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Id 1ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS &. CO.,
TtkHpeit pleasur In anuotinclng that
they are bow prepared to supply ever) body
nili Iske lee of the very best quality, either
at their hones or at the Mores. Orders
alsould b left at the offlce, o. 00 Ohio
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wholesale and Ilct9.ll Dealer lo
PUKE LAKE 10B,
Cairo, Illinois, end Columbus, Kentucky.
Cairo offlce at Htilen A WllsonV, corner
Twelfth street ami Ohio levee.
We will run an Ice wagon throughout the
eaaou, dcllrerlog pure lake Ice iu any pert
ff the city at the lowest market prler, and
ottl also furnish our friends outude tho city
Willi Ice bv the cake or car lod, packed In
WW dunt.ior shipment to any distance,
ea 0 i-2rt-tf
I take pleasure in calling
tho attention of tho public to
my fesh and full stock ot
new and elegant Furniture, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Bedsteads, Wadrobos, Bu
reaus. Sideboards, Wash-
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose offering bettor
goods at lower prices, and
have made a large redxtion
in the prices of rU my goods.
Call and examine my stock
and secui'e an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade I offer special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale and Rotail Dealer iu Fur
niture and Matrasses.
To the Editor of Tub 1Sui.u-.tin:
Kstkkmkd Fiiiknd: You will pleaso In
form your reader that I have a posltlu'
CURE FOIt CONSUMPTION
and all disorder of tho Throat and Lung,
and that, lir Its use in my practice, I lime
cured hundreds of cases, and will glw
for a case it will not benefit. Indeed, k
strong I my faith, 1 will send u .AMri.K,
sack, to any Millcrer addressing me.
Pleaso show this letter to any ouo you may
know who is Buffering from those illseaes,
and oblige, faithfully Your-.,
DR. T. F. BURT,
Q William Ml. Mew York.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OT AM. KINDH, HARD AND BOl'T,
. Keep constantly on hand
Mill and Y
Conner 3-Uh Street
am! Ohio Leree.
WALL &. ENT,
Manuratturew and Dealers in
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
POPLAB.OAK, OVPitUH, ASH. GUM
AND COTTONWOOD. U1.
DREKD PINK, Abll AND POl'.
LAR PLOOR1HQ, OKILNQ AND
larOfflce at saw mill ou corner or '
ty-Mcond street and Ohio Levee.
This is the only Professional "II rihi an
Itrtog Hand'' lu BoillUcrn Illinois, aud It i
iowidydwepartd'to furuUb music
w &naPrties of all kinds.
,' Ti d." Wmit,ad?r. r d. O. JIODtw, Sec'y
.. 1 All oonannlcations nhoulif bo addressed
" the Heeretary. Conservatory of Music,
... imcr 'l'illlh iInui ml w..i,i.,
U WW I... WMW I I WWII IIIIUII
OAlitO LOCAL NEWS.
to take from us a thousand bill
paper and finely printed, for
"One thousand statements printed at The
Hrtr.Ti.v offlec for f.i.M.
One thouiand note bead' printed at Till
Bulletin onice for (4.00: twotheusaud tor
One thouiand business cards, due Bristol
board, printed at Thk Bullktin ofllce lor
from to tji.uu, according to size.
"WEDNXSDAY.JUNE 24, 1874.
Bids for building two muitc itindi for
the uso of tho bandi during tho lumtner,
will be received until 0 o'clock this eve
rt log, at the office of
II. t . islake, doc y. oi uommiueu.
Kr.T. II. B. TttXTEB. This gonlloman
left yesterday for tho Ilocky Mountains
to reouperate. lie will roam tho wilder
ness andebua tho tliet iw with his
quiver and hls'how.
1 . . . r-T
Hitivrn TRtr. Mr. and Mrs. L'hl left
Monday night on the stoamor Orand
Towor for St. Kuuts, en route for a'watcr
ing placo In Wisconsin.
Faoit Knouaiid. Tho family of Mr.
Baughen arrived j'oitorday morning from
England, and are stopping at the St.
Oood. Mr. JamQS Pbillls has rocetved
the appolntmont'of mail agent on the
Cairo and Viocennes railroad, Wo aro
glad ot it. Pbillls is' a good man for tho
Gitti.no O.v.- Kei Mr. Waller Is get
ting better slowly. His physicians say be
must not preach for months. Tie will
probably tako a trip north when he has so
far recovered that he can travel.
