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7, KEW ADVERTISEMENTS
TIiIl the only Professional ''Hrasiaii
Strlnir Hand' in Southern Illinois, and It I
now dr inJ P'Tarod to furnish music
In any numbers for
and Parties of nil kinds.
Ei. Wimo, Leader, . C. Uodek, Scc'y
All communications should lu addressed
to the Secretary. Conservatory 'of Music,
Corner Twelfth ttroot and WasnliiRton
avenue. MJ 0-8-tf.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HU8E, LOOMIS & CO.,
Takes great pleaur In announcing that
they aro now prepared to supply everybody
with lake Ice of the very best quality, cither
nt their houses ornt the Mores. Order
should be left at the office, Xo. 00 Ohio
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wholesale and lletall Dealers In
l'UUE LA.K.K 1UK,
Cairo, Illinois, and Colutnbus, Koutuiky
Cairo office at llulcn & Wilson', corner
Twelfth street ami unto levee.
w- . -.. throughout tho
Mifi, tlollverlns pure UKo ice In any put
f tho city at the lowest market price, and
olll also furnish our friends otitudu the city
with ice bv the rake or car load, packed In
ww dust, for shipment to any dl'tamn.
ta & -V(Mf
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
DR. DAVID PARKINSON,
Hating located In Cairo, solicit" the pat
ronage or those desiring Dental Wotk.
Having been over twenty yearn nucccssfulty
engaged in the study and practice of Dentis
try, 1U au in various uru:uin, utij"
lied in saying that full satlslactlou will be
All Work WABRiJiTKD fInlUraclory
Reference, Diplomas and Testimonials
freely uxhlbltid when desired. Dr. Park
lnson is prepared to make
GOLD AND SHiTER PLATE,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN P LA
TINA, AND CELLULOID BASE
to mount artltlclal teeth on ; inaklni: a tine
uiistitutc when Nature fall. .EXTRACT
ING and PLUQQINU ilone in a workman
like manoer, oltcn saving the teetn lor inc.
Charges reasonable. Extracting &0 cent,
Silver rilllngs 60 cent.
OtHIco room in V. G. Crry's Ilulldlng,
Comer Sixth street and Commercial avenue
t3T Entrance 0n Sixth street.
Endowment Scheme I
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
IN AID OF TIIK
Public Library of Kentucky
J-TJTXjY 31. 1874.
In announcing Hie Fifth and In of the
sorie ot (lift cower!, ghon for 'o benefit
of the lMWIo Library or Kiucky, the
trustees and manager refer wl lrlue and
pleasure to tho four whlrbbavsbecii already
given: The flrnt, December P, 1874; thosee
ond, December 2, 18?.!; tm third, Julv 8,
1678; and the foirth, Marct SI, 1874.
Under their ciarter, printed by n special
nciui mo ivuiimKy j.cv'iMauire, .iiarcii 10
JB.1, tne irustiM are authorized to l-Ivc
ONE MOOHB, lid ONLY ONE MOORE
Gift Concert. Vlth tho money nrhlne from
the nith and Lat concert, the Library, Mil-
COUni. Olid othcrdi'iirliiptit nm tnliHi'n.
Urged and endo'ed with a flxed and certain
annual income. Such an endowment fund
lit desired, as wli secure beyond perad ven
ture, not only tliimaintcnanre of this mag
nlflcent ctaWI-jinent, but Its constant
The Fifjh Gift Concert,
for tlie purposti mentioned, and which Is
positively and mciiulvoeally unuouncud
THE LAST JVHlfjlI WILL EVER HE
GIVEN UND2R TUI8 CHARTER AND
BY THE PRESENT MANAOKMKNT, will
como off In tlu Public Library Hall, at Louli
vlUe.Ky. Friday July 31, 1874.
AtthlsJnai Concert cierythlnir will be
upon a icalo corresponding with It in
ci eased inportanco. The music will be
rendered by an orchestra consisting or one
hundercc performers, selected forthelrfame
lndlflenut lands, and the unprecedented
djvldej Into twenty thousund gllU, win be
Ulitribu'.od among tho ticket-holders.
