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HEW AD 4TISEMENTS
or
PoHtio fcl8?4,
HON. EDWARD MCPHERSON,
ClerJLtfllcusf&J Iitprtuntatnt$ U.S.
Thl AC6DB4TK and iMlutvriAL Volume
give the lrtnAHCOKi ou the "Increase or
alary Act" and it repeal, on Transporta
tion, Civil night, and Financial Questions.
Including the act ot ltWi creating "Legal
Tender"- and ooiu intercut ol Iloude, ,nnil
the varioiH Expanding nod Contracting nets
tine. Prtvidcnt Ghaut's Message nnd
Memorandum, Interview, letter, Pro
clamation, and Action In Alabama, Arkan
au, Louisiana and Texu. Supremo Court
Decisions. IlllnoU and Wisconsin Kaliroad
Law, . Constitutional Amendment, mado
and ending, Instate, nnd Nation. "Hack-
Bij Statistic. Table ol Appropriations,
abt Eleetloni, Curroncy Distribution by
State and section, A-c. Invaluable for
campaign. Cloth, f'J.60, post-paid.
Addrcs GEO. Fits. llAWSON,
P. 0. Box 414, Wahlugton, 1). C.
NEW LUMBER YARD.
COR. SETEXTEEHTII ST. AND COM
MEKCIAL AYE.
Tha underslcntd .havlnu established
Ben lumber yard In connection with their
sawmill, are prepared to furnish all ktndl oC
uuumng material, eucn us
PINK, CYMIE3S, POPLAR
And Aali Kloonsc. Sldlntr. CclUnar. Ac
pedal attention ) callod to our Htsam-
poat, wagon and Agricultural lmpltmeai
Material, which will ha flimMntl abort
aotlre In Urge or miatt .onu.
A l.. ...... b- nt rhmB lmiT OH liaHU 0.1
our mill, rrhlch will bo rohl at 98 to 910 per
thousand in carload lot. Also lath ana
shingles furnished in any quantity.
ClIAtV LAN0A8TK11 & CO.
Cairo, 111., August 1, 1874. 8-2-Jlm
J. KERTH.
Succcttor to
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.,
Dealer jn
stoves,::
HOLLOW WARE &0-,
Manufacturer and Jobborof
TIN, BUEET I1WN nd COFPK1L
7A.BE.
Pumps, Bird Cage?, Ice Cream Freeio r
H aier uooien, wire uiotli Tor TYltW
flow Bcreeni,Japaticd 'Ware,
Etc., Etc.
TIN ROOFING
Guttering and Joh Work
MADE A SPECIALITY.
Agent for the
Iron Roofinff
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
The beat Iron Jtootloif In tho Market.
Order from Abroad will Ilccilve Proinnt
Attention.
All work done with Diipatch nnd AVatran.
td to giro Satlifactlou.
Cairo Box ana Basket Co.
DSALERm
LUMBER
OP ALL KINDS, II AAD . ARB - SOFT,
Keep coufctanUy oakand A'jf'
FLOORING SIDING,
ALSO, LATH.
Mill and Yard,
Conner 34th Street
and Ohio Lovcc.
WALL & ENT,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
CAIRO, ILLS.
poAB,OAii, OYPJIUB, AS II, GUM
FAOKD ZiUMIiElt.
J?H A" AND POP-
riAjyjiiiau, VKiLiNQ AND
SIDING.
C30lce at taw mill on conifcr of Twan
tadOhloUvee. f
5T. LQUJS UNIVERSITY.
THE .FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL
E33ION of Studies in tho
8T: LOUIS UNIVERSITY
"Will begin on
IONDAY, HEPTEMIlElt 7lu, 1874
or Pfotpactut, giving termt, n,truc.
tlon. to parent., &c., .p'pl, 0 oj
11KV. JOS. G. ZEALAND, 8. J,
President.
I 4l7.2T.d6Vw.lm
T.
CA1K0 LOCAL NEWS.
WABTKlt.
nni firm):
Somobod
Sad, coat
I Irt Tiahi iu A St.- a
SS?.1 VVr ana liacly i.riutud.
bill
for
63.M) to 4 Do,
Ntulimiuu t.,
llmT.V'.Wu ft,S,,nSw ilutta at Thk
iH)Li.yiifl onico Inr tV)0 tn, bp. . , " .
Bote limit.
Oiic! thousand note linatls printed nt Tit
o Jo lor W? nvo,1,t"m,11 ,or
Vnrin.
Onnthmit.mt hmi
board, printed at TrtE Iljn.UTi olllco lor
from 82.B0 to gn.OQ. accordllltr In ulr.e. .
SATUltDAY, AUOUST 22, 1871.
THE CONVENTION TOrDAY.
A t a o'clock this ikftofnoon, tllfo con-
rontion, called by tho Democratlo contral
cominlltoo, will meet attho Courtjllquno,
to uppolntdutegatoitothoitato, congtct-
tlonal, dtitrlct and lcclilallvo diittlcl con-
rentloni. It U doilratlo that n largo
a.
nutnl'or of tho Oppoiitloa popo ofj ttia
county lo In Attendance. Turn out.
JIAKFLK.
