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ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Takes great pleasurMn announcing tliat
Ujcjt are now prepared lo supply everybody
Willi lake Ice of Uio vy bet qtialltj . cltlicr
at tlielr bouses ornt the Mores. Orders
should b lift t tlic olUce, No. 00 Ohio
ICG. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT &. SON
Who'.esalo and K.'U II Dealers Id
I'UKE LAKE ICE,
Ualro, Illinois and Columbus, Kentucky.
Cairo office at lltllen & AVIIson's, corner
Twelfth street nnd Ohio lccc.
We will run nn Ire nacwn throughout the
caon, delivering pure Uko Ire In any pm
f the city at the lowcrt msrkct prire, ami
olll alio furnish our friends out.idu the city
with Ice hv tha cake or ear load, packed In
tvw dull, for shipment to any distance.
m t MG-tf
CAIRO LOCAL 2TEWS.
Somebody lo take from tm a thoii'aiid liill
licaiN, good paper ami finely printed, lor
(nothouaml statements printed nt Tun
lli'M.i-.Tl.x olllce for iH.M.
One tliiuaiul liote head prln'ed at Tnse
llt'M.CTiN olllce for I.W; twothi-iivind for
One thou'and business canK tine Bristol
lo.ird. printed at Tiik llt'Ll.lllNi oUie
from yi.W to a?t.CK. arifodiii,to sl
THUKSDAY7jg?E2. 1574. n
DEST J1IUVAKBE 11 f '
uioeived fresh iv
bett. than has cvor been received in tliii
OX IIUAV0I1T COOL ASCII 1RKSH EVERY
Juit the thing for this i-a, try It.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Rectifier and Wlioloalo Denier
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUOIiS AND WINES.
o. c4, ohio levee,
FITS CUEED FREE.
Any Hereon suiTcrini; from the above ills.
cae l requested to nddrc.I.H. PlMCi:. and
a trial bottle of medicine w ill bu forwarded
bv eA-tircf, FilKE
Dr. rrtcclaa ivkuUt phyatclau, anil lia
mauc tuc treatment oi
FITS Oil KPILKI'SV
a Utidy for year, and lie will warrant a
cure, by the use of lil remedy.
Do not fall to tend to him Inr trial bottle
It costs nothing, and he
win cum: rot,
no matter of how long standing your cice
may be, or how many otbe. remedies may
Circulars and testimonials .-out with,
i'kek tkial bottu:.
DU, CHAS. T. I'KIfJL',
C7 William Street, New Vork.
Charcoal Furnaces ut T.
floor bruthei, with long handlei, which
Ihoy retail at wholesale prices. .7-2-l!w
Funeral Notice. The funeral of Mlii
Kato Crowley, who died in thii city yes
terday arternoon, will bo attended lo-tnor-row
morning from the rcsldsnco of Mr.
John llowley nt OJ o'clock. Kequlom
high ma!i at St. Patrick's church at 10
o'clock. The corpio will rotniln In tho
church until .1 p.m., when the funoralser
vlcci will bo held. The funeral will leavo
tho foot of Eighth street at 2 p.m.
Silver Cornet Hand. Wo Warn that
this excellent band has received a liberal
oiler to no lo at. l,oui on the fourth to
held onnof tin socloties of that town In
tho bl procosslon, and to furnish muiio
for the exci"Sionlsts who have chattered
Ihoit'" J- F- Eckert for tho day and
r-'ght ef that dav. This it one of the
bcit bandi in the wit, and will do no
diicredit to our city If thoy conturamato
tho contract with the St. Louii people.
The IlmiKMA.Ns. We nollco that tho
Hibernian lire company havo comtnencod
work In earnest on their picnic grounds
They had n large torce nt work yesterday
creeling stands and mowing down tho
grass, i'hll Howard was suporlntondtng
tho work, which is a sufficient guafantco
that tho placo will be put in first-class
order. The match game of base ball be
tween tbo Mound City and Cairo clubs
will take place within the samo square
CiiAfcCOAL In any tiualntit to suit
purchaser at T. J. Jverth'c fc7-Clt-tf
Dividenh. Tho Olty National bank
psid Its stockholders fivo per cent, semi
annual dividend on .July 1st.
