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LLLN013 CENTRAL RA'R0AI,
TKAlNfl LKIVH CAIKO
Mall at.. 12:15 a.m.,. V. Dailjv
n.prossa ,,,,..auiu p.m,,.... .......
freight ttti.4i00 a.m. ... .except tiumlay
Frchflitat ILM a.m " "
Freight at 1:00 p.m.,. . " "
Ainu vr. AT CAlltO.
Mall at 1M0 a.m., Dallv
Kxprcssat 2:0ft p.m except Sun'Mf
Freight at 7:M a,iii.,....cxcotit 3ouuay
Freight at 10:0:. p.m. w!enl Sunday
lM-'-MMf. .TAMKB OIIWBO.V, Agc.g.
JIIU CAIItO AND VINUNKS
!H ANS1K o? rMi:.
CAJrtO TO JLVUINNtTI AND LOUIS.
I On and iificr.Iio 7th passenger train
will run dally tsytrn numiayn n loiiows i
Cairo, kyo...i Gno.t.M.
Vienna. ."ito 7:.Ti
MiiiTlcMirj.', urrlva WD)
N.inis Clty.arrhc 10:18
r'arml, arrive , 10:.VJ
(ra)llli',nrrli' , 1 1 :-'('
.Ml. ( nrmel, iirriM'. I 'J : 1 0 I'. M.
" union Depot, nrrivo .
' Icaviy ...
Ml Carmcl, arrive
" L'nlon Depot, lonvi'
louIjvillc, Umvo.. .'
, hr :
. H:Wi '
. i-tn '
, 4:W '
. S:Ki '
. S:l '
. (!:'W '
At Tamil Willi St. Lotll- anil Southeastern
trains to ami lroiiiLaimilit anil point- wot:
Lat In;; Cairo fi:;K) a. l.
ArrlUng In LVanivlllc i M.
Leaving " IS) '
Arriving In Cairo IO:.Ti
At Vlnccnnes with Olilo ami .Mljius-Ippl
rallaay for Cincinnati anll.ouUvlllc, ami
all points cat and wetj,wllli Indlanap
olU and Vlncennoa railway lor
Indunapoll ami all point north,
h1 and west; with Kvanvillo and Craw
Ionium lllc railway for KvatmllleI'crra Haute,
llanrlllf, Chicago and all point north, uat
and went. ,
At Norrls City with tho HpimrnM
and Illnol Southeastern railway lor Minw
nsetiwn and pringllvld, III., and point
north. At Cairo with the .Mi"l"lppl I Mitral,
and Mobile and Ohio, for all jmiIhu m,uUi;
uithCalro,)Vrlvaiiaii and Tc.a",f'r Ml point.
InArkaiMa. and Texa.
U0UKD CITT ACCOMMODATION.
L.atcs Cairn 12:20 I. M.
" Mound City i-i) "
M.'ll. Uooiiiiini, Uen't 'Ii.Ut Ag't.
ST. LOUIS IKON MOUNITA
AXI) SOUTHERN KAILKOAI).
OinnihUMisnrrlVf aland deimrt from the
nlllic rornt r t-cventh street und Coinuiur
tl.il Avenue a. lollowi :
ThroiiKU t'Xprf", loae" li:loa.in.,arrlvci
SiO p. m.
Charlci'tnii Accommodation, leave 0:00 a.
i., and -1:00 p. in.
Charletin Accommodation, arrive, 10:J0
a. m., and l:l.i p. in.
Tlmotoall points In Texm ami Arkau
' TWK.vTV-roun nour.H u:m than hvany
OTIIi:ll llul lK
Tune from Cairo to Little Hock 13 liour.
To Texarcalia 'jrl hour.
To .lutltTron, Texa, 'ij lumri.
To .Marxball l!0 hours.
To .hre eport, Oiulilaiia, 20 hours.
To Ialla, Texa-, .11 Ilouii-.
To lit-arne, Texa-, .V hour-.
To Hou-too, Texa-, 11 hour'.
To (laUc.ton, Tcxai 1 1 hour.
1). Axtei.i., Chief Kniimecr.
