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ICE IICE! ICE!
HU8E, LOOMIS So CO,
Takts great plessur In announcing that
thf y ore now prepared to supply every body
irlth UVe Ice of tbc very ct quality, either
it their hone or at the store.. Ordw
inould be left at the office, So. CO i Ohio
tCE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wholesale ami Itctill IK'aleu Id
PUKK LAKK 10K,
Cairo, llllnoli, od Columbui, Kentucky.
Cairo ottlce at Union & Wllon', corner
Twelfth street and Uhlo lever.
Wc will run an Ice wai?on IhroiiKhnul the
caon, dellvarlnc pure UVe lie In any prt
.r i.. Mir t lhn lmvmt inarVet titiiC. ami
olll also lurnl-h our friends otitMdc the city
With Ice liv the rake or car load, packed In
ww uust, ror snipmcni iu aj uiMain .
jt 5 .i-'JO-tl
I take pleasure in calling
the attention of tho public to
my fesh and full stock ol
new and elegant Furniture, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Bedsteads, Wad robes, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gios, 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, 1 propose ottering better
goods at lower prices, and
have made a large red xtion
in the prices of all my goods.
Call and examine my stock
nttd secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trade I otter special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fur
niture and Matra-C3.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP AM. KI.VD3, HARD AND fiOFT,
Keep constantly on hand
FLOORING I SIDING.
Mill and Yard
Conner .1 1th Street
and Ohio Lcvce.
WALL & ENT,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH.
i'OFL&H.OAK. UVl'Kl'H, ASH, Ol'M
AND C'OTTO N V OO D, til) It
FACED LU Mil Kit.
DKE'iSED FINE. Abli AND FOP
LAK FLOOKINO, OEILNG AND
larOlflcc at saw mill on corner ol Twer.
ty.iecoud street ana Ohio l.evec.
OuepiisHare, t'liiim, (llnsnwarc, Rock.
tuhuBi aud Yellow Ware, Stonewuri',
China Ornament! uud Tojh, Funry
Uooda, riatedwnre, Tulilo nnd
l'oikct Cullf ry, Ijimpi, Ump
lxiollug Olasnes, etc.
runue neximxiy oay;i Wll oner the
above tooUi at ami below cot,foreakh only.
Tko -oola must lx aoldto clo.e the concern.
Clow buvein aro especially InMic.l, cither to
rcu una m-c for tUeiimclven or i-enu tltolr
erdern, In either case I guarantee satislaellon
J. T. THOMAS.
Assignee or Parson, o , it co.
Calao. III.. April U..1B74:
WILLIAM II. BMI'J'UnM, D.
KEaiDKKCK-No. UI, Tblrteentlt street
btw(d IVaablUKton aveuue ami Wuluu
treet, Odice lw comnierr.ial avenuo, up
CAIRO LOCAL SEWS.
cm.u.ir 1.1 i.Le from us a thowatid hill
heads, food paper and tinely printed, tor
One thousand statements printed at Thk
Bulletin office for $3.00.
One tlmmnml note bead Drill' id at Till
IIullkti.v office for il.W: twothoumidlor
iinf llinumiul liitlne card, line Ilrlstol
board, printed at Tin: IJI'I.i.ktin office lor
frOUl 10 ri.w. accoming iu iti.v.
Fill DAY. JUNE 20, 1874.
For Saw. Low to Ulosk Uoxsto:-HIST.-A
lot of bacon, shouldors, side!
andhams. (4t) Halliday uno 9
African Ilatte llooito, l'olar or Whito
Hear and Arctlo Soals In Old John llobln.
son's World Exposition, at Cairo, Juno
tUtn. A good rain would bo aceopta-
uaTl'dusty" condition, which makes it
vory dlssgrcoablo to bo on the streets.
0. 1'. Gon. l'snnybakor, of the United
States Army, was In tho city yestorday
and mado his hoi.lquirton at tho St.
LntK. Don, tho gonial clerk of tho
St. Charles was tho lucky man at tne
radio for a Rold watch the otbor ovonlng.
He throw 11, a "lucky numbor," and took
llKt'Atnr.n. Tho excavation tnado at
tho corner of Commercial avenuo and
Fifth streol to repair tho sower has boon
closed and the street Is again open to tho
public. This street was left open a long
limo, not without gocd reason, howovor.
Wilcox. Mr. Jewatt .Vilcox was in
attendanco at tho cornor ttnne coromonios
in Chicago on tho 2 Ufa., and gives a glow-
Ing account of the alfair. Thero was up-
wards of ono hundred anionic lodges
present, besides ft largo numbor of OJd-
Fellows and Knights nf Pythias.
