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vr i,:. r.n. Jnywa.
Politio for 1874,
' BY
HON. JSD,WAm MoPHBRSON,
dtrk f House o Rrpreteniaitccs v. a.
This ACCURATE and I JMPMUL'Jtar
Ives the full Rcorp on tlio 'lnct,s0 0
UcHK the -net Ot Hsflx icre t?6 "Legal
Tenders and coin Interest , UomU, and
the tarlous Expanding ao'j Contracting actt.
tine. President QnxrJt,a Messages and
Mcnoraduw; jIoTviews. letters. Pro
clamauont, And Ac10, n Alabama, Arken.
M. Louisiana OP . I Ti.ru Kill
Decisions. Bll-,i0u anil Wisconsin ltallroad
laws, uonsutational Amendments, made
ana pcnuu'.g. ln stlIC8, ttuu nation, "hsck'
ray " fiU.'iUtle Tallica of Antironrlatloiis,
Debt Elections. Currency Distribution by
States and sections, rtc. Invaluable fur
campaign. Cloih, 2.60, post-paid.
Address GEO. FR3. DAWSON,
X'. 0, Box iH, Washington, I). C,
MW LUMBER YARD.
COR. 8ETEKTEENTH ST. AND COX
MERCIAT, AYE.
The mdertlcned '.having established
new lumber yurrtln connection with tbclr
sawmill, are prepared to furnish nil kinds of
ouuuing material, eucn us
PINE, OYFllESS, POPLaR
Aad Ath Flooring, Siding. Celling, Ac.
special attention II called to our oieem-
lioaf. ll'iisnn and Ac-rldilturnl Implement I
MAteral, which will i" nimwncu u n.... .
notice In Ursra w """ quanttie.
a: Jam ttaak or cheap Iuuiber on band at
cur kwT which will be cold at 93 to 910 per
thouiand .la carload lots. Also lath and
hlnglct fotnlihcd tu any tpianllty.
C1IA8. Lancabtkk tc Co.
Cairo, 111., AugUat 1, 1874. 8-2-8m
MIL UTAH AUBSUf .
Jl Q? HARMAN &. CO.
At) .
HOUSE AGENT,
CdLLECTOnS,
CONVEYANCERS,:
NOTARIES PUBLICS
And Land Agent of the Illinois Central and
Burlington and Missouri It. It. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
CAIRO ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real' Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
74 Ohio Lkveb, (Second FJoor,)
CAIRO, ILL.
Buy and 8cllIlEAl.ESTATE.ray TAXES
Furnifhca AbatracU of Title.
KSTLand Commtialoner.
IIBVKAIUB
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
OFFICE,
WJV'onc lul firtt-clais Compa
mes
' T lVltM.Ut
INSURANCE.
EsTAausnuD 1858.
Safford, Morris & Candee,
Insurance Agents,
73 Ohio Levco, Oily National Bank
Building, Cairo, Im.s.
o
T i9,ldet , established Agency In Southo
' lUInols, representing over
.$5-000,000.00.'
Cairo. Box and Basket Co.
' DKALEItflLN
LUMBER
.OP ALL KINDS, 1IAUD AND BOIT,
Keep constantly on hand
FLOORING, SIDING,
ALSO, LAT1X.
Mill nd ,lrrd,j
Conner S4th Street
ana Ohio Lcveo.
WALL & ENT,
IManuficturers and Dealers In'
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
CAIRO, ILLS.
POPLAR, OAK .CYPRUS, ASH, GUM
AND COTTONWnnn Jnu
FACED LUMBER.
j.asoatjj rims. AMI AND pop
jq AND
ioUlS JLTNIYERSITY.
TUB FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL
BSHl'oN:'of Studle lathi
ST. LOUIS UNrVEHSITY
Will begin on
MONDAY HKPTEJUIER 7th, 1874.
suldreis. . ' i "M" or
, ,.. .w 1Ai.AKDt g j(
LobU UnlfeMlty, til. U"'
CAIP.O LOCAL NEWS.
WANTKI).
mil MrnrfM.
Somebody to tike from um a thousand bill
heads, good paper und finely printed, lor
8J.M to 4 00.
Mlnlrmu. t.
Ono thousand ititcniciiH printed nt TllK
Hullktin olUcc lor fcLNI to 4 00.
Jlntc llentl..
rn IhoW.ntvl notn heads printed at TnK
Uui.latin olllco lor $1.00 j two thousand lor
0W.
(Jns-iln.
nun flinmnml lnialncM card', lino Rrlstol
board, printed at Tub Bulletin office lor
from 2.60 to tO.OO, according to size.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1874.
One thousand Ctitneio parntols ix
Hartman's, only twonty-Hvo conti each
80.7-30-tf
"Wanted. A good cook and nlso a
nurio girl. Apply to l)n. Smith,
77-8-"21-tf No. al,Tblrtoentb troot.
TllK Comcsrt. Tho Dolta band did
not play lnit night on nccount of the
light rain. They wilt bo out in forco to
night at the up town itand.
Tim dedication of tho At. K. church at
nilln will takn placo on tiunday at 11 a.
ni. Hut. .leu Krani, prnnaing omer,
oiUciAtlng. All frlemlt f tlio churoli and
tho cnuio aro cordially Invited to ln
proient.
THE Geuuan.Knulibii School. Tho
Qotman-Engltsh achool, l'rof. Appel,
principal, will open on Tucfday neit(
whon parents who aeelro thoir chlldron to
attend thlt xchuol will be euro to tend
thorn. Futlhsr notice lo-mtrrow.