C. W. llKgtlKMitouiui, Agent, Cairo.
-ti rd Bloirli 81, inoo
OITY NATIONAL HAWK, OAIKO
A. H. SAKKOltD. l'rentdent;
H. 8. TAYLOlt, Vlcvlreiitdent;
U. UYBLOl. Boorotary and Treasurer
r: m. tuacLAt,
r. U. Brocirutu,
II. P. 1UM.IB1I,
J. M. PfflLLlrl.
T MTKBB8T paid on deportu t tho re ot
L p.7at? r annum.'M.rch l.tand B.om
ftrUi. loureilnot withdrawn U -d.VJ,i:
iUUly totfco pnnolpal of lha doponlti, thcrob;
. . " i . m .4 ln( avail .
MA.BMO WOMSN AHt) OniLDRKN IIA.T
THE OITY NATIONAL
(J At HO, IMilSOlh
I1KNHT L. HAI.MDAT. Vioe-PiMlilf ni
A. B. fl ArrOW), Oanhlor 1
WALTKK HTHI.OI", AiwUltn On.hler-
HAT TATLOB. HOMUT H. OUNaiBOUAK,
ill, D. WltiuS)i, Ht.fina Hiud
11 A. H. BirionD.
K.oliunre. 00101 tliilled Nn.lM
Unnd Iloneht nil Hold.
aad a (tneral ttnkins
FIR8T NATIONAL BANK
It, W. MlLLElt, Prosldont.
J, M. Pint lips, Vlce-Presldont.
Ciias. cuNNiNanAM, Cashier.
.OLLBOTIONS l'UOUl'TLY MA.DK.
XOnAK. ooln, bank notea aau tlnitsi
KODANOK, ooin, ounr. ,
o.., .uinrltina hotiBht anil BOlcl.
- ..uilllnwiix 'III"" II'II.
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WftftTifi'lTS 1ATN VAllNl
CipcH nil kind t lnin lr"r hal
. ,l.IVon.lnK PllWA'l. IllllOll
How 8 '- i "' '.r.
El'SOM AND THE DEKHY.
New York Tlmui.
Tho contonninl of "Tho Dorby" Is ap
proaching, thu rano run kit Wodnotday
having, wo bo.iovo, Leon tho ninet
fourth. On Epioni or Ebbehom, as tho
name Wni formurly writtun Downi
thoro Wat n woll-known raco-cotirso lonj;
boforo tho Derby Stakot woro Initllulod,
but their I)ocIrI famo datc from that
ovent. I'.nrJy In tho last contury tho
placo was qulto in famouj In h dillurcnt
way. lu 1U19 luinoral watora woro JK
covered, of Litter puririn rait, whicb It
becamo tho custom of tno Londo" doc tor a
to recommend, and in the reign of Quean
Anno tin fdjblon of the tlco culmlnatod.
The taverns at Kpioin wore reputed tho
argcil in J'.nglaud. vnomniy roomi
wore Lu t. and th Cuurt occallona IV
madn an expedition from AVIndior to en
Joy tho futei. tin mornini: thoro were
publio brealtfa'ti, followed by raeo on
tin) down', and tho day concluded
with dancoa. Neither Calh nor Tun-
brUt'O WolU oxceeded Epsom in thoie
d.y. In thu xtrvacncn of their fre
uuoteri. A writer In 1711 reports Lav-
lni npn elxty nrivnta rnmaUm Im JI.M
hEca tliero on a Sunday evenlnf; a jiro
digious number in those dayt, when com
paratively few persons ownod carrlageB.
The amusement werocharactorintic of tho
coaro period which pt;arth a pencil so
iiltingiy niustrataf catcnini: a pig ny tno
all belni; one ol tno ponio uivursiona in
voguo. (irnuually llie placo (lecltnra, lor
ich la'hini! bavlnc beroni') tho fanhiun,
it catural'y bad a croat elf. ct on Inland
waterini: nlacei. Tho public rooms uc
into a terrible state of ruin, and ct length,
in 1801, were pulled down, und Epjorn is
to-day little quit rurnl town.