The
ra Jill ' far tan elcgunt
nlrorrifll
tako plaba 'nl tho'PlHBten' IfoUib loi
morrow (Saturday) ovonlnp. Tlie clmni.ci
are near all talton, and a crand
lunch will lo spread, to which all
aro invited. !..
Men's but 8 worth
at Klllott
Iw
Ilaythorn'B for 51.
Pons. County AttornHv. Ponn .till
llngor at hi old homn" 4n Nowfi'ork
ttato. Ho will return tomn tlnm in
O.ve thouiand (JDincco narninli .
HartmanV, only twonty-flvo conti cih!
30.7-80-f
Tur boJiTKNTloN. The convcntlnn tl:
day wlll'bo'hofd at' two o'clo'cV. Il i
hopod thero will bo n full attendance.
Oali. early If you with to get a hat at
groat bargain at Kiliotp & Hay.
TltOItN'S
lw
Wasted. A trcod
cook and alio a
nuno girl.
77-8.21-tf
Apply to
Vn. Siimi,
No. -'I, Thirteenth atroet.
Ten- dozen boy's hnU worth fl 75
aplocowlll .o told for BO cont. each at
Elliott & liATTiioitK'ti
0S-3.18.lw
Ikcreasinu. Tho. pattcnger trafflo of
,,u iQonnoi railroad has In
"""u Bfy witn ttio latt month or eix
wooki. The train aroalway crowdod.,
l)UNi.0n tho wharfboat, a ring with
four key, including nlgM latch nnd pest
offlco key. Tho owner can hava them by
calling atTjlB Uollktin offlco and pay.
uouiyuvo cents.
Miu n. ........ i. . "
y.,7. 77i ... mo ball at
.iiuow.uanill' now houie, corner Huvon
;ruiana uowmorolal avenue, will
-u jirnvv nuxi Jiondiiv even n.r. iin,
inn. j.Kmomoer tho llmi
1-.. n . . . ri "
Jl't received at Elliott &. Wnvihnm:
L- I . . . ' "
ue.iMtock.or Children and Mi....
i'i ' . . . . .
v.. ,r;urougni to Cairo, Those good
aro of tho very best make nnd will bo .old
sooap for cash.
(Irr..tl, int... in ii ...
. ..... uuuu i. jkonnio. wimou.
notlco to bit friends, broke away from the
v mean iron Works, and darted on bl.
. -
rven. no it coine manv n .mi h.t.sr
nit roturn in October. t
Local Shout Stow. Tho Cairo Ktar
baie ball club aro Jubilant over thoir vie-
tory ovor tho Padurah boya. In times
one by It was only pnstitno 'for tfio
Paducah boj-s to defeat tho Cairo club.
Tilings have changed.
Puiilic E.vami.s'atio.v, Thore will bd
publlo examination of toaelnrs Held In
tho High School building at Cairo, on
Friday and Saturday tho 4th and Oth of
Soptembor. Mita. P. A. Tayloii.
71.20-2t County Superintendent.
Th x St. Uiiari.k. in tho nbicnua of.
mine host AVHcox,. tbq duty of rtrovldlne
or tho nuuioroua i'uet r,r tin. Hi
Charles devolve upon Mr. Doan. tho'
head cltrk. Dean understand. iI.a i.m.i.
neiH thoroughly.
The City Jam Jallur McCarthy hat
now in the city jail only three prisoners.
iney liavo for several days boon omnloved
in putting Id a (now "approach" to the
ewer at tho cornor of Elovonth ttroot
and "Washington uvenuo.
Ik splu of tha dull tlmei, people will
got thulr iletUras.taVen,and "Vlnlor Rtuma
to have his hands full. Yoitorday after-
noon his 'gallery-was orowded and several
hadow okcri had lo go away.dlsannolc
tod, but 'dtermincd to oomo again at a
more convenient season
Fou Ukkt. Tho undorslgncd his throo
flnt-clus reildoncoi), two on Cross and
one on Klevonth street, for rent. Excol
jni cittern., out-bousos, and all other
convenience. Just put Into flno order
Knqulro of (J. "V. McKkaio, P. M.
C9.8.1fJ-2w
LUNCH.
HKNKY LATNEIl
will glvo
AVIHELUNCII TO..VUIHT,
WITn TUJtTLM
Hour.
. irbck't".
Pine Beer at iho Countor., -
Social Hall a social ball will bo
glvn on Monday evonlng, Auguit .'Hit.,
by Mrs. John Cahill at her now homo nt
tho cornor of Seventeenth street and Com
mercial avenuu;, to which iho Invites all
her frlonds. Como one, come all. and en.
Joy a pleaiant ovenlng, 7fl.8.21.3t
Ovb Tin U. and V. Mr. Baflord, re-
colver, end Mr. Morrill. superintendent of
tho Cairo and Vlncenncs railroad, aeoom-
panlod by County Survoyor John P.
