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CAIRO DAILY JJVLLETIN, Kill DAY, .1UNE JO, 1873
Wsi mMM -rlr. -.i Mt.
a it) . ..!
raMMMto Bs.llee.ai BsalMtas,
Dick PlDgerald has about completed
the werk of lowering th sidewalk about
Hay wurM ry pssTy
? Mw-tmrmn A T Ti
I le Mi Mart cat Rrate
1 MfMr mtm tks l.ersel
MO OBANGK OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
rs. i - ijijuiu v -
ONLY ONE CHANGE OT CAR.S
OM CAIRO TO
CMaeleaetl. I?i!i2i .,.
1 SeJtTmire, rnllaJeipnlA, New York.
'Boston and ell points east.
tfllv.Usis. Jsnsstllle, , Ma-tlsnn,
tin U also lb cnlj direct routs to
(Lack IsUnd, U t"ll.
Jai. Kynaston will open hl new meat
market Jon Saturday morning, when lie
will odor for tale a choice lot of mcts.
The placo.to buy wall paper 20 per cent.
cheaper than any other place In the city Is
No. 2, Seventh street. Try It. II. Ant..
The lumber for tho tit eldowalk on
Fifteenth atriot botweon "Washington ave
nue and Walnut street, It on the ground
and tho work will bo complulod in n few
New flock and new t les ol wall paper
paints, ollt, window glass, etc., etc., at II. K.
.Melt'' new store, Washington avenue and
Klcventh street. Call and ceo the latest
styles In wall paper before purchasing else
K. M. Ward Is nowpioparcd to deliver the
best ol awed and split hickory wood, to any
J part of the city. Also nil kinds uf wood and
! coal always on. hand. Leave orders at hi
1 otllcc, cornir .Sci!ntecntli lroct and Com
mercial avenue. a-'Ji tf.
aSSST Dubuqtt. . Siout Ultj,
Omahs tad all point normwui.
Eleeant Drawing Room Sleoplng Ca
On eUWgbt Trains.
HP Checked to all Important points.
fM tleksts end information, apply to I. C, ILK
rf.polsl elroi on ord tnMrsnsit stssiner b
tveee Oolumbas and Cairo, and at tn princips
rellroeJtlekst oOcm throughout th south.
W. P.JOHNSON, Hn,i Pass. An'r. Chicsio.
A. Mitcatu, Gen'f.Bap't. Chlco.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF T1MK.
r.uenger tralnt on the Illinois Central
ehu time to-day. From and alter '1M
.. to-day trains will run at lollows:
Xxpress. dally :! a. m.
Mall, except Sunday ....V.00 p. in.
Kxnrcss, dally except Sunday . 'J:10 p. in.
Uil, ..WiW night.
SUNDAY EXCL'RS IONS. 1
J On and after Sunday, May 25. an cxciir-
lun train win ue run ccu ou u"
flro and Vincennet tailroad, between
Cairo and Mound City, a tollowi : I
J.eaveM10itT. Arrive at Culro.
8 a.m. ' a.m.
4:30 pu. 4unp.ni.
Leave Cairo. Arrive at MM City.
0 a.m. VSW a.m.
1 p.m. T:0 p.m.
Far for the round trip, fifty ccnt.
Crarlks 0. Wood, (Un'l Ticket Ag't.
RAILROAD TIME TAULE.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS H. It.
On and after Monday, June 9, 187:1, tralim ,
will run dally, except Sunday, between
reemleld's landing and filkettou, Scott
eeuntj, Mlttourl. at tollo w i :
Leave Greenield't 10:00 a.m. and 5:30 p in.
Arrive " 0M " " 5:lu "
Charlctton 10:40 " " 0:10 "
Blketton 7.10 p.m. U-C tf
CAIRO AND VINCENNE3 RAILROAD
Tralni now leave Calr and Mound City ai
fallows : . .
Leave Cairo. Leave Montm Oty.
7:4ia.B. 7:10 a.m.
' VI a. l-.Kip.tu.
Ciias. O. WOOD, Uen'l Ticket Ag't.
AlEO AND VINCENNKS RAILROAD
On and after Monday, February 0, lS7n,
rlni on the C. and Y. railroad will run u
Wohavo received from Rockwell & Co..
three pieces of vocal mutic, "Come Holy
.Spirit," ''Hod Ukfi Our Home'' and
"Whljper Hoftly, Mother's Dying," from
j tho popular publtihor ) L. Puloro, llroad-
way, New York.
