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' Caper Yost has gono Into the ronirols.
I lion business,
-"w rqni Hiiiw-,'-p" reffi'( v. u heeler a wood ml coi yaru
lttsj Ihflr pmpm rriciilarly to reiorl w ,o0 refl(y for Lusiti-.i
lh. fart ( nir, rllhiT sierson- --
MIT or by I'o.IbI ('aril. I Intor'l photographs aro tliO rage.
- Uallerr on Sixth street, between tlio ave-
1-iiblUatlon UMec, Balletta Btilldlav nuoi.
Waatiisaa At. Cow nd"i.lg pens undVriMowaJki nro
! nuisances that ihould bo abated. Let the
1 police look to this matter.
madias; mnH'r on rvrir puis c.
iIlikoSoentral ii 5
1041 atiiia lh "horlf Itoist
EliklrMIlM IbeShorlrat Kniil
TO ST- LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF OAKS
KltOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAKS
O.M OA I BO TO
Cincinnati, U lianapoll.. 'J. ..
fJ.troU. CIMelaod. Niagara . "
notion cJ all points t.
Mllwaut.lt. Janpsfllle, Ullon.
LaCroMf, St. Paul &' " I'41"" M''
Ibiaf alio the cnlj-direct rnuli to
Baeatar, DIoomtnKton, Nptingeld,
roria, OulncT, !iek"k
Burlinatoa, Hock Wlnd, t. Stilt.
Manilou. Hiaon, Krtort,
dalasa. Dubuque. Sioui Viliy,
Oruaha and all point oorlhet.
Ilecant Drawing Room Sleeping CV
On all Night Trains.
!( Chrckrif to all Important points.
Fat tickala and lorormatloo, apply to I. 0, H.K
dapot at atroj on board tne transit dimmer l
Swssu Oolumbus and Cairo, and at tlio princlps
railroad ticks! offlcn throughout th south.
W. P. JOHNSON. Of n'l ras. Ast't, Clil50.
A. afitcniu, Gfo'l.Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ritueer trains ou the Illinois Central
lunge time tvday. From and alter 'J.IO
p. tn. to-day trains will run as follows :
Express dally . . .5:13 a. ni.
Mall, except Sunday ... .4:00 p. in.
Express, d.ulv c.ccpt .-undaj.. '.:10 p. in.
Mill, " " " ..lihun night.
SLNDA V E.v'OVhsIoNS.
Un and alter Sunday, May 23, an cxcill
ilon train will be run each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vlnccnnes lallroad, hetween
Cairo and Mound City, ai follows :
Leave M'd Citv. Airlvc at Cairo.
8 a.in. ' s:23 a.m.
4:30 pus t:.Vp.in.
LeaveCailo. Airivcat.M'd City.
J a.m. P::!0 a.m.
i p.m. 3:So p.m.
Fare Tor the round trip, tilty cent.
I'ltARLKi O. VoOI, Uen'nicla't Ag't.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS- AND TEX AS It. It.
On and alter Monday, dune 0, IS", trains
will run dally, except Minda., between
icentielil's l.tnilln and blkestuu, Scuit
ennty, Miooiiri. ai lotluw :
Laare Orcentield's 10.t) a.m. anil .V.'io ii.m.
Arrive " U.-.V) 3 lo
" Cliarlestou 10:10 " (1: 10
" hikcKtuu 7.10 p.m. 0-0 IC
CAIRO AND VINCKNNKS ItAll.ltOAD
Trains now loaro Cairo and Mound City ai
l.eae Mound City.
Wood, (icn'l Ticket Ag't.
,AlllO AND VINCKXNKS ItAll.ltOAD
On and alter Monday, February a, tbTIl, I , . " . , b..
ralniiiii tlio c. mt V. railroail ntu imu ui ubout ilia ttduwHlka
If you want a lino photograph go to
Winter'! gallory, Sixth streot, between
Washington and Commercial avenuci.
The placc.to buy wall paper 20 per cent,
cheaper than any oilier place In the city it
No. Seventh Mrcct. Try It. ll.Ani.K.
Work on Doacon Hill Scott a now houit-,
betwocn Fourth and Fifth ftroct-, hm
been comuioncod. Doacon Scott propoios
tc keep a billiard ball and inloon.
Tbo next raco over tbo Cairo courie
will, wo aro Informed, bo run by honei
bolonginc to I'at. Fitzgerald and l'hil.