Adskut. Mr. Oherly left for Spring
Hold on Monday aftornoon, In ordor to bo
a looker-on at tho "Kocldtoatod" conven
tion which anotnblod in that city yostor
day. Ho will not rolurn homo until
Thursday or Friday.
Foil Rknt. Tho undonlgncd hat threo
llrat-claii roildcncng, two on Cross and
ono on Elovcnth ttroot, for ront. Excel
lent clitorni, out-houioi, ind all othor
convontonces. Jutt put Into Unit ordor.
Enqulro of U. W. MuKkaio, V. 3d.
C0.8.10-'Jw
For ICe.vt, Tho now brick buslnois
houio lately occupied by Capt. Kally, on
Commercial avonuo botweon Tenth and
Eleventh ilreott, Cairo. A largo loaio
given If required. Enquire of II. Walton.
Webb, cornor Eleventh itrost and Com
raorolal avenue. B.8-'JC10t
To Contractors. l'ropoala will be
recotvod by tho underalgnod until Thuri-
day, Aug. 271b, for building a framo waro-
houia on cornor of Twcnty.aocond atrcot
and Ohio Levoo. Plana and ipeciflcatlens
may bo seen at our ofllco.
79-8.23.3t Tiiitlxwooi & Co.
Fixu rod Binuisotuk Fine Bells,
Bird, alias Ilonry Fox, waa arrested
yesterday by Olllcer Wooton for ring
log the flro bolls night beforo laat. Fox
was at Mra. CahlU's dance, and thinking to
rae io- -"" among tho buys.
"PESf.," 01 mo noiiso und rung tho
the town. ir o succeeded in raising
"iuia uncu nim jn.uu iur tuu aiiuri.
iinnsn iiisu, jirs. wahlll gavo
a pleasant parly on Monday ovonlng at
her ntvr homo, corner of Sevontoonth and
uommorclal avonun. Thoro woro about
ufty couples present, and It was the unl
vorsal verdict of those thnro, that it was
the most enjoyablo alfalr of the kind that
has como off In Cairo for mmo tlmo.
O.v account or falling honlth, Mrs.O.
McOoo ia compollod to glvo up buaincsa
for a season In order to visit tho eprings.
To do this it la noceisary that tho Bhould
collect all small, outstanding accounta,
and aho oarnoatly roquests all ladies who
know themaelvos to bo Indobtcd to her to
call and aettlo aa loon an nmnll.ln
without further notice. 03.8-18-Gt
Policb Court. Thomas Sullivan
before hia honor Judge Broia yesterday
morning for whipping hla wife, and alio
on a eoaco warrant. Tl,n,n.. t
guilty, and waa held to ball In tho aum of
luvo hundred dollars to koep the poace
iun.ru nu vuq people or the Slate or II
linola," and oipeclally toward hia wire.
1 . m
VUI.. iOWKED OR UONQIlKSd. TIlO fdl-
lowing telegram wai received at Tub
JIullktin olllco yoitorday:
Cairo Dally Uullolln!
Anna, 111.. Auzuat 21, Atih iTni
county Democratio convontion to-day,
Ul.R. R.Townes wsa unanlmouily lu
, fuJJ,d'" eonBi-eisman from tho
...Suvudiuu unirici or llllnola.
J. Hammonb,
uoawjimo.-. Mrt.Slawarl ,(.,,..
. .murm me puwio that abe hat opened
uuaruing uouso for the accommn,l.,l..
j .uu.,, ,u lu vneK reaidonco on
,u. corner or Twellth and Poplar streets
..... Known xo Uft,ro e m
an old hand at tho buaineia el providing
""riers, and with a
determination to koep up her woll-oarned
.U,BUD( (uiicna a abaro of public pat
rouago. S0-8-20.tr
Ojoar Stanw roit Salx WIihlnL' to
.U,UD un mrm, i wniiell my cigar
,uu ""JacCO SUna, With all the .tnnl,
flirnlfllv mnA It.l.. '
H4JU iiAiurcj connoclQU w th it
. vvm vuuiuiorcift
venu And Ohio
The business I. w. c.t.bluhca with a
good run of custom, and th.ro J, no bet
or .land ,n Calr.. My only object In
. ling I., o change my ,u,1)lell frJom lho
oily, to the country.
Bj.u.i&.gt ,,0IlK
O, EOKKNIIKIM.
qoNE.-Our onterpririn7drv eood.
nieroliatit, Mr. J, Burger, started yester
day on hit way to New York and oth,r
the fall and winter trade. He expects t
"main lath. E.st About six 7. 3? in
order to watch th. m.rkst and m.ke hi,
lolcctlona, buying at tho moat advantage
oua lrgures, In ordor to glvo lila army of
alrndy cuttomors here, all tho advantage!
that way bo connocted with hia own know
lodgo of tho buiinoaa nnd hla ability to not
only buy nt good birgalna, but to make
audi iclcctlons aa aro moat aulled to tho
wants of tho people who deal with him.
HOT1CU.
Illinois Crutrai. It. H. Co .
AocNrsOrrioK, Cairo, Aug.26, 1874.
To poraons wlahlnn lo attend tho Camp
Meeting to be hold at Jonoaboro from
Auguat 2Cth to Auguat3lat, wo will oll
oxcuralon tlckoti to Anna and return at
ono and one- fifth fare. Sale of llckota
will comtnonco on tho 225th and dl-cor.-tinuo
on Auzuat 31at. TickoU good to
return until Beptombor lat, incluaive.