Milwaukee Hikr. A froih supply of
tha bcit Milwaukoo lagor boor has just
boen roceWod nt tho Planters' houfo and
will bo on tap at '. o'clock this morning,
llorohf'.or Mr. lluefner will set an extra
lunch from half-past 9 to 11 o'clock each
day. 2'J G-2Ct
Police Court. In the polica court
yestorday Judgo ilross flnod Sam. Wilson,
a colored man, ton dollars and costs lor
being drunk and disorderly, and Emanuel
Thompson en tho tamo cbargo, live and
coits. Tom Walsh was arrested by
Wootcn for ho!ng drunk, and Droit lined
Mm two and costs.
Tun Planteb's House. Tbo Planter's
Uouso, acknowledged to,bo ono of the best
hotols in tho Southwest, is now propared
to acoommodato fifty moro boarders. This
le a nrst-clais hotel, but tho prices
charged aro the samo as by second-clasi
bouses. Tho rooms aro all largo, light
and airy, and furnished in tho latest and
most Approved style. 21-0-2C It
Orr Dutv. Sergeant Cain and Officer
Cbas. Mabner of the police forco aro both
confined to their homes by slcknon. Ser,
geant Uain Is lutlormg with a very sore
anklo, but jast what ails Officer Moaner
w aro unable to lay. He was takon tick
lato Monday night while on duty and
was complld to go hem), Mul three
officers aro now on duty at night.
Tue Circus. "Old John IlobtnionV
is coming will be hero next Monday
when every one will bavo an opportunity
to toe tho elephant. This circus an
tnenagsrio combined forms ona of the bet
shows In oilitonco, and that it will draw
an immense crowd wo have no doubt
soins ol ins most ceiebrato-J circus per
formers in the country aro connoctod with
this mommotb institution.
The Colokei Maso.v's Hall Tho
ball at Scheol's hall on Wodnoidty oven
Ing under tho auspicos of the grand 1 oil go
of colored masons was a vory pleasant af
fair for thoso who participate! in It. Tho
bouso was crowded, and botweon feasting
and dmcing and dancing and feasting tho
limu was while 1 away. Tbo festivitis
were kept up until a lato hour in tho
morning whan the crowd disperse!
The Mooslioiit Excuiisiok. Tho
moonlight excursion on night bttfoto l&H
under the auspices ot Cairo lodgo, 237 A,
F. and A, M., was a vory plossaut atfalr.
The boat, "Threo States," left tho landing
a little ift"r eight o'clock, and roturncd at
about one. Tho bow of tho boat wt In
good condition for dancing and tho young
people of tho party took advantage of tho
occasion and daneed till thoy woru tiro 1 .
Tho wholo affair was ono of pleaturo and
Tiik. Huitr. Hank Cahk. Tho caso of
Capt. Hurd v.. Tho First National Hank,
which occupied tho attention of tho cir
cuit court lor tbo last flvo days, came to
anunoxpocted and rathor abrupt conclu
sion yesterday morning by bolng with
drawn, tho pluintlfl' paying tho costs.
This suit has occasioned considerable
cerntuont trom outsido parties, and tho
result was looked for with couslderablo
Inteioit. Aftor tho suit was dlirnlssod it
was ascertained that tho jury was almost,
U not entirely, of the opinion that Capt.
iiuro. was not untitled to recover from
tho bank for his services as its prcsldci.t
Tho suit instituted by tbo bank against
uaptain llurd for $50,000 was alio with
drawn, tbo plalntilfs paying costs.
flEW houses. Mr. Wm. Klugo has
removed into bis dopant now business
homo at tho cornor of Sixth stroot and
Oommercial.avenuo, whoro his old custo
mers and frleuds will honiaftor llnd him
at- -if.s. ...
oir. mien now tiricK at tho corner of
t'oplar and Twellth stroots, nnd Mr
Jiarney Urane's house on Washington
avenue betweun Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets are approaching completion and
will shortly bo ready for occupancy. Tuo
new business bouio being erected at tho
corner of Nlntoonth street and Oommor
clal avenuo by 0. O. Pallor St Co , will lo,
when finished, ono of tho very best bull.
uoss bouses In tho city. It is a threo story
brick, twenty-five by ono hundred fcot.and
put up in a most substantial mannor.
THE LORETTO ACADEMY.