I A council of inlnlttora of the Uaptiat
1 persuasion, for tho trial of Rur, T. .1.
Shore, was in teuton in tho colored Motb
' odist church in thU city yesterday. Logan
Sleeper was tpokexraati of the meeting
and run matters to suit himself.
Not lets than h doon teamt are
cmp'nyed in hauling dirt to fill the wash
In Ohio leveo between Twelfth and Four
tocnth itreets. The earth it obtained out
tide tho MinitMppi luvce opposite Tenth
street. It will bu an " all summer' job'
to till the wah.
rOMUK COL RT
John (-'. Kctcnbtitg ha at his old stand a
rrcat variety of thn lOiniontt lunmls of
clgare. Lovers of the weed nhould try file
clear Havana, which arc tindoiibto lly the .
bettclcnr In till mirlut v.. m ivhn liii I
tried them ever calls for anything cl-c, for "litl0 l" proviout wore but few and
all good Judges ot cigars pronouuee them for the utual offences " plain drunka,"
In the police court yeitorday thare was
but little buslnote done. The arrests
" Mt. Carmel..
t:15 p. m. le
5:10 " ar.
, 2:2J "
, 3:01 '
Kx- Md. City
.rave Vlncennes... 7:o0a. m.
MLCaruiel.. 8:2:! "
' Carml 0:53 "
NorriCity..l0it2 " .
" Eldorado.... 11W9 '
" Mound City.. 4I p. m. 7:00 a. m. le.
Arrive Cairo tSH " 7:'i' " ar.
Connecting at Vlncennc with tho ludl
tad Evanivllle and Cravfordr lllo mllruads ;
uMt. Cannel with the Ixniitvillc and New
Albany airline; at Carml with the at. LouU
aad Souibeatteru ; at N'orris City the hpring
Sold and Illinois Southeastern ; ut Eldorado
with the Bhawneetowu branch of the t.
Louis and Southeastern', nt Culro with tLt
Mobile and Ohio railroad transfer boat, Him
tteamera for Memphis, Red lUver, Vlcki
burg and New Orleans.
CHA8. O. Voon, flen'l Ticket Ag't.
Jko. Lex, Jit., Sup't.
LOCAL tTEATUEK HEl'OHT,
U. S. Sio.8iui.,onsKkVERsOrncK. )
Caiiio, June , loli, ly-.il p.m. J
Thermometer 77 dtgrcct.
Wind, touth, vclocitj 1 mile ptr
Maximum temperature Ul
4 p.m., 64 degrees.
Minimum temperature, lat
a. m., 70 degrees.
Wnlnut strout near Lorolto auadeniy, Is
in an impassablo condition for wagont or
buggies. Even tho sidewalk bat bcun
uted fur a road until it is in at bad a tlx at
the road. It will require considerable
time and cipeuae to repair this place' but
it ought to bu done.
This morning at tho l'lnnters' Tobacco
warehouse thoro will be placod upon tbo
brakes fifty hogsheads ol tobacco fur into.
Among it there is nt fino tobacco as hat
been utl'ered for sale during the season, A
good board uf loruign and local buyers
wilt be in attendance.
lla.:ks lorthe CairJ, Arkanus and Tc.va
railroad, Parting irom White A Orccr'n
store, corner ol Sixth Mrcet and Ohio levee,
run as follows:
Leave at 8 a.m.
' 4 p.m.
Arrive in city at 10 u.m.
" ' fip.m.
cs tf John Mkykrs, Agent.
((Mutt of our tnercbanta and commiition
men are just at this period having " plenty
time to do nothing." liusincss is and has
been for some time past very dull. Uut
Cairo Is not the only city stricken with
this complaint ol dull tlmot, for if wo may
Judge by what wo read, St. Louis, Mem-
phii, Louisville, Cincinnati, and even
Chicago aro in tho same condition, it not
the flnion-iiurc Havana of a superior ipial
Ity. Ten ennts n piece, or f 7 f per UK).
Stand on Eighth Mrcet, near Ohio leee.
Thl Is to inlorm the people of Cairo that
Itcv. C. Uiicrschner, pattor of the (Icrman
Luthcru church uf this city, li.it opened a
school whrrclu buth !bc (leriuan and Eng
llsh language will be taught, lr there arc
tlnie among our American born tlllcns
who w Mi to hae their children learn to
read, write and upcak the Oeriii.iu language,
they now have au opportunity to gratify
that wlMi. Rev. Uuerschucr I a thorough
(Icrman and English scholar, and will spare
noetlort to iinka the school or which he Is
principal a success
lly order of the Hoaiih ok Dikkctoks.