Hely went over tho read botweon Cairo
nd Mound City yciterday to view the '
publlo road crOJllnf. Thar rolufnml In
jxjo city .by.lho ovening rralflht. ' v j
onotubu UANjuiDATK. Uo . W niton
lifti boon sollolled, br many of hi fflundl,
to hdcouida candldato for thn' lnglilaturo
In Mr, Oberly'a placo. OolonJ., VViniton
,wb a cletk In tho.lioms or, tin a In . for
lovornl y"ea'r. n well poKfl In wnVl
oi a legijWHVOiDoay. uo would waiciJA
UK'fttl and alio tuotubor. t. " v
OoNciiiT. A lotno oftholhijina
mrmuorn oi.mo uniro auvor uornoli)na
nru nornnrHv khnl Ttitn ttirtrll 11.
oport nlr concert Intended lor ihlf oven'
Ing at tho court houe ttand li unavold
ably postponed to next Saturday evening.
Thobnnd will mod at their hall, how-
ovor, m uiual, fur rolional.
O.n account of falling hoalth, Jln.O.
.Mcdco it com polled to glvo up builnuii
for n ectison In order to vlait tho iprlng.
To do Mm It I coceuary that tho should
colloct all imnll, outstanding accounts,
and tho emneilly roquoiti all ladles who
know tliomiclvcj to be Indebted to hex to
call and cotlle nt toon a poitlble and
without futther notlco. 03-8.1 8-Ct
A, KuUoil It i rumored that Rev.
Uouiton, a colored minister who a short
tmio ngo romovod from Cairo to Paduoab,
a day or two slnoo, wail In a paiiioa at
omo muconduct on the part of fait wife,
olziJ an axo with which ha plit bar head
ppci, killing her almoit initantly. This
li tho report among tho colored peephi,
Wo don't knaw that it is true.
F.ukmai. Notick, Died at his parents'
resijlcnco, oa Fourth ttroet, August
'iti 1S74. Georco W. lluko. ,nn nf
Patrick, and Iionora llurke, aged one
ypar 'and tlx months. A special train
Will leave thojioot of Eighth streof io-day
to 'convey bis remains to Calvary
Cemo'ntary Villa lUdg. Friends add ao-
luahtcss nra respectfully invited lo at
tend.
f. A Canard. Tho ttory
that a largo
space ot ground on thq bank of tho
Cache rlvor tomo day ago sunk down
soma ten feel, turn out to bo a vcrv ble
canard. Instead of an acre, as ha been
said, it sesms that a patch of ground about
ton feet Kjuaro caved in in consequence of
tneater in tbo river washing up under
tho bank. This and no more.
Tkuk, My Lord. Tho Orayvllle Indd
poudentsays: "Under tho onorgotieand
efficient management of Major II. L.
Morrill, thi road, instoad or g, ft(
heretofore, a loosing concern, became at
ofacua self.tuitainlng institution. Each
month, since Messrs. ilonlll and Safford
wore appointed receivers, tha pay car has"
mado its regular trip throughout the
lino."
Piiivatk UoAnDiNa. Mr." J. "V. Car
mlohaol having takon the largo houso a
tho cornor of Sixth atreet and Washing
ton avenue, ia propared to
furnish private boarding to a
limited number of elthor ladle and gon-
vvumii, ui hi geniiomau and their wW
xuo uouto ia very pieaiantly located and
convoniont to tho business part ot thocity.
ino rooms aro large, airy and well
lighted. For further information tnqulro
til llm tiA...
"unimMi-ioo inroo colored men
Hi. u,. . mi .. .
no m xno county jail on a cbargo ol
burglary, are known to havo entered at
lumnnree noutai In tlio citv. A ei r of
eleovo-buttont, stolon from Co). Hudion,
s lound on ono of them: a pocket
KnuotaxonautOf Mr. J. S.Swayno'a
pocket, was found on another, and several
pther arllclea, stolsn from a houso in tbo
upper part of the town, en the other on.
it soemi that they had mado a square di-
vide all around.
Personal Notxs. E. U. Poynter, a
prominent citizen of Cincinnati. Ohio
was, in tho city yesterday.
j. ii. rinioy, a former res dent of
Cairo but now of St. Louis, has been in
the pltyon buslnoss for tovral day.
Aioxandor O. Donnelly of Chlcieo.
wa In Cairo on Thursday and nut ud at
the Hi. Chariot.
-i T. M. llugg of JJIandvillo. fed at tha
St. Charles crib yesterday.
Uavld Sohoueld of Kvansvllle, was In
town yesterday.
Mr. 0. b. Saxton of London. Kno.
land, wat a guei at the St. Chatlo on
Thursday.
anotukh uuiioLAiil Just boforo day
light yosterday morning, a tblof ontered
the ice oUlce of Huse, Joomis & Co.. on
Ohio loveo, near Eighth ttroot, and .tola a
pair of boott, hat nnd about ono dollar in
monuy from Mlohael Stapleton. an em
ployo of tho Arm. In the morning
misting hit boott Stapleton ttarted
out In tearch of tho thief, and
found him at tbo Planters' Houso. n;
was takon back to tho ice oilico, and aftor
turning ovor to Stapluton all the property
uicupi iuu monoy, was given a stund
thrashing and turned loose. Knowlodgo
of tho atl'alr came to tho ear of Chief
Mciiaio; ho aotight tho thief and In
nor; umn succeeded In arrostlng him
He was given a preliminary trial before
Judge Ilrois, who after hearine tbo avl
denco, sent him to the county. Jail to await
tuo action or tuo grand jury,
EllLEUS TO ilia Patbonk, and thk
Genkkal Puiilic, Giikstinu. I very
respectfully solicit ty contlnuanco of tho
favors of my patrons and Invito the pat.