Tho Dorbv stakes received tholr name
from tbo twelfth peer, ureat grandfather
of the tirecnt Earl, His scat, tho Uaks,
was on Jianitead Downf, between L'rydon
and Dorking. It was originally luilt by
a niiini'or ol gentlemen, wau caiuu it
Hunters' Club, and was Intended, llko tbo
famous i'rehley Club in Northampton-
r.ire, wnicu was in us zvmn rviien ir.
Ooorgo I'avne and othor rportlnj; men
yet living wore In tboir fjay youth,
as a pluco ot festivity In tho buntini;
eason. At length Lord Uorby bouebt
Th Earls of Deroy hnvo fur a lonir
inn been men of romarkablo character.
tnch has had . romo specific taste,
which has made bim famous. The twelfth
Earl was a treat fportsman, tbo thlr-
tuantb bad thu lined prhatu inenagcrloin
Ungland, tho fourteenth was prima min
ster of hncland and a liberal supportor
of the turf, and tho fifto?nth is to day
foreign secretory, but seldom gcos near
hia stables Tho twelfth Karl dispensed
splendid hospitality at tbo Oaks. Ho
kept o pack of slag-h undi, and dad r.s
man v as fifty bod-roonu f-r tho accommo
dation of his tluosls. His second wife,
formorly .Y.iss Karron, tbo colebrntcd ac
trui, as'sisted bim in doinu- tho honors of
tho boute. From Lord Dorby "Tbo Der
by" stakes ar so called trom tbo former
eat, which hu long passed out ot ins
family. The Dorby stakes dato from
A eocd dtal of Intaroit centers in other
places besides tho Oaks Immediately
around Epsom. AVoedeo'.o Park was for
merly tne property or tno uai verts, jorua
Utltimoro. ritt I'iacg is notable as inn
-i i-4 r tiii.linn'sdroam of death.
A gentleman, then on a ..-..
bleinan. who wrs tho most brilliant roue
of his day, has thus described if. "1 was
at Pitt J'lsef., J5pnm, wnon Jjora jjyuei-
ton died. Ho Uai lately roturnea irom
lrnlnd. and bad fieauctilly boon seized
with suffleating fits. It happened that bo
dreamt thrco days boforo his death that
ho saw a L'uttering bird, and nftorward
that a woman appeared to him in white
apparel and (hid, 'rreparoio uie; you win
not live tnreo uays. A.oru j.yuouuu "
much alarmed, and called to his sorvant,
who found him oxtromeiy agi
tatod. Tho circumstanco much direc
ted his spirits. On tbo third day at
breakfast ho said, "If I livo ovor to night
1 shall have iockoyed tho ghost, for tnis
is tho third day. The wbolo party tboy
wero then in London men eei on ior
Pitt Placo. Prcsenty Lord Lyttollon had
onoof tbo fits to which be was cubjoct,
but aftor a short Intorval recovorod. its
dined at fi ond went to bed at 1 1, when
hli sorvant was about to clvo mm somo
madicino. but Lord Lvttoiton perceiving
him rtlr it with a toothpicK canon mm a
slovenlv dog and bado him to go and
fAteh n te.nsnaon. but on tho man roturn
ho found his mastor in a fit, and tho pillow
being placed high, his chin uoro nign
nnnn his nock. Tho sorvant, alarmod,
ran for help, and when it ctmo Lord Lyt-
to ton was doaa.
Lord I.vttelton Is said to havo aamu
ted that tho woman ho bad seon in bis
dream was tho mother of three girls
whnm ho had norsuadod to leavo tlieir
paronts, who lived near his Shropshire
property, which had caused her to die ot
i.rlnf. nnnvont which took place precisely
at the limo wbon tho vision appeared to
him. It was further nvorrca mat auoui
tin, timo of liOrd Lvttolton death, a par
son answorinc his description, visited tho
bcilsido of a Mr. .Miles Androws iwno
had boem tho (riond and companion of
Lord Lvttolton in his rovals , and, suu
ilnnl throwlni: open tho curtains, dosirei
,M r. Anurows 10 go to mm. i nu mnoi,
not knowinrr that Lord Lyttelton had ro
turnod from Iroland, suddenly uot up,
when thn nhantom disappeared. Ir. An
drows freijuontly declared that tho alarm
caused lum to havo a fit of illness, and in
subsequent visits to Pitt Placo no solictta
tlon would ovnr prevail upon mm n tan
a tmd tharo. hut ho would invariably ro
turn, liowover lato, to the inn at Epsom
HOW TO FIND IT.