AWARDING OF MEDALS, AD
Tbo annual commencement cxerctsos at
tho Loretts acadomy took placo yestorday
and was wltnossod by a very largo and
solect audiocce. Tho deportment of tho
pupils was oxcollent, and that they bavo
been put through a thorough
course of training was very
apparent. They each nnd ovory ono
acquitted tbemselvoi in a most credltablo
manner. At tbo conclusion of tho oior.
cies, Father Zabel of St. Patriok Cath
olio Church, tnado tho awards of medals
addressing to each of tho recipients a
few well timed and appropriato remarks
request Mr. Oberly tnado a brio'f addross
to tho Audience. Tho foltowlnc is the
Ovrrttirc. Lfi D.tme llhinche. ODcratlC
, , riaim
Mie Helena ryatt nud Mary Mt C.irlhy
UU l.udu llugt'-
tine Starry Hour-"
IM iim- til. Ai illi- IVIIIl. (iiill:ir-
ulllo (.jilee, I.uela Mugs. aiJ Atijtnw
M.i.anlcllo. Puelt 1'lniin
Mi...... .xc Cutler, Ni-tlir l'.trkcr, Mny
wcciU'V mm i.auro uciiaun
lnilu tho Fount of .loy..Mis llilen lVUl
l.ltlt- Word- Ml" Katie llraly
U ean .Millf. OU.irtitto rerririncd !
.All.. A. scliuii Mill-,' iy ii. i-vaii, ji.
.Mel arthy ami A. Fleth.
Mti.i.. Aiiidii tlio 1'lllL'.. Siilo
iW't Mary McCarthy.
III. I'AlltY VI.-ITANTS, Of. KINIiNKSs Itr.-
An 0;icrctta in three iart.
A band ol joun Itdiu-i collected to .pend
-uimncr tl.iv In leaitlliir. aru intcrrtipte J i'V
heuiiiiroacli of a bCL'irar mother and ln.r
IWnJ-.MI-c h. II ill. I). M. (Mils. I..
(iannoii. A. Scliiib, M. .Xauu, M. Mvi, .1.
Olynn, N. Parker, K. Coyne. K. Villlain,
M. l avlor. t. .M-inurii. M. iver; i. t ry.
and C. Ki-llv.
I!k'L'arilot!ier anil Children I.. TravK I..
Uciiaun. a. reiui, wain ami .m.
Mii-ir "TitpiiliiKontlic Orecn" Itr i'hll-
II iiuwani nun jiuiiiv iviu.
I.illa. tho favorite of the Intnl. and kind
friend of the bCL'arr, hapictiing to ttray
forulld liowerr, l 101. lit tier utiliapp)
dilemma, a band of lalrie glide Into hvr
lit a .mi- l iora .Morioru. wueeii oi me
Fulrif .Mi-B Helen ryatt. Attendant
Fairle Ml-c A. llodtiii. m. Ootlee. M,
.-wcenty, M.;cirk. K. Hcaly, M. Lalltte,
si. aiccariny anu i.. uns.
si..t.. iiL'nnii- with me to hairy J.aml," l.y
.Mi. l.iiela IliiL'--. chorus by the fairle-.
"I!eutlfiil Hill." iuattcttv. Perfunucd
by Ml-' -Mary hweeney ami sallle . otlee
.-UfL- by H I'yatt, M. -McCarthy and A
The band niln Iila. While cxriri44int
their crief at her lo.', s-he l led in by
j- ui r es. wnoje iuern revean to me nanil
that be 11 the beggar mother, dl-gultcd
in ttie nrst part, ;o prove me !jooiiiies oi
Retreat March Dm ttMlse L. Dclttun,
a. t eiiii, uimnean anu a. iiomoii,
Ouc-tlons and Answer.
liy Ml. Hattle Kcardcn.
Warbling at Kve Duett Piano lli
.). .-Ufcanka, j. Taylor, -M.. Muz ami N
Som; of Jokes... .Hattic Rcardcn and little
I.a rille Du Regiment Operatic Ml.s A.
.v-iiun, i.. Djimin, Aiitnm ana j.
Miss l.uca 1 Six
lltmltiUenie. of the Past . . . .Ml.. Delia Pike,
Music "Old Mald'a Lament," vocal Bolo
rerformed ly Mlis M. alon. Sun' bv
Mil. Ic Joan of Arc Polka Hy
Clark, F. Morord, K. Rodney n
.miss .m. h weeny
and J. au
Mii-lc "I ran' 1 Play" Vocal Duett Per-
-formed by I'hllll. Howard and Mollle
itn, s-unji ny Hon Jlorforu and
IIIKfCIIOOI. iai.!.. A CANTATA.