St jamm Johnson,
(leneral Agent.
A rr.vr dayi inco wo published an nc
ountof accidental polioning at Ullin, as
i. waa glvon ua, but which we And, al
though correct In tho main, waa incorrect
as to detalla. Tho ohlld did not dlo aa
roportod, and wo loarn by lettor from
Ullin yesterday that both man and child
wore entirely out of danger, and that it
was not Mr. Bella regular clerk, C. W
Finn, but a young man left in chargo of
tho establishment during a fow houra ah
unco of Jtr. Finn, who aold Mr. Sturgla
tbo raorplno Inatoad of quinine.
Mam has oone lo New Tork and
othor eastern cltloa, to purchaao tho largest
and finout stock or clothing and gents' fur
nlitilug gooda over brought into tho Mis
sissippi valley. lie will eonaumo Irom
lour to six wocks tlmo In making his bo
loctions, and threntona to ocllpio anything
over done in Cairo, in eir.o oi stock, qual
ity of gooda, and tho bargains that bo will
labor lo tccuro for hia customers, whose
uamo is logion and ho will do It. Ho
novor falls In anything ho undertaker.
So wo may look out for an Immonso stock
o' fall and winter good', to bo (old at
oloto figures, and wo will wait to buy our
aoveral aulta until Marx returns. "Go
thou and do likawlse."
TnK City Council of Cairo has paiiod an
ordmanco forbidding ttoainboats to In
dulged In a ainglo whittle of greator
lanctn than three soconas, and tho ag
gregated blows at ono timo mutt not be of
longor duration than twenty aocondt
The ordlnanco doea not specify the time
that mint elapao after ono algnal of
twenty aoconda is ended boforo anothor
ono may be commenced. Tho Ella
Hughes could mako things lively for
thoao Uatrolties, and sho should bo dis
patched to that city of high sidowalks and
moiquitoos for tho purpose- of giving them
a loiton in steamuoat blowing, wo rnon
tlonod that fractional craft, at hereby
Dang a laio. Lraauc&n KentucKian:
By All moans lot the Ella Uughos como
down to Cairo And glvo ua a specimen of
hor blowing. However, before aho un
derUkea the lob we would adviao her
owners to soli out a "fraction," In order to
bejable to liquidate fines, oto.
TO J. P.
THAT CONCERT AGAIN.
Editor Bullxtin: Tho atrippllng, J.
P., "comes again" and avers that wbllo
sipping boer and ox-tall aoup, be hssofton
Cornot Band. Tho stripping jn$aka
tho aourco rrom whlcV ihe'vor playod In a
aiobn. Tho aourco was beer and not
music.
Apiece with this statement ia hla aug
eestlon that the band, with the threo
hundred listeners present, walk nearly a
miio to got out orhoaring ot two or throe
.mm ui iio ron wno uoiired to Jitten to
a Jooturo.
ii no truth could be known we dare
say that tho locture was cut abort as much
on account or the ellm attendance as tho
music or tho band
But onough. Tho band fools itsolf vln
uicaioa, ana can well afford to lot the
matter drop. Delta Cornkt Band,
Cairo, Ills., Anguat 25, 1871,
Many who aro Buffering from tho olios
of tho warm weather and aro debllltatod
aro advised by physicians to tako modor-
nmoums oi wniskv iwn nr t....
timet during the day. In a llttlo while
thn.n whr. .H,.,,. ,M. .a..x . .
I.:"' I 1 . '.",,rTmlMy-
:. u unnu.,- ana in Mr. Davis appoarod
time becomo rnnflfmn,, .1. . HI"""U
.111 nnt n.. .V . ,T
toxicating liquors, and which 1. Intended
especially Icr the bonellt of debilitated
peiaons. wholhorat homn ni-t. n.
Schenck'a Sea AVeed Tonic. Oon,Mnrng
the juice, or many medicinal herb., hl.
nronaration i ni nnt ...... I
I'lujinraiiun uoea not creato
. rj.-... ,uu lu.uiicaung cup,
nouruning and the Ufa.
supporting prjportlos of many valuable
natural productions contained In it and
nUii-.uuuKiuiiiciii mori, havo a moat
strengthening influenco. A singlo bottle
or tho Tonic will domonslralo Its value-1
able qualities. For debility arising f,om
sicunoas, overexertion or any csuao what
ever, a wine glasslul of Sea Weed Tonlo
taken after tno.li will strengthen thn
stomach and create an appetite for whm '
smnsf.m,! rnA .. . .
their horn., ntoT 1'
cellent effect, or Dr.Bchenc.eeaae
romodlnt. .s AVnn.i .1 ,. . . I
I'll... a lZ r
by thoso who aro injuriously aEotedT,.
a change or water LnTZ wMiS J
should leave home without taking a sup-
by all druggi".. b R'0nK' Kor ,a,a
Stxam and Gab Fittino. Nowi.nJ
. ,
& Hennlo havo ontorod Into a co-nartn...
ship, and havu oponod a shop on Commer to "y unusual stato of mind or apper
cial avonue i, next . door to Porry Power's nt cause for hi. returning to the uso of In.
llvory stable, lhey nro now readv to do toxlcatinir drink ku ui,.i
.11 .111 . . I
all .kinds of Steam and (Ua VIHin
i I iti ii ... -""-oil, -"""i iur soma num. irav-
Drive- ell Work and Plumbing; Spoclal 'BP'tralIy r.covor(d ftomW itata"of
solicit a share or public pAtron. smS
guarantee thoir work to b. will! ioni
aiiuu.iuii ii.iu io renainnc nnmna Then
27-7-27-lm
TT..