1 1-0 lm
There is no doubt that much of the sick-
nost which atlllcts tho pcoplo of citios pro
ceeds from lllthy cellars, yards, out-housei,
stye, etc. These places are neglected by
many, ns are othor duties, from pure
thoughtlessness, whllo others novur dream
uf paying any attention to them. Thert
are several remedies fur this must
unhealthy condition of things that can bo
easily npplied. Tho llrst is to put ono piut
or tho llquur uf chlorldo uf zinc into
one bucketful of wtor nnd ono pound
of chlorldo of lime into anothor bucketful!
of water, add and iprinklo it over decayed
vcgetahlo matter, for this purpoio nothing
surpassos itjjndeod it it a perfect deodor
izer. The second is to tnko four pounds
of sulphato of iron or copperas and dis
solvo It in a bucketful of wator. This
will in most c.nei prove a sure romody in
doitioying all oironiivo odor. Tho third
is to tako slinplo chlorlilo of limu hiid
sprinkle in dump cellars, over heaps of
filth, dirty yardt, etc. Any of thcte rem
edies can bo procured at either uf tho
drug storct,and as fur ni prices gonro with
in Jlho .roach of everyone Tho laobr or
cleansing ono't premises by cither one of
these remedies is trilling, and tho expense
is not worth mentioning. If it were ten
tirnoi greater, tho labor and expense
should bo willingly incurred.
'disorderly conduct," otc. The chain
gang received one or twu recruits,
County court assembled at the usual
hour yesterday morning, but owing to the
absenco uf sovoral of tho otllccra of the
court but litllo business was transacted.
There was mi session of the court in the
Court will mout at 'J o'clock ibis morn
ll.t.l.NOta CXNTKAI. ItAII.IIOAtl Co. I
AOKM'h Ofi'ict;, Caiiio, Juuu 17, lM:t. )
To persons wishing to attend the Saenger
le.it to be held at Dubuipie, from Juno 20 to
21, Inclusltc, wo will lelt excursion tickets
to Dubtupio and tcturu ut 18 ."0. .Hale or
tickets will commence June 1??, and be dis
continued June 'ii. Tickelv gouil tri leturu
until JuueUd, IncluiUe,
0-17 41 .Iamks JoilNiOV, Agent.
Caihu, lilt., June 17, 187.1.
Mr, iIuiin C. Wiiitk 1 hcicby tender
my grntuful thanks for the prompt pay
ment made by you as agent uf tho Olube
Mutual Life Insurance company uf New
York, of $2,000, tho nmount of the policy
held in said company by my late husband'
Yours respectfully, Fur.nr.niK.t lln.sr.
A OOOI) INVESTMENT.
A rare chance is ottered to some man
with money to invest in good paying
property in the most dcsirablo part of tho
city. Two lute, 50 foot front on the ave
nue, house, 3 sturiet. Two largo stores
can be fitted up ou tbo llrst floor, the up
per stories aro well arranged for olllces or
dwellings. Fur further particulars en
quire of John Q. Haiiuan A Co.,
(i-l-tf Roal Ertnto Agents, Cairo, Ills.
THE (ILOrtK LirK INSURANCE
The follow! le from the New York
Ktunlng 'ExprUli' I
Tht Glob Life it doln a good, iaf,
all oath buslneai, adding over one-half
million each auoceedlng vear to H re
tained accumulated assets," for tho future,
guarantee of all the policies istuod. The
euccese of the Globe hat alto been marked.
Having itarWd In 1801, It now has 30,-1
O2l,0Ga of iniurance in forco, an Incomo i
or !,535,6u2, and 3,8l0,!i8 of, accumu-
-v. L'Bin uilll IDA U1T
P E R A 8 ,
C AR110LA T E
P 10 R M A 1 G
mendt n,t i... .1,1
i? orInl''tlon of the company. Mr. !
a liny Freeman, th veteran life Iniur-,
uDnerwrtier or America, ttartea mo
Olobe on the all-caeh nlan. and still retains
me presidency. It has aboard of directors '
composed of torn of the most responsible
and euccossful merchant of this city.