Tho largest assortment ot summer
bats and caps in tho city and for less
mouoy aVl).- Hartman'. 0S-0-12-tf
All tho day boarder? in tbo city can
ba accommodated at tbo fat. Charles
hotel, with first-class board at second class
TciiKtsil bathing towels, bathing
lovo. sponees. extra Bay rum, toilet
powders, retailed s who)nti prices at
Herclay Ilros. .7-2-2WJJ-J
Somktiiino New. Bucks Crystal
Brilliant with glass oven doors. 'o oc
caslon to havo burnt bread. Call and see
It at T, .1. KKnTii H. s7-6.t'.'-tf
CoiiME.snAULK. .Mr. James Kyan, tho
street srptnkler, bat the tlnnksofhllofour
pvepl fcr sprlnklingmarket house square
during the evenings on which the open air
concerts l ame o!!. Whai's more, ho did
it without charge o rnovo that ho be
hired to do this every ovening that the
baud Is out, and a paper should be circu
lated among our citUons to pay for the
stmo. It is not fair that Mr. l'.yan
should do this work for nothing.
It is (act well established that most
of tho ale and portar sold as genuine
Seotcn ale and London porter is entirely
unfit for moJical us?, being baso traita
lions. Btrclay l!ro s, the druggists, re
cognizing tbo importanco of luvinc the
genuine gioit, have procuroi direct an
invoice of McK wen's sin and Bvsit
porter, wtilcti onn e L&dlur madlc&l pur
poses, at their stores on Uhio Iqtco and
Washington avenue, at moderato prices
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
rillKMI M'ltlMi SJOODS
MltS. M . J A 0 K S 0 K
(Konncrly Mrs. Swanders,)
nnouDce that she has rust; opened a larg
assortment ot the
Millinery (loodi to le touna in tho market
.She will keep on hand
1IAT8, UoNNKTP, FL0WK1US, KlllllO.B,
Dress Tkim minus or All Kinds,
LAI)IE FURMtlllKO (jOOVf, Horiosif,
COLLATE, UHUEKpLEKVr.J. ItUKI'!",
And all goo) found In millinery ktnrna, all
ot which will be ilUpod oi at the lowest
cub prlcos. Mrs. Jacknon reepeclfullv
aks a continuation of tbe pataonae whb L
has been M llb laliy bt-towed upon tier bv
the ladle of ( 'air and ih vlr mi v
ft full supply of nil kinds of flowers ana
v. Ill tko pleasuro in filling irdort
lefi with him. 30-7-Mni
v New Aluaky, Ind., Junt 30.
Mt. l'oat Master i Sim Ahoit tho
first Af November, 1873, my son, l'noman
C. MjlClnney, loft the city of Miiiialtnc,
Iowa on n boat with the intuiiton of
comlag homo, ilnce then 1 haft not
hsarj a word from him, I do not ktow
whether he Is dead or not. I nm rery
utoaty nboilt blm. "Would yeu pliaso
ghatls to the editors of your Jtily
papers nd a.k them to pioase insert I tin
their ra?r, and you will greatly oblrs
a widow who is very anxious to hcarfnn
hor son. Any information concern! g
his vheteabouls will be gratefully t
celvcd by his widowod mother.
Uns. Sat. a H McKlsney,
New Albany, Ind.
J'ahadk ;ult Fourth Tho Delta
City lire conpany headed by tho Delta
City cornet hand) will start from theiron
glne house at e3i a. in, march dJwn
Commercial avonuo to Twelfth, out
Twelfth to Washington nvcnuo down
Washington avenue to St. Jatilck's
church, arriving thcie nt 0 a. n , where
they will receive the St. Patrick' benevo
lent society. Tho jrocesslon thus rein
forced, ttlil tnnrih.down Washington
avenuo to;Kigbth, aK-n'o Eighth to Com
mercial, down Commercial to Sixth, along
Sixth lo Ohi ' rltur, up Initio to rour'
teonlh, out Fourteenth to Commercial,
up Commercial to Tvonticth, along
Twentloth to Washingloa, up Washing.
ton to St. Mary's park, where prcpara
tions have been made to- a proper cole
bratlon of the day.
Clias, Galllgher, Esq , who has been
rusllcitlng with his family In Colorado,
will return home Friday.
Henry Halllday, Kij., left for Spring
field, 111., jestorday to spend a fow days
with friends In that city.
Mr. AV. 11. Dozonla, clork with llall!
lay Bros., returned yesterday morning
from a trip to Murphysboro mid Contral
Illinois, looking much better thtn when
Mr. J. U. Jlnrsh, ono of the old ro-
liablo conductors on the Illinois Central,
has resigned, and acceplod n placo on tho
Cairo A- Vlnconncs railroad, .lord is n
good, Kfady, reliable man and will suroly
piaaso nil i.nw employors.
-Mt. James &v.,,loD in o)J rel)Jont
of Calro,hasftCcepleJnj...,loM fkU
road agent and tolegrap'nor at i
City. His fatally will soon Join him in
thu row luiiio. Wa regret us svo thorn
The following wero the arrival Huil ilr
psruiri'i lor the '.'I hours cndliij at o
o'clock last u cuing.