Hanover (ollcegc.
NKXTterni beglim September Oth, 1874.
Two roll courses, classical ami ,.n.in
--t iumu.
courses, classical and nnn.ntinn
with prepatory department, Full faculty.
Tuition free. Boarding as low na Hi.h.,.
T - .f , . 1
"r uiwsiuauon or cauioguea apply to Rev
G. C. mcCKMAN, D. D. President.
PROBABLE SUICIDE.
riOICKD UF IN TUB KlViCR AT
GOOSE ISfcAHiJ1
liKTTEU THAT MAY THROW
SOME LIGHT ON THE
BUUJEOT.
SUICIDE OF A YOUNG MAN
AT
MUKPUVSnOBU.
WINK AND WOMAN SAID
TO
HAVE 1IKKN THE UAUSE.
Uoosk Island, Aug. 24, 1871.
Editor Hullktinj Yettorduy uvon
log tbo body of it nun floated to ahoru
nuar this placo. Inquire Thus. Martin
MusnotiUod and suuimuniug a jury pro
ceeded to hold an Inquoit. Tho body was
so terribly swollen tbat it waa impjtslblo
to recognize It, but the following lettor
found In onu of his pockets, may throw
sotno light on the "subject." Aftur caro
fully drying tho letter, I havo been ablo
to decipher most of It and the question in
my mind is :
WASITMJICIDK?
St. Louis, Mo., August 11, 1874.
Mr. A. N. Urovard, WilUrd'a Landing, Ills
DjfAR Him I uliom tbe encloaod to
vuu nt lu rsuu.al or mv uauKUier
AmunJa. and would be glad if my duty
hnru .ndml. but your lettor to her and
your remarks generally have made It no
cotsary tbat ). abould lay something more.
Bbo liuorint mu that you charge that
I havo intluoncod bur to apply for a di
vorce from you. This is unttuo and you
know It. I have nover iaiuy whole life.
as a lawyer or In a social capacity, ad
viaod a anparatlen botweon mau and wife,
and particularly havo I boon guarded in
thia one. 1 havo said to Amanda that
aho married you without my content, and
she mutt abide the consequence ol bur act;
that of course, she being thy dautrhlur,
when sho lefl you I would provide a
homo for her, and if she applied for a
dlvorco would auataln her aa far at I oould
in her application. If a father can do
leas, 1 can not aee it. I understand tbat
vu say many vilo things about mo.
Yhtlo you can not pottibly injure mo,
1 am lorry lo Know thai you are ao un
grateful. You know you havo never had
a rolsuve, excepting your parontt, who
haa beon as kind, generous, forgiving and
patitnt with you at I havo been. With all
your tauits, havo not l Dome witu you
as a son, lorgiving you tlmo ana again
relying on your promltet violated within
an hour 1 Have you over atked me a
iavor, pecuniary or othorwite, that I did
not grant? Have not I aupported you
and Amanda for ovor two years 7 Have
not I plead with you aa a father to a aou ?
Uavo not 1 uteu every moans to roiorm
you and mako a useful and honorable man
of you 7 Have you not repeatedly said
that no one bad ever been so kind a friend
to you as 1 havo beon? But now
you abuio mo. I truly thank God,
Albert, that you are pow.rlaji to injure
me. I truly thank God tbat my con
science approves of my courie
toward you. God knows I earnestly hoped
to roform you, and that I labored to do
ao, and would hate mado any reasonablo
aacritlco to do so. No, Albert, you havo
done me all tho Injury you can. You
took my daughter away rrom me and
noarly mado a wreck of her physically and
morally. Yoif have caused ' me all the
misery and abamo I over had; you havo
caused me more tears of anguish than any
other living being, and your own hoart
ought to reel remorse Inetead of revengo.
Then let ua nlono. Bo aatlafted with tho
wrong you havo done, the iuliery you have
."fan ner anii mo anu let ua go nonce
without mrther raoltatlon fromyou. If
thor Amanda Wiivantyou have it, for nol
tho misery nnd dugrauwar rocover from
havo covered ua. You mav omMeh vou
application to get a divorce, but I would
buviso you noi 10 asperso her character,
II you navo not sulliciont manhood
avoid tho stamo of trying to injuro her
whom you took irom ber home an In
noceni, guileless and eonilding child
juur yviiu, unug your ciisrgeB as you
u u.vo no tears, out woo be
unio you, young man ir you do not
sustain mem.
I nro told that you wrote that you aro
wormng to pay u uooi sne owes to Mr,
Lenco. This is laughable and contemptibla
Pay your own debta and I will pay all o
her's. I havo writton to Mr. Lence that
i win pay them. 1 to d h m when T u. ..
down tho last time tbat I would nav all
1 1, - .1 -V - r i . . r . :
.nu uuuu ui jir coiiiraciing ana SO 1 will.
I sincerely trust I will novor nr.. in v,...
from you in tho mannor which I h.vn
roconuy hoard, and 1 again assure yon
that no ono will bo better Dlosssd with
jour rciormauon anu "uccoss In liro than
i wouiu do Jtespcctrully yours.
