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between Washington and Walnut.
rrcachlug ovory tlilril and fourth Sunday .
Sunday ic.tiool at 3 p. m.
l'raycr mooting Wodnotday evening.
. II 11 TniMiiLK, Pastor,
i KKBllYTKUlAtf JCigMa Street,
rruacbing, Sabbath at 101 a.m. and 71 p.m
Prayer nioethg, Wednesday at 71 p. m.
Jaboath School, 3 p.m, J. M. J,ansdon, Su
perintendent, Hkv. U. Tiuykx, Pastor
KT1K jlMS r. Cor. Klghth and Walnut BU.
Prea Jldnif. Sabbath at 11 .a.nv.. ana lp.
Prsvar mcetlne. Wednesday. 71 P.m.
jjsbfAth School, a. p.m. U. W. btlllwell,
.litierifltondont,
Ukv. J.
Ii. WA1.LKK,
t'atvir.
IIUHUU OK TUK UKDKKllKll-(Epl8oo-
IH1.J
Mo
toruluz nrarera. Sabbath 101 a.m.
Kveuing prayers, (ip.m.
Sabbath School, " a.m.
ltv. Ciiah. A. Oll.HKltr, Hoctor.
T. PATKIOK'8 UllUKOll Ninth Bt. and
Washington Avenue.
I'lihllc survico, Habbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
s'i'yoni, 7 p.m.
cUbhatb .School. 2 p.m.
Service every day, B a.m.
Ukv. P. J. O'JUlloha.4. Priest,
r JOSKPIP8 CUUKCII. (Oorman,) cor
ner of Walnut and Crosa streots.
Mim, every Habbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Ve-pei'S, 2 p. HI.
iU. during wook days, B o'clock a. m.
Kev. C. Hoffman, Priest.
IKKMAN LUTUi:ilANCUUUCll-13th
troot between Washington Avonuo and
Walnut street.
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p. m.
JUV. O. DUKItrlCHNCH, Pastor.
OUNO MKN'fl OllllinTIAH ABHoCIA
TION. llegular mooting second Monday
each month at their room over llockwell
boos itora, sjonimerciai imut.
Woukiy n
I'royer meeting, "rlday,7i p.m. at
be room
L. TV. BTlLtiWSLL, rri.iit.
vi'nojll MIHHIONAllY
lJAPTlrl
CuUHCU. corner oyeamore sou rui
Brt Btreotii. Preaching Babb&th at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
a. .m.i. i. Untinnl 1 nVlnolr n. m.
vv'-- - -,- - 1 .'...
The church Is connectod with the Illinois
Association, by the First Missionary ""I'
tlat Church ot Cairo.
Kiev. Solomon Leo.vakd, l'aitor.
KKICAN METUOIM3T. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Services, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m.
nu hihuU at 8 n.m.
.UOND KKKK WILL, IlAl'TIST Klf.
ientb Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Snirlces babbatn. it anu ay in.
Ukv. N. IllCltH. l'aitor.
ItKB WILL BA1T18T IJOMK MISSION
SAUHATII SCHOOL. Corner Wr.lr.ut
ud Cad&r Streets.
.l.l..tl. Kxhnnl. (I sum.
.MUST KKKK WILL IlAl'TIST CHUUCU
lurry's Harracks .
devices, Sabbata 11 a.m., 3 p.m. &71p.m
' ikv. Wm. Kuj.y. Pastor.
MUST MISSIONARY HAPTIAT CIIUIIOU.
-c't'iltr, between -sunn anu lonui sis.
('reaching Sabbaui, iiij a,m. ana . p.m
Prayer meeting. Vi ednesday evening.
I'rinc.blnir. Friday evenlnir.
Ha'bth School, 14 p.m. John VanUaxter
ii J Marv Steuben. SuDerintcndonU.
Hnv. T. J. Siiokbh. l'attor.
t( ONI) IlAl'TIST CUUKCII Fourteenth
sirrut. Iictween Cedar and Walnut. The
only llaptlst church rccognlzod by the As-
Mjciauou.
borvicoi, Sabbath. 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m
ltrv. .Ucon JiMiiiLKY, Klder.
beoueFordkiis.
T1IE MASONS.
i:x 'O COMMANUEKY, No. 18.-Stated
Akv blr at the Aiylum Miwnlc Uall, tint
rd iiU'd Mondays In each month.
l&iKO COUNCIL, No. 2i. Kegtilar Convo
call .a at Maionlc Uall, the lecond (Ylday
In eicli montn.
v!Allui ('UAl'TU No. 71 Keimlar Con
vocation at Masonic Uall. on the third
Tuesday ot every month,
JAIKO LODOS, Ne. 237 F. & A. M Htm
lar nommunleatlona at Masonic Uall. thi
second and fourth Mondays of each month
TUK ODD-FELLOWS.
1 l.ttXANDKK LODOK. 221 Meets In Odd
Fellows' HaU, In Arters building, orery
Thursday evening ato q-ciock.
8TATE OFFICERS.
Oovcrnor John L. lleverldge
Lleuteuant-Oovernor
Secretary of State Ueorgo U. Harlow,
Auditor of SUto C. K. LIpplLCOtt.
