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NEWS 0? THE CI7V,
Chnscd, seiil and ornnmcnlnl rings of
crery pattern are iliade to otter ly
The delinquent ux lit of Alexander
County, will nppoar In tl dully mid
wwBfttKiy,oft!iolWli Inst. It I
tho largest list, Mid will triko tho render
i tli6ttirlnlotl, ever putli'lied In the
Cuoick Kimlly Flour, In bnrrels, li.ilf
barrel, and quarter onrrel sacks; alio
Oralum Flour, In Wrel, lintf Imrrels mid
imiill sack', for fnmlly ne nt tlio Kgyirtlmi
Mill, t lowet cush prices. ti)12tf
Fifty laborers can find fix tnontli' em
ployment, In tho neighboring town of
Hlelmnn, ntono dollar and shtjMlve ccnti
per day. Boarding enn bu obtained nt S3
(,f Si per week. Apply to Mr. .!. Hltig
The colored pooplcof Cairo will hold n
picnic next Thursdiiy. They will probali
ly charter a boat and go to Caledonia.
Tho colored Sunday School ami other or
ganisation among that cln of citizens
are expected to participate.
Just received nt V. 'eir, -Vo. TP, ofilo
Levee, a splendid lot of prlng CVsImores,
Coating and Voting', which will bo made,
up In tho most fu'hlonablo styles, and nt
price to lult tho tittie, n perfect lit gunr
antocd or no silo. If
IVc titxlcrttntid that the Odd Fellow,
of this city, hfivo accepted an Invitation to
attend the corner-stone ceremonies In Car
bondalc, next Ttiesdny, and will attend in
a body. Tho Indication aro that thcro
will be a very large turn-out from Cairo.
The door yard of Cairo, filled with
choice selections of cnrcrfully cultivated
flower Mid shrubs speak volumes In
praise of the good taste of our towns-women,
Thty, nnd not tho Horner sex, are
entitled to the credit fur this pleasing fea
t iro of our city.
Coot, nlry and splondldly ventllntcd
rooms, can be bad nt tho Saint Clmrles,
with board, during tho bot summer tncntlx,
nt rery low jirUei. Famlllei can bo ac
comodated during the nliovo period, with
ourinoit deolrnblo rooms, nt ahrgtdtdntt
ion from regular rate. dtf
Tho sipowatvr bus disappeared, leav
ing u a very few If tiny dlsagrovnblo re
mlndcri of its visit. Tho crop of cruw
(Mi, revealed by tho receding water, is not
half a largo as it wos last year, which leads
ut to bopo that that race of criiftaceou
well-digger aro In tho 'cm.rio of ultlmato
J. Geo. Stelnhou'u formorly of llin SI.
Charles Hotel, bus opened h burlier shop
on the corner of Klghth street and Com
rnerclal avenue, (l'erry llouxc) mid with
skillful nislstauU is prepared to execute all
buiinesi Incident to tho prolWslon In the
most scicntltla manner, nnd to thn full Mil
'faction of bin cu'tomer. uplL'Jdlm
1)111 llodney, who has lived In .Mis
itiippi county about forty year, ay
thero will br a greater acreage of corn
planted In that county this year than ever
Wore; that tho wheat crop looks splen
didly, that new settler tiro coming in
rapidly, and that tho inquiry for lamU is
unusually active. There is not, by the
way, a finer agricultural region
In tho United States, than that embraced
within thn limits of lUtsltjii county
and It Is all, if we will b'avu it ro, tribu
tary to Cairo.
Our friend, dohu (iockel, has ettab
liilied a neat and well-supplied saloon
audeatlng-houiooii the I.evee near Fourth
street, to which we cheerfully direct at
tention. Everything It kept in "apple
pie" order, und (Soekel is always person
ally present to extend nil due courtesy
and attention. The friends who sampled
tho bottle of whliky ho sent to the Bul
letin ofllce, pronounced It hu A. Ko
article, pure, old, and excellent, with not
it single houdacbe in a whole barrel of it.
Oockel bat plenty more of tho same sort,
olfunyofour reader, feci liko taking
a drop now and then, they should call on
III in Hnu gei uio uoi.
M il ULMlTICIU .
Illinois Centritl ItAifrotil Company, 1
Ohio, Ms) II, lf,ti.
