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Politics for 1874,
EON! fiDWAUD WcPIlKHSON,
ri.7l.nt TTouietf li'prtitiilatirr-, I', S
Thii accurate oud laii'AH.iAt. volume.
elves the rt't.i. nr.roiitt on the "incrcaso 61
Salary Art" ami Its repeal, on Trim-ports
tlon, CIVH Kigali mm r laancsm ueMiuii.
Including Uio net ot IfcG-i rrcatlng "Legal
Tenders" and coin Interest ot Ponds, nnd
the various Expanding and Contracting acts
since, President UuastV Messages nnd
Memorandum, Interview!, Letters, Pro
clamations, and Action in Alabama, Akan
tan, Louisiana nnd Toxis. Supreme Court
Decisions. IllliioU and Wisconsin ltallrosd
Laws, Constitutional Amendments, made
ml namUm. in Sttti-s. nnd Nation. "Hack-
pay" Statistics. Tables oj Appropriations,
ll.iil Kleetlnns. Currency Distribution by
Rtata and sections. Ac. Invaluablo for
campaign. Cloili, S'itiO, post raid,
Address GEO. K119. DAWSON,
1. 0. 110X4" I, Washington, D.C,
NEW LUMBER YARD.
COK. SEYESTEENTU ST. A1 COM
Thn ,ir.li.rlt-no.l hnllnc established
itrlnmhxr Mini In connection with tbel
sawmill, are prepared to furnish all kinds o
bllllutug material, sucn as
PINE. OYFBESS. POPLAR
And Ash Flooring. PMinr. C'lUhK.Xc.
ioelal attention i raliViJ to ;r etitam
boat. Wagon 1 Anxlciillural Implement
Mnvcthl, wlifcli will no flirnUlictl on short
aoiJc In lanre or small quauiltle.
A largo stock of cheap lumber ou hand at
our mill, which will bo void at $1 to $10 per
thousand In carload lots. Also lalU mid
shingles fnr nit lied in any quantity.
Chas. Lanoasteh v Co.
Cairo, III., Augu-t 1, 1871. b-'i-Rm
T. J. KERTH,
BEERWART. ORTH & CO.,
' HOLLOW WARE ktt?
Manufacturor and Jobber of
TIN, SHEET IRON nnd COFPEIt
WABE. Pumps,, Bird Cages, Ice Croam Freeze r
Water Cooler-. Wlrn Cloth for Wid
dow Scrcens,Jnpancd Ware,
Guttering ami Job Work
MAJ)B A SPECIALITY.
Ajrcnt lor the
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
The best Iron Uooflng In the Market
All work done nith Ditpstch and Warran
ted to gie .Satisfaction.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
u ALL KINDS, JIAKD A.NU
Mill and Yard, J
Conner Illth Street
ami Ohio Lovce.
WALL &. ENT,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
l'OPLAB.OAK, OVPBUH, ASH, OUM
AND COTTONWOOD, SUB-
Ull&WKU PINK, Abll AND POP.
Uft.il riAJUJUMJ, UE1LNO AND
tarotllee at saw mill on rornt-r of 'IV-uj'
"Jjtreet and Ohio Levee.
, CONSUMPTION CURED.
To the Editor ol The Ilui.r.rtnM
Kstekheii FlUKNi) : You will please In
form your .readers that I have a poiitlvo
CUBE FOB CONSUMPTION
and all dlmrdcrs ol the Throat and Lungs!
ud that, by tu use lu my prattles, I hW
curcu umuufut oi casts, UIHI WU g
or a caso It will not benellt.
trong I-mv fultb, 1 will i,eii,i uAUt v.
tUKK, loSTry siiOenr a.lclrclii mo. ,
. riac show this letter to any nnu von inn
e, io tiny
rfoow whol.ireriiiK Irom these disease?
Villi ftlillfr. V nil liYilllv Vi.sss..
DR. T. F. BURT,
00 William HI. Jtvw Vurk
OAlllO LOCAL NEWS,
i , , mil siindN,
Somebody to tike from lis thousand bill
lic.nlf, jooil pjpor and finely pitntud, for
tarsi t i m.
Ono thotl-and ststemi-nts tirlnlcil at TlIK
Bulletin office tor $:l.fs to 4 no.