Suite Treuurer Caper Kuu.
Attururv Ocnerul James K. Kdeall.
Supt.l'uhUc Irutnictlon Newton Datoman
CONUKKSSMKN.
Sonators IUcbard J. Oglehby and John A
UeprcfontatlYO Klghteenth Dlntrlct Isacc
wlemenu.
MKVUKIU OKNUTaL ASSEM11LY
KeDreentaUvos la tho Wth dl.trlct.
.'obu II. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Mth
w .1. lncire.
Bsnator for the BOth district. Jone are,
COUNTY OFFICEUS.
CIUCCIT COUKT.
Judge D. J. Buker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney Patrick U. i'ope.
Clork It. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Mrtt" Assessor and Troasurer.
aurvoyor .lonn r. iieiy.
COUNTT COUKT.
Judge- F. KroBS.
Associates J. K. McCrlto and S. Marotill
ion, Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Oossman.
MUHtoU'A-li OOVKKNMKNT.
Mayor John 'Wooil.
Treasurer K. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K. II. l'aiiis.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Attorney II. WaUon Webb.
I'ollce JlagUtratos F. Dross and J. J.
Slrd.
Marshal and Chlcrof l'ellco Wm.Mcllale.
Street Commissioner 1). J. Galllgan.
Mombors l'ollco Force A. Cain sargent,
W. W. Wooton, l'hllllp Helm.CbaH. Mchner
tnd Henry T. Martin.
BOAItl) OF ALDKHMKN.
riwt Ward-UIr&m Ulxby and J. M.
"hlUips.
Second ward Herman Meyers and Wood
aitteuhouw.
Third ward John McKwon and F. Kors-
Fourth ward-O. V. Nellls and M
J.
McQauley.
Flflh ward J no. U. Koblnaon and AVm
a. Morris
sin i ooijiii
Comer Stale lit.
CHICAtlO.
Tlitmott RtnowMiX BixclalUl of Me Ay, int.'.
triatmtnt cfrimWTE, C1IR0X1C atut I'M
XMlYDlSE.iSK8,8BXIXALWR.KXESS.
It f tu iiulLKrettnns er cltr ciu,m, -f.lloc
KKRVOi'SKKSs.nurtsa os tiis VAcr., avkhsiosto
i.ociitt. lurAiriD mauT, l oss op uimorv
IUN1I00D fta R.'TLY CI.T.ID. TUK MKAJI 01'
Ur.DlCiLLlTKKATlT.n.lnii.lnlMwWlttii.le cDflMlDCl
la mrtU. Tb.lr nilurt. wm snd turo. I'rics Wcitt,
Knt I ttln MW csttlor. I"11" rtilrlns uriU.il all,
udlcit atterincs et a4slca ntj estlsr lln iur.
lawlldl iralde4 Willi frtl irlmciit, buirl, atun
r.m Cult GurwiteA. KubUr al 00 hsuj.
HOOli N
1'ATKONIZK
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
lomer Twelfth street and Wasnltzton Avp
J. C. HUELS.
(Late of Bt. Louis,).'
PROPKIBTOR
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK
MANUKAOTUKKR
BOOK
HI, ANK HOOKH of e varv description done
with neatnoss and dispatch. All kinds of
rullnir done at ehort notice, lllblcs. 'Music
Magazine and Periodicals bound neat and
at tlia lowest DOialble rates.
County work, mich as Kocords, Docket
eo Uootct, ttlaiiks, etc., made a specialt
doxw, l'ocket Hooks, Knvelsps, ctL'.,mai
IMbllnitllnti 4iriri), U"tln nnlldlng
Wnstilnctnn An.
"sat u dayTji u n k y o, is7.
A Ski.sia, A f,A , preacher line, n'
cording to n Hoiitliuni exchange) Ijccii
lulling Iiih ooiigrog.atlon tistratitrn yum
Wo liopo ho tireaeheir'totlio artncs.
but his nuilioncn colored, nud ho
liuuwlftho liuo of ebony, i "caro
U crcdulouH. ...
lie said tliat n youn man, livnif,' m
otiool'thc ninny towns iliatlic had wh-
led, neked u young lady to accompany
i i in to church on the Sabbath day.
She replied, pettishly, that her liuir
had not been curled, und that nlio
would ito to the bad place with her
uyos wide open beluro she would vent
ure (o church with her hair uticnrip".
And cho went not nt that t'rtl J
but the next .Sunday, having HoHuu
icr curls adjusted, mIic vniturod out
ami iibicneu pationtiy to t" r"u"
until itfl close. When tho coiif,'rcga.
tiou had beun disn.isscd oho moved to
wards the door, but loll, on reaching
tho portal, with hor feet to tho door
and hor head towards the pupil. As
she fell her clothing cracked like
Chinese chrclfcr exploding, und on
examining nor ineo n w.n lounu inai
her oycliUH wore coiiiiueieiy gonu. .mu
was ileau, nut n was iin;.u:3iuiu u
close her eyes, because of ihn Ions of
iho lids. When her lrisnds crowded
around to raise hcrup tluytounil them
selves unablo to movo lnr, Tho scaucl
thowod that it took twel-c strong incu
to lift licr from tho floornnd twelve to
put her in her coflin. .' also required
tho united exertion of twelve
ministers to pruch her fu
neral an oxceedin! heavy job,
doubtless. When tw last sad rite
were being observed the lid of tho
colIin suddenly raise of its own ac
cord, and something " about tho size
of a black cat, but which was not a
black cat," leaped int. And as this
creature jumped iron the coflin to the
floor it cried aloud :o tho petrified au
dience, " Wait ! wai ! wait until 1 curl
my hair! "As Irxpcct to anwer in
the day of judgmctt," said tho sable
divine. "J saw his tceno with my
own eyes, and it as jut us I have
told it: '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
$ 5,000,000
Ex3)tnV.MET SCI I KM K !