Howard. Our money ii up on l'liH'i
'Four men and olio woman" is Jailer
McCarthy i aiimerto the Interrogation
' "How many priionor havo you 1 ' To
tlii' bo will probably add : "And tbo ilio
ono ii a niggor. '
' Moro than eleven thoutnnd car loud, of
coal arrived in this city during the last
year, to lay nothing of tho immonio o,uan
tity tbat eamo out of tho Ohio rivor.
I'rctty good for ono year.
.New stock and new ttjlei ol wallpaper
, p.iltiK oll, window phi", etc., etc., at II. F.
Mclgi new ttore, Washington acnuo and
i:iccnth trcet. Call and fee the latent
t)les In wall paper before piliehalng clc
F. M. Ward Ii ncwpiepareil to deliver the
bct of rawed and pllthickory wood to any
pait of the city. Al-u all kln liuf wood and
coal alw.i; ou hand. I.eac order.- at bl
1 olllec, coiiijr .-oenteelith street nnd Com-
mcrci.d avenue. ;t.'J3 It.
55 Tho next regular communication
XXof Delta lodge, No. COS, A. F. and
A. M., will bo held at .Masonic 1) till, thb
(Tburiday ) ovonlng at S o'clock. Vilit
ing brothers cordially invited to ntleliJ.
W. A. Si-oo, See y.
TilK III I.I.KTI.V jub otllco l tbo com
plotOSt in thu Str.tr, In in,, jul'l,1'"-J 'Hb
all thu latef t styles of job typo of every de
scription, fast pa-sscf, and all tho other
appliances necessary for tho execution of
first-elm? job work in tho most expeditious
manner. Ilring in your jobs.
Il.ieki lor the Cairo, Ark:iuas and Te.va
railroad, ttartiug lioiu White V (IrccrS
tore, corner ol Sixth trcet and Ohio levee,
run as lollowr:
Leave at J1 a.m.
Arrive in ellv at lo.i.m.
" ' 3 p.m.
r-s tl John .Mm kii.s, Agent.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1873
A warm weather Is approaehlng the
lovers ol lee cream will be glad tn learn that
Slews, Saup A Clark-inn havo lilted up and
rorurnlbcd, In elegant -tylr, their Ice cream
patlnri, ThHlrmamiuolh )da lountnln hai
alo been put In running order, and nothing
is wanting about the f-tiibllihnicnt to maU
the pleiiiuru and enmlort of their patrons
A new hotel ha been opened In the l.irgc
houo located on tho corner of Seventh
flrcet and Washington avenue. It will bo
known a- llroun'. hotel, and proprletorcd
by Mr, llrown, vvhoc reputation a a hotel
keeper is well-known In thli city. Tho
liotno h.n been thoroughly lenovnled and
refurnUhcd, ami Is In every way llrat-cla.
The labli nrn nl nil time furnltheil vvltb
n, n i.n.i i.n ...;... ,ir.i. tl... i couinleli! 4-13-tl
...I. UVb rV, If II II Hl.l.l, I. I... ...U ..41,. .
liberal, being only l 30 per day. .Mr.. OHF, IICNdTuKD MKN WANTIII).
Urown solicits and dcerve a -liau- of tho , 0l)c llluIrD(, . w:1tcd to w.ik on the
public patronage. 3-Mtl ; JMpl)1 (.entral )ni1,aa.l. seven mile-
i ,i. ,t.i .. i j otitcwct ot Dresden, Tcnnecc, ami
Hun Ing and fishing partio aro beco.n- lweUo colorcil lllrll for tpamtcr,, by Shee
Ing fashionable. J-.ach party takes n lxittlo 1 A Toter. contractor-. Oooil wages
of choUra medicine, diiguiscd as whlfkoy, ' given and fiee u.niportatloii ItiriiMiod.
for the mo of each mcmbor of tho party. Apply to M. Unix,
Tho cholera has novor vol attacked ono of i 1'ioprletor Me. hanlc boarding houo,
" I . . . . ...
thcio partio, but tho makes frequently
got after thorn, An army of reptiles,
marching with heads reared up, was seen
yo;erday evening aftor n party of huntori
who had beon aluont from tho citv only
two days and returned with otnpty bottles
At tho salo of lands and town lots sold
by Shorlll" Irvin on .Monday and Tuesday
of this week, every tract, or parcel of
land in tho county advertised for dolin
(Siis. Helm, ixth lieet. near Ohio levee,
has Just laid out a i ou-hlciable sum or
money In icpalntlng, papcilng, and In every
way repairing ids barber hop, and his Is
now one of tho nicest. If nut the nicest ton
sorliil establishment in Cairo. Helm em
ploys none bill tlrt-cla. woi kincn In his
shop, and we venture to say the two young
men who now hold situations there, cantiot
quent taxes round a purchaser. And of ' ,,c "eolleii in meir railing i.y any other
eitv loU.'lhern warn n.irpl..nr willing ' I'arbcr or barbers III the city. Try them.
