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CAIRO DAILT BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1873
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
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TO ST- LOUIS
10 01AHOB OF GABS
TOOK CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
' ONLY OKB OHANOK OF OARS
OH CAIRO TO .
laetaaeU, i-llanepolle, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleteleed, Niagara rH
oSalo, Pitte!,, WuhltiRtoD.
Baltlnore, Philadelphia, New Tortt.
Bottoa and all point east.
Bllwaakle, Janeevllle, . Badlson.
Lacrosse, Bt. real aad all polntt nortb.
tail It also the tolj dlmt route to
Decatur, Bloomlngton, Npnngcld,
Peoria, Unlnev, Keokuk,
BurliBftoa, Rock IiUnd, La Halle.
MendoU, Diton, Fteeport,
lea, Doboqne, Rioiu Ulty,
Omaha and all point northwest,
lltcanl Drawing Boom Sleeping Oft"
On 11 Night Trains.
lMef Checked to ell Important points.
fm tlokete and information, apply to t. 0, R.R
depot t kiroj oa board to transit tamer be
ttreew Oolnmbas and Cairo, and at tne prinoln
raUro I tlekal oBoea throughout the eeoth.
, W. P. JOHNSON. Oen'lTase. Ait't, Chicago.
A. Xmnu, Oan'l Bap' I. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TI5IE.
Paetenrer train on the Illinois Central
bang time twlay. From and alter 'i:0
f. ra. to-day trains will run at follows :
Mall, azeept Sunday
Excreta, dally except Sunday
...n:ir n. tn.
...4:00 p. u.
. 2:10 p.m.
On and after Sunday, May 2A, an oxcttr
don train will be run each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vincennei tatlroad, between
Cairo and Mound City, as follows :
Leave M'd City, Arrive at Cairo.
6 a.m. 8:25 a.m.
4:80 p.m. 4: to p.m.
triw' MM City,
B a.m. 0:30 a. m
P.m. 6 JO p.m.
Far for tka round trip, fifty cent.
Cbablm O. Wood, Gen'l Tickot Ag't
HAILBOAD TIME TABLE.
CAIRO, ABKANSAS AND TEXAS It. It
Oa and after Monday, June 0, 1873, trnlnt
wiu run aauy, except sunuay, neiwecn
Ortenfleld'a landing and Slkeston, Scott
ounty, Missouri, as follows :
Leave Greenfield's 10:00 a.m. and b:30 p.m,
' Charleston 10:40 " 0:10 "
" blketton 7.10 p.m. 0-0 tf
CAIRO AND VINUh'NNES RAILROAD
Train! now Uar Calr and Mound City a
Lear Cairo. Leave Mound City.
7:43 aja. 7il0a.m.
11m. 1:45 p.m.
:15 p.m. r:40 "
CHAi. O. Wood, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
,AIBO AND VINCENNES HAILROA1)
On and after Monday, February 3, 1973,
Taint on the C. and V. railroad will mn u
press. ve Cairo 8'Oa.m,
Mound City.. 8:10
5:15 p. in. le.
" Eldorado.... 1:35 p.m.
" NorritCity.. 2:23
" Carml 3:01 "
Mt. Carmel.. 4:40 "
Tir VinctDDes... &:40 '
i ear Vincennei... 7.-00 a.m.
ML Carmel.. 8:22
Carml 9:55 "
Eldorado ...11:09 "
Mound (JltT.. 4:33 n. m.
7:00 a. m. lc.
itto " ar.
Connection at vlncennet wltli tli ln.il
jiapolls and Vlncennes.Obloand Mlsslslnii,
lad Evansvllle and Crawfordsvlllu railroads;
tx Mt. Carmel Willi the Louisville and New
Albany air line; at Carml with the St. Louis
id Southeastern ; at NnrrisClty the SpriiiK
3eld and Illinois Southeastern ; at Eldorado
with the Shawneetown branch of the t.
uUwid Southeastern: at Cairo with tha
wuuug uu udio rauroau iransicr boat, auu
tuamert for Memphis, Red River, Vlcks
bnrg and New Orleans.
Cu8. 0. W'ood, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
LOCAL WEATUrJU REPORT.
U. 8. Siq. Sir., uBSxkVKR'g orrto, l
Cairo, June 11, 1b73, lo-.ll p.m.
Wind, eoutneast, Telocity 4 miles per
jsaxuBum temperaturo last II hours,
4 p. a., 84 degrees. ,
Minimum temperature, last 24 hou. t
m . iu., II UCETeet.