LINT OF till'Tfl.
n SVt9 CABU lm"v 3G0,O00
ON L OR AN D CASH GIFT ' . ' Tr, .UCH
O-" ""AND CVfiH C1KT Ml 000
ONE GItAND OAS ! nivV
10CASH (SIVI'S, 14,000 each .
15 CASH GIHTO 10 000 each .
UO CASH GIKTS 6 OW eJch "
25 CASH GIFTS 4 000 each . .
60 CAhll Gins, 'J.OOO each. . .
100 CASH GIFTS j ooo ea .
'10 CASH GUTS 'fZS . .
-00 CASH (lin. 100 each. . .
10,000 C.VSHUlri-S, Wcaob
G1UNI) TOTAL U0,01)0 01K1S,
AIL CASH 2,fi00,O00
Teutu, of each Coupon .'.'.'.7.7. ' . roo
t icaeu ior j (XW 00
rickeU are now ready for Hale, and orders
fflffrpM,Uid hj c"''' be lumpily
..iur.r.'i.Comm,""lonwl be allowed
Olrcu'ar txinutuliie full prtkulri fur,
nlshcd on appllcUon7 frucuiar lur
TIIOS. E. URAMLKTTE,
Agent and Manager.
rublle. Library Building, LouUvIllo, Ky
10 O-3-ow '
CARRIAGE & WAGON
Nlxth Hrtt aad CowmcrplAl Atchmc,
" uaieo Illinois.
Hpoeial ktieallon'glrrii to iloiiac Siiok
IM aud gtctrsl repalrliiK. Ul-O-3-tr '
cairo LOCAL NEWS.
Somebmlr to take from us a thousand bill
heads Rood paper and finely printed, for
Ono thousand statements nrinted at Tiik
1!i:i.i,ktin office lor 9C.V).
Unc thousand note beads printed at Tub
Iti'i.i.n iN onice for $1.00: two thousand lor
One thousaiul business card', line llristol
board, printed at Tin: HlM.t.KllN office ior
from f'i.r0 to $1.00, according to size.
FRIDAY, JUNK la, 1874.
And motallecatoi at Wilcox's block at
much less than usual prices 45-0-G-tf
LOCAL SHORT STOPS.
CooLStT Welti boer in tho city at tho
Thalia. 63 G-l'Mw
Tho boys and girls are having a "gay
time'1 slnco tbo schools havo boon closed,
Read tho council proceedings pub'
llshcd on tho second page of this morn'
-- titty jnll coaiaini in jiiiiuucn.
threo mon and throo womon Of tbo lat
ter two aro black and ono wblto.
Tbo Rough and Ready, tho Hlbor-
nlan and tha Delta flro companies win
all "celebrate" on tho Fourth of July.
Whltowash brushes and llmo aro
In demand. Freshly whltowasbT fences
may be soon In almost any part of the
The funeral of Miss Carrlo Kcim,
which took place at half-past three o'clock
yestcrdsy afternoon, was very largoly at
tended, Coolxst Vfelm beer in tho city at too
There will be an unusually largo isle
of tobacoo at the Planter's warehoue,
Messrs. Staughn & Uinkle, proprietors,
Tho public road between Cairo an
Mound City is reported to be blocked with
logs and drift wood deposited there dur
ing the recent high water In the Ohio
Mrs. K 0. Ubl hai been ill for iomo
tlmo but Is Improving, and when suCi
clently recovered to ie able to travol.will
take a trip to 'Wisconsin where sho will
spend the talance of the summer.
A madsl communication of Cairo
Lodge No 237, A. F. and A. M., will bo
held at Misonlc hall, this (Friday) ovon-
ing, Juno 12th, at 8 o'clock. A full at
tem'anco is requostod. M. Foss, W. M.
Dick FUzs910" atxtoon boarders
in the countv Ull. Tbv are all able
bodied men. Thirteen of them, the
steamboat James Howard rioters, will be
tried at tbo noxt term of tho United
htates district court.
J Mr Win. Brown, husband of Mrs.
Sarah B. Brown, of Thebes, who was a
candidate at tbo election last tall for su
perintendent of public schools, died at bis
residence In Thobes on last Baturlay a
week, Mr. Brown had benn In ill health
for a numbsr of years.
Kjuohts or PrniUP, Attbntiok.
