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OUR 0UUK0UK8.
I 11I113TIAN OllUHUU-Ktghtcenth street
botwoon Washington and Walnut.
1'reachlng every tllrd and fourth Sunday.
Sunday school at 8 p. in.
Prayer mooting Wednesday evening.
It It THIMHLK, l'aator.
KKBUVTKIUAN Klghtb Htreet. .
l'reichlug, Habbatb at 10 J a.m. and 71 p.m
I'rayor muotlig, Wednesday at 71 p. m.
Jab&ath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Lansdon, Bu
potlntundBiit. llBV. lI.TnAu, l'astor
JBTIIOOIST. Cor. Klghth and Walnut BU.
Preaching, Habbslh at II n.nw and7 p. m
Prayer mooting, Weduendny ,74 p.m.
rfubbath Hchool, a. p.m. J,. W. Btlllwoll,
uneilntondont. IUV. .1. I.. Wallkk,
.lUltcVl OK THE HEUXKllKlt Kplsoo-
i'lornlng prayora. Sabbath. 1H a-tn.
Kvenlug prayers. 71 p.m.
lalibatli School, I) a.m.
IlKV. C'H.is. A. (iiuiKiir, Hflctor.
U I'ATillCK'S C'llUKCU Ninth St. and
Washington Avenue.
I'uhUo sorvloo, Sabbath 8:H' and Ml a.m.
Vtviier, 7 p.m.
.Sabbath Hchool, 2 p.m.
Uervlce every day, 8 a.m.
IUV. I'. J. O'lUUMHXJ, l'rteit.
T. JOHKPU'S CIIUHOH. (German,) cor.
ncr of Walnut and Cross street.
M im. ovcry Sabbath at HI o'clock a. in.
V uum, J I', ni.
Jin a during week daya, 8 o'clock a. in.
Rev. U. IIokpmak, l'ricjt.
ir.lt 11 AN LfJTIIKKAN CUUUCU 13 th
jtrtint batwuvn Wahlnr;ton Avenuo and
Walnut street. -Preaching
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock,
tlabbath Hobool mt'io'oUick p.m.
ltKV.CDUKUaoiinn.lv, i.r,
lOIIMll UVU'll fill IMCI'1 A V AKKdCIA-
Utin. ltegular mooting cuuu Monday '
tatfb month at their room over llockwell
. i;o'a bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly I'rayor wetting, ,riday,7i p.m. at
Lo tcom.
L. W. 8TILLWKU-, President.
KCOND MlSaiONAUY HAPTI8T
CUUUCU. Corner Hyeainore aid forty
tint ntrcots. Preaching Habbith t 11
o'clock a. ro. and tl o'clock p. m,
hunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church ) connected with tic Illinois
Awclatlon, by the tint Missloaary llip
tint Church ol Cairo.
Uv. Solomon Lxonaju), l'aitor,
.KlllOAH MKTUODIST. Fourteenth, be
twecn Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
.Sabbath School, 1) P-m.
Claw meet at a p.m.
.GONU KIIKB WILL BAPTIST--HII-lee
nth Street., between Walnut ind Cedar.
aonlceiSabbalb.il and 3 p.m.
Ilxv. N. Kick Pastor.
I IKK WILL I1AWIST 1IOMK MISSION
SAHI1ATH SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
nnd Cedar Streeu.
Sabbath School. a.m.
rilllT KKKK WILL llAl'TIST CUUUCU
lurry's Ilarracks
S7icei, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m A 71 p. m.
Uxv. Wm. Kx-iun, Pastor.
VlUST MISSIONABY BAITISTOUUKOU.
.-Cedar, between Ninth and Terth SU.
l'rev hlng Sabbath, 101 a.m. ant 71 p.m.
ain, ii a.m. ani i p.i
, Wednesday ovmlng.
,f rarer meeting,
(re:iLhlnir. mdar ereulns.
lay evening
ibbath School, 11 p.m. John Vanllaxter
.mil Marr Stephen. Sucorlntenlonu.
JtKV. T . J. htlOBM. Pallor.
KCO.NI HAPTIST CUUHCU-Kourteenth
Mrret, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Uaptut church recogntxed by the Ai
oc4ation. temcci, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,n. and 7 p.m.
ItW. JiCOn IlltADLlY. Elder.
SE011ET OUDERB.
THE MASONS.
'0
COMMANDEIlY, No. 18.-ttated
-ibly at the Asylum Matoiic Ila.ll, Unit
urd i:. .'J Mondayi In each mmth.
.u'HO COUNCIL, No.34. ltefUlarConvo-
call it at Maaonlc Hall, the aecond V'rlday
In eicli month.
JAIKO CUAl'Tat No. 71. lletrular Con-
vocation at Maxonlo Hall, (n the third
Tuesday ot every month,
,;AlltO LOOOtw No. 'i17 K.A I. M. Uetru-
lr Communlcatloni at Maiotlo Ila.ll. the
econd and fourth Mondays of each month.
