag
nlllcent establishment, but Its constant
The Fifth Gift Concert,
for the Duriocs mentioned, and which 1-
iiokIUvoIv and tincmiivocally announced uh
THE LAST AV1I1C11 WILL KVKIt UK
(JIVtiN (JNDKU THIS CI1AIITKH AND
J1V THKlMtKSKNT JIANAQICMKNT, Will
come on in tuo l'ublic Library mil, ai loiu;
Friday July 31, 1S74
At this final Concert everything will be
upon a scaio corrd-ponuing wuu Hit in
creased Imnortanco. Tho music will bo
rendered by nn orchcitra consistlnc if ono
humlcrcd pcrlonner, selected for their fame
In dlflereut laud", and the unprecedented
divided Into twenty thousand jrlftN, will be
umiriouicu among tnu ucKci-noiucrs.
I.1HT OV 11VTB.
ONB OUANI) CASH OUT
ONKOHA.VD CASH (11 FT
(INK (lit AND CASH GIFT
ONIl (lltAND CASH (,'IFT
ONKOltAND CASH OIFT
6 CASH GIFTS, 20,000 each...
10 CASH GIFTS. 11.000 each...
t0 CASH GIFTS,
60 CASH (ilFTs-,
100 CASH oim
J0 CASH GIFTS,
111,000 CASH OIFTS
4,000 each. . .
3,000 each. . .
'.',000 each. . .
1,000,'cacli. . .
600 each. . .
JOO each. . ,
, 60 each. ..
CltANI) TOTAL 20,000 oirrs,
ALL CASH 2,600,000
WlioleTickcU ? 60,00
Tenth, or each Coupon 6,00
11 Whole Tickets for 600,00
'1 Tickets for 1,000,00
Ticket nro now ready for hale, and order
accompanied by cash will bo proinpt'y
Ubfral Commlnilous will be allowed 3
Circular containing full particulars fur
nished on application.
THOS. E, im.VMLr.TTE,
Agent nud Manager.
Public Library llulldlng, Louisville, Ky
Ouei'iisUare, China, (JlaSMVurc, Itock
I'uliam nnd Yellow Wurc, Stone vt arc,
Chlnn Oriin'mcntR nnd Toyn, Fancy
Hoods, l'lntedwnre, Talilo nnd
Pocket Cutlery, Lamps, Lanp
.. Look Inn tlliiHscn. etc.
In tact eury Una of good btlongtng to a
jr im viass
jFor the next sixty flays I win oner the
- above goods nt and below cost, for catb only.
The iroods must be sold to closo the concern,
Close buvcrs are especially iutlted, either to
coma and see for themselves or tend their
crdersj'lu either case I guarantee satisfaction
J. T, T1IOMAH.
Assignee of Parson, Davis it Co,
Caiao, 1)1., April It, W4,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to take from us n thousand bill
heads, gooJ paper nud tlncly pnntud, for
Ono thousand statements printed at Tun
ui'llrtin ouice lor
Ono thousand note head. printed at TUB
Huli.etm ofllcc for f 1.00; two thousand lor
One thousand business card, line Hristol
1 1t,t....Wu Dillon Inr
fwiin i'f vi tn i no. nprnnitmr in'atrn. 1
T11UHSDAY, JUNE 11, 1874.
And metallocasos nt "Wilcox's blook at
much less than usual prices 45-0-0-tf
HuniKU. Tho funeral yostorday of
Mr. John Clancy's llttlo boy was woll at-
Disinvict. A liberal uso of disinfect-
antt is a good thing at this season ot tho
gWo you tho bolt glass of soda water to bo
tound in tho city.
Concorma This socioly will cclo
brato Its first anniversary at School's ball
on tbo evening ot the 1st of July.
Hot. Tho thormomoter succeodod in
pattlne abovo ono hundrod yostorday. It
was tho hottest day of tho season.
Business. Business on the levee yos
terday was tolerably good, though out
door transactions woro somewhat rotardea
by tho eztremo heat.
Go to Uoorgo Steinbouse and got ono of
his smooth shaves and cool your hoad and
quiot your nerves with a siouipoo, such as
only Oeorgo can givo you.