Iildu'e MUi.lnsIc i.lvuti.
Herald Ml... Nellie Antrim
ruiietuallly .Ml. Hattiolteariien
Imliislrv .Miss .loanna I ahill
Tardv Si hoUr Mls ,l se Tajlor
.-eKiieneo aiiss i iihih Howard
I'er-ovcrencc .MIxi.Ni lllu inllni v
denoro-lty .Mi- Nclllo Claney
Autocall- .Mix uraclu O'Mara
...MIsiI.I.io Wild. 111
....Mia Aim 0 (llviiii
l'eaceiiiakrr Ml.. Jennie Haganl.a
Assl.lnil liy a elm rof little l-IiN.
Woodland Maurka Duet Pianos Mattli
1 liomiifon, Nellie King, Clara (iujcr,
Kny lliuiilillga , ...Miss Flora Morlnul
Merry Ingarn- Polka - Duet -Ml.-i. M.
rry. A. tinruou. u. Ki- Icy and .M. Nalon.
Apology- Vocal Duet. Pianos Mulllu and
reiiin uitiir. Ming iy .Miss .m. McCarthy
and. I. Taylor.
Changoh llccltatlvo....Ml Nelllo Parker
Jlciodloilt f ountain -jiuet- iiu.es Mettle
Hall, .Mny Sweeney, Maiiilo Taylor and
"Wo aro Merry Cairo Children" Song Ity
many litllo girl
Parody -Iteeitativo Mollle Kim-
tiornnii, ii, iicariieu, nun 1 .uuyci
Jlriiltl Ke Ma.oiirka Ml.es V.. lianon, N
vnn.icuu, h. i;ouy and Aiitrim.
KMll'Ihl ff. Hr.NTIMCNT. OHAMA X: ACT
A iiL'ie Talbot. Poctcsn MI11 Delia Plko
iiniiy. tier con in i.uchi im?
Ml.s tlai, Ailthorcs.....MIsMaryA..Swneniy
AHlS anoi.P;r. R'H-y' tlmol,..atcs
1 JUhi .Mary l.alliie
"' .. I " .Mollle Clarke
.'ir 1 ainm, aukic'h .Mollinr,
.....M.h Salllo Colleo
uinnii l r ii iJiiiiiiun. -i'l mwiw Mikity
l.tiela llusg.Mary .McCarthy, Nellie Parker
slid May Sweeney.
Le Idoales Variation Planoi Mlscs
.Mary .McCarthy and l.uula Itntric
".My Moilu-r." llano.MIs.es ?(.a Pyalt
ami .Mary .McCarthy. (iultui. -.Mi.,-
Ha tin Coltee, l.ucla Htigg i.n.l Atigii.ta
sjv ssis ii
Coiiluirln nfHoiiorar Medals.
(.loHing Addre! Ml.. Annie Kj-ati
KiOHTS OF PVTHIAS.
Aieaion lougo xno. 01, K. of I',, will
moot in council In their castlo hall this
(Friday) evening at 8 o'clock. Mombera
aro n quired to bo prompt in thulr
attendance. Visiting Knights nro
cordially Invited to moat with us,
liy ordor of tho chancellor commandor
John II OosntAN, K of s ,v p
Cairo, Iilimois. 1
TitunsuAY Eveniso, Juno 26, 1871.
Tboro is no chargt either In weather cr
market. Tho latter rules dull and do-
pressed in all losJIng articles and the
weather is hot, dry and cloio. Wo have
plonty of promises of rain but tho storms
all manago to miss ui and If It was not fur
the steady broeze blowing ovor us, theio
days would bo almost unendurable
Tho Hour market Is lifeless. There Is
vory little movomont and prices aro lower
with a tendency to n further decline-
Tboro is somo demand for mixed coin
and pricos aro llrm, owing to its scarcity
Wblto corn Is In good supply nnd woak j
doting to-day at Toe sacked and dolivcrcd
and a downward tendency In prices.
Oats and hay aro firm and quiet. Receipts
aro small in both and demand limited.