Got It. Houpt, the sllrer-halrod
jeweler, got a transit4 observation of the
sun yesterday. He bas tbo tlrao to the
thousand part of a sooo'nd. He has also
received K. of P., T. O. O. P., and A.
P. and A. M. pins ami charms.
Ueh Position. C. C. Burleigh do
liverod a sound, instructive and eloquent
locture lul night, at thoTilbaral Uellgloui
Association ruoms, on tbo subject of
"Woman's Position in tho State." Ho
will continue it on next Tuesday night;
Five great golden chariots and tableau
cars, drawn by Flemish horses, and sixty
of the smallest and prettiest pontos in tho
world, can be seen only in John llobin-
son's great public procession, Cairo, June
Urkit Hkidcie Cklcuratiox. Doc
tor Clarke "Whlltier, C17 St. Charles
street, St. Louis, will be in his otlice, tho
ttrit wuk in July, from 8 a. tu. to P p. m.,
excopt during tho movement of the great
procession. Many will avil themselves
of half railroad fare to visit the city.
Cikcuit Court. Tho case of Hurd vs
the First National Bank coutinues to
draw its slow length along with wnnderfol
slowness, ou. C. N. Hughos was put on
the stand yesterday morning, nnd when
court adjourned last night ono of the at
torneys In the easo Informed him that
they were not through with him yet.'
Tho case will undoubtedly tako up tho
greater part of the week.
Tub Hamitos Scakdal. Wo bavo
been requested to publish Mr, Patterson's
statement of the Hampton scandal writ
ten in reply to Mrs. Hampton's denial of
her husband's guilt. "Wo can not under
stand that any good woiild rosult Iroin
such a publication, and w regret that any
statement of the Ultby affair got into ou
columns. It would not have dene so. if
the paragraph containing it bad passed
undorour observation. If Hampton is
guilty of the chargo ho is a monster, and
Patterson should turn loose upon him tho
law ; but to air tho scandal In the papers
can result in no possible good.
Band Concerts. The gentlemen In
slramon'.al In organizing a series of open
air concerts, havo collected enough money
to pay fur tho lumber and ;tbe labor of
putting up two stands ono in the opon
spaco at tho corner of Division street and
Washington ayeuue, and another on tho
old market house space at the corner of
Tenth street and Washington avenue.
Both bands, as has already been stated,
have signified their willingness to each
give ono concert in each weok alterna
tely up and down town. Wo understand
the work of putting up tho stands will bo
commenood without further delay.
The School Comtrovirst, A corres
pondent, "Fenn," writing in tho 'Sun' of
la.t night, deals in certain generalities
that do not oven glitter. In most of his
conttuslons wo concur , but what has his
geueraimes so uo wttu our schools? II
he has objection to th course ot itudy,
why does he not not say so? If ho has
oomplalnt to make abjul any teacher
why does he not name him or her and
complain to a purpose? Why Indulge In
The communication of "Argo" in an
other column of this issue of The Uul-t-KTiM
Is more to the point. It charges
that lie graduating class of '71 was a
fraud-a show-a display. There was not
one member of that dais unknown tu th
citizens of Cairo, and that all hi members
owe what they huyo learned to the public
cuuun oi miiQiiy, svoryuouy is aware,
The "g'aduatlng" exercises were a show,
and, not an unprofitable ono eithor. It In
Jurod nplody, and, Its tendency was to koep
alive an Interost la the schools.
The completers most be inoro definite.
Let us bavo all the grumbling at once,
but let us Lava it la soma other form than
Inueadoti and hints,
Ohio Levee. Tho city authorities
should repair Ohio levoo street at once.
It Is as billowy as the river on a windy
day, and buggy rider who pass along it
aro rocked so persistently that they be
come sea sick. A few day's labor and a
few loads of gravel would put this street
Into good order. If the council could get
down inordinary business and givo our
streets a llttlo of its attention we have no
doubt the teamsters and carriage drivers
would rise up and call tho mombers
blessed. As It is, they rise upandswoar
at thorn with enthusiasm.