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Prevailing wind last 24 hours, southeast,
Total number ot miles wind travelled. lt
94 hours, 113.
aaiiuau iasw noun. .02 inches.
BHOO FLY l DON'T BODUER ME 1
Oct on of Standlnger'e fly exterminators,
t BxinWAItT, ORTii & Co.
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Mn. H. I. Horn wishes to inform her
patront and the ladlet ot the city generally.
that tbe bat removed her drets-makine-
rooms, No, 1M to No. 105, next deor to the
Atheneum, up stairs. 0-f im
An unfurnished room with board,
pltaaaotly located, on Tenth, No. 40
bet we in Walnut and Washington streets.
References required. A few day boarders
oR b accommodated also. 0-13-Ct
BEST BUSINESS LOTS IN CAIBO.
Oil and two, block ftve, corner ol Tenth
Md Ltvoo ttreote, to losf enquired after
wo ww offer lor oolo on easy terms. This
property, M U woll known by residents ot
Cairo, lo for business purposes, tbe very bctt
U tbo olty. For terms, etc., enquire ol
e-W-tf. Beal Estate Brokers, etc.
Tfcl popular kotel hu betn rtfittcd and
atoittod, and it bow one of tbe most com
' lorUklo otopplnx plcet in the city. The
- all eH.eal.llj Ml T JSfafl H .lattiJ...
' rlumt MMttw by tbo week or month,will
BjjIM cf ksMsfol HTt MM roducUd at fol.
i mtm mm
Trciiurcr Cunningham hit returned from
trip up the country,
Oen. Baum wat in tbo city Monday ami
Tuesday, and lcRlait night for IiIj home in
The place to buy wall paper 20 per cent,
cheaper than any other place in the city Is
No. 3, Seventh Hreot. Try It II. Abi.k,
Tho length of the county court proceed.
Ings, a pressure ol Job work and scarcity of
workmen account (or sparscnest ol mat
ter In our columns.
The German school association will give a
picnic for the benefit of tho, school At
Scbecl'g garden on Monday next. A very
pleasant day it anticipated.
Several young gentlemen were fined yes.
terday for Indecent exposare of person in
going into tho river to swim, nt the bub fac
tory. We dotended them in our peculiarly
able way, but Webb scooped us.
Mr. Ii. II. Myers advertises a lot of splen
did furniture for aale, and offers lor rent tbo
bouse in whlcft bo now Uvea. The furniture
is all in good order, and will be disposed of
at a great bargain to tbe purchaser.
New stock and now styles ol wall paper
paints, oils, window glass, etc., etc., nt II, F.
Meigs' new store, Washington avenue and
Eleventh street. Call und tee the latest
ttylcs In wall paper before purchasing eke
where. 4.1 .
F. M. Ward Is now nt oparcd to deliver the
best ol sawed and splithlidiory wood to any
part of tho city. Alio all kin liof wood and
coal alwnj on hand. I.cavo orders nt his
office, corner Seventeenth street and Com
mcrclal aicnuc. 3-25 If.
The Masons nro not going to SUcdon, Mo.,
on St. John' day, but to Tunnel Hill, on
the Cairo and Vlnecnnes railroad, runnel
Hill It a dellgntfully romantic place-of nil
the places in Southern Illinois thr placo'for
tho enjoyment of the pleasure of plcnlclng.
We remari that Mr. M. II. Uar
rell would main n most excel
lent county Judgn or associate
Justice. If Cairo Is to havo the ludce. and
one of the associates, Broes and Harroll nre
tbo very best men wo could elect.
The Hibernians never do things by balf.and
they propose to male good their reputation
by the manner In which they will celebrate
the coming Fourth ol July. A grand pa-
raiio, n picnic on tbo Kentucly shore, and a
grand ball atSchcclMiallintht evening, aro
In the programme.
Wo learn from tho 'Sun' that tbo fir.t bar-
rcl of salt manufactured by Halllday Bros,,
at their salt works nt St. John'i, near I)u
Quoin, was received in this city on Mouday
The salt Is said to be of excollent uualltv
as good, the 'Sun' says, as Is to bo found
anywhere in the land.
Hacks for.the Cairo, Arkansa and Texa
railroad, starting from White A Greer'
store, corner of Sixth street and Ohio Jevec,
run as follows;
l"ve at 8 a.m.