Stoamor City of Chestor, Hi. Louis j
" Idiowltd, F.vansvMlci
" .). W. Mills, Bout i j
" Hollo ol Memphis, Memphis j
" l'alnlor No. 2, .South.
Steamer City of Chester, Memphis i
" IdlowIM, Kvatisvllloj
" Jim Fisk, I'adiuah i
" J. W. Mills, Ohio river.
" Fainter No. Ohio river;
" Hollo oi Memphis, St. Louis.
Thn rivor has fullon 3 lnchos during tho
past 21 hours.
The wenther wag cloudy until ovening,
but very hot, nevorlhulesi buslno.'s lidiill'.
lC60 Ura'111 1'owor Capitol City n.id
,. .'".'crnroiluofrom St Louis to-day.
Tit it It fl. . . '
mk a i. BriTA rti AHsnvr.
Mm Q, llannarr orP
J. Q. HARMAN &, CO.
EBAL BSTA TB
And lind AgenlHoI tlic llllnol Central and
IliirlitiglOii mid Mlwuirl It. It. i o.
North ('or. Sixth anil Oliio Lcvco,
C. WINSTON & CO,
lo.yo our eity, but wish them well In J'0 1f,,Jtll, H" nnd barges weie oa jjStltO A Lr01liSf
1'or Sale at Wlakfalc and ISctail.
COBSLU 32l) hTUEETAM) OHIO LEVEE,
D. Akteii & Co. nrcjust receiving the
largest and best assorted stock of saddles,
bridles, harness, etc., over Drought to this
McGaulet'sj soda fountaiu has a big
run these warm days. Mae knows bow
to get it up and uces notbiug but tho pure
fruit in making his syrups.
Gikman-Enulhu School. Tho clos
Ing exorcises of ttii school took place
ymtorday. Wo will givo tho proceed
lags in full in our to-morrow's Issue.
The larcost nod lct-ielcctcd stock
of FUBNirUKE for salo at wholesale
and retail by HENKY E1CHH0FF, No.
11&, Commercial avenuo.opposite Sovonth
ttrec.. 71 0-17-3m
r),.,ou Tim. -t.diois leaving Lairo
in th? morning via the Cairo & Yincen
ncss railroaa arrive at Cincinnati and
Louisville tl.o same evening, and may en
joy tho best dinner they ever oat at in-
FlTTIsa Ur. Mr. J. Burgor, the
clothing merchant, it fitting up Uio build
ing at the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio lereo with shelving, counters, etc.,
and wii' move in withlu n few days with
a full line of gentlemen's wtar.
Ca r.l.OM'A LE. A lmgo number of our
cit..'.-m left on tho i,trly AVelnesday
mornir.g train for Carbondale to be
present at tho cpenisg of the Southern
Illinois .Normal tchx)). Our local was
among tho nurnLcr, and v. ill report every
thing of interest.
NoTioi!. The membsrs of tho Blue
Stockiug llao Ball Club aro herebr noti
ce i iri a; mere win u a meeting at :io.
71. Ohio l)veo on this (Wednesday)
ovening, a, o o clock.
M. 1 Fultos, Bto t
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT U
Offilco Over Fiitt National Bank. 5-15-3m
Cairo City Mills. This flouring mill
shut down Saturday to thoroughly over
haul and get ready for the busy season
Tho proprietors have a large force at
work and will havo everything as good
as new by tho 7th of July. Tbo City
Mills used over '.'00,000 bushsls of wheat
last sosson, and oxpect to grad at leait
270,000 bushels during tho coaing yeir.
These mills have a world-wide reputation.
Their brands are known and called for
from tho Atlantic to the 1'ae.fic. Thoy
latoly filled sovoral large orders for a com
mission Arm at Havana, Cuba.
Tub Muudibkh. Tho granl jary I
brought In a bill of murder against "Wra. J
Uupton. There was talk of having bis I
case cotno before the court this week, but
tnis is not probablo. It it should bo :all?d
be will, without a doubt, take a cbttgo of
venue to some other county, claim.'cg is
a roasun that the people of this eoanty
are so prejudiced that he would nut re
ceive justice. Several of Uupton s rel-
atircs arrived In tbo city yesterdiy, and
are negotiating for attorneys tc dtlend
blm. "N o learned at h late h,ur that
Llnegar &i Lansden hJ btsn selected
to help him through.
SuouE'i Corrects a Mistikf. liev.
Mr. Shores of4tbe First Biptist missionary
church, t;olorol) rci'ieits us to publish
the fallowing :
JULY 1, 1B74.