All moml-crs of the order oi Knights of
Pythias are notiiied to meot at Odd-Fellow's
hall, at nlno o'olock this morning,
for the purpoio of instituting tbo lodge.
By ordor of the y
U. U. Burleigh, a man noted for elo
quence, scholarship and as an independ
ent, earnest thinker and workor in tbo
causo of human progress and free thought,
will locturo before tho Freo Religious As
sociation of Cairo in ttoir ball at 8 o'clock
p.m., Sunday, June 11, 1874. Lkcture
Tbo trial of Mr. Martin Keen for tho
shooting of the man Tom Sullivan, at the
terry landing, on tho Kentucky sido, a
woek or ten days ago, came offyostciday.
Sullivan fulling to put in no appearanco
to testify as to how tho difficulty whlnh
led to the shooting came about, Keen was
-Hoalth officer Brown is activo In tho
discharge of bis duties. Ho sticks his
noso into every noi,k unil cornur that
looks as if it might need cleaning. Uo
went out on to the Mississippi levee yen-
terday in search of tho doad dugs re
ported to have boon deposited tbore. Hu
jays that if there over was any dogs
thero they hve been removed.
Fifth streot, betwoon Commercial and
Washington avenues is still closod to the
public in cuniequence of tho delay in re
pairing tho break in tho sower, and we
see that teatr? aro driving over and seri
ously dams, i' tlm sidewalks on tho
south side of I near Commercial
avenuo. Th i irs on tho sowor should
be completed ... aeuii at posslbla.
JottT. Somewhuro In the upper portion
of tbo city a citizen's saddle.. Any one
finding it will bo rowardod by roturning
the samo to Dr, O. O. Parker, Sixth struct
betweon Washington and Commoiclal
uxaltii ANti ruue ATicR. l'ereons
wautlng cistorns repaired or now ones
built can be accommodate! la a satisfac
tory manner by ualllnu on tho
signed on Cross street, or by addrosslnir
b.06.76i, '' or having word at city
v- J. U 0, HAWKINS
Duoaa. For tho best pure drugs go to
P. X, Sullivan's, Commercial avenuo noar
Tenth street. Inscriptions carefully
prepared at all hours day and night.
CI 0-1 Mf
Wanted. AJrunner at Ua Southern
hotel. A man who can bring gcod ro
commendations, and Is of steady habits
can procuw ft pMmanwil situation at lib
ru wages Oj-cll.a
AN OFFICER FOROIliLY l'RK-
VENTED FROM DISOHARO
IN G 1118 DUTY.
Tho roidori of Tub Bollktim will ro.
membor roadlng an (torn published in this
papor some tlmo ago, giving what pur
ported fnM fii particulars of tho arrost
at'i .i ! i -t ' "o A. L. Smith, on a charge
of I. r .hhiiiil'! that whllo bmllli was
undergoing trial for tho olTonse, a mob of
forty or fifty mon mado a raid on tho
bouio where tho trial was being held and
attempted to talto Smith away from tho
olllcor who had him In charge During
tho moloe that fjllowcd '.Squlro Dorten
had an arm broken, and sovral porsons
woro more or loi hurt ; ulio that ono or
two shots woro fired, and in tho ond
Smith mado his escape and luuceedcd In
reaching Cairo, wber ho has slnco re
Smith was a marriod man, tin J after
his escapo Irom the mob, bis wifo tallowed
him to Calroand they sot up liouekuaplng
on a llmilod scale; .Mrs. Smith having
left all thoir furniture, cooking-utensils
otc, in tho caro of bor dnughtur, who is
married to a man named Ford. Woid
ago ItinV'KfV proporly was about to bo j
haviair cowp t
takon chargo of by persons who bad ne
right or interest in It, be procured n
soarch warrant for tho same, which ho
placed In tho bands of ullccr John
llogan to execute,
On Tuesday morning Uogsn, accom
panied by two toamstors and their wagons,
started for Thebes, inlonding to gut tboro
in time to lotd the plunder that night and
return to tbo city tho next day. Thoy ar
rived at Thobes in tho evening, and woro
told by Mrs. Ford that the goods was
there and that they could havo thorn; but
having bcon delayed until a lato hour in
getting to Thebes, llogan concluded to
wait until morniug beforo loading tbo
At sunriso next morning llogan and
tho teanulvrs were busy loading one of
the wagons, whon, to their utter surprlso,
a mob ot about twenty-fivo men, armed