All person wishing to attend thu 'lay
ing of tho corner stone"' of tho Normal
University at Curbondalu, on JlayJilh
will plcaso take notico that excursion
ticket will bo furnished at S3 IS for tho
round trip. Sale of tickets will rommenco
for tbo evening train of .May 16th, and dis
continue on departure of the special
train on tho morning of May 17th.
Tickets will bo good until 31ay ltihlnclu
cluilvo. I would suggest that in order to
facilitate tbo moving of t"io special train
promptly, that as many as can do so, pur
chute their tickets at tho ollico on the
evening of tbo lGtli. The train will leave
passenger depot at 7 SO a. in. dlt
JAMKS JOHKSO.V, Agent.
THE T. MC IIOUN Jlim.I. A.NU JU.SVAl 1UNT.
1 1 This popular and eligibly located house
of public entertainment i now fitted and
furulibed throughout in good stylo; and,
under the management of Messrs. Walker
it Sllttoti, it doing n largo and thriving
business. It is kept upon tho Kuropcan
plan the guest culling for what ho want
nd when be wants It, whether in tbo day
, or night tirnp, and paying only for what
be order. The roguit are largo und clean,
furnished with the best of bed and bed
ding, while all other feature of tbo t--Ubllsbmeut
aro arranged with an e.peclal
tyo to the comfort and convenience of tho
Use Under" Chill Cure "It .ever
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Tilt: roHtxn tuii.ito.tii ki.ectio.x.
Only about two weeks interveno between
the present tlmo and tho day fixed for the
voto on the proposition to subscribe, $100,
000 in aid of tho Junction railroad project.
What are tho friends of tho proposition
doing? That tho propositi n will bo de
cided nlllrmatlvoly in nlmost any conting
ency, Is confidently counted upon ; but
this consideration should not beget inaction
and Indifference. Thero should bo a largo
and overwhelming nfllrmntivo vote. Tho
subscription should have tho prestige or
moral force of nn Indorsement by nn un
questionable majority of nil tho voter of
tho city. There should n full expression
of tho popular will on tho subject; but
thU object will ccrtninly not bo nttalncd
utile" tho friends of the project, from this
time forth bestir themselves. Thero
should be it.' wo hnvo already suggested, a
matt meeting. Speakers Informed
nt to tbo certain results
of tho road upon tho business Interests
of tho city, should address tho people.
What the terminus of tho Mobllo and Ohio
railroad docs for tho town of Columbus
(and tho vitality of that town Is drawn
from that source) tho Junction railroad
will do for Cairo. Contemplate that ro
sult, nnd tbo furthor fact that tho con
struction of tho road will open up through
Cairo tbo best nnd shortest lino of trade
mid travel betweon tbo great Southwost nnd
Northeast that ran possibly bo provided,
nnd tbo $100,000, which tho company ask
that tho next generation shall pay to them,
sinks into utter Insignificance.
Those who nro frightened by tho bug-bear
of taxes, should remouibcr that no taxes
will bo imposed until tho road is in run
ning order. If its operation docs not add
tho amount of tho taxes, And ten times tho
mount to tho profits of every man's busi
ness, nnd tho valuo of avory man's
property In tho city, It- will
then bo tlmo to carp and growl about tho
"tuxes," nnd not until then. If tho road
requires one dollar at our hands in tho way
of taxes, nnd provides us with ten dollars
with which to pay It, no ono certainly will
bo the sufferer. If it docs less than that, It
will fall short of tho expectations of those
who aro licst Informed a to tho purposes It
Is Intended to serve, tho Iniportnnt connec
tions It will complete and tho character of
tho country frojn which it will cnnblo us
to levy rich tribute.
Thu tlmo has arrived when wo must do
something. If wo venturo nothing, wo
shall gain nothing. Itival Interests arc ut
work, and thero is no prico they would not
pay for tbo very railroad connection wo
shall be nblo to perfect for 100,000 of our
corporation bonds, l'aducah to-day would
voto $1,000,000, if thereby sho could sccuro
u complcto and popular northeast And
south west railway such as is placed within
our reach, for ti paltry $100,000 in our
I'proinlfeM in jn.y.'' Whlto, therefore, tho
spirit of enterprito and liberality is so ram
pant in our neighbor, while they are con
tending for the tnnio prize that is placed
within easy reach of Cairo, wo must not
be Idlo nor Indifferent. Tho prize placed
within-our reach Is richly worth contend
ing for. Let us sccuro It, nnd profit by It,
while wo may.
tiii: i;iti:iT si-iiixu iikmkiiv.