. ... i c , .. ,.
ih .n. mill tA bLa tlintn .ill n .1 . I I " " "
nt.M ....... v. u . ... " .uvt.i ,1,,, aim u. k N U
conclusion of tho talo but two lots in the
entire city roinalncd forfoited to the
state. This, wo bolievc, is tho llrst tlmo
In the history of tbo county that tilt prop
erty advertised found purchasers.
We Imvo discovered a inareV neat. It
is this, and we with tho council to noto tho
fact. Thu two boxes of steel pens pur-1
cbated for Treasurer Cunningham wuro !
purchased by Comptroller iiurtiott, and 1
half of thcni were used up by him. Wo
havo llttlo doubt tho ex-comptroller ustd
tho pons purchased with tho city's money
and appropriated to his own uio as an '
ollieor, in his work as book-keeper of Tun I
IH i.lkti.s. Here is the opening wedge j
that may exhibit to our atonlshod ga.o
municipal Credit Mobllier steal in itcel ,
pens. Nullis, onco tnoro to the breach !
We called attention to tho peculiar fun-!
turu of tho propoied sanitary ordinance I
which authorizes thu mayor to prohibit
tho e ul o of fresh liih and says nothing of
putrid or ttulo Dsn. In ridicule wo culled
upon tho mayor tn issue hie proclamation
and prohibit nnybrdy from eating fresh
tish in Cairo. Tho damned fool ot tho
'Sun' pardon tho expression 'takes us
in enrnett and says wo nro attacking our
Catholic citizens. Hauirh. When we
Ii.i.imiii Cr.Miui. lUu.uouiCii. I
Ai.KM's OKFK K.C.Mllo. Juno 17, lsT. f
To peroin wishing to attend theS.ienger
lest to be held at Dubuque, from Juno '.'O to
'24, Inclusive, we will sell excursion tickets
to Dubuque and return at $IH . '10. Sale of
tickets will commence June 1, and be dis
continued June !-'. Tickets good to return
until June UM, Inehislvc.
'-17 4t J.vMK-i Johnson. Agent.
A 00(11) INVESTMENT.
A raro chance 1 ollurcJ to souio man
with money to invest in good paying
property in tho most desirable part of tho
city. Two lots, 50 feut front on tho ave
nue, house tl stories. Two largo storos
ran bu littcd up on tbo lint ttoor, thu up
por stories aro woll arranged for olllces or
dwellings. For further particulars en
quire of John II A KM AN vV Co.,
i-l-tf Heal Estate Agents, Cairo, Ills.
SHINING ON THE LEV EE.
The front of thu Fir-t National bank
building has recently been palntod, and
now, Millor A: l'arker aro painting tho ad
joining building with this colubratod
Averill Chemical paint. II. F. Meigs doe
thu work, and N. E Way A: Co., genoral
commission merchants, Sixth street, fur-
wish to attack tho Catholics, or nny other i tho paint. Thoy hnvo plenty more
of tho religionists, we shall not mako the
attack through tlih, whatever the sucker
of the 'Sun- may say.
' Mound City
" Kldonulo .".
" Non-la City.
" It. Carmel
8::kj a. ni.
!:.".' p. 111.
3:13 p. in. le.
5:10 " ar.
.00 a. m. le. 1
. rav Vlnccnnes. . 7:00 a. in.
ill. Caruiel . b-:2i "
" Carinl U:33 '
" NorrlsClty 10:.'!i
' Hldondo ...11:00
" .Mound City.. 4-.i!a p. ni
i.rnveuairu n-.us ,
Connccllu ut Ylnccunc with the I mil.