Arrlvolncity nt lo a.m.
(MS tr John Mkver.o, Agent,
John C. Eclonburg has nt his old stand a
great variety of tho choicest brands of
cfgar. Lovers of the weed should try Ills
clear Havana", which aro undoubtc ily the
best cigars in this marXet. No cue who hat
tried them ever calls for anything else, for
all good Judges of cigars pronounce thorn
tho slmou-pure Havana of a superior qual
ity. Ten cents a piece, or 87 60 per 100.
Stand on Eighth Mrect, near Ohio levee.
Woodward insists that he has now for cale
a pump whleh should bo put into every era
torn In tho.city. If put into a cistoru of im
puro water water made Impure by stagnn-tlon-it
will niako every drop of it Ircsh
within a week. It curries uir to tho bottom
of the cistern, and stirs and agitates it into
purity. In this cholera season, everybody
should have one of those pumps. Tho
mayor should order ono of thckc pumps In
to each cistern by proclamation.
Tho Illinois Iron and Coal company, oflico
at Raum's station, three miles south of Uar-
riMiurg, is now furnishing all tbe coal used
by tho C. und V. Railroad company, and Is
prepared to supply tbe demand of tho com
pany along the line of the road. Wc arc In
formed that this coal Is of excellent quality.
It Is used exclusively in the company's
blacksmith shops ut Carml. It has no slate
or suipher in It, and will not clinker. An
agency will be established by tho company
in Cairo, in tho fall or winter.
Tho kckrrt excursion liv our alothodNt
friends on tho Fourth of July, will doubt
les be well attended, hut tho receipt
uncut iirobably be Increased somewhat, if
thu muiia':rs would patronize MA dally
papers in mn city. isun.
I hat Is a menu paragjaplt, Tho 'Sun' is
not bold, but its capacity Its desire to
gather In stray dimes makes It a spitefully
mean sheet, us 1'ttlo in snlrlt as In sire. The
'manatrors" havo natrnnlzoil tlin 'Sun' an
much as they have uatroulzed Tiik Bi'Lt.r.-
Methodist friends havo chartered tho
e,eBnt steamer Eckert, and proposo giving
""other excursion up Iho Ohio river on tho
Fourth of July. These excursion! have
tVn Wy ',eMnt ani1 "atlsfactory, ami us
the steamer ha. been newly painted und
oiuerwue ueautlued and uiado moro com
forUb,'' -J lctcd to be more
pleasant than the preceding onet. Tho ar
I rDKement havo commenced in good time,
I ni1 ""log will be omitted in making it the
ch,ion 01 the teasou. We bespeak
Urge crowd. Further notice soon. 0-12 td
The fall races have commenced, nnd Pat
Fitzgerald Is happy, Yesterday tho first
race of the serlts was run by tho horses ot
Dennis Haley and Munn, both wooff men
but not by any means wooden men. Thrupti
measured the course, quarter stretch, very
carefully with a steel tape line, and then tho
steeds went to their wort. It was a gallant
contest or speed aud Haley's came out
ahead. Tho stales wero modest only $25
ride. Thos, Wilson and Clonan' were judges
at the tend off, and Thrupp and Oync at
Ucome-out. Friday, hereaiter, will be tl
This Is to intorm the peoplo of Cairo that
Rev, C. Duertchncr, pastor of the German
Luthern church ol this city, has opened
fechool wherein both the (iermm aad Enj
llsti languages will be taugiit. ir tuere are
those among our American born citizens
who wish to have their children learn to
read, write and speak tbe German language,
they now have an opportunity to gratlly
that wish. Rev, Duerscbner it a thorough
German and Engllni scholar, and will spare
no effort to mak the school of which bo it
principal a lucceu.
By ordor of tbe Board or Dimctoro,
A valuable letter directed to K, M. Stock
floth. A liberal reward will be paid for Its
recovery by H. C. Lort.ty,
A house, 8 rooms nnd S closets, with one
lot and a half, corner of Twenty-first nnd
Poplar streets, on easy terms. For further
Information apply on the premises.
A cabinet organ, rs good a now, and of
first-class manulnctiiro will bo sold low and
on easy terms by applying to
Miih. M. J. Dkwiy.
Cor, Washington Ave. and Fourteenth St.
Fine white ; single and double X amber
tingle and double X Canary, best quality oi
manllln, blue lotter, etc., etc. fjO.OOO for
tale, printed at 13 W to 0 M per tboiisaiul,
at the llULf.KTix Othck.