In the mrliiL of tho year, nature de
mand nn iiMbtant in driving out tho mor
blfic subttancu collected In tlio Mood,
u-lileli It turn to I'i'iieriito bilious com
plaint nnd derange tho cntlro human sys
tem. Tlio oulr remedy aileouaieiy enec-
iunt in cases ot this churaeter 1 Mlthlor'
Herb Bitter, which thoroughly purifies
tho blood, corrects all tho lrregulurltle of
tho system, re-lnvlgorates tliogeneriii con
it it nt Ion . nml nroduce perfect health nnd
ifood so r tt wlicro now is Kcnerui ueuiiiiy,
nervousness, etc. For all dUoase iirMng
from impurities or tlio ulooil, .Misnier
Herb Bluer I pronounced by tho highest
medical authorities tho most certain,
sneedv. and nirrceablo remedy extant.
Thousand have tested Its elllcncy, and de
clare it U the greatest itssltlaul oi nature
In bor conflict with disease, that the light
of seleiieo ba over brouulit to our knowl
edtfo. Sold bv all druggist and dealer
Dr.fi. B. Hartman ii Co., Proprietor,
Lancaster, l'n. moeo-uwitw.
Tho well droed ttrangor who got ob
liviously drunk night before last, nnd
made n foolish ditplay of tho largo sum of
money about bit person, may thank bit
stars that the honesty of tho people of Cairo,
llkotho virtnoof Ceiuar' wife, I above
suspicion. That bo doe not recollect ex
hibitlug in public places, threo thousand
dollars In greenback, that he doe not rcc-
olect tho commission of an net of public
I n decency, that lioawokofrom ndeep slum
bor In tlio calabooie, wondering where ho
was and how ho camo thcro, prove that bo
was Intensely drunk; nnd that, had he fal
leu among thieves, ho would have been re
lieved of his lust dollar, and furuUhed it
receipt in tho shapo of n cracked skull.
This highly Imprudent man was escort'
ed to the ofllce of 'squlro Shanuessy, yester
day, and plead guilty to thn charge of
drunkciiuets, and was lined $J nnd t'octi
Ho wus not conscious of any further viola.
Hon of law, and wa not a little surprised
u hen it was clearly provatbat ho had
committed un act of grots indecency. For
this offenso hu wus fined $5 und tho trim,
ming. Faying the iovcral uinouiits thus
charged to hi account, ho left tho ofllce,
considerably mortified by the reflection
that even among (trungor he had mado a
"beiu-t" of himself.
( ilffl OK T JUNKS.
In uccorduuco with a resolution pasted
by tho Young .Won' Dramatic Association,
tho thanks of tho Association are respect
fully tendered the Cairo Silver Cornet
Band for kindness in giving their services
but WcdiM-Nlay evening.
O.S. DKLAY, lWt.
The Cairo Bulletin, Mlay 13.
AS IHI'OltTANT HIST.
At lenstii portion of our citizens under
stand the value of printing ink, They
know that if thoy have a house, lot, or
farm for salo or rent, they enn glvo tho
fact tho widest possible publicity by ad
vertising. Tho well displayed advertising
columns of tho Bullktix nro ulwnys rend.
Thoy ore possessed of more or lens lnterel
to all, and local readers search out the new
advertisements before reading any other
part of tho paper. No money U so sure
to bring Inrgo returns as that invested in
advertising. This has beon demonstrated
a hundred times by tbo shrewd and enter
prising business men of Cairo bv busl-
ness men everywhere.
Look nt tho princely fortunes of patent
medicine men. Tho great agency ued In
their aequMtlon was Judicious nml contunt
advertising. A single additional bidder
on ono urticlo will pay all costs to adver
tlso a sale of porsonal property. I it not
strange then that any man should fall to
benefit himself so largely by tho outlay of
a fow dollars? Our frionds not onlv in
Cnlro, but throughout the country should
reflect nnd ponder over these truths;' they
nro sound nnd practical. Try thu experi
ment, nnd our word for it, you will bo
benefited ns well us tbo printer.
Tho advertising rates of tho Bullkti.v
Aro so low, that no business man can bcti
Into nlioiitnvnillng himself of the usoof Its
columns on account of tho expcne. Tho
cost is really trifling.
ciit'iti'i! or tiik m:iiKKMi:n.
Tho adoption, by tho Church of tho Re
deemer, of tbo envelope system It Intended
toobviato tbo objections urged by some to
tho renting of powx.