CioAns. For tho best Cigars and To
bacco In tho city, go to T. E. Sullivan's,
Commercial avonue, near Tonth streot.
Tho best in tho city. CI C-10-tf.
Sullivan. T. E. Sullivan, solo agont
forFouquctt'a Celebrated Perfumed Starch
of Gloss, tho boit article of tho kind in
uso. Price 25 cents per box.
"Wanted. Atrunnor at tho Southorn
hotel. A man who can bring good re
commendations, and is of stoady habits,
can procuro a permanent situation at lib-
oral wages. C2-C-11-3.
Kaix. wo understand that a very
heavy rain of sovoral hours duration fell
in tho upper part of tho county yesterday
aftornoon. It is said tbo ram extended
down to within flvo miles of Cairo.
Police Court Thero was only ono
caso tried in polico court yesterday. A
colored man was boforo hi j honor on a
chargo of fighting and wasfinod fivo dol
lars and the usual costs.
Tiie appcaranco of cholora In New
Orleans should put tho pooplo on their
guard should induce the pooplo to take to
tholr whitewash brushos, and lot alone
dangerous fruits, whisky and too much
Lost. Somowhoro In thouppor portion
of the c tv a citizen's saddK Any one
finding it will be rownrded by roturnlng
tho samo to Dr, 0. 0. Parkor, Sixth stroot
botwoon Washlncton and Commercial
Health and Puke U ater. Persons
wantlni: cisterns repalrod or now ones
built can bo nccommodato! in a eatlsfac
tory manner by calling on tho undor
signed on Cross stroot, or by addressing
box 610, P. 0., or by leaving word at city
clork's oflW. J. S. Hawkins.
Duuo. For tho best pure drugs go to
P, E. Sullivan's, Commercial avenuo near
Tenth stroct. Perscriptions carefully
prepared at nil hours day and night.
Douglas' Successor. Dr. J. J. Jen
nolle, of Du Quoin, having bought out
Dr. U. K. Douglas' lnturoit in his dental
establishmenl'in this city will tako charge
of the conoern to-morrow. Dr. Jonnello
comos among us highly recommonded In
his profession, and we hope ho may re-
. Al vnk lllinr.l itlfiTAdf nttrnn.va
SiiooTih'o. A shooting scrapo Is ro.
ported to havo occurred on tho Mississippi
levoa noar ono of tbo brick yards on
Monday ovening, In which two young
men, both strangors in tho city wero tho
participants. Of course It was all about a
woman, Tho wholo atfalr has boon kept
City Fiuntino. At a spoclal raoetlnc
of tha city council held yostorday, tbo
contract tor publishing the proceedings of
tna city council and nil ordlnancusadoptod
uurmg wiu pruooui municipal year, was
it . .. . . t ,
awarded to D. i. Davis and John
II, Oborly. Tbo prico to bo paid for the
work Is $420 00. Cheap onough,
lui'ROVitMKNTs. Messrs. Thorns &
11 ro., owners of tho Porry house, have
commenced operations toward improving
ium property, iney propose to raise
tho tulldlng H Inches, put a brick founda
tlon undor It and thoroughly renovate
and repair It from top to bottom, What
thoy will then do remains to bo loon,
Gas roit tuk Stiukt Laui-. The con
tract between the city and the gas com
pany for lighting tho street lamps being
about to expire, tho city council, at a
special meeting hold yesterday afternoon,
instructed the street committee lu enter
into a new contract with tho company to
turnlah gas and light tho itroot lamps
for two years, from tho expiration of the
Health. Tha health of Cairo was
uovor bettor than at prosont. Wo havo a
man killed occasionally, or a woman
burned t death from tho offects of at
tempting to start a lire with coal oil, but
beyond this funerals havo booamo un
fashionable and aro no longor indulgod In
by our ptoplo.
Ciuzy a crazy negro mado things
llvoly in the vicinity ot Tenth and Pop
lar streets at a late hour last night. All
that oould be learned from the poorfellows
Incoherent jabbering was that his namo
was Sam Craig and that ho livos in Kon-
tucky. Officers Sheohan and Martin took
chargo of him for tho night.