On Division street, between Twentieth
nnd Twenty-tint streets, a two-story house,
six room and summer kitchen. Apply at
Central hotel, or to O. P. l.yuu, next door
to premises. 0-10 tl
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Two houses and three lots on tho comer
of Seventh and Walnut streets. The boun's
nre as good ns new, having been thoroughly
repaired this lnt spring. Wl 1 be sold at n
bargain. Enquire on the promises, or nt
12i Commercial avenue. (Ml-2w
Valuable roal estate consisting nf three
loto fronting on Fifteenth utrcet between
Walnut nn I Cedar; large framo houp nearly
now, two stories, three rooms on each floor,
outhotltcs, etc. For further particulars en
qulrn nt the premises, Mus. C. Skiiiiian.
' Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Wahington atemics, hns
Just opened out a stock of new and fashlou
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and fifty different styicsuf hats nnd bonnets,
beside a large assortment of ribbons, flow
ers and notions ot all sorts, all of which wll
be sold at tho lowest prices.
1 CE CREAM SALOON.
As warm weather is approaching the
lovers ot Ice cream will be glad to learn that
Mewrs. Saup iClarkson have fitted up and
refurnished, In elegant style, their Ico cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain has
alto bocn put in running order, and nothing
is wanting about the establishment to make
the pleasure and coinlnrt of their patrons
OI1E HUNDRED MEN WANTED.
One hundred men wanted lo work on tho
Mississippi Central railroad, seven miles
outewevt of Dresden, Tennessee, nnd
twelve colored men for teamsters, by Shec
han & Tolcr, contractors. Good wages
given and frco transportation furnished.
Apply to M. llL'KX.i,
Proprietor Mechanics boarding home,
Cairo Illinois. 0-12-tf
THE BARBER. "
(Jus. Helm, Sixth street, near Ohio levee,
has Just laid out a considerable sum of
money in repainting, papering, and in every
way repairing bis barber shop, and bis is
now onu of tho nicest, if not the nicest ton
horlal establishment in Cairo, ilelm em
ploys nyno but first-class workmen In his
snop, ana wo venture to say tne two young
men who now hold situations there, csunot
be excelled in their calling by any other
barber or barbcrt In tho city. Try them.
Illinois Cxntkal Railiioam Co. I
AfiEXT'B Offick, Cairo, June 17, 1873. j
To persons wishing to attend tho Sucnger
lest to bo held at Dubuque, from June 20 to
24, Inclusive, we will sell excursion tickets
to Dubuque and return nt $18 .'10. Sale of
tickets will commence Jnno 18, and be dis
continued Juno 22. Tickets good to return
until June 2(1, Inclusive.
0-17 4t Jamks Johnson, Agent,
SHIN IN O UP ON THE LBV EE.
The front of tbo First National bank
building hat recently boon painted, and
now, Mlllor & Parker aro painting the ad
joining building with the celebrated
Averill Chemical paint. U. F. Melgt does
tho work, and N. E. Way & Co., genoral
commission merchants, Sixth streot, fur
nish tl paint. They have plenty more
of the tame sort in conveniont packages
and all colors mixed roady for use. It is
tho most durable, brilliant nnd economical
paint in the world. "Why don't you buy
FURNITURE FOR SALE AND HOUSE
1 will sell at private sale tho following de
scriiiou gooiia, to-wit; Ono seven octavo
piano (James Vou's m.ikc),2ilne marble top
bureaus, 1 marblo top wash stand, 2 line
bedsteads, 1 line wardrobe, 1 bathtub, 1 con
tinental sclf-ieeding boating stove, 1 cotton
matrcss, 1 mntresses, l marblo top centre
tablo, II heatltu! stoves, 44 yards of llrusnels
carpet, 21 yards tbrce-pll carpet, 20 yards
two-pll carpet, 5 coal oil lamps, 2 castors.
4 washtubs, 1 settee, 1 easy-cbuir, 2 sowing
muchlncs (Wheeler it WlUou make), 24
yards rag-carpet, nnd hov.se to rent lo
good tenant. L. If, MVKIW.