Instead of u fixed price for each pw u
pledgo It given for tho payment of u week
ly sum (which 1 a voluntary offering) nnd
n pew or sitting in u pow Is assigned each
family or Individual.
Many persons heretofore have deprived
themselves of tho pleasure of .attending
service feeling it not entirely right to oc
cupy n scat in tlio church without paying,
while they ronlly wero not nblo to pny for
Tills system entirely does nway with
this objection, for tho perron who feels able
to mako a small weekly donation will have
n seat assigned them ns cheerfully ns If
they felt nblo to make tho donation large.
All persons coming to church regularly
or transiently (whether they itiuko u
pledgo or not) may fool suro of being seat
ed with, plcasuro nnd without Inconven
ience to tho regular attendants. .it.
Kr:STI'CKI'NI,ATXT AMI IltCST.
Whatever emanates from till uld com
monwealth we nro wont to look upon us
tho real "Simon pure'' nnd genuine arti
cle of tho class represented. In fact, wo
may say with emphasis, that Kentucky it
not ii healthy soil for tho growth of hum
bug. Tho best thing now offered to our
citizen from tlilt Stato is the "Great Hen
derson Co, 1'rlr.o Scheme," and wo believe
thoy will show their wiidom by Investing
freely in tickets. Bead tbo Advertisement
found in another column of our tumor chw
ly, nnd lnvettigato the wbolo thoroughly,
nnd lenru how completely tho facts bear
out tho statement. Tho F.ditor of this pa
lter will taku pleatiiro in ordering tickets
for such of hit friends as may wish It.
O. N. Jones, tho Grand Serlbo of tho
Sons of Temperance of Illinois, and .Mr,
M. 11. l'ogson,of Kiigland, will addrets the
temperanco organizations und Young
Men's Christian Association, of thU city.
on tho uject of temperance tho tlrt
lecture to budellvercd In the Atheneum
on Saturday evening, tho 14th hut., ami
the second lecture in tho M. K. Church, on
Sunday, evening tbo 10th in-t. Every
body i Invited, Sent free.
Mr. June i well known n one of the
bot teinperunco lecturersof Illinois. Per
son who hnvo heiiad Mr. l'ogon pro-
liouuco him the equal of the renowned
John B. (Sough a mint eloquent, effective
and fttlrrlng orator, who perfectly cnthu.c
every community ho addroitc. Mr, 1',
recently delivered a lecture in Carbondalo,
und the citizens of that town declare that
ho ha no superior. Thev wero delighted
and commend him in tho warmest mid
most enthusiastic terms to the people of
Cairo. A ltrt-cluii lecturer rarely vMt
our city, It may reasonably ho expected
that .Mr. 1'. will call out nil overflowing
houie. Bemembcr the time and plac;,
1101 VI-: lll .M.ltV AMI TlllllsTt I
Kiihw yo that at tlio Kgyptiau Brewery
SaliKin, corner of Tenth street and Wash
litgton avenue, can bo found, in their
greatest purity, Wol Beer, Seltcr, KImii
gen and Sodu Water, tlio real, genuiiio A
No. 1 Lager Beer und ines, Liquor
Cold or hot meal et to order. "Come
listen to tho mocking bird I1'
May 0,1870. dim
A meeting of the citizens generally will
bo held in tho vacant storo room adjoining
tho ollico of Col. Beiirdeu, in Winter
block, on Friday uvenlng, .May 13th, 1870,
for tho purpose of making arrangement
for decorating tho Soldier grave in
Mound City Cemetery.
All pcron who desire to pay tributary
uonor loouriuiien uoroetirorcqucitM to
oo present at tins meeting. -it.
lions i'uous s
All person owning or harboring dog
or slut are hereby notified that the taxes
duo upon them must bo paid on or before
tho first day In Juno 1870, After that
time all dogs or slut, upon which tho
taxes have not been paid, will bo slaughter
ed. Cull uon the city Murshul, then nnd
liquidate Ofllce in Bros' building.
M. B AM BRICK. City Marshal,
SECOND ANNUAL TOBACCO
CAMIIIH.'ttlU.ttN,SI,(IOO IN (JOI.I)!
Tho advertisement of the Planters'
Tobacco Wnrchou'O company will not
fall to command tho attention of our
It will bo seen that the company will
hold their second annual fair on thu 9th
dny of Juno next, on which occasion they
will distribute, nt premiums, O.nk tiiouh-
ANI) DOLLAIl" I.V00I.I).