(.oapollsund Vtiiceuiief, Ohio and il t--l-!-i p il ,
and Lvatisvtlle and Craw fordsvlllc railroads;
tl Ml. Carmel with thu LouNvfllo and New
Albany airline; at C'annl with the st. Louis
ad r-oiuliea-teni ; at NorrUCIlv the .-prlng-Jclil
ami Illinois Suiitheaoteru ; 'at Eliluradu
with the .Shawneetown bram-h ol the st
Loul' and Southeastern; at Cairo with the
Mobile and Ohio nillm.nl tr.ui-IVr boat, and
leainers lor Memphis, Ited ltier, Vii-ks-burg
aud New Orleans,
I Has. O. Woo Ii. Iien'l Tl.-kel A'.-'t.
J.NO, l.KU, Jit., sup't.
Mr. Djvoru remark! that if that fellow
who was raiting inch u h I of a fuss
on ,N alnut street,
would pitch iiilu the city he might get tho
crossings constructed on that thorough
faro and ever aftowards be happy his
li cit might be pleasant and he remain trrn
.Mr Sherman Lvndo ha leased tho
j Soutborn hotel and has refurnished it.
Ho is now prepared to accommodate tbo
I public. .Mr. Lyndo has bad a great deal
of experience in the hotel business, and
will, wo havo no doubt, as "mine host," bo I
succoesful, and mako his homo worthy of
The lottor from Hot Springs will at-
I tract attention, and wo wish to bo dis-
tinctly understood when we disclaim re
I sponsibility fur the m'Kul temu con-
tained in it. They iro Greek to us, and
vvu shall not hesitate to asfit-snihto thu
physician who discovers an error in tho
1 orthography of either of them.
Mr, A. Itl.icW of the shoe store h.i Jii't
received his second stock ol summer shoes
mid slipper lhi season, and Is now opening
:t line of goods which for stjle nnd work
manship cannot be excelled In thu southern
part or the state. As heretofore, he makes
it a speciality always to keep o.n baud the
latest at) leg of ladies', misses' and children's
shoes and slippers of Urol.ikl's renowned
custom work, which he sells at prices rang
ing II1IK1I Wt tl.-.. w.U . i,
plirchuscd elewherc, lis thcru Is no jobbers
between him ami the manufacturers. Ills
stock of gents' and youths' congre'v gaiters,
buckle shoe, 1'rfncc Alberts, KUvvurds and
Alexis-, an entirely new sljlc, Is very large
and varied, and will suit the most fastid
ious. He would partlcul.il ly request the
gentlemen to inspect his line of shoes be
foiu they desire to purchase or bavn made
elsewhere. U-17 3t
A house, S rooms aud 3 closets', with one
lot and a half, corner of Twenty-lirt aud
Poplar streets, on easy taruis. For further
Int'oruiatioa, apply on the premises.
John C. Liicnburg has at his old stand a
'great v.irlet ot the choicest brands of
ci,'.iis. Lovers or the weed should trv his
LOCAL WE ITIll.lt ULTOKT ' clear llavanas, which are undoubteily the
S.'sin.SKU.,'ousKi'.VKK'isOFi'ic'r.. 1 . I,l'"lt'lrrais in lids inarXct. .No one who has
Caiiio, June'ls, is'a, lo.ll tun. I 1 tried them ever call, for anything else, tor
Thermoujetcr 77 degree.
Wind, outli, Telocity t mile per
Maximum temperature lat il hours, at
4 p. tn.,84 degrees.
Mlulmum temperature, last 'it hourf, at
a, m,, 70 degrees.
Prevailing wind lan 21 hours, south.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
'U hour, 170.
Kainfull last 'Jl hours. .H Iiu hi's.
Edwin Oahlami. observer.
all good judge- nl cigars pronounce them
the simon-pure Havana ot a supeilor qual
it. Ten ci-nts a piece, sir $7 30 per inn.
Stand ou Eighth street, near Ohio levee.
A cabinet oig.iu, a" good as new, and of
llr.t-elas mauiilacluru will be sold low and
on eu-y teim1- by applying to
Musi. M. J. Dkwkv,
Cor. Washington Ave. and Fourteenth m.
Fine while ; single and double X amber
single and double X Cnuaiy, best quality of
maiillli, blue letter, etc., etc. 30,000 lor
alo, prilitrd at '! 30 to t) 3U per thousand,
at the HfU.KIIN Ol TIUK.
SHOO FLY I DON'T IIODDEIt ML '
Oct one of -tandinyt-r'sil) exterminators,
t F.EKitvv Aiir, ( 'in it A o.