ronage of tlio public, but I wish old
patron and transient patrons to distinctly
understand that I work for money nnd
not becauto of a philanthropic desire to
shoo and bout my follow in on wlthcut
money and without price, and that, there
fore, if any old patron or naw patron,
desiring shoes or boots, has not tho pecu-
niary ability to pay for tho work ordered
when done, be Is requsslod to pas on to
tome otnor shoemakor. I want no pld
patrons or new patron wh'o wlll not nav
Tboo who are willing to pay will And H
to their interest to patroniza me, baoaute
I koop on band tho belt of stock, do the
best of work, give tho best of fit and
work for tho lowest of prices,
U-W" . EllLXM.
1 wontloth Street, botwoon Poplar and
Waihington Avenue.
I A CARD. I UuLiAvlvl-TUi,, ...ii.i-I. li'"rM"M"MM""W"
THE DELTa.JIAND SMITTEN ;QN
ONKOHUKIP DOK8 NOT
'TDRNUE (JTHEK.
iMug. llifluc
-it
Kniion HuLLKTiy: Thoto appeared In
your columns yeatordsy, a cominunlcalion
from an nnnonymaus scrlbblor that wst
ungenorotis, roiontful and uncallod for
Your correspondent complnlnnd that on
Tuesday night last, a Catholic lecturer
was disturbed by thn muilc of tho Delia
City Cornet band I
For many week tl hat boon undorttood
that Tue lay and Saturday night havo
b"on tot apart for "open-air concert"
the brat bands of tho city, kindly volun
toerlng to furnish thn muilc, frco cf
cbargo, Hundreds of vltl.on attend
theso concorts, add declare thomiolVcs
handsomely entertained.
On Tuesday night last, tho Delta band I
met at tho Tonth street stand to glvo thn
usual concort. At lca!t thrco hundred
men, women and children wcro on tho
gtound, awaiting the opening ot the entor
tainir.cnt. At this time, and not before,
tho band with the exception of two or
three mombort) was informed that a loc
lure "fur pay" was advertised lo come
off in tho Ctliolu church, and that, as
tho music might disturb tho I.cturor, par
tie, iotorested would take it at a (avor If
the band would postpone the concert.
Partio present many of whom htd come
from distant. parts of the city, oblccted
and fneTsTedlhat, inasmuch aTlhe concert
was regular public a Hair, and the lectur
er nothing nioro rior lei than a sectarian,
monoy-maklng scheme, tbb concertthould
be given. Listening to theso suggestions
tho concert - given and -ftltlxMigh-lli
trippllng' who signs hlmsolf "J. P." was
not pleated with tho muilc, wo bug to as
sure him that thn crowd listening, ox.
pressed themtolvti highly gratified.
The leader, nor any other mom bo r of
the band bad tho right to promlio a post
ponement. Tho binds of tho city aro
under obligations to the publlo, nnd tho
public only rellovo them from a diichargu
of such obligations.
In this case tho public was atked to de
fer to the wishes of a few, engaged in a
sectarian speculation. "Whon, as in this
ci;e, a soct Intorpcics to prevent public
enjoyment and pastlmo, then Indeed may
wo oxpoct, what "J. P." affect! to depre
cate "rellglnut wrangling" and tectarian
blttorneis. Delta Citv Uand.
axahlk PnorERTY. The following
is a correct ttatemont of tho amount of
taxes aliened against the several claisos
of taxable property in Alexander ceunty.
l'KKSO.NAI. I'llOI'BnTY.
No.
Av.
value
Ass'd
value
Hones of all ages
Oattle.all kinds ,
Mules and asset
Mieep
lloiti.....
l.tos
t 40.13
18.43
4.(K)
I IC.M5
SS.tyw
074
1.VS7
u,si
1 'Jul
7.SU4
'J7
Steam ens, koilea Included
7,113
1.0 J
4.71
eii.it
rire or ourciar prool fafrs
BUlhfJurtd other nm'r tihlm
6
-17
- TS-t
"7.T()
ls4!r
uitutesana aragonsail kinds,
Watches .tidctocki
yj.t-l
1 1,11
Sewtiul ..d knluiiie nwtchl&ea'
10,77
I,1UI
1,114
naoo (one. .....MM ...
Melodeont and 072.0....
HI
Ate.mboaR. sailing rciseU.i
svharf boats, barges 'or other
4..4J
wter.trauJW.;i...
14
50U3.51
il ,ii,u
JlJSIjTsl
'I'otil assessed Talue of enum.l
erated proprty...w.....,
trXEXUMEUATKn rrtOI'EUTV"
ferchanJise..........MM.w , MM
Maurial and manulactured articles......'."'
Man'tt tools, linplemenu and inaclilnery....
Airl tools, implements and machinery
Ji.ld andsller-plate and plated ware
TJUmonds ami Jewelry .
Moneys of banks, bankers, brokers, etc
Credit, cf banks, bankers, brokers, etc ..
Moneys of others than bankers, etc
Ocdits ofothen than banks, etc .