Tho comet which Is now visibio in our
northern homlsphoro la named after M.
CoL'glu, of tbo Marsuillcs obiervatory, who
. " ' . .i (Nil ..f a ...ll I ..t
discovered it on mo uiuui
This is tho third comot whion nas neon
seen this year, but tho othors wore moroly
tolosnoplo comets, not boing visibio to tbo
nakud oyo. With its usual post-temporal
stupidity tho 'hvonlng Journal, ot tins
city, announcou on iav rrmny mouia-
covory ol a now comot uy u umu m iww
otor, N. Y. Tho cometj inatcaieu was
"owiing mora nor icm iuhh uuHb'"
comot, which has boon seen by every as.
tronomor in tho world ovor since last
From caroful observations of Coggin's
comot, it has boon ascertained to bo a now
ono that is. ono wu cli has not Yisuou
(his part of tho universe boforo within tho
history oi manitinu. us ornit uonerincn
a parabola, and its porlod Is almost
now TO KIND IT,
Prof. Lewis Smith has addressed tho
following lottor to tho 'Rochester Demo
1 PTAt !
"m-uo comot detactoa by mo ou the oven
ing of tho 8lb Inst., was provlously discov.
ud al Marselllct, Franco, April 17. Tho
weatbor of lato bns boeti unfavorablo for
observations, tbo clouds demanding tbo
''rlghtof way" so that few observations
could bo mado, nnd ovn thoao with not
much accuracy, Thoy woro enough, bow
ovor, to provo tho correctness of my an
nouncement that it was a comet. It Is ap
proaching both tho sun and earth with n
constantly accelerated velocity, arriving
at tbo porihollon (nearest tho sun) and
porigoo (ncarost tbo earth i about tho 1st
of August. 1 ceo nothing, therofore, to
provont Its being n very conspicuous and
boautifut object in tbo westo n sky dur
ing the months of July and Augus't. It
is now sltuatod, at I o clock in tbo morn
ing, dlmctly boneath thn polar star,
and about twenty.flvo degress from
it, and Is just visible to tbo naked
oyo. With an opera glass It can bo easily
seen us n hazy nebulous mass with n
bright point n little to onocido. Through
my tolescopo of four nnd ono half inches
anarture, six feet focus, it presents a tail
flmng the wbolo Hold with a lor power of
ou. oo uiroctiy lowarus ui it it moving
it jnni. '-" - - rnh.?
deviation from it giving an apparent mo
tion toward nela Ursa .uajoris. it is
now visibio all night, but will soon bo
only In tbo early hours of evening, setting
In the northwest. If at tho timo of its
nearest approach to tbo earth tho moon
shou'd bo abiont, wo may expect, from
tbo present indications, to bo treated with
a comotary display which may rival tho
transit of Venus in popular as woli as set
entiflo interest. Tbo comot will bo bright
eft on tbo evening of August 3d, being
tbon 215 times as bright as at tbo timo of
discovery, whllo now it is only fl ro and
one half times as bright, and as tho moon
will be absent it will bo subjected to
spectroscopic annlysis under circum
stanco morn favorablo than may occur
acain in many year". It will then bo
about flvo degrees from Donabola, tbo
brightest star in Lo. Lewis Swift.
P.ocbe.-tor, Juno 12, 1874.
And metalic cases at Wilcox's block at
much less tban usual prices -10-G-O-tf
Tkn pounds of brown sugar for $1 ;
8 pounds best cotleo sugar at $1, -I pounds
of choice butter at $1; baking ponder l&c
per lb; Imperial tea at $1 ; 3$ lbs colTco
il.kt Wilcox's Blook. 107 2. Mm.
To enable, all wishing to attend tho
laying ot tho corso: ttono of tho now cus
tom bouso nnd pnst ollico at Chicago,
Juno 'Jjth, to do so ut reduced rates,
wo will soli excursion tickets to Chicago
and roturn for $U 40. Will Issue tickets
for all passenger trains leaving Cairo
on tho 251. Tiskots good to roturn until
tbo 28th. James Johnson, Agent.