KYN ASTON TO TJIE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynaston, whose reputation as
n butcher Is par excellent with the people
ol this city, Is about to oneu u new meat
suop near the comer of Commercial avenue
aud t wentieth street, noxt door to Mr. Pat
Burl's grocery storo. It isa well Xnowu and
actuowledgcd Tact that Mr. Kynaston, ilur
lug his loug cxprlcnco In tho moat bu.l
ness In this city, never offered to bis custom
ers anything but the choicest of every llnd
of meat. He Is a good Judge of cattle, und
buys nothing but tho youngest and .attest,
and as a conscqucnco has the best of beef.
Tho same may be eald of every kind of meat
sold by him. Give him atrial, and our word
lor It, you will always be pleased. 0-1S tf
TO THE WEST.
rorsie,-n ticket good lor 1500 miles
travel issued "to bearer" and good either
way for one or more persons, over the At
lantic auu I'acltlo railroad (length 327 miles)
nuiu rrauaun, aio.,iurougn Kolla, Lebanon,
Ppriuglleld, Plcrro City. Neosho aiidSfn.r,
Mo., to Vlnlta, Indian Territory, and rood
over tbe Missouri Pacific, ralboad (length SUM
miles) from St Louis through Franklin, Jef-
tenon uty, i ipton, bcdalla, Pleasant Illll
Kansas City, yandotte and Leavenworth
to Atchison, Kausas, and over tht braucbes
of these two roads, from Tipton to Boone-
villa, Mo., 25 miles, from Sedallato Lexinc
ton, Mo., 55 miles, aud from Pleasant Hill to
Lawrence, Kansas, 61 milts. For further
particular! enquire at tblt office,
V. A. BVBNaTT.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A wc cbnnco is offered to tome man
with money to invost in good paying
proporty In the rnott dcilrftblo part of tbo
-city. Two lots, 80 feet front on the ve
nuo, houia 3 stories. Two largo itoroi
can bo fitted up on tho tint floor, tho up
per ttorios aro woll arranged for oniccs or
dwolllngs. For further partlculari en
quire of John Q. Haiima.v A Co.,
li-l-tt Ucai KStaiO Agoius, vairu, iu.
Tho counsel of ministers called by the
First Missionary Baptl't church, to try their
late pastor, T. J. Shores, upon certain
charges to bo preferred against him, will
meet on Thundny morning, June 10, at 8
o'clock, at the A. M. E. church on Four
tecntb street. As wc wish to bo fair, and
have nothing of such general Interest con
cealed, Mr. Shores nnd hit friends nnd tho
public are Invited to bo preent.
Ily order of tho committee oi arrange
ments. . IHCIUIID IAYMJ1I,
SECURE TUB SHADOW.
Havo you visited Schlcslngcr's new pho
tograph gallery on Eighth stroet between
Commercial and Washington avenues f II
not, you should do so, and give tho proprie
tor an opportunity to try his skill In liking
of you n perfect likeness and n splendid
plctuio. Mr. Schlcslngcr's gallery is lilted
up In the best style, with tho Intention ol
doing nothing but perfect work. Tbe
ladies' drawing room Is beautifully fur.
nlshed, and'the opcratuu room has ask
light unsurpa!pd by nny In the Wet. Mr.
Schletlnger hopes his many friend", who
have heretofore given to litnl theli patron
akc. will continue their lavors. To them
and the public generally he extends an In
vitation to visit his rooms, whether desiring
work dotio nt preent or not, satisfied that
the appearance ol bis gallery, tho many
conveniences he hat procured Indeed, oil
tbe latest Improvements iu bis nrt and the
skill or an operator of great merit, lately of
London, Mr. Frank Locke Steele, will com
mand their patronage when tboy snail need
work to bo dono. 0-lo-im.
READ I READ I!
Wknosa, Mich., Fob. PJ, 1871.
Ad'KIULL Cuf.micai. Paint Co. Oon
tlomen: Your paint bad beon on my
lulldinc but a week or two when a large
flro occurred on tho opposlto Bido of tbe
streot, destroying e. nurabor of buildings
a heat intonio onougb to melt lead pipes
from a sodn fountain standing within ten
foot of my building cracking In ton
thourand pieces every pano of glass in my
udo walls, and yet nevor setting flro to
tbeclnpbonrds; which nftor the flro I had
but to icrapo, and two coats of paint re
storod it ni good as now. Your pslnt
saved my building, nnd through its flro
proof qualities, wo wero able to provent
the sproad ot a conflagration which, had
my buildings ignited, would havodestroyed
tbo ontiro business portion of our town
Any nurabor of our citlzont will sign this
certificate If you desire. Truly yours,
11. H. WllIELEK,
Stato senator, 27th Dint., Micb.