Honda and stocks
Property ol saloons and eating nouses
Jl.u.ehold and office property
Investments in real estate and improvements
thereon
$131,019
14,-JG.".
UM3
7.77U
1197
l.vii:
.',UKI
3,0)10
C,IM
1,1117
6,710
4,710
4.000
Shares of It.ck. state and national bank.
111,1) CO
All other personal property ,
25,110
Total aliened valuation of tincnuineratcd
pmperty....
i!2'i"4.7
IlKAL ESTATE A LANDS,
No.
acres.
per
acte
To.
value.
Improved lands
Ualmproved lands .
SO,W,
.43
j.or,
:i5.esi
l,.ll
Ttal..
r: --JJ "Ssljio. 4 1
:41l,440
UlUL XH TATE TOWN
AND CITV LOTS.
No. lot
Av.val
per lot
Ass'd
val
mproved
town and city
Unimproved tow iTu'dcity,
1,633
70.01
1,413,411
lcity.
iou
H't.ll
10J.7.W
7eoa'jn
Total.
2,17:1,78
R KCA 1'ITUI. ATI ON.
1
ssMia.wuMr nusaeralrd-tenon.l
2C8.671
42i,7i
4M.444
2,173,721
"ue'eY rai'Mtatelands'.,.'..T,r''
' 3,2tt,Ws
Many who aro ullorIng from tho effect
oi tno warm weather and are debilitatod
aro acvucu uy physicians to take moder
o, wmsky two or three
wmesuuringtheday. In a littlo while
wuo MUP bl. advice froouontiv in
crease the number of "drinks," and in
LI m A linnnmn 1 . .
tgul,rn,c.a in9UI.atoii A
uoverago mat will not croato thlr.t fnr in
toxleatlng liquors, and which 1 Intended
especially icr the LoneUt of dobllitatod
persons, wnolhor at home or abroad, is Dr,
.ioui; . oe ve0o: Tonic. Containlm.
mo juices or many medicinal horbs. thi.
preparation doos no, ....... ,n
appetito for tho intnv..i
ino nourishing ml tlj0 I
supporting prjportlos of mttny yaluablo
production contalnmi ia it .n,i
woll-known to medical men i,.v . mn..
lengthening Indueneo. a .ln..l itti,.
or tho Tonic will domonslrato Its valuo-
ablo qualities. For debllltv nri.in,. r.
tlcknoi, overexertion or any cause what ln
uvur, a wine giaisiui of Sea Weed Tonio
takon aftor meal will ttren,.thn ii.
iiomach and creato an appetite for whole-
torn rood. To all who are about loaving
thoir homes, vrtTaeilro to iiCrrVirri,.
. . . nMV B
cellont oifecu of Hr.Hcheook'i aoatonable -
romedlot.Sea Weod Tonle and MaBdValA
Pill, ir"prtlcularly evident vjiAh'taVVti
by thoioTsho'aro Ibjurloutl'aU-sitod'hy ho give I the organ built by him for the
?hSdniie.ovUom: sw?thi,.rid: ;a? -d
T V .1 "T" ""hout-tak nrrwtup--
.... , '"U"' v
GBAI'KS, GltAl'
.i at. i i ..... u x va vmii
than tho cheapest, and fresh supplies are
receded ovory day,-at No. 7B, Ohio
LOTM. U. A. WitrsiT.nci.-.
--"--" i
lb.H.ll I
ry, overythlnir In the llne-aTi'
EvSullivan's. Ifi'J nnmm.Ml.l .......
, i at niuiiuu.
jK-K;l'"x.--Something now In
tho Jolly Press lino, at Uondorson', 100
.Commercial nvenuo. 52.8 8-lm
-OLAM FltOlT jAH..At
Naw York
storo for flrt conts'per doion,
tin cans! Now I. thft.tfrao to li
leu than
buy. '
v -i
"0.8-12.ei
S"(Flirf1 u"k Otyttal
llrlllla.litjwlth glass oven door. No no
cation to hivo burnt broad. Call and tea
it at T. J. Kmth's). 87.C10.tf
Jackwuotx A Co'h colobratod French
blacking at Sullivan' drug ttore, 6 and
10 cents por box. It It tho best blacking
in oio. g.io
"i.u mu u.j ooaruer; in ino city can
bo accommodated at tho St. Cbatlot
hotvl, with Unt-olass board at second class
Drt. tViLHAM, Dentist may be found
In his olllco at any time ; oxtractt teeth at
all hours day or night. Offlco at 140
Commercial avonue, between 8th and 'Jib
street. 45-8-4.1in
aim jargest and besl-telocted stock
of FO I.N ITU KB for tale at wholesale
ana retail by II EN It Y EIOHHOFF. No
116, Commurclal avenue.opposlle Seventh
Alts liKaT. Tho gonoral verdict i
that T. It, Sulllvau' soJa water is the best
n'the city. Try it, No. m Ootumer,
ciaj aveuuo, bolweon Ninth and Tnth
trott.
OaxhI CanbI OausI Quarts, one dot.
r per uozenj half gallons, one City
per uozon ; mado of best inatorlal and
grooved seama; at HendaMon', lHo Com-
mercial avonuoi, 62.b.liu.
it ..... . .
niiiiover LoiKiege, iu.r, Indiana
Nxt term beglm HepUuibor inb, 1S74.
