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ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS So CO.,
Takes great pleasure In aiinoumlng tli.it
tbey are now prepared to oupply every I""!)'
Tilth lake Ice of tlie very bout quality, either
at their lioiin or at Uip Morr. Onlo
hould t left nt tlic oilicc, No. (10 onto
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT Si SON
Wholesale and ItrU II Dealer? In
Pi UK LAKE 10K,
Ualr6, lllinels, and Columbia, Kentucky.
Cairo nOlee at Ilulen .t Wilson, corner
Twelfth street anil Olilo levee.
Wo will run mi Ire wason throiuihoiit the
rason, dellverlticpurc lkc Ice In nn' l'"J
rl the citv at the l.ttet market price, and
ntll b'ho luriiUh our friends oill'lde the elty
with lee hv the cake or ear load, packed In
WW dual, for shipment to any iliMunrc.
At AVIlcov'n block, ill much les th:m
usual prices. l.Vti-U-tf'
Wood Rittenhouse & Brother
GENERAL C'OMStlHSlON MKIICIIANT,
lHn Ohio Lovce, Cairo.
II.ArtM, E. ,t. AYKlf
AYKRS k CO.,
OKNEHAL COMMISSION MEHOHANTS
No. 7B IiitvKie.()nro()Aio. Iim.
J. M, PHILLIPS,
I'rcproparcd to forward all kiuds of
Freight to nil point.
t3""I!ujlncss attended to promptly.
11. A. Thorns L. V. Thorns
THOM8 & BROTHER,
Succesoirs to II. M.Uulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DIALXRS I.V
Mlaiilc nnil Fauey (Jrorerlea,
foreign and Domestic
FBtTITB J5L3ST0D 1TTJTS
184 Commorclal Avenue,
OAIKO. - . ILLINOIS.
And Dealer in
Lime, Ceuicut, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
EaTI will sell In car load lots ut manufac
turers prlcen, addliurfri'taht.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Sucevimor to John 15. J'hllll,)
FORWARD 1NG MERCHANTS,
MEAL, KHAN, Ac,
Agents for Lsflin & Rand Powder Company ,
COK. TENTH ST. & OHIO LEVEE,
To the Editor f Tint Hi'llktin :
Khtki:.mi:i) Fkil-nh Von v.-lll plcao in-
iuriu our reauera mm i uavo a pohltlw
CURE TOR CONSUMPTION
and all dikordern ol the Throat and Lungs,
nu inai, iiviu use in my practice, I hme
for a eaid It will not benelit. Indeed, o
fctrong is my faith, I will betid a .Sami lk.
l'Jeaao show thin litter to unyoiiu on may
know who Is sutlerint; from theio illsea.e.
and oblige, Faithfully Vouru,
DR.T. F. BURT,
UO IVIIlUm Ml, Hcu vrU.
T-i' AIE DBBSguB
Wghth Btreet, betwieu Wa.hlnnton ,Da
Couuiercii 1 Avenue,
CAIRO LOCAL 1VEWS.
Somebodv to tike from Us :i tlmii-nnl bill
head, goad paper and finely printed, for
Ono thousand statement., mlnled nt Tub
lifl.l.KTlx olllcc tor f3.W.
No lp limits.
Ono tlinilaml note bc.iiN nrlnlril nt 'I'll bc
Uli.i.ki in ulllce tor SI.Cu: tit o thousand tor
Onrthouaiid hliliics raids, line ItrMnl
board, piloted at TltK IWLLKTIN ollico. tor
from $'1M to tl.OU, accgrdliu; to M.i'.
"WEDN'KSDAY, 1, 1871.
Oiiaiiimal furnaces nt T.l. Kr.tiTit'p.
Charcoal ' any lUHlritlt to (lilt
piireb"' Bl T. ' Kkiith'c 87-G-lu-lf
Call ut Stuart A; (Ihclion's this woek;
it will pay you. ao-r.-'ja It
Ton HAlh Lotv to Clou: Uonhiok
mknt. A lot of bacon, shoulder, sides
andlmms. (4t) Halliuay Hr.o'a.