with shotguns, pistols and clubs, sweped
down upon them, and made thorn all pris
oners. Tho tcamstors wore shortly re
leased, and "instructed"' to "disappear,"
and takiug ,tho bint dii disap
pear, being only too willing to get
out of the litHculty so oasily. Uogan wns
not so fortunate, however, no was taken
to the town of Thobes and thero held un
der guard from sun-rise in tho morning
till threo o'clock in the afternoon, when
In was takon before Justice Simmons, a
gentleman who took no part or parcel In
tho dlsgracoful allair, and who, after
learning the nature of tho case, promptly
llogan gives tho names of a number ct
tho best known mon in tbo pro
cinct as being among tbo mob who cap
turod and afterwards assisted in guarding
him until released by Justice Sammons,
After gaining his freedom llogan returncJ
to the city, where ho arrived at a late
hour on Wednesday night, considerably
tbo worso for the woar for his oxperionce
among tho Tbeblans. Wo understand ho
intends to soo whether thero is not sjme
law to punish tbo ring leaders in this
Thebos is gaining an unenviable
reputation tor mobs, and tho good citizens
of the precinct owo it to thomsclvos to or
ganize lor the suppression of all such un
lawful and scandalous transactions.
Coolkst Weiss boer in tho city at tho
Thalia. 03 C-12-lw.
Cairo, Illinois, 1
Thursday Evening, Juno 11, 187-1.
Wo havo very little change to note In
the general condition of tbo Cairo markets.
Corn and oats are firmer than at our
last report, bnt aro without any notable
chango in prices as yot! both are looking
up and dealers expect a slight advance .
The corn market is still moderately
well suppliod for the domadd, but rocoipts
aro light and the accumulations ot tho
ast two weeks are bolng gradually ro
ducod ; without a falling oil' In tho de
mand, or an increase in receipts, a few
davs hence will find it comparatively
Corn meal is vory dull. Sales aro slow
at 3 SO for choicest orands. Flour is
quoted hoavy and dragging and lower all
Receipts of Iresh eggs are all takon on
arrival, but olhor kinds of produce are
Tho weatbor yostorday reacbod a bun-
drod dogreos in tho shade. Wo havo
plontyof promises of rain, but as yet, it
has failod to como to tlmo.
VSf Our friends should boar in mind
that tho prices horo glvou are usually for
salos from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and fr broken lots It is
nocossary to chargo an .advance ovnr
these figures. -Yg
Tho markot is quiet and prices rulo
lowor, oipeoially on cholco grades. Tbo
demand is small and is nontlnod to tho
order business. Wo nolo tales of 100
barrels, dolivorod, 0 UO; 100 barrels choice
family, 7 00; 100 barrols slnglo oxtra,
6 00; 300 barrels various grados, 6 25 to
8 26; 200 barrels various grades, 0 00 to
8 2i; 200 barrels various grados, 6 00 to
o it. Hales by city mills woro 200 bar
rels white whoat family, B 60 ; 100 barrols
JCXXX, 8 00; 150 barrols XXX, 7 00
Tbore Is nono wantol. The m&rkot is
overstocked and thero Is no demand for
any kind at any price. Sales wore: 1
ear mixed delivered 13 CO: 1 car cholco
UOO' 0i 2 C,'0!C9 timotl'i'
Tho markets around us as well a. our
own have fully recovered from the panlo
and prlcos bavo rallled.aud closed firm
to-day with a slight upward tondency in
both wblto and mixod. Receipts aro lots
than tho domind but the market Is still
fairly supplied. Satoi waro ono oar choice
wblto In sacks deliverod, 80c; 1 oar mixed
In sacks doltvorel, C8c; 2 Cars mixod In
sacks delivered, C9c; I cars mixed in stcks
dotivored, 08c; C cars white In light sacks
dollvoroJ, 80c; Jicars whltO In light sacks
dolivorod, 7'Jc; 3 cars whlto in nacks
dolivorod, 78'4 or mixed In saks do-
Thoro Is a firmer foellnc In this branch
of the market and sollors are loifking to
an advance, DiivOtJ hasltalo, but no
may expect them to gu a cent or two bet
ter than Oi, tho prtcos of last woek. Sales
woro: 1 car in sacks delivered &.'; 5 cars in
sacks dolivorod on ordors 53;5; 4 cars
In sacks dallvored oi.