Two fuU course, cla-ald and kcienUilc,
.,iui iirrpaiory ucpanmcilt, Full faculty.
Tuition free. Hoarding a low as iltuwiiere,
r or imormaiion or catalogue apply to Jtov
U.C. UKC'KMAX, I). D. President.
SI-7-20-tv
tf . .
con aALK. -aw aoxen one quart trult
cans at $1 per doren half gallon can at
1 60 per doxen, all of good tin with
grooved seams, manufactured and for sale
by A. Hal ley, 168 Washington avenuo,
near Aentn street. fi2.7-17.lm
BKALitu l'Roi-otiAU. aealtd proposals
will bo. received by the underslenod until
Monday, August atth, for tbo building of
a nricic roMdenco on Fifteenth ttreot, be
twoon Cedar and Locust. Plant and
tpociQcatloni can bo examined at th
offlco of Oroeu ii Wood, 03 Ohio Lovce
Joii.f Wood.
Thk oamor tnop is uu .Be corner ot
Eighth ttroet and Commercial
Vhbre J. George Stienhoute with hit s-en.
tlemanly assistants oan be found at any
hour of tha day or nichl. rttadv to annik
your feelings with a moolh ibave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It ia a first-clais shop, and you are
sure of receiving flrit-olass treatment
Ladles' and children' hair cut or curled
fterthe rorsl approvudstv 8-16.t
Waiiinoton UAKKitv, iir. Joieph
Konekor ha taken cbargo of thi woll
known otablibment, and will, on and
alter to-day, bo able to supply tbo
publlo ;wlth choice bread, including
BoHon, Urown and Graham bread, beside
cake and confecllonarios of every de
scription. Eeing an experienced and
eklirul bakr, Mr. ltonkur will not fail to
atlify all who patronlxo Mm. 140
Washington avonue. 38.7-J.lm
Stiam and Gas Fittino. Newland
it liennie havo entered Into a co-partner.
ihlp, and have oponod a shop on Comraer
clal avenuo, noxt door lo Perry Power'
Hvory atable. They nro now ready to do
ali:klnd of Steam and Gas Fitting,
Drive-Woll Work and Plumbing. Special
attontlon paid to repairing pumps. They
ollclt n .barn or public patronago, and
guarantoo thoir work to be well dono.
'11. 7-27.1 m
TnK Oaubk ov Temi-siuncjc llnds one
of it most Insidious and dangerous foe
in lhltI.M a.ll.J III , 1 1
"" "iwiiiu - ionic - ana "ap
petizer." made of cheap whltkv and m.
iuse liquor, finished up to auit depraved
appetites under tho name of maditlne.
UH. WALKIK'a OAL1KORNIA VlNIOAR
Hitters are none of thsio. They aro not
a beverage, but are a genuine medicine.
purely vegetable, prepared from Call.
fornla herb by a regular physician. For
all diseases of the etomacb, liver, kidney
bladder, skin and Hood, thoyaroan in-
falllblo and unrivaled remedy.
ltt-u and w-4w
OllflAN llUILUINO ETA1IL18M1IT.
Wo take pleasure in itatlng that we havo
in Cairo an tablthment which few cities
or ,la "Z9 cn "'" ' Mr. Max
Kuohno, corner of Thirteenth and Waf-
nut
street, hat Jut complelod a church
in for tbo ,Grman Lutheran church I
organ wr mo ,urman l.uthran church
0n Tb,!tMnith trMt. which Is pronounced.
P' bat undertand oriran music.
luccest, Mr, Kuehno Is
n lrGn builder by trado. and
bu l'e"'d 'n Pprenllcohlp ol sevon
yoa" w"l 0n8 of tho beat organ builder
15uroP 118 intend to devote all hi
"m" lo or6lin Ulding and melodeon
P'no tuning. Tho people ot Cairo have to
otton been diiappolnted by parties ooming
08,0 n,d claiming to bo competent men
In tuninif and ronalrlnp. that M
Kuohno did notdare to ask Jtho patron.
ago 6f tho people before be could give
proof of what ho could do. All
iniorosioa win aiver seeina ana nearini-
the above named organ, feel satlifled that
thov ennnt tru.t th.lp I......
iiimibB VU UCUOT A1AUUI 0I1 till
tho flltIn f 'I'Oi they can rcit
assured.tbat ho will givo satisfaction in
i,v.rvtiiMi.nl.. 1'.. ...... II ..i
r"M,v,ii"ii iiuiw iiuuiai,
ui .(,
JiANK
OF OA I no
V'.v Vi'IM-Krt, Prrsldonl,'-- '
J. 31. 1'HILMrti, Vice I'miilcut,
CHAS CUNNINGIIA3I, Cinhler.
COLLKOTlONs PEOMPTLV MADE
K.VCII ANIIII. ruin. ImnL'ImlM. I l.t Slnlfn.l
Slatct trciultlc bought mid sold.
Interest allowrd on tlrao dcponlU.
THE CITY NATIONAL
BANK.
CAIRO, ILTirNOIS.
CAPITAL,
81(16,000
ori'ioxiu).