Stuart itGhuIion aro closing out tholr
slock of summor ;oods ut prices that will
speedily inovo thorn. 3o-C.vy-l t
The 3ukma!.--1'Iio .Southern Illi
nois Normal school nt Carbondalu will bo
dedloated to-dav. A Lie time is oxpectod.
xno largest ntsorimcni oi aununor
liu. titiil tt. tn flm nml fit Inn
motioy at I), llartmn's. Ga-O-rj-tf
Am, tho day bonrduri in thu city can
ba nccommodAted nt tho St. Charles
hotel, with llrst-clu's board at socond class
rntu "() t.l'J.tf
Somktiii.vo New. llucka Crystsl
Brilliant with glass oven doors. No oc
casion to havo lurnl bread. Call and sco
It nt T. J. Kerth'h. b'.O.l'J.lf
I). Ahtt.u Co. nrejust rccoivlng tho
Urgoit and best assorted stock of 6addles,
brid'.ej, hnrnoss, etc., ever brought to tbU
To oo to Caiimi. Train Master
Clark- of tho Cairo and Vlnconnos raiN
road, will soon rcmovo his ollico to Carml,
and rnalio that his hendqunrtors.
Tin: largest and best-selected stock
of FU UN ITU HE for snlo at wholosalo
and retail by HENRY EICIIHOFK, No.
115, Commercial uverjuc,oppoaite ijuvonth
At the Cikccu. Eiv. Thayor being
out of town and -Mr. Waller sick, the
momLers of thoir respective churchos
took advantago of the occasion, and at
tended tho circus, almost to a men and
Police Uour.r. Juntos IJird waited
long and patiently ytiiturd&y, but up to
six o'clock not a singlo miscroant put in
an appoarance. "liuiinoss Is dull."
Died In this city, on Tuosday, Juno
30th at 2 o'clock, p. Miss Kato Crow,
ley, of consumption, in the 20th year of
her ago. Kotica of luncral will bo given
Almost Kbaijy. Tho committee of
arrangements ot thu Dolla Firo company
havo almost complotgd thoir work ut St.
Mary's park for thoir Fourth of July col
ebrntlon. The Uand Concert. Tho open air
concert last evening by the Dolt a City
Hand was lUtonud to by very largo
number of people. Tho tnuiic wa oxcel-
Innt and highly appreciated by tho multi
Itonnnisv Tho etoro of Hulon k Wil
son nt tho corner of Twelfth street and
Ohio luveo was entered by burglurs
night loloro lnt, and robbed of u small
quantity of goods. Tho thiovca are not
all iUjllT. Tlio ltttlo hoy who was
run over by an engine on tho Illinois
Central railroad, on .Sunday afternoon
near thastono depot, is all right and abln
to bo on his pins. His only injury was
a cut on tho liuid.
MiLWAi'kEK I!kkk. -A fresh supply of
the best Milwaukee lager beor has just
biiau received at the l'laotura' houso and
will be on tap at '.I o'clock this mornlni.'
Iluruiit'.or .Mr. lluefner will set an oxtru
lunch from half-past 'J to 11 o'clock each
To-Day. It ahould not bo forgottfcn
mat it. Htnyth iV Co., open tholr satnnl
room in connection with thoir wholesale
business to-day. Tho choicest of all kind
ol liquors will bo kent at the bar. unit
courteous gontlsnmn will bo in attendance
to wait upon tho patrons of thu house
(iivo them a call.
Circuit Court. Tl.o grand Jury Is In
session, and it will tako thorn aoveral dava
to get through with thu buolnehs to bo
transacted, 'more is a Jail full of prison
ors whose cases will havo to bo looked
Into, and they will probably bo tried at
mo present torm of thu circuit court. Tho
chancery docket is now being gone
through with, It being the objestof Judgo
Iluker to as nearly as can bo clear thu
docket at this torm of court.
Haulv Cut. Frank bhuiter, aged
about twolvo yoars, son of Mr. Shus
tor who lives on Fourth streot near Wal
nut, whllo playing in tho stroat near his
home last evening, stopped on a pieco of
glass, and cut his foot sovoroly, tho blood
lUwing so much that it was feared ho
would bleed to doath, Dr. Gordon was
called and dressed tho weund. and at last
accounts tho llttlo follow was doing
Alucst a r'.KK. Hetweon two and
three o'clock yoslerday morning Mr.
Jleriuoinherc and Jim Wi-m d.'iaavertd
flro In tho bulldinronCcxamenial uvonuo
opposite the St. Nicholas total, occunlnfl
by Cbarlio Throckmottcn as a oblnt
shop. OUlcors Hhoeban and Martin feoing
nr ai nana wero caned, tnd ;cftklti; n
tho front door toon extinguished tbo
flames. It Is pretty certain tho tiro wi
the work of an Incendiary.
Deaths iioNTi'TjinTirRiiK. AVItUu
tho last four week;, or slnco tho lint
weather sot In, thero lias boen a good
many deaths among tho children ol tho
city. "Summer complaint" scorns to bo
tho prevailing malady, and pnronU can.
not ba too careful in what they allor
thoir llttlo ones to cat. Good cam, health'
ful nourishment and plenty of fresh al
nro a fuiv of tho important requisites t
prevent slckn.i among children.