Mr. Editor: In your this morning's
iuut, I notice that a notice i given to the
community stating that the First Bapti't
church will have a picnic for tho benefit
of tie eburch and school. This is a false
report. I huve bum putor of the First
lUptlst church of this city for nearly
eight years', and I know that rny congro
gation does not intend to havo n pirnic on
tho fourth. The wbolo thing is falte.
T. J. Shores.
Ehitoh Bi lhtis ; W hilo coming
down the I. 0. K. K. ysterday my at
tenlion was attracted ti u conversation
betweon tho train boy aid n poor farmer
boy. Tho train boy wis attempting to
sell tho poor fellow sonn of his prizs (')
packages, which tho latter refused, where
upon tho train boy offertl to either sell
him a package for 50 ceits or bet him
f3 that tbo package cottalned not lust
than $2 ; the prospect Wis too tempting
so ho invested in a pakago which of
course contained no prla. The invest
ment was twice repeated with of course
tho same rosult. 1 monton this hoping
that it may fall under tli notice of some
ot the company's otllcials, believing at 1
do, that the practice of rich confidence
game: on their trains nil be suppressed
wheaever thoy como to their knowledge
W. H. M
ibelr new homo.
W. B. Sack and family, a prominent
banker and business man of Capo Girar
deau, Mo., was at tho St. Chariot yestor-
dy. AVm. Enders, i well-known citizen
of St. Louis i Joseph 11. Spencer, n lead-
ig merchant of Baltimore! O.O.Stock
ton, of St. Leuis, and Dr. K. W. Bradley
of Louisville, Ky., aro also registered at
tbo St. Charles.
Mr. I. Dugan, an old Caroite.was in
the city Wodnesday, and left for St. Loais
on the night train. YVo tee by the dia
gram published In tho St. Louis "Demo
crat,' giving tho positions ot the steamers
which are to take part in tho bridge cele
bratlon, that the Cairo stoatner. J. F
Eckort, with which Mr. Dugan Is con
CooV. from Evansvliu...,,, f 1 .., ....
- J I UU UU IU'UIIi
Tuo Steamer I Jr Hilman ..,Du n
FaJucah on monday tnornirig, was ijUit
M Kvansville in Janmry, Ib71, by Henry
Scott ai. I Jno. Sinzor, nnJ had l i
Win, Dix, iChas
71 Ohio JjKVHK, (Second Floor,)
Oil 4i,' .U 1IUO.I IWATII, I'.v 'PA XI."1,
1 iimi'lief AiiMr.i'ia oi I inc.
Massingale nnd valued nl ?' 1 2,000. fabe
was laying at the foot of Tennessee Island
and caught tiro from her stove, on
rliich waWr was being boated lo s.'rub
Thu T. F. Eckert it doini: a land oilice
business as a plcr.io boat. Shu has '.aid
her bigcrains, thut occupied the forocmlln,
away for tho prosunt, and the bulk heads
John II. Mulkvy.
AVillbiu C. ilulkey.
Office: Kltrlilh atrrct, between Coiiiincr
clal ni.d tVashltivtou aM iiues. .VI I t r.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW.
WlUam II. Ollbeit, C.UltO. II
MUcsF. Ullbert, j
JSrSptcIal attention glento Admiralty
and ritckmboat hunloc.e, '
Office t Ohio Leiee, ltoomi. 7 und 8 oi r
City National lUuk.
XMJW YOKK BTOUK,
WHOLEBA.LE AND HKTAIL.
ULUubbt vuiarrt aTOOK IS 711 CITT
OOODB BOLD vaay OLOBB.
U. O, l'ATlut
Ef mucu s BiKUtii Siior. Hudolph
Leuel, an txperined barber, will open
the shop of the late I'chtach this morn
Ing, i rid conduct it for tbo benefit of
the widow. l'Htroncge of Kudolph will bo
an set ' f k'u.Jiuss to tbo family of tjie dt
Delta Crrv Fiuk CosirA.sx. The
Delta City flro company have received
their uniforms and will wear them at the
parad'j on tbo Fourth. They will bo
dressed in black pants, white shirts, black
bolts with gilt lc.ters, and fireman's fa-
Vit,.o Tim company win turn out
en mase, and with their gay uniforms and
handsomely decorated engine, drawn by
four horses, will surely attract attention.