John C. White, whoso olllco it at tbo
comer of Klovonlh ttreot mi Commercial
avenue, Is the general agont of this reliable
company. All losses within his district
aro promptly paid by him.
Mr. Uui.nn-l haito t. ,,ay my
davolre to Mr. Devoro and although I am ,
not personally acquainted with the gentle
man, mutt fervently pry that the sul
phurous flames ha Invokes may never d-'
vour Dovore. 1 would like to accommo
date the gentleman, but must reipectfully ,
docltno pitching Into tllo city during the 1
preiuul hoateJ term. Couldn't think of I
tiring up any new ttitikt until several
thousand uf the old unet are abated. Now
If I only poiieseod ono half the capability
for raising L about the sidewalks that .Mr
D. has of raising h with them, I should
consider myself fully compotent to run
that eclebratod concern. Hut I don't a-
tiro. Inate rnodctty, a retiring disposi
tion, and n n abundant flow of the milk of
human kindness unfit me for the position.
nover could keep the vilest sinners that
ver utterly refused to return, in such a
lingering statu of torment at thoso poor
mortnle have endured who wore obliged to
tumble over that most ingoniously com
plicated and diabolically infernal eerles ot
obstructions which he wlthotbere estab
lished and kept so long bofore tbo public
on Walnut street. Tuat Felluw.
ca r no Lie
C II I. 0 R I D E
B R 0 M 0
0 F L 1 M
A X A T
ACID P OWDE R
C II Ii 0 IULU M .
'H l.s f V D. f 'V A S II
O F L I M E ,
P 0 W I) E RED C II A it C 0 A h
I'OiS S-iVXj'lD -A.T LOW 3? .RICES
ID "JEit TJ.G- GISTS,
rollNKIt WASHINGTON AVK.VI'K AND ICltlllTII STIIKKT.
2STO. 74.- OI-IIO LlkVIE K
A hniifc, 8 rooms and 5 closets, with one
lot and a half, comer or Twcnty-ilrst and
l'ophtr Ktivcts, on eay terms. Fur further
lnformatiui, ajiply on the prcmicv
A cabinet organ, as good its m
lir-t-class manufacture will be sold low and
on cay terms by applying to
Mas. M. J. Dkwey,
Cor. Washington Ave. und Fourteenth it.
THE PATRONS OF THE
WHEELER & WILSON bEW-
Th.) only authori.ed agent uf this
machino in Cairo is Robert J. Foster,
whote ollieo it on the corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue In Daniol
Harlman'e store. J. C. Canon is not
I authori.od to adjust or repair my machines
! and parties must not look to mo If their
nd nl ' machines are injured by.hlm.
St. I.nuis. Juno 20, 1S73. -21-lw.
Fine white; single and double X amber
singlo and double X Canary, best juallty of
manilla, blue letter, etc., etc. uO.OOO ' for
sale, pi intcd nt i'J 50 to I) ."0 per thousand,
at the ilL'LLXtix Ol'rilK,
i Farmers complain ttmt th? frequont
ruins are doing them great damage. They
have in many localities been unable to put
I seed corn in .the ground, and where
' plauting has been done and the seed grew,
it now needs working badly, but the earth
i is su full of water thut H is impossible to
I give it anything like proper attention. It
is to be hoped that the "flood-gates" will
bo closed for awhile, at lnst, and give our
farmers a chance to get their crops in
A new hotel hii been opened In the lar:c
houe located on the corner ol Seventh
street atid Washington avenue. It WJll be
known as Uftiwn's hotel, and pruprielored
by Mr. Urown, whose reputation as a hotel
keeper is well-known In this city. The
house has been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and is in every way tirt-cla;s,
The tables are at all times furni-hed -with
the bent the season atTordr, and the charges
liberal, being only ?l 50 per day. Mr.