Ah Hycimmion. An excursion for tho
benoOt of tho Firet llaptlst church and
Sunday tuhool (colored) has been arranged
for on iho Fourth. Tho steamer 1 liroe
Htatos has boen ongagod for tho occasion,
and will leavo Cairo at 8 o'clock in tho
morning for a grove tlvo miles holotv
Hickman, Tho fair fur tho round trip
from Cairo Is 75 conts ; from Columbusi
fiOconts, and from Hickman 25 cents.
Tho ipoakors aro Kov. F, Myers, K, Cald
wll, J. 1 llird and das. Nott.
The Concjkiha. Tho concert at
School's hall to-nlijht ,by thu Concordia
singing sucioty will ho u flnu airair. Tho
socioly havo donu much practicing of
liti, and aro capable of
making excollcnt music, and
thero is no ono who doubt but that
they will do thoir best on this occasion.
Thu programme is an excellent one, and
sure to glvo .atifactlon to those who
attend, mo nail is large, airy ami com
fortable, and espoclal caro will tiu takon
to havo It well vontilatcd on this occasion.
It is to bo hopod thero will bo a full homo.
Practical Watchmaker. Mr. J. J.
Stolr.ar, a practical and thoroughly com
patont vwttchmakor, has estab'ishod him
s df in business at hi residence, No. 12
Cros street, whom he will tako in all
work tendered him. Mr. Stolzor being
under no oxpento, can atl'ord to
work from 50 to 100 par cent chcapor
than any other watchmaking establish
ment In thu city. All work warranted
to give latisfaction. Orders for work can
bo loft at tho bindery In The Uulletin
building. Mr. Stol.or also knopi on hand
a full supply of all kinds of Uowoh, ana
will tako ploasuro in filling orders
left with him. 30-7-1-lm
A SunaKSTioN. Tho gcntlcmon who,
in their anxiety to punish crime, at
tempted to lynch tho murdorer of Etch
back, havo now an opportunity to provo
that their zoal Is not simulated. They can
show that they aro roally anxious to havo
tho law vindicated by acting upon this
suggestion : Let a subscription papor bo
circulated and a sum or money raltud to
pay lawyers to assist Popo In tho efforts
ho may mako to hang Gupton. "Who will
circulate tho potition? Come, now; let
us mako Judco UroSB or some otbor hon
est man tho troasuror of tho fund, retain
Green & Gilbert, Mulkoy, "Whoelor,
Wnbb, Llnegar & Lansden, and show by
Our wnrki llinl ua aro "Wiling lu e pun CI
our money as to spill blood unlawfully
in vindication of law.
Tun Fourth. The Hibernian lire
company's colobration on tho fourth is
tho all-absorbing topic among tho mem.
bers of that organization, as woll as a
largo class of outsiders. Tbo committco
of arrangements havo been hard at work
for tho last two weeks, and havo about
completed everything necessary to insure
tho success of tuo colobration. Tho mu
sic employed by tbo Hibernians for tho
occasion cannot bo oxcullcd In Southern
IllinoU. ltefrcHlimonls in abundance will
bo on tbo ground and a raised platform
for dancing will be traded, tho entire
platform to lo coverod uy tarpaulins to
socuro shade. Thu colobration will bu a
pleasant ull'alr, and should be woll pat.
IWiiiiacii'n Fukkkai.. 1 lie luicral of
Anthony Ksuhbacbaccording to previous
announcement, took place yesterday
morning, and waa largely attended, tho
Odd-Fellows, tho Cairo Casino and tho
Arab lire company turning out in full
ilro.'s. Tho funoral cortege left tho rcsi
denca ot tho defeased on Seventh street
at a llttlo after nine o'olock, marching up
Seventh xtreut to Commercial uvonuo, up
Uommcrclal lo r.igiuu hlroet, and up
Eighth to tho levee, whuro u spocial train
was in waiting. .Some timo was spent in
getting evorybody on tho train, and it
was nearly ten o'clock boforo It started
tor Villa Kldgo. Thu funeral coremonies
at tho grave worn conducted by tho Odd
Fellows. Tho funoral was very largo
probably the largest that hus taken placo
in Cairo fur a long lime.
t'KitiioNAL aoTKit. Kov. Mr. Wallar
wont to Carbondale by tho train yesterday
aitornoon to attond tho oponing
: tho Normal School. Ho
was accompanied by his son Charles
who will romain at thu school.