Ciiarlkb A, Davis,
" uu ,u'"" 'I'""'" was writ.
ten with purple ink but cannot bo rn.d
" L ."V" WIlAOB, AOUthOASt
Lour. Afte ho ZJ. n
possible to ?. 1 Z body," l Z0 he'
...... . .. UUJ' nreioro me
' M w
jonesboro Gazette plea,, copy,
SUICIDE OF YOUNO HUNTER.
iSpecial to Cairo IIullrti.n.
MispnTSBono, III., Aug. 24, 1874.
Our community is again thrown Into
eicitoment by a sudden and unnatural
death. Ham Hun
oommtttad suicide at 8 o'clock l'att night
b 'hooting biraiolf through tho head.
v. j ww V A-'l UUUiOr,
Developments or n,n .. ...
ditlonal evidence of tho powora or win.
And woman ... "...Pl. . , "iU
man. It ' " o ot. '
, ---i r . .u o.ui uau oeon tne
TT "
ng ' ot U." d"T.' "JhT-h nT
ulv ,u wnicn nun-
' " " .. t.. hi. earthly affair.,
t ., . ' tottM misunderstanding
ln their raulUft' ri.ndship. Sam. attended
BabbMh Konol In the morning after
T C"oJ on MI, Wmntou for
on the atreots mtoilcatmi. ),t nm
uu uon iiarw.r,i waa ,.
during tho day did h .mm.
- , "Mllill uu HU mu 1UBU-
fully absta nn.l rrnm ,
artln i .h. . "Amnion
!fi, a. tb,ovtnl,: bout 'a -o'olook,
intoxication hi. ..i.i... ...
7 - wws ue was not reeepred with
"? m. tho o3p.ny rgodd'even-
tha
V
"B, uu Slennnfl n it'- i Mi'
or
A faw
naout" frntn
the fence, and In tho presenco of sev
eral person, draw a rovolver from his
pocket, placing his feet firmly on the
ground with tho right root rorward ror
support, dollberAtoly put tho pistol to hit
ho ail and II red, reoledla few moments And
sank baekward.to tho ground. Tho ball'
entoMd'At tbo right temple and p'aaaed
dlroctfy through the head. Ue.was tak'dn
home jwhoro ho died at half.paal ton
o'clock "tho samo night. It ia probably
noceasary to add (bat all the parties con
nected with this aad and lamnntod act of
celf-doatruction wcro highly reincctod
and of tho best familos of tho place.
Mrs. Hunter has. been laving quite low
With fovor for several wooks, and IV Jl
fea
iejiVwjlljnqt ,redover rrom thk shotk
Jiool by the death of her son. Tbo uol
caui
Ceased W..'. fVAlin man hi nf man
J JJ,,
poiseMing tbo health and bouytncy 'of
youlbj surrounded by kind And loving
monds, and tho Inliuenon of a mother's
never-coatiog, truo nnd christian love,
ho continually In humble prayor In
vokod tho blessings of God on tho hoad of
her beloved and only ton.
J. M. Jl.
BULLiYAif. urugs, medlclnoa, por
fumery, overythlng in tho lino, at T,
E. Sullivan's, 152 Commercial avenue
Jelly Prisses. Something new in
the Jolly Preas line, at Ilonderaon's, 100
Commercial avenue. 628. 8-lm
Somstuikq Nxw, Bucks Cryetal
Brilliant with glass oven doors. No oc
casion to have burnt broad. Call and aoe
It at T J. XxnTH'M. 87-C-tO.lf
JACKO.UOTK & Co a colehratod Froncb
blacking at Sullivan's drug atoro, 0 and
10 centa per box. It ia tbo best blacking
in uae. 8-1C ,.
ALL tho day boardor; in tho city can
bo accommodated at tho St. Charles
hotol, with first-class board at second class
rate ?a 4-10-tf
Dr. Williams, Dentin may he found
in hts'uiuco at any tlmo ; oxtractt toeth at
all hours day or night. Otlico at 140
Commercial avonue, botwecn 8th and 0th
street.. 45-8-4.1 ra
Thk largest nnd best-solectod stock
or FURNITURE for sale at wholcsaio
and retail by HENRY EICHHOFF, No.
115, Commercial avenue,opposlte Seventh
street. 71 6-17-3m
lux Bxat. Tho general vordict is
that T. K. Sullivan's soda water is the best
n the cltj Try It. No. 152 Commer
cial avenue, botweon Ninth and Tenth
treat.
Cans! OanbI (anh 1-O.uarts, onedol
lar por dozen ; halt gHon, ono fifty
per dozen j mado of Vest material and
grooved seams; at Umdorson's, 100 Com
mercial Avonuo. 62-8-8-1 m
For Balk. 200 uor.oii,nB quart lrult
cans at 1 per dozon j half Uon CM1, Bt
$1 60 por dozon, all of goot tn
groovod seams, manufactured ant for ,,
by A. Halloy, IBS Warhington tv.nuo,
near Tonlh street. W-7-17-lm '
Skalxd PitorouALt. Jjcoled proposals
will bo rccolvcd by the underalgnod until
Monday, Auguat 24tb, for tho building of
n brick resldenco on Fifteenth Wot, be
tween Codar and Locust. Flana and
specifications can be examinod at th
olllco of Green & Wood, 03 Ohio Lgvue
08-8-18-Ct John Wood.