FIFTH AND L.ST CONCERT
IX AllUF Tin:
Public Library of Kentuckj7.
CTUT-jITBI. 1874.
In announcing the 'Iftlt and !ut of tho
series ol (ilft Coucer. glen for the benefit
of the rublle I.lbnry ol ICeiittieky, the
trtlsteci and insiiagciielir with pritlo and
ple.iure to the four'hlchli:ie been already
gUen: The tirt, Diicmber Vi, l7f. thesee
on.l, Deeemlior 'i, HT2 ; the third, Jin) S,
1ST.,; and the l'ourtl,.Murcli .'II, 171.
Under their char.', granted by a kpcelal
act of the Keitttti ky l.egl.latine, March 10
ls7l. the Trustees e uutimrled to tlve
O.NK JlOtlKH, anlUM.Y OSK MOOltl.
(lilt Conn-rt Wlth.be muney urlItig lrom
the Kiftli ami Last Uicert, tho Library, Mil
etilii, and other deprtiuents are tolie en
larged atid endowdlAlth a llxed andeertiiiii
annual Ineonie. suli uti endowment Iunl
I- desired, t .vlll mure beyond peradven
tu re, not only tin- iiiiutetiam-e of this mag
nttleent e-tabll-hlimtt, hut Its eonftant
gioutli.
Tho Fifth 3ift Concert,
for the purposes in-utinned, and whleh Is
ioltii;l mid iinciiitO(uilv aiuimineeil s
TUB LAST WHICH Wll.L i:Klt I!B
(UKX I .VHI.TI ''HIS I HAKTKK AM)
IJV TIIBlUIiBN".MA.NA(ii:.Mi:.NT. lll
eoiuc ou in mo riiidc Library Hall, nlLouu
vIlle.Kv. Friday JUy ol, ibt.
At this tlnal Coicert everything will be
pun a scald eoitcsiontlillg wiui us in-
reaced iiiinortanie. Thu lllllsle Will be
rendered by an ordicslni eotisUtllig of one
iiiliilereU periorniuis. eleeteil lormeir iiiiun
n (imeri-iil Linus, inn tne unprevc'icnteu
um ol
S2.b03.000.
divided Into twenty tiouaml gill-, will be
llstributud among intiitkei-nouier-.
LIM'OI'miTS.
oki: (iitAND cash 'iirr
OMKillAXI) cash ;irr
ONi: (iUANI) CASH ill-'T
100,000
7.1,01' 0
Ml.bOO
ui one
1 011,(100
110,0
i:o,ooo
100,0(0
100,000
!I),(KV
100,00')
lfio.000
l-JO.OOO
r.o,ois)
I)."l),0U(l
II.Ml liltAM ( ASH 'II T
ONBOItAND CASH tlKT
f, CASH CIKIS. SiJOUO eaell...
lOCAII (HITS, 11,00 eaeh...
l&CASIl (iiri'C, ll),li)Oeuch...
0CAS11 (ilKTS, n.UOU'acll..-.
'J.iCASH () I IIS, S.OOO.-aeli. . ,
30 i:.n diri's, it.ooo wen. . ,
) C Asll (ilTTS. 'J.OOO etch. .
ICO CASH (ill'"!'.-., 1,001) Ciell. .
4U CASH (ill' I S. fsjo cteii. .
MJOl AslI (ilKT.'s. 100 ueh. .
10,000 CASH (ill'TS, .ijtacli. .
filtANII TOTAI
'JO.OOO nms,
.M.I. CASH..
ea,roo,ooo
imiu not' n ii;rs.
Wholo Tickets W1.00
llalvei 2.i,00
rntli, or eachCiuiDon n.oo
II Whole Tlekets lor r,00,(Hl
Ji Tickets for l,i;o,00
llekets aro now ready for sale, and orders
aecetiipanled by eath will lie promptly
llllod.
I. IbeMl Comm'sslotu w ,11 be allowed to
batlsfaetory aent-,
Ciiett'aih eotitalnliii; full particulars lnr
ulilied on upplicitlott.
TIIOS. K. IJKAJ1LETTK,
Agent and .Miniiiycr.