Miss AEco Harvey and Hophlu Ituck
ls of UArmi, aru in tho city vUiting th
family of l!or. Wallar.
Jir. U. It. Woodward and family
will leavo on an oxtonsivu tour through
Ohio ami tho Hast thu last of this week.
nr. noo ami lamily leave to-day for
Crittenden springs, Kontucky. whoro
thoy will spend tho summor months.
Judge Crawford, of Union county
nag uunil HIIUITII Oil OUUUay. Ill, WBI
thuguostof Mr Jewott Wilcox, and re
turned on thu early Monday morning
Prof. Urownollo and lady, of Gray.
vllle, llllnoli, woro at tho St. Charles hotel
T. II. Campbell, of Salt Lsko, was In
tho city yesterday.
Notice to Uuildkrs. Having started
up our saw mill again, wo aru now pro-
pared to furnish all kinds of buildlnir
material at lower pricon, delivorod, than
It can bo bought from country mllli
Wo havo also on hand two hundred
thousand feet of assorted li .miikr that
was colored by siim water that wn will
soil at Irom $7 to $10 per 1000 u-ot.
. . WALL & E.N'T.
Mr. Editor : Dear Str In locking
over tho The Hui.LEit.v of May 2Uh I
saw an articlo headed "Lincoln's Chris
tianity." Ono would naturally surpnio
that tho "subjoct" was exhausted by this
timo. Nearly ovory "itinerant prealhoi''
that know nothing of his "subject" has
had his say. That class of citizens wiuld
not, of course, bollovo his old lawparttor,
for it was not for tholr interost to Or lo,
1 am not writing this articlo for any spe
cllc eauio, but only In tho nipiort of
fayta and tho truth, such as tho tuo his
tottan will givo to tho future child on of
tarth. Mr. Lincoln was a man who
could not bollovo tiny tli In c to bo trut tin.
less ho could givo good reasons fui lt
truth; for, an nciilo logician as ho ras,
it was impossible fur him to bocomo a be
liovcr In the common theology ot tho dcy,
(as much so as "l'rof. Tyndatc.)" Mr1
Lincoln was a "ipirituallst" boforo tie
puoplo mado him their president. Ie
consulted a "modiiim" qulto often in na
tional nllalrs. His toacher lot him to
issuo tlio "preclamatlon of froodom" In
'd3, but ho had jIs doubts of ts being tho
right courso te pursuo. lie waited a
whllo, and tlou callet upon his
toacher (his Sarauelj fir instructions'
His toacher told Mm lo had nothing to
communicate to him until ho had per
formed tho inslruct'.ois that he had
glvon him boforo. After pondering
nwilo ho done us ho mm instructed. This
fact explains why ho countermanded tho
order of Gen. Froonnn, in Missouri. At
that timo ho was no) villlng to comply
with thu Instructions of hh luschor, but
afterwards saw tho mcoisity of tho pro
clamation. An agid ;nan calloj on
htm only a few daysbofsro hoclosol his
labors. They met, nit is strangots, but
as brothers. It was ait tho simple shake
of the band, but both Ho ut that timo
gave his fpliitual teahcr tho honor and
tho praise that was du to his wisdom and
1 givo those few Ineidonts knowing
that they aro truo, atl living wituessos
that cannot bo impoaood stands ready to
vouch for what 1 havesaid, nnd a great
deal more; and any on that writes to tho
contrary is a "bigot." c uoci not under
stand his subjoct. ou?s, Truly,
W. M. I).
Resolutions of Hks-ei-;. At a meet.
Ing of tbo Arab ilru ompany, held on
Monday evening, tho ,'olbwing resolu
tions woro adopted :
"WnKREAH, It hath oleasod Almighty
God in His inflnitumery, to call from our
midst in tho vigor of rrmhood ono of our
most zoalous andcrcditiblo members, An
thony Kschbacb, thcrofiro lu it
Hesolved, By tho ofiliori and members
of this company, that in tho death of our
beloved brother. Anthen; Eschbach, tbo
Arab flro company has lurlored an irrepar
able loss, tho community nt large an lion
orablo and upright citiV.ou, his wife an
afloctionate and loving huiband, aad his
children an indulgent nnd xind lather.
Kesolved, That tho foregoing rosolu.
tions bo sproad upon the journal, and pub
lished In tho city papcr3, und also Hint
copy of tho samo bo Eont to the family of
.1. C. llUELt
I). ArtTEu o; Co. aro just recivlng tho
largest and beft assorted stock -f saddles,
bridles, harness, etc., evorbroyht to this
Dr. Schenck'h 1'ulmohiu Ivruf, Sea
Weed Tonic, and Manuka. e Pii.l.