Tub narber snop is on ne cornor ot
Eighth atreet and Commercial avenue
whore (Jnorue Btionhoua.) with hla gon-
h1SuVl,o'r,'tho,!?Unl' can bu f0UDd at Rny
your reollnga wfthn,'h, Tativ 10 ,oolbo
your .temper and head?.0.th ,1"lTC' orLco1
poo. It Is a flrstla...h'opg0.od 'ham
sure or receiving flrst-clat. trot!'?
. uuu vuimruu UBir qui 0f
curled
rtertbe moat approved ttv
a-lct
Wasiunoton Uakkiiy. Mr. .loejj
Ronokor has taken chargo of this woli
known establishment, and will, on and
alter to-day, bo ablo to supply tho
public ;wlth choico broad, Including
Boston, Brown and Graham broad, besides
cakes and confoctionarles or ovcry de
scription. Being an exporioncod and
sklirul baker, Mr. Ronokor will not rail to
satisry all who putronlzo him. 140
(Yathingten Avenuo. 3fl.7-2.lm
Delta Cioam. Mr. T. E. Sullivan.
uruggist m Uomsaerelal avenuo. Im.
somalhlns; new In the way of clgArs. Ho
Is now selling a brAnd of his. own callod
the Delta, put up In handsome packages,
made or the very boat tobacco, and sold
for ivk centa each. Those who smoko
them will Agree with us in saying that
thy are farAupsrlor to most of the ten.
cent cigars sold lo this market. Try tho
Delta cigar. i-24-im
..nr. wAueaoiiMfiCiiA.yo uads one
of Its most insidious And dangorous f ool
n tno many so-called " tonics " and " an-
petizors.l' wade of obeap whltky nnd re-
iuso liquors, llnltbed up to suit depraved
appetites under tho name of modlcino.
UK. Walker's California Vineoar
Bitters Ate none of tbssu. Thoy aro not
beverago, but are a genuine medicine,
purely yegetablo, prepared from Call.
rornla herbs by a regular phyaioian. For
all diseasos of tho stomaou, livor, kidneys.
bladder, akin and blood, thoy Aro an in
fallible And unrivAled remedy.
1 5-d And w4w
1.. ..
i:nui.ius to Ills 1'ATBONH, AND THE
General Puhlio, Grbktinu. I vory
reapectfully aollcit a continuAnco of the
lavora or toy patrons and Invito the pat-
ronage or tbo public, but I with old
nstpnn. ,1 . .. . .... ..
r-..VH. aim ii.uiiuui JlbrUUS lUUlSlinCllV
understand that I work for money anu
not uecauso of a phlUntbropIo del re to
shoo and boot tn falln- mn mi,k
money And without price, And thAt, thoro
- - vii tittjiuvMt
rore, u any old patron or new natron.
desiring abocti or boots, has not tbo pocu-
niary anility to pAy lor the work ordered
when done, be is requested to past on to
some pther AlfOAinAker. I, want no old
patrons or new patrons who will not pay
Thou who are willing to pAy will fled it
to their Interest to pAtronize me, becAuse
I keep op. bAnd the best of stock, do th.
boat of ,'wprk, pWo tbo best of fits and
work for tbo lowest of prices.
Iwentleth'BtrMt, between Foni.B
Waahiugton Avenue.
Private Boakdino. Mrs. . W. Car
tnlobnol having taken the largo house a
tho cornor of Sixth etroot nnd Washing
ton nvonuo, is propared to
furnlih prlvnto boardini; to a
llmltod number of either Indies and gen
tlemen, or to gentlomcn nnd their wivoi.
Tho houio Is vory pleasantly locatod nr.d
convenient to tho business pattot thuclty.
Tho rooms aro large, airy and well
lighted. For further information Inquirn
t the linuse.
TKUSTIXS HAI.K.
WIhtkij. on llio 'Jillulav of .Iniuiarv.lSTI.
llstli lllv mid urnli lily, Ills wife, did cx-
cciito and on the Mill iIjv of January, lb. I,
did iH'Lmjwk'ilru ami ikliYer to tbu inider-
siljnoii, nu ir ci'ilniu motigagi! uceu, ami uia
thurib) Lur(Min, ell, reieiito mid convey
ui Ih i ilci-k'ufil the following domibol
lot ni i,.iiudin Mid city of .:lro, county
of All' .uiiliT and stale of HUnoU. to-wlt.
lot iiiiiulicri'il tMinty.iiln (iil'), In block
iimnliiii'd li.rty.lniirili). togctner Willi nil
tin- pl'itllpgiis and utitiuitcimiiccx In thn
cnuio belonging or rppnrtliiln, nnd illil
tlii-reby relcum mill witlo ull "iIsIiIh nnd
privilege under aad by Iniio ot the home
stead exemption law of the state ol II iuol
to i.cctiro the payment ot two noto. cuel
for tint Mini of cighty-ono tlolbr, I nring
evondato with vulu mnttgag- mid oncli n;iy-
tbln to tho order of Zailwrlah 1). Matiium
in thirty days at.il nine iiunitlisalter date, re
micetlvclv vltli ten pit cent. Intercif.