FUltNlTL'HE AT AUCTION.
I will sell on .Monday morning, Juno
22nd at 8 and 1) o'clock at tho residonco
of Mrs. Vnndevonter on Ninth street,
botwacn.Vt'Hbingtoa avenue pn&i$5H'
siruui, OeUiniuo, ..-..-, .isS&tx.J-.f'
center tables, ono parlor sot, chairs, tables,
carpoU, mirrors, ono extension table, n
lull dining room set, dishos, glasswaro,
cooking stovo, kitchen lurnituro and
many othor articles used in keeping bouse.
Every Saturday and Monday nlghta at
my sales room, dry goods, notions, boots
and shoes. At privato salo ono eoda foun
Louis u. Mykih, Auctioneer.
Mr. G. W. Smith, special agent for tho
Howe Maciiini: Companv, is now
stopping at tho St. Charles hotel. Tbo
company want a first class agont In Cairo,
and Mr. Smith is proparod to ollor special
inducements to ono of tho right kind. Tho
machine is woli known bore as well as in
othor sections of country wboro sowing
machines aro in tuo, nnd In fact, as well
us uv roimtatlon. is tno very vvn
and most salablo machino manulac
tured. Any porson Josiring an agency
ujili nlemu ell on Mr. Smith, nt tho at
Charles hotel, for a fow days 40 G-5-tf
Coolkst "SVolss boer in tho city at tho
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
On condition that niilk'lcnt number ol
viniiiL' norHoin desire, and aro willing to
contribute! n very a mall fetim toward ilefra
lmr e.nene. two hundrid at foil
ilntUn. each a Normal Institute will bo held
lu tho cow buUdlns, commencing July l.thu
day of dedicating thohulldingn.and continue
till Julv ill. Tho Principal oi tne univerMiy
will havo chat'ire. and tho members of
tho faculty will glvo tho liriln part oftholn-
urucilon. At lea-t ten lectures will bo glen
and, il'tho cah contributed it sulUclont, tho
befit men of this itato a Missouri and Indb
ana, will bo brought In for theeo lecturer-.
If not more than ono hundred and llfty uV
tend, the pcionl contract with tho liistruc
tor will bo greater and theprolUmoro ; and
an the oxpcnionrtho InHltutloll will bn tho
hiinio, tho feo hoitld bo livo dollars. If throw
hundred attend, tho I'eo could bo reduced to
As iho statu UgWaturo manes no provl
lon fur paying tlio u.Npeuies of Mich an In
lltuto, so dcsirablo to anil vaiuauio 10 puiiiir
Southiii n lllluols, add another favor to tho
many they havo already done Iho commu
nity, and glvo this announcement several
grati.Itou.,.uSe.t,on,n a goo. v.aco, am,
van iiwmwsi.. -
Let all Who wimi to aiteiiu, mmiu meir
names at ome-and not later Ihan Juno 20
... II.. Knl.i-na. i.i-r-1-KlnlVOl llllHtpna.nf
ir.:ZZi I. Z: s a. u , Dt , v c.rh
Good boaitl can bo had lu Carbondulo at
N. 11. The liintltuto cannot lio liuld with
less than one hundreil and llfty who will pay
ttvcdollam oavh. Roniiitr Ai.i.yn,
Principal ol Faculty,
Coolest Woiss boor In tbo city at tho
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. JUNE 21, 1874.
Coolest Vrciii leer In tho city nt tb
OiiAiiCiAi. furnaces nt T. j. Kkiitii'b.
Coolkst Weiss boer in tho city at tbo
Thalia. 63 0-1'2-lw
3Iojuito wiro screen cloth at Halloy's
cheaper than tho choapcit. SO 1-17-lm
Houa AVateb. T. E. Sullivan will
gto you tbo best glass of soda wator to bo
found in tho city.
all tuo nay Doaruers in tho city can
ba accommodated at tbo St. Cbarlos
hotel, with flrst-clas board at second class
ratos. 70 4-10-tf
Chalcoal in any nualntlt to suit
purchaser at T. J. Kami's. 87-C-lP-tf
i bo largest assortment ot
bats and caps in tbo city nnd
CiOAits. For tho best Cigars and To
bacco in tbo city, go to T. E. Sullivan's,
Commercial avenue, near Tonth street
Tho best in tho city. 01 0-10-tf.