Tho city treasurer must 1it( at least
T'OO cnvolopes to fend out noticos of spe
cial aiscsnnont. This will require un ex
penditure of a consi lurablu amount of
money. Wo desire to inform tho council
that we haven niaguitlicent lot of envoi
opes, and stand ready to underbid any
envolope-doatcr in Ihu Mississippi valley.
We want to supply tbo city with those
COO onvolopcs fur the treasurer ut lei.
In anothur culumn in The Hi i.i.eiin
C'UEaV HOAUDLMi. of this date will bo found the double col-
Itcgulnrboaidmat the Luroiiean hotel. umn ftd"f"sO'ent of Mr. J. Hurger, tho
Harry Walker proprietor, re.-i-l.e board nt ' entorpriiing dry goods merchant, whose
the rate or ?--'0 per month. 3-io.tf itore ii located on Commercial avenue
KFMOVM ; near the coruernf Ninth street. Mr. llur-
Mn. H. I. Ilo'rn wl.he.' to lufoiui herBir ollo, lu n certain line of goods
patrons aud the ladlea ol the city generallj, a" ",,!,lllot101- '' his advertiiement at
that she has removed her drcs-maklng lowor prices than any othor houso in tho
rooms, No. 1H to No. 103, next deor lo the city, (iivo liltn a call and prico his goods
Atbeneum,upftalr. (S.lui before purchai'lng oliowhere.
TO LET. Winter'! art gullnry is already recog.
An imfHrnished room with ''"l.-, ni,U. one or the Institutions ol Cairo,
pleasantly located, on I cutis. No. 40 . .. . , , , , '
between Walnut and Washington streets. ' 'nd' " J' "ovdri wuh patronf.
Itoff relicts I t'luirecl, A few day boanlei. ,Jn SI"dy the urtlst took furty.two neg
i au be accoiaiuiyjated also. C-lS-lit , "tives. Mr. Wintnr's jucturea are mod-
. . ' f.la nf (lift till nl ft,. . nl,n.' j .... .. .1 I . -
- ---'-t4' l'"wi nil, HUH ViU uaVU
on Division street, bet wren Twentieth
aud Tweuty-lirst sttcet., a two-.loiy house,
six rooms and summer kitchen. Apply at
Central hotel, or to O. 1'. 1 . j on, next door
lo premises-. u.0 tl
of tbo tamo sort In convenient packages
nnd all colors mixed ready for uso. It is
the mo-t durable, brilliant and economical
paint in tho world Why don't you buy
FLlt.NTI'l Ki: Foil SALE AND HOUSE
1 will sell at private .ale the follow Ing de
scribed goodf), to-vvlt: One sve:i octave
' piano (Juuies Vou's mikei, - line marble top
bureaus, l marble top wash stand. '2 line
j bedsteads. 1 tine wardrobe, 1 bathtub, 1 con
I tluelital seir-leedlng beating stove, 1 cotton
matress. y inatressus, I tumble, top centre
table, !1 lieatltin stove., 41 urds ot Itruiseis
carpet, '-I yards threo-pli carpet, '20 yards
two-pll carpet, 3 coal oil lamji. '2 castor...
4 vvashtub". 1 settee, 1 easy-chair, - sewing
machines (Wheeler A- WINon make), 'Jl
vards rag-carpet, nnd hoi .u to rent lo a
good tenant. L. H. Jl vr.r.s.
S E el It E THE S HADO W.
Have you visited Sehleslnger's new jiho
tjgraph gallery on Eighth street between
Commercial uud Washington avenues? It
I not, you should do so, and give the proprie
tor an opportunity to try his skill in taking
I or )ou :i perfect likeness and a splendid
' pictuic. Mr. Schlesinger'i gallery is littcd
I up iu the best style, with the Intention ol
j doing nothing but perfect work. The
ladles' drawing room is beautifully fur
' iil-hed, anil Ihe operating room has a sky-
. light unsurpassed by any In the West. Mr.
Hchlesingcr hopes ids many friends, who
I have herctolore given lo him their patron
! ape, will continue their favors. To them
ami the public generally ho extends an In
vitation to visit his rooms, whether desiring
work done at present or not, satlsiicd that
the uppcaranco ot his gallery, the many
conveniences he has procured Indeed, nil
the latest Improvements in his art and the
skill or an operator of great merit, lately or
London, Mr. Frank Locke Steele, wilt com
mand their pattonagc when they shall need
vvoi k lo be done. ibbi-lm.
