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Thli tithe onlf, l'rofewlonyl "Urawiiii
Btrhwr UAtiJ" In Southern IIMih.Ic. and It I
fiowdy '" $fpred to furnish mu-ie
in any nnmbcrfl for
and Parties of all kinds.
En. Wtrrio, Leader, 0. C. IIodrn, Soc'y
All communication! khotild ho addro-aod
to tho Secretary. Conservatory of Music,
Corner Twelfth street and ..WaahliiRton
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO-,
TaVcs great pleasure In announcing tli.1t
tlicy arc now prepared to supply everybody
with lake Icoof tlio very bet quality, clllier
at their houe ornt the ftorcs. Ordorn
should bo lea at the oOIoc, No. 00 Ohio
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wholcstlo and Uetall Dcalcm In
TUllK LA.KK IOE,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky,
Cairo otllro at llulcn & AVItsonV, corner
nvciim tirn't ami unio icvcc.
We "IIUini.BJvyurp f"ko leo In' nny pirt
niia clival the lowptmrkct price, and
olll also rutnlfh our Irlond oiitudo tho oily
with lco liv the cako or car load, packed in
ww dust, ror umpincni w any
An oMlnancetocon-tntctniiiT rpcoiiftniet
ecrtaln tddewalks In thu city of Cairo.
He it ordained by tho city council of the
city of Cairo
hkc 1. That the followinir named side
walks bo re-cnnsiructed of wood in the man
ner hereinafter cxprcsfCU, viz: un me
Honth Mc of Fourth s reet between Waul
In, -ton anil f !mir.orelnl n c lies t on tho west
I1T0 nf VslilnL'ton avenuo bctwtcn Fourth
I AV. 4t.n tinrtll bMn 4t VI ft ll
street between Washington and Commercial
.1.. t nnBt.i. .,...
avenue; on mu uaw muu ui , iwimiuu
avenuo between Fifth and Sixth Strecti; on
the south sldo ol hevenm Pirect, couunenc
im' nt the cast side of Walnut streot and ex
tondlns east lifts lect: on the north sldo of
Sevonth street, commencing on the west
side of Walnut street and oxicndlug
tbo new walk rroutlng tuo proponyi
Turner, on the north sldo ot Eleven!
bctwacn Washington nvenltt, and
Urcet; on tho oast side ol lw street fi
a point opposite mo noriuesviuu ui jsivir
Ion street to a point scvoiBBvoj (76) feet
north of the northerly eliloofTWcnty-llrst
street; on tho south sido of Twcnty-llrst
street between 1'opUrandSycamoro streets.
8itc. 2. Said walks shall bo rc-oonstruetcd
a follows: Thoy shall bo six feet wldo on
top except on ald avenues whero thoy thall
bo seven tect wide; tho head or top cover
ing to bo ol white uk boards or pUnks two
(S) tn-dies thick and not more than rluht
iucocs wldo, tho Insldo lino to lo lour feet
dlatint from thn Iront I ou ortliu lot', exeunt
on sild avenues whore It iliall bu live feoti
1 . . . . 1 I l . . . I
-"mui, ksiii uoarus ur jiiuiibb hi uc iniu
atoswIso wltli tho sidewalk and firmly tot
. and well (.piked on with at least six twrntv
penny nalU In each board or plank, to tliroo
tringers of not loss than threu iuches tlil;l;
, by six inches wide, tlnnly set on edgo and
well spiked on to xlUs or cross ties not lei
til n three Inches wide by idx inches thick,
placed crosewiso to said bldewalks at intcr-
01 six loot; Uioo MwuHu ut otrwflt
crossings to bo extended Into tho streets till
lucrmcei iuo cross walk'n. Wierr (lie sldo
walks are olevatcd above tho natural irrouml
the posts of tho tresllo work shall bo lour
Inches square and the Bills or cross ties shall
be placed on edgo and joined or morticed
mo iuu posts ami wen sniKPii on, anil lln
stringers shall be notched tightly to said
eills or crosK ties, and in all cases blocks ot
wood not less than 0110 lout long and tlnvo
Inches thick by six Inches wldo idial! bo
placed under tbo onds of each sill or
cross tie whero the walk is laid on the na
tural ground and under tho ends ot vault
post where the walk Is olovated by trestle
work. If tho trostlo work Is over tlireo feet
high, tho harno shall be tlnnly braced and
the posts extended two and a half feet ttbovo
tbo side walks to which a head railing or
jtrip ol whlto oak iilank ono inch thleh by
Tour inches wldo shall bo eecuroly nailed;
said stringers, sills, cross ties, poits and
ground blocks shall bo of whlto or bun
oaks, red cedar, locust or innlburry,
Sec. 3, That tho following walks bo con
Jtnicted of brick, viz: On the south sido ol
Ughth street between Washington and Com
mercial avenues; on tho north sldo or Eighth
street between Washington nvenuo and
walnut streot, and on the eait sldo of Waik
Ington avenue bctweon Eighth itud Ninth
Bec. 4. Ssld brick sldo walks on tho ero.s
streets shall bo ten feet wide and said brick
sidewalk on Washington avenuo shall be
twelve feet wldo. Tliov 1iU li
od of hard well burned brick, compactly und
I'luj.riij miu 111 iicmuh'-ouiio manner in a
bed of coarse (and not les than four Inches
thick, placed on a (Inn ami substantial boil of
coal cinders or earth and shall bo so laid in
tho grade established by the provisions of
ordinanco No 33. Said walks shall be laid
with aslope downward toward tho rurb of
one third of an Inch to tho foot; a curbing nt
sound whlto or burr oak plank three Inches
thick and at least fourteen indies wtOn to
be spiked on with thirty penny null-, lo
sound white or burr oak stakes two and 0110
half lect long aud three Inches square placed
ou the outsldu of said curbing not more than
live feet apart.