This llborallly on tho part of the com
pnny will riot bo lott on tho
planters of tho country, who,
knowing the gentlemen "compodng tho
company, know tho prcmiuiiH are flown
fide, and will be honestly and fairly
Tho success that hat attended tho trims
actions of the company hat no pnrrnllel
In tho history of western tobacco market",
and points to tho no very distant period
when Cairo will bo the lurgct, nt It is al
ready tho bent market nccetlblo to tbo
plantors of tbo South wit. Bead the ad
TllllllirtllMCSt KSlOXIIKTIIK C'AIIIO Hlllll
SCHOOL MTKIIA YV SIKJKTV, ATTIIK IIKIII
MIIOOL-ftOOJI THIS KVKM.MI.
Music (Instrumental) Ada Hnlliday.
Discussion : '-Should military education
bo encouraged?'' Desputatits, Williiim
McGco nnd Henry Vincent
Music (Instrumental) F.va Ventres.
Ktsay Molllo Blcly.
Becitatioii Knto Ilarrell.
MikIo (Instrumental) IcmIp I'hillk
F.osny.. Itebln t'owcr.
Song Clara Ilarrell
Address Hon, John Doiignlerty.
Music IcmIo l'hlllk
KxercUe will begin at 7 o'clcck. Tho
public aro Invited,
NICK HACKKU I'reVl.
St. MchoUl Hotel, !,iy 12, ISM.
Albert Hnitstnali, St. Louis; M. Coffee,
Ky; II. S. Chetter, Mound City; M. C.
Cumpliell, .Marlon III; D. June, Cali
fornia; II. Fihcr, ('olconila.il I ; '.. Bohltt
son, lllandvlllo Ky; K, Farley, l'aducah;
M. Hodge, 111; Melton Bird, Mo; Augut
Deyenhaul, Mo; Ja. Clemton, 111; L.
Weiklli; Cincinnati Ohio; II. II. Heaven
port 111; S. McCIue, .lonctboro; O. It.
Phelps l-' tali.
Il.UTM: SATI'lllUV MI1IIT.
1'nrtlcs holding shares in tlio shot gun
put up for rullle nt tho Magnolia Saloon
nro notified that the chances nre nil Inkcn,
nnd that tho radio will come oil' Saturday
night, tho l itis Intt., commencing at
o'clock. All persons interetted and every
body c1c are Invited to attend. -l'.
MI'MC HOOK l.llsT.
The lib Baritone iiiihIc book of the
Cairo Silver Corm-t band, was lott while
returning from tlio recent picnic nt Fort
The finder will bo suitably rewarded bv
leaving tho sumo ut tbuluKikitoro of II. A,
llaiiuoii, Commercial avenue, St
cot t a if i: run hem.
The comfortable nnd well arranged Cot
tage, on thocornerof Winhlngtoii avenue
and Division street, will be runted to n
good tenant on reiioiiablo terms. Two
lots, good li'tern, outhoile, all complete.
Apply in T.O CALLAHAN, moot
SJ 1 1 ul e, .Vtniiit
Arksnii, Atk Itiver,
fl U'tN, ii
(My of I' tlio, ill,
Arlluir, M IxiitUi
Hi HKI Tiiii-r. do;
Ii Waif. I.n-i ;
H.in Ali)), i.'eliilnliti'i
bj lUle, IMn;
l xlr,. II;
i.'ity ul Cairo, .Mi nirln.i
Tito weather is again clear and ph-toaut
after several days quite tlio reverie, and
wo nro pleated to note that the Indication
are favorable, lorn continuance.
The river hu- fallen eight inches sinew
Tho .Ml.iltnlpp! continue, fulling stead
ily ut St. LouU.
Tho Idlewild brought out W) flour bar
rel for Fulton & Son, Culro, :iu pkg for
1. U It, it., 303 bags wheat for reahlpment
to St. Luul, 'JObulet buy, W Mil whisky
auda few ton. sundries fur rcthipmciit
Thu Tyrone returned hut evening to
Ntithvillo with a fine trip received
Tho Arthur ilfechurgcd hero 100 bbl
white sand for Nalivllle, 80 pkg grocer
ies for various poiiilt,
Tho .Marblo City discharged f b.ilct
cotton and 100 hide, at this city,
Tlio Ohio rivor telegraph hii been ex
tended wettwnrd to Union town Ky, and
un ollico was erected thero yesterday. Tito
wire w 111 soon bo extended to Shu wneetowit
thenco to Golcoiidu, mid ultimately to
Tho City of Alton I the remtinr nnek-et
for Mcmplils and Vickbtirg till evening.