TUK OUI)-KEI.I.OW8.
I.KXANDEll LOUOE, W4 Meet In Odd.
C ollowa' Uall, In Arter'a buLdlng, every
J huirday evening at b o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
Governor John 1.. licvcridgi
l.loutcnant-Uoveraor
svereUry of State Oeoru'o 1L Harlow.
Auditor of State C. E. IJpplLcott.
.iuto Treasurer Capor lluu.
Attornev General Jame K. Kdsall.
iupt. l'ubllc InetrucUon Newton liateman
CONOHHSSMEN.
Senator Ulchard J. Oglciby and John A
Ilepronentativo Eighteenth Dlitrict laacc
;iemenui.
MKVI1E113 QE.NEKAL. ASSEMULY.
lUipretcntathea In the Willi dlxttlct.
, ohn II. Oberly, Wm. A. Uuitni and Math-
w .1. Inscoro.
Senator for the fth dlntrlct. .Icno Ware.
COUNTY OKK1CE11S.
CIRCUIT COUKT.
Judge P. J. Baker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney l'atriek II. Pope.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
Short If A. U. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Ameasor and Treasurer.
Survoyor .John P. Uely.
corarr cocut.
Judge- F. llroKfl.
AaioclaU-.T. E. McCrito aud 8. Mare.hll
on.
Wcrk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner Jdun U. Ooasman.
MUNICIPAL "GOVERNMENT,
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer U. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. I'.. Kallla.
Clork Michael Ilowley.
Attornay U. WaUon Webb.
Police MagUtratos F. llrosa and J. J
ilrd.
Marshal and Chief of l'ellcoWm.Mcllalc
Street Commissioner IJ. J. UalllKan.
Mombeni l'ollco Force A. Cain rari'cnt.
y. W. Woolen, Phillip Hiiim.ChaD. Mchncr
lOAItI) OP AI.DKiatK.N.
Wrat warG-iUrum lllxby and J. M
"hi 1)8.
Second ward Herman Meyers and Wood
amcuuuiiae.
Third ward John Mov.Won and Y. Kora
noyer
Ko
ourth ward 0,
V. Nti'J and M. J
HcQauley.
Klflh ward Jno.
a. Morris
II. lloblnton and Wm
M IIIIBIIOIIIII
Corner Slntu St.
CHICAGO.
Thi mott Htnowntd flMclatlit of the .ty, V-
trtatnunt of PRIVATE, CIWOS'IC ami URl
X.Ul V DISEASES. BKMIXAI. WEAKNESS,
Tin rtturt tl mlr lolLnctilom er urr eui, r"'utHl
VKnvotsxr.88, nurLta ox the kici, ivrminNn
hOClITY. llll-lICED HI OUT. LOSS. 01 MKUOaY
uiMionn mbs. hktlv n:Rsr. tnr. cnrAM or
MEDICAL UTtnATtnC, Illblnut wlt ch..U 0lTlnjt
.pltlolii naumtTliiirir.iilirniil, bf. Tb ImfMlmfoH
KiuanUi. Thdr Btlurt, iim m4 or. Trie M c3ti.
itdlrtl llunlinix or 4tlc an tiller dlc,n lh dW,
loiJldl rrUe4 with rrlvU notnwoU, ttti, tMSlf
HOOt N
i'ATRONIZE
CAIEO CITY BINDEEY, .
Comsr Twelfth street and TTashlnston Are
J. C. HUELS ,
(Lata Ot Bt. Louis,):
I'ROrRIBTOW
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
UfANUFAOTURKR
. UIjANK UOOICS or every dcsonptlon done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds ol
ruling done at short notice , lilbles, Music,
Magazines and Periodical!) bound neat ami
attuolowost posslhlo rates.
County work, such as Records, Docket
eo lloolci, Illanks, etc., made a specialty,
times, Pocket llooki.Knvelaps, etc., made
3Mw
I
I'alillrnUon OfBee, BallftUa DbIKIbu
Waablncton Avaa.
SUNDAY, JUNK 14, 1874.
HOW TUB liHOOK WKNT TO Mll.l..
MV IIKN.HMIM T. -IAVI.OH.
I.
A rlltcd nx k In n wooded bill,
A prlni within llki-n looklinj-Kla".
A uamcli'f rill Ilka ikclii of mill
That liiwcd ax fiilnt n. n leublc vein,
And crept uwuy In the taDglln ,' nr'i
With a toltclei How and u wand rinjr
wilt
The fH! lon-iciih of a tllkcli ilrrn,
The murmured tone or inalilen'i "s!"
A fill fly o.v could liac quailed It up.
A boy dipped dry with a drinking cup!