I'ublle Library llulldlng, iouUvlllo, Ivy
in o-a-uw
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
l ilKSlI Nl'ltIKO UOOllN
M It 8 . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swandors,)
anuouncpg tiiatsiio bas just' opened a lr
assortment ol tha
NKWBST,
MOaTFAbTONABLlf,
AND uA,)S()MEbT
Mll'lnory Hoods tobo lound in tbo inarkci
site wilt Keep on uann
Hath, ISonnxth, Flowkhh, Hiiidoks,
Dukhh TiiiMMiKtiH ok All Kinph,
LAKIKB 1'UIINIBIIINO OoOllS, KoTIONK,
OOLLAltB, UNUKKSLKKVEH, llUKKh,
Ami all goods found In millinery storos, nil
ol which will bo disposed ol nt the Iowom
cash jirK'Oi.- -Mrs. Jaeknon reHpeetnilly
asks a eontlL'Oatlon of tho pataonago which
has been so Iheially beslxowod upon hor hy
tbo ladies of Ualro and the vicinity,
tHE REMINGTON
A NEW IMPROVED
Ell 211 II
AW.vniii.n
The "Modal for Progress."
At Vleniin. 1S7JI.
The Highest Ord"- "Mrilal Awarded
nt die K.vpi-iilun,
NO SJJWING MACHINE HECB1VED A
lIIUIIGlt I'HIZE.
a n:w (soon ijiiaso.ns:
1. A Sow Invention thoroughly tested
and svurcd by Letter I'atBiit.
!!. Jliko m iT.nrixr Loi U Stitch, alike
on both HdfH, on all kltuNol good.
:. Huns J.Uhi, tjiunoth, NnlelM, und
Itapld be-t coiiibhii'ljii ot itialllle.i.
I. Durable-Kuni lor years without re.
pairs.
f.. Will in nil arltlcof Work and Fancy
htit"hlng In u huptrior iiitinner,
li Is inoit viWy niaiisgi'it by the opera
tor Length uf I tcli may be altered while
running, and mru tilne can bethrcadul with
out palng thru td tbrougti liolcf.
"" Dii'lgn Mlriiiil!. . Iiik-'il'.i.w i'i.b
roiiniitf,- iiiu ttltch wlthotit llieueof Co
Wheel uenre, llotry Cnns or I.eer Ann-.
Man the Alltoinullc Drop Feed, which in
utc uniform lergth ol -tltcli tit tiny ppcerd
His our ncv Thruid Controller, which fl
I. iVs cay inocinunt of needlu-bar and
,irccnt injury to thread.
8. Construction nio rarrlul anl fin
labed. It it inauutacturcd by tho inot skill
ful an I experlunci.-d uiaehanlcs. at tho ccb
hraieil Ki:.mi.voto.v Alt.MOitV, It.lo.v, N. Y.
Uih-ugo Ullke. '1 Wn Mreet.
rl- -I-20.VIU
Dll. HANSOM'S
HIVE SYKUP .AND TOLU
-OK-
Dr. Cox's Illvo (Croupj Synip hai been
knowi. und ti-ed by t)i medical prolest-lon
over 1W vears, and as a remedy lor Cold
and Coughs lms an older and butler rep .na
tion than any oilier Cough inidkiue over
ollered to the public. It Is known in the
Compound Syrup ol .Squills, and a formula
may bt Inttnu lnr very meiliualdl-peii-atory.
I,r. K insoiu's Illvo synip .ind 'I olu, In ad
dition to Hie Ingrcdleiito lnr Cox' llhc
)rup, contains lt.tls.nii ol l ulu, decoction
ot MniK aonagit ltoot und l.obollu, a com
oinutton thatmutcotninuud lttoecry ottu
a a superior remedy lor Croup, WhoopltiK
Coul'Ii. Atthma. llrnnchttls. Coughs and
uil:, indeed lor all atlectlons or tlie I nroat
and 1.1H12) when u cough medicine Is
neccaiy
This syrup t mru lull) prepared under
the purtonal direction ol a regular l'ltyat
clan ol over twenty years' practice, who-o
signature is attached to the directions on
the bottle.
its tato Is very plcaint and children
like it.
Kvcry family thould keep it as a ready
remedy for Cioups and Cold.-, etc., among
the chlldrcu.
I). Kansom, Son & Co., I'roprV, lluilalo,
N a
DR. J. 11. MILLER'S
I'N'IVr.IlbAl,
MAGNETIC BALM.
This medlclno may with pro;rIcty be
called an "I'nhcrsal Hemudy," as It is fa-t
supcrtudliig all others as n general family
medicine. It cures, us If by JIAONKTIC
INFL.L'1'.'.NCK, Neuralgia and all pain, ami Is
therefore ery properly termed ".Magnetic
Halm." It Ispurel) a vegetable preparathn.
It has no tijUal as a remedy tor Cholera,
Cholera Morbus, Ularrhiea,l)yscutary,Colic
and all i'.owel Complaints.
Its til iity use will cure Cold", Croup,
Oil btlierla, (quinsy, and all T'bioat utlee
Hons. Whenproperly used, Kever and Aguc.and
other coiupliltits lnuideiit to our western
and outnurii climates, arc easily broken up.
Mcrvous l'aln, sick-Headache, ami Kheti
mattrtu are cured by this medicine when all
other- hao failed, 'toothache, Barache.
Ittiru-. ( bilblaltw nud llrtilsei are relieved
at oiuo by Its Use.