The Hello St. Louis is tlio regular pack
et for St. Loui to-night.
Tho Quickstep i tho regular Cairo am)
Kvniifvillo packet this evening.
The Padtic.ih puckct Milbory and l'ctro-
lia No. 1! l.'uvo dally ut -t p. in.
dipt. Chas. T. liludo i agont for tlio
t-'or Juduc uf III Hiirrmt t'ourt.
WaaroaiithurUiil to uniiouiiee that the Hon,
BID.NKV IlItEiy i: 111 be u eaadhlate for Hit ofllce
of Judge of thn Supreme Court of Illli.oln, from
the Kirat Orauil liivislon, Kleetion on Mouilay,
June fi, 170.,
1)ITltM!NAIii: OI' KUAI, E.S
TATI3. twill ncll at public Miction, nt Ihn ( mrl llone.
In Ciilro, on We'lnrJilny, .Hum 1st, 1ST", nt 11
ii clock, a in., I.i it fo. Mi, lllovk ,. s. First Al
illtlontothe in of Ciilrn, with tin- Iniproreiuent
llii'teiiii,eiiniiii lit; nt n td luiy fniiuo house
with ten rniinn, xnol eittprn Hii'l oilier ciuivn.
tile er. WpII mliiptnl to lnnlne'or resilience
piirpor, '! rnirn.li. Title porfcet.
C WlS'tfTON, Agent.
For eslnte of Maker (iordoti, ilccM.
To Work In llin City, or lllrkmnii, Ky.
Fifty latioriT" enn flml six month' einployment
la Ihpclty of lllnkmon, Kenluc-ky t 11 ' cat"
per ilny, leu lintirswnrk toeinntltiites iluy's lulmr,
llusnlln tn suit eiery iimn's tnlc. Apply to
OCULISTS A.l OPTICIANS.
nASi: AM C'3II-'OKT.
tiii: iii.rsHtMHOP I'r.itrt.trrNKiiiT
There Is iiolhliia so Tnlunl.te n I'erfeetSlttht,
mill I'rrreetMuhtrnn only be ohtnlneil ly ulnii
I'KttKFl'T SPIHT.M.'I.i:.-?! Tlieillltlclllly efl'ro.
curing which Is wrllknnwn.
Messrs. I.AZ.VlFuS A: MORRIS,'
OCULISTS AHD OPTICIANS
Matitifnctiirer of thu Cclclrrnlcil
nvinj, after year of Kiperlenee, Kperunent,
ami the erection of rostl insohllirry, Iwen ctirili
eil to proilui'iithmoiniiil Dusiili'mlinu,
Wlneli lult len sthl Tltlitinlnnlte.l sktisfaelloo
to llie wenrrrs In Miv-liil Its, lllui.lr I-lnnd, Oiti
nwtlcnl. New llmnpshlre, eminnt, .Mnlne. New
York) New lersry, fVnn'i h.mU. Ohio, Muhijirin,
Wisconsin, llllmil. Mlniies'itn, K'iin.s. Missouri,
lown. nriil nil the llntish I'mvincrs, diirin llm
imstsls'ern yenrs. Those reeirnlel I'erli-etiil
jTovcr Tiro the Kye
Anillftsl ninny yenrs withnut rhnnje. Mesr.
j.iisariift x .lorri uain iipiKiinieii
M'ATCIIMAKKIIS. .IKWKI.KIIS AM)
Ih-alera in nil kind of
American und I'orcltrii Wiilche.H,
Fln Jfwelry. IHmoni, HollJ .HiUer, Plated
Wim i also Mniiufncliirrr of Jewdry and Dm
iTSTo. 8i3 Ohio ILovoo
Pole Acrnts furllils i.l.ve, from whmn only mo
tliey I- ohlnltieil, ,Vo PKDIll.Ulb) KMI'LOTKH.
Mniif.teiirlii; Optleisns, Ilnrllnr.l, Conn,
Wo arc nowprcpnrcd
to deliver Tec (o Fam
ilies and others in all
parts of the city, at
prices that will bring
it within the reach of
all. Our facilities are
known to be such as
to enable us to do bus
iness in a business-like
.'Prompt delivery and
Li'ood treatment en-
surcd. Orders may be
left at our office, corner
Eighth Street and Ohio
Levee, or with our dri
, LOOMIS & CO.