One thblltaud note hoods, r.rln'eil at Tilt
Hi i.t.i. in otllce for 21.00: twothousiud lor
One thousand business card", fin Hrlstol
board, printed at Tn JJuiXKm office tor
from f -.mi to su oo, accoming m -s-u.
SUNDAY. AUGUST 16, 1874.
TO THE PESIOGRATS. LIB
ERALS AND ALL OTHER
OPPONENTS OF THE
REPUBLICAN PAR.TY !
Tlio Democratic Central Committee
of Alexander county, in pursuance of
power vested in if, hereby gives uoIco
MASS COS VKNTION
Of rtlio Domoorab, Liljonils anJ nil
oilier oiipotiftitd of Uio Republican
I party, will Wlielu
AT OAiniSATUUDAY, AUUUsT 21, 187-1,
for the' purpoao of appointing five
delegates to represent thorn in tho
State convention to bo held at Spring,
field, August 20, 1S7-I; nine delegates
to rdproscnt them in tho Eighteenth
consrcsHional district convention io be
hcld(at 'Anna, Bcptornbor 0, 1874 ; and
delegates to represent tbm in tho
Fiftieth senatorial district convention,
to bo held at Anna, September 3, 1S7-1 ;
and fof the transaction of other busi
ness John Howley, Chairman.
Cairo, 111., August 14, 1871.
Mail subscribers who find an X oppo
sito, their names on the margain of their
paper, or on tho wrapper, will understand
that it moans renewal or susrxxsttX
thut tho time for which their paper was
paid is out, and our torms aro $10.00 for
tho daily and $1.00 for tho weekly, IN-
VAKIAIILY IK ADVANCE.
Oar. thousand Chlneso parasols at
llarlnian's, only twonty-Qvo cents esch
Sullivan. Drugs, mcdlcinos, por-
fumery, evorytblng in the line, at T.
E. Sullivan's, 102 Commercial avonuo.
Jelly Fr.Essxs. Something now in
tho Jolly Press line, at Henderson's, 1U0
Commercial avenue. &2.B-8-lin
Tua tosiimonv taken by.lhe committee
oa policu in Pollco Officer Martin's caio,
will be published In Tuesday morning's
Jackquote tt Co'is colebratol French
blacking at Sullivan's drug store, 6 and
10 cents por box.
It Is tbo best blacking
All tbo day boarders in the city can
bd r.ccominoditled Hi tho St. Charles
botol, with tlist-clais board at second class
rata TJ 4-J9.tr
Glass Fruit Jaks. At New York
store for 'JO cents per doen. less than
tin caci. Now Is tho time to buy.
Band Concert. There was a vry
large attendanco at the band concert at
Market Place last night. The band, as
usut.1, made excollor.t music, and tho au
dience was delighted.
Ncwllousts, Tbreo new houses are
now in courio of erection at the corner of
Seventeenth street and Commercial
avenue. Tbev urn all frame buildings.
Sometiiiku New. Bucks Crystal
Brilliant with glass oven doors. No oc
casion to bavo I unit bread. Call and see
it at T. J. Kkhth'h. 87-CIO-tf
Tiie Best. Tho general verdict is
that T. K. BuIIIymi's walir is tho best
In the city. Try It. No, 152 Commer
cial avonuc, betweon Ninth and Tenth
Bahiiacuk. A largo numbor of col
ored poople participated in the barbe.
tu iciven ysstoruay in tbo grove noar
tho African Methodist church. All sorts
of rports wero indulged in, and the day
paisou on quiet and pleasantly.
Bars. It Is said that soveral danircrous
brs are forming In the Mississippi river
botweon OrconUeld's and llird's point,
mi uj'-nrrnni siuamooai goi last en one
of them, but fortuuatoly was soon rolleved
and proceeded on hor way.
Okai'es, Gkai'ks, Oiiai-is Parties can
supply themsolvos with grapes In any
quantity and at prices that are cheaper
man mo clioapbst, and fresh supplies are
received ovory day,-at No. 78, Ohio
Levce,-' U. A, Wiutloce.
a iiANiisoiii; Oviics. Mesirs. Line-
gar ii Lnnsdon havo removed their law
olllcn from Winter's block to tho splendid
utllco formerly occupied by the collector
of cmtoim, over D. Arter's store. The
room has been handsomely titled nn with
the nccisiary book-csse, etc., and Is be-
yond doubt cne of the bed ofiicee in the
Bacon Bock. "Work on llacon .Uock
has tc'on discontinued for tbo' present Io
consequence of thu sinking of tbG steam
boat Henry Karnes, to which Capt. Dugao
hat gone with the Eckort to ralso her. We
understand that m toon as the Eckert is
through with Ibo Karnes Capt. Dugan
will return and resume work on the rock.