TIiuso modiclnes havo undou tedly per
formed moro curuB of Consunptlon than
any otbor romody known to tiel Ameri
can public. They aro cump'Cded of
vegetable ingredients, and cntt'in noth
ing which can bu injurious t tho human
constitution. Otbor romodie advurtiied
as cures for Consumption, pobubly con
tain opium, which U a somohat danger
ous drug in all cases, and if r.kon freely
by coi.sutnptivo patients, it tust do groat
injury; for its tendency is Uconllno the
morbid msttur in tho systoi, which, of
course, mut mako u cure imposeihlo.
tichonck'n Pulmonic Syrup i. warranted
nut to contain a partiuloof op.m: It is
composed of powerful but harrless herbs,
which act on tho lungs, live) stomach,
and blood, und thus correct ll morbid
secretions, unit cxpol all tho diiased mat
tor from tho body. Thcso ai tho only
means by which coniumptln can bo
cured, and as Schonck's I'ulmoic Syrup,
Sea Weed Tonic, and Mutidrau Pills aro
tho only mudicinos which opcato in this
way, it is obvious thoy aro the only gen.
uino euro for Pulmonary CriBumption
Each bottlo of this invaluablunedicino la
accompanied by full diroeions. Dr.
Schonek is professionally at Ik principal
ollico, corner .Sixth and Arch streets
Philadelphia, every MomVy, whero all
luttura lor advice must bo ildrcssod.
Mr. O. W. Smith, speed agent for tbo
Howe Maciiini: Co.M'A.nv, is now
stopping at tho St. Cbalos hotol. Tho
company want a first clas agent in Cairo,
and .Mr. Smith is propund to otl'ur Bpccial
iiiducomonta to ono of tks right kind. Thu
machine is woll knownhcro as well as in
otbor sections of county whoro sowing
machines aro in uso, unl h fact, as well
as by reputation, Is tko very best
ami most salable nach no manufac
tured. Any person Jusirmg an iigenoy
will pleaso call on Mr Suith, at tho St.
Uimries Hotel, for a few dajs. -10 C5-tf
Having sold out my ollico and practico
to Dr. J, Jonnollc: of DuOimm. ulm
will tako possession of tbo ollico tho PJth
ol June, I bosepoak for Dr. .lonnello a
liberal sharo of public patronage. 1 am
woll acquainted with lim and know hl-.i
to bo si Urst-cUas dorttlt, unl would most
cboorfully reoommont 1,1m to all of my
frionds and patrons. u. E. Douolah.
All thoso indebted tin run timl ,,11 dm,.
having accounts agaiist mo aro renuoitcd
to call and tuttlo mil) s.f.-l
Intend going away thi 12th of Juno.
3J-C-1-0' (i. E. Douolah.
A OitEAT KAUltlKICE.
Twolvo yards groiiadine for 1 and
many otbor goods at similar nrlces to bo
had at Damol Hartnm.ti's. HB-0-l'J.tt ;
OHAND ITALIAN NIGHT CftLH
HHATION. F1KST ANNINEHSAltY OF THE
On tho ovonlng or July 1st, at John
School's unit, to commence ut 8 o'clock.
Adtnlsioti Gontlemoti, 50 cents; ladies
Tho programmo will consist of specchos
In English and German ; singing and
dancing. All kinds of rofreshmon'.s In
Evobody Is cordially invited.
Tios ran bo had at 'P. (I. H. hubV
Duftii) Hui falo .Meat. Tlvo i-,lJrul
pounds driod bullalo moat, just- recciviA'
from Colorado, for sulo by
G. D. WlI.l.tAM-ON,
1 1 n-23-Ot No. 70 Ohio lnvco.
TltK IlEhT. Wm. Ludv-ig, harness
makor, corner of E'ght streot and Com.
morcial ovenuo, has thu best supply of
harnes., saddlri, brldli, etc., In Southern
Illinois, und sells them i cheap ns tho
cheapest. 'M:u-3U f
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1 ;
8 jioutids best cotleo sugar at ?1, I pounds
of choico buttor at $1; baking jn.wdur 15i
per il ; Imperial tea at M ; :t) tbs c.iNVu
fl.at Wilcox's lllock. 107 'J-l-lm. V
On and aftor this duto all persons are
notified not to givo or soil intoxicating
liquors to my husband, Thom&s Sullivan,
anil not to harbor him under ponalty of
tho law. Ellen Sullivan.