Bkc. B. Tho local improvement heroin
prorided lor shall be made by siueial a-sess-inenu
and in accordanco with f ho provisions
of sections 18 tool, Inclusive of artlclo U of
the act ol thu general asfembly ol tho state
of Illinois, approved April loth, lbTJand on
titled "An net to brovldo for tho incorpora
tion of cltioa and villages;" and tho tint and
expense of th construction and recon
struction of said sidewalks shall bo paid out
of luud arising from said spodul assess
ments. Skc. C. Tho owner 01 any iot Ironting on
any of tho sidswalks. provlsiona for the
building or rc-constrjetion ol which is made
by tho ordinance, shall be allowed thirty
days alter the tlmo at which tbU ordinanco
shall luke ctfect, In which to build or re-con-struct
said sidewalksa thu case may be, ou.
poslte bis lot mid thereby relieve tho mmo
from asfd-mr. m; invtiliil tlial 11m work
shall In all respects conform to the ruipitre
luents of this ordinance and bo done to thu
satisfaction aud approval of tho coinmltto on
Skc. 7. I'pon tho expiration of said thirty
days, the city clerk shall publish notice for
ten days In the newspaper publishing tbo or
dinances of tbo city, seitiog forth that tcilcd
bids lor furnishing the material or doing the
ork, or both, lor tho construction and re
construction of said sidewalks directed to
tho city council will bo received at his olllco
tip to the time of tho meeting of th city
council for the opening or said bids, which
meeting shall not be earlier than twelve nor
later than eighteen days rrom the dato ot
said notice, which notice shall state the time
of said meeting and describe the work to ho
donobyrefeningtothe nrJImutc, ttlvliiL'
lo number and UJIO 01 annrova I. ami n,...
eald ordinanco Is subject to examination at
any time at hisofflce. Said bids sbull bu
opened uy tuo ciors: in tuo preenco or tha
.uncll and the contract for doim? tho work
er furnishing ibe material or both, for the
eonstnjetion and ro-constructlonorsald sido
walkstball be awarded 16 the lowest respon
sible bidder, who shallsutllcletitlygtiarautcc
to the Mtlafactton of the city council tho
furnishing of eald material or the perform
ance ol said work or both under tho super
intendence of the committee ou stieets
within euch time or times as may bo fixed by
contract oleald city council shall then licem
H expedient to do so. If said bids arc not
Mtlsfactory to the city council they tnay
reject any or all of thorn and may thon or
thereafter .authorlzo said sidewalks to bu
constructed and ro-constmctcd by euch
agent as thev mayj think proper.
Approved Juooiltii, iffM.
John Wood, Mryor.
Attest: WILL K, JIawkijm,
OAIIIO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to take from us a thousand bill
heads, gdou paper and Dncly printed, for
Ono thousand statements printed at Tint
HUM.KT1N olllco for 3."0.
Uno thousand note head!- tirlnted at Till
Itui.i.nriN olllco for $1.00; two thousand lor
One thotisnud business cards, ituo Ilrlstol
board, printed at Tiik Hui.t.KTiN olllco . lor
from f'-.w to fi.m, according to size.
And motallocnios at Wlloox'a block nt
much less than usual prices 45-C-C-tf
LOCAL SHORT STOPS.
Ooolkrt Weiss boor In tbo city at tbo
Couotv Couut. Tho Juno term of
tho county court will commonco on Mon
Is and 'caps In tho city
and for less
inonoy at I). HartmnnV.
l'KSCRKDiKOS. Tlio procoodlngs of tbo
lato session of tho county commissioner s
court will bo publlshod in Tuesday morn-
Foil tho nlno Alaska Sea Lions,
tho only oneti now on exhibition in tho
United Statos, go to tbo Old John Robin
Dntios. For Iho bost puro drugs goto
1. E. Sullivan's, Commercial nvonuo noar
Tonth stroet. l'orscriptioni carofully
prepared at all hours day nnd night.