Washington Bakery. Mr. Joseph
I!onekT has taken charge of this well
known establishment, and wil', on and
alter to-day, bo nblo to supply tho
public wi'U cboico bread, Including
BoMon, Brown and Oraham bread, besides
outcs anu coniectionaries of uvory de
scription. Being an experienced and
sklllul baker, Mr. Itonoker will not fail to
satisfy all who patronlio him. no
Wasbingten avenue. '188.8.131.52m
liAMi isLL.-Tho Mound City ban
ball club has accepted the Invitation ex
tended lo it by Mr. l'hil Howard to play
tho Lilro ooys u match gamo on the
Fourth. Tho gamo will take place on tbo
open space opposite the custom houso, and
will ho ono ot Uio attractions ol tho Hi-
bernlan picnic. It behooves our boys to
be up nnd doing or thoy will bo "left.1.
Tbo Mound City club Is devoting till its
luiburu hours to practice.
The extravagant prices dumandod for
fuathur dusters have deprlvod tho house
keepers of moderate moaiis ot their uso
llarclay uros,, by purchasing In large
quantities from first hands, are now on-
tabled to rcduco tho prices so as to bring
them within tho roach ol all. Tt&y ft40
keep every variety of window, wall and
C, A V. Sfi'XKIXTE.WDENT. M(j
Henry L. Morritt his boon appointed
general superintendent of the Cairo and
Yincenhoss milroal with his olllce nt
Cairo The mtjor Is an experienced rail
road man, in whom tbo business cominu
nity has great confidence. He it one of
the recetve-s, undor whosu management
tbo rosd has (.ommenced to prosper, being
relieved of tbo embarrasaments undor
which former managements have laboreJ
Tno msjor will now devote all his tlmo
and attentios to tho business of the
road, and wu havo no doubt nUUvnr, that
be will, within it few months, bo enabled
te make it both a popular and paying in
CtltrriT Court. Thero was very little
business transacted yesterday at this
court ; tl granu jury were In session far
a short time, but nothing of Import
anco was reparted to tho court. Charles
Wright, the bird thiovo who mado away
with tho canaries arid mocking birds of N
Linton and others, was brought up and
plead guilty. Judge IHkor gave him 18
months in the pcultentary.
Sloven Buchtiion was thu next to np
pjar before his honor and pleaded guilty
to tho charge of bigamy. His attorney
akol lor a stny cf judgment. Ho will bu
suntonred to-morrow or ask for change of
I'liACTicu. Watchmaker. Mr. J.
StoUer, u practical and thoroughly com
potent watchmaker, lias estab'lihod blm.
self in businoss nt his resldonce, No. 12
Cross street, whoro ho will tako In all
work tendered him. Mr. Stoher being
under no expense, can atl'ord to
work from CO to loo per cent cheaper
than any other watchmaking establish
ment In tho city. All work warranted
to give satisfaction. Orders for work can
bo loft at tbo, bindery in The Billeiin
building. Mr. Stoker also keopi on hand
Oixui.ir. Ferslan inser. powder, is the
(lowers of (ground) of Frcthrum Car
neum.n plant growing at s high elevation
upon tho Caucasins meuttains and pes
sessing in a singular de.'ee, tho quality
of first stupifying and tbet killing Insects
and vermin of every kinJ, while at the
same time it is harmless to man and ani
tnals. A tcaipoonful cf the powde
burned upon live coals or & hot iron will
expl every musouito from tho house
without producing any unpleasant odor
Hsmtofxre it has only been sold In small
lintttfta Tt nt , r V nm , . --- "St1
clay Bro's have r,n.i4 a pot of tho ger.
uine nowJer, which thoy sell by tho
ounce at a rfrluctd price. Call at either
of their dru stores aud get an omce and
try .t. r-2-2w.
Police Court Business liglt, only one
cite camo before Judge Bross, John Cor
coran being the victim. He, whllo hav-
ing too much old Kentucky uioard, used
bis tongue toj freely on the stceti. Ilia
iptcch was of euch a tiaturo tiatjit was
liablo to provoke a breach ot ;h')Dacf.
John ! assessed $b and otti Ho not
being satisfied was given time tofi!o an
Squire Bird s doors wero used during
the dav, he hiving gone to Crbondalo to
deliver nr. tdireia at tbo opuing of the
State Normal school. We understand
that bis subject v. ill be the duc.i'.ion of
th colored race. They cold not hive
selectol a bettor man to indie this
The Com ordia. This soloty cole
bratod its first anniversary lit night at
Scbcel' garden. In the inolh of June,
lb73, J. Schlcsinger called only Haen-
jsjer, Joe Huber, John A. Kuler, 11. Y.
Bvlzner, Hud. Uubsacker, Jm KoehUr
and Paul O. Scbub, requtslg them to
appour ut a mfjting at Schlcnger'e gal
Idry for tbo purpoio of organ ing a sing
ing so'.'iety. On the 1st ol sly, lb73,
that meeting was held, tbo suit bing
tho singing society, the "Comrdla ;" and
at that time tho first song wa taught and
sung. Aftorwards two listings per
week (Tuerlays and Friday were held.