The Mator and the Stranoe
Women. Mayor Wood, has remarked,
that tbo person who Informed the lady of
the name of ".lane.Anu" that hagavetho
order In relation to strange women re
ported by her, was eithor a romancer or
had been misinformed. What his honor
did ordor was this: "That the police
should discontinue arresting tho inmates
of bouses of tll-famc, or should collect from
them tho Ones imposed as well as the
costs." Wo understand tho mayor to
asjert that theso women are arrested and
lined, but that only tbo costs aro collected
that tho city doos not rocelvo the fines.
If Ibis is truo if tho mayor has not boon
misinformed his order was vory propor;
but is ho sure that Judges Brossand Bird,
I'll. Attnrnnv W.U ''"
mcors arrest ttoio women lor no otuor
purpose than to obtain costs from them
that these otlicors allow Hoes due tho city
to bo lost lo tho city ? Wo are confident
els mistaken. And now it Is in order
for the olllcors upon whom this suspicion
as been cast to riso and explain.
Doas. The 'i'un' man is one of thoio
creatures who cannot bo ploaseJ, and who
on the dog question Is as unreasonable as
Sambn who has six dogs and supports
them all on an income of three or four
nickles a wook. If tho crack of the
officer's gun is not heard ho immediato'y
alses bis voico and demands that the dog-
killing shooting shall bo commenced and
continued until all the curs are killed;
but when tbo ofllcer proceeds to tbo work
ot canino slaughter, then ho raises
thevotcoof lamentation and sheds tears
over tho gushing blood of tbo expiring
Fidoes. As for Tin Bulletin, its voico
is for slaughter. We have endured nights
of anguish, have boon snapped at by dogs
of high and low degreo, and barked out of
a thousand slumbers. Wo theroforo de
mand ocoans of canine blood large
oceans of it. Cairo bas been disgraced by
the numorous dogs that have infested
Its streets. Tho stranger saw as many
on our sidewalks as he could
ee on the streets of a Camancho village,
worthless curs, that barked and snapped
at the passers by in the day time and at
night. We bavo been compelled to get
out of bed and frighten droves of dogs
from boforo our door at night before our
children or any person in the house could
sleep. If men had made as much noise as
the dogs, they would have been arrested,
Imprisoned and lined as disturbers of the
peaco, but being dogs they were allowod
to mako night hideous. And now that
somo of tbo noWloit aro boing kllleJ, the
'Sun' raises a piteous wail, and pleads for
mercy (or the damnablo noise-making
Site Water. Whou we have nosipo
water then we Cairoltes profess tho be
ltoftbat we will nevor again be aflllcted
with it ; and whon tho Hoods havo come
contrary to and in utter disregard of our
hopes, wo make light of them and declare
with a laugh that the water Is not doep,
that it is most all rain water, that wo
would rather bavo it with us than net,
that it is healthy, and so forth ; but, in
truth, we don't like sipo; we hate It
bate it as we hato poison and Paducah,
and, when tho water is with us, we wbis
piringly inform oacb other that "this
must be proventod in tbo future;" but as
soon at our ark t found lodgment
upon the Aararet of craw-flsb, we begin
to assure ourselves again that sipo water
don't hurt, and to "Poob f pooh I" it.
This is not tho part of wisdom. We are
suro some plan can bo suggested by some
body to provent sipo wator from annoying
us; but such a plan will not fall Into our
laps rcady-rnado and oxecutod. It must
be studied; somebody must do tho work
nocessary to furnish tho solution of tbo
sipo water abolishing problem; some
body must load in this investigation.
Who? Wo don't know, but aro cloarly
of the opinion that the council should glvo
some attention to tbo matter. Tbo mayor
could select out of that bodv a committee
of three sensible gentlemen we know wo
could which could, if it would givo to
the sipo water question the proper con
sideration, furnish a report In relation
to tho sourco of sipo wator and tbo most
feasible plan to obviato it, upon which in
telligent action might bo based.
PitiNTiNU. The city council refused at
first to give tho oontract for printing to
Davis and Oberly for $420 a year because
the price was too high. Then the council,
as usual, changed its mind, and mado D,
and O, give a bond of $2,000 that they
would executo a contract to do the work
for that amount. The council almost
unanimously rsfusod to adopt a resolution
offered by Aldorman Halllday that tho
contract with D. and O. should run from
the first of Juuo 1874, to
the first of June 1875, and re
solved that It should run for ono yoar
from tho dato of a contract to be made.