Corn moal contlnuos to droop, closing at
3 35fo)3 40 and dull with markol fully
Erjr Our frionds should bear in mind
that tho pricos Lero given aro usually for
sales from tlrsl bands In round lots. In
Qllinc orders and for broken lots it Is
necessary to ct.argo aa aJvanco over
thoso Dirurct. "a
i'l ices ar6 lower all roun I and tho ton
dency Is to still lower price. Flicks aro
largo nnd tbo movemont slow. Sales
Aero 300 Mils various gradrs, 6 00 to
3 00, 300 bb's various grades f- 00 to 7 00;
100 ubls various grades 1 00 to 0 00;
bbls varwci gradot, U 00 to 7 25; !00
bbl various grades, i 00 lo b "u. Sales
by citv mill woto 300 bbls wblto wheat
family, 8 ',0; 100 bbls rod -V'X,9 i!S;
100 bbls rid XXX 7 00
Tbo desiand Is confinod lo best timothy
for local and ordor demand, of which
thoin is n receipts nnd vory litllo on
hands, h consoiuenro of this, tho mar
kot is flrnor with a slight upwird tend
oncy on Ht'lctly cbolco. fl wnro 2 cars
cboico tin.atby, 13 00; I car mixoJ dollv
ered. l'J V); U batoi mixed dolivorodi
13 03; 2eirs strictly choicj timothy do
llverod, . 0
Whito 'orn is quiet with liltlo movo
ment and lrco stock, Prices nro woak
and tond iownwarJ. Rscelpts of mlxod
are not ip to tho wants of tho market
and pricos hold firm. Sales wore: cars
whito in talk C0g.C3s ; 3 cars mixed in
bulk C2c; - cars whito In sacks, dol TCc;
2 cars miicd in sacks del "Oi; 6 cars
whito in tacks, dol 75c: 1 car rnixod in
sacks, del 70c ; 2 cars whito In sacks dol
Tho narkot is very firm, with an up
ward teloncy in prices. This is owing
not so riiuch to An increased activity as to
thoecari'.g of receipts and tho small tur
plus on tho market. Salus were 100
sacks, dellvroJ, 63 ; 2 cars in sacks, da-
llverod, 02 2 cr in sacks, dulivoroj, 51 ;
2 cars In Jafk. dolivorod, CHJVOJ
Tho manot is ovorstockol and Mat
3 35 seemec to bo tho ruling tlguro to-day'
Wo note saca of 100 bbls H D 3 40; 50
bbls in imal lots on ordors 3 CO ; 140 bbls
B D dol 3 ; 100 bbll ti D dol 3 10.
Millors sro asking an ndvanco in bran
and as thoiupply offering is vory small
higher tlguros than thoso ruling last week
will b" obtained, biles mado on orders
havo been at 18 00. Car load lots tackod
and delivered told at lo 00'C 00,
Thero ii a good demand at presont for
choice aid nono corning in. Strictly
choico wi! held to-day 22&'.Mc. H&lci
wcro SOOponnds touthorn Illinois, 15 to
20c; 20! pounds choico northern, 22c
5 packages choico northern, 20'22c, 150
pounls choice nortborn, li lc; 500 pounds
Tht demand continues in excess o( tho
supply, and prlco on frosh receipts in
cood! ordor hold fijra at 13(nHc. Wo
notefalo of 500 do.on, 13c ; &00 dozm
frcsl, 13c j 10 packages frrsb, shlppora'
I CHICK KNS.
Receipts of all kinds aro lots than the
dorrund and prici aro firm. Choice
young chickons nro in active demand nnd
vorf scarce. Wo noto aalos of 10 dozon
young, 2 00 to 2 en, 0 coopi old hens,
L3 21; '! coopi mlxod, 2 75.
This branch of tbo market holds firm
and quiet. Tbo demand la small but
prices aro as provlouily quoted, Salos
woro 5000 tin clear siJo packod and do
livorod, He, 3000 lbi shouldors, 7J, 4
tlorcos sugar curod harm, 13c: .1000 lbs
plain harm, 12c.
Tho ma'kot la brisk for all kinds of
small frulti. Salos wore: (i crates thor
nos .'! 00 j V) cratos raspborrlow 4 00 ; 30
crates Kooioborrlos i 250.)1 M ; 8 boxes
oranges 12 iO; 10 boxes teutons 13 00(3)
It 00; 20 boxo9 groon opploa GOc; 40
crntoj cbirrics 2 402 00:i 00 ; 12
cratoi curnnta 'l !102 60.
NoTicr.ro Huilukui. Having started
tip our sav mill again, wo aro now pro
parod to .'urnlsh all kinds of building
matorial hi lower prices, dolivorod, than
It can Id bought from country mills,
Wo havo also on hand two hundred
thousand feet of ahsoiitkd i.umiiku that
was coloii'd by slpo water that wo will
soli at irotu S7 to S10 per 1000 toot.
Wall tc Knt.