FT. JOHN'S DAY PICNIC.
TUESDAY, JUNE 31, 137!L
Thero will bo civon under the auspices
of the Masonic fraternity, St. Jobn'i day,
A BASKET PICNIC,
At tho romantic ground! near lunnei
Hill on the Cairo and Vincennei railroad.
Masons, their friondi and familici are
courtoouily invited to participate, but no
porson will bo pormltted to attond unless
ho has lint procured a tlcuot irotn
Mason. A special train will loavo
Sovonth streot, itopping at Twelfth, Four
teenth, Eighteenth, Twonlioth and Thir-
ty-fourth itreets, at 8 o'clock a.m. Aram
will return, leavlnR Tunnell UlU at C p.
ra. Tho Delta Silver Cornet band has
beon engaged. A baggage car In charge
of competont itowards will convey bas
kets. All article! should bo properly
marked with namo In full. Fair for tho
round trip, ono dollar. Tickots can bo
had on application to tbo underslgnod
momberi of committee, viz:
0-lS-t(l 1.0UIB JORGKNSEN.
FOURTH OF JULY.
GRAND CELEBRATION, PARADE AND
NO. 4 OF CAIRO
Cordially invito! tbe public generally to
Join them In colebrating that glorious day.
A grand time is expocted and all neces
sary arrangements, looking to tho comfort
und enjoyment of the participants have
beon perfected. '
Tbo colebration of tbe day will com
mence with grand parade beaded by tbe
Doha City Cornet band in which tbe
whelo flro department bni beon invited to
paitlclpato. Aftor the parade thoio dc
slroui of attending the picnic, which
will bo held in tho grovei or Kentucky,
opposlto tho city, wll) find the new,
powerful and commodioui forry-boat
"Three States '' at the landing prepared
to take them across.
Parent! can take their children and feel
perfectly lafe In doing to, ai tbo high cat
tle guardi of the new ferry make! It
simply impossible for an accident to bap
pen. The boat ii new, safe and reliable.
A fine dancing floor forty feet in width
by fifty feet in longth will be laid on the
ground, " no lawduit," 10 that thoio do
siring to trip tho "light fantntto " can do
so to their beart'i content. Prof, Kiion
burg'i celobratod itring band will furnish
tbe music for tbe occasion,
Necessary refreshment! will be on tho
ground! in abundance. Como everybody
and enjoy thu holiday in good old picnic
Tbo day's festivities will end with a
grand ball at School's hall and garden.
Fart round trip on boat CO cents.
Children, with parents free.
Admluion to ball, Qentlomen 50 eonti
each. T. M. Lotitt,
W. H; fioxii,
Cjtatttoo of ArrtogtBiGtl.
Mr. A. Black or tbe bo Iter lit Just
ncctved his teceod ttoci fffnaBr Ifaft!
and tllppen thlsseuon, ami ia wn ut.,.g
a line of gttjds which for atyle and work'
manshlp cannot bo oxcolled in tbo southern
part of tho itate, At heretofore, ho makos
It a ipeclallty always to keep on hand tho
latest stylet of ladlet'i mines' and children's
shoes nnd (Uppers of llrolaskl'a renowned
custom work, which he sells at prices rang
ing much lower than eastern work can bo
purchased cle where, as there It no Jobbers
between film and tho manufacturers. His
etock of gouu' and youths' congress gaiters,
bticklo shoet, Prince Albort-, Edwards and
Alexis, an entirely now style, Is very largo
and varied, and will suit thn most fastid
ious. Ha would particularly request tbe
gentlemen to Inspect his lino or shoos be
fore they doMre to purchase or have made
elsewhere. 0-17 .11
ING KEEP COOL.
Refrigerators nt from 18 to
50. Ice chests nt $11, $13,
$15, $17, $20, etc. IJeer cool-
era nt Cincinnnti retail prices
wnter coolers, ice cream freez
ers, wire cloth for window ,
screens, bath nnd foot tubs,!
charcoal furnaces, charcoal bv
the bushel, barrel, etc., nt
BnEUWAivr, Outh &Co's.,
13(5 Commercial Ave.
A new hotel has been opened In the largo I
hono located on the corner of Seventh '
street und Washington ncnue. It will be
known as Brown's hotel, and proprletored .
by Mr. Rsuwii, whose reputation as a hotel-1
keeper Is well-known In this city. Tho
houe has been thoroughly renovated nlid I
refurnished, nnd is In every way first-cbiss. I
The tables are at all tunes furnl-hed with
the best the season affords, and the charges 1
liberal, being only 81 50 per day. Mr.