Attkntimm Si KnIOUIS.
There will be a stated conclave of
Cairo Coramandery No. 13, N.I.,
at tbo asylum, on Alnnday evening, Aug
ltith Sir Knights will report In Jatlgue
dress. Sojourning Sir KnlghU are court
oously invited to allond. lly order of the
E". 0. Jewmt Wilcox, llecordcr.
Has Uall. Tho MoJuc base ball
club ot Mound City and tho Oonict olub
of Cairo played a match game on the
grounds at Locust grovo yesterday. The
game at the closo stood MoJocs. vo
Cornell, 17. The placing throughout the
gamo was axcellant, and would have done
credit to somo of tho more pretentious
WAbtltNOTOX liAKKHY. Mr. Joseph
Boncker has taken chttrge of this well
known establishment, and will, on and
alter to-day, bo able to supply tb
public wllh choico bread, Including
lloston. Drown and Urabam bread, besidos
cakes and confectioneries of ovory de
scription. Being an experienced and
skilful baker, Mr. Bonokor will not fail to
satlffv all who palrontiso him. MO
Washington avonuo. 38.7-3-lm
Kisu KoATe. Nearly all the fish boats
that once linod tho wharf above tho Il
linois Contra! railroad depot, and below
the St. Charles hotel, bale for some
causa takon uj quarters on the opposite
side of tho Ohio, It Is said these boats
were often in tho way, and the only rasans
of compelling them to move was to impose
a wharf tax upon them. Whether this is
true or not the fact remains the same,
nearly all the boats have moved,
Tue Dedication To-day. A hereto
fore announced the dedication of the Ger
man Luthoren church. Thirteenth street
between Washington avenue and Walnut
street, takes place to-day. Every ar
rangements for the exercises has beea
completed, and nothing remains to be
done now but to preform the ceromonies.
The trlends of tho church and the pabllc
generally lto Invited to attend. There
will be comfortable seats for all.
At Pahucah. The Star base ball club
ef this city will visit Paducah this week
and play a matih game with the Bat and
Hall boys ot that little city. The people
of Paducah like those f Mound City,
have little to do, and oa therefore make
themselves proficient as ball players. The
Cairo people aro always busy and cannot
consequently give much time to the busi
ness of acquiring that knowledge of tho
same to bo obtained from practice.
News of the defeat of our boys will not
therofore surpriio us.
The FiBRr Landino. Tho expense
or keeping the ferry landing at Bird's
point in repairs is considerable. Never
less than two, and sometimes as high as
as four and Ova men are employed
for the purpose. The washing away of
the bank Is constant, and not un fre
quently in a single night will half the
road leading from the rifer's edge to the
top of the bank cave into tho river. The
expense ol keeping this road in repair is
great, and oats up whatever of profits the
company receives from its business with
tho Missouri peopl-.
Belioio s Notices Evening servfcti
will be resumed in the Presbyterian
TheOerman Lutheran church will Le
dedicated to-day. Bev. C. Duruhnsr will
bo assisted by IUt. Mr. Schneider, of Me
tropolis, and Bar, Baum Uartner, of Jones-
hero. There will bo services at 10 a. m.
and t p. m.
Bev. Mr. Thayer will preach In the
Presbyterian church this morning. Sub
ject: "The Philosophy of Temptation."
Io the evening his discourse will be :
"TheSwitch-Tender, or OT the Track j"
a sermon for the young.
The Cause or Temfkeance flads ote
of its most insidious and dancerous foes
In the many so-called " tonles " and ap-
petizsrs." made ef cheap whisky and re
fuse liquors, finished up to suit depraved
appetites under the name of medicine.