Vantkii. Alrunnor at tho Southorn
hotel. A man who can bring good ro
commendations, nnd is of ttoady habits,
anont situation nt lib'
beer in tbo city nt tho
Thalia. Wiae C3-C12-1W.
lust rocoIvedjjlOO boxos of lino toilet
soap, bought at bankrupt auction salo in
Chicago, which will ba oO'urod for salo at
less than common rosin soap at D. Hart
man's. C3 cii-tf
Ukaltii aki 1'ukb W ATKB. Verson
wanting cistorns ropalrod or now ones
built can bo nccommodatoJ in a satisfac'
lory mannor by calling on tho "under
signed on Cross ttroot, or by addressing
box 070, V. O., or by leaving word nt city
clones oiii"o. J. a. Hawkins.
KNiairrs or Pttiiias. Tho now lodg
i ivinguuot i-ymias was instituted yos
tordoy, tho initiation of tho new rocruits
and the work of organizing tho lodgo
commoncint: at nlno o'olnei' fn ti. mo.n
log and lasting till twelvo o'clock nt
Fouktkknth Sthkkt, Fourtoonth
stroet, betwoon Washington avenuo and
Walnut stroet is boing placed In a condi
tion that it is hoped will mako it paisablo
for trains at nil seasons of tho yoar sipo
wator or no slpo wntor. Stroet Superin
tendent Qalligan has charge of tho I in
provotnont and has oight toams at work.
C. 0. llurleigh, n man noted for olo
quonco, scholarship and as an independ
ent, oarnost tbinkor and workor in tbo
causo of human progress and fruo thought,
will locturo bofore tbo Froo Religious As
sociation of Cairo in tboir ballot 8 o'clock
p. ni., Sunday, Juno M, 1871. Lkctukk
Old Jons ioumo Tho win is roll-
Ing round, and with it will como Old
John Robinson's world-rcnownod circus
nnd monagorie, and a city fall of people.
Special trains will bo run on nil tbo roads
loading to tbo olty, nnd parties nro al
ready organizldg to attend. Tho groat
show Is woll worth soolng.
'Gone Fisiiinu." A party composed
oftho following gentleman: 1. W. Jlar
clay, ur. Dunning, W. II. Morris, T. W.
Haillday, E. 0. l'aco, Col. Rearden and
ono or two others wont "ovor tbo rivor"
on a llshlng oxcursion last ovonintr.
They woro nrrnod with all tuo necessary
pnarapiiornaiia roqulslt for suob an ex
pedition and undoubtedly had a Jully llmu
Toiiacco Salks Tbo salo of i biccd
at thu plantore' warehouso yostorday com-
prised sixty-five bogshoads, ranging from
common to thu very bost quality. Tho
prices obtained woro, tor Jugs 4 to $5,
shippers 7 to $11, and for common
bright front $12 to Thusu am con-
eidorcd excollont prices and were satis
factory all around. Tho salo was nttond
ed by a lar,;o board ol buyors, foroign ns
well as lo,. I Tho uoxt ,Mo will bo'
equally as 1 4c
ESOntcuiT C a"..T. Tbo tlmo of tho court
slnco AVodnusdny has beon taVuti up In
tho bearing of tho cases commonly known
as tho "Oroon Line cases." Thoro ro
eotno slxtoon of thesu suits brought by
different parties, to recover Af
freight placed in tho hands of tho agonts
of ibe Oroen Lino for shipment. Tho
freight was lost by tho sinking of a bargo
wbllo in uanilt botwoon Cairo and Hick
man. Ho far tho plaintiff havo noarly
all recovered damages.
Doo Suiciue. Mr. J. Soblesergor, the
artist, fearing that tho marshnll In his
rounds dealing out doatructlon to the
canine trlbo with that huge fouling pluco
that he has been carrying of late to rid
our city of somoof tho worthies curi that
infost Cairo and annoy tho slumbers of
our citizens by their hideous nolno,
yestordoy, tied bis fayorito
purp to the second story poroh of
Mi gallery on Eighth street. Shortly
.2 'dBiBViasausui TaSm
m vfli"o 'awn
aftor being soouroa, his dogshlp Jumped
over tho railing and hung hlmsolf. llo
was soon discovered and cut down, but
11 fo was extinct.
Coot.KBT Weiss beor in tho city at thti
Tn OrngR Sidb. A genllomnn who
says he snows "all about" tbo affair at
Tbobos tho othor day In which officer
John llogan on tho ono sido, nnd a number
of citizens of Tbobos on tho othor, wore tho
principal participants, called at Tiik
Bulletin ofllso yesterday nnd promised
on his roturn to Thcbos to havo tho par-
tlos (fit t" ! In tho transaction giva
us thoir vuraion of tho difficulty. It is
claimed that tho account published in
Tub BUM.BTIN of yostorday morning
doos groat Injustico to tho Thobcons tha
in fact, thoro was very llltlo truth in tho
roport. Our infornntlim on tho subject
was obtalnod from Mr. .!ogn hlmsolf,
and had no rokion lo doubt tbo correct
ness of his statement. Hut wo shall bo
glad to givo tho partlos at Tbubot an
opporluuily to set thenuolvos right in
To in Lawk. It is not perhaps
gonorally known that thu llro of latSnii
day dostroyod noarly all tbo wearing ap
nivrnl of n.vnrl nf tbo tblrtoon families
5.7I2 "ijJr.n-l-HHhiaftn as well as tha
IJer mombors of thorn, with so'troely an
exception, without n chango ol clotliijc.
This fact camo to tho oars of somoof our
charitablo ladios. Mrs. V. W. Thornton
and -Mn. 1'. 11. I'opo vetlarday visited
tch family and woro convinced
that (omo of them woro sadly in
nood of immediate assistance Thu
caeo was laid boforo other kind-
hearted ladies and it was decided to issue
a call upon all thn ladios of Cairo wh
may fool moved by tho promptingB of
bonovolonco, to meet nt ilio houso of Mrr.
P. Whoolor to-day at hall-past three
o'clock. All who can tako contributions
of ladies' or children's clothing aro re
quested to do so, and nt tho meeting this
afternoon further plans will bo ngroed
upon lor tbo reiiof of tlioeo who
havo su'lorod by tho llro.
Tho ladios of tho city gonorally aro cor
dially invltod to hood this call without
further notico. Wliilo it has boon the
prldo of Cairo that it hai nlwnys boen
among tho tint to rollovo tho distress of
tbo pcoplo of other citios, whothor af
flicted by llro, Hood or postllanco, wo aro
certain tho wants of our own homo pcoplo
only ncod bo brought to notico to moot
with prompt and gonorous reiiof.
Coot, Kit Weiss boor in tlio city at tho
Thalia. 03 (MVMw.
Oon. Oroen U. Raum, of llarrlsburg;
John Lincgar and lawyer Crandal, ot
Mound City, wore in attendanoo on cir
cuit court yesterday.
J. II. Morly, chkof ongineor of the
Cairo, Arkansas and Toxas railroad is in
Mr. O. W. Cochran, Mr. Wilcox
partner In tbo St, Charles hotel is (pond
ing a fw days in tho city.
A. S. Landis, of Nashvillo.Tonnessoe,
is in town looking after the interests of
tbo Oroen Lino, of which ho is ono of tho
T. W. Watltins, Esq., and County
Clerk Hogan, of Mound City, woro down
to Cairo yesterday. Thoy woro In at
tendance on circuit court.
S. Frink, goncral tickot agont of tho
Iron Mountain railroad, was In
tbo city yesterday on business
in connection with his road.
Col. W. L. Walkor, ot Holly Springs,
Mississippi, has taken rooms at tho St.
Charles hotel for a short tlmo. Col.
Walkor Is travollng for bis health.
F. l'lckott. editor Oftho Hnrrlibnrw
'ChronioJo' callod at Tiik Uullbtin
olllco yostcrday. -Mr. Pickott publlshoa
ono of tho bost country papora in tho
Mr. D. Axtoll, assistant euporinton
dent of the Cairo, Arkansas and Texas,
anu uapt. John U. Mann, and Oapt. W
A. Koizer, of tho Mississippi central road,
wero in Cairo a day or two slnco, looking
after the intorosts of their rospoctivo
Mr. John Craig, of Oloarcrook pro
clnct was in town yostorday. Ho reports
tho wheat of his soction as good ns ever
produood there, and harvesting being
pushed nhoad as rapidly as possible. Thu
rain which prevailed on Friday was
general throughout tho county, nnd ox
tondod lu this direction as far as tho
Dicky farm. It will prove a groat
boneflt to tho growing corn crop.
Mr. J. U, Fulton, un old Cairoito.
but now chief ongineor ol tho stoam ap
panttus at tho Southorn Illiuois Insnno
nsylum at Anna, was In town yostorday.
Ho is tho same old Fulton that ho always
was, and bis only regret is that Cairo is
not bolter roprosontud at tbo nsylum.
Howovor, ho thinks thoro nro a num
bor of candidates for positions thoro, and
it is only a question or tlmo as to how
soon thoy will arrlvo.
A ORE AT SACRIFICE.
Twolvo yards gronadino for $1 and
many other goods at similar prices to bo
had tit Danlol Uartman's. CB-C-l'J-tt
I will sell at auction on Saturday, Juno
13tb, at 11 o'clock a. m., tho ontlro Block
of furniture In Urewn's hotol, cornor of
Sovonth and Washington nvonuo, con
sisting of twenty budstoads, nnd boddlng
for each bedsted, bureaus, wash-stands,
carpots, wash-bowia and pltehors, contor
tables, looking gjassos, cooking stoves
wardrobes qunonsware and cooking uten
sils, knives und forks; in fact overything
that would bo nooded to run a hotet will
bo oQerod and sold to tho highest biddor.
Dan Hautman, Auctioneer.
Soda Watxh.-T. E. Sullivan will
gio you tho bust glass of soda wator to bo
lound lu tho city.
SOME FACTS FROM "CLERK."
A PtiWA FOIl THE OONBIUKUA-
TION OF M.KHOHANTS AJNI)
FA0T8 WOUT1IY OF CON
Kdiior of the Cairo Jlultttin :
l)KAn3M! The oolumns of your val
uable papor being open to communica
tions discusilnir, questions that may por
tain to tho general woll-telng and happi
ness of tho peoplo of our city, no inattor
how small a portion of tho Kmmunlty
they may cemprlso, I avail mysolf of tbo
privilcgo as a representative of tho largo
ARMY OF CLKIIK4
that are required to conduct the business
of our city, to lay boforo your readers a
grovl.tneo, or more properly, a hardship,
that wo are compelled to undergo nnd
which can bo considerably ameliorated
In bringing tho mioitton boforo tha
public wo do not WHh it to bo inferred
that tho proprietors of our dry good,
grocery and clothing stores nro altogether
to blame, Thoy naturally
CAT Kit TO TIIK 1'fllLlC TAstTK,
and to reaoli tlioni wo must gnln tho syni'
palhy of tho publio and thoir co-opora
tton to ell'oct tho ond dotlroJ. It is well
nwn that nil
our retail storos
tO SlX U UlUUf, in
opened irum nvu
morning and kept open until nine, tun
olovou, nnd somuilmoi ns lato ns twolvo
and ono o'clock nt night. Taking tho
minimum tl'no which olorks havo tj
spend in tbo store at from half past llvo
In tho morning to tulf past nlno in the
evening, thoy work
BIXTKKX HOURS KVKUV DAY
This givos us eight hours out of twenty
four, aud our average is not noar so high
tho yoar round lor slcop nnd cxorclno.
know that many of our pcoplo will be
surprised at this statomont but noverthc
less it is truo. Homo will say that tho
hours aro long but the work is light. Tha
is truo nt some seasons ot tho year, but
thoro is not ono of us but would
rnKFEino HAVE WOItK
to dp during tho timo than to havo timo
hang Idly on our hands, work that would
booxorciso and that would induco sound
refroshlng slcp. We do not always, I
fact soldom got this kltd of work, but in
STAND TIK COUNTKU
soiling goods, day and light, attending to
tho caprices and tauiios of oustomers,
Thore is not much boco and muscle, o
brain making eiardse n this.
TUB LIWS or HEALTH
rcquiro oxorcise, indueng hoalthful sloop,
and sound, hoalthful iloep is Ood's own
brain making piwer rs well dlrocted ex
ercise is bono and murolo. Clerks cannot
tako this exercise, tteir long hours glv
thorn no timo, nnd If It did, wbon they ar
through with their eight and day work
in body and m od, have no deslro n
spirit to indulce in oxorcise that health
requiros. On tbo contrary as soon as they
leavo tho store thoy will go to bed, sleop
a rostluss, unsatisfuotory sloep, getting up
in tho morning, frequontly as fatigued
as when thoy laid down, to ive over the
experlenoo of the previous iiy. 1 know
that plenty of my follow corks can at-
tod that tbo foregoing is ncfancy sketch,
that I bavo wrllton tbdr actual ox
porionco as dorks.
HUT TUB HUMKIY 7
1 would proposo that all ur retail mer
chants closo tboir stores mch ovoning,
Saturday's excopted at oven o'clock.
This will glvo tleir clerks
tho noodod timo for loaithy exor
cise, and I nm cartnin tb.t proprietors
will loso nothing in tho ud for thoy will
havo a moro ,epirltod lot jf mon working
for them, nnd tboir work would bo hotter
dono, though douo in' ois timo than al
present. And 1 am satlsllid that each and
ovory ono of thoir clerks would intorcst
thomselvos moro for tho
INTKKKST OV TUBIK BtrLOYERB,
bocauso of tbo prlvlloge granted thom,
I am also cortain that n 'onoroua publio
would soon habituate tbsmsolvos to pur
chasing what thoy may requiro boforo
that hour, whon thoy conidor tho good
that will bo conforrod on in undisponslblo
portion of tho community
A WOUD TO X'BOI'R ETOI1S
nnd I am dono. Soma of jou hnvo boon
olorks nnd "Know bow t is yoursolf.'
You can sympathize with is, and would
now gladly agroo to close at 7 o'clock.
In fact I boliovo that nil tbo morchants of
tho city would do bo, could thoy bo as
sured that thorulo would notboonfringod.
Should this ngreoment bo enttrod into by
you, I think that no respoc.sblo inor
chant, who holds
HIS WOKI) AS IIIH HOKL
would bo tbo llrst to break it nnd should
any ono broak it, or refuso to cntor into
tho agroeraont, wbon it is so clear to ovory
one that nono but good can result thoro
from. I foel surothat tho gonoral publio
will uphold you who mako and koep this
agroemont, giving you tho proforonco in
patromige nnd the few catch pontiles that
may como to those who rofuso to closo,
will not, I am corlttn, increase thoir sales
nor diminish youn, Cleki
AViiy Miss An a, whoro did you gc
that nico hat? U Mrs. Hultz' Mil
linory storo, cori.jr of Washington nv
onuo nnd Elovonti streot. Sho has tho
latoet fashions, ana tho nicest and chonp-
est hats that ovor nuiu to Cairo.
Fon Stovbs, Tltwaro,toilotwaro, stoam
cooking vossols, brdlors, bird cagos, lati
orns, gatu springs, ghto hlrigos, tablo nnd
pookoi cutlery, flulng Irons. Also for
rooling, guttors aid spouting, go to A.
Hnlloy'B, 108 Wellington nvonue, noar
Tenth stroot. ou i-17-im.
Btei' und Extension iaaaors, Hand
Screens, Riddles, Blovos, Sbovols, Spados,
Forks, Hooe, Rakci, "Wator Closot Urinals,
Kitchen and Cos; 1001 Sinks, Clothes
Ringers, Clothos Horios, Olothos Linosn
and, lu fact,' u lull atBorttnunt of kitchen
nnd Houso luniinlung goods at A. Ilal
loy's, It'H Washington avonuo, noar Tonth
stroot. no 1-17-lm.
Coolkst Wolss beor In tho citv at tbo
All tho day boarders in tho olfv -can
bo accommodated at tho Ht. Charlos
otol, with first-class board at second class
Sullivan. T. K. Sullivan, solo Bgont
for Fouquolt's Colobratod Forfumod Starch
of Gloss, tbo bost artlclo ot tbo kind in
uso. l'rico 25 conts nor box.
Tin: largest nnd boat-selected stock
of FURNITURE for salo at wholosalo
nnd mtall by HENRY lilOIIUOFF, No.
10, Commercial nvcnuo.onnosito Sevonth
street. 7. C.17-3m
Tun Hkst. "Win. Ludwlg, harness
maker, cornor of E'ght street and Com-
tnorclal avenuo, lias tbo best suntilv of
union, saddles, bridles, etc., in Southern
Illinois, nnd sells them at cheap as tho
Cm Attn. For tbo best Cigars and To-
bacon In thu city, go to T. E. bullivan's,
'ommerciiil avenuo, near Tonth street
Die be.t In tho city. 01 C-10-tf.
MoMiuiTO wiro Hereon cloth at Ilalloy's
cheaper thin tho cheanost. CO 1-17-lm
Tiik Monitou, Kor tho .Monitor, tho
best coal Cook Stovo ovor mado or tho
"Mil" nhninlnn wnnd L'liok of tbo
West, go to A. Ilalloy's, 108 Washington
uvtiiuo, near Tonth stroot.
j. k. nuLi.ivAN xnoro is no moro
onorgelic young man lu tho city than T
1'.. hullivan, and ho deservus tojbo patron
ir.-d. Ho lias ono of tbo noatost drug os
tablislimonls in tho state, and his stock of
drugs cannot bo sttrpassod. Ol-C-10-tf
Coolest Wolts boor in the city nt tho
Notice to Huii.iikiis. Having stattod
up our saw mill again, wo aro now pre
pared to furnish all kinds of building
material nt lowor prices, dolivorod, than
It can bo bought from country mills,
Wo havo also on hand two hundred
thousand fcot of as-ohted lumiiku that
was colored by sipo wator that wo will
sell nt .'torn $7 to $10 per 1000 foot.
Wall ii Ent.
The barnor s:iop is on .no cornor ot
Eighth street nnd Commercial avonuo
whero .1. Goorgo Hticnhouso with his gen
tlomanly assistants can bo found nt any
hour of tho day or night, roadv to soothe
your foolings with a smooth shnvo, or cool
your tcmpor nnd head with a good sham
poo. It is it first-class shop, and you aro
euro of rocoiving llrst-class treatment.
Ladies' nnd children's hair cut or curled
aftor tho most approved stvlos. 8-lC-tf
Dn. Sciienok's Pulmokiu Syrup, Sea
Weed Tonic, and Mandrake Pill.
Thoso medicines hnvo undoubtedly por
formod moro euros of Consumption than
any othor romedy known to tho Ameri
can public. They aro compounded of
vogotnblo ingrodlonts, and contain noth
ing which can bo injurious to tho human
constitution. Othor rornodios advertised
as euros for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which is n somowhat danger
ous drug in nil cases, and if taken frooly
by consumptive potion's, it must do great
injury; for its tendency is to con (1 no the
morbid matter in tho system, which, of
course, must mako n cure impossible.
Scbonck's Pulmonic Syrup Is warrnntod
not to contain n particlo of opium; It Is
composed of poworful but harmloss borbi,
which act on tho lungs, liver, stomach
and blood, and thus correct nil morbid
secrotions, and oxpol all tbo disoascd mat
tor from tho body. Theso aro tho only
moans by which consumption can bo
curod, and as Scbonck'e Pulmonic Syrup,
Sea Weed Tonic, and Mandrako Pills nro
tho only medicinos which oporato in this
way, it is obvious thoy aro tbo only gen
uine euro for Pulmonary Consumption.
Each bottlo of this Invaluablo modicino Is
accompaniod by full directions. Dr
Schenck is professionally at his principal
oIUco, cornor Sixth and Arob stroots
Philadelphia, ovory Monday, whoro all
lottors ror advico must bo addressed.
Ten pounds of brown sugar for tl j
8 pounds bost coifoo sugar at $1, i pounds
of cholco buttor nt $1; baking powder dSc
por lb ; Imporial toa at $1 ; 3 lbs coifoo
51,t Wilcox's Block. 107 2. 1-1 in.
IOE CREAM PARLOR.
T. II. Ellis, at tho Arlington houso,
hereby announces that ho has opened an
ico croam parlor at tho Arlington homo
for thu accommodation of tho public.
Famillos supplied. All ordors promptly
nttendod lo. 71-0.17.lf
HO, FOR THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS.
Illinois Central R, R. Co. )
Agt's Olllco, Cairo, June 0, J
On and after this dnto, until Oct. 1', wo
will soli oxcursion tickets from Cairo to
Denvor, Col., nt $82 6a
Ct.0-7-0t. James Johnson, Agont.
Having sold out my ofllco nnd practice
to Dr. J. Jonnolie; of DuQuoin, who
will tnko possession of tho olllco tho 12th
ot Juno, I bosepoak for Dr. Jonnello a
libural share of public patronage 1 am
woll ocquaintod with him and know him
to bo a flrdt-clasa dontlst, and would most
oheorfuliy rooommend him to all of my
frionds and patrons. 0. li, Duuolab.
All tboso indobtod to mo and nil those
having accounts against mo aro roquostod
to call nnd sottlo as I hava sold out and
lntond going away tho 12th of Juno.
3'J C.'.Ot U. a, UOUQLAB.
Mr. O. W, Smith, spoclal agont for tbo
Howk Machine Company, is now
stopping nt tho St. Charlos hotol. Tho
company want a first class agont in Cairo,
and Mr. Smith is prepared to oll'or special
inducomonts to ono of tbo right kind. Tho
machine is woll known hero as woll as in
othor socttouB of country whoro sowing
machines aro in uso, nud in kaot, as well
as by reputation, is tho vory bost
and most .salable maeliino manufnc
turod. Any person Jostring nu ngoney
will ploaso call on .Mr. Smith, at tbo St.
Charles hotol, for a fow days. 40 0-5-tf
GREAT CHEAP SALE!
WILL OFFER MONDAY, JUNE 8th,
$10,000 worth of New and jOosirablo Dress Goods. Notions.
White Goods, Hoscry, Gloves, &c.,bought at thoir own figuros
during tho Great Forced Salo of Hamlin, Davcy & Co., of
Wc arc now able to oiler the pcoplo of Cairo and vicinity
tho most desirable stock of goods in the city at such prices as
will insiiro to them a saving of 25 per cent.
.During tho special salo
Como early and make your
losed out within sixty days.
O. 0. llodcn, Director of Consorvatory
of Music, and Trncher of Vociil, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction given in
nil stringod and wind instruments. Ele
mentary principles, thorough bass, har
mony and counter point. Unprecedented
inducements otrro.l l'hn i-itins lo
secure his services will plnaso apply nt
th Conservatory of -Music corni.r nf
Twriirib streot and Washington avciiuu.
Pianos tuned and repaired.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
DR. DAVID PARKINSON,
Having Incited in (.'aim, kMU tbo pat
ronage of thoio ,lelrlng Dental Work.
lla lug been over twenty year mccvfulty
engaged In tho Mudy and practice of Dentin,
try. In all In various hraii'-'he.'sliprccliJiiMi-lied
In haying thai mil sali-lacllim will be
All Work WAKItAXTKII flnf iNfarlnry
Reference", Diploma und Tollmnnlaln
freely exhibits,! vthen dcidrud. Dr. Park
l it -on i prepared to ninio
HOLD AND HIIiVKK I'LATU,
EXm.ISII AND AMERICAN FLA-
TINA, AND CELLULOID HASH
to mount artlllcl.il teeth on ; making a line
MiMltuti' when Nature rail-. EXTRACT-
I NO and l'LUUdlNO done In a workman-
like manner, often savins tho teeth for life
Chiirgei reasonable. Extracting M) cents,
outer lining mi cent.-.
Oilllcoroom lu W. . Crry' Ilutldlng,
Corner Sixth utruet and Commercial avenuo
rrrEutranco on Sixth street.
M 0-KMvlt. V
Endowment Sou km e !
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
IN All) OF THE
Public Library of Kontucky.
CTXJXSZ- 31, 1874.
In announcing the Fifth nnd last of the
ceries ol (Jilt Concert, given for the benefit
of thu Public Library of Kentucky, the
trustees ami manager refer with prido and
pleaiure to tho four which have been already
given: The firnt, December 10, 174; the sec
ond, December 2, 172; tho third, July b,
ioio; aim tau luiirtii, jiarcitul, ISM.