Ta Cur vs. the Kaiies Hun Iac-
toky.- Tho case of the city vs. tlio i-.amos
hub faotorv was trlod in tho circuit court
yostorday, and resulted In tbo city ob
tainlng a judgment agatnst tho factory
for $1,700. This was nn action of dobt to
rocovor tbo abovo amount on a inortgago
hold by tho city against tho owners of tho
hub factory for cortaln machlnory sold
them sovoral yours ago.
Old Jolt: Homnson. The fact that
old John Robinson's mammoth circus and
monagerio will exhibit in Cairo tho 20th
promises to draw an immensu crowd o
pooplo to Cairo. It would not tnjuro
Cairo to havo such shows as old John'
exhibit horo oltener. Tho pooplo I
BOO lUtnu muiiiu iu
moro money in the city than tho show
would tnko out.
Dfitn. In this city on Juno 10, 1874,
at -IJJo'clock, Oarrlo Holm, In tho twonty-
sooond yoar of bcr ago, Tlio funeral ser
vices will tako placo trom tho rosldonco
of her brother, Otis. Holm, Fitth street,
betweon "Washington nvonuo and Wal
nut streot, nt tbroo o'clock, this
afternoon. Tho tunoral will tako
placa by special train at half
past tbrao. Frlonds and acquaintances of
tho deceased are invited to attend.
Died. Miss Carrio Holm, tho young
lady so terribly burned on Tuesday morn
ing whilo attempting to start a flro with
coal oil, died yesterday afternoon. Dur
ing tbo thirty-six hours which she livod
after tho occurrcnco sho suffered all the
agonies of n thousand deaths. This should
provo a warning to ovory one not to at'
tempt to use coal oil in kindling tiros
Tho funeral notico will bo found in an
LOST. On Monday evening, olthcr on
Commercial avenuo betweon Tenth nnd
Nineteenth streets, or on "Washington
avenuo between tho samo strcots a Truscau
gold locket, with tho following inscription
ongraved on tho back of it: ''Christmas,
1873, M. P. "W., Jr.. to 3. K. J." Thero
is also a portrait in tho lockot. The
finder will bo suitably rewardod by leav
tng tho samo at The Bulletin Orricx,
Tuk Cou.xtt Jail. We pity tho
prisoners conuncd In tbo county jail
during this dreadfully hot weather. The
colls are only eight toot square, and noarly
every ono of them contains six prisoners.
This is crowding them togothcr almost
too thick, nnd woro It not for tho vlgl-
i of Jailor Dick Fitzgo;ald in keep
ing tbo place as clean as a plo or in
other words, as clean as could bo ex
pected undor tho circumstances, a great
amount of sickness would prevail among
Millinery. Mrs. Jackson, formorl y
Mrs. Swandor, Is now on band with tho
choapost stock of Millinory in Cairo
Sho has loworod her houso oven with the
sidewalk to givo tho ladles nn easy en
trance and has lowerod hor prico to givo
thorn all achanco to buy abeautiful spring
hat or bonnot nnd anything else in hor
line that thoy ay want. Her etoro is
now ono of tbo most attractive;, as it has
long boon ono of tbo cheapest places In
town to buy. Call and seo hor and bo con
vinced. 18 5-3-1 w
Cholera. Wo aro not at all alarmrxi
and do not wish to scaro anybody, or send
abroad tho improssion that our city is in
a (filthy and unhoalthy condition. But
wo aro in favor of having tho city thor
oughly cleaned up, and as noar as can bo,
every disease-breeding placo In it thor
oughly ronovatod. Tho word has gone
out from flow Orloans that seveal cases
oholera bhavo occurrod there this
season, and that owing to tho fact that tho
colored pooplo rcfuso to take proper pro
cautions against tbo disoaso, and to tho
rofusal of many of tho whites to do tho
same thing, St is feared tho terriblo
soourge may spread, and in caso it should,
thero Is no telling whoro it would end.