Huoav rmi Sale. St. Louis make;
light, comfortable and oaay. Has novor
boon run much. Is In perfect running
order, noithnr scratched nor faded. Will
mil vory cheap for cash nr on tluio. Also
lliiht sir.glo haruoFi1, sound and good
Apply at Hnlliday llrothera' olllco, Ohio
luvno. W. G. Roiiiiinh.
Diums. Por tho host puro drugs go to
P. K.Sullivan's. Commnrclal avenuo nosr
Tenth street, Purfcrlptl an carefully
nroparnil st all hours day and night.
And motallc cases at Wilcox's block at
much less than usual pricos 46-G-C-tf
A GREAT SACRIFICE.
Twelve yards gronadino for $1 and
many other goods at similar prices to bo
had at Daniel Uarlman's. oy-C-12-tt
Tr.x pounds of brown sugar for $1 ;
B pounds best coUeo sugar at $1, 4 pounds
of choice buttor at $1; baking powdor 45c
per lb ; Imponal tea at $1 ; 3 j lbs colToo
fl.at Wilcox's Ulock. 107 2-4-1 ta.
To ontblo all wishing to attond tbo
laying oi the corxo; stono of tho now cus
tom bouso and post ofllco at Chicago,
.luno un, to do so at roduced rates,
wo will sell excursion UcVots to Chicago
and return for $14 40. Will Issuo tlckoU
for all passenger trains leaving Cairo
on tho 2od. Tickets good to rotutn until
tho 'J3lb. James Joii.v.io.v. Au'ont.
O. 0. Rodcn, Diroctor of Consorvato-j
of Music, and Teachor of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction glvon In
all strlngod and wind Instruments. Ele
mentary principle', thorough bus, har
mony and counter point. Unprecedented
Inducements otl'orod. Thoso wishing to
sccuro bis servicua ... m,
tho Conservatory of Music cornor of
Twelfth stroot nnd Washington avonuo.
iianoi tuned and repaired.
Stuart & Gholson olfor n vory comploto
line nf undorwear of all doscrlptlons
hostory, glovos, llnon collars nnd culf,
scarfs and ties. Also a tu'l line of our
colobratod whito shirts, guarantood to bo
tho moll perfect fitting and liest made
shirts In tho United State.. Wo take
moaures and guarantno a fit. Pricos at
all times oxecodingly low. lOO-iVJl-Ct
Having sold out my ofllco and practico
to Dr. J. Jennolle; of DuOuoin, who
will take possession of tho otllco tho 12th
01 June, i nesopoax ror nr. .lonnello a
liberal share of public patronage I am
well acquainted with him and know his
to bo a tlrst-cUss dontlst, an 1 would most
cheorfully rocommond him to all of my
frionds and patrons. G. K.Doudlas
All thoso indebted to mo and all those
having accounts against mo aro rcquestod
to call and enttlo as I hava sold out and
Intond going away tho I2th nf Juno.
3U CI.Gl u. t.. UOUOLA.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTKKR-
Tho co-partnership borotofjro oxistlng
betwocn b. R. Ward and H. M. Roberts
under tho firm namo of Ward & Roborts
is this day dluolvod by mutual consent,
It. M. Roborts retiring from tho firm. S.
it. Ward will continue tho paint, glas
and wall paper business at tbo old stand
and will settle all allalrs of tbo said firm
S. IJ. Wabd.
II. M. Ho 11 1 1 it.
Cairo, III., Juno 24tb, 137-t. IC-C-'.'I-U
Mr. G. W, Smith, spoclal agont for th
Howe Machine uompanv, is now
stopping at tho St. Charles hotol. Tho
company want a first class agent In Cairo,
aad Mr. Smith is proparod to olfor npoclal
inducements to ono of tbo right kind. Tbo
machine la woll known hore as woll as i
othor sections of country wboro sewing
machines aro In uso, and in i'act, as woll
as by reputation, is the very bost
and most salablo machino manufac
turod. Any person dosiring an agency
will plcaso call on -Mr. Smith, at tbo St
Oharies hotol, for a few days. W C.
Caiko, 111., Juno 20tb, 187-1.
11 wing tbii day sold my stock in trado
to John Madden and II. h. Kinnor.
ask for them tho patronage boitowod o
mo, and fool jiutillod in assuring to my
custornors tbo same fair dealing which
thoy bavo bad horotoforo.
W. . TlIOIlNTO.V.
All penons knowing Ihomsolvoa In
dobtod to tne will confer a favor by callin
at my olllco and sottling.
W. W. Tiiounton.
Roforrlng to tbo abovo wo would say
having ventured in trado on our own re
spontlbllity, wo lolicito tho patronago 0
all poraona wboawish to buy goods in 011
lino, Practical oxporlonco justifies us I
saying wo both know And can supply you
wants. Maddkn & Kiknkaii.