Da. Walker's California Visteoae
Bitters are none of these. They are not
a beverage, but are a genuine medicine,
purely vegetable, prepared from Cali
fornia berks y a regular physician. For
all diseases of the stomach, liver, kidneys,
bladder, skin and blood, they are an in
fallible and unrivaled remedy.
Ift-d and w.4w
Many who are suffering from the effect
of tbo warm weather and aro debilitated
are advised by physicians to tako moder.
ate amounts or whisky two or three
times during the day. In a little while
those who adopt this advice frequently in
crease tho number of "drinks," and In
lime become con II r mod Inebriates. A
beverago that will not create thirst for in
toxlcatlng liquors, and which is Intended
especially Icr the benefit of debilitated
persons, whothor at home or abroad, is Dr,
Schenck's Sea "Wsod Tonic. Containing
the juices of many medicinal herbs, this
preparation does not create an
appetite for the Intoxicating cup.
I be nourishing and the life
supporting properties of many valuable
natural productions contained in it and
well-known to mod leal men, have a most
strengthening influence. A single bottle
of the Tonlo will demonstrate its value-
able qualities. For dobillly arising from
sicknoss, overexertion or any cause what
ever, a wine glasstul of Sea Weed Tonlo
taken after meals will strengthen the
stomach and create an appotite for whole
some food. To all who are about leaving
their homes, we desire to say that tbo ex
cellent effects of Dr. Schenck's seasonable
remedies, bna Weed Tonic and Mandrake
lilli, are particularly evident when taken
Jay those who aro injuriously affsoted by
ncnangoot water and diet, No person
should loavo home without taking a sup
ply of these safeguards along For sale
by all druggists.
A BRILLIANT WEDDING.
MABBIAOK OF DB. .1. J,
NBLLEOF OAIBO, AND
LUCY E. DYEB OF
I front the Du (Juoin Tilbtine.)
For months psst, Dsnio Butnor and
Msdsmo Goislp-two prominent persons
in uverv email own. our own not ex
cepted have boon exceedingly busy sug
gestiug tho tlmu and place for the con
summation ot a suppoicd engagement
between the patties moutlonod In tbo
heading of this article. But lime woro
ou, and when the dsv drew nigh, thoy
wero forced to reallx-i tbo uncertainly ot
all things earthly ; for not until about a
wouk or ten days before the wedding cur
emony occurred, d!4 olther of these busy
bodies or the pooplo of our city, know to
a certainty wheu tbn twain would be
When all mstters wero properly ar
ranged, noat and costly invitations were
Issued to a large number of our citizens
Inviting them to be present at tho M. K
church, at 8 o'clock p. m. of the Cth Inst.,
to witness the ceremony that was to
make our younc friends husband and
An hour before the bridal party arrived
at the church, the spacious room began to
dll up, and in less than thirty minutes It
was densely crowded.
Tbo wedding party, consisting of the
brtde and groom, Mr. Josoph Solomon
and Miss Lllible Ogboon, Mr. Josoph Jen
nollo oi St. Louis, and Miss Lizzie Ent of
Cairo, Mr. T. T. fountain and Miss
Emma Nettleton, Dr. L.Dyer, father of
the bridle, Mrs. Morris of Saginaw, Mich.,
aistorof the groom, and Bev. P. S. Van
Nest of Centralla, the officiating clergy
men, reached the church a few moments
after the hour announced for tho cere
mony, and proceeded to the altar in froul
ot the pulpit, where, in an appropriate
mannor, Van Nest soon pronounced the
couple man and wife.
The bride was attired In whito Swiss,
very handsomely tnado up, and in a stylo
that was highly becoming, together with
gloves, flowers, laces and all other little
nccossarlos that go to complcto a bridal
costumo. The bridesmaids ware all attirod
in white, with the uustomary white kids,
each bearing in their bands a handsomo
boquoL The groom and groomsmen were
dressed in black cloth, with white vests,
lavender neck-ties, white kids, eto.
After tbo services at tbo cburcb, some
11 f too n or twenty couplo repaired to the
residence of the bride's father, on North
Mulberry street, whero a fine selection of
refreshments were served, and where the
two hours that elapsed before the arrival
of the south-bound train, were spent very
During tbo entertainment at the
house, 1'rof. Maxon's orchestra gave
the party a beautiful serenade, for
which tho happy couple and Dr.