TUESDAY. JFNE'.M, 1.-M-
h 0 O K !
L 0 0 K ! 1
0" . BURGEE,
COMMKIK'I.U, AVEXUi:, XKAlt COKXKIt NINTH SI'llKET,
Thoro will bo given under the auspices i
of tho Masonic Iraternlty, St. John s day, ,
A ll.VSkKI rn si'. I
At tho romantic grounJs near Tunnel
Hill on the Cairo and Vinceiine. railroad.. )Rr MOODft "NTOTTn'M"? UTVC
Masons, their friends and families are -I" Lt cA- V-VV.LO, L J I. O, A2J 1- V. .
courteously Invited to participate, but no
person will be permitted to attond unlesf
ho has llrst procured a tlckot from J
a Mason. A spoclal train will leave i
Seventh street, slopping at Twelfth, Foi.r
teenth, Eighteenth, Twentieth and Thirty-fourth
streets, at 8 o'clock a tn. Train
will return, leaving Tunnell Hill at 6 p.
m. The Delta Silver Cornet baud has
beon engaged. A baggage car In charge
of compotoot stewards will convey bas
kets. All articles should bo properly
marked with name In full. Fair for the
round trip, ono dollar. Tickets can be
had on application to the undoMlgnod
members of committee, vl.
J 0. Sciii.KisMsdm,
1'. O. Scum,
i-l.-td II. Ilmiv,
Oflirri Tor Sale
A groat variety of the following named goods.
w x s , r e RCAL i: s ,
LINENS. ORG AN PES,
G K EN A D I NES,
And a full line of
SUMMER DRESS GOODS AND SILKS.
l'AHASOI.3, EMllltOIDEIUES, MAltSAILLES, KTP
OHANDCEI.EIJItATION. 1'AIiADE AND '
FIUE CO. No.
4 OF CAIIIO
Cordially Invites the public gonorally to
join them In celebrating that glorious day
A grand tlmo is expected and all neces
sary arrangements, looking to thu comfort
and enjoytnont of the participants have
Tho celebration of the day will com
mence with grand pnrado beaded by tho
Delta City Cornet baud in which tho
wbsilo tlru department hai boun invited to
participate After tlio parade tliosu de
sirous of attending thu picnic, which
will be held in the groves of Kentucky,
opposite tbo city, will find the now,
powerful and commodious furry-boat
'Three States " at the landiug prepared
to take them ncross.
Parents can tako thclrchlldron and IV ol
perfectly safe in doing so, as tho high cat
tle guards of tho new furry inakei it
(imply Impossible for an accident to hap
pen. Thu boat is new, safo and reliable.
A fine dancing tloor forty feet in width
by fifty feet In length will be laid on thu
ground, " no sawdust," so that those do
siring to trip the "light fantastic '' can do
so to their hoarl's content. 1'rof, Eiien
burg's celobralcd string band will furnish
the music for tho occasion.
Necessary refreshments mII be on the
grounds in abundance. Come everybody
aud enjoy the holiday In good old picnic
TI.m !. '-.tWItles will end with a
grand ball at School's hall and garden.
Fare round trip on boat 50 cents.
Childron, with pironls free. '
Admission to ball. Geutlomeu 30 cents
each. T. M. Lov ci r,
W. H. Stonkk,
Committee of Arrangements
WHOLESALE AND It ETA II.
2STO. 7L OHIO XjiiV3B-
Retail and Present tio
Comer Washington Ave.
and Eighth att eel.
Of chumols aud rabbit illu
for weak luoi.
At HAI'.CLAY BK08.
C HLOK ATE
FOIt SOKE THROAT,
l'reparrd and sold
l)T HAKCLAY UEOfe
And Diilnfectaiiti (oralables
At UAHCI.AY UBOB.
And "I'ulvtrsa SUidard.'
At I1AR0I.AY BROS.
WORK ON THE M ISSISSI I'l'I CEN
TRAL EXTENSION GOES
WORK ON THIS END OF THE
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS ROAD
TO BE COMMENCED
SOl'TTI KILN HOTEL
so. si onto i,i;vi;i:,
CAIRO, I LL1NOLS
T went -live farm hands to dig and box
potatoes ; prompt, cash pay and good
rations or loard. Apply at 0. Greenlee's
store, Gooso Island. For particulars In
ipiirentNew Turk store. u-l'.i tf
Itl'AL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Two houses and thicc lots on the corner
of evcnth and Walnut streets. The houses
ale as nod as new, having been thoroughly
repaired Ibis last spijng. Will be sold at a
bargain. Enipiire ou the piciul.es, or at
V2: Commercial avenue. n-ll-iiw
BEST BFBINESS LOTS IN CAIRO.