'l'h j market is woll suppltod for tho de
mand. Fifteen dollars is an outsldo fig
ure In round lots to-day. Sales worn 1
carsinsaoki dot 15 00; 1 car load d. 1
1C 00; 103 snoks on ordors IS 1)3.
IMenty and dull. Too hot wjather is
havinc its usdtl otl'j.'t on this branch of
thu market, and dealers aro anxloui to
soli on urrlval. Choice northern Is
quoted l8o to-lay, an 1 choice southern
Illinois ICo and from tint on dow tbo
scale. ShIos were: 00 pounds cholco
northern 1 8c; 350 nounds choice northern
lDlnuo; 10 iitiCKUKOS, cnoicv uuinei..
nols ISj; 12 buokots southern Illinois 10,
U buckets choico southern Illinois 16.
The demand and supply continuos
Froih rocelpts in suvll p ickugos flnl
ready isle at 12 l'.'jc.
Sales wcro 500 dozen fruih 12; 500 doz
en froth l-l; io packages fresh r.'c; 0
boxes froih 12c.
Old chlckons aro plonty and very quiet
There is considerable enquiry for cholco
young chickens at '1 00 2 60, according
to slr.o. Wo nolo rnles of 25 dozen old
hens 3 00, 2 coops roosters 1 60; 5 coops
young chickens 2 00 2 SO; 2 coops o d
hens 3 CO, 4 coops choice old lions 3 00;
20 :oops choico old hons 2 76,
Tho strawborry crop Is nearly oxbaust
cd. All tsiall fruits aro wantrd. Oranges
aro scarce and high. Sales woro 20 crates
strawberrit't at 4 00 per crate ; 10 crates
chorrios, 3 003 60; 'i boxes orange?,
11 00; 10 b3T.cs lemons, 13 00.
New p.'.itoas aro in good dnmaud 0
quotation! Salea of vegetables were: 600
pounds pieplant 4e; 12 boxes pieplant 1c;
.1 bbl string beans 3 00 per bushol; 20 bbls.
new potatoes 0 5017 00.
Smoked moats continue unchanged and
firm. The demtnd is small and supply
moderate. Sales were 2 casks clear tidts
11,0,- 1,000 pounds clear sides 11c; 2,000
pounds plsin bams 12c.
Tkn- pounJs of brown sugar for $1 ;
8 pounds best cofloo sugar at $1, -I pounds
of cholco buttor at 1; baking powdor 45c
per lb; Imperial tea at $1 ; 3J lbs collco
51,at Wilcox's Block. 107 2-1-lra.
ICE CREAM PARLOR.
T. B. Ellis, at tho Arlington homo,
hereby announces that ho has opened an
Ico croam parlor at tho Arlington houso
for tho accommodation of tho pub'ic.
Families supplied. A'.l orders promptly
attended to. 71-6-17-tf
HO, FOR THE RCCKY MOUNTAINS.
Illinois Cestbal R. R. Co.
Agt'a Offlcc, Cairo, June 0.
On and after Ibis date, until Oct. IS, wo
will sell excursion tickets from Cairo to
Donvor, Col., at $82 50.
64-0-7-Ct. Jam r.s Johnson, Agent.
Having sold out my oilico and practice
to Dr. J. Jonnollc; of DuQuoin, who
will tnko possession cf tho office tho 12th
ot Juno, I bosopoak for Dr. Jonnollo a
liberal sharo of putiic patronage I am
well acquainted with him and know hiss
to bo u first-class deiiist, and would meat
pheorfully rooomrnead blm to all of my
friends and patrons,
All those indebted :o me and nil those
having accounts agaicst me aro requested
to call and scltlo as 1 have sold out and
intond going away tho 12th of Juno.