Cairo, 111., Juno 2C, 1671. 2l-C-28 0t
Millinery uoodh at Cost. Mrs
Ilriggs, Commercial avenue, cornor lenth
street, wishoi to inform the Indies of Cairo
and vicinity that for tho noxt 80 dajs sho
will sell hor summer millinery al coxl
Pleasu call and examine her goods, if
you vslsh something lino at a low price.
All persons whoso liquor liconso ox
piros on July 1st, next, are hereby notified
that their bonds must bo executod and
filed in my ofllco on or boforo tho 1st day
of July, as thero will boa special meeting
of tho city council on that or tho ensuing
day for tho approval of said bonds.
Will K. Uawkimi, City Clork.
Illinois Central Pailroad Co, j
AdENTb Oefi'-e, V
Cairo, Juno 'JU, 1871. J
Excursion tickets for tho fourth of July
will be sold from Cairo to anv othor
station nnd roturn at ono and ono-flfth
faro. AVo will commence thu sale of the
tickets on FrhNr. .tulr t. nd ilUnnnttnuo
on tho deprturo of tho evening train on
tho 1th. Tickots good to roturn till tho
litb, inclusive. Jame.h Johnson, Agent.
D. Artkk il: Co. aro just receiving tho
largest and best assorted stock of saddles
bridlos, harness, etc., avor brought to this
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PA IITNEI!
811 1 P.
Tho co-partnorship herotoforo oxiiiting
bctwoon S. 11. Ward and H. .M. Jtobcrts
under thu llrrn namo of Ward ii Uoborts
is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
II. M. Huberts retiring from thu firm. S.
U. Ward will continue tho paint, glass
and wall paper business at tho old stand
and will sutliu all allalrs of tbo said Arm.
S. 15. AV.utn.
II. M. KoiiKU'f.
Cairo, III., Juno 2tth, 1871. 10-0-21-11
G. O. ftoden, Director of Conforvato-y
of .Music, and Teacher of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction given in
all itringod and wind iiiftrumonti'. Ele
mentary principle?, thorough bass, bar
mony nnd counter point. Unprecedented
inducomonts oll'ured. Thoso wishing to
socuro his services will pleaso apply at
tho Conservatory of Music cornor of
Twelfth atreot and "Washington avoriuo.
PinnoH tuned and ropairod,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Jll'jAU, KINDS, IIAltl) A.'lfi01'T,
Keep (joiiitantly on hand
Mill and Yard, J
Conner .'lltli .Street
ami Ohio J.ovco.
WALL &, ENT,
.Mamif.ii'tiiri'rt and Dealers in
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER A IS J) JATii,
l'OI'LAH.OAIv, CVPKUS, ASH, GUM
AND COTTONWOOD, hUH
DUESSKD PINE, ASH AND POP
IjAH FLOOUING, OEILNG AND
KITOIlIco at v mill on aimer of Tvvcn-
ty-.ecoml ttiuct und Ohio Leco.
II. WARDNEH, 31. J).
II. .1. STALK Kit, M. 1).
Ollico an I ivhidciice 111 'uniinrcial A vo
next door to the Athelietllli. ct-lU-t
MISSOURI STATU LOTTEM',.-
Lboalizbd ut Btatb Authohitt All
Grand Sinijlo lMunilfcr Sohorilo.1
00,000 itUMDEaa- !
Ur.Aiui (V Tn nt. iiitiu't, vr...vi. .,i iu?
w .( .riHITII ,IJ, lJI'l
o.aeu rrizos, Amounting lo,f 300,000.
,i j . . . . .... . .
....T. 13, V)
.. . i!M
Tlekots 10; Hall iiokots, if- O.uarlor
Tickots, '3 CO.
Onr lotlirlM are ulitrltra t t,y tdo HUtn, tr
alwarn ilrir..n at lh IIii.k nonfil. kni nil ilrow
'us am unilvr tbe ruprrlmen of nnrncmn-
I o iik tu'Sfe1 l'"i't; IH I" iIJilitl In the M.
uf UctI5 J cor f drawing cntlu mn.lMrn
.n",',:,:!! t ?h: ;,c,;x';"eme ,he ,nt """"
An i, Id ihiu I in mi, i' said th.it neat I all
iHn am-n in mii..ili ti'.lll A MslMl:n I'liSUI
Tio: hi nil im.ii, ami iln-slatcnn m i
tnip, nllhiiiiL'h ll limy al tir-r -vfan like an
I'Xairiri mliMii. Io n tin l,n, r i-, out nl nr
dcr tho wlmte Mn m atnl m r .riran ihhI
I'linrtloi'. niirer liiorr ir le in niii-i ,in n, c
In the iurlplciit Magi" of the ill-eiifr a man
DOES NOT KNOW WHAT AII.S 111.11.
He i-mooih, re-lies') ami di'ipniiilnil-, ami
that tin' tlv'o! to l.iki a hIMI'I.C. Itll.MI'.M
that will re top' h in to he Itli.
IN A SINGLE DAY,
and prrnl a whol. train of tlieaM-q that
Mo i ra I.IVEK 1'II.I.S euro torj.lilil) ol
the Lit i r.
MuT'I" LIVER PILLS Kitps ton.- to tin
etoinarli. MoTT'S I.IVEK P1LI.S dcanfo the m
tern of lilli'.
MO'IT'S I.IVEIt PILLS dtlvc out febrile
MOTT' I.IVL'I! PILLS MlTDgthon the
.MOTi" I.IVEK PILLS roKiiblr the
Liver, and are inori- rrllablc a. a Liter m d
Irlnc than all) of I'm mineral preparatiKim
that no tiniiK il.tlit. in t linoli.
Kor Kile by ail tlruiririrt'. 1'rKe 2.' ri-nl-por
jimi. i . nr. mii . ' i nil ,v i i ., ri
ptiel',r, i .iii'l 'i "Hi'." l'l.ne.Not
No. 2'i .o-;.s.i .
tHE REMINGTON V0RKsi
A NEW IMPROVED
The "Modal for Progress."
At Vicuna,; ls;:t.
Tho Highest order nl "Medal,, Awarded
at the Lpoilion.
NO SEWING MACHIN'K RECEIVED A
A FEW (iOOD HEASO.NS:
1. A Ni-w Invention thoroughly tested
and i-n-nred by Letter Patent.
-.Make at I'IMihxt Lork Stitch, allko
on both hldc!, on all l:iiulol vooil-.
ItiuiH Light, t-inootli, NoUehxs, ami
ltapid bet combina'iou ot qualltlcx.
I. Duratilc Kuus tor ) cars without re
pair. ft. Will do all vurltn-' of Work and Panej
btituhing In a hupoiior manner.
II Ik most atslt managed by the opera
tor Length uf iitch may be altered tvtulc
running, and machine can be threaded with
out pa-iltiu- threail through holes.
" Delgn simple, In.'euloii., EloL'ant.
forming the ptlteli tvilhout the lire of Cu
Wheel (icart, llotarv Cam or Li ter Arm-.
Hat tin- Automatic Drop Feed, tvlileh in
urc uiilloim length of-liteh utuuy peied
lias our new Thre'id Contrnller, tvhtrh u.
low las-y movement of uvcUlu-bar nnd
prctciiti Injury to thread.
B. Conduction moft carelul and tin-l-hi
il. UU mamilacluicd by tho ino'l hklll
ful aul experienced maeliaului, at tho ecle.
brated Kk.mim.iiin Au.mdky, Ii.ion, .N, .
Chicago Olliee, 1!5 Mate -trout.
2 'i- li-2ll.Viii
A The groat iIIkoo very ot thr
u';o. Thoro lmio pain wlileli
tho Centaur Liniment will not
.. relievo, no btvelling which ll
Y will lint Klihiluo. anil no limi..
)P nc-a which It will not cure
i-jThln h btrong laiignaifo, but
it lu ll-ll., It lu til. I,,,.., I.,,...
Ip'rV'P'S the reclpo In prlutml uioiimt
oaeh bottle, A circular containing eertiti
jate of tvondcrlul euros of rheuiimtbm
neuralgia, joek-Jatv, t.prn!ii, cwclliiig,
burin, seald, eaked-brs at, poonoui.
'iltcH, frozen loot, u'uut. mlt rheum, ear-ache
.Vo., anil tbfa roolim of tho l.liumunt will liu
inuit gratl to anyone. It U the inoit won
ilcrful licallng nml pain relict Imr agent the
world liai, ever proituied. ltt.elN mini ar
ticlo ever before did nc-ll, nml it sollHbecaiiyo
It doc Just what It pretends to do. Ono bot
tlo of tho Centaur Llnlmnnt for animal
(yellow wrapper) in worth a hundred dol
larnfor spavined, strained or galled hoisoi
umlmiiloH, and for n r?tv-tvorm in hui p.
No family cr ttock-ownor can allord lo bo
without Centaur Liniment. Price, nncenlh;
aogr bottlo. $1. .1. 11. Kobo .V Co., fi.1
llroadtvay, New York.