Cairo, May 4, 1S70.
HVAUI)M:, .11. !., Cairo,
ItKMUKNCE Corner of Senlh ami
Walnut street. OFFICK On C'oinincrclul nreniii-
our the IWollieo. OFFHT. JloritS-From 1
a.m. lo U in,, (Suii'lsy exeeptwl), unit from 'J to
1 T lli:nlHi:NCI-:-No. SI, Thirteenth Mreet
between Valilnstoii Aenue ami Walnut Street.
OI'FICi; l-i) (.'oiuiiieieul Avenue, upstulrn.
C ID.VI.J,M.I. Kvh.
IliKNCK-Coruir Ninth ami Walnut 61.
OFFICK Corner fiixth Street nn.l Ohio I.evee.
OI'FICi: HOCIUS From V u.m. In l'i 111., nml
from 3 to 0 p.m.
Die. II II It it A Ul Iiavlim
openeil an olllen in rooms nter the storo
of ler. Ilnynes A rSloo, No, 121 Commercial
Avenue, begs leave to oiler his sertU-es to tho
eitlienn of Cuiro. He refers to Dr. N. 8. Da
vis, ChieiiKoj II. W. Ri)iiiunil, 11, ClilcaK!
ileal. Ktlekney, rit, I.ouin; ll.ni. Thos. KwIhk,
(ililo; K, 0, llonlh, Ks., PhllHilrlphU,
OHIO Levee, j
COMPLTI.'.NT ASSISTANTS I
"Our (IiiiiiU Our Ileal Iti lerr lire."
Have tlie largest nml eotnplelet slro k of
Ali'l uetiersl K0,"l" 1,1 their Hu ,l" f'Ultnl t"
tween ft. Louis joul Meniihls.
lo Our Prescription Department
We use none hut thn
I'CttUNT A.MSMOHT It IXIMII.i:
p A 1ST KKS' .11 ATISIt I A I.M.
A lull line of
WHIM' l.rml, Zinc, lnrl Wlillo,
Yirllltirs, Oils, I'kIiiI HrilHlir.
Sllllrsi, -r., Ac,
IN LAIIOB HTOCK,
Jimt rrcclvril Irons Ilr. Ilittnlln'si tl
ritliir', at GlileitBO,
Its incrils ns n meiliclne neeil no R'lrrrlisini( i
This nntlr-e Is only 10 Inform you that It callte
upliii lo you
ALL OF THE Iti:.STklIALITV
rpili: MALAKIA KI.VO',
For Chills and Fever.
Ih tlio iucillflno IIihI ! h all
oilier.. HAM.CLAY HIIOTH
i:itS luive UiiimI rvi'oiiiitK'iiil II.
17N,r.i: or ja.ua km
Pure and Strong.
To lit! IiimI ly tlm SiiiK Mottle
or. ul WlioU'Kult,
Standard White Oil,
in ikisi: oitor.it,
For hiiIo in iiaiititU'N, Irom
one luirrcl ami ii,urtlw, low
forniMli, at IIAIU'LAY IlltOS.
Art; luvilvil lo cxiiiniiiv our
lcerlilly invited to the
Henderson County, Kentucky,
GRAND PRIZE SCHEME
Itei ularlv ehartereil ly the. Lealslatiiri. of Ken
tueky. eiiiforeiiini r'Oiiiiticinleil dj im tv li uu.
ink imiii mi ill un r-ini. nn'i ,,ti -i,i iivr mini
proliiiiitnl eitin as. Tin sph inlel si lie'im t in.