A contract was mado on tho 10th of
June, and then tho mayor and council
fell Into, a frenzy bocause tho contract did
not run In accordance with Halliday's
resolution. Mayor "Wood was attacked
by a tremor, and went In searoh of Davis
to embrace him ; Saup cast bis despairing
eyoi to heaven and wondered what his
constituents would say ; waldor cried for
the wings of a pigeon that ho might lly
away and be at rest from the annoying
tricks ol tho printers and tho affection of
James Garland ; Nellls arose in his might
and swore, and was relieved; Mathuss
was dumblouuded, and dldu't know
whether It wis a trick of Scyl'.a Taylor or
Obarybdli lUllldsy ; Thlsllewood becamo
speechless atl fell Into deep thought
These Lad all voted, with tho negatlvo
IfcKwon, spitoit allowing tbo contract to
commence 4j the 1st Inst., and suddenly
bad becomdaware of the fact that their
action woult allow Thk Bulletin to
charge full "rites for tbo fragment of a
month that tbo city would be compelled
by theicahorUsig&ted pervorsenoss to pay
about one. hundred dollars for printing
done In piialsen days. Fearful that Lis
honor wou'd do a doiperato act ; anxious
to mollify jaUp and make bis record fair;
determine! to not lave the Intelloatual
Walder mtuntlng on pigeon wings; re
solved to nit tear the mind of Nellls Into
shroads ; de,lrous of keeping Mathuss olf
Scyllaandoit of thi maw of Charybiis,
we kindly on sen led to havo tho contract
dato from Ike 1st) and then a calm foil
upon tbo aUermanlS world.
AT MT. VKltNUN.
Wo have, fir many years, boon Im
pressed by the fact that lawyers, as a class,
are saltish and exclusive. Lately this fact
bas been vory forcibly brought to our at
tention. aiual Ot our roadtrt aiiun auiu jtiu
ningbam, of this city. Ho is an Ohio
man ono of that numerous class of rest
less spirits Ilka Aldorman Waldar, who
have allowed tho impulse to "movoon and
upward" lead thorn to the west. Ho has
uoon a noneman, anu uas lor yoars lid n
woll known in tho community as a hack
man ; Indesd, ho was the first Cairo! to who
had tho enterprise to purchase backs and
employ thsm for tbo benefit of the public
During tbo yoirs ho wm driving, bo
was also reading tho horn books of the
law ; to tho crack of his whip ho mur
murod tht definition of law ; when ho saw
field of waving grain bo thought of
really ; vben ho saw a gold watch that
was not istod for taxation, bo thought
about pcnonalty ; In short, all bo saw and
hoard suggested to his mind something
connected with tho profession bo had
chosen the profession of the law. Ho
visited tht courts, circuit and county, and
bung up cu tho wisdom of our lawyers'
lips, drawirg at the same time infortna
tion from tnoso of Judges Baker and
ltroiJ. He mastered and bocarno learned
in tbo ptla iples of the law.
Ho thore'oro appllod for admission to
the bar; bit at tho late torm of tho su
premo cou:t of the state, bold at Mt
Vernon, hi right to be oxamlned wts
denied. Hi bad not served as a student
in the otlict of a licensed attornoy during
two years; isd thorotoro bo was denied
the right cf taking his placo with tho
members if tbo bar; although, as Judge
Tannor renarked, he is a man of tblrty-
twoyearsof ago, and could lick up most
of the youn; lawyers In Southern Illinois
as easily as i cow could lick up a hand full
of salt. We agree with Judge Ureese
in saying, tint this is a barUsblp upon
Jil r. Cunniniham, who is evidently in
every way qualified to go to the bar.
In order to rouovo tbo technical ob
jection to bis examination, Mr. Cunning
ham bas cntortd the law otlice of Mullioy
& Son, and is sow our fellow law stu
dent. Ho Ih resolved to removj ail
obstacles in bis way, and become a mas
ter in the profession that has beon
adornod by n Marshall and several other
On. ScuE.srK'a ruLMnsic Syrup, 3ea
Week Tonic, and Mandrake Pill.