The Concordia commonc with eight
singers and now cmts twelve
astlvo members, and som forty pasalvo
mombors. During r year the
members gave punctua attendanca on
every ovening and tookreat Interest in
the society, but in surcunting ditlicul
lles they have their lead' to thank. It is
to his credit that ho atciiplishod his pur
pose, The first presiht for six months
was J. Scblesingor.yVho was also the
leader. The secrets aril treasurer was
H. Y. Heunor. Vfter tho expira
tions of their time 10 following ollicors
wero elected :
President, P. O. chub ; Sscretnry, I!
V. llelznor; Treaurer, Wrn. Kuchan
bockori I.ibrariancs. Kiehler; LcaJon
Tho above ollicrs are seising at the
prosunt tlmo. Th Concurdia is boyond
doubt a success.
nected, has been assigned a good position j across tbo cabin hav boen taken out, a
now coil o( paint applied all around, and
her wheel housos siy that she is the
"Underwriter'! dispatch steamer." She
has already became a favoritn at a pleas
uro boat at St. Louis, but when the low
water season really sets in she will bo apt
to come back to Cairo, lay niiOe her Sun
day clothes and go lo work at hsr old
tradu which is still her "best hoi:!
that of recovering property from the
clutches of the rivers.
The Shipper's Own laid over totik up
tho Charles Dolman freight but as
there Is a ;iie nl 7 fent reported in t's
Wabash, it is probable the Budmstiri will
attempt to continue bor voyage to On-
The Idlewild brought 300 barrels fliur,
1'i do whiskuy, 103 lundrie fjr reship-
in the line i half a mile below the bridge
and about tOO feet from the Illinois rhore.
Wo adviss our friends, who Intend visit
ing St. Lsuls to sco tho bridgo oponing, to
board th s boat.
iUlpusons having claims against II.
A. Hir.non are buroby notified to present
the same to rao immediately, as all a'J'lrs
of the concern must be settled bv the 10th
Inst. 11. i . Bl.A KE.
12.7.'-'.td Asslgneo of II. A. Hannon.
I). ARTE, 'c Co. aro just receiving the
lar((xt and best assorted stock of saddle
bnlles, harness, etc., ever brought to this
VllE Best. Win. Ludwig, harness
mtkor, corner of E'gbt street and Com
mtrcial evenuo, has tho best supply of
harness, saddles, bridles, etc, In Southern
llliiois, aud sells them as cheap as the
Tex pounds of brown sugar for $1 j
S )uunds best coiloo sugar at SI, 1 pounds
of ihoico butter at $1; baking powdor -15c
per lb; Imperial tea at $1 ; 3 lbs collco
il, Wilcox's Block. 107 2-1-1 tn.
Oo and altor this date all persons are
o.ihi not tn give or sell iutoiica'.ing
llquo'i to my husband, Thornat, Sullivan,
and not to harbor him undor penalty of
tholiW. ELLEN SULLIVIN,
Cairo, III., Juno 20, 1871. 21-6-28-ot
il IOTA LIC
lii'n b f' th.i
Mot I'ovirrful llcaliiig
I. scr lllscoti'rri',
..till i fij e id, tityw iili yv'i.i i "i
ii. in .ii ! l:l:ii'il.If A u m 'tli
.'rill.NQ A.M CtllAIHI. S.M'U
0 ISA N D ITALIAN NIGHT
FIIIST ANNINEBSAP.Y OF
On tbo evening of July 1st, at John
'lio'il's linll, to oorti tn ones at S o'clock.
AOmision ueutleinen, ou cisins. in.n.
The barber sup is u no cornor ol
Eighth street ail Cuomercial avenuo
whero J. George Sicrdouso with his gen.
tlomanly assistant cn bo found at any
hour of tbo day or tgbt, roadv to soothe
your feollngs with smooth shavo, or cool
your temper and hvl with a good sham
poo, It is a first-a8S shop, and you am
suro of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' aud chlldrn'i hair cut or curlod
aftertho most appovod stvlos. 8-16-tf
Twelve yards ironadino for 1 and
many other goods ,t similar prltch to bo
uau at Daniel llarinaa'. W-CliMt
D. Artek A- Co. aro Just receiving the
largest and best assorted stock ofsaddlesi
bridles, harness, etc., ever brought to this
Illinois Centril Hailkoad Co.,
Cairo, June 20, 1871.
Excursion tickets for tho fourth of July-
will be sold from Cairo to any other
station and return at one nnd ono'lifth
frc. Wo will commcneo the salo of tha
tickets on Friday, July 3, and discontinue
on tho departure cf the evening train on
tho 4th. Tickets good to return till tho
u;h, inclusive. Jameh Joiinso.v, Agent.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PA BTNE II-
811 1 P.