Drown solicits and deserves a share of the
public patronage. Mitt
Strvx Ansklmk.it, the bar-koepor, ha I
jpened a tluo saloon in Louis Blatteau's
Md stand, whera can ba found, at all
, , . .. (
times, Stevo serving bit customer! with i
the best of drinkable. U-'J3-tf ,
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE
SPECIAL WARRANT NO. 1.
Public notice Is hereby given that tbe
county court ot Alexander county, has ren
dered judgment lor a special assessment up
on property benefited by the lolloping im
provement : The new sidewalk on the wet
sldeot Commercial avenue, between second
and Third streets; tbe new sidewalk on the
south side of Tenth street, trom Walnut
street to Jctlcrson avenue; the new side
walk on the south side of Thirteenth street,
from Commercial avenue to Washington av
enue; the new sidewalk on tbe north side
of SKth htrect. between lflBbltitftnn at p.
nuu ai:d JediTsonnvcnue : the new sidewalk I
on the east side of Waliington avenue, In I
front or lots 18, ID, 20 and 21, Iu block 24, In i
thn rltv nt l!alro tlin iihw hlilmvAllf nn
the north side or Twellth street In front of '
block ne, iu the Third audition to tho city
ot Cairo; the rew sidewalk on the north
slue of Cross street, from Washington ave
nue to Walnut street ; tbe new sidewalk on
the east sldo of Hull) rook avenue,' from Wet
Twenty-third to WcstTwenty-rourthstreet;
tho new sidewalk on the south side of West
Twenty-fourth street Hum llolbrook acnue
to Park avenue; the reconstructed side
walk on tbe south side of Divis
ion 6trect from Poplar street to
Washington avenue ; the reconstructed side
walk on the north side of Center street from
Washington avenue to Walnut street ; the
reconstructed sidewalk on the ca-t side ot
Poplar street I rem Eighteenth street to Di
vision street ; the reconstructed sidewalk on
the west side of Poplar street from Eigh
tecnth to Division streets ; the reconstnii ted
t-ldewalk on the south side ol Nineteenth
street from Poplar -treet to Commercial ave
nue : the reconstructed sidewalk on tho
north side or Twouty-fiflh street from
Washington avenue to Walnut street;
the reconstructed sidewalk on the south side
of Twenty-tilth street from Walnut
street to llolbrook avenue; the reconstruc
ted sidewalk on the south sldo of Thirty
fourth sircct from Commercial avenue to
Washington avenue, as will more fully ap
peal from the certified copy of the judgment
on file in the office ot the clerk or the city of
Cutro, that a warrant for the collection of
such assessment Is In tbe bands of the un
dersigned Alt persons Interested are hereby notified
to call and pay the amounts usses-ed at tbe
collector's olUce No. 01 Ohio Levee within
thirty days' from the date hereof.
Dated this ISth dty ot Julie, A. D., 1873.
RonKRT A. Cunningham, Collector.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given to all persons inter
ested that the city council of Die city ot
Cairo, Illinois, having ordered that side
walks be reconstructed and renewed on the
following named streets, to-wit: On the
north sldo of Nineteenth sis Jet rrom Com
mercial avenue to Poplar stricct; on the
west side of Poplar street from Division
street to Twenty-fifth ttrcct ; on
tbo north tldo of Twentieth street
from Ohio levco to Walnut street;
on the south side or Twentieth s.reet from
Oh o levee to Washington avenue, have ap
plied to the county court ol Alexander
county, state ol Illinois, tor au assessment
ol the cost of suld Improvements according
to benefits, and an assessment thereof hav
ing been made urd returned to ald court,
tlm dual hearing thereof will be had at the
July term ol said court, commencing on the
21st day ot July, A. D., HJ3. All persons
desiring may then and there appear aud
maKe incir ueicvso
John O. Uarman,
N It. liOSHMAN
Dated June 11, 1873
ljig: C. Hanny wishes tho
public to bo informed that ho
hns on hand a Stock of Dry
Goods nnd Carpots nB exten
sive as any in tho Southwost,
nnd that ho 'is dotormined to
sell ovory nrticlc nt prieos
lower than tho lowest. Cnl
on him today nnd oxamine
goods and prices. Ho will
satisfy you both as to quality
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
, .JD.RU G GISTS,
.TTO. 7-1 OHIO
CAIRO CITY COAL
fa prs,usl lo sapjir iwwmi t
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Halllday Ilros. ofllcc, 7
onto lkvsk, or at tbo Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The To "Montauk" will bring eoa
slnnsslde tn utoamare at iny hnur
oa iho" ani) YAdWau
The plnJIJ steunsr
Dick Fowlcii, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sundayexeopted) at
4 p.m For freight opassage apply on boat or
J as. Malloky, Ag't.