511 PRIZES, $314,320
Coinprisini; (inn tliousniul aerrs of the richest
river bottom tiilaieu firms lu tho wealthy rmimy
of lliuilrrsnu, Keutm-ky, with oil thru Hppur
Capital Prize $150,000
SMALLEST PRIZE $80
Alsnnlioul ti,(Kln creriiKicks, the rent money
of lli.. properly for the er Isui nml l7o, to lo
ilistributi'U to ihe winners of llm the first unen
prlio. ri-speetnel), Kent lor Isii k ju per
TICKETS FIVE DOLLARS
'llm drH Int; will pntltlvely tnke pliu-e July tth,
HTO, at.MHsiinla 'leinplo, Louisville. Kentucky
HuielreiU of the host t'llirrnn, luiveulten uniiHl
1(1 i'i eertlfieiites nn.i endorteiiients of this iiihi:-
liilU'eut enlerprite. Kvery ilollur Investeil by
ticket hiililcru, In I ell in trust by Ihe coininls
sioners appoliiteil by tli Legislature, until Ihe
IruufriK liikea plaeoiimllhu prueii nre ilellvereil,
liieomiiof Iho urunerlv for tlio lutt U venri, hits
... ..I.I..I, ...A..A.IU tnl.lulnpn.1
buy at oreo of your neiirest club uKent, or remit
to either of tbo following llnaiieiiil sjitut. Mh
in iiirnisii i .in iiruj.iii,;-
JMKrt It. tAt.l.AM,i:iurillink, Pmluciih. Ky.y
II (1. THOMAS, fifth. Obs, ami Iteii'r, l.exfiilu
W. II. TYI.EIt, I'u'li. Di'iiosil Ilk, Owenibor.i, K
HKUONIN, U1XON A CO., Kvansville, luitluua.
liOOa lUOfs iismni M"'i'i
1,. II. M'.M'., t'b'r Kium'o' ll.uik, He nlersnn,Ky,
It. II. Sl.KXANHKH, Coiii'l ll.nik, LouUvilje, Ky,
in ii vi. i a vii M. I'res. IlmiK. Ilonk imv e. Kv
ECAriD and SOFT
OI' FA'KllV UKSt'ltllTION,
Lath, Shingles and Cedar Posts
I t lt .VISII KIS O.V HlUltr .OTICK.
L'OKNKK COJIMnUCIAIi AVI'.M'K
axi Tr.XTH sTuni:r,
C1IKO, ITI XOlsS.
Vho!sto nn.l llets.) ilinh r :.i
Of n'iX Doejoi-iptioiiry
Of hlelm ciner.l n.- rlment is 'wjsf.ti t.sinl.
s.l lo onlrr on sh'.rl not. e.
OrtltTM IcH wllli .1. A hit;, Ak I,
will rt!fflvo iirouipl at
riAiito I.'ITY COAL COM
A III. ritKPAUt.I'TO
IIAV AMI MHIir,
ISO TO. ..
FURNISH COALS OH ORDERS
IN ANY PART OF THE CITY.
eu-Orlor, left ul IlkllnUv lr. . it!1 ' -'.
Cool Ynl. r sent ti.rnnti li.v rxt"l' r, will
reerivr pfompl Mivniiun
i,.TI.e Mesrn Tun, Monuuk, mil lo fl,ls to
KS. LA Mi
lis. Just litrelti.l KullSliifl or
And IntlltHllie l.itiltr. in cull nml e
lists Sll'l l iniii'U l,lrnliei, prestnl mul re.
nioilele.l itri .ir'liii lii ll.i vi l)' Uleit styfi..
Noi QO To 13 tlx Stroot,
llel Ykhin(loii At nml Wnlnul Street.
jj-ISS. .11. MVAXDWS
Hi aler n
I.iUllfs' rilllllsllilltr (illOlIrl,
t'ornrr Mnlli Nlrerl.
All k'nilsof efothlnir. lor l.ilie' wear mivli' In
nnler. or remly iiimle, Also, a full sf.ortinf lit of
Mism's' Bn.l l.-elie' shoes. mclii
CIIKAIMIH Til AX TIIK C'HKAIT.ST I
IMEl'IS. O. M'CSrO
Three lloor Went or fomtiurcUl Ave,
llu, lust returneil ith n Splendid Spring
A N I)
Flint.')' CiootlH, NotioiiH, I' If.,
Which wer bought nt i ilep thut will enable her
tniimlersrll nry nil'iT lUuliT liulieeiiy. Look ut
IhoMi figure t
(lood Kid (iliivi s nl 1 00
Two I'ulrs I.tullci' Hoso fur JJ." t-tn
I.nilli'h' nml Misses Huts for 50 els
Anil every Hunt elso in propoitlou,
Tlio assortment is
Seasonable, Fasliioualilc aud Complete,
Ami perinns ileslrincto purehnsoneo I but inriilro
tlio pricos lottscerlsiii llmt belter luilBiiiui enn bo
obtmneiliiowhero In ihe country.
Jieteriiiineil to Dell tny K'u'l ' very small
P..fi i mii.i 1 1, all .'usi'M r, oui n. Ihe ca 4 hi I'lenNu
Ilo uot askforeteillt, fur I ciionnl xt ',,1IIVJKK