And whereas, snld morlg.igc pn vide that
in case ni iieiauit in tnu pajiui'iitol elllic
of nald notes or any part tiii r -of. tin- wliol
sum i-ii scciirol s-lmll nt'.llio option ol the
undcrioglicil liciomo i:u nr.d ptynuli
ami the said nmrtiraipd rrntnitc
may hu ftuld In llio iiitiincr, unit upon giving
notli'i! as in j-alil mnr'gngo rpeclllcd, nini
whereas, default hag been mado lor more
than ten uiy, In the pnyiiitnt of u portion
ofnald mm so sccircd. now theretoio, by
tirllle of the power in i-alit
inoi't.iagu i'iiialiieil, I will
tho 7th ilav or N-ntcinlxT. nt Ih
hour oruo'c orl., p. in., nt llio front door of
tho court houj-e,ln t.ild City or Cairo, cojnty
or Alexander mid state ol Illinois, oiler for
sale nl public vcniiue, to llio lilglic.t lilddi'
fofvaub, lot iillinl ered twcnl y-nliie I2''l I
Mock mliiihered forty-lour HI)
hcreloforo di-i-rlliiil. and illl
executo ami deliver to tho pur
ciia.er aciecu inereioto. iLiien August sun
IS7I. .AciiAimii I). .Mauhhs.
Samuel P. Wheeler, Mortgagee
-All- lui jiungsgcr.
Prospectus for 1874 M.VKXTII YEAR
THE ALDINE.
An llliitlratcd Monthly Journal, universally
uuniiiiuu io no mo uanueoniesi period
leal In the World. A representative
and clianiplon of American ta-br .
Nut foii Sale in Jook oi. Ikwb Stork
Tho Aldlne, while hsucd with all tho rcg
iiiaiii , iiaa none oi mo icnipornry or llino
ly lutcreit elmracterl'tle of onllnarv t ori
odicaN. Itli.ni eleLMiit iiil.reliinv nl niiro
light und graceluljlterature ; and a collco
uuii ui inciurcr, mo raresi specimen or nr.
tUtlo skill, In black nnd white. Although
each tiucceeillng number allorii a fesli
plcaiuro to ItH frlcndi", the real vnllio nnd
beauty of 'i'he Aldlne will be moi-t nnnracl.
ntcd alter It has been bound up at the clorc
oi moycar. v line oilier publication imr
nl.lm ...rln r ..l.i.nn.in.u . .......... .. . , .
.. ..M .". . lll.,M,IIVPr. tta I7-Jllllili un TIll,
rlvaln of a similar c.la", tbo Aldino is all un
que and original conception alonu and un
approaeiicd absolutely without concept1
ln prleo or character.
ART DEPARTMENT. 187t.'
The lllutrattou ol tho Aldlne lav w
a world.wlde reputation, and in th art ein,
tres ol Luropo it In an ndinltted fact that
lis wooii cuih aro examples or llio Mgiio
pcrioction ever atuinud. Tho commoi
liiejudleo in ravorj' "stnel plauw," Is rap
illy yielding to a -. ledUcatcd and (lit
V minaimg tasio wnicu rceognlzci. tho a.l
rilfllnlli
rpeeiai umgus appropriate to tbu Minson
by our bo urtltt-i. ami win ura. in at
iiuciions any 01 119 iruueccori,
PREMIUMS FOK IB71
I.Tcry K-iLwriticr to the AMine tor oh
V. 1 ,V'H receive a jalr ufchromld
rao original picture were painted in oil
Ui. publisher- of tho Aldino, by Thorn
MOi-tn, whose great olorado pictures and
liUiui .ri b ?9nr!S3 for ten thouand
doiia'K. ii,t subJcctH wcro cho.en to rep
rcsom ten thousand doilam. Tho Miblccls
"Ihe Wett." ()r. I 1 view In the White
MoimU ns m,w iilnp.Mr4. ,nu ,er
PirSir1 ' if" of (,r01'" rlV(-;r' "'yoinlng
tne orgliiala.1 P,,rBll' B "Ect 'ao-'nillet. ol
(iKNTi.KsiE.v-t 'l.r.Y",;:.u.., ....... ....
VilS'J'1 They,":
cau, TiiT... : ...T- .... . . i.nr' unvi Amerl
ccs,, wfiu': "f'rV: American pro
v. a.f aa wi
an AinfHi'ft
,n iialntoi1, a.,icI,ea jcunery by
tho llrst Hici'-'lPPte1 10 f"1"
n-riling li, flirt tit- a.tt..t-ei
Art Journal. If mi l,i.ti.,Ml
mtriean
this, thoy will certainly pwicc'l"1'
no foreign production can li0jrHn '"ie't
I inr irn 1 iAr mm .1.. l"rt. UOU ll.l.
ncVulikr fycllltle'. of produetf
tho publishers only a trlile, whllo JLc,L L
every respect toother clnuinoa that nrl
ngly lor doubls tho rubtcrlption price 0
H any subscriber fhniiLI imli.in .
S,rn!lCS ("i;.a.flKUr.. ""'J"?1. tho pabli.fici!
Will Send ' I hoilllitu nl I Iriinn". ....... ...
'"m1.1 r'.bri?mo' M?20 I.neheH "Presenting
betray the loiiginL's of his heart. " Ju
$6 por annum, in advanco, with Oil Chro-
mos 1'roo.
ror au cents extra, tho enromos
mounted, varnished, and nrenald bu mn'
The Aldme will, hcrcalter, bo obtainable
only by subscrlnt on. Thern ulli .,. .....
diieod or club rate j cash lor subscriptions
Fn nut Kn t n a I . . . 11. 1 1 , .
.tm in uiu imuiisiicra uireet, or
liandnd to tho local r.aiivui.ei-. witimn.