New Orloans ts '.ho starting point for
cholora and yoilow fevor, and whon Now
Orleans is thus nllllcted, Vicksburc and
Memphis aro almost suro to bo, and it
might ocour that Cairo might como in for
hor sharo of thoscourgo. Wo throw out
thoso, hints that tho board of hoalthmay
comprobend tbo importance of redoubling
tusirellorts toproparo tho Inhabitant of
tho city for tho season whon theso terri
ble diseases "do most prevail." Wo are
awaroof tho fact that tho polico and
hoalth offlcors havo workod diligently,
and havo accomplUhod much good in tho
direction almod at, but thoro is yot much
to bo dono and it can't bo done too soon.
Attacked iiy a Nkqbo. Early yostor
day morning whilo passing along Hovonth
stroot, on his way homo, ShoriU Irvln was
approachod by ft stalwart nogro who
sirucic mm wun nis ust. llm "fought
back" and "raisod" his nogroship "to tho
ground" two or throo times. Just about
this time Sargont Cain happoned along
that way, and ho and tbo sborlfi' arrosted
the negro, and took him to jail. Tho
shoritf was not tho only porsen Interfered
with yesterday morning by this
same negro. Ilelwoen twelvo and
ono o'clock the local of Tuk
Uullktin was passing along Washington
avenue, anu wnon noar tho cornor ot
Tonth stroot was met I17 tho negro, who
dropped on his knoes and hold up his hands
as 11 in prayer, local was about to
join nun m devotional exerolBOi,
whon tho solemnity of the occasion was
Interrupted by tho negro volunteering
tho information that his namo was Sam
Craig; that ho was from Kontucky,
and thai ho was tlrod and
wanted somo placo to sloop,. Ho then
roso to his foot and going to a pilo of
stovo wood, which, contrary to tbo ordin
ances of tho city, has boon laying on
tho streot for the lsst week,
picked up a billot and camo toward us.
But wo wero In no humor to "fool" with
that nigger, and "lit out." Officors Shoe-
han and Martin wero informed of tho oc
currence and took Sam into custody. But
how ho oamo to be rollevod wo cannot toll.
Tho poor fellow Is undoubtedly iniano.
T. K. Sullivan Thoro is no moro
onorgotlcyoung man iu tho city than T.
E. Sullivan, nnd ho desorves to,bo patron
ized. 11 o has ono of tho neatest drug es
tablishments in tho state, nnd his stock of
drugs cannot bo surpassed. Cl-C-10-tf
PxnaoNALtsMs. J. M. lluley, assistant
englnoor or tho Illinois Central railroad,
was at tho St. Chariot hotol yesterday.
Mr. James Newman, agent of tho
American Central insurance company of
St. Louis, is in tho city to snttln tho loiui
sustalnod by till comnnny In the flro of
Sunday lat. Mr. J. K. Lifkln held
policy for ono thousand dollars In this
Captain Ftank Uedard, during th
wnr inn '" nrnorlotora uf tho SI
Oliarlcs hotol, Is In tho city. Uo tnu
Cairo has improvod wonderfully.
Capt. Zjlglar, of tho stoamar City of
Chester, was In tho city yostorday nnd
lolt for St. Louis by rail.
Mr. A. W. Campbell, of Chicago, has
accoptod tho position of assistant ticket
agent in tbo Illinois Central ofllio nt
thisplaci). Mr. Ctinpboll arrlvol a day
or two ago and has onlorol upon tho dis
charge of his duties.
Prominent among tho arrivals nt tbo
St. Charles hotol yostorday woro B. Dan-
UU, St. Louts ; J. II. Parkor, Tennesson ;
F L. Carticr, Chicsgo; II. 0. Ooodfel
law, New York; Thos. Kglnton, Win
chester, Kontucky; J. l McSorlyi
Mr. d Ij. Corlos, of Metropolis, and
V. B. Anderson, of Commorce, Missouri,
were at tbo St. Charles hotol yostorday.
Pay Orr. Messrs. Satlord and Mor
rill, receivors ot tho Cairo and Vlnccnnos
railroad, will start ovor tbo lino of tbo
road this morning for tbo purposo of pay-
ng otl' their May obligations.