30 C-4-Ct 0. K. Douulab.
Mr. O, W. Smith, special agent for tho
IIowk Maoiiink Cdmi'anv, is now
stopping at the St. Cbailos hotol. Tho
company want a first class agent in Cairo,
and Air. Smith u prepared to ofier spooial
inducomonts to ono of tbo rhjbt kind. Tho
machine Is well known hero as woll as In
othor sootiom of country whoro sowing
machines are in uso, and in tact, as woll
at) by roputstiou, is thu very best
and most salalilo machine manufac
tured. Any person Joslring nil agoncy
will ploaso ca.) on Mr. Smith, at the St.
Charles hotol, for a fow days. -10 C-5-tf
NoTlO'K to II l'ilijkuh, Having startod
up our taw inj) again, wo aro now pro
pared to fun is h all kinds of building
material nt 1 wur prices, dolivorod, than
it can bo bright from country mills,
Wo havo alo Cn hand two hundrod
thousand foot jf ahioutkd i.umiiku that
was colored ly 8ip0 wtor that wo will
soil at Irom $: t kj por 1000 foot.
The bamo) aaop is on ne corner ot
Eighth etnn uuj Commercial avonuo
wboro J. Gootgo Htionbousq with bis gen
tlomanly asilnAUt( can bo found ut any
hour of tho dy or night, roady to soothe
your feelings witU a smooth ehavo, or cool
your tomper Mid head with u good sham
poo. It Is a trst-clasa shop, and you aro
sure of reccing first-olass troattironl.
Ladlos' and clildron's hair cut or curled
aftor the moel upprcved etvlcs. 8-15-tf
Sullivan. -t. K. Sullivan, soo agent
for Fo'uquetfs Oolobrated Purfumod Starch
or CtloHS, tho Kst article of tbo kind in
use. Prluo 26 ri)M pur bos.
Coolest Weiss beor In tho city at the
Soda Watb. T. E. Sullivan will
gWo you tbo host glass of soda wator to bo
found In tht city.
AiX tho day boardors In tho city can
ho accommodated at tho St. Cbarlos
hotel, with Urst-ulass board at sucond class
ratos. 70 4.10-tf
Til i: largost and bret-solectod stock
of FURNITURE for salu at wholosalo
and retail by HENRY EIUIIIIOFF, No.
115, Commercial avenue, opposite Sovonth
street. 7'I 6-17-3m
Bkbt, Win. I.udwlg,
maker, cornor of K'ght streot and Com
mercial evenuo, has the best supply of
hnrnoss, saddles, brlJloi, otc, in Southorn
Illinoi, and soils them as ohoap as tho
Ckuks. Kor tho best Cigars and To-
bacco in tho city, go to T. H. Kulllvmi's,
''ominorcial avonuo, near Tenth streot
The best In thu city. 01 O-lO-tf.
Mosquito wire screen cloth ut llalley's
cheeper tbn thu ohcapott. &G 1-17-lm
Tiik Monitok. Kor tho Monitor, thu
best cool Cook Stovo ovor mado or tbo
Fashion, the champion wood Cook of tho
West, uo to A. Hnlloy's, lr'S Washington
"avtnne, near 'rmitii ttrcot.
T. B. Sullivan Thero is no more
ouorcctloyouni; man in tho city than T.
K. Sullivan, and ho deserves to)bo patron
Ix'id. Ho has ono of tho nontott drug us
tabllsliments in tho state, and his stock of
drugs cannot bo surpassed, Ol-C-10-tf
Coolest Wolss beer !n tbo city at tho
Wiiv Miss Anna, v.iiuro did you ge)
that nlco hat? At Mn. llulu' Mil
linory storo, cornor or Washington av
enuo and Elovontb street. Sho has tbo
latest fashions, and tho nicest and cheap
est hats that over camo to Cairo.
Fon bTovxs, Tlnwaro,toiiotware, steam
cooking vessels, broilers, bird rages, lan
erns, gate springs, gate hingos, table and
peckot cutlory, lluting Irons. Also for
roofing, uuttor and spouting, "0 to A
llalloy'i', 168 Washington avonuo, near
Tontn stroct. do l-iT-iiu
Stki and Kxtonsion Liaddcri, Sand
Screens, Riddlos, Sieves, Shovols, Spades,
Forks, Hoes, Rakes, Wator Closet Urinnls
Kitchen and Ccs Pool Sinks, Clothus
Rlngors, Clothes Hones, Clothes Linusn
and. lu fact, a lull assortment of kitchen
and Homo iurnisbing coeds at A. Da
loy's, 1G8 Washington avonuo, near Tenth
street. oo l-li-itn.
Coolkst Weiss beor in tbo citv at tho
G. 0. llodon, Director of Conservatory
of Music, and Teacher of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction given in
nil stringed and wind instruments. lo
mentary principles, thorough bass, har
mony and counter point. Unprecedented
inducements offered. Tboso wishing to
securo his servicos will plcnso apply at
tho Conservatory of Music cornor of
Twelfth stroot and Washington rvvonuo.
Planoe tunod and repaired.
Dn. SciiK.scK'a Pulmokic Syrup, Ska
Wked Tonic, and Mandbakk Pill.
Theso medicines bavo undoubtedly per
formod moro euros of Consumption than
any othor remedy known to tho Anion
can public. Thoy aro compounded of
vcgotablo Ingrcdlonts, and contain noth
ing which can bo injurious to the human
constitution. Other romtdlos advertised
as cures for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which is a somewhat dangor-
ous drug In all cases, and if taken freoly
by consumptive patlonts, it muBt do groat
injury; for its tendency is to con 11 no tbo
morbid matter in thoeystom, which, of
courco, rntifit muka a euro Impossible,
Schonck's Pulmonic Syrup is warrantod
not to contain n particlo of opium: It is
composed of poworful but harmless horbs,
which act on tho lungs, liver, stomach,
and blood, and thus corroct all morbid
secretions, and oxpol all tbo diseased mat
ter from tho body, Theso aro tho only
means by which consumption can bo
cured, and as Schonck's Pulmonic Syrup,
Sea Weed Tonic, and Mandrako Pills Bro
tho unly medicines which opernto In this
way, it is obvious they are tbo only gen
uine euro for Pulmonary Consumption.
Bach bottlo of this invaluablo modlciDO Is
accomnanled bv full diroctlons. Dr.
Schonck is provisionally at his principal
ofllco. cornor Sixth and Arch itrcots
Philadelphia, ovory Monday, whoro all
letters for advlco must to auurcsscu,
PINE MILLINERY GOODS
l'llKNII HlMtlNO IOOI)N
M 11 S . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swandcw,)
announced that fitio has Ubt; openod a larg
agortmcnt ot tho 3
' - '"'
Milunory (loods to ho found in tho market
Sho will keep on hand
HATt, Ronnkth, Flowkuh, Riiiiions,
Drksb Thimminoh ok AllICindh,
Lamed Fuknihiiino Oooum, Notions,
COLLAKB, UNUKililLKlSVKH, RUKM,
And all goodn found in inllllnery stores, all
ol which will bo disposed of at tho lowest
cash prlcos, Mrn. .lackHon rcdpecirully
askaa continuation of tho putuonago whlefi
ban boon 0 Uheiully bestsowod upon her by
the ladies of Cairo and the vicinity.
DON'T TRUST ANY MAN
TVio ays ho will pay ?MX) lor a cimo n( Ca
tarrh which hu (alls to euro. Woleott'd Ca
tarrh Anuihllutor haa cured thouumU who
would havo perlnheil without it, and my
agent will, return tho inonny to any pur
ehunci'who triea a bottliumd U not bc ncllt
tiul. Did you over try WOI.OOTT'S PAIN
PAINT f fty Uh iiku IturiiN never blister j it
Mops Headache, Toothache and Neuralgia
within live minute, or money refunded.
0. (10l,iHMiiii, cor, I'.'lli y l.nellxll his,,
my ai,'cnt. it, Ij. Wolcow. lift y-UJ-aw
GHEAT CHEAP SALE!
WILL OFFER MONDAY. JtlNE fltt.
10,000 worth of 2sTow and Desirable Dross Goods, Notion
'lute uoods, Jloscry, Ulovos, tvc.bouglit ntthoirown figur
irinrj; the Great Forced Sale of Hamlin, Dnvov & Co.,
i i r . . , ,1
t u iiu uuw auiu iu unui luu
lie most desirable stock of goods in the citv at such prices
will insure to them n saving of
jJiiriiH? t ie snci'iai sa c ai
i i i
vuniu u.ii iv a ui iii.iuu uui ,i
loseci out wunin sixiytiays.