Under their charter, cranted bv it kneels)
act or tho Kentucky LegMuture, March 10
1S71, tho Trustee aro authorized to glvu
ONE .MOORE, and OM.Y ONE MOURE
mil t'onrert- ftfi tlio money arMtig from
thu Fir.h nnd La.l concert, thu Library, Mu
seum, ami otiier uciiariiucmi arc io no en
larged and endowed with a fixed and certain
annual income. Such an endowment fund
in deklred, ni will secure beyond peradven-
tiire, inn omy tiic mainienuneo or inn mag
nificent establishment, but its constant
The Fifth Gift Concert,
ror tlio purposes mentioned, and which U
po-ltlvely and unequivocally announced s
tiik i.asjt which will ever hi:
(I1VEN I'NDER THIS CHARTER AND
1IY THE PRESENT MANAGEMENT, will
ruiuu un in mu mime i.iurary Half, ul l.oiti!
Friday July 31, 1874.
At thl final Concert everything will bo
upon a scale (orrot.pomllng with Itn In
creased importance. Tho music will be
rendered by an orchcitra coii.lttlug or ono
humlercd perlonuerH, selected lorthelr faiilu
in uiiiereiii lauui, mid the unprecedented
divided Into twenty thousand giris, will bo
iiiniriuuieu among mo ticKut-noiueri.
iiiNr or ai TH.
ONE (IRANI) CASH GIFT ?'1M),000
ONE ORAND CASH OlFT KK) 000
ONE URAND CASH GIFT 70 0T0
ON It GRAND CASH CI FT bOOOO
ONE GRAND CASH GIFT 25 000
5 OASH GIFTS, IJO.OOO each... 100,000
15 CASH (11 FTC,
20 CASH GIFTS,
25 CASH GIFTS.
!)0 CASH GUTS,
M) CASH GIFTS,
100 CASH GIFTS,
210 CASH GIFTS
wt.isii liirin, ii.oou earn .. IWA)
lu.ouo eacli..,. loO.OOO
1,000 each. . . 100,000
a.oou euch. . . oo.ooo
s,vuu uaeii. . . luu.ooo
l,000;cach, . . 100,000
ftOO eneh. . . 120,000
W)0 CASH GIFTS.
10,000 CAM! GIFTS,
100 each. . . W),000
00 caoh. . . O.VJ,000
Wliolu Tlcketn W.00
Tenth, or each Coupon 5,00
11 Whole Tickets lor nOO.OO
221 Tickets for 1,000,00
l'ickcls aro now roady for salo, and orders
accompanied by cash will bo promptly
Liberal Commissions Mill bo nllowcd to
Circulars containing full particulars fur
TIIOS. E. IIRAMLETTE,
Agent nnd Muiuigcr.
jQPjihlleLllirnry Rulldlng, Louisville, Ky
CARRIAGE & WAGON
Sixth Hired nud Commorolul Avon ho,
Spoelsl attention given to Huusk Simua
anu genersi repairing,
II. WAUDNEK, M. D.
II. J.STAIiKBIt, M.D.
Olllcn and rexlilonco 111 Cumiurciul Avo
next door to tlio Athcneiiui. tHU-t
all goods will bo sold for cash.
selections, as the stock must bo
J tnko ploasuro in calling
tlio attention of tbo publio to
my fesb and full stock of
now and elegant Furnituro, nt
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, cornor Sovcnteentb
Street and "Wnsbington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Bedsteads, Wadrobes, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, "Wasb
stands, Tables, Cliairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in u word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my Hub.
This being tbo only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, 1 proposo offering better
goods at lower prices, and
havo made a large redxtion
in the pr'we? of my goods.
CuJ1 and examino my stock
n:l secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To the wholeaalo
trado I oiler special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dc.tlor in Fur
niture nud Matracgca.
Oucditwnrp, China, (llnswnrc, Ilnck
onliiiin nud Yellow Wnre, Stoneware,
China OrimiiientH and Toys, Fancy
Good, I'lutedtviire, Tallin nnd
Pocket Cutlery, Lnnip, Loup
LooLlui; UlitsscH. etc
In fact every' kind or kooiI belonging to a
For tho next cixty rtay I will oner lho
above good at and bolotv cod, TorcaKh only.
The uootls mint be eold to cloic the concern.
CloNi buvere aro especially Invited, either to
como and sec ror themselves or pond their
order, In either cite I guarantee patisractlon
J. T. TI1UMAH.
Assignee ori'arson, Davis A CO.
Calao, 111., April 1,1, 1871.
John Q. IUtman,' orP
j. 0. harman & co.
b.Xj Est jQl tb
Aud Laud Af;cnlH of the Illinois Central and
JliirllnKton und JIUhourl it. K. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Loveo,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real jEstato Ageuts,
74 Ohio Levke, (Seoond Floor,)
Iluy anil Bell 1U5AL ITATU, Fay TA.YKrt,
FurniMiob Abntraebt of Title.
VILLIASI 1?. SliUTII, M. D,
HKSIDKKCK No. 21, Thtrleentu etrcet
bettveeu Wantiliinton aTomie and Wulnii
Iroet. Olllco- li commerelal avenue, up