One and two, block tin, corner ol Tenth
aud Levee strsets, so long eniUlied after
we now oflcr tor sale on east leimi. This
properly, as Is well known by lesldculsol
Cairo, Is for business purposvi, the veiy best
In the clly. For tcims, etc., iiiijulie ol
John (j. IIaiish.n .v Co.,
0-ia-tf. Real Estate lliokets, etc.
This popular hotel has been retilted and
reproved, and Is now one of the most com
lorlablc atopping places In thu city. The
travelling public and persons desiring
jdeasaut quartern by the week or mouth, will
always And them at the Commercial hotel,
Kateiof board hare been leducled as fob
low! l7 I'oard, $4 W per week; traniit,
f 1 tO per day; board aud loilthii', from ?3
to fVftr week. n
no heiitation in recommending him to tho
patronage of tho public. Tb gallery is
located on tho snath ndu of Sixth street,
between Waiblngton and Communial uv- I
enues, Duvii' building, up stairs. j
'I his l to iiitoun the neople ol Cairo I tint .
II, .1 iv I nt.'i .ehni'i-. n:isv . .- ..... '
...... . .-..v. t ,i- my litmiuu
I. utheru church ol this illy, ha -oeued a
school wheieln both thu (iermaii and Kn-
II. h languages will be taught, IT thcie are
those aiuiiig our American bom cltleiis
who with to have their children learn to
read, wilte and speak thu German language,
they now have an oppoilunlty to gratlty
that wish, Ituv, Duerschner is a thorough
German aud Eulls!) scholur, uud will spurc
noelloit lo m:ikj the school or which he Is
priuciiial a success,
llvurdtl of the lluAitnin- Diiiei nnii
S aluable leal estate coiislslnig ol lliiee
lots Irouting on Fifteenth stieet between
Walnut and Cedar; huge frame house neatly
now, two stories, three rooms on each Hour,
outhou.es, etc. For further parllculais en
ipiliv at the prciiii-c., Mm. V. Skuiiu.v.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, hits
just opened out a slock ot new and fashion,
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and tirty ditfeieiit stylesof hats and bonnets-,
bc.ldo a large aortuient ot ribbons, How-
era and notions ol all sorts, nil ol which wli 1
c sold at the lowest prices, I
IvY.S AVI ON TO THE FRONT. I
Mi. .lames Kyn.iston, whose lepututioti as
a initeher Is par excellent with the people
ol this city, Is about to open a new meat i
shop near the comer of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth street, next door lo Mr. Put
llui-rsgroceiy stole. It IsawelUnown and
ailiiowledged f ict that Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing his lone experience In tho meat Im.i. -
TO-MORROW AT THE PLANTERS
WAKEHOUSE-TH E LARG EST
SALE OF THE SEASON.
Meitrs. Straughn A Hinkle, at the
l'lantors' Tobacco warehouse, will offer
for tale to-morrow tho largest quantity of
tobacco placed upon tho brakes at any ono
timo this nonsnn It rnmprilul nearly
evory variety of tobacco, from tho host to
that which Is not so good. The sale will
commonce tit 10 o'clock, when a good
board of buyers are expected to bo present.
Police business dull,
Clear the street crossings.
County court Is still in session.
Busluess of all kinds is nt a stand
Tho Hibernians will celobrato on tho
Masonic picnic at Tunnell hill, on the
0. and V. railroad, Juno 'Jl
Tho mayor and stroet committee
weru out vlowlng sidewalks yesterday
Wator-ooolers aud refrigerators- are
favorite articles of household utility, Just
Logan Sloopor'a "pall" eutno to town
yesterday. Lwk out, Shores I More dev
iltry iu the wind.
A uuw house is gulng up on Walnut
street, at tho corner of Twenty-second
street. Honrlck is doing tho work.
Capt. Sam Orr has purchased of
Mr. Ent tho Walnut saw-mills. Capt.
THE ENTIRE LINE TO BE IN RUN
NING ORDER BY SEP
THIS MlsSIShim C'KNTRAr..