Sullivan. T. K. Sullivan, olo agont
for I ouquctt Colobratod Perfumed Starch
of Gloat, tho t ost article of tbo kind in
u!0. l'nco 25 cents per box.
D. Autku A; Co. aru jut receiving the
largest and best assorted itock of saddles,
bridles, harness, etc., ever brought to this
Jusr received and for sale by Mnthufs
iV Uhl 20,000 pounds clear sides, 10,000
pounds bams, 10,000 pounds shouldors,
20 boxes lotnonn. SO-C-lO-lt
Clin at Woon. Good aummor tovo
wood can bo had at tho box and basket
factory for taking it away. This, it cer
tainly cheap enough. 92 C-lO-IH
Tin: largest and best-selected stock
of FURNITURE for salo at wholesalo
and retail by HEN BY EICHHOFF, No.
11C, Commercial avonuo,opposita Sevonth
street. 71 5-l7-3m
Coolest Wo'.s", b;er in tho city nt tho
Thalia. 1 6.1-C-I2-lw.
The Monitoii. ior tho Monitor, tho
best coal Cook Stov over mado or the
Fashion, the cbnmpifn wood Cook of tbo
West, go to A. Hallar's, 108 Washington
avenue, near Tenth stroet.
t WG 1 7-m
D, Aktkr & Co. art just roceivlng tho
largest and best assorted stock of saddles,
bridles, harness, etc., ever brought to this
Hometiiiwo New. Bucks Crystal
Ilrilllant with glass ovon doors. No oc
casion to havoLurnt broad. Call and seo
it at T J. JiKBTH's. 87-C.19.tf
. JI.iilVyT-'Vml!1" -S' 0hflr'es hotel,
milk cows anl laako himself gonorully
useful, No irtemporate man nood apply.
Tub 1J2M. Wm. Lidwig, harness
makor, comer of E'ght street and Com
mercial 6e&uo, has tbi best supply of
harness, sallies, bridlos,9tc., in Southorn
Illinois, ui J sella thorn is choap as the
Fon Stove. Tlnwaro.toilotware, steam
cooking vuiels, broilers, bird cages, Ian-
orns, gato ipringa, gate tinges, tablo and
pockot cutery, fluting Irons. Also ior
rnnflm- iritlars and gllOUtinL'. UO to A.
D a 1
Halloy's, 16s Washington avenue, near
Tenth etnet. tr.-4-17.Im.
IiKALTl AMI l'UKK ATKK. lVrSOIIS
wnuting oiiterts ropaircJ or new ones
built can 111 acjommodatol In a satisfac
tory manntr br calling on tho undor-
: . . t I I .!....
slgnea on trots sireot, or uy nuuramis
box 079, li O..or by leaving word nt city
clerk's ofil'-o J. S. Hawkins.
Coolei: Wslss boer in thn city nt tho
Thalia. oa u-12-iw.
A larce lJtof cholcj sugtra, syrup
cofleos, e!j., jist received and for snlo by
70.C.1G-21 Kthaiton x uir.w.
Dn. S'HE.NCK S PUI.MOWIC MYRU1-, Of.A
WkedToM am. Manuka kf.
Thoso msdiciacfl havo undoubtedly por
formod mom euros of Consumption than
any othor jomody known to tho Anion
can public. They era compounded of
veettnblo ingredients, and contain noth
lnu" which can bo Injurious to tho human
comlltution. Othor romoaios auvertiscu
as euros for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which u ft eomowhat dangor
out drug In U case.', und if taken froely
i. rnn.ttinntlvo wationW, it must do groat
, . .
ininrv: for US lonUoncy is l" touuuu wo
morbid tnattor in thosystom, which, of
murso. must inaka n euro Imposslblo
Scbonck's Pulmonic Syrup is warrimtnd
not to contain a partlclo of opium: It is
enmnosod of poworful but harmless norm,
which act on tlo lungs, livor, siomacu,
and blood, and thus corroct all morbid
secretions, and trnol all tbo diseased mat
tor from tho holy. Thcso aro tno oniy
.., i,v wlil. i, rnniuuintion can bo
cured, and asSotencK'a ruinioniu oji'.