W. P. 1IAL1.IDAY. Preliltmt!
HENltY 1,. IIALL1UAY, Vlco ProldcsU
.. ii. n.r r uiti?, t.nnncrt
tVALTKH HYSLOP, AmIkIuiiI Ca.hUr.
DIHKLTona.
HTAATS TAYUllI, It. II. I'UNNI.NORAM
rt. I.. JI 4I.I.IIIAY, T,Y. V. 1IA1.I.I1I4Y.
U. 1). Wll.LIAMiUN, .STKMIKN lllllH,
A. li. 3AKFOIU).
Exchaujce, Coin nnd United : St ule
IIoikIh llonglit mid Sold.
DEPOSITS rcceii'ii:ninl u general b.inklii:
UUHUfhH UOIIU.
ENTKUPIUSK SAVINUS I.ANK
'V
CHAKTKKKI) MAKL'll III, ISO!).
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIllO
oVi'iuxitB :
A.ll.SAFKOHi), Prtnldt nli
H. S. TAYl.OK. VUi .l're.lili-ntr
II. HYSI.OP, secretary and Treasurer,
ntiCTona:
P. 31. llAltCLAY, ClIAH. (iALI(lll;:,
F. 31. .STOCKVLKTII, l'AL'L O. .SCIII'll.
II. II. CUNNINOIIAM. II. L. llALLIDAV,
J. .M-I'IIILLU-H.
INTKlllijT paid on dopoMtn at the rate
ol tlx per cunt, per annum, .Marcli InUaud
Keptembcr lit. Interest not witlidruwn Ih
auaeu immedlntely to thu iirimlii.il of th
depolt, thereby ghlng them compouml
luitrrt'Hi.
WAUHIKD WOUKN AND CIIILDIIXN MAY
DXI'OelT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DIlAW IT.
Open every btitlucen day from U a. m, to 1
li.ui., ami nam.iiay cvi'iiiiiks lor ralnga tie
jiumu vuiy, iroiu n ion o'clock.
W. II YiiLOP. Treasurer,
IxtVILAKKOCSs
R. SMYTH So CO..
WHOLESALE
;1 s II
j!i.ii i
fonts
LIQUOR
No. CO Ohio Luvce,
UAIHO, ILLINOIS
R. JONES
Boot fe Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue.
jietwooo Tenth and Eleventh Btreets,
OAIltO, ILLINOIS.
I prepared to 1111 ordern without delay,
lie hay a One tocW of Imported leather on
nand.Juat received from WtWcrk, and has
put down tho price to tyo lowest notch.
B-4 am
B. F. PARKER,
(Suooeasor tu Parker k UIke,)
Dealcrlu
PAINTS & OILS
VARNISHES, . . . t
BUUSIIKS,
.WALl'APKl,,
WINDOW GLASS,
1 ";.r,n
AVLNJDOW SIIADliS
And tho celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL:
Broit' Ualldlng; 11th St. Ji Ooraorclal Av"
CAIRO, ILLS. ,
Whmmmmm
COFFINS
AT WILCO.Vd I1LOCK FOU ?1.00
.o-tj-tf-tf
FIIIST NATIONAL
I'l oxpcclnH Tor 1874 MIVEXTH YEA It
THE ALDINE.
Au Illustrated 31onthly Journal, unlventallj
admitted to tin tlio hnnilsiituejt period
leal In tho Woild. Arcprci-eiitutlvi
and champion of America n tacf
Nat ron Salz iw xiook Ou .h ewb Store
Tho Aldlnr, While Umed with all the rrc
titarlty, hnii none of the temporary nr tluio
ly Interest .ch.iraUeriMIc ot ordinary pen-
Odleals. It la an nlc'iiiit iiilii-i lhnv ol mire.
light and gfitcofu! IlleiaUlro ; and a collcc-
tlon ol picture, tho rarest specimen or art
tlitiu skltli in black and wlilti!. Althntufr
cauti sucLcndltn; number aitonl fitrh
pleasure to It friends, tho real value ami
beauty of The Aldlno will bo mont appreel
feted alter it haa been bound up at the eloxo
ol the year. "While other publication may
claim superior cheapness, a compared with
rival of n almllar clnxs, tho Aldlne 1 an tin
(que nnd original conception alono nnd tin
approached absolutely Without concept'
In price or character.
AHT DEPAIITMENT, 1874.' "2
The lllwtratlone or the Aldlnu have w.
a.world-Wldc reputation, nnd in the art t en
Iron nl Ktiropu It In an admitted fact that
Its wooil'dits aro oxampICH of tho hlghcd
purlectlon over attained. The coromor
pri jildlreln favoro' "tdel platen," ia rap
Idly yleldlutr 10 a 1.. icilucatetl and din
crliulnntlng tarto which recognles tho ad.
vantigea the udvantae c or euporlor artistic
quality with greater facility of production.
Tim quarterly Muted platfor 1874 will bo
by Thos. It or an And .T. I), Woodward.
The Chrlrtraaj fflut) lor 1874 will contain
special dcilgDs Oppfoprlate to tho feason,
by bur best oBSMt and will tur' In at
traetlnn any dT ItHiiredeeesMorn.
i, FHRMIUMS FOlC 1871.