A furnlshod house, No. 30, Thirteenth
street. Apply to Mrs. Kato Sundusky.
?kn pounds of brown sugar for II ;
8 ptund best cotloo sugar nt $1, '1 pounds
of csoicc butter at $1; baking powdor 15c
por .b : Imperial tea at $1 ; 31 lbs cofico
fl.at Wilcox's Block. 107 li-l-lm.
at D. Artor &
ICF. OltKAM PARLOIt.
T. IJ. Kills, as tho Arlington houso,
horoby announces that ho bas sponod an
ico croam parlor at tho Arlington houso
for tho accommodation of the public.
Famillos supplied. All ordors promptly
Attended to. 71-6-17-tf
HO, FOlt TIIE ROCKY MOUNTAINS.
Illinois Central It. It. Co.
Agt's Oflico, Cairo, Juno G, J
On nnd after this dsto, until Oct. 16, we
will sell excursion tlckots from Cairo to
Donver, Col., at f 32 60.
Cl-C-7-Ct. Jamks Johnson, Agent.
Having sold out ay olllco and practice
to Dr. J, Jonnollc of DuQuoin, who
will tnko posscssici of tho olllco tho 12th
ot June, I bosoptik for Dr. Jonnollo a
liberal snaro 01 labile patronage. 1 am
woll acquainted wi'.h him and know hist
to bo a first-class dtntlat, an J would most
cheerfully rccotnmind him to nil of my
friends and patroci
(1. E. Douglas.
All thoso indot:od to me and nil those
having accounts s;ainst 1110 aro requested
to call and sottlo u I hava sold out nnd
Intend going Awnytho 12th of Juno.
3'JG..0t U. U. DOUULAS.
Illinois Ckntiui. Hailroaij Co.,
Agent's On'lUE, Uiuo Juno 1, 18
On and nftor Saturday, Juno Cth, until
furthor notico, the fruit oxpross train
will bo nbandonod Fruit cars will bo
tun on tho through freight train loaving
Cairo at i p. m. Shippors of fruit and
vegetables will please- govern thomsolvcs
41.0-5-6-t James John&on, Agent.
Mr. G. IV. Smith, special agont for tbo
Howis Machine Company, is now
stopping at tho St. Charlos hotol. Tho
company vnt ft first class agont in Cairo,
and Mr. biuth is propnrod to odor upcctnl
Inducomomi to ono of tho right kind, Tho
machine is woll known bore aa woll us in
other socticas of country whoro eowinc
machines nj in uso, nnd in kaut, as woll
as by reflation, is tho very host
nnd most ealublo innchino manufac
turod. nn; poreon sosiring an ngoney
win hvu tan on .nr. annul, at 1110 tit
Charlos Hot) for a few days. 10 C6-tf
Notice tj uuildkiis. Having startod
up our sawmill again, wo aro now pro
pared to firnish nil kinds of building
matorial at lowor prices, dollvorod, than
It can bo bought from country mills
SVo havo tlso on hand two hundrod
thousand fe,t of assorted lumiier that
was colored by slpo wator that wo will
soil at iron $7 to $10 por 1UUU foot.
Wall As Ent.
Tiik titibor euop is ou no corner ot
Eighth it-oot and Commercial avenuo
whoro J, (iiorco Stionbouso with bis gon
tlemanly aulttants can bo found ut any
hour of the day or night, roady to sootho
your foolingg wth a smooth shave, or cool
your tompor and head with a cood sham
poo. It lik, first-class shop, and you aro
sure ot ru'olvinir ilrst-olass troatmont,
Ladies' and children's li'ulr cut or curled
after tbo nibot approved stvlus, 8-16-tf
AS BEEN BY THE TBAVRMStt
COKIIESPONUENT OF THE
TOLEDO, OHIO, COM-MEUOIAL-
A correspondent of tho Toledo (Ohio)
Commercial, writing from Cairo undor
dato of May 20th, spoaks tho following
good words for Cairo. It Is seldom wo
find a corrospondont liko this ono, honost
onough to tell tho truth ibout our city i
Caiko, May '27, 1871.