The genulno has l. ltansom & Co.'i pri
vate Kevcmto Stamp on the uutslde.aiid Dr.
,1. It. Millet's Magnetic Halm blown In the
uuitie.
Bxainlno closely and buy none but the
genuine.
Sold by nil Druirff'sls. l'rlco 2.1 cent per
bottle.
i. Uansom, Son & Co., I'roprV, liutlnlo,
N. V. Jan. us-w-Ot.
Assignees Sale
OF
Diircnswnrc, China, (ilns,rarp, Itotk-
cnlinm ami Yellow Waro, Slonowiuc,
Cliltiu Ornamoiiisuntl Toys', rnncy
('ontl, I'lalcilwarc, 'J'nliKt nntl
I'dcliol Cutler), Lamps l.anii
Cliliuiify.M, I.niiipTiiiiiiiilngH,
I.onlslutr (ilnssrs. etc.
in fact every kind or t:oods liciomrimr to a
i'irfl Jias
QUEENSW A RE
STOHB
For the next sixty days ! will oiiov tbo
above giisils at and below cost, fnrtasli only,
Tho goods must bo mid to cloe the concern.
Clom buyers are opuelally invited, either lo
er.mo and see for themselves or (.end Iheir
oldcl, In elllierejn! I guarantee satisfaction
.1. T. 'I1IO.MAH.
A-ssignco oi l'aison, l)als v Co.
1'al.io. 111.. April 15. 18 7J.
EoW. Wood & Co
1130 HI DOE AVENUE
PIULADELAIIIA, PENN.,
Foiiiiinlns, YiiNcs.AiilniiilK, IroiiSliilrH,
I.iiuili roM, Slnlilo FIIUiirs,
Who WotkH.
oact. WllOUGIlT & WIUK FAILINGS
HVAV and IMHOVFI'D CHAilt loribeatres,
.Conceit anil.l.ecturollalls.
Ami a (icncrnl Anortiiioiit o( Ornti
linuital Iron Work.
Fhtlmiiles and (IcMuim fenlon Hjrutliiii,
slating ttiii class nt work deslrud.
Wi-l-l l.eod'li
Don't Buy
UNTIL YOU HlVK
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
OTTU. 3NTl3w
A' wo havoli! 0001) HKASOXS why
thoy will do your work,
auroic AND EASY,
on frill' AlJr(JLlfiAA'.
Thoy aro chnap to buy,
They aro host to uie,
They bake ovonly and quickly,
Their operation it perfect,
They bavo alway a gsod draft,
They aro made of tho bast material,
Thoy roast perfectly,
They require lutlittlo fuel,
They are very low priced,
Thoy aro easily managod,
They are suited to all locilltlof,
Every itovo guarantcd to give
SatiflacUon.
SOU) IIY
CO
ui
CO
Excelsior Man'fg Co
m. i.ori.N, SIO.
AND IIY
('. W. IIBXDLHSON. Clro 'H".
Kt .l-ilA-w-Sin, '
MISSOUUI STATB LOTTKHT.
LlOALUKD 11T STATI AUTHOalTT AJTD
OttlWK IB l'CULlO IM pT, hovit.
Grand Single Numbci Soheme.
60,000 NCUBIBS
Ola.s C, to UK Dkawk Mirch 31, 1874
6,880 l'rizos, Amountlni;''o f300,000.
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Tickots 10; Hall Ticket!, 95' Qiartor
Tickets, f 2 60.
Out lottqrtsi si ebatUisd tj ta Htt, ir
zwt drawn at the lime osmid, and all drw
mjt ar urnisr (b saperlsioa of rvorn com
nillonrrs.
'I lie official drawing villi l imLlUhtd JmlieBt,
Ixiiitt paper and a copy of drawii icntta purcluvn
of ilckcts
We will draw a similar schematic Ust day ofcitr)'
mouth during lh car IsTI.
I'cmit at our risk by postofnctniorey order, regis
tered letter, draft tr express. Send fur circular.
Address Ml'KKAY, .Mll.l.KIl .V. CO.,
il O. l'JII;. it. Uuls, -Mo.
IT IS T01' TETJE
i THAT
Dll. HULTZ
IS DEAD.
MK IM NT I I.I, LlVmU AND 13 1'AIH
His olllcOjinddlsponsary tt
NO. 22 EIGHTH STIIEET,
Hot. Cominorciat aiit Mtsnington avonuoa
It In true, the dot tor I) ona of the oldest
physicians of tho llacc, and his diploma,
that hangs in his ou.ee, shows that ho has
been U'2 years in tliepnfesslon. He Is doing
a larger olllce praeltjc Jian nny other phy
sician, treating all line's or cliroulc diseases
at the human system, such as old ulcers, and
all diseases of tnej'kln, humors and blond
poisons; also dlisesJf tbo throat; also
all diseases ot tho' eye" 'of years staudlng:
also artificial eyei luDirtcd; fistula curod
without tho uso ota mile ; cancers cured
bythoupplicatlomf ra:diclnes; pimples ou
tho face remnvel; di urinary diseases
cured; all forms o( vmereal and private
dlecasoKcurcd In. lie ibortest tlmo; somla
weakness and scf-abtse cured lu a shor
tlmo.