Urown sollclu and deerv' a thare of the
public patronage. 7-1 M
On DlvMmi street, between Twentieth
and Twcuty-tirst streets, a two-story house,
-lx rooms and uinnicr kitchen. Apply at
Central hotel, or to O. P. Lyon, next door
to premie. tl-10 tf
Twenty. five farm hands to dig and box
potatoes ; prompt, cash pay und good
rations or loard. Apply at O. Greenlee's
store, Oooso Island. For particulars in
quire at Now York store. 0-1'J tf
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Two houses and three loll un the corner
of Seventh and Walnut ctrcetn. The houses
are as good as new, having been thoroughly
repaired thl last pring. Will be told ut a
bargain. Enquire uu the prcmUcs, or at
12ft Commercial uvenue. 0-ll-2w
Valuable real etate con-Ming ol three
loU lronting on Fifteenth street between
Walnut and Cedar; large Iramo hou'c nearly
new, two storle-, three rooms on each floor, j
quire at the piemi-e. .mhs. t. sk.uiiia.v. i
FCRNITCRi: FOR SALE AND HOUSE
1 will sell at private sale the following de
scribed goods, to-wit: One seven octave
piano (.lames Vou'e mukc), 2 fine marble top
bureaus, 1 marble top wash stand, 2 line
bedsteads. 1 fine wardrobe, 1 bathtub, 1 con
tinental sclf-lccdlng heating stove, 1 cotton
mutrcss, 3 matresses, 1 marble lop centre
table'tl hcatlnir stoves, 41 yards or Itruscels
carpet, 21 yards thrce-pll carpet, 20 yards
two-pll carpet, 5 coal oil lamps, 2 cantors.
4 washtubs, 1 settee, 1 casy-chalr, 2 aewlng
machines (Wheeler & Wilson make), 24
yards rag-carpet, and hoise to rent to a
good tenant. L. 11. MYxr.s.
IOT WEATHER IS COMING-
Refrigerators nt from 18 to
SfoO. Ice chests at 81 1, 813,'
$15, 17, $20, etc. Ueer cool
ers at Cincinnati retail prices
water coolers, ice cream free.-
i i .
ers, wire clotn lor window
screens, bath and foot tubs,'
charcoal furnaces, charcoal by
he bushel, barrel, etc., at
Jeekwart, Okth t&.Co's.,
13G Commercial Ave. : DH.
KYN ASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynaston, whose reputation us
a butcher is par excellent with the people
of this city, Is about to open a new meat
shop near the corner or Commercial avenue
and Twentieth street, next door to Mr. Pat
Hurt'- grocery store. It Is awcll tnown and
actnowledged fact that Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing his long experience In the meat busi
ness In this city, never offered to hii custom
ers anything but the choicest of every Zind
of meat. He Is a good Judge of cattle, aud
buys nothing but the youngest and (attest,
I and as a con-equenco has the best of beef.
The same may be said of every kind of meat
' sold ly him. Give him atrial, and our word
! tor It, jou will ulwava be pleased. C-lS-tt
i A negro, a prisoner in the county jail,
I hour., at1 w" uken wlln tm"!tblnG Tliry
Imuch Ilk the cholera about 12 o clock
Tuesday night. He ws horribly cramped,
1 and everyone who has bad a "griping in
Prevailing wind lat 21 hours, south. 1 tbo guts " knows that if there is a time
Total number of mile wind travelled, Ust
24 hours, 170.
Rainfall last 21 hours, M Italic
Edwin Oakland. Observer
SHOO FLY 1 DON'T RODDER ME!
Oct one of .ffcindinger's fly exterminator
at HEKItWAItT, 01(111 i. Co.
hon one feels like "yelling at the top of
. his voice," it is just about that time,
'fbis ws,i the case with the darkey, but
j to say that be "yelled don t half express
it. JaiUr Fitzgerald came to bis relief,
and after stuffing a whole bottle of pain-
killer down bis throat, succeeded lu trir.j;.
I ing him out nil right. He n wull now.
SECURE THE SHADOW.
I .m. ul. A. C..KlAfatnf.r-a ntl' r,lin
I to'-raiili L-allerv on Eighth street between
Commercial aud Washington avenues? If
. . . .A , .... . I. .. ....... n
. . noi, tuu suuuiu uu bip, nun i;nc iuc iumi-
NEW (JOODs. tor an opportunity tatrj' his skill in takln;
Mrs. Anna Lamr on Eiirhth street, between of you a perfect llkenes and a splendid
Commercial and Washington avenues, ha-' picture. Mr. Scblcslugcr's gallery l fitted
lust opened out a stock ot" new and fashion-1 up in the best style, with the intention of
idle inllllnerv oiU. .Sim hm one hundred 1 dolna nothing but perfect work. The
and fifty diflercnt styles of hati and bohnets, , Ltillcs' U rawing room Is bcautiruliy rur
be.ide a larire a-ortment ot ribbons, flow- nlshed, and the operating room has a sky
ers and notion ot all sorts, all ol whi-h wil 1
Regular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rate of 120 per month. Mo-if
Mrs. H. I.