... .. Tl , I. CJ ..... n
Soa "Weod Tonio,uuJ Mundrauo nils aro
.1. ...1 mn.llnln., UI 111 I'll OnUmtO iU tlliS
ilLUUUUI.r mu-ll.,un, ,, . - i
lti, obvious tbey aro tho only gon-
fn l..1.,mnnrv I jOnaUMl lIllUU
U1I1U -UIU tVI II I Ii j
i ,.i.i,lu medicine is
- ,iroolion8 Ur.
"J ... . ,
n. B" Professionally at h.B pr.c,pa
offlco, corner Mxth and Arcu strum.
Philadelphia, ovory Monday, whoro all
lottors for ndvlco must bo addressed.
Dmnm.-For tho Wat pu" JfUb'8 U t0
P, K. Sullivan's, Coiimiorclal aveuuo noar
Tenth street. Purscriptions caroiuny
prepared at all hours dy nd "'K'iV.r
. , 01 h-ll-tl
A GKEAT 8AUKIFI0E.
Twelvo yards gronadlno for $1 and
many other goods at similar prices to bo
bad at Daniel Uartman's. CB-C-TJ-tt
Fob Kent An
Geo. Fisii kh.
D. iVtar.u & Co. arojust receiving tho
largest and best assorted stock of saddles,
bridles, harness, etc., over brought to this
Step and Extension l.aadors, Sand
Screens, Riddles, Slovcs, Shovels, Spades,
Forks, Hoos, Rakes, AVatorClosot Urinals,
Kitchen and Com Pool Sinks, Clothes
Ringers, Clothes Hones, Clothes Lincsn
and, in fact, a lull assortment of kitchen
nnd House furnishing goods at A. Hal
loy, 103 "Washington nvonuo, near Tonth
stroot. oo 1-17-lm.
-JlilXlVKtV .(toni)a AT foST. M
llriggs, Commercial avonuo, c&rncf Taut
stroet, wlshoi to Inform tbo ladles of Cairo
and vicinity that for tho next 30 days alio
will soil her summer millinery at col
I'lcaso call and exatnluo hor goods, if
you wish something lino at a low price.
Iiuaav lo u Sale. Si. Louis make;
licht, comfortable and easy. Has novor
been run much. Is in perfect running
order, nolthor scratched nor faded. Will
sell very cheap for cash or on timo. Also
light single harnoFf, sound and good
Apply at Uallldrty Drothera oltlco, Ohio
lovoo. "W. G. Koiiiiiks.
Notice to IIuilukus. Having alartod
up our saw mill again, wo aro now pre
pared to furnish all kinds of building
matorial at lower prices, dollvorod, than
it can bo bought from country mills.
Wo havo also on band two hundred
thousand feet of ahsoutkd lumiikr that
was colored by slno water tbut wo will
soli at from $7 to $10 per 1000 lent.
WALL &. r.S'T.
The barber suop is un no corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avonuo
wbcro J. Goorgo Stionhouso with his gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tbo day or night, readv to sootho
your feollngs with a smooth shave, or cool
your torapor and head with n good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
suro of rccoiving first-clnss treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curlod
after tho most approved etvlcs. 8-16-tf
ICE CREAM PARLOR.
T. Ii. Ellis, at tho Arlington house,
hereby nnnounccs that ho has sponcd an
Ico croam parlor at tho Arlington houso
for tbo accommodation of tho pubHc.
Families supplied. All oidors promptly
attended to. 71-5-17-tf
CO A I,
THE CAIRO CITY
! Aro prepared to supply customer!
' with tho nest I
l.KAVK OltllKKK Al'
J3"llalliday llro.'. ollUc. No. 70
Ohio l.cM'e; I
Uritalliday llro.'- Wharfliu.i
(KiTA! Kiryptlan Mills "f I
rTT.U tli enal iltiiiip, foot oil
Thiriy-i'lirhth ativrt. j
pecial InducsmenU to km tmmi
ROSE & TEMME,
Manufacturors, AVliolosala and
Rutall Dealors lu
No. 172 Washington Ave.