It is sclf-ovldcn. tbata physician treating
cases for twentywo 'ears acimiros great
skill. '
Alleonsultatiois coilldcntical, in person
or by lettoa.
modlclnes furntfied at office In
Ili-il tf.l Die. David IHji.tz.
C.'N.
HUGHES,
f
General Insurance Agent
! OFFICE,
I
Ohio Levee, over Matlius A Uhl'n.
5 S&'Hune
repntrnteil.
hut jintrtliM Contpitnifi
INSURANCE.
i
-EsTAIIMrillKl lb.'iS
V
SiilVonl, Morris' & Candco,
4
i
IXSUHANCK UCIKNTS,
I
73 Ohio l.oveo, Oityj.Vatioual Hank
JJuililiug, Uaiii,. Ii.i.h.
Thu oldict establlshiMi Aenev lu Southern
iiiiiiiiis, lejiruseijiiiig der
$65,000,000.00.
ot the est Insiiraiteo Capital Ibeioll. M
Tho only rollablo Gift Diminution in U o
'.ounlry.
$100,000 ?
IN VALUABLE rlFTS
To bo distributed In,
L. D,
SINE'
41th lKMI.A.SNt'Ab
GIFT ENTESP11SE.
i
To he drawn Saturday, duly, lh, 18'
ONE
OKAN1)
10,000
OAIMTAL
IN COM) !
l'UIZK
Onol'rle 1?5,C00 In Slltcrl
Five l'rir.ei $1,000 each in Oroo&hatks
Five l'rizos COb each in Ureenbaiks
Ten Frizes 100 oach in Ureenlmcks
Two Family Carriages and Matched Hotse
with .SIIvc'-.Mounteil llaruejs, wsth
t.m each!
Tno liugijles, Hor.-cs,,Vc. wortli f COO eitli
Two Fine-toned Howooil l'laeo, worth
fViOeaeb!
Ten amtiy sowini: Aincmncs wortn
$100 each
l.HAHlolil and Silver I.cverHtintlngWafchcs
tin an.) worn irom sa) to .si eaeii;
Gold chains, Sliver-ware, Jewelry, Ac, Ac.
NuMiiKit on1 Otrrs 10"O0. Tickets rm
KTKD TO 00,000.
AOKNT8 WANTKI) TO HElAi TICK1TS
to whom liberal premiums will bo paid.
Sl.NnMC TICI.KTH fl; SIX TlCKKTSflO !
IWKLV 1 ICKKTo C-U' TWK.NTV.f'IVie
TlCKKTrl 810
f....tllna unnl.lnlHii ., t,u. n, nnne
a description ot the manner of drawing, imi
other Information in referronce to the II-
trlbutlon, will be sent to any one ordering
them. All letters must be addressed to
MAIN" OfKICK. L. D. SINK, Hox 60.
101 W. Filth St. CINCINNATI. O.
Vulcan Iron Work
COMMURCIAL AVENUE,
orroaiTK
NINTH MTB1.ET.
JOHN T. RENNtE, P.
FOUNDRY.
MACHINE SHOP
Fowjica and l'li'K Kitting,
NTS AM E.UINKS,MII.1 NTKAKIIOA1
-M- ACHINBBT
Manutacturea auc rcpairea.
Special attention given to light am' heavj
forging, house, bridge, railroad and Jal work
and all work of a similar character.
Steam aud gas lilting in all Its britches,
A full assortment ol Morris, Tasker t Cd't
Philadelphia pipe and fittings. llrasti;oods
etc.. and gas fixtures alwa.s on hand,'
Pll'ING OF HOUSE FOK (Ma
ilADH A fil'ICIALTY.
Agent Ter Camoron s special steam pump
and boiler Icodor. Tho best manufatturcd,
Coil's patent syphon pumps, and .luditm'i
n.iant fiivcmor and coventor vulen.
The lollowlng engines, etc.. for sale :
Two steamboat ongtnns. 1st inch bore ol
cvlinder: live feet stroke, andiu nnrntordci,
One steamboat shalt and crank; wrot tiou
One engine lor uoisiing ireiiii, ii-m"1
...... ,v
XUO saw mill engine, wun
.... i. i. r ...... i. .!. yreond utlxl.
6neuew7'l'2cn,gltre; my own manulac
UlAl(o, a seoMid-hand stave cuttlm? ma.
rhiiiB and lolntcr. and warehouse holUlng
in:ihlne, in good order. ,.,.,,.,...
Kngmes anu macmuery oi an Muuim'nt
and sold
i.iiiiii:u.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
i)i:.u.i:iis in
LUMBEE
OF AM. KINDS, IIAItn AND BOfT,
Keep constantly on hand
FLOORING! SIDING.
ALSO, I.ATH,
Connor !Uth Street
nud Ohio Lvco.
Mill and Yard
WALL & ENT, i
Manufacturers and Dealerrfn
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMKEK AND HTH.
CAIRO, ILLS.
l'Ol'I.AK.OAK. OVl'UUH, ASH, (HIM
KUU COTTONWOOD, bUK
FA GUI) 1.UM11KU.
DUKSSKD l'INK, Abll AND UP.'
LAU FI.OOUINO.OUINU AND
HIDING.
jgjj-otllco at saw infn on finer of 'nveif
ty-seeond street and Ohlu tvee.
lft"-ri-i!4.tf
MOTT'S
LIVER PILLS!
..,,'-old pli vslrlan onco said that nearly all
diseases 'virmtc lrom A ihwhaskii ciNtn
... " .:. '"V '"'KU, noil inn Hitcinciil Is
true, although It may nt tirot semi likn an
estagiferalloii. When tlin l.lver Is i.Mt n or
der tho ulinla M-stetn and every orpaii nml
iiiiKiinn miter more or ics m eoise(tteiirr..
Ill tlin lnelpleut sUttes ol thotllseao a man
llUHSNOr KNOW WHAT A 1I.S HIM.
Ho Is inoodV. restless nml ilesnnml.-til! nmt
th.ll Is the tililil to tal,n n Ht.MPl.i: IIH.MKIIV
that will re toro h in to ho lib.
IN A SINGLE DAY,
ntid prnvcut a whole train of die:iej that
may follow.
MOTT'S I.lVKltl'lIXS cure torpidity of
iiir Liter.
.MOTT'S MVI'.lt I'll.l.S gives tone to tho
stomach.
,wn DidYKii riiii.s etcauso ttio sv-
tCIII of bile.
MOTT'S I.IVKU I'll.l.S drive out febrile
aft'ectlnn.
MOTT'S l,IVi:i. I'll.l.S s'renglhett the
whole system.
MOTT'S I.IVKIt I'll.l.S roiruUte the
l.lver. ami are inure reliable as a I. Ivor ined.
Iclno thnnauy of thu mineral preparations
that IlO.MOIIK IIAttM Tit N (illdll.
For Kilo by all druu'i,'lls. 1'itco '!.' rents
per lio.v,
JOHN F. HBNHV. CUKIIAN A(M.. Pro
prletors, s nntl H Collcjro I'laee, New York.
W1LS01T
SHUTTLE
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
wmmw
SMtle Imi lacline
THEBEST1HTHEW0RLD
The Highest Premium
-vas awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio St.vtC Fair ;
Northern sDhio Fair;
Aia.,.. Insvltute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Exp-jition;
St. Louis Fair-,
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
AND
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR DEINC
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
COMPETITION.
tffiT For Hamming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or Iwaug Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Purchasers.
Nogc-Uos for all Sowing
Machinos for Sale.
Old Maclrinos taken in Exchange.
Send for Circulars, Price
List, Etc., and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sevvins Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Miscellany.
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Sewiue Mac Cp.,
CLEVELAND. OHIO.
i
t'rospoctnM for 1874 r tyiSTK
THE ALDINE.
An IliiHlrated Monthly Journal, unlrertillf
admlttoil to bo tho handsomoit jierlod.
leal In the Woild. ArnprcncnUtli
ami champion of American UtV
Nt roii Sal?. ij ,1ook oi Mjtyrn Sroai
TI.A Al.ftn ...l.lt. !......( ...1.1. ii ,1.
, ..v.iii, , .ii. v irsiiQu wiiu an silo reg
ularity, hrii none or the temporary or time
IJ ittll.rr.st plifirn f rl.IlM !(.... ..4
i0ii.0iI1; i U 'r m elegant miscellany ol pure
,;..! i n T Vi i laresi specimen oi.ar
tlstle. skill, In black anil ,t. AUtViUKh
pnell Allrnnnillni tititnl.a -tr-.-.l- . .
pleasure to Its fIends, u16 teru ftmo M,
n.lltV nf l llM A1.II.1A lll l. i,uL.
..v..... ... . ,.u ...,,,, c .,.. uu muss apprtici
ated alter It has been bound up at the close
ol tho rear. While other milillrstlAns tnsvv
p.lal
mv .cm. into ..knur iHiuiicaiionH way
lin (Ulterior vheanno. n compared with
rival:
u c, ,,, i,, iiiu s.fiiiuu m un un
Iquo and original roncpptlon alone and uu.
In price or character.
ART DEl'AK'niENT. 1874,
The Illustration of tho Atillnn tistvn w.
a vsorliMvldc reputation, and in the art cen
irc in r.nrupe it t kii numiltca ract llnst
Its wood cult are example of the hlnheht
pcricrnon ever niuineu. ihe coramot
jircjudlro In favoro' ''ntcel platen," li rir.
Idly yielding to a i... (educated and dfiu
crlimnattin; tasto which recognlzon the ad
vanUefl the advantages of tuperior artlatlc
(liiullty with Krcatcr facility of production.
Tim quarterly tinted platenfor 187'! will be
hv Thou. Moran and .1. 1). Woodward.
The Clirlntmim Ikmio tor 1874 will contain
HVeclal 1oiIk approprlatn to the ttuoo,
hy our beat artlMn, and will Burpajs In at
tractions any ol Ita predecessor.
J-'JIEMIUJIS FOK 1874.
Kvery suiisorihcf-io ma Alamo lor th
year la. 1 will recelvo a pair of chromoa
I he onlnal pictures were painted In oil lo
the putiH-hem of tho Aldlne, by Thoma
Moran, vtioso great olorado .picture! aud
purchased by congro for ten tbotiand
dollars. I ho Milijectn were chosen to rep
resent ten tliotmajid dollars. The subject
were choson to reprcnent "The Kast" and
'The West." Onu U a view In the White
.Mountains Now llattpblre; the other
gives thu CIlirH of Oreen river, Wyoming
territory. Tho chromoH are each worked
lrom thirty distinct platen, and are in size
l('ixim and nppearauuo exact fac-slmllen ol
the originals.
Nwahk. X. .1.. Sent. "J. 1NT1.
MesdM. .TanicH Mittun .t u. .
(iKNTl.KMK.v I am dolli.'hted with tho
proofs In color ol your chronion. They aro
wonderlully MicccnMul reprcentatlouf by
incelianlcAl prices of tho nrlKlnalpalntinirv.
very recpecuuity, thus. MoUjln.
Thoo rhronios are In every aonte Mnerl-
can. 1 111! V a ro liv an nrlnul Amnrlcan nrn.
cea, with material ol American manulac
lure, from designs of American accnorj" by
uu American palntor, and presented to cub
tcrllioni to the llrst successful Amirican
Arc Journal. If no bettor because ot all
this, they will certainly poiwpss an interest
no foreign production cau Inspire, aud nei
ther aro thoy any Um worm if by reason ot
pucunar inuiuiiun ill jimuucniin uioy COST.
the publishers only a trltto, whllo equal lu
evurv rcsnect tnmliur chronios that rn anlil
singly tor doubli tho subscription price of
tho Aldlno.
If any stibtcribor should Indicate a nre.
fornnuo for a figure iubjoct, tho pabllshen
will send 'Thoughu ot Home" a new anil
hcatlful chromo, 14x20 Inches, roprescntlng
a little Italian exile who.-o speaking oyea
betray tho loiik'lncs ol his heart.
f 5 por annum, In advance, with Oil Chro-
mos iroo.
1'or if50 cknth xxtra, tbo cnromos.
mounted, varniihod. and prepaid by ranll.
only hy subscription. Thero will no bo re
duced or club rale ; cash for subscription
iiiusi uu tun; ui iiiu piiiiiincrs uirect, or
handed to tho local canvasser, without re-
ponsiniiiiy in mo punusuers, except tn
casus where tho ccrtlllcato Is given, bearing
thu faclinllo signature ol Jamuii button it Co.
CA.WASSKUS VVAXTKI).
Any person wishing to act permanently
us a local canvasser will recelvo full aud
prompt Inlormatlon by applying te
Jamku tiuTToN & Uo., Publishers.
1H Mlrl
Ontur J.iuiiiiuut.
The great discovery ol thr
ai?B. Thore lsno pain which
the Centaur I.lnlment will not
relieve, no swelling which It
will not Htthdue, and no lame
ness which U will not cure
. This It strong languauo. but
It (m Inn T Id n'S..n..,,...
Jflls7f the rccijio Is printed around
each bottle, A circular containing certitl
catc of wondcrtul cures ot rheumatism
ueuralgla, Inck-Jaw, sprains, svrnllings,
burns, senilis, uaked'brtatii, po6uou
bites, frozen leet, koiiI, saltrlisum.ear-acliu
.tn., and the recipe ol the Liniment will be
sent gratis to nnyono. It Is the most won
dorful healing and pain rclisvlnir agent the
world has over produced. It sells as no ar
tlulo ever before did sell, and It sells becaun
It duos just what It pretends to do. One bot
tle o( thu Centaur I.lnlment for animals
(yellow wrapper) is worth a hundred dol
lars lor spavlnod, strntuad or galled hornet
and mules, and fur strrw-worm in sheep.
No family or stocU-owncr can atlord to bo
without Centaur Liniment. Price, 60 cents;
nuns wis.... 41.. a. It. Hoso & C., A3
llroadwny, Mow York.
OAMTOICI A is nioru tnan a lunsututo lor
Castor OU. It Is tho only sakk artlclo In
oxlstcncu which lx suro to regulate the bow
els, euro wlndcollu and produco natuml
leep. It Is pleasant to taku. Children need
not erv nnd mnilirrs niav sleep tn-7 wlv
BELFAST GINGER
"(JOOK OF THE WALK!"
Andrew Loltr di'sltes to let lin' people
know that ho in Mill lllng and duH3 lui.l
liessat his old stand in Cairo, ami iVrvady in
ivcitlui tdiv order Ittiiii tho elty ht ecnmtiy
lor Soda valer, I'fder, Ale, and St. Louis
"oni"- i . '.
Ho has also commenced tliHliunUhctuia
ui' tlnuTlcbrati.'d Hvlfast (linger Ale. wkicli
Is put up lu soda water boltlesl nhil Ithu
tlnct biivcragc uyer ut niauui'aetureil lit
fainll) uu. i0l4M-lin
the.parkerc5h.
SEND STAMP FOR CIRGUIAH
PARKER BBSS,
.W.EST MR1DENCT.V
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