Horn withes to
A thorough knowledge of une's business
I is the greatest assurance of success. It is
I a notowortby fact that Dr Shorrnan of St
Iouis sine more thoroughly mastered that
t furm of chronic diseases which frequently
atrone and the ladles ol the city generally, I re,i,u tue hest skill of tho medical pro
resiion than any other physician of tho
Western country. His modo of treat mout
completely eliminates tho disease from
the ij stem, preventing Its recurrence in
secondary forms, The doctor is an hon
orable aud trustworthy gentleman, and
between Walnut and Washington streets. the afflicted may rely upon him with ei-
References required. A few day boarders tire confidence. See his advertisement in
can be accommodated also. C-13-flt another column, .
that the has removed her Uiess-makin
reoms, No. 134 to No. IOj, next door to the
. TO LET.
An unfurnished room
Pleasantly located, on
be "tld at the lowest prh ea.
As warm weather is approauung the
losers ol ke cream will he glsd to leirn Uit
Mcr.. Haup A- Clarkton have fitted up ami '
refurrilihcil, in eteinl st)le, their ire errra
pstlors. Their mammoth soda fountain hs
been put in running ordtr, and Mtbin
is wanting about tht t.Uhll.hm-r,t to unit
the i.l- iiire and comlort of thir Wffwss
I f urnplele i-li-tl
I OIIE HUNDRED MEN WANTED.
One hundred men wiritd to vr,ri os, ds
Mississippi Central rsllrosd, str. suk
ontewet of Dresden, 'fenn,
twelte rok,red rn'-n for fjainsurs, by
hau A Tolcr, eonlrattors. hw( ;
given and frre transp'irutlqn luiuitk'.'i
Applj lo M. lit has,
Proprietor Mn-liine txiardnii; tutuv.,
airu Illinois. -)Z-U
riTimrrVH'0 tIT rUio withont this J.inimmt. 'Hio money
l)J.l. IIIIIII . yeapt. It has nuvir fundi 1 unb-sn tti r ir,'.,,.. . '
ret Ut five irksl -at 'c. ;u, and I m-nted. R mro and irtt the ,., !,,!
o. jus i u BMitu wui pauaeia i,,rail jlf.A.ltJAX MI STAXi 1.VSIMVSV
xtes-nal Wounds, Cut, Btu-ns, Sw.HiA.ga, Sold by all IiniwZOiSB&
Bnrains, Rruises for Man und at 25o' 50o. and 1.00 pr Uttle, NU
Semet. N.i Orally should be a .Ingle day I atyU-. .U. of bottle . ' -uur,
JOY TO THE AFFLICTED ' I MMltloji MKBCiiASfTH.
0. M AI.DKN Jfc CO.,
CHA LLENfsKS TI1K WOULD
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. f
S V PH I LITIC ERA DICATO It.
FLOUR AND COMMISSION
Fourth of July.
PARADE AND PICNIC;
This preparation Is acknowledged to be !
superior to all known medicine as a sure o. 3o Ohio Lkvke, -aud
certain cure for syphilis in all Its forms, t 0-7 lm
no lustier now ucpioreuie me condition of
the patient. It Iscntlrely vegetable. It can
be taken In all conditions of the system, and
with safety, also, In connection with other
medicine, It the patient desires. The re
cipe, from which this preparation was mado,
was obtained fiom an old physician In South
i America, In 1822, by Dr, Sherman, Sr., who
has used It with unparalleled success in the
treatment ol svnhills. not only excltlm: the
admiration and astonishment or leadline citi
zens, but or the medical faculty, aud has
saved the lives of many allllcted when given
up as past hope by skillful and eminent phy
sicians. One hottle will satisfy the greatest skeptic
as to its superiority user all uthcr prepara
tions, nuwr In nss.
t Price, i per bottle. Sent to any part of
the L'nlted States by express, l'rpared and
sold only by
The Oreat Specialist,
No. ." Christy Av " St. Louis, Mo.
JOLIN H. P11LLLS & SOiN,
(Buocsssors to John H. Hbllli.,)
DEALERS IN II AY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, Sic.,
TENTU-ST. ami OHIO J.EVE
(MI bO. ILUI.
MATHUSS i UUL
) 0 VIII.
BESTIiUBINESS LOTS IN CAIKO.