Those medicines hive undoubtedly per
formed more cur a) of Consumption than
any other roinedy mown to tho Ameri
can public. They are compounded of
vegetable ingiedlests, and contain noth
ing which can bo injurious to tbo human
constitution. Othu remedies advertised
as euros for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which is a somewhat dangor
ous drug in all casts, and if taken froely
by consumptive patients, it must do great
injury; for its tendency is to confine the
morbid rnattor in tbosystom, which, of
course, must make a euro impossible,
Schenok's Pulmonic Syrup is warrnntod
not to contain a particlo of opium: It Is
composed of powsrful but harmless herbs,
which act on tin lungs, liver, stomach,
and blood, tnd thus correct nil morbid
secretions, and expel all the disoasod mat
ter from tho body. Thcio aro tho only
moans by which consumption can be
curod, and as Schcnck's Palinonlc Syrup,
SeaWeod Tonic, and Mar.drako Pills are
tbo only medicines which oporato in this
way, it is obvlois thoy are tho only gen
uine euro for i'ulri'onary Consumption'
Each bottle of this invaluable modlcino Is
accompanied !y full directions. Dr.
Schonck is professionally at bU principal
oillco, cornor Sixth and Arch streets
Philadelphia, every Monday, whoro all
letters for adIco must bo addressed.
The largest ni.4 beat-selected stock
of FU UN ITU UK tor sale at wholosalo
and rotail by IIEHKY KICHHOFF, No.
115, Commercial avouo,opposito Sevontb
strcdt. 74 0-17-3m
Duuns. For tho tiust pure drugs goto
P, E. Sullivan's, Ccnmercial avenuo near
Tenth stroet. Ptrscriptiona carefully
propared at all bou-s day and night.
Ckiars. For tbi host Cigars and To
bacco in tbo city, go to T, E. Sullivan's,
Commercial avonue, noar Tonth street.
Tho best in tho city. Ol-0-lO-tf.
Just received anl for ealo by Mathuss
it Uhl 20,000 pounJs dear aides, 10,000
pounds hams, 10,UV) pounds shoulders,
20 boxes lemons. BO-C-lO-lt
All the day boarders in the city can
bo accommodated t tho St. Charles
hotel, with flrst-clasi board at second class
ratos. 70 4.10-tf
D. Aiitkh & Co. ire J list rocelvlng tbo
largest and host assorted stock of saddlos,
bridles, harness, etc., over brought to this
Soda AVateb. T E. Sullivan will
glv0 you best glass of soda water to bo
found in the city.
For The bulletin.
Mr, Editor: A correspondent of the
Sun,' In a lata Issue of that paper, makes
some just and some unjust comments upon
members of the graduating class; and I
theroforo deem It necessary to say a few
words In defonse of some of Its membors
In doing so I will give a brlof history of
the "Class of '74." This class did not. as
M'onn" said, consist of five persons, but of
six, and its constituents were not all over
wenly-one years of age, only three being
that old, and thoy wero young ladles, Its
members have not, all of them I, moani
either attendod or taieht other schools.
In theso throe assertions "Penn' does
great Injustice to sevoral persons of tbo
so-called "graduating class, '
Iu history is simply this : Ono mem
ber has attended the high school of Cairo
regularly for four years. IIo took and
completed tbo required courso of study.
In January, 1871, a xocond
member appeared, and, although
ho donlarod that ho was not
fit to graduate, after being asked a num
ber of times by the professor, he at
last consented to become a mombor of tho
graduating class. In April 1874, two
I can say, although ono of them bad not
attended school for sevoral yoars, yot sho
was as woll qualified to graluato as tho
first membor spoken of, I cannot say as
mueh for tbo other young lady. And
finally, on the graduation day, the last
two membors appeared. As for their
qualifications I cannot say, for they did
not even attend the public examination,
required by the rules of the school, which
took place the day before. Theso two
wore tho only porsons who tougbt echo.il,
and were older than the aire established
by law. This, in brief, Is tho history of
the graduating class of '74. "Ponn"
should not havo asserted what he did
with rogard to age, attendance or -ualifi
cation without being sure ho was right
It was, as "Penn" said, a big outsldo show,
to make the people believe that the school
was in a vory good condition. Artuo
A Iiie mombers of Cairo I.odeo
VVMu 237, A. F. A A. M.. are h.roby
Vnotiflod to meet at Maonic ball
Wednesday, Juno '24th, St, John's day, at
6 o'clock a. in. prompt. Tho lodgo vltl
proceed to the ferry boat Three Slates in
a body. Visiting brother cordially ,n
vitod to attend. B. F. Blake, Sec'y,
Allensworth.Lucy Brooks, Bettle
Green, G L
Powers, Mrs Itich
Fowley, Mrs Dan
Hunt, Mrs M
Aines, John II
Heeler, John II
Cates, O G
Dade, It A
Bowman, John J
Davis. S 1.