Tho co-partnership heretofore) oxisting
between h. B. Ward ami II. i. Koberts
under tho firm name of Wurd it Huberts
is this day dUsuIved by mutual consent,
II. M. Huberts retiring from the firm. S.
II. Wan! will continue tho paint, glass
nnd wall paper business at tho old stand
and will settle all al'ulrs ot tbo said firm.
S. B. Ward.
II. M. Kg HERTS
Cairo, III., .fiin 2 1th, 1874. l(j--2-t-t
G. 0. Bodnn, Director of Consorvato-y
of Music, aud Teacher of Yocal, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction given in
all stringed and wind instrument. .Ele
mentary principles, thorough bass, har
raony and counter point. Unprecedented
inducements offered. Thoso wishing to
secure his sorvices will please apply at
tho Conservatory of Music corner of
Twelfth btreot and Washington avenuo.
Pianos tuned and repairod.
Mr. G. W. Smith, special agent Tor tho
Hov.k Machine Comi'anv, is now
stopping at tbo St. Charles hotel. The
company want a first class agent in Cairo,
nnd Mr. Smith is prepared to oll'or special
inducements to one of tho right kind, Tbo
machine is well known hcio as well aa in
other sections of country whoro sewing
machini'S are In uso, and in yjlvv, as well
im by reputation, is tho very best
and 'most salable machino manufac
tured. Any person Josiring an agowy
will pleasu call on Mr. Smith, at tbo St.
Charles liotol, fur a fow days. 40 C-5-tf
School'' hall, t(, oorn m owes nt S o'clock
Tho programme will coneUlof niches
in Kngliah and German ; singing and
dancing. All kinds of refreshments In
Everybody Is cordially invited.
Tickets can bo Lad at P. G. Schub's
drug store and Schlwingcr's gallery.
Dr. Scuencks Pl'lmomc Srr.i'r. ,ea
Week Tonic, ai;i M aviuakk Pjll.
Theio mediafnes havo undoubtedly per-
formed more curcaof Ccniuuiption than
any other remedy known to thi Amur.,
can public They urn compoundel ".'
vegetable ingredients, and contain t.otb
Ing which can bo injurious to the l.-mn.
(onstitution. Othnr remedies advurl'-.d
al cures for Consumption, probably ton
tain opium, which i a somewhat dnng-r-ous
drug in all cAiej, und if taken fn i '.y
by consumptive pntient, it must dn gri'at
injury; for its tendency is to confine the
morbid matter In the system, which, of
course, must imkn n ciuh Impotsiblo.
4chenck' Pulmonic Syrup Is warranted
not to contain a partlcloof opium. It i.
composed of powerful but harmless herb,
which act on tho lungs, liver, jtomat b
and blooil, and thus correct all morb u
secretions, and expel all the disnaM' 1 n r.l
tor from tho body. Th(io aro tho cii'y
means by which consumption can In-
cured, ani n Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup,
Sea Weed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills ar
tho only modicino which operate in thi'
way, It is obvious thoy aro tho only gen
u'.no euro for Pulmonary Consumption
Each bottle of this invnluablo modicino is
accompanied by full diroctlons. Dr.
Schonck ia professionally at his princlral
ofiico, cornor Sixth and Arch striots
I'hllatlelphia, every Monday, whero all
letters lor advice must bo addronl
Millinery Goods at Cost. Mrs
Bilggs, Commercial avenuo, corner 1 nnth
street, wishes to inform the ladies of Cairo
and vicinity that for tho next 30 days she
will sell her summer millinery at ect
Plouso call and ojcamino hor goods, if
you wish something lino at a low price.
ii III K
1 1. Mis
llculs the Most Virulent Sorei unit
Cf.l.E- ! noniethiiii' akin to th'- manolou-.
It i with priib' that tin' Proprietors a
atloiilioiitoilio gralir)iiM lict th.it
THE I'HVSICIANS (SIYE IT TIIK HIGHEST
MEAD 01 I'HAISE.
and ni it -in J prei nl- It In tin ir piai iif
Points to bo Borne in Mind :
AL.1 I. I'lii.i.rij rurt't tli.
-A lit E lli4autly allay-
wolpt "nn j.
tiain of liiii ii-.
i. r.uui.ii .i. i. cures
. AllltOLIi. sAIA Krcmoi'e plmp alio
i MtllOl.lC i-AI.VE will cure . uts ui.l
bl ,n - ,
( AltllDl.li i M.Vi; ranks lit t.io In id l
id! h , niiliin iiU nr nlhiT lb clilii; m
Mit'lll'.., Bill 1IA- Al llli:vi'.i A 01:1 M , 1.