One and two, block rive, comer ol Tenth I
and Levee streets, to long enquired after
we now offer lor sale on easy terms. This
properly, as It well known by residents ol
Cairo, Ii forbuilucss purposes, Ihr very best
In the city. For terms, etc., enquire ul
John Q. Haioux a- Co.,
OlS-lf. Real Estate llrokci J, tic.
Toll popular hotel haf been refitted and
tnprovet), and ii now one of the most com
tollable flopping placet in the city. Tho
travelling publio and persons desiring
plratm' qtiartera by the week or month.wlll
alwaya lad than at the Couuuerclal hotel.
if board have been reducted as fob
Jvre: Day board, 4 10 per week; transit,
1 M 99T day; board and lodging, from $5
ImKftV week. Mm M. J. Whitk,
Mr. A. HUck of the shoe stoic lias Just
received his second stock ot summer shoes
and slippers tills season, and l now opening
a Hue of goods which for Ulo and work
manship cannot be excelled in the southern
part uf the state, As heretofore, he nukes
It a speciality always to keep oil, hand the
I latest styles of ladles', initios' und chlldi en's
shorn and slippers of llrolaski's renowned
custom work, which he sells at prices rang
ing linn blower than eastern work can bu
purchased elewhere, as there Is no Jobbers
between him ami tho manufacturers, Ills
stock of gents' and youths' congress gaiters,
buckle shoe.1, Prince Alberts, Edwards and
Alexis, au entirely new style, is very large
and vurled, and will suit the most fustid
ioui. He would particularly request the
gentlemen to luipeet his line of suoei be
lore they desire to puii'hsse or have trade
elsewhere. 6-17 4t
(in-. Ilrim, 'nth street, near Ohio kits,
has just lilil out a considerable sum ot
ruouc) in repainting, ptpcting, and lu niry
way repairing his barber shop, and his Is
now one of the nli-cst, if not the nicest ton
sorlal establishment lu Cairn. Helm em.
riots nonu but lirst-tlas workmen In hi.
shon. and we venture to sav the two w.m, , 1 he has first
men who now hold sltiivtions there, cmnot ' a Mason. A
he excelled in their calling by any other
barber or bathers in tlic city. Try them.
SHININO I'l' ON ThTlEVEE.
The front of the Firt National bank
building but recently been painted, and
now, Miller A l'arkcr aro painting the ad
joining building with the celebrated
Averlll Chemical paint. 11. t, Molgs doe
tho work, and N, E, Way it Co., gonoral
commission merchants, Sixth slroot, fur
nish tho paint. They have plenty more
of the tame tort in convenient packages
and all colon mixed ready for uto. It it
tbo most durable, brilliant and economical
paint In tho world. Why don't you buy
some'' tt, 0-16. id
light unsurpassed by any In the West. Mr.
Scblesiuger hopes his msny friends, who
have heretofore given to htm their patron
ace, will continue their favors. To them
and the public generally be extends an In
-Alallon to visit his norns, whether desiring
work ilone at present or not, satbtled that
the pprn's ot bis gallery, the many
onis.nifcr.M-i be his procured indeed, all
the liU.l i;rois,!!.nts in his art and the
1HI ttt ti fnv,i ul sreat merit, lately of
, Isttslt.-K, Ml. i'ntt Lotke St-s:Ie, will r.'im
.'.V(m( m.tsw i-av whn th-y hsll need
Wl lA v. rrm
1 l'E4DAV, JI'NE UTS.
. - - -
Tr v all r given ut.der the auspices
of the Mnonif. frateLity, Ht. John's day.
.J jbt Jl,
a nxmti l-irxli,
At His rornstitic grounds near Tunnel
Hill on the Cairo an I Vincennoi railroad,
Masons, their friends aud families are
''ourleously invited to participate, but no
p'irion will be permlltel to attend unless
procured a ticket from
spocial train will leave
fvjventh street, stopping at Twelfth, Four
teenth, Eighteenth. Twentieth and Thirty-fourth
streets, at U o'clock a.m. Train
will return, leaving Tunnel! Hill at & p.
in. Thq Delta Silver Cornel band bat
been engaged, A baggago car in chargo
of computunt stewards will convey bas
kets. All articles ihould bo prnporly
marked with narno in full. Fair for thu
round trip, ono dollar. Tickots can be
hud on application to tbo undersigned
members of committee-, viz:
J. 0. RCIILKMINOCR,
. UcasiAK MlYKBS,
r.. yj. UIII.,
Hