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UltlSTIAJJ OUUIlOU-KJghteenth street
betwoon Washington and walnut.
I'roaching fcvory third and fourth Sunday .
Sunday icbool at 8 p. in.
Prayer meeUng Wednesday evening.
H U Trim OLE. I'aitor.
f UKSBYTKIllAH-Xlihth Straat.
freaehio, Habbath at 101 a.m. and7i p.ra
I'rarsr rasatlif, W ednetday at 7t p. m.
lebbeth School, 8 p.m. J. M. Lanadan, 8u
perlntendent. ltv. II. TrtATXK, Factor
1 tCTUODIUT. Cor. Wjhth and Walnut 8ti.
I'roashlnj, Habbath at 11 a.m., and 7 p. m
I'rayer mea ting, Wednesday, 7J p.m.
Habbith Bchool, 3. p.m. l. W. Bltllwelt,
nyerlntendent. Kmt. J. L. Wallkx,
t'eitor.
ItUKCU or THE UKUKKMJCK (Eptsoc
pal.) Morning prayers. Sabbath 101
Evening prayer, n p.m.
rablmtl
am aci
school. U a.m,
1UV. Cham. A. Uiliikrt, Hector.
T, l'ATKlOK'S 011UHOU Ninth St. and
Washington Avenuo.
l'ubllo service, Sabbath 8:10 and 101
Vesper. 7 ti.m.
Habbath Sobool, 3 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.i
. 8 a.m.
iikv. r. j. wu.
i'IIalloha.4. rrleit.
IT. JOSKl'U'S CUUKCU.-Gorman,) cor.
tier of Walnut and Crust street.
Um. every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
enpers, 2 p. ru.
it a during weok days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Hkv. U. UovrMAN, l'rloet.
I HUMAN LUTHUItANOUUHClI 18 th
.trout between Washington Avenue and
Waluut street.
I'reacblng lundey morning at 10 o'clock,
sjabbalb Sohool at 3 o'olocK p. m.
Umr. U. DUKKaCHNBK. 1'aator.
.OtINO HUM'S CUlUiiTlAN ABSoOlA.
HON. lUguUr meettn aecond Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
.t Co'a bookatore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rayer raeetlag, "friday, 71 p.m. at
lie room. "
CUUIIGIL Comer Syoatnoro and Forty
drst elreot. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday Hchool 1 o'clock p. m.
The church la connoctud with the Illinois
Association, by the Klrst Missionary Hi
tlil Church ol Cairo.
Hew. holomom I.xonaud, l'aator.
KKICAN MlCTHODIflT-Fourteenth, ba
tween Walnut and Cedar,
a ervlcaa, tiabbAth. 11 a.m.
Mabbata School, 11 p.m.
Claw meeta at 8 p.m.
r.CONU KKKK WILL UAITIST rt
leeuth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 11 and 8 p. m.
ttsv. N. Hicks, l'astor.
UKK WILL BAPTIST llOMK MISSION
MAHUATU SCllOOL. Corner Walnut
aud Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, 9 a.m.
filter KKKK WILL UAITIST CUUBCU
- lurry's lisxracks
Services, Sabbath 11 e... 8 p.m. 71 p.m.
Kxv. Wat. Kbixby, Faator.
MUST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CUUItCU.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Bte.
I'reachlug Sabbath, 101 .m- nJ ?i P-D
l'rayer uieeUiu;, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Kridey evening.
Sabbath School, 11 p.m. John VenBaxter
aud Mary supnetulljuperlntendenu.
ftlV. T. J. SHOHU, l'aator.
KCON1) 1IAPT1BT CUUBOU Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only UiUt church recognised by the Aa
ociatiou.
Ssryices, Sabbath, 11 a.ra. 8 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Ilrv. Jaooii Bradley. JClder.
HKORET ORDERS.
THJC MASONS.
'a 'O COMMANDKKY, No. 13. Stated
Aa.i -nbly at the Aaylum Masonic Ilall, flrat
cd iu.'J Monday tn each month.
.A.'HO COUNCIL, Ne. 34. Ketrular Convo-
call ,u at Maaonlc llall, the aecond Friday
In each month.
JAIUO CUAlTElt No. 71.-lieular Con-
vocation at Maaonlc Ilall, on the third
Tue'day ot every month.
JA1HO LOUO;C Ne. 387 F. A A. M Ke(ru
lar Communtcatlona at Maaonlc Ilall, the
aecond and fourth Mondavi of each month.
TUK II1II1.VELLOW9.
LEX ANUKIt LUUOK, M..U la Odd-
Fellowa' Uail, tn Artere Duiminx. every
Ttiunday evening at a q-ciqck.
STATE OFKICERS.
Uovernor John 1 bcverldfe
l.teutenanUOovernor
fiei-retary of But Oeorife II. llarlow
Auditor of SUto C. E. LlpplLcott.
SUte Treaaurer Camper lluu.
Attiirnrv General Jamea K. Ldoall.
dupt. lubllc Inatruetlon Newton liataman
(:)NOUE&JMEN,
Senatora lUchard J. Ogleiby and John A.
l?epreaentatlvf Eighteenth Ulitrlet luce
aeinenia.
MEi.HElU OENEKaL AS3EMIJLY.
KenreaBUUva In the Wth dl.trtct.--
ohn IL'Oberly, Woi. A. Lemma and Math.
J. lnecore.
nator forth 50th dlitrict. Jewe W are.
COUNTY OFKICE113.
oaacciT cockt.
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander,
tftete'a Attorney-Vatrtcr; U. 1'ope.
Clerk H- 8. Yocum.
ShertaT- A. U. Irrta.
i Wb. MarMo AaMeaor and Traaaurer.
Snrfeyor John 1. Uely.
oommr cockt,
.Judge- T. Itooa.
AoclaUa-J. K.IoCrite and 8. Marchll
on.
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
(kroner John H. Goaamari
at u noii-n
Cotl.er Stale M.
CtllCAtlO.
TA mett Rtnovrud SjxtiallH of tht Ajt, in t).
Untui,tofPJtir.lTK, CllltOXIO ait I'M
XA J! Y DISEASES, SEXIXM WKAKXESS.
TU r.it t4lt taiijcrrtL.. .r or ". P?"l
nTnera.iirLia OX TUI VACX. Avmtioiito
BUCIltT. llirtiriD fllQUT. 1.0 Of WM0Y
MIS uood tun. J-ISTLT CUHlli. "I" v-- -
urillClL LITtKlTtBC. lllMIlol "ll k-M I.ll
u urrtM Tklf ulin, um a - w u
Mtl I a irUla ntUX tiKWp.. Udl- rMi'irt't '"I1"1
I...LL1. Lr..Url llb LllMU firttwtU,
liooK n
fATHONIZK
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
.owir Twallth itreat and Waahlngton Ave
J. C. HU ELS
(Lata of St. Lout,):
VHOP1UKTOH
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUKAOTUHKB
hi . ank hiviikh or evarv tleicnntlou done
with neatness and dlipatch. All kinds ol
ruling done at short notlco, lilhles, ;MusIc,
Uavaztnea and Periodicals bound neat and
t tha lowest Doaslble ratea.
County work, such as Keords, Docket
n lino Vs. Ulauks. etc.. made -meelaltv.
uo les. Pocket Hooks. F.nvelap", etc..mde
FaEDiToFHEINZ
MATSrUFACTUREK.
A.NI
ULACKSMITHINO.
Hlxtk Street and Commercial Aveni,
AIU0, ILLINOIS.
ueclsl attention Ktven
and uvnerai .repalrlm;.
to Home Suuinu
Bl-O-3-lf
glte tttl4iiK.
I'ubllentlou ina, Bulletin Building
Waihlniton Aveune.
TUESDAY, JUNK n, 1874.
MANNERS AT CROQUET.
Thoro U no otic gpotjvliere woll-brcJ
pooplu arc apt to approach so near to
ill-breeding, ai on tho croquet-rroutii.
Tliu cuuso of the trouble mut inhere
in the game, -wliicn yd appears to be
of the most simple and reiinud order,
for other out-door portn Inil to irri
tate the Icclltig' or rulllo I ho temper us
this doej. It is us if'ttotuu tiny imp of
diacord pervaded the field, devoting
himself to the tack of drawing to the
HUrfuco whatever it contrary in tho dis
position of the players. o have scon
girU go almoit into hysterics, tnid
young men become sullen dif jmtatioiis
over a paltry " croquet or n wick'
doubtfully run. Tho giitne inonded
solely for amusement becomes the
Houreo of disaLrrceamcntund ranglinL't
Bpoiling all pleasure for the peace lov
ing, art well an for the rontontions.
Tho or h-in of mot croquet alanines
lies in tho divert understanding of the
ulos. Nearly many manual! are
published as there aro games played,
and raroly is a mutch arranged where
the players have nil learned of the
..irlt) , tlCneO ll .HIIOiBirew vt
opinion. Tho sole way to avoid dN
ncnsioiiH is to selqct the best book on
tho subject aui male its decisions final
on inoott'd points. It docs not nintter
if a different authority bo used on
every ground (though lor those play
ing much together it is more satisiac
tory to have the same), provided it is
rogmled as an authority beforo a match
be begun. Hut it does matter very
much that persons meeting for pleasure,
should so conduct themselves as not
only to banish pleasure, but to lose
their friends' nnd their own respect.
S"Homo and Society." Scribncr's for
uty.l
5,000,001)
EXJ)0VMKNT SCI I K.MIC
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
IN AII OK Till.'
Pnlilif T.ihraw nf VontuoVv
rUUHL LilUIfliy Ul lUJlllUCriy.
J-XJXSYT 31. 167-i.
In anuoiiueln the I'ifih nnd lt-t nf the
erles ol (lift Concert", irlvetifor the benefit
of the Public Library ot Keutuekv, the
trilitces and manager reler with iriilo and
plea-ure to the four whli hb.itebteu .-ilrrady
trheu: The llrt, December 10, ls7 1; the sec
ond, Deeelllber 1?TJ ; the tlioil, .Ilrj 3,
1Tj; and the fourth, .March 111. 1STI.
Under their charter, granted by a -pcelal
act of the Kentucky I.esl.lature, March 10
JS7I, tlie l ni"trek an- aumon.c i in irne
ONI! MOOUK, and ONLY O.NK MOOKC
(lilt ( oneert With the moiiej arl-lm; from
the Klftli and Lat concert, the Library, JIu--elliu,
and other di irliutiil- are to be en
larged and endowed with a llxeil alideeltatu
annual Ineoine. such an endowment Hind
I" delrel, as will secure beyond peradeli
tore, nut only the maintenance of thN ma
ultlrent etabll-hnient, but Its eon-tant
h'rowth,
The Fifth Gift Concert,
for the ouriMi-ei. mentioned, and whleh N
Kj-ltleh and unequivocally announced a
Tin: L.Wr which wh.l i:kh hi:
OIXKN rXDKIl THIS I HAKTKIl AND
11Y THi: PUIi:.STMANAt5K.Mi:NT. will
eomeoll In the Pub.le Library Hall, at Louis
ville, K.
Friday July XL 1S74.
At this Hull Concert (nerythim; will be
upon a i-ale correspond n with It-In-erea-ed
Imiiortaiiee. The nnule will In
rendered by an orchestra eon-lftlm; of one
huudered perloriiler-, -elected forthelr fame
in dltlertnt land-, and the unprecedented
mm of
S2.bOO.OOO.
divided Into twenty thouand b'Hn will be
dl-lrlbuted among the tlcket-holilvr.
LIKTOt' ill'TN.
OXK (iltAND CASH ( 1 FT . .. .
ONI? (iltAXD CAfcll till r ..
OXK (ilt.VXD CApII (HIT
O.N'lt (iltAXD CASH CUT
UNK (iltAXD CASH (HIT
lm.ooo
7.",ui"o
M.tKKi
'r.,we
ItlO.UlO
1 io.isv
IVl.MH)
Ksl.lH 0
lOO.IHX)
it I.HOO
HiO.tHK)
llHl.OtO
liO.Olsl
rsi.ono
(i:i',ia.ii
CAsIl (iIFl. J0.o0O eacli...
1U AMI iIFT, 14,000 each .
15CAS-II tilFTC, lO.OOUcacll. .,
S) CAH lilFTS, ri.OoOeaeli. -.
!.' CASH (ilr IS, 4,0011 eacli. . .
SO t A.-II (ilFT.i, li.OUO each. . .
M) CA.-H til Fi. each. . .
10O CASH til IT.-, 1,000 each. . .
'10 CASH (.UTS. fSKI each. . .
VA CAsll tilF r. lis) each. .
111,000 t AMI (ill T-, riOcacli. .
nilAND TOTAL
'.'D.OOO OHT.s,
AM. cull.
i.rioo.ooo
1-iiK i:or ricHins.
Whole Tiekel" ? Wi
Halve. 'J.I.H0
Tenth, or i-acb Coupon
11 Whole Ticket-lr fsH.tHI
.M Tickets for l.OOl'Kl
rickets are now reauy lor .ue, aim otueis
aecoinpauled by eath will be promptly
tllleil.
Liberal Cnuiniis-lom will lie alloweil lo
aatUfaetory agents
Uirt;uar comailUII lllll painciliai" nii-
nUhed on application.
THUS. E. nit.VMLKTTE,
A Kent ami .Man user.
Public Library llulldlnj;,
Louisville, U
)(KUUW
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
t'Ut'Jill M'HIXH OOOIIS
31 IX S . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. wanders,)
aunounces that she has just; opened a Urg
uiortment ot the
NKWE8T,
MOST FAHIUONAnLB,
AND HANDSOMEST
MIlHnery Hoods to be found in mo market
m will keen on hand
HATH, UONNKTB, ! LOWKUS, HI1IHOHB,
DlllflS I HIMMINUS OF Alib IVIHUB.
IjAIUKtt KUKNISHINa UOODB, riefflONO,
Collars. Unokkslsicvis, Kurrc.
And all goods lound in millinery stores, all
ot which will bo disposed ot at the lowest
cash prices. Sirs, .lackbou respectfullv
asks a continuation of tho pataonaKO which
lias neeu so liberally bcsisowau upon ucr nv
the ladles of Cairo and the vicinity.
C. H. WHEELER.,
1IKAI.KK IM
WOOD AND GOAL
OFFICK AND YAltD,
lOtb St. bet. Wishiiigtcm & Coiamerciil Ave.
A large supply or Pittsburg and Dig
Muddy coal constantly ou band. Stove
wood sawed to order. Orders for ceal oi
wood should ba left at the olhca on Tenth
tsceet. Terms, cash on delivery.
A NEW IMPROVED
Kill MM Ui,
AW.llMM.il
The "Modal for Progress."
At Vie I 1N7-'J.
The IlltfhcU Order "M' dal Awarded
at mo K.vpnnlun,
Ml SEWIN0 MAUHIXB IIKCKIVE1) A
IllUllfilt I'RIZL
A WAV IJ001) UlIASONSs
1. A New Iiiventtnu thoroughly IrMcd
mill Bi:llnil by Letters I'atMil.
a. .Mikuai I'cui'ixr I.rn-k Stitch, allko
on both hlilei", on ull klmNol uood.
11 Itnii" I.Ulit. Mno'itli, N(ileli4, and
Knpld bi-t i (iin!ilii:i'lni of (U.'illllu.t.
I. Dur.iljlf Itun- lor years w Ithout re.
pairs.
f). Will do all varltiMof Work and J ancy
Stit''hliK In a superior manner.
0 most imW) mainKod by the opera
tor Length orstlicli may be altered wlillo
runniiiK.unil maeblnu can tut threaded with
out p.i-.lrr Hire nl throuili lioli ,.
V Deilmi Hlinplc, liiifelilou-, I'lcKdiif .
WPl!V.Vr;.nWiarttoTl7rt.rArm-.
Max tin' Aut4jinatlc Drop Feed, wlileli in
Hires iinlfonn louxth of -tllcli at any rpceed
lln our new Tlfei 1 Controller, which fol
lows e:iy mnriiifiit of nccillc-bar anil
prevents Injury lo thread.
f. Con-lriletloii inopt e.trclill an 1 tin
Ixbed. Kh iiianuiitvturei! by the mot fklll
ful an 1 cxpi rluiiced in-y lianlch, at the cule
brted ItCMivr.io.v Aii.Moiiv, li.io.v, . .
Chleujio Oilier, i'a.-lale street.
si (iii.viu
DR. HANSOM'S
HIVE SYRUP .AND TOLU
Oil
HOIST IE Y" SYBUP
Dr. Cox's lllvelCrnup; Synqi has been
known and tiseil by the medical piofcs-lon
ocr 1W years, ami as n remedy lor Cold
and Coughs ha- uu older and btntcr rep -nation
than uny oilier Cough medicine i vir
ollercd to the public. It Is known a the
Compound .-) nip ol Squills, and a loriiiul.i
may be loiiml In eery medical dl-puli-alory.
It. Kausom'n HUe syrup and 'loin. Inail
ititlou to the Itirctlieuta lor Cox's Hive
.Mrup. contain. It. il-am ot 1'ulu, decocllou
ot .-kunk C.'ililMK" """t ami Lobelia, a eulu
binailou tint mint eoumicnd It toeery one
:l,a(1,rcrior remedy lor Croup, Whoopn il-
(.oUkii, Animua, iironenius. coughs
an
Coldr, Indeed lor all atlectlons of the Throat
and I.ungi when u couli medicine 1-nece-ary.
This ay nip iscarclully prepared under
the personal direction ol a regular Physi
cian ol over twenty year' practice, who.-o
iKnature I altacheil to the direction" on
the bottle.
Its Uitu is very pleasant and children
like it.
Kvcrytamily should keep it a! a leady
remedy for Clotlps and Cold-, etc., anions
the children.
D. IUx.hom, Son .t Co., Propr'", lluiralo,
X. Y.
DR. .1. E. MILLER'S
t NlVKItSiU
iMAGNETJC balm.
'rill- nii'dlcliic mar wllh propriety be
called an "Universal llcmedy," a" it Is fa-t
super-edliiif all others as a general tauilly
medicine, it cures as if by MAOXi TIC
IXFI.l h.Nl'K. Xeiiralfcla and allpalu.amlls
thereloro very iiroperiy termed ".Maijnetlc
ltalui." ltliurely a vegetable prcparatbli.
It has no eoual n a remedy lor Cholera,
Cholera Morbus, Dial rlnea, Dyentary, Colic
and all How el Complaints.
It tinieiv ii-c will cure Colds, Croup,
Diphtheria, (julny, and all Throat affec
tions. When properly Used. Fever and Asue.and
other complaints incident to our western
and southern clinmte ",are easily broken up.
..rvnii, l-.iln. Sick. Headache, and Hlltll-
mati-m are cured by this medicine when all
others have failed. Toothache, F.araeho.
Hum-, Chilblains and limine are relieved
at once by its ue.
The genuine has I). Hanotn .t Co. pri
vate Kuveuue Mump on the out.-lilu.ainl Dr.
J. H. Miller's Magnetic Halm blown in the
bottle.
Kxamluo closely and buy none but tho
L'cmilue.
Mild by all Dnife'lst... Price 2S cents per
bottle.
D. Haxm,Son .t Co., Projir's. Ilull ilo,
N, . .Ian. Us-w-Ot.
Assignees Sale
Oiii-i'iistrnrc, Cliina, (;iii"w:iic, l!ocl;.
cnhuiii nnd Yellow Waro. Stiini'WiUT,
Cliiiui Oi'iiiiiuciitxiiud Toy s, Fancy
Ii'immI-, riult-iluarc, Talilc nnd
Pml.i'1 Cutlery, Lamp-, Luiip
Chimneys LiiinpTi-luiuiIni;,
I.onlMnir lilusses, etc.
Ill fact every kind or nooils ticlonallie; lo a
Fust 'ia-"
QUEEINSW All I)
For tho nevt sixty day- ;i win oner the
above kokI" at and below co-t.foi'ca-h only ,
The uooils must bo soldlo cloo the concern.
Clo-e buvers aro especially Invited, either to
cr.nio and see for them-eles or send their
orders. In ellherease I guarantee ati-faction
.1. T. tiiom vs.
Assignee ofl'aron, luvis jc co.
Calm. III.. April IS. IS 74.
HoM. Wood & Oo
linOUIDGK AYKNUI-:
LADELA1UA, J'MNN.,
Fountains, Vase., Animals. I run SI
Lump Posts, Stable Flltlngs,
Stairs,
vire uoris.
I OAST, WHOURHTfc WlltK HAILIN(!S
NKW'amllMltOVIlPDCHAIHfonlieNtres,
Concert aud.U'eturuJHalls.
Ami n General Absoitinonl of Oina-
inoutal Iron mirk.
Ktllmatea and devlena sentnn Htipllcsllnu,
dating Uie class ol work tiesireu,
o-t-n-eoa-u
HESJJLL'ia JL-lL ,w
Don't Buy
I'KTI 1. VOU II.1VK
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
OTJXl 3TJC3w
AVI)
LOW DE'J5SiDI-VOIK
A wo lmvo VI (i(M)l) KKASONS
thoy wllldoy. ur work.
why
aricic AN) EASY,
OMAL' MM UJjlWlA.
Thoy ao cheap to buy,
They ire best to uie,
Thoy bako ovenly and quickly,
Tholr operation ia perfect,
Thoy haye alwny n gool d mf t,
They are made of tho lio-t iuslnris.1,
They rOMt porfeetly,
They rcquiru t iillittlo fuel,
They nro very low prie d,
Thoy aro easily managed,
They aro suited to nil localities,
Kvery itovo niiHtnuttd to j;lvo
b'ntisfiiction.
CO
00
K0M IIV
Excelsior Maii'fg Co
st, i. oris, mi,
AND IIY
r.w. niixin.iisox, rnim, iin.
(i- r-I.Vw-ni.
MI.sOL'llI STATU liOTTKK V.
LlQALUr.I) 11T tiTATX i-UTIIOHITV AKII
DUAWN IH l'UIILIU II HT. LoUIS.
Grand Single Nuuibir Scheme.
00,000 NUMBIUH
Class C, to hb Uuawn Karch "1, 187
6,880 Prir.es, Amountln'cto i.lUo.000.
1 l'rlmuf .W,(..j
-a
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ot
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of
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cf.. .
10.0UO
, :,wo
e,uuo
1,600
l.OAl
UM
Hi)
Ticketi 10; Hall TlckoU, ! Quarter
TlckeU, J3 00.
Oar lott-rl r cbttUitJ br the tjltU. ti
iXwijn arwo tl th lime iitms.l. tnJ ll Urw
ino Mm uoJr ttt upsr-liooD or sworu coin
nil.tiontri-
1 he offi. ijl ilrauin lull 1 'ul.li linl in lh "I
IMiit JUjen alKl u ri,py of Uruit riti lo hji, h4-or
ol I" lets
Ol .l. cimilir hf me the Isil ilJ o ry
month Outing tie ear I
Pcmit at uur rnV. liy pot office money oriler. p-,!'-tere.1
letter, droft t r cit.re. enJ for trcuUr
AJ.Ire. MCRRAV, MIl.l.KK I O.,
I - O lt Jllr. fet IahiU, Mo.
io? is osroa- true
that
Dll. 11ULTZ
IS DKAl).
III'. IS STU.I. I.MIN4J AM) IN ( All!
llinollicc an!iltspenary at
no. '-2 i:k; Utii stkkbt,
Ilet. CoMimerelal anl Wsningto3 avenues
It Is true, the tloitir is ono of the oldest
pliyslelaiis of tho ite, and hi- diploma,
Hint limits in his ti ; shows that he has
been Hi years in thf rofe"slon. Ho Is doiiiK
a larncr olllco jirawlci than any other phy
sician, treating allllids of chronic discuses
ot the human systcn, inch a" old ulcers, ami
all diseases of tliu1 km, humors and blood
pol'jons; also distisr- of tho throat; al-o
ull diseases ot timers of years stuudliu::
also artllielal eyoi inserted; tlstula cured
without tho u-e ola millo ; eaucers cured
liVthL-upplleallou.ruiedlclnes; pimples 0U
tl'ie (ace lemoMJ; all miliary disease
cure I ; all form-inl venereal and private
dl-e.t-escured iu'lir shortest time ; setula
weakneis and sdf.jb'.ise cured In a shor
It Is scll-ovidrit tUt physician treatin
cases tor twcutvt years actiuires t'reat
All eonsiiltatldis lOiitldentlcal, in portoa
or by leitua. . ,
meilleliiM (unlshed nt olBce In
liMi'iti.l liAvinHtii.Tz.
IV.SHU.VNtK
N. HUGHES,
-
C.
General Insurance Agent
ol'FKi:
Ohio l.evio, over Maihus i UlilV.
hut ftnt-rht 6bnymnV
rt'prrftit'il-
INSURAN.C1C.
-KstaumkiiehIn-.S.
Sullonl, Morris & Candco,
INSUHANHR AUKN'T.S,
"! Ohio Ia-veo, Uity iNational Hank
Huildinu;, CAlito, HiiA
The oldest established Al-uu'V I" .Southern
Illinois, rcpieM ntiiiif otr
$65,000,000.00.
thecn In all f
ot
V. 3
0
The t-ny iclmblo (lift Distribution in thn
,.uiilry.
$100,000 00
v'ALUABLH; GIF
To bo distributed In
IN
rs
L, D, SINE'S
llth itn.Mt.A.s.st'At,
To lio drawn Saturday, duly, 4lh, 187
CUANI)
OA1MTAL
IN COLD!
I'KI.K
One Vrhe $5,000 In Slit or!
Five l'rir.et 1,000 oach in Oroonbncki
Kivo I'rir.os 600 each in (Jrwonlmrks
Ten I'rliO'S 100 cneh & (ireenlmclis
Two Family Carriages and .Matched Hort-
with .--iller.Mounteil Ilanii';-, wollh
8I.WK1 each!
Two lluili-s, Hnr.-e,.Vc.. wnrlh i(W) each
Two Pine-tolled llo-ewood Plaeo, Wollh
t .Vsj each !
Ten e'aiuily Scwlm: Machines - worth
1100 each
l.i'XI Hold and Silver I.evcr lliiulliiK Wntctics
Hit all.lwnrh from tA to ."JK) each!
Gold cfcalli", bllver-waro, .Jewelry, Ac., Ac.
NUMiiKit uv (HrTa 10,000. Tickkth lim
ktki to hi,(hi.
AOKNTS WANTKD TO KHLL TICKKT.S
to whom liberal premiums will be paid.
si.Ndt.K Ttcr.ETii 82; Six Tickits fio
1'WKt.VK TlCKKT.M UK)' TWK.YV-r'IVK
T1CKKTS SlU
Ctrcuiara containing a lull list ot pnzes.
it description ol the manner of drawing, and
other Information In refcrrence to the dis
tribution, will lie sent to any ono oriierinj;
lliein. All letteia milsl lie aiiurcssiMi lo
MAI.N.OKFIOI!. L. D. ItOX Ni,
101 W. Kllllt St. CINCINNATI. (.
Vulcan Iron Woiik
UOMM KUUIA L A VKX U H,
OITOSITB .
NIM'lll NTHKKr.
JO UN T. RENNIE, Pr
FO U NDKY.
MACHINE SHOT
FoiWKrt ANl l'll'E FlTTINO,
NTKA ft I'.NdIN KM, MI 1. 1., NTKAM IUA'I
tt A.CKiniTElS.'X"
Manufactured and repaired.
Special attention lvcn to light and heavy
forging, house, brldKC. railroad and Jail work
and all work of a similar character.
Steam and ks UttiiiK' in all Its branches.
A full assortment ol Morris, Tasker .t Cd'i
Philadelphia pipe and fittings. Hra-s goods
etc.. and iras fixture alwavs on hand.
l'll'INt; OF HOUSE KOU OAa
UAI)K A bl'KCIALTY.
Agent for Cameron s special steam pumr
and boiler tecder. The be-t iivtmitactured.
Coil's patent syphon pumps, and Judsoui
patent governor and governor valve,
The tollowlng clique.", etc. for wilo :
Two ateaiubout eimlnes. 1M inch bore of
cylinder; live ftet stroke, and In good owei.
tine steamboat shall and crank; wrot Iron
One endue for hoisting freight; 7J. Id.
Olio IliXin saw mill engine, with shall and
.......L- tnr miilv or L-aiiir saw. second h.illtl.
One new 7X12 engine; my own manulic-
'"aIso, a secind-hand stavo cutting ma.
chine ami jointer, and warehou-e heMlng
niauhlue, In good older. ,,,., , , ,
Kuglncs ami macuinery oi an miiusuuuhui
and sold
i.i .11111:11.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
di:ai.i:iis in
LUMBER
OK AM. KISIIS, HAItl AND KOI'T,
lveep constantly on hand
FLOORING! SIDING.
also, LATH.nz:z:
Conner 3lth Street
ami Ohio Lovee.
Mill ami Yard
WALL &, ENT,
.Vlanufacturcr" and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
CAIRO, ILLS.
POPLAlt.OAlC, OYlMtUH. ASH, OUM
AND t;ilTtliwtaio, .tuh
i'AOKU LU Mil Kit.
DUKSKI) PINK, AbH AN U POl
LAH VLOOKINO, OKILNU AND
SIDlNtl.
iTtrillllioat saw mill oueoriier of Tyen-,
ty-secoid street and Ohio J.evee.
i lfj0.rj-2l.tf
7 i i .tt&fWiK Bzab
f tWV S t. jtrMM li.
V. . ' -,JCr r-w Hit iHKI BBTT J
MOTT'S
LIVER PILLS!
An old nhvslclan once laid tint nru. u
dlseasev nrlKlnato Iroin a ntiKASKti coNtit-
iiiin or tub i.ivkk, nnu llils statement Is
tflle.althnuzh It may at lirli teem iuia n
exaggeration. When the Ltvu ts out ol or
der the whole system and Ivery oriran and
function sutler more or Icsi In Cou-etoictice.
In the luclplent stnges ol theiliseae a man
II01.S X0T K.NOiV WHA1 AILS HIM.
Ho I" moody, restleH and ilpoiidenl;anil
that I" the tluio to take :t rUMI'l.r. HKMKIiV
that will rejfori! It in to he Ith.
IN A SINGLE DAY,
and prevent a whole train t dl-ca-cs that
may follow.
MOTT'S LlVKlt PILLS cure torpidity of
the Liver.
.MOTT'S LlVF.U PILLS gives tone to the
stomach,
MOTT'S LIVKIl PII.L3 elean.i- the v
lelu id bile.
.MOTT'S LIVIIlt FILL1; drive out febrile
allcrllnii".
ill) IT'S LlVHlt PILLS strengthen the
whole system.
MOTi's, LlVKlt PILLS reLMililc the
LiVer. and are mure reli:iMe us :i t.Uer imil.
Ii'lne lliunaiiy of the mineral preparations
IllVt llOMlltlK II M!M tii x noon.
l or sale by all drmtglst-. Price cent
per iiov,
JOHN P. IIKNltY, CUItltAN.SrCO., 1'ro
prletdr-. H and H College Place, New York.
M). 21. - Utl-O--IW.
A TOW IDEM
wiLSorr
SHUTTLE
So"wiiigMacliiiio
FOR
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
luSewiElacuiiie
THE BEST 1NTHEWQRLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio Swe Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Expedition;
St. Louis Fair ,
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair;
A Nil
Georgia State Fair ;
TOR BEING
The Best Sewing
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct .
COMPETITION.
For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, filiating, & Stitching
fine or heavy Goods, it is i
unsurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Foad Station of
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sowing
Machines for Sale.
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,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Miscellany.
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Set m Mine
CLEVELAND OHIO.,
SMI
I'roupcctas Tor 1874 i EVEXTM Till
THE ALDINE.
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, UBtrttMlly
admitted to ba Die handsomest period
leal tn the World. Arepresenutir
and champion of American tastf
Mt ron 3ai.i i w j)ook ou ifxwi flnfci
The Aldlnr, tvhlln iMtled Willi all the ttf
iilarlty, has none of the temporary or tin
ly Interest characteristic or ordlnarr part-
omc.ii'. itlsnn eleeant mtice anvoi our
iiRMand irracelul literature; and a colleo-
tlOtl Ol tdCltiroa h nnln..
tl'tlo skill, In. bWk and white. Altbtucb
each succeeding number afforda a. ih
pleasure to It friends, the real valna and
jcatltv of 'l'he Aldlno will be moat r.nr.ri.
nted aflor It has been bound up at the close
ot the year. While other publications may
claim superior tncapness. as compared with
rivals of n similar class, tho Aldlna la an un
i'lito and original conception alone and uu
approached absolutely without concept'"
in price or character.
AllT DKl'AltTMKNT, 1874.
Tho Illustrations of the Aldlne have w.
a world-wide reputation, and in the art cen
tres ol Kurope It Is an admitted fact that
Its wood cuts aro examples of the highest
perfection "over ntuineu. The commor
prejudice In favon' "steel plates," Is rap
Idly yielding loa w... (educated and dlV.
crlmlnattnir usto which rccOKiilzcs the ad
vantages the advantages or superior artistic
quality with greater facility of production.
The miartcrly tinted platesfor lffl willbe
by Thos. Moran and .1. 11. Woodward.
The Ohrtstmas Issue lor 1874 will eontaln
railal .la.lHna AppropilKUl 0 tll SsaSOU,
by our best artists, and will surpass tn at
tractions any ol Its predecessors.