FalrgrlvH. O B
Farrell, James Flack, Wash
Lindner, John U K
Morgan, K U (2)
Packert, John K
Klcbey. B J
Stein, E J (2)
Woodward, E C
Warron, J W
W. McKtAtu, V. M.
Hlgi;f J W
Kollie, J T
Myers, Wm F
Taylor, O W
Williamson, E C
Charcoal Furnaces at T.J. Keiith'c.
One hundred pieces new prints
Stuart & Gholson's Monday morning.
Something New. Bucks Crystal
llrllllant wiln glass ovon doors, ao oc
casion to havo burnt broad. Call and soe
It at T. J. KKRTH'fl. 87-C-l!t-lf
Thk Best. Wm. Ludwlg, harness
maker, cornor of E'ght street and Com
mercial ovenuo, has tho best supply of
harness, saddles, brldlos, etc., in Southorn
Illinois, and sells thorn as choap as the
Millinery Uoods at Cost. Mrs
Brlggs, Commercial avoriuo, corner Tonth
stroet, wishes to inform the ladies of Cairo
and vicinity that for tho noxt 30 days sbo
will sell hor summer millinery ai cost
PleaBo call and oxamluo hor goods, if
you wish something flno at a low price.
Buc-ciy vok Sale. St. Louis mako;
light, comfortable and easy. Has nover
boon run much. Is in perfect running
order, neither scratchod nor fadod. Will
sell vorv cheap for cash or on tlmo. Also
light slnglo harness, sound a cd good
Apply at Halllday Brothers' oillco, Ohio
levoo. Vi, G. llonniNH,
Notice to Builders. Having startod
up our saw mill again, we aro now pro
pared to furnish all kinds of building
matorial at lower prices, doliverod, than
It can be bought from country mills,
Wo have also on hand two hundred
thousand feot of assorted lusiuer that
was colorod by sipo wator that wo will
soli at from $7 to $10 per 1000 foot.
Wall & Ent.
The oaruer suop ib uu no corner ot
Eighth stroet and Commercial avenuo
where J, door go SUonhouso with bis gou.
tlemanly assistants can be fouud at any
hour of 'tbo day or night, road? to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham,
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you are
sure of receiving first-olass treatment.
Ladles' and chlldron's hair cut or curled
after the ioobI approved styles, 8-16-tf
A GKEAT SACRIFICE.
Twolve yards gronadlno for $1 (and
many other goods at similar prlcea to bo
had nt Daniel Uartman's. UB-G-12-tt
Stuart A Gholson offer a very complete
line of underwear of all descriptions
hosiery, gloves, llnon collars and cuffs,
scarfs and tie. Also a full lino of our
celebrated white shirts, guaranteed to be
tho most perfect fitting and lest made
shirts In tho United States. We take
measures and guarantee n fit. Piicea at
nil times exceedingly low. lOO-O.'Ji-Ot
Having sold out my oillco and practice
to Dr. J. Jonnollc; of DuQuoin, who
will tako possession of tha ofDco the 12th
ot June, I besepqak for Dr, Jennello &
liberal thero of public patronago, I am
well acquainted with him and know hlsf
to bo a first-class dentist, ao would most
oheorfully recommend him to all of my
friends and patrons. G. K.Douolas.
All thoso Indoblcd to me atd all those
having accounts against me are requested
to call nnd scltlo aa 1 havo sold out and
intend going away tho 12th of Juno.
3!l-C4.Ct O. K, DoUULAB.
Mr. O. W. Smith, special agont for tbo
How" M -tit l!nuu,Nr, U no
stopping at tho St. Charlos botet. Tho
company want a first class agont In Cairo,
and Mr. Smith is prepared to offer special
Inducements to one of tbo right kind. The
machine is well known bare as well as In
othor sections of country whore sewing
machines aro In use, and In vier, as well
as by reputation, is tbo very best
and most salable macblno mnnufac
turod. Any person deslrlnc an agency
will pleaso call on Mr. Smith, at the St.