Ilrokt! In a luooW llmrlll oompli'tc
llro,p In o onx tJir brook o fleet
llroko in a Imijli the ong o-wpi-i'
II.
Twa pebble, rubb1c,itid fallen ttio.
'Twan babble, double, throimh oery mile .
It buttled on Willi Minutnml shock,
ml nhltg uliii fii.iiii was the rugiccd rock,
nd dark were tin ln inloik nil tho while,
Till the road Krrw broad mid llm creek run
free,
It glared uton' tlm iliiipery illde.
Ami aliot awiiy with an arrow ullde.
t Mipjied lt iliori and In 'locking ln
Under the bank and lu f,oin tliu nlreel
Whlrlod In a waltz about and out
prinl.lcd with gold and put to rout. -
nd bright with tin- fli.h ol .put'ed
trout
III.
It flo.iln a name and It bourn a boat ;
l'i Leonard' Crek and li blind loi the
mill,
And maKi't jou think, with iU ripj'le itid
(low,
o li'ht it trip to the tone below.
Uoiv Kir linger go w lion they ino e by
note
riiroligh nieamre tine, a heninchc them
o'er
lie jieldlii),' pi ink of the ivory (lor.
encath the brldgf with a ranhliitf rub,
A bird tales toll, 'U a thinty thrurfi,--
lt ueara the fjulfof the hemlock nlyhl,
Where tar hlne down In inld-day lljlit,
It verei, the brink of Hie nhadow'slalr!
Stuinblei and falls on the llmeiloae italr.
Clins to the mute, and motioulett edgv-
umble and boundi trom lcdj;c to ledge-
Anil thuudero ami blunderi down to Uio
edne.
Scrlbncr'i! for Junu.
$ 5,000,000
Lvi)owmext Scheme !
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
IK All) OK THE
'ublic Library of Kentucky.
JTJXjY 31. 1874.
In announcing the Kinii und l.t of the
series ol Gift Concerts, given for th benefit
ni me i-uuiic i.iorury 01 iirniucKy, tue
ruttect and minugtr reler with priue and
ileaiure lutlie four tth cl.navn been already
udten: The llrt. Dccembtr 18. 1H71: the sec
ond, December 'J, lH7i; tu third, Jii'y 8,
lt-T.t: and the fourth, March 31, isTl.
under the rc barter. cranteU by u spec ai
etof the Kentucky Legislature, March 10
S7i. uio rru-ices arc aiitnorireii u gito
ONT. MOOItE. nnd OM.Y ONE MOUltK
Gltt Concert With the money aiUlng from
the l'ifth and Last concert, thu Library, Mil
scum, and other deii.rtmenls are to bo en
larged tttd enilowetl with a Hated and certain
annual Ineouic. Such an endowment fund
Is desired, as ,vlll secure) beyond peradven
turc, not only the maintenance of llil mag-
liltlcciit e-tablUhuivnt, but Its constant
growth.
The Fifth Gift Concert,
for the aurnoses mentioned, and which Is
positively and uneiUlvorullv announced as
1111. L.A31 ttll'Lill ttll.L. 1.1 till III.
GIVEN UNDEIl THIS CUAItTKU AND
HY Till. PllESKNT MANAGKMKNT. will
conic oil in tbo Public Library llall.ut l.ouii-
vlllu, Ky.
Friday July lil, 1S74
At this llnal Concert everything will be
upon u scale corresponding with its In
creased Importance. The music will be
rendered by un orchestra consisting of one
hundercd perlormers, feleeted forthclr fame
In dltlereut land-, nud the unnrcecdenteil
sum ni
S2.bOO,OO0.
divided Into twenty thousand gilts, will be
iiisiriimicii among inu iiCKCl-UOIuei .
list or (iii'TN.
ONE GUAM) CASH (1IPT . ..
ONE Git AND CASH GIKT ...
ONEUKANl) CASH GIFT .
fi'sD.OOO
100,000
"B.OCO
rn 1,000
r.oor
ONIt GItAND CAMI CIKT...
ONKGUAND CASH GUT. .
ft OAnll 01 ITS, f 20,yoo each
10 ( ASH GIFTS, 14,000 each
100,000
110,0
tiW.OOO
100,010
100,000
iai.Mt til i i i ,
U0C.VS1I GIFTS,
S.-iCASH GIFTS,
DOCASII GIFTS,
ftOCASH GIFTS.
10,000 each. .
ft.OOOeach. -4,000
each. .
:i,000 each. .
2,000 each. .
1,000 each. .
W)0 oaeh. .
100 each. .
!l),000
100,000
100,000
120,000
10(1 ( ASH GIFTS,
i0 CASH G.IFTft,
ftO.000
K'0,00tl
1(1,000 CASH GIFTS, Wench. .
MIAMI TOTAL 20,0K) OIl'TH,
AM. CAKII
2,500,000
l'HU'i: Stl'TKlKI-.TM,
.Whole Ticket!) ?
Hah'ei). . ,,
Trntli, or each Coupon
11 Whole Tickets for
221 Tlckutafor
fO,00
25,00
B,00
&00.IHI
1,000,00
rickets aro now ready lor sale, and orders
icconiuauled
ny eatii win ie promptly
uiieu.
Liberal Comiii'ssions will
natlsfartory agent,
Clreu'nrn containing lull
be nllowoil to
Hrtlculnrs fur.
uisncii on uppueition.
THUS. K. llHAMLKTI'i:,
Agent anil Manager.
Publto Library nulldlog, Loiiistllle, Ky
JU U-iMlW
im at NTnm:n
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GItOOEK,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealor lu
boat stores:
So. 7U Ohio Lcvcc, CAIRO, ILLS
tgrSpeclal atlentiou given to consign-
rrinsia uii1 ill Inn ,!.... ' . fi
liivnto m iiiujiii uniuin, 1 II
SAM WILSON,
IlKAMSU IN
BOAT STOEES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc,
ZtTo. XXO Olxio iiovoe
CAIRO ILLS.
2
A NEW IMPROVED
nmm iumm
I II II! '! Ill VL'III II 1 IV
AWAiint:t
The uModal for Progress."
At Vlt'iiiu, 1S73.
The lllibet Order ol ".Medal Awarded
.it the Exp)ltlon,
Nil SWING MACHINE RECEIVKI) A
HIGH K II PItlZB.
A VV.W () UKASOJi.S:
1. A Nfivr Invention thoroughly tented
and secured by Letter Patent,
'I. Mtfccai i'kiipicct Lock Stitch, nllke
on both ildei, on all kludxol good.
3. Hum Light, Smooth, NoleliM, and
Knpld bet conibiuallon ol ipialltlea.
4. Durable Ituni lor )tars without re
puln.
ft. Will do all varltleaol Work and Pancy
htltflilr In n Superior manner.
li 1 moat vault iiiunagvd by the opera
t..r i.cnti, ot eilich may be nlterod while
running, and machino can bo threaded with,
out paln thread through holer.
7' lJelK'i rfirf.f, f iifcrrtro', tv.. .
forming the flitch wliboiu the tuo of Co'a
Wheel Jcar, Itotary 'Jainaor Let cr Ann1',
lias tho Automatic Drop Keed, which In
mrck uniform length of "tlteli atanytpeeed
Ilaaournotv Thread Controller, ttlilch fol
low emy inotcinnt of nuedlp.bar and
prctcntt Injury to thread.
V. Construction moat carelul and tin
isht'd. Itli ui.iuulactured by the tno-t skill
fill an I Bxperlenced Hiachanicp, at the cele--rated
Hkminoik.v AltMORV, lMO.v, '. .
Chicago OIUce,!5.,!titc Street.
H 4-5(1.9111
DR. JIANSOM'S
HIVE SYKUP AND TOLU
-or.
Dr.Cox'c Illte (Crnuto Synin ban been
known aud ued by tho medical piofesrion
otcr 100 Tear, and an a remedy for Cold
and Coughs has an older and better rep Jtu
Hon than any other Cough msdlclnc ever
oilered to the public. It In knowu ut tho
L,oiDiounii.-jriipoi .-iiuii, anu a lormuia
may li tnund in every niRdtcaldlnncn-atory.
In. Kaniom'a Hive syrup and '1 olu, In ad
dition lo the Ingredient for Cox's Ulvu
Svruo. contalni Ilulsam ol l'ulu. dococtlon
ol Skunk Cabbage Hoot and Lobelia, a com-'
binauon taai must commend it toot cry one
as a superior remedy lor Croup, Whooping
;ii, Attnuia, iironcuitm. uougus ana
, Indeed lor all allcctlons. of the Throat
and Lungs when a cough medicine U
neccisary.
This Syrup Iicarclully prepared under
tho personal direction ol a regular Physi
cian ol over twenty years' practice, whoso
ligouturo la attached to the directions on
the bottle.
Us taste la vcrv p easant and children
like 1U
i.tery lamily should koep it as a re.idy
remedy for Croups and Colds etc., among
tho children.
D. lUXrtOM. SOS A Co.. Pronr's. llufla o.
N. Y. ...
DR. J. R. MILLER'6
I'KIVKKSai.
MAGNETIC BALM.
icdlcine may with pro-rlety be
called an "I'nlvcrsal llemcdy," at It ii fast
ng all other as a general family
medlcino. It cures, as If by MAGNETIC
1NKLUESCK, Neuralgia and all pain, and is
thcrcforo cry properly termed "Magnetic
Halm." It Is purely a vegetable preparation.
lljiasro enuai at a remedy tor unoicra,
Cholcrn Mnriiui, Dlarrhiea,Dyseutary,Culic
nud all lloircl (Jomnlatutr.
in timely sise win cure uoius, uroup,
Diphtheria, (jutnsy, and all Throat allec
tloii". hen properly used, Fever and Ague, ami
other couiplalnta incident to our western
and southern cllmates.aro easily broken up.
Nervous Pain, Slck-IIeadachc, and Ithcu
matlsm aro cured by this medicine when all
others liavo failed, Toothache, Earache.
Hums, Chilblains and Hruises nro relieved
at once by Its use.
The genuine lias D. Hansom & Co.' pri
vate' Hevcnuo Stamp on the outside, and Dr.
J. It. Miller' Magnetic Halm blown In the
bottle.
Examine closely and buy nono but the
genuine.
.sold ny an uruggisi. rncc so cents per
bottle.
D. ItANbOM. Son & Co.. Prour'0. Uulfalo.
N. Y. Jan. S3-w-0t.
tAWTEHH,
SAMUEL 1'. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLINOIH.
Olllco oTcr Klrat National bank.
S-lMru
John H.MulKcy.
Willam C. Mulkoy
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT
LAW
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
Olllco: Eighth utrcot. between Coiumor
jtal and Waulngton avonuos.
n-n it.
UHKKN & QlLHKllT,
ATTOKNRYh
OOUISHBLOIIH AT JiAW.
William n.ttreen, ,
William B Gilbert, V
Milear.ailkers, j
CAIRO, ll.MNOIB,
VBDeoUvl attantion als-en lo AdmliallT ams
lltam boat business,
fI0H OHIO LB V, BOOMS 7 A.HD 8 OVI1
OITTsTA.TlnWAT. HAW B
EoW. Wood Su Oo
1136 UIIKiK AVENUE
nilLADELAIIIA, PEJSN.,
Foiiiituliis, Yiiboh, Animals. Iron Stairs,
iiinnp rosis, Manic l inings,
AViro Works.
Cast, wrought & wire railings
NEW and IMltOVEPl) 01JA1U lorthoalrod,
.Concert and LectureMIalls,
And a General Assortment of
Ornu-
mental Iron Work.
Estimates and deslens senton aiuillcation.
, stating the class of work desired.
uo-i-H-eou-u
Don't Buy
IIXTIIi iwu lltlK
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
AND
LO"W
As wo lmvo (iOOII HKAhONS why
thoy will do your work
QUICK AND EASY,
Thuy aru cbuap to buy,
They are Lett lo use,
Thoy bake ovonly and quickly,
Their oporattou is perfect,
Tbey hayo atway a gool draft,
Tboy aro madoof tbo bet material,
Tbey roast perfectly,
Tbey roqulre I ut little fuel,
They ars vory low priced,
They are easily managed,
Tbey are suited to all localitioJ,
Every stove guaranty to give
BatlifdCtinn.
CO
OQ
hOUl BV
Excelsior Man'fg Co
HT. MlIN, MO,
AND HY
f. W. llENDLHSOX, Culru, Ills,
OS o-dAw-Pm.
il l-SOUHl STATK liOTTKHV.
LiOA.ur.Ki) bt Btati Actbobitt avo
Drawn iw Edblio im Bt. Lock.
Grand Single Number Soheme,
60.0C0 N0MBIBB
Olabs 0, to iik UmwK March 31, 1871
6,680 I'rizos, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Pr;or,
tMJW
wi Frliciof
I 100
. 1,000
. too
l
1
l
of..... 13.50
Of.. ...... 10,'JOO
Of........ T.WO
of...... 1,000
ol l.MO
Of... 1,000
of eoo
of.M. .. K
of....
of
ol...
l
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M
M
160
too
. sou
or..
of.
of.,
of.
ue
sou
160
1W
10
Tlckots $10; Half TiokeU, f: Quarter
Tickets, fa 60.
Onr lotteries aro cnarttrsd by a
alwtrt drwn mt ttallmo oamad, and all draw
inp(r under lb oaporlaion of oworo com
It-.c oOicul Atitme ilt be F.tluK.J UthrSi.
txui pjpen anj a copy of drawing tent to purctuicn
of tickets
W't will draw a ilnibr ichemethe tut diy iftmr
month durinK ms teir ls.71.
Pemlt at ou risk: by pott office money order, regis
tered letter, draft tr express. Send for circular.
, P O.boVtltC. Et.Louls, Mo.
ISMJUAM.'K
N. rTlJGHES,
c.
General Insurance Agent
OFFICE,
Ohio Iijvee,
over Mntlmn k VhW
f
I
I
hut jhst'clats Companies
rcprttvn(e$.
INSURANCE.
TAHI.ISIIKI) lSflS.
SaiVord, Morris & Cniulec,
Ixsuhanck Agents,
73 Oliic Levee, Oily National Hank
fiulding, Cahio, Ills
The oldcd eUl)IUliwl Ageuct In Southtrn
Illinois, rcprc-cntlng otcr
$65,000,000.00.
ol tllfcst Iimirsnco Capital the to U. S
IT IS 3ST01' TRUE
' 1IIAT
DR. HTJ LTZ
IS DKAU.
IIU IN HU LI. I.1VIJ1U AM IN CAIII
Ills office anddlspcnsary at
N0.2'2J51GHTH STRKKT,
lint. Commercial ami Wasmngton avenues
It Is true, the dm.tnr Is ono of tho oldest
physicians of the place, and his diploma,
that bangs In his oilU't', shows that bo has
boon U'i years lu tho profession. Ho Is doing
a larger olllco practice than any other phy
sician, treating all kinds of chronic diseases
at tho human Byncm.tiuch as old ulcers, and
all dlseusra of the (klti, huraori and blood
nnl'jonM! also (Huu. nf tho throat: alto
alldlseasoH ot tie oyes of years ntaudlng:
also artificial o)on in.crted; ilstula cured
without tbo lint ot a unllo ; cancers ourod
bv tho application of medicines', pimples on
tho face rcmotod: all urinary dixoases
cureJ ; all formi ol teneroal and private
iltseaso;curod In the shortest time ; semla
weakness anu self-abuse cureu m a ouor
limn.
It is sell-ovldont that a physician treating
cason for twoiitv.twn vears acquire ureal
skill. '
All consultations coutldontical, In person
or by lottea.
modlclnea furnUbed "at office In
I0-4'l tl.l OK. IHvin HtlLTx.
WIliLlAJLR. dMITH, M. D.
ltRSll)EEOK-No. 31, Thirteenth street
betwetn Washington avenue and walnu
treot. Oulce 13U commercial avenue, up
tlrft
ERPR1SE
Tho only rename Ulft Distribution thf.
:ountry,
In
S1OC000
AL1A.BLE GIFTS
IN
To bo distributed In
L. D, SINE'S
tltll ("K.JII A.VNfst.
GJ FT ENTERPRISE.
To lie drawn .Saturday, July, Ith, le7
.0N.KeOJtANJ OA PITA L PIU7.K
Oiut ItI.c .,00(l in Slhrr!
Five Prir.'s 11,000 Hch in UreenbackH
Kirs Pnr.es Mib each in Orsonbackn
Ton Prizes 100 each in UroenLuuka
Two Fsinlly (jarr'age- and Matched Il irse
with Silve.r.Motintcd Haines-, wnrili
fl.rsOO each I
Two Uuggles, Horfls,..c. worth $Gn) uch
j wo riucionoii ito-cwood Piaeo, worth
(o&oe.uli!
Ion i'm t aew n Jlarblnes . . worth
tlOO each
ljWGold and Hllvcr Let er Hunting Watches
(In all.lworh from 20 lo 300 rai hl
Gold cSalns, bllver.ware, Jcwolry, Ac, Ac.
NUMnEn or Oirtn 10,000. Tickxts llm
KTKII TO W.000.
VQENTS WANTED TO HKl.I. TICKKTfi
to whom liberal premiums will be paid. j
SIKOI.K TICMCT8 12 i MIX TlCKHH flO
rWf.I.VI! TlCKKTfl tSO TtVEMV-rifE
TlCKKlfs SI0
Circulars containing a tuli list ot prizes.
a description ol the manner of drawing, and
other Information in relerrence to the d!
tributton, will bo bent to any one ordering
them. All letters must be addressed to
MAIN OFFlcr, L. D. PINE, Hox 60.
101 W. Filth HI. CINCINNATI, o.
Yuloan Irojt Work
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
orrosiTK
HlrtTIl HTREITT.
JOHN T. RENE,
FOUNDRY,
MACHINE SHOP
Foiiars and PirK Kittino,
StTKAH ENUIKFi, ItII.1., KTEAMIlOAl
Manufactured ana repairea.
Special attention given to light and heavy
forging, house, bridge, railroad and Jail work
and all work of a similar character.
Steam and gas fitting In all Its branches.
A full assortment ot Morris, Tasker A Cd'i
Philadelphia pipe and fittings, lirasi goods
etc.. and gas fixtures aiwats on nanu,
PIPING OF HOUSE FOR GAB
MADB A BTBCIALTY.
Agent for Cameron a special steam putnr
and boiler teedcr. The best manufactured.
Coil's patent syphon pumps, and Judson'i
patent governor and governor valve.
The lollowlng engines, etc, for sale :
Two steamboat engines, 181 inch boro ot
cylinder; five feet stroke, and Ln good ordei.
One steamboat shatt and crank; wrot iron
One engine for hoisting freight; 71X10.
One 10X20 saw mill engine, with shaft and
crank lor muly or gang saw, second hand.
One new 7X12 engine; my own manufac
ture.
Alan, a second-hand stave cutttmr ma.
chine and jointer, and warehouse hoisting
mashlne, ln good order.
Engines and machinery of all kinds bought
and sold
BOTOHKRN
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER,
And Dciiltr in
FKESil JMEATS,
ElllUTH SlBKBT, IIBT. VANlllhUTO AMD
Co.tlMERCIAlAvai.adjolning Hanny's.
Keeps the best ori!ccl,Pork,Muttoii vra,
Lamb. Saiinairc. etc.. and i prepari'd lo
bi-rvo CuiiIIIcb III ! ucccptablo niauiHT.
JAS. KYN ASTON,
BUTC HEJH.
And Dr.ilrr in
Abli KINDS OK J'J.KSII AlKATS
Near L'or. Twoulioth titrutt and
(Jommnroial Arenun.
OAIKO, ILLINOIS
HYLAND & SAUa
BUTOH E3IT.SB
And Dealers in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every decriptlon,
Cor. lOth Street aud Commercial Avenue,"
Next door to the llyland Saloon.
Oamo, Ilu.voih.
WFT ENT
MOTT'S
LIVER PILLS!
An old physician once said that nearly Ml
diseases originate Irom a diseased cuniii
tion of tiik LiVRit, nnd Uils statement la
true, although it may ut first seem like an
exaggeration. When the Liver Is out ol or
der the whole system and every organ and
function suffer more or lcs In conecm?ncr.
In the Incipient stages ol the disease ii man
DOES X0T KXOW WHAT AILS HIM.
Ho lmoody, restless and despondent: ami
that N the time to take a hi.mpi.k Iikmkdv
thai will ro tore b in lo he Ith.
IN A SINGLE DAY,
retent a whole train of diseases that
ollow.
MOTT'S HVEK PILLS cure torpidity of
the Liver.
MOTT'S LIVEIl PILLS given lone to the
stomach.
MOTrSLIVEIt P1I.I.3 cleanse the sys
tem of bile,
MOTT'S LI VEIt PILLS drive out rcbrlle
iillectlons.
MOTT'S I.IVLU PILLS strengthen tho
whole system.
MOTrij LIVKIl PILLS regulate tho
Liver, nnd aro more reliable as a Liver mcd.
lelne than any of the mineral preparation
that IMIMOItKHAUttTIIANOOOD.
l or sulo by nil drugtrlst. Price 23 centt
per bo.
JU1I. r . I1EMIY, rUMtAX&CO., Prv
pnetwrs. o anil II (.dllcgo Place, New York
No 20.-2;i-0-S.lw. '
A MEW MA!
WILSON
SHUTTLE
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
wmmm
THEBEST INTHEWORLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Exposition;
St. Louis Fair ;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
A. VII
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR BEINC
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
COMPETITION.
IS?" For Hamming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Corcfing,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Qiiiting A Stitching
fine or homy Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where wc liavc no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sewing
Machinos forSalq.
Old Machines taken in Exchange,
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
rfpvoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Miscellany.
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Brain MacMae Co.;
CLEVELAND. OHIO,
Sewing. MacMne
Ml
I'rosiiectlnWiflS? ) EfTlltAtt
THE ALuXTftE:
uuiii union, mo nanaibmett'wrWtfi
,CaVdnc
"fir,
ularitr, haa none of the temporary or Mai
nlcaaiire to IU frleadc, th reXvalneriJd
boautjr of 'Hie Itllne Wl b rno.1 JSrK?.
wu sncr It Um bn IjoiiDd.up at the cloia
of the year. While other pnbWrlonV ma?
rival of a olrailar claMth..jaio la as ub
Ique and original conception alone and ua.
approacliPd-ahTOlntely Hithont concpf"
111 mice or nharirtr ' "
ART DEl'AliptENT, Uti
The tllUKtratlona oftnAiiina t.k.w'
a world.wldo reputation, and in the art cen-
wi -.uiu(jo ii Kanmiea iaci mat
un noon cilia are example or the hlgheit
v,v.q.iuii v.ci tiuieu, ina commot
prejndlce ln,Tvoro' 5tel plana"- Urap
Idly yielding to ft ledtlcMdknJ d(a-
cnminaune uito which recognizee the ad
""i"'"" auvamagee or superior artlttlc
quality with craUr facility of production.
lhe iiuarUrly tinted platoifor 1874 will be
by ThOK.Moran and il.U.i Woodward.
lho Chrlrtroai latue lor 1874 will oontaln
pcclal delgn approprlatu- to thOflMon,
by our ben artUm, and will turtiln tn at'
tractions any ol it predtccwora.
ritEMIUMH OU 1871.
Jloran, trhbw great oloradT nlctoreVS
;u.rh.3"'' jongresa for tin th"uSd
dollars. Tub MibTccU werri '. Imi.T, .2?-.
rcfcnt lon thouf.jnd dollani. The aublceta
mIM!! 9.?c. View In th. White
. uuiiwiut, n,w iiamnuire: ih nih.r
Klnalj.