From Mr. John Shecban, who is em
ployed as boss over a gaug of men on the
MIssississIppi Centrnl oxtonsion, we learn
that work ou tho road is being pushed
forward as rapidly as possible, and tbat a
largo force of mon are now at work with
in a few miles of this city. Thero is no
doubt that the road will be completed by
the 1st of September. Tho work of tress
ling the low grounds betwocn Cairo and
Dupoister'a has been commenced, and
will be completed iu a short time.
CAIIIO AND XT. LOUIH UAII.llOAD.
Wo understand tbat track-laying on
this end of tho Cairo and St. Louis rail-1
road will bo commenced iu a fow days,
The road has boon, or will boloro tho end
of tbo present week, bo completed to j
Murpbysboro, Jackson county, nnd trains
vill run regularly between tbat placo arid
It Is the Intention ot tho contractor
upan tho completion of that portion of
tin road referred to, to transport all their
laborers, materials, etc, to Cairo, where
trick-laying will bo commenced, and the
balanco of the road placod In running
order in a very short timo.
That tho road will bo completod by tbo
timo agroed upon thoro is no reasonable
This, wo aro sure, will bo welcome news
t) tho pooplo of Cairo, who havo so long
and anxiously Bwalted tho completion of
Has been ic-oponcil, refurnished and reno
v atoil, and Is now in excellent rendition for
the entertainment of the public. It Is In
every way a first-class hotel.
Day board t 4 30
Hoard aid lodging, from. . 3 lo 7 Ou
Transient, per day I 3)
COM M I HH I O X l f. Ut.' II A .M M.
C. M. ALMK.vTuO
FLOI'R AND COMMISSION
No. 133 Ohio Lkvkk, - CAIRO, TLLS
r-7 i ni '
ness.u , sc. . , never onere. to hi. custom. j()rr b, ,ml ttUei,tion to tho
els ail thing but the choicest of every Hud 1 ... h '
of meat. He U a good judge of cattle, and ,n,lli- , , ... ,,,,,
buys nothing but the voungest and liittes-. ' If cleanliness is godliness, thou th-J II
and as a con.i'ipiencu has the best of heer. ' ll"ul- Central Rullroad coinpauy is the
The same may be said ot every kind ofmctt ' "t impious corporation In tbo universe.,
sou by Mm. Giv e him atilal, and our word At luait ono would think so to look at tbo
lor it von will alwavs be plunked n-lsdi i, rud itrlji
HOT WEATHER IS COM
ING KEEP COOL.
Refrigerators at from $18 lo
$o0. ke chests at 11, 13,
Slo, 17, 20, etc. Heer cool
ers at Cincinnati retail prices
water coolers, ieo cream freez
ers, wire cloth for window
screens, bath and foot tubs,
charcoal furnaces, charcoal by
tho bushel, barrel, etc., at
Beehwaht, Okth tScCo's.,
I'll Ih. HOWARD,
CIS j National Bank Itiilldlua;.
ga,Hpeelal attention paid to orlra from Mss.ro
boil nUlil or iiav
JIYIjAXI) & SAUER,
AND JIEALXIIB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th stroet and Commercial avenu
next door to the Ilyland saloon,
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND UKAU.lt IN
Kiouth Stbbkt, Bktwbkn Wabui.nqtojv
Adjolnlosi Ill'lriibousis and lliiuii-r 'si
Kei the bast or lloi-l, I'ork, Mutton Val.
Lamb, Sauittte, etc, snd rn pre psru'i to ssrTf
oltlienaln (be most wreptiMn maouur.
JOJIX S.M ITU ,
(Successor to James K) hasten,)
Butoukh anij Dbalkrin all Kinds or
COItNIlt NlNKlKNTII A.VIl PorLAIt STB.,
Iluyt and slaughters only the best cattle,
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to All any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds,
JOHN Ii. l'HLLIS & SUN,
(Huoctttors to John b. Phllln,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
TEN Til -ST. a) OHIO LEVE
OAIUO. XX. LI.
Z. V. UATHUSS.,
AND CI BJT KB A I,
Commissi on Merc han ts
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
d A t a m
Ohio Livaa Oaho, III
CAIRO CITY COAL
I. pratmr..! le "V'ot " th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS5
muo Lvior,tHlf CoiV Yard below the
S Tt'harlit Hotel, wBl receive prompt alien.
iwstde to .tenn at any hour.