LDITOR CoMMKUCtAL! Ono ,lnn nnt
ofion get in n placo whoro ho can see
tiiroo Ullleront States at ono glance.
From our hotol (tho St. Charlosl we can
sco portions of Illinois, Kontukcy and Mis
souri. Tho two rivers, Ohio and Missis-
mppi, maKo considerable ol n "eproad"
Just hero. "Why should thoy not 7
mat is what most pooplo do,
or try to do, now-a-dayj. Tho two, unit-
iiik tnoir waiors. mnxo nuilo an uxtmuio
of that liquid, but ono enn hardly guess at
mo rcai uimoniions witnout an actual
moasuroniont. Tho Ohio makes much tho
bettor show of tho two. It has tho ad-
vantago of having this city on ono bnnk ;'
nnu wion us waiors aro much cloaror.
Tho Mississippi ahowa only a deserted
marsh or sand-bank on olthor sldo, and
muddy water. For this last foaturn, tho
MUsourl river is to bo crodltod, I bellevo.
Tuu two streams at this placo mako a
spotted-looking ono as they unlti tho
muddy wat'.r of tho ono with tho clearer
wator of tho other. Wo could toll bv
this that wo wero approaching Cairo
uoruro we roxllr rrcugnlr-od Ills u,tr
L,videnco ot tho flood a fow wooks
incocan bo soon nt all points alonir the
Mississippi, Ono can seo that tho hlch
banks wero recontly coverod with wator.
Tho river was fully 25 foot higher two
waoxs ago than at praient; but abovo tho
mouth of thoTonuaisto nothing to com
para with points below. It was from tbo
lait named river that most of tho flood
was derived. Ono can got no Idoa of oni
of those floods of tho Ohio, Mississippi or
rennossoo rivors, if they havo not
actually been ovor tho ground
after the flood And soon the
traces of Its magnitude. To seo tbo
woods, for miles on clthor tido of tho
river, bearing marks of tho prosenco of
water to tho depth of t!G and 30 feet Is
certainly a sugjoslion that ono would
got in no other way ns to what destrue
lion tnoso floods mav carry with tbons.
No brldgo across the rlvor at this placo,
but a transfer bout Is constantly busy
takinc trains of frolcht cars back and
forth. Wo should say that thero Is less
iroigut or passenger transportation on
theco threo stroams than usual. That Is
tho impression from tho infrcquency of
passing boats up or dawn tho rivors.
After tho plentiful rains of tho spring
thoy nro wanting rain ovory whero. Tho
cround Is bard and drv nnd eron urn In
dangor of being retarded a great doal.
Cairo is a cloan, pleasant nnd busy
looking city. Tbo St. Ubarlcs Is an ox
collent hotol, very conveniently located
near Doth boats and trains, and can bo
rocommondod to any traveler who doslres
a urst-ciass, pleasant hotel, and an bos
Dr. Schenck's Pulmokic Svnur, Sea
Weed Tonic, and Mandrake Pill.
Theso modlr.inos havo undoubtedly per
formod moro euros of Consumption than
any othor romody known to tho Amen
can public. Thoy nro compounded of
vegotablo ingrcdlonts, and contain noth
ing which can bo injurious to tho human
constitution. Othor remedios advertised
as euros for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which is a somowhat danger
ous drug in all cases, and if taken frooly
by consumptive patients, it must do groat
injury; for its tondoncy is to conflno tho
morbid maltar in tho systom, which, of
courso, mutt mako a euro Imposslblo.
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup is warranted
not to contain a partlclo of opium: It is
composod of poworful but barmlots horbs,
which act on tho lungs, liver, stomach,
and blood, and thus correct nil morbid
secretions, and oxpol all tbe discasod mat
ter from tho body. Theso aro tho only
moans by which consumption can be
curod, and as Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup,
Soa Wood Tonic, and Mandrako Pills nro
tho only medlcinos which opornto in this
way, it is obvious thoy are the only gen
uine euro for Pulmonary Consumption'
Each bottle of this invaiuablo medicino Is
accompanied by full .directions. Dr.
Schonck is professionally nt his principal
olllco, cornor Sixth 'and Arch strcots
Philadelphia, every .Monday, whoro all
lottors for advico must bo addressed.
Call and oxaraino tho now sash-lock
at D. Artor & Co's. 41-C-10-lm
Tiik Best, Wm. Ludwlg, harness
rnakor, cornor of Eight stroot and Com
mercial avenuo, has tbo best supply of
iinrnoss, saddles, bridlos, otc, in Southorn
Illinois, and sells thorn as cheap as the
The lArgost and host-soloctod stock
of FURNITURE for salo at wholosalo
and retail by HENRY EIOIIUOFF, No.
116, Commercial avoniio,oppos!to Sovonth
street. 7t 6-17-3m
All tho day boarders in tbo city can
bo accommodated ut tbo St. Charlos
hotol, with first-class board at socond class
rates. 70 1-10-tf
Tun Monitor. For tho Monitor, tho
host coal Cook Stovo ovor mado or tho
Fashion, the champion wood Cool: of tho
Wost, go to A. Halloy's, 108 Washington
avenuo, near Tonth street.
Why Miss Anna, whoro did you go
that nico hat? At Mrs. Hultz' Mil
llnory storo, cornor of Washington nv
onuo nnd Elovonth stroot. Sho has tho
latost fashions, and the nicest and choap
ost hats that ovor camo to Cairo.
For Stoves, TInwaro,touoiwaro, stoivm
cooking vossols, broilers, bird cages, lan
orns, gato springs, gato hingos, tablo nnd
pockot cutlery, fluting Irons. Also for
roofing, gutters and Bpouting, go to A.
Halloy's, 188 Washington avenuo, noar
Tonth stroot. 60 1-17-lui.
O. 0. llodon, Director of Conservatory
of Music, and Teachor of Vocnl, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction glvon in
ull strlngod and wind Instruments, Klo
montary prlnciplos, thorough bass, bar.
mony and counter point. Unprecodontod
inducements offurod. Thoso wishing to
socurohls sorvlcos will ploaso npply at
tho Consorvatory of Music cornor of
Twelfth stroot uud Washington nvonuo,
Pianos tunod and ropairod.
GREAT CHEAP SALE!
WILL OFFER MONDAY, JUNE 8th,
810,000 worth of Now and Desirable Dress Goods. Notio
hito Goods, Hosory, Gloves, &c.,boucrht at their own ficru
ing tho Great Forced Sale of Hamlin, Davov & Co..
u int.- jivjv iiuiu lu uuui tuu jfuujuu ui uiuu ami VIUIIl
the niost desirablo stock of goods in the city at such pricos
will insure to them a saving of 25 por cent.
IlmMlr 4 li nnnnlnl ctril rt nil rrvr1 ... ! 11 1. 1.1 i
u a lii w ajifwiia jiaw
Coino carlj and make your
losed out within sixty days.
Call and ex&mino
tho now sash-lock
at D. Arter& Co's.
Htki nnd Kxlonnon Ladders, Hand
Screens, Kiddies, Slovos, Shovols, Spades,
Forks, lloos, ltakes, Wator Clorot Urinals,
Kitchon nnd Cess Pool Sinks, Clothes
Hlngors, Clothes Hones, Clotlus Llncsn
and, Iu fact, a lull assortment uf kitchen
nnd llmiKi furniihing goods at A. Hal
loy'i, 1C8 Wnshttlgton avonlio, nour Tonth
stroot. 00 1-17-lm.
MosquiTO wire Hereon cloth at Ilalley's
cheapor than tho cheapest. SO 1-17-lm
ot comtort" at 1)
I take pleasure in callin
the attention of tho public to
my fesh and full stock ot
new and elegant Furniture, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Bedsteads, Wadrobes, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Ohairs, 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 ollering better
goods at lowor. prices, and
havo made a large redxtion
in the prkes of all my goods.
Call and examine my stock
And sccuro an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trado I oiler special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner beventeenth btreet and
Washington Avenuo, Cairo, Ills,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealer in Fur-
nituro and Matraeacs.