KlVini-. V. .1 Q.nl nn
Mcsm. jarocs emwn CoV?
QKNTLXMKK I am itnllht.rf wtu. .i..
Lrof ? -1? 9f ,oir 01 your chxraoe. They are
.Yuuuciiuu) aucccawui rcproiBntatlons by
mechanical prace w or the origlnalpatetltigi.
ery reBpetlruUr. TSn. r.wB
These chromoi are In overv
can. Thoy are by jo orlnal Amririr.
com. with nuterUI ol AraerWn mu)Xitl.
ture, from aengtts of American -Vy u
an American palntor, and preaented to ut
tcrlbers to tho tint rucccuful American
Art Journal. Jfnobetter teeattae of all
tbla, they will certainly poaatt an lntereit
no foreign production can lniplre, and net
iurr are iney any me worae li ny reaton or
peculiar facilities of production they"cot
tho publlthers onlr a trifle, while eqtial In
every ropect toother chrotoot that are told
linglr for doubb the subscription price of
If any subscriber should indicate a pre
foronce for a figure subject, the pabtltnert
will send "Thoughts ot Home" a new and
bcatlful chromo, 14x20 inches, representing
a llttlo Italian ezllo whose speaking eyas
betray tho tannines ol Ms heart.
(5 per annum, ln advance, with Oil Chro
mos free.
For $50 cxirra xxtra., tn c&romot,
mounted, yarnlshed. and prepaid by mall.
The Aldine will, herearter, be -obtainable
only by euhecription. There will no be re
duce! or club rute ; cash for subscription
must be sent to the publlhera direct, or
handed to the local canraaser, without re-
tponaimilty to the publishers, except In
saseiiwliero the certificate Is given, liennng
Uic facimlle signature ot James Button A Co.
CA.VVA&HERS WANTED.
Any person wishing to act permanently
si a local canvasser will Teeelro full and
prompt lnlormatlon by applying to
Jam ica Uuttom & Oo., lhiblisbors.
l M.M.n ln tA Vnk
Ceutar iiuimrnr.
The irreat discover? nf th
age. There Is no pain which
the Centaur Liniment will not
relieve, "no swilling which It
will not subdue, and no lame
nets Which It will not curn
i-w. rhls Is Btrong langnat-e. but
IPWPK the recipe Is printed around
each bottle. A circular containing-' certifi
cates of wonderful cures ot rheumatism
neuralgia, lock-jaw, sprains, welllngs,
burns, scalds, cake J-brtaiti, poisonous
bites, frezen leet, gout.'ialt rheum, ear-ache
3tc.. and the recipe of the Liniment will be
lont gratis to, anyone. It, Is the most won
derful healing and pain relieving agent the
world has overproduced. It setts as no ar
ticle ever before did soil, and It sell because
It does lust what It prtten Js to do. One bot
tle ot the Centaur Ldnlment Tor animals
(yellow wrapper) Is worth a hundred dol
Lars for spavined, strained or galled horssi
snd mules, and for screw-worm u sheep.
No family or stock-owner ean afford to be
without Centaur Liniment. Price, CO cents:
aegr otUcs, ft. J. B. Hobo A Co., 63
Uroadway. .New York,
CASTORIA' II mora tnan a aunatiiutn for
Cajtor OH. It Is the only sari artlclo In
existence which Is sure to retmlata th hnw.
els, cure wlndoollo and 'prod no natural
sleep. It Is pleasant to take. Cnildrenneed
nor err ana roomer mar sleeps lo-7wlr
BELFAST GINGEI
.A. LIE!
"(JOCK OF THE WALK!
ti
Amlrcu' f.olir deirr.i to Ictrtbe proil
I'. I. I. ...Ill ll.l 1 -1-t B
IkUUIV lllilt Ilr IP BUM I1TIUK IPU UOlDg IIU
limit a( hli bid Und In Culro. and Is ready
receive' anvorurr from the city or couni
for SoiKl Waler, Cider, Ale, and St. Lo
Ilrer, j
He ha hn commenced tbo tnanufacti
of the crle braled llelfart Olnaer Ale. whl
is put up in Mxia water nouies,' anu la i
nuesi nevrrajr ever yei manuiacturea m
funllyvtc iWl-JJ-t-lr,!
THEPARKE&CUN.S
3tHt BTAMvrsmmwLAsv
PARKER Vm
WIST MERLDlN.Cr
SriVh-'mtf.rjbsg.ifit lAIdlne tor tti
1 1 ho original pctUrea xvin ' pilnteV9ftt?5
tho HU!) Usher nf h AirtKr.T,l.:H12."" "
Xmf. The chro'rno lZWlT,Z
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