I'uiiBiuuuy iu ins puoiHiiern, except In
ciwoii whero the ccrtulcato is given, bearing
tho faelmllaslgtiattiro ol Jimieii Sutton ,s (:?
. CANVASSERS WAMEII,
juy iiiTxoii wiMH ig to net nmian..ti,ii.
as u Innnl i.ihv.L.iii 1 11 .....t.... .
and
r.ur.i.unu,u.iii uy uiiiulllg 10
tir.ini,,, I r. I, ..... I... I... I.....' 1
. A II fin OUTTON IV iJn.. 1'lllilli.tm.u
5H Aliifilun Lfiiio Now Yo'rl.
FITS 0 Ull ED P R.E h).
Any iicr.on Hiaerlng from tlm nboyn' ill,
isu li rcoiicsteit tn mlili'i... In. ihii.,1 1
a trial boiUo 0 inedlclno will. ho' fonvaided
by express, rilEGI
Dr. I'rieolxa iiilmiIih- niiv.i..i
made the treatinont 01
FITS OREPILEP.SV
I "I 1 ... . r f 'I
L'W 0, of'.retr ' nt n
. io send to bliu lur trial liotllu:
I costs nothing, and ho
W I L 1. t)tr j; .voii,
iioiuaitor of how loug.dtandliig.ypur caso
PAy icl,"r, llmv ,l,a"' otllu' rcniodles may
havo lulled, 1
i.i.iii,ii uun lusiiiuuiuai!, teal Willi
FREE TltlAlJIOTTLE.
AifdlohS
' DIC, (WAS, T. PRICK.
Pd-u-aa-d&wly
$25
A DAY CUArJAUTarrM
iooVa". fEy- AUQER AND
IP.HJ.t-L I. (ood t.rrllorr. uidstkiS
iJUniUUNIALU FROM UOVKKnni
Of IOWA. ARKAKH. B. u,T;.rfSfta
CatiicwMtiw. W.oius.LTuI'j
l'tt'h with greater facility of production.
, ne 'nartcrly tinted p'.ntctifor lb.-t willbe
""".-"orati and .1. 1). Woodwtrd.
lllO Chrf.tniM. 1.411.) Inr 1.7 nlll i
iiAMxri
aitST NATIONAL J3ANK
OF CAIRO
II. W. MILLER, President, M
J. M. 1'1111.1,11'H, Vice fiesldent,
CHAM. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANGE, coin, hank notes 1 id United
Sl:lci reciiiitlua bought and sold.
iuterpst nlloivril on tlini- depoiltH.
THE CITY NATIONAL
BANK.
CAIRO, ILLINOIO.
CAPITAL,
8100,000
omcEiiM.
W. 1. IIAL1.IDAY. PrcMdentj
HENRY L. II At. 1, IDA Y, Vice l'resldcst.
A. 11. HAFKOIII), Cnl,ier;
WALTER HYrJLOP, AsMstnnt Cashier.
'. DIUKUTORS.
STAATaTaTIII, 11.11. CUNNI.VdIIAM
II. I.. liAt.l.lllAY, W. P. llALI.IIIA V.
(I. I). Williamson, Stkpukn liiitn,
A. 11. Hakkoiid.
Exehuiitcc, Coin nuil Uulliil . SIhIch
Bonds nought und Sold.
DEPOSITS teecif-d;ainl a general baukliig
hu-lncK done.
KNTKiU'KISK SAVINOS HANK
C'llARTKKKD MARCH 111, 1H0.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
orriuxiu) :
A. II. HAXHMtl). President;
H. H. TAYLOR, vlee-President;
II. IIYSLOP, secretary and Treasurer.
BIRICTOKS I
P. M. Barclay, CiiAS.GALiaiiKii,
1". M. 810UKFLXTH, Paul (). iciiLu,
It. II. CUNNINOIIAM. II. L. llALLHiAV,
J. M. I'lliLi.us.
INTEREST paid on iIbikhIIh at the rate
ol siv per cent, per nnnum, March IsLaud
September 1st. Interest mil wlthdrHUii W
added immediately to the principal or the
deposit', thereby giving them compound
lnicreit.
UAHRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DXl'OSIT tfONXT AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DRAW IT.
Open every business day from 0 a. in. to 3
p. ui., and .Sut&.day evenings tor ravings de
posit only, Irom O to 8 o'clock.
W. HYSLOF. Treasurer.
R. SMYTH & CO.
WHOLESALE
LIQUOR J) KALE Its
No. (JO Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
R. JONES
Boot & Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue,
nctweco Tenth and Eleventh Streets, '
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
HuVi'i, iiL1' 10 1111 orJcrH v.lttotit delay,
ban Hi,tr;-i.,,.,''ck of Imrcrttd leather on
u? down fhcVitM 'rom wnerk, and ha.
1 J n '""Hem to tvn Inweni n.il..h.
8-t 2m
B. F. rRKER,
(Successor to Pali,, ,t Jflnko,)
Dcalerln
PAINTS & OILS
VAItNISIUiS,
BItUSHKS,
WALL PA'Elt,
WINDOW CLASS,
:r;:.
WINDOW SIIA)KS
And llio celebrated llluniinalliig
AURORA OIL:
Rross' Building, 11th St. Si Oomoroli! Av
CAIRO, ILLS.
GOFFIKS
AT WH.COX'd BI.OOh'i'Qit SI.OO
4a-f.(i-tr
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