I'KKMIUMS F01U874.
Kvcry sutisartTJtT to tho Aldine lor tti
year Is, 4 will rccelvo a pair of chromos
I ho oriKinal pictures were painted in oil la
tli publisher of tho Aldlne, by Thotna
Moran, siji,u groat olorado pictures and
purchased by congress for ten thouand
dollars. I lie subjects were chosen to rep.
rosent ten thouajid dollars. The sublccta
w.?.fe c''0Bcn..to "'I'W'eut "The Kast" and
" Ihu West." Olio Is a view In the While
Mountains, New Hampshire ; tho other
ijlvi's the Clltrs of Oroen river, Wyoralnt
territory. The chromos are each workod
Iniiu thirty distinct plates, and are In size
l(-2xl(J) and appearance exact facsimiles ot
the originals.
Nwaiik. N. J.. Sept. 20. 1873.
Messrs. .Tames button ft io. ,
(Jk.nti.k.me.v I am delighted with the
proofs in color ol your chromos. They are
wiindorlully successful representations by
mechanical process of the orfglnalpalnUngs.
y ery rcspeciiuuy, Titos. Moran.
Tlic.-e chromos are In every sense Amtrt-
ean. 'I hey aro by an orlnal American pro-
ccpj, with material ol American maoutac
ture, from doslgns of American scenery by
an Amorlcan painter, and presented to sub
ocrlbers to tho Urst succebiful American
rt Journal. If no better because ol all
this, they will certainly possess an Interest
no foreign production can Inspire, and nei
ther are they any the worse if by reason ot
peculiar racinties or production they coil
the publishers only a trifle, while eoual In
every respect toother chromos that are sold
slnglv lor doubl9 the subscription price of
tho Aldlne.
If any subscriber should Indicate a urc-
fcronco for a figure subject, the pabllsbere
will send "Thoughts ol Home" a new anl
bcntlful ehromo, llxtM Inches, representing
:i little Italian extio wnoso speaKing eyes
betray the loulnits ot bis heart.
per annum, In advance, with Oil Ohrc
moa iroe.
For 550 cknts xxtka, the cbromci.
mounted, varnisliud. and prepaid by mall;
The Aldine will, hereafter, be obtainable
only by subscription. There will no be re
duced or club rate; cash for uubscripttons
must be sent to me piioiisuera uire.ct, or
handed to the local canvasssr, without re
sponsibility to tho publishers, except tn
cafs where the certificate Is given, beanu
the f aclmlle signature ol James Mutton x Oe.
CAXVASSKItS iKAJiTt'I).
.to y. wistiInK to act pennansntlr
as a local canvasser will reeeive lull and
lironinf inuruiatiofi oy aiiiying to
JA.UK3 dutton oc uo., Publishers.
KH Mxldun I,nn Knw ToV
BELFAST GINGER
ALE!
"COCK OF THE WA.LKI"
Andrew lihr desires to let the people
know that he is Mill living ami doing busi
ness at bis old t.iiid In Cairo, and is ready to
reeehe wiv order from the city or country
fur Soda Water, Cider, Ale, and St. Louis
Iteer.
lie lias al-o commenced tho manufacture
of the celebrated Belfast Uiuger Ale. which
l put up In soda water bottles, and laths
tliu'st beverage ever yet manufactured for
family u-e. aUW-lm ,
Contur Mnliuent.
Tho" great discovery of til
as;e. There Is no pain which
u t;niaiir i.ioiniem wuioot
relieve, no swelling which it
wlllnot subdue, and no lame
ness which It will not cure
lta.Tbls Is strong language, but
I fa trim. Itl tin hnmntlir-
yiWrr. (bo rai is printed around
each botUo, A circular containing ceitlO-
:atea ot wonuenui cures oi lueumausoi
neuralgia, IncW-Jaw, sprains, swellings,
burns, scalds, caked-breasta, poisonous
bites, froon teot, gout, saltrUeum, ear-ache
Ac, and the recipe ot the Llnimont will ba
tent gratis to anyone. It Is the most won
derful healing and pain rclievtm: agent tha
world has ever producd. It ecus as no ar
llclo ever before did sell, and i sells because
It doeslusl what It pretends to do. One bot
Uo ol the Centaur Liniment for animals
(yellow wrapper) Is worth a hundred dot
jars for spavined, strained or galled honei
ml mules, and for seww-worm in sheep.
No family or stock-owner can afford to be
without centaur wniwem. rnci, ou earns:
aegr bottles, . J. 11, Hose Co., 63
llroadway, New York. .
CASTOItIA ts more than a aunsutute tor
Castor Oil. It is the only SArK article la
existence which is sure to regulate the Dow
el, cure wlndcollo and produce natural
sleep. It Is pleasant to take. Children need
noi cry ami ma uBi.aT .m. .
THEiPARKESQDI
sp "
srm sTAMff otnaMsW
, PARKER.BBiM
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