Dyer desired us to return their heartfelt
In point of style, exteLtind complit)
ecss In every respect, this was undoubt
edly TUE weddino or TUE BEASON In
traong tbo handsome presents roceived
by Mr. and Mrs. Jennelle, were the fol
lowing: A very handsome sllror water
pitcher, server and goblets from the
brother and sister of'tho groom ; a hand
some sllvor cake stand, from Mr. Jos.
Solomon, and a large and beautiful dinner
castor from Harry Simmons, of Uncle-
M. Jennelle and bride took the 10.45
train forCsro, where they expect to reside.
In conjunction with their many friends
here, the proprietors of the Tribune wish
them a happy and proiperous futuro.
KULEKS TO HIS PaTEONH, AND THE
General Puiilic, Greeting. I very
respectfully solicit a contlnuanco of the
favors of my patrons and invito the pat
ronage of the public, but I wish old
patrons and transient patrons to distinctly
understand that I work for monoy and
not because of a philanthropic desire to
shoe and boot my fellow mon without
money and without price, and that, thero
fore, if any old patron or new patron,
desiring shoes or boots, has not the pecu
niary ability to pay for the work ordered
when done, he Is requssled to pass on to
some other sbosmaker. I want no old
patrons or new patrons who will not pay
Those who are willing to pay will find it
to their interest to patronize me, because
I keep on band the best of stock, do the
best of work, give the best of fits and
work for the lowest of prices.
Twentieth Street, between Poplar and
Stsam Awn Gas Fittino, Newland
& Itsnnie bavo entered into a co-partner-ship,
and Lave openod a shop on Commer
cial avonuo, next door to Perry Power's
livory stable. They aro now ready to do
all kinds of Steam and Gas Fitting,
Drive-Well Work and Pluubing. Special
attention paid to repairing pumps. They
solicit a stare of public patronago, and
guarantee tbelr work to be wsll done.
Delta Ckiars. Mr. T. E. Sullivan,
druggist, 1 &a Commercial avenuo, has
something new In the way of cigars. He
is now selling a brand of bis own called
tho Delta, put up In handsome packages,
made of the very lost tobacco, and sold
for rivE cents each. Those who srnuke
tbom will agiee with us in saying that
they are far superior to most of tho ten
cent cigars sold in this market. Try the
Delta cigar. i-Si-lm
Tue oar Dor snop is ou co corner ol
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. Goorgo Htionhouso with his gen
tlemsnly assistants can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, readv to soothe
your feollngs with smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It Is a first-class shop, and you aro
sure of reoolving first-class treatment
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curlod
fterthe most approved stv 8.15-1
HEUFNER. ALWAYS AHEAD.
FltKSH OYSTlCltS PACKED IN i
BECEIVED DAILY. ,
Mr. Usurer, always on th" look-out for '
something new and that will conduce to
tho comfort and pleasure of his
pitrons, has msdo arrronctmo Us by
which bn is now firstly In receipt ot tie
vory best fine, froth llallimoro oystusr
That all may know that tbeso ovslors are
fresh and good It Is only necessary to
stato that when thoy arnvn horu tboro
is at least throo times ns much lo
in the boxes as thero t.ru
oysters. Thoy will bo served up to order
in any stylo at titty cents a dish.
Call around and try thorn. Oi-8 1G B'..
Hpcclal .Meeting of Ihe City Council, called
, iy me Jisyor.j
Cairo, III, Aug. 14th, 1874, 4:30 r. ii (
Prcsont Ills Honor, Mayor Wood, and
Alderman Halllday, Mathuss, Nellls,
Saup, Thlstlewood, Welder and Wright, 7.
On motion ef Atdorman Wright, tho
minutes of procndiig meeting wero ap
proved without reading.
2The cbalr stated that the oblect of Dm
meeting was for the transaction of genor 1
report or tiik committee on claims.
Tho committo on claims, to whom whs
roferrod the following bills, reported tbo
same back, recommending payment, viz:
Cairo City Gas Co., for gas con
sumed in street Ismps from June
1st to July '2.1rd $233 71
Llncgar & Lansdon, for legal ser
vices rendorod In case of A.
Swobode vs. Wm. Mcllalc, and
in case of tho City of Cairo vs.