IIKI'TI AM) HA". A I. ll'l.llt ejilf
than n other sundar pirp.nutibi. oi
cont' injM.raiirous lnvi i tlon.
ii. I e. rywerf. Price '.'5 cents.
JOMI K. HUVItV critltAN JcC'O..
Piop'- . nnd ' Collcu. i'lsre, N.
."I -. v I'
Sj , ,-I rr-
I'll 1. NO. 1.
i'i- ife:n i
i . '. i -1
Having sold out my ofllco and practice
to Dr. J. Jonnclle; of DuQuoin, who
will tako possession of tho oillco thu 12th
ol June, I besopoak for Dr. Jonuello n
liberal sharo of public patronage. 1 am
woll acquainted with him nnd know Ida
to bo a first-class dentist, anl would most
cboorfully recommend him to all of my
friends and patrons, CI. E. Douolas.
All tboso indobtcd to mo and all those
having accounts against tnu aro requested
to call and nottlo ae I hava sold out und
Intend going away tho 12th of Juno.
3'J C-l-Ot G. E. DouuLAB.
The ureal discovery ol tor
ago. 'mere is no pain which
the Centaur Liniment will not
relievo, no swelling which It
will not subdue, and nn lamo-
iw.i.u "u hi I'll it will lint I'tirn
This Ii htrnng iiingiiai'e. but
it ta true. It Is no humbuir!
IJlVfts the rocipo Is printod iiiouud
each buttlo, A circular containing uertlll
jaieH of wonderful cures ot rheumatism
neuralgia, lock-Jaw, Miralus, swnlliiigs,
burns, ecalds, enkod-brr asts, polsonoui.
'dies, Ireon leut, gotil, salt rheum, car.aclie
An., iintl tho recipe ol thu I.iniinoiit will bu
unt gratis to anyone. It Is tho most won.
derfiit healing and pain ltllevlnL- agent the
world has vur produced, It mlU us no ui.
tlclo ever lieloro did sell, and Uhellshcuauso
it does Just what It prcluml" to do. Onebnt
tie o( fhu Centaur I.lnlment for animal
()clIow wrapper) Is " hundred del
Urn for siaUned, strained orKallod horsoi
mid mules, and for KUW-worin in fchecp.
No family cr stock-ownor can atlord to bo
without Centaur Liniment. Price, RO cents:
Megr bottles, $1. .1. H. l'oso & Co., 6J
llroiidway. Now Vork,
OASTOItlA is moru tnan a siiDBtltutu lor
CaUor Oil. It is tho only hakk artlclo In
oxUtenco which Is sure to rcgulata tho bow
ols, euro wlndcoliu and Vioduco natuiul
sleep. ItlsplotiHaiittotaku, Childronnoo I
not cry and mothers may sleep. 10-7 vvly
V. jsy-1 a W I rM -1.
I'Ll Ca .so. 2. 7""
TIIK .NEW E('iriIIMO,S-I'H().M WII,-
LAUD'S FAMOUS PAlXTIMiS'.
'I lico i:n'gunt f hrnino'. aro by (nr tin' nnut
epr.' no pii'tim s i u r khhii lo tlic pub
I' , lii'intilull ol liimior and "Pluck" lo tin'
last etent. Mc lo l 22 inches, nnunli il
iilinn chiivii and strallicis. l'ricu gJQ tbo
iiir. Ki nd orders to the julIIliur. J. 1".
ItVDKIt. i.l'if,uit'iior streel, t'lou-lalid. O.
This W tho only Professional "llrassmi
Sinn.' ll.iiid" in .Southern Illinois, and it I
now re in I and picparcd to ltirnlb intislc
in tun iiiiiiiln i lor
l'urtios ol all kinds
El. Wi n 10, Leader, (i. I . lloDLN. hec'y
All i oiiiiiiiiuii utione shoiilil In .iddri sril
to t In- st'i'ieiiirj. I'oiisun .itor of Mulc,
i oiner Twelfth struct anil Wiisliiuglon
llctwccc Tcntli and Licuntli StrccU,
I.s pu'purcdto lill oitlcrs wllhoilt delay.
He lias ii II in1 Mod; of lmrrited leather on
hand, Just recolwd from .Vwftcrl;, ami bin
put dowu ihupricis to tyo lowest iiotcli,
II. WAUDNKlt, M. I).
1J. .1. STALKEU, IS. ).
Oilier and rei-idmice 111 Commivl.il Ave
next dour to thu Athcueuui. cldO-t