Charles hotol, for a few days. 40 C-i-lf
PICNIC AND EXCURSION.
A Masonic picnic and moonlight ox
cursion will tako placo on Wednesday
Juno 24th, in which all Mason s, tbelr
famllios and friends aro kindly in
vited to pulicipato. The ferry boat
"Three States'1 has boen engaged for tbo
occasion. The boat will bo canvassod
over during tho day to givo those who
may foel Inclined an opportunity to "trip
tho light fantastic." The boat leaves hor
lauding at the foot of Fourth street at pro
ctsoly nine o'clock a. rn., and proceed up
the Ohio rlvor to a point near Grand
Chain, where she will lay fur a few hours
The Delta Uity cornet band and Eison
berg's string band havo boen ongaged for
tho occasion, and will be sure to bo on
hand. The boat will return to the city at
about six o'clock la the evening; and
start again for a moonlight excursion at
8 o'clock. A pleasant time may be an
tlclpated. Tickets for tho round trip, day
and night, only $1.
A. M. Cundh k,
Jam. S. Sway.n t,
Paul G. Sciiuh,
Baskets sent to tho ferryboat In tbe
morning will bu taken charge of by it
committee fur safe keeping.
G C-21-3t Commlttcoof Arrangements
Cairo, 111, Juno 20th, 1671.
Hiving this day sold my stock in trad
to John Madden and ii. I. Kinnur,
ask for them tho patronage bestuwed on
me, and feel justified In assuring to my
customers tie same fair dealing which
tbey bavo bal heretofore.
W, W. Thornton.
All persons knowlog themselvos in
dobted to me will cooler a favor by calling
at my olEco and settling.
"W. "W. Thornton.
lteferrlag to tbo abovo we would say,
having ventured la trade on our own re
sponsibility, wo loliclto tbe patronago of
all porsnns wbo(wish to buy goods in our
lino. Practical experienco justifies us In
saying wo both know andean supply your
wants. Madden !c Kinnear.
O. O. Ilodcn, Director of Consorvato-y
of Music, and Tcachor of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction given in
nil stringed and wind instruments, mo
mentary prlnciplos, thorough bus, bar.
mony and counter point. Unprecedented
inducements offorod, Thoso wishing to
socuro his services will ploaso apply at
tho Conservatory of Music cornor of
Twelfth stroet and Washington avonuo.
Pianos tunod and repairod.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
OFFICE AND VAUD,
10th St bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A largo supply or Pittsburg and Big
Muddy coal constantly on hand, Mtove
wood sawed to order. Orders for real oi
wood should bo left at the office on Tenth
tjbreet. Terms, cash or delivery.
1091 - S"
Irk I We
11 y s
I Ml .1
5 Rife I
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I I Phi co
w IDS 2r
O 11 tS &
in liTI M LD
U a a-i
CnAicOAL in any qualntit to 1
purchasor at T. J. Kerth'a. 87-Clol
The ii est uitkla cigar to be had at s
Ullman'e, "Washington avsnue, xtearTe!
Tbe largest assortment of surnn
hats and caps la the city And for f
mouey at D, Hariman'a, '(J8-0-l2-t
D, AiiTEa & Co. are Just receiving
argest and beat assorted stock of sa4dl
bridles, harness, et.r over brought to t
city. ' ' I
D, AnTiii & Co: are just receiving
largest and best assorted stockrof saddl
bridles, harness, etc.,-ever brought to tl
Hullivan. T. K. Sullivan, solo' ago!
for Fouquett's Celebrated PoifuruAd StarA
of Gloss, tho best srllclo o! tbe kind 1
uso. Price 36 contslper box.
Drik.ii Uufi alo Meat. Five huodrn
pounds dried buffalo meat, just receive;
from Colorado, for, sale by
G. D. WlI.LIAMlON,
14 C-23-Gt No. 70 Ohio levee.
And motalio cases at Wilcox's,, block a
much less than usual prices 45-0-0-tf j
Tkn noiimlt of brown auear for tl : li
fl pounds' best colfeo sugar at II, 4 poundij
of cbolco butler at $1; baking powder lie
por lb; Imperial tea at $1 ; 3) lbs otlee
I, at Wilcox's Block. 107 2-4.1 ta.