Drt. Schenck'h Poi.mokic Svnur, 3ea
Wkkd Tonic, ani Manijiiakk Pill.
Thoio modlclnos have undoubtodly por
formod moro euros of Consumption than
any othor romody known to tho Amon
can public. Thoy nre compounded
vogalablo ingrodionts, and contain notb
ing which can bo Injurious to tho human
constitution, Othor remedies advorttsod
ns euros for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which Is n somewhat clangor
oua drug In all casoe, and if taken frooly
by consumptive! patlonts, it must do groat
injury; fur its tondoncy is to confine th
morbid matter in tho system, which, o
courso, must tnaKo 11 euro imposaioi
Schonck's Pulmonic Syrup Is warranto
not to contain a partlclo of opium: It
compniod of powerful but harmless borl.
which net on tho lungs, llvor, stomach
and blood, and thus correct nil morbl
socrotions, and oxpol all tbo diseased mat
tor from tho body. Theso aro tho only
moans by which consumption can ho
curod, and as Schonck's Pulmonic Syrup,
SnaJWeod Tonic, and Mandraho Pills nro
tho only modlclnos which oporato in thl
way, it la obvious thoy are tbo only gen
uino euro for Pulmonary .Consumption
Kach bottle of this invaluable medicine
accompanied by full directions. Dr.
Schonck is provisionally at bin princlpa
olllco, cornor Sixth and Arch stroots
Philadelphia, ovory Monday, whnro all
lotters for ndvlco must bo addrosscd,
Tbo largest assortment ot summor
hats nnd caps in tho city and for loss
mouuy at D, llartman'a, ny-G-12-tf
Oiiaecoal In any quatntlt to lutl
purchaser at T. J. Kxrth's. 87-C-lti-lf
The dkst nlckle cigar to bo had at Sam .
Ullman's, Washington avenuo, near Tenth
One hundred pieces now prints
Stunrt & Gholson'i Mondny morning.
ALL the day boaruors in tbo city can
bo accommodated nt tho St. Charles
hotol, with first-class board at second class
rate 7U 4-19-tf
D. Aiitek & Co. nrojiist receiving tho
largest and best assorted stock of saddles, I
briilloi, harness, otu., ovor brought to this
D. Ahteu Si Co. nro just rocoivlng lha
largest and best assortod stock of saddlos,
bridles, harness, etc., ovor brought to this
D. AnTKii A: Co. aru just rocoivlng tho
largest and bost assorted stock of saddles,
bridles, barnoss, etc., ovor brought to this
SoMtTiiiNii New. Rucks Crystal
llrilliaiit with i!lasi oven doors. Ho oc-
casion to bavo lurnt bread. Call and sou
it at T..I. Kkiith'h. 8"-0-10-lf
Sullivan. T. k. Sullivan, 10I0 agent
for Fouquott's Colobrated Porfumcd Starch
f (1I0M, tho l ost urtlclo nt tbo kind In 1
" iwr box.
Drt1r.11 HurrAi.o Meat. Flvo hundred
pounds dried biillalo moat, juit received
from Colorado, for lalo by
G. 1). William on,
14 G-23-fit No. 7(5 Ohio lovco.
OilAiic.ut. furnaces at T.J. Ki:r.Tli.
The largest nnd l.wl-ielectod stock
of FURNITDRK for sale at whobxnln
and retail by HKNRV KICHIIOFF, No.
115, Commercial avonuo,opposito Suvunth
ClfiAP.s. For tho best Cigars and To
bacco In tbo city, go to T. K. Sullivan's,
Commercial avenue, near Tontli street
Tho best in tho city. 01 0-10-tf.
JUST recolvod and for into by Mathuis
& Ubl 20,rXK) pounds clear aides, 10,000
pounds bams, 10,000 pounds shouldors,
20 boxes lomons. BO-C-ID-H
Tiik Hr..T. Wm. I.udwig, harness
maker, corner of K'gbt street and Com
mercial ovenuo, lis tho boil supply of
harneis, saddles, bridle, otc, in Siuthern
Ulinol, and sells them ai choap as the
cboapest. 2.t:&-31. f
Millineiiv Uoons at Cost. Mrs
Hriggs, Commercial avenuo, corner Tenth
street, wlshoi to Inform the ladles of Cairo
and vicinity that for tbo noxt DO days sho
ill soil her summer millinery at cof
Please call and examino her goods, if
you wish something lino at a low price.