II. WAHDNHH, M. T.
II. .1. STALKER, M. D.
Oltlco and reidonee 111 Oomiuroial Aya
next dour tn the Allielietiui.
NO. J 57
CAIRO ONE BAY ONLY.
MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1874.
Positively the Onlv I.nrK Show that rtlll Kxlilliit in 1 lie Slate of Illinois
miring1 the Traveling Season of 1874.
im 'm mi Mia vjiKg
mil iiimi nun
Indisputably the LnrgcKt ITxIitlsItlou
No Imposibilitics l'roiiiiecil: wc Guarantee to Ll hibit all wo llenrcscnt or
OTJXl WTATirOTjEBS OIIG AKIZ A.TIONI
EMHUAOES THE LARGEST AND .MOST COMPLETE
lENAGERTE, AVrART AND AQUARIDAL!
IN THE WORLD. CONTAINING LIVING .SPECIMEN'S OF OUR
CREATOR'S GREAT HANDIWORK,
"Thev went In, two and two. unto Noah, IM tho Ark,
Tho male and tho female, ai God had commanded N'oah."
i. i mil riOK to which is tiii:
Strictly Moral Circus
, w w JM HU.VCINO OVER
TWO MAMMOTH BANDS-FORTY MUSICIANS.
(iORHKOUS ST It BUT DlSPLAV-FINBST IN TUB WOULD I
Doors Open nt 1 nrnl 7 p. J".
, ...i. l,.,,.., imon iiiridn
Hound Trip TickotH, goou on an ir;uu
irou of viniting tho Cheapest Hhow
'this city. Don't forget tho .late, Juno
R. SMYTH &. CO.
No. (iO Ohio Lovcc,
B. F. PARKER,
(SuecesMor to I'arker ,t Hlake,)
PAINTS & OILS
W1H DOW SI1ADKS
And the teloliratod Itliiinlnatlni;
ltross' llulldlnb', nth St.& Oomorcial Av.
FINE &11LL1NJ3KY GOODS
I llKHII Nl'IMMl S10OI1N
MJtS. M. JAOKSON,
(Kormcrly Mrn. Swandors,)
announces that alio has just; opened a larg
assortinont ot tho
MllUneryllnodBtoUolounii in tho wartot
alio will keep ou hand i,,ninv
Hath, Homukw, K L h
DltKHH THIHMINtia Olf ALL lUNDf,
Lai. "" VuitNiauiNO Ooodb, Notions,
An.l all (Toods found lu mlllluery stores, al
ol wh cfe wl 1 bo disposed ot ai Uio lowest
ca.h price" Mrs. JaeUwn respeclfuUy
Ssa continuation of thoj.uUo.0 whlct.
has helm ao nueiaiij ,t,
the ladiea of Cairo and tho viclmtv.
I Ibo lti,t
Z. D. aiatutm E. t. Uh.
MATHU8S & UHL, v
FJiOUlt, GKAIN, HAY AND
Ohio Levee, . Cairo, Ili.8.
In tlio World, ttlll Exhibit nt
Admission, '0c ; Clillilren
with All The Lines of ltailway fol
r ... nll a.tt.iu nnnliln v,firhfa ilel
imm owuiiu'i r"v, . .
Ou Karth during the day it oxhibiU l
I'LUCK NO. 1.
I'LUCK NO. 3.
THK N'BW CHKOMOS-FKOK W
LARD'S FAMOUS l'AlNTIJidS.
riipio Kit'L-ant ChrontOH are by far tho j
oxprei-sivo ploturi's over given to tho j
Ho. ui'lnirlull of humor and "Pluck" to
lust oxiout. Mo ju iy -j ini-iiuK, iu
iinmi aiivai ami strainers. Price 810
nalr. fvuil unlet s to thn publisher, J.
KYDKlt,'iU'. .Superior street, Cleveland
CARRIAGE & WAG01
Sixth Street ami Commercial Avel
Hppclsl atter Ion kIvcii to IloiiflB filJ
ami L'tneni rviwuiiiH.
ir-.i.in s r
(Succebsor to 0. E, Doilglas)
w.Mrw-.KlL'ht itieet. over Stuart J
ilrv L'tods atote. . Wl-I
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