I take ploasiiiv! in calling
tho attention of the public to
my fesh and full stock ot
new and elegant Furniture, at
mv Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and "Washington Ave
nue. Fy stock embraces
Dcdstcads, "NVadrobes, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, 1 propose offering better
goods at lower prices, and
have made a large relation
in the price? oi ill my goods.
OaT r.:.d examine my stock
And secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholcsalo
trade I offer special induce
ments. Note the piaco
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale nuil Ilctail Dealer in Fur
nituro ami Matractcs.
Oiicrimwnro. flima. ClnaMvarp, Rock-
cnlinni and Vollow Ware, .Stonotvnre,
riilun Ornnnicnts and Toyn, Fancy
(liwN, Platotlwarc, Tnlilo niul
Pocket Cutlery, Lampi, iJinp
I.ooU inir Classen, etc.
In fact every kind or gooib oclonglna
For the next ixtr dnya I will oner tho
above goods at and below com, for cash only
The gooda must bo hold to close thoeoiiceru
Clo.-e buyers uro C!iieelally linlted, either to
vt.mo anil i-i-o for tbeiiHclvcii or Kcud thoir
orders, In cither ease I guarantee futisfactlon
f. T. THOMAS.
Atslguco ori'arhon, uavin A co.
Caluo, III,, April 15, 1874.
NEA.Ii EITArV. AOCnOT.
John Q, Harmin,- orp
J. O. HARMAN &. CO.
Ami I.nud Agents of the Illinois Central and
Jiuiiingtoii and 3IUMjiirl It. it. Co.
North Cor. Sixth anil Ohio Lovco,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
74 Ohio Luviik, (Second Floor,)
lluy amPell HilAI. K!jtJv.TW, Pay TAXI'S,
l-'lllliUhcs Abktweta of Title.
AV1LL1A1L 1?. SMITH, M, D.
UKSinKIICK No. ill. Thlrteontti mieot
between Washlimtou avoime and AVulnu
Iroot, Otlleo I'JO cnmmerelal avenue, up
uuuiiiu ui viiiiu aim viuuii
25 per cent.
iroods will ho so li for rns
,.,.i,.,.i :.... .... ji ii i
ii.uuiia. n uiu mluck imuhl i
R, SMYTH 8l CO.
l inn i tt n i.' a i . i; if
. L ! 7 II 17 1, Jl Rl MS MX I
No. (10 Ohio Lovco,
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to I'nrkcr k Jllakc,)
PAINTS & OILS
VAKNISIIKS, -i -
V 1 I. I i 'A '
And the celebrated Illuminating
llron' llnlldlnc 11th .St..V (JnmorrUl Av
Iletwcce Tintli and Klcvcnth Street",
Ik jirepured to rill order without delay
He baa a nno xtock of imrcmd leather oi
put uimn lut-pricit lo ive lowesi nnitii.
C. H. WHEELER,
t vfa A'n a "vtt nn
OFFICB XSl) YAIH).
10th SL bet. Washington 4 Commerrisl Ave.
A large ruppiy oi niuourg ami nig
Muddy coal constantly on band. Htove
wood sawed to order, Ordcrri for ccal oi
tsroot. 1 onns, cash on delivery.
K. MAXWELL & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Also AgcnU for tho
No. 710,'NortU Maine Street,;
HI. Lonli,;jlo. J
fMSHMINRlON H EKVIIAITTM.
U. Thlttlovyood. P. J. ThUtleWood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
i' j. '
Flour, Corn,'iOats,. Hay, &c.
No. 78 OHIO LUVKi:,
COFJfJSX, IIAKRISON & CO.,
(Succoeaors to D. Hurd it Hon,)
VLOVU.UUAIli AND HAT,
No 03 Ohio Levee, OAIltO, ILLH
HEW YORK STOitE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
(,ASailT VXWBTT ROOK IV TUB OITT
.GOODS BOLD VKHY OLO0S.
Oorsiar of M1bmssMs sMmi mm com
H, 0. PATU