Morgan Parsons et al .'.0 00
On motion of Alderman Halllday, thu
recommendation uf the committee was
concurred In, and sl,l bills wero allowed,
by tho following vote :
Ayes Halllday, Mathuss, Nellls, Saup,
Thlstlewood, Walder and Wright, 7.
REPORT 0F CJMMtrTEE ON .1TRET..
TbocommltUe on streets, to whom wa'
referred tho propoials for constructing
and reconstructing ddowalks under the
provisions of ordinanco No. 78, rcporlod
back tbo proposal of Henry Uryatit, re
eoinmending that the contract lor furnish
ing tho materials and reconstructing all
of the frame sidowalks to be reconstructed
under said ordinance, be awarded te him
he being the lowest bidder.
On motion of Alderman Nellls, the ro
commendation of tho committee was con
curred in, and tho city comptroller in
structed to draw up a contract with said
Bryant in accordance therewith.
The committoo alio reported back tho
proposal of James Kennedy, recommend
log that the contract for furnishing the'
materials and constructing tho brick slit
walks, provided for under said ordluancu
No. 78, be awarded to film, ho b6log tho
On motion of Alderman Halllday, tbo
recommondatlon of tbo committoo was
concurred In, and tbo comptroller in
structed to draw up a contract with said
Tbo same commlttea to whom was refer
red tho proposals for furnishing tho city
with stone drsinsge plpo, reported that the
proposal ef fc'amuol Walters was tbo
lowest and beet, and recommended that
the contract for furnishing 600 foet of said
stone drainago pipe, bo awarded to him.
On motion of Alderman Wright, the
rscommendation of said commitlco was
concurred in, and the city comptroller
Instructed to propare contract with said
Walters in a:cordanco therewith.
bald committoo reported baok tho'petl
tlon of J B. Fbillii, N. L. Wickwlro, and
others, rocommendini; that tho street su
perintendent be requested to furnish an
estimate of the amount of filling required
and cost of samo before making a final
On motion of Alderman Halll3ay, the
recommendation ef the commilteu was
concurred in and tbo superlntendunt of
stroets instructed to furnish said estimate
ine same committee lu whom was re
ferred tbo report cf Goo, W. Hendricks,
John A. Poore, and D. J. Galllgan, com.
mi ssleners appointed by the council to es
tlmato the cost of the construction and re
construction of certain sIdewalks,provided
for under ordinance No. 78, reported the
same back, recommondlng that tbo est!
mates in ssid report contained bo accepted
On rootlen of Alderman Halllday the
recommendation of tbo cemmlttee was
concurred in and the city attorney In
structed to mako report of name to tho
county court of Alexander county for
The roslguatlon of pollen oonstublu
Henry F. Martin was read by the clerk
Alderman Thlstlewood moved to accopt,'
Aldorman Halllday moved as an amend
ment that tho samo bu referred to tbo
commltteo ou police and Jail. Amend
Alderman Thhtlowood ofi'ered the fol
lowing resolution, and moved Its adop
tion: Besolvtd, That In case of the ngloct
or refusal of tbo contractor to remove all
garhage Irom the city, Health OlHcor
lirown he, and he is hereby instructed to
havo the same removed, and that tbo cost
of such removal bo deducted from tho
monthly salary of said contractor.
On motion of Alderman Halllday, the
Will. 1C. Hawkins,
Hanover Colloege, miovr, Indiana
Nkxt term begins September Dili, 1874.
Two full courses, cIskmIchI uud scii-ntlHc,
with prepatory department, Full faculty,
Tuition free Hoarding as low as elsewhere.
For information or catalogue apply to itev
G.C. HECIvMAN, I). I). President.