Toooabloall wishing to attend tbe
laying ot the corr.e; stone of tbe new cus
tom bouse and pott office at Chicago,
Juno 21th, to do so at reduced rates,,
wo will sell otcurslon tickets to Chicago
and return for $14 40. Will issue tickets
for all passongor trains leaving Cairo 1
on the 2J. Tickets good to return until
the 29th, James Johnson, Agent.
FITS CURED fllEE.
An) non kUlTcriiig from tbe above ll
ease l requested to addreas I'K. l'iiicau aud
a trial bottle ol medicine will he forwarded
by exprers, KJIKK.' .
Dr. l'rlcf l a regular physician, and bai
made tlm treatment of
FITS OR EPILEPSY .
a iiuy for year, and be will wairant a
cure, by the use of Ills' remedy.
Do not fall to send to lilin for trial Iwlllr .
It cts nothing, and he
WILL etlRE YU.
no mailer oDinw long tendlng your car
may he, or bow many othei remedies io
Circulars and testimonials sent with
FltF.K 'I'll I A 1. BOTTI.K.
OR. CI! AS. T. PRICE,
C7 William Street, Jftw York.
Of real estate. By virtue of an order and
decree of the county court of Alrxinder
county. Illinois, made on the petition of the
underlined, administrator ol the ritate
or Alln-rt It, Whlukcr, drreasod,
for leave to sell the real ei'atc
of told deceased, at the Ust
January term of said court, to-vl : an the
Twentieth dv of January, A. D., K74, I
hull, on Saturday, the tweiity-rlllh day of
July n-t, hftwecn the hours of tn o'cloek
a m., and twelve o'clock in., of nald day,
xrll atpulitli' salo, at the nouth-westerly door
of tho I'ourt liou-e, Iu the city of Cairo, la
aid rounty. tli J fallowing dencilbed rial
etate situated In thu city of Cairo, county
ofAlexander, and state of Illluols, to-wit -Lots
uumhereil nineteen, (lit), twenty CM).
and twenty oiii- CM), in blork uumhereil
forty-icreu (IT)i und lot numbered thirl)
one (ll), in block numbered forty-nine H'i,
all In the llrt addition to the city or Calio,
Term, of sale tu bo an follow. : One-third
cab in band, oik -third Iu Ihrre months, and
one third la clx month" from the day of nale
the purrhater to give notes, drawing six
per cent lutcreM, lor the deferred pay
ments, kectireil by sale mortgage upon the
Gscoiiiiu Fisher, Administrator,
nt the estate of Albert It. Whltaler,
deceased. 0-C23-dw 4t
June Ifttb, 1K74.
Oueenmvare, Cliinn, Glassware, Rock
riihtuu and Yellow Ware, Stoneware,
China Ornament aid Toys, Falser
Good, rintedwtrc, Table nit .
Pocket Cutlery, iJamiur, Iani --J
LookluL' GlastiCH, etc.
In fact eury aliut or goods belonging to a
Find ZU'h ,
For the next sixty days ;i will offer tbe
ahow goidn at and below cost, for eakh only.
The gooilH mtut bo sold to close the concern.
CIoie buvcre aro especially Invited, either to
como and He Tor themselves or rend their
order, In ellheressv I guarantee pulisfactlou
J, T. TIIOMAH.
Assignee or Parson, Davis & Co.
C'alan. III.. April 'lfi. 18741.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
t'AEHH NPHIHlt flOODM
MSB. M. J A O K 8 O N ,
(Formerly Mrs. Swanders,)
announces that she has just; opened a larg
assortment of the
Millinery (ioods to bo found in tne market
8bo will keep on baud
Uats, Bonnet, Flowers, Kibbom,'
Drebh Tbimminoh or All Kinds,
Ladies Fubnibiiino Goods, Notions,
And all goods found tn millinery' stores, all
ot which will be disposed of at tbe lowest
cash prices. . Mrs. Jackson .respectfully
asks a continuation of the pationago' .which
bas been so libel ally besUowed upon ber bv
the ladles of Cairo and tho vicinity.
AND- ' ' ''
h.aib DEaaea ji
Xiih'.h Street; betwe'e'n Washington and