OASTOKIA i moru liiiui a niiihiitute tor
Cantor Oil. It 1 thu only bait, articlo In
cxMcnco which 1 mire to regulato the bow
els cure wlmlcolie and produco natuial
deep. It lplo.iant to take. Children noed
not cry and mother may plocp. 10-7 tvly
wooiiCrrs pain paint
Cures all kinds ol pain. For Halo by
FINN AND METZ
?olo agents lor Alovindcr, Pulakl, L'ulon
mil .Mnac. couulic. ilt-li-ll-2iii
This Is tho only Professional "II nu-s mi
String Hand" in .Southern Illinois, and It I
now ready unit pHparuu to iuiuii-u uiutie
In any uiimbrrs fur
and I'ai'ties of all kinds
En.'Wn no, Leader, (1. ( . ItoiiK.v, hee'y
All eommuulciilioiiH slnilild lie uilitn t.f .1
to the Hccreliirt, ron.sert.ilory ot Mosic,
I oriii'l' I ttclllli btreet and in-li ngtoii
atenlle r,i)i, H-lf.
C N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Jicvec, over Mathtia Si UlilV.
StSs-ififibiJiut jlrtt-clmt (hmpanin
SalTord, MorriH & Candce,
7.) Ohio l,cvco, Oily National Hank
Ituililin, Caiiiu, Ills
The nMot clnbll.heil Aki iic)' In Holllhern
Illinois, rrtuuri'lillm: iiv'
MILLER & PARKER,
G ononis Commission
KI.OI'I!, C'OKN, OATS, HAY e
Afoot for I'airliankN Scale.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
W. str.itton. m
STRATTON &. BIRD
Agents American Powder L'oinpany,
r,T OHIO r.KVKK, CAlllO.
PARKER &, AXLEY.
All I (icniral
Corner of fclli street and Wahinnnon Atr.
. II. ThlktlcttrKHl. P. .1. ThMli wood
THISTLEWOOD &, CO.
l'lour, Corn, Oabs, Jlay, Ac.
No. 7? OHIO LLVl.E,
COFFEY, HARRISON .V CO.,
(Suotensoni to D. Hunt A Hon.)
fi.iiim, uitAi.t .'..in hat.
No fi Ohio Levim. OA 1 HO, 1 LIS
NKW YORK STOitU,
WHOLKSALK AND RRTAIIi.
LAUOKfiT VAHIXTV STOCK IN TltH CUT
GOODS HOLD VKIIY OLOSK.
Corner or Htuolxoiitli ntrt-til liuil l.itu
V: O. PAT.'Ki;
II sm asr as r x taaaiiwMMijjt.
JIKAI. CflTAliC Aoxnov.
I"hn l;. lldimar
J. O. HARMAN Sl CO.
IEEJjL ESTA TB
COL I. KOTO ILS,
And Land Agents of thu llllnoo. Central and
lliiillujiloii und Missouri It. it. on.
North (Jor. Sixtli nnd Ohio Lovco,
C WINSTON & CO,
Ileal Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Lhvuk, (Second Floor,)
Iluy and Hell ItCAL ESTATE. Pay TAXES,
l.'m-rtiJieii Al,.li'i,,.ifi of 'eon. '
Collar fctato Ht.
Tfie tnoit Itinovntd SptdaUrt ff th Ai. in
trtatmtnt cfVIil VATE, CJWOXG ami Vlil
XM! 1' DISEASES, SEMIXAl. WEAKNESS.
TLo itault ircirlr litdltcmtluu. ortll.tr .utti, ,ujuli(
Kl.ttVOVHNK.SS, riMrLKS OS Till! KACt. Aft'lltlOK TO
KOCIITY, .lll'ill'r.0 HIOI1T, 1.084 Of tir.UORY on
luxuoon i-cri icktly ceato. 'rui cukau op
uciuciL i.ui:r.TV-i:. nii..r.i..tiih tiiit. .ijc.ii,,,
tkrl.lLluf Ktoiq.jrtukirjr.Mlijiiot, uy. '111. liHlltutfit.
lo ti.rrU(e. Ttilr u.tur.. c.iuo Q4 curt. I'rU. W cbli,
tPiitliiUlioclU-4 covflbr. l..llt. r.ulrluour(k.l .il,
liitU-.l Bttcit4.ni'a cr milk lu.jr ..11 w 4Jm. IL. Jo.ur.
Jui.lU. rrotllft ulttt erU.t. .i.ftiu.utf, to.M, fcUu4
iu,,r' C'ujk.UuuuUiti. liuLUranatAul.