Newspaper mlvcrtlsiiif promotes trade, for
even tho dullest times advertisers secure
by Isr tbo largest share ol what Is betas
Aylcswnrlb, M .1 Arlow, Msry
ilutts, Hulun ii) Ititrns, Jenniti
Binbroko, Maggio Clabbons, Mary
Caldwell, Clarity Chcny, A N
i'vi, ii ii l-fltilc, Kalto
Frank, It II F.'oiry, Mary
Gilbert, A II lUrruln. Ulir.-s
liollnn, Cnro Inn llill.in, IlHttlo
llulclilnsnn, .Mnneio Hills. Sorilm 0
Lni.gen, V, Lnwl, Mary Ii
.Martin, Jirs A H
Smith, Mrs Win
Parker, Ann M
Smith, Miss Mnry
Smith, Miss Mary
.-nari. r. en
Am uiit, .Mr
iMlio Adeker, Chnrlrs
III. I'lmnl, II ,)
llo twick, W II
Fintv. Willi im
Oallghar, Con llouglin, Abrain
Harvey. Chas II Horton. (
Hs.an, 11 T Horn, Jacob
Hill, Jacob Hodge, Nathitnlul
Hannigan, Thos Jackson, Andrew
Johnson, A U Johnson, 1) A
Kenyon, Marcus l,i, II W
Morgan, Trai,s Co Milhurti, II F
Martin, J Vi McGuIro, Thi ft
Martin.SW-3 MuCurreii, T .1
Massmnn W It O'Donnel, Mlko
Overton. B It I'sdi-nt M.vJitlloa
Kicks, Jacob Herd, .lihn
Shubert, J M Noay, Js,s
Stevenson, Lowiey Thomas, Henry
Taylor, Chas Fullelt, John
V ntrrs;, John Walts, Clark
Williams, Jss William". B
Wooldrldgo, W B Young, Wm
Geo. W. McKbaio, P. M.
OltOAN llUILIil.NO KrTAlll.l.lMKt.T.-
Wo tako pluaturo in stating that we have
in Cairo an establslimenl which fow chit
of its tl.o can boast ol, Mr. Ma
Kuehno, corner cf Thirteenth and Wal'
nut street', has just complnti d u rhurr
orgnti for thu German Lutheran churcli
on Thirteenth street, willed Is pronounced
by parties that understand orgun music,
a grand success. Mr. Kuehim I
an organ hulldur by trade, and
tiss serve J an epprenticeshlp ot seven
years with ono of thu beet organ builders
in Europe. Ho Intends to JmvoUi all hi
tlmo to organ building anil melodeoii
piano tuning. Tho pooplo ot Cairo havo s
ollon been disappointed by parlies, coming
here nnd claiming to be competent mu
In tuning and repairing, that M
Kuehno did not daro to ask tbo pttron
ago of tho pcoplo before ho ffould glv
proof of what ho could do. Al. ruf-;renco
he gives Is tint organ built by him for the
Gorman Lutheran church, and any parties
interested will alter toing and hearing
tho above named organ, fuel satisfied that
they cinnot trust their instru
ments to bettor hands than his.
Hu now wishes to solicit tho patronage of
tLo citizens of C'ulro, and they can rett
aiiured that he will givo t-nlisfnclion in
every particular. Torrns libvral.
Dr. Williams', Durum may to found
in his olllco at uny time ; extracts tooth at
all hours day or night. Oltl.o at 1 10
Commorrlal avenue, between 8th and Olli
street. 15-8-1. lm
The largest nnd tci-ieTBCted stock
of FUBNITUKE for sale at wholesale
and retail by 11 EN BY EICHIIOFF, No.
115, Co mm ore i ! avonue,oppositij Seventh
street. 71 6.17.3m
Can:,! Cans! Cas 1 (Junrli, ono dol
lar por dozen ; Imlf lgllor.s, onu filly
per dozen j made of belt materbl and
groovod seams; at Henderson's, 100 Com
mcrcial avonuo. 6'.'-S-6-tm
For Sale 'joj aos-.'iu ono quart irult
cans at 11 per dozen ; half gallon cans at
fl 60 per dozen, all of good tin with
grooved seams, uianufacturt-d and for sale
by A. lialley, 1C8 Wnihinglon avenuo,
noiir Tontli struct.
I'LI.CK NO. 1,
IV 1 1,-
LABD S FAMOUS PAINTIJ (,'S.
Theao Eli-gunt Chroinos urn by Inr thu mol
c.vprehkivo pictures over clviti In ihu null-
He, lining lull of humor anil "I'ltich" to ilm
lust exU'iit. ,Sizn 111 liy 2 Ini lii h, m iintcil
Upon canvass iilnl stialnriv. I'llen iU ihn
pair, hcinl orders to tho puhllshi-r, .1, F,
ltYnKlt.'JlMMijiorlor Mieel, Cluvcliiinl, O.
FITS OU.11ED FJ.IEB.