10? HSrOI' TBI7B
UK IN NTILI. I.IVIXO AND lit CAIH
His ofilce anddlspcnsary at
NO. 22 EIGHTH STRKKT,
Hot. Commercial and Wasmmrton avenues
It is true, the doctor Is ono or tho oldost
physicians of tho place, and bin diploma,
that hangs in his oillce, shows that ho has
Docn m years in mo proiession. nu is uoinc
a turner olllco nraetlco than anv other Phy
sician, troatlng all kinds of chroniodlseasos
ot tho human aystcm, such as old ulcere, and
all disease) of the akin, huiaora and blood
poisons: aUo diseases of tho throat; also
all diseases ol tho oyes of yoara Ntaudlng:
also artificial eyes Inserted; fistula cured
without trie uso ot a unno ; cancers ourcu
by;tho application of medlcinos; plmnloson
tho faco rcmovod; all urinary diseases
cured ; ull forms of vonoroal and private
(llsoasosjcured in tho shortest time ; acmla
weakness and sclf-abuso cured In a ahor
It Ik self-evident that a physician treating
cases for twouty-two years auiuros great
All consultations conlldentlcal, in person
or by lettea,
medicines furnished at olllco In
1(1-23 tf.l UK. 1)AV!I HULTZ.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
I'HKNII Nl'ltlNU f. iOODH
M I! S , M . JACKSON,
(Kormorly Mrs. Swandcrs,)
announces that aho has juat; openod a larg
assortment ot tho
Mll'lnory ilooUs toLo loumi in tbo market
She will keep ou hand
Hath, IIonnkth, Klowkhs, Kiwionb,
DllESri TKIMMlNdS OF ALL KINDS,
Lauika Fuhnishino Qoodh, Notions,
OOLLAnS, UNDKnULXKVKS, ltUFFS,
And all uoodg found In millinery stores, all
ol which will bo disposed ol at tho lowest
cash prices. Mrs. Jackson respectfully
asks a continuation of tho pataonao which
bas boon so liberally hoNtsowed upon her by
tho ladlob of Cairo and tbo vicinity.
O.W. DUNNING, M. D.
ItKSlOKNOK corner Nlnlh and Walnut
truets. Olllco vomer .Sixth street and
hlolovco. oilko hours from 0 a, n,,to
iu., and U p, ill
vy km a u ffi i - m .
selections, as tho stock must
THE CAIRO CITY
Ate prepared to supply customers
with tho bost
I.KAVi: OltDCItS AT
ISrMaMdav llro.'n olUce. No. 70
t3THalllday Ilro.'s Wliarfboa
B2TAI Kiontlan MIIN: or
tirAt tbu coal dump, foot ol
t...:. f.l.. 1. 1. f. m
mini isaaciatBu u kim iniim
R. SMYTH & CO.
T. T ll Tl H 1? It P 1 T.P If
No. CO .Ohio Levee,
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker k Ulake,)
IL' Ullllli; U 1 Hh1
And the celebrated Illuminating
Ilctwccc Tenth and Eleventh Street",
bnnd.Jut received from Ncwlrcrk, and ha
imt down tuc prices w lye lowest noicii.
C. H. WHEELER,
wnnn an no a
OFFICE AND YARD,
10th St. bet. Washington & Commercial Are.
a i&ruo Buiuiir 01 l'liuiuuric anu uin
Muddy coal constantly on hand. Stove
, .1 , 1 r.. -1
vvuuu onYvou ut uiuci, vtucin svr vum ui
wood gbouid bo left at tbe omce on Tenth
tarcet. Terms, cash on delivery,
J5. MAXWELL ft CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers tn
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
Also Agents for tho
TTT TTMTTJ A mT7T IT ATJl
No. 710, "North Mains Street,'
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
PURE LAKE IOE,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kontucky.
Cairo olllco nt Union & Wilson's, corner
Twellth street and Ohio levoo.
Wn will run an lea wacon throughout tl...
upiiNAll. ilpllvArlnip n.irA I.V. 1m In nnv iuS
of the city at tho lowost market prico, and
will also furnish our friends outside the city
with Ice bv tha rake or car load, packed lu
taw dust, for shipment to any distance,