Every tulitcnbcr to tho Aldino lor
year lb7i will receUo a jiair of chromth
The oriKlnal picture wire tutluted In oil lo
tho publisher, of the Aldlue. by Thoma
Moraii, who.a great olorado picture and
purchased by emigres, for ten thouitnd
dollars. The mbJccU wcro tinmen to rep.
recent ten thousand dollars. Tho subject
wcro diokit to represent "Tho East" and
Tho West." One Is a view in thu WhltB
Mountain, New Hampshire; tlio otlier
Kle Uio Cllir ofOreen river, Wyoming
territory. The chromo are each worked
Iroin thirty dlulnct plates, and aro In nlzo
1(X10) and appcaraueo exact apc-tilmll ol
tho originals. "
N waiik. S, J,. Sept. 80. 173.
JtcMrs..Jincs .Sutton Uo. .
OENTI.r.31KN-l am delighted with tha
pruor. in color of your chrolno.. They are
woliderlully nioou.shil rnproM'titaUoiiit by
luerhantoal proc6t. or the original palntliii;..
Very respeclfully. Tiiom. Moiian.
Thenc ehromos aro In ccry fno Ameri
can. They arn by an irln.il American pro
ceiw, with malcrlal ol American manufac
ture, from doMgua of American scenery by
an Amorlcan pahitcr, and presented to eub
tcrlbera Ui tlio llmt silvcessful Auurlcan
Art Jourual. II no better because ol all
this, they will certainly posses an Interest
no foreign production can Inspire, and nei
ther are they any tho worse if by reason ol
peculiar facilities of production they coa
tho publishers only a trifle, while equal In
every respect toother chromo. that are .old
MngjfoMloubh the suWilptlon price ol
If auy subscriber should Indicate a pre
ference for a flgura subject, the pabllther
will end "Thought, ol Home" a tew au
beatirul chromo, lfx?U inches, representing
a Utile Italian exile whoic speaking eye.
betray the locidn oi his heart.
IS per annum, In advance, with Oil Chro
mes free.
For 360 cent extka, the chromo,
mounted, varnished, and prepaid by mail.
Tho Aldmo will, bcrcaltrr, be obtainable
only by subscription, 1 hero will no b ro.
dlieeiil or club rate; cash for ktibscrlptlous
muatlio rent to tho publisher, direct, or
handod lo tbo local canvaxrer, without ro.
spouslhlllty to tho publishers, except In
cam), whvro the cnrtilicuto I given, bvanng
tho facimllenlcnatureol James Hullon & Co.
CANVASSKIIS WA.MKII.
Any prson wishing to act permanently
a a local canvaner will receive lull and
prompt Information by applying to
J a i K.i Huttoh it Co., l'ubllshor.
aw Mlilin Iriina Nw York
SCOVILLS
VIII I I!
An
cmaneoui eruptions on
body Indicate
tho face or
AN IMPlTltN CONDITION
TI1K J5LOOD,
OP
and thi. may, or may ntit he b lin t;i.A; but
uni iiviiw ir noiiiini; more
than itn rNMDtoua Poiaox that
IIDHNS LIKE A TKUItlllLK FIltE,
ai tt coiir.cii thriiiiL'h thn vclos.howlmr kod.
ol death with e,ery puUatloii,
III this condldon nf thlnv tomelhlmr I.
qeedetl ut once to clcauo thu blood and
SCOVILL'S BLOOD AND
LIVER SYRUP
ill POlTtlVelV Clll'Ct tllU rlillHnr.l.i,,, ....
ptlllng every trace of ill-eaf from the blnd.
mm ny.iem, ami leaving the Hclu
SOFT, PAIIt AND UUAUTIFUL.
t : i
Hundreds of pr-rtllieatf. allot iti 'value.
' Price Si per bottle.
JOHN V. HKNllV, CUKKAN&CU,
- J-'ropnetors,
8 arnl-9 College Plnco, New York.
a'lso pnopHrnmns av
Hall j 1 lalsanj fur Ui Lung,, Carhollf Salve,
Eddy's Carbolic Troche, Oxygen,
utod Hitter for Dyspepsia,
II. M..HI.I I Tl..,,' '
Dr. Itoger's Vcgetahlo Worm
nvrun. Dr. Itatmntt Un. n...n. ...
Kat, .Mh o, nnd Vermin, llusnia llalrDye.
Etc., Etc., KlC.
FOR SALE ALL DRUflOISTS.
cs-T-ao-n-w.
HOAT hTIMIF.fi
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
VVilOMSALE GKOOER,
COiYMISSIOiN' MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES)!
No. 7 Ohio Loy.ec, OAHtO, ILLS
ttarspeclai attention ulven to
OientM ami tllllni; ordew.
OOllSlKU-ll-'A
tl
SAM WILSON,
3 ( DKAI.Klt IN
BOAT STORES
m wiuKonua, 1 loyisiuns, CICi,
CAIRO (ILLS.
DR. W. BLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
Buaer Jlloaklfup tairs);cornr nth Htro
.tiDo.. yyaiDiugton ATenue.
M-31.tr,
CAIRO, IIVLIN01H.
III II
linn urn ill
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