Soda Watib. T. F.. Sullivan will
gio you tho belt glas nf soda water to bo
tound in th city.
The oartxir anop is on .no cornor ot
Klgbth stroot and Commercial avenuo
where J. Ooorgo Sttenbouso with bla gon.
tlomanly assistants can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soolho
your feelings with a smooth ehavo, or cool
your tompor and hoad with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class abop, and you aro
aure of revolving first-class treatment.
Ladios' and children's balr cut or curled
after tho moat approved atvles. 8-15-tf
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levee, over Matlius A UIiI'h.
6y"A'oir but fint-rltits Lhmpanirii
SaH'ord, Morris & Caiulee,
"'. Ohio Loveo, Oity National Hank
lluildiii;;, OAllto, 1I.I.H.
The nldct eslabllshed Agenry In Southern
nniioi", rcpi'cHciiiiug over
it is nsroo.' txjeI
DR. HUL T 7j
111! IN NTII.I. I.IVINU AND IN CAIII
ills ofllco anddlspenaary at
NO. 22 KIOHTII STRKKT,
lint, rnmmnrclal nnd WasmnirtOIl ftVonUOS
It U true, tho Uoetor Is onu ol tho oldest
physicians of tho lilavo, ami his diploma,
that batik's in his olllee, shows tint ho has
boon Hi years In the profession, Ho is dollif;
a larger ulllco priiutleo thiin nny other phy
hIuIhii, trontlnj; nil kinds of chronic dlHeasus
ot tho liiiiiiuu system, such a old Hlcors, and
all illseuscs of the skin, humors and blond
poisons; also iltsouses of tho throat; nlso
all iliseasos of tho eyes of yenrs staudiiiK!
also artllielul oyos inserted; Ustula cured
without tho uso ol a Kiillo; cancers curod
by tho application or medicines; pluiplos 011
tho fucu romovod; all urinary diseases
curod ; all forms of vonoresl uu l private
itlseaHoslciircd In tho shortost tlmo ; somia
weakness and self-abuso cured in u ahor
It Is self-ovldcnt (hat a physician treating
cases for twenty-two years neijuircs i;reiit
All consultations conlldenticul, In perbnn
or by lottos.
medicines lurulshed at olllco In
I'j.'mt.i 1111, David Uui.T7.
Wood Rittenhouso & Brother,
Oenkhai. Commission Meiichant,
133 Ohio Levcc, Cairo.
U.AtBHS. R. ,. ATBItl
AYKI13 & CO.,
QENKKAIi COMMISSION MEKOHANTS
No. 7H l, v,()ntp()Aiao. Ul,
J. M, PHILLIPS, '
Prcprcparcil to forward all Liml ol
, 1 . . 11 . ...
rrcigui 10 an puuus.
Jjri!uliici attended to promptly.
II. A. Thorns I U. Thorn.
TUOMH it HHOTI1KK,
Uuccesosrs to II. M.Uulcn,
COMMISSION MKUCHANTS, IIHOKKHS
ANII UAI.U8 IN
blnlt nnri t'nnr llrorile,
foreign and Doiaestlu
181 Commercial A venus,
OA I HO. . . H.I.iNOlri
And Dealer In
Jiime, Cement, Planter, Hair, Ac.
JjTI will m-II In car load lota at Minimise
Hirers price, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &. SON.
(Siuxcor to.lolm II. I'Mlliv)
FORWABO ING MERCHNTSI
MKAls, HHAiN, Ac.
AgenU for Laflin & Rind Powder Company
(.(IR. TKN'TH ST. .V OIIIOI.KVKK,
STRATTON & BIRD
Agonta Auierican Powder Company,
C? OlffO .KVXK, C.H1VO.
MILLER & PARKER,
p'hOUlt, UOHN, OATS, HAY, Ac
Agents for Fairbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER & AXLEY.
Comer of 8U1 Street and Washington A vr
N. II. ThlMlewoo.l.
I'. .1. ThMIcwood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Corn, Oatfl, Hay, &c.
No. 78 OHIO l.KVKi:,
COFFUY, IIARHTSON & CO.,
(Successors to D. llurd ft.Hon,)
VLUDS.UHAIN ANI HAT,
No G3 Ohio Lavoo, OA1IIO, II.I.H
NKW YORK STOillO,
WIIOLKSALK AND KKTAIL.
LABOHST VABIBTT ITOOK IV Till C1TT
UOODSSOLD VKBY OLOBK.
Oorner of MlasetMHUi atrsiat ! Vom
C. O. VATIKH