Any pursnti hiiilerlng Irom Ihn nliovn til i
easH U i'niUOkti'd to ;ulJiv.-.i lii, l'uiOK, mnl
a ttlal liotllu ol tnuilklni) will ho forwarilml
by uxnresx, FltUKI
Dr. 11 leu Inn lobular physician, and has
mulu tlui tiealiiiont of
FITS OB EPILEPSY
a study for your, and hu will wariaut u
ciiiu, by Ihniuo of hU remcily. ...
Do i.ot U to hunil to lit im for trial bottle;
t coits nolhln, ami ho
Will. (Jlllti: Ydll,
no mailer or Imw long slainlliig your c.-i-o
may lm, or hotv lilutty olhu. li uiedli'S may
UaMi lulled, , .
Circulars and testimonials sent with
Vltllll TBIAL BOTTLE.
im. niAS. t. rincu,
07 William Street, New York.
r, v . i j i tuv j t w :ri .j.
1'LICK !to. 1.
tV.VW TAr LmtTTJ fewA i"sY
tw -n. ...
TJ LE CAYtVo (UTY
'are prepared to supply customers"
, with thu host
i.kavi: oiiin-.itg at
rSTIlalllilay llro.'s olllcc, No. 70
tarilalllilay llro.'s Wharfboa j
tuTAtEgyiitlaii 3II1N; or
toTAt the coal illllllp, foot ol
Thirty-eighth stri ct.
:,z: to im Consumers
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF OA IBO
It. W. ,MlLLi;lt. Pn-ldonl,
.1. .M. I'lllLLII'ri, YI-h I'K'nbtrnl,
CM AS. CONN IN( i II A .M, t. a-liler.
COLLECTIONS PBOMPTLV MADE
KXrilANOK.roln.btiiikiior,.! id I nllol
.Sthti-i si-ciirltlrs liiiucht anil wild.
lnlcrcNt iillowiil on time ik-posIt"
TIIK CITY NATIONAL
W. P. II.U.LIDAY. Prr.hl. nt;
Hll.NJtY L. 1IAI.I.IDAY, iru Prrsldi'l.
A. II. S.UTUllII, l.a-hi.-r.
ALTKIt II Yl.Jl', A.-.tant (.a-hi. r.
STAATft 'I'AYIIlt, I! II. ( l.N.MNI HAM
H. I.. IIAI.LIIIAV, At . 1. Hai.i.iiiav.
(1. D. Williamson, mitiii-n inters.
A. II. SAl'roiil).
Excliaiice, Coin iiml riilltil , .SlatiM
Buiiils Itoiiglit nnd .Sold.
DEPOSITS rerclvciluntl a general 1 jnkmg
IvNTKBlMUSK SAVINGS BANK.
ciiAini:iii:i maim ii isod.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIBO.
A. l!..SAKI'OHI. Pn .i!inl :
.-. s.TAYI.OH, Yi.. -Pri h rti
II. HYSLOP, Ht ret iry auI Tr aurcr.
P. M. IlAltCLAY, ( HAS. 1 i U.10 111:1!,
P. M. STOCKri.KTH, J'Afl. (I. f-Cllt II,
li. II. Cu.sNiNiiiUM. 11. L. Ham iihv,
.1. -M. l'uil.l.II-s.
I.N'i'KlinST p.ild on lepoltat tho rato
ol six per cent, per Minimi, .Maicli lt. ami
Si-pti'inbcr l-l. Inti-rrst not uitlnlrawn N
uilili-il lmmcdlati-ly to the pliln lpal of the
depnsltx, theruby gUIng tticin compoutiH
MARRIED WOMEN ANt CHILIIHKN MAY
HKl'OsIT M'lNEY AND NO ONE ELbL'
CAN IH'.AW IT.
Open i-vi-ry btiklnox dav from !) a. in. to ,'t
p. m., mnl ."an,, day oveliliigK lor eatings de
IHi.lt.s ci n I v . irom 11 to 8 oVloi-lv.
W. HYsLOP. Tuastircr.
F. M. STOCKFLETh'.
Hcctlller nnd wiioIalo Dealer In
FOREIGN Ar0 DOMESTIC
LIQUOKS ANJ) VINES.
NO SU OHIO. LEVEL',
CAIRO, .... ILLS