City BaUAiiaJ Bank Bullcltnt-
atvHpeoal attention paid ts orders trom titan
boate nliht or das
1IYLANI) & SAUKK,
AND DIALIKB IM
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
next door to the Hyland saloou.
11-16 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
AND DE.U.UR IN
Eionm Sthrit, Bktwm Wasiiiicoto!,
AdJolDlns Ul'lenhouen and Hnuny '
Keep tht best or Unnt, Pork, Mulloo Veal.
t.ntnl, SautsKe, etc., -urt are prepared to ssrse
cititens In the roost acceptable manner.
(Successor to Jamci Kynaston,)
IJuTcnin and Dkalir in all Kinds oi
coiinxk ninxtkntii and i'oplait stb.,
Hiiyt and tlaugbterH only the best eatlle,
Iiokb no sheep, and le prepared to fill any
demand for rrcsh meaU from ono pound to
ton thousand oounds.
M laB emitrrirJIEL..rr.L'BSBl r
I X ItBaHh JaiZSk bbbHI M I
eHHBBBBLisH IBH HHIs STsHT1
HbbH r bbbbbbb! bbbbW VBwBmCI
Corner Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS,
(Late of St. Mills,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
BLANK BOOKS of every description done
rith neatneis and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at ihort notice. Bibles, Mualc,
M,saxlnei and Periodlcalt bound neat and
at 'ie loweit posilble ratee.
xunty work, inch a Record, Dookett
fit Book Blank, etc,, made a ipeclallty
rWW, Pooltlt Books, Kova JoW etc
It c tail uiid I'rufcriptiit
Corner Washington Ave
and Eighth ttreet.
Of chamois aud rabbit skin
for weak lungs.
At BARCLAY BHOB.
FOR SORE THROAT,
Prepare,! and sold
IIt 1IAIICLAY MHOS
OTHERS 1 HORSE AND
And DlslnrectanU forfiUbU
At BABCLAY BROS.
And "Universa tuadard.'
At BARCLAY BEOS.
CO Jf HIWHIOX WKBCHAXTW.
(J. M. ALDEN & CO.,
FLOUR AND COMMISSION
I No. 135 Ohio Levkic, - CAIRO, ILLS
JOHN' H. I'ULLia & SUM,
(Buoetssor lo John n. Ptlllts.)
DKALKR8 IN HAY, COKN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, dec.,
Con. TENTD-ST. av OB10 LKVE
1 1. u. matiiuis.. j c cni.
MAT BUSS & UOL
Commissi on Mebc han ts
f IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
j BOAT STOuae I
ruov i sicks; ito.
Oht Lt riarao. Ill
PARKER A BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
ratty, Bmataa, Uaatjlttm.
tad the eelebrele4 dlamlaatiai
BBOjS' LOILDIlft OOF -lTB T. OOU
On KlKhtbHtrHt, between Oommereial and Waehi
nKlon ATtnues. la dallr receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATIfIT RPRIXO AXD iOUUKB ITTLM.
Iletiast a loll liae of
I Trimmed and untrimrasa.J
KhEHCH FLUWKH8, BIBBOM8, TRIMMIM09
of all kinds, Laeet, ete., ete.
Mrs. MoOee haa also a larie aeeortratal o
Fancy Arlloles, such at
NECK Tl.!fl, OLLAai, UMDKHflLBIVBS,
RUFF9, BABHM, FANS,.
And all other artielet usually foond la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mn. McGee, In addition to her tock ot
Fancy and Mlllluery Goods, hat a fine and
Complete assortment or Cincinnati Cuitoa
made Ladlet' and Mlsiet Shoet and CnU
drens' Boots, Black and m Colon. Jheaj
areackuowledged to be the flnett and belt
over In tbe market, and ttUji the only
house tho city that makea them a tpoc alty
Win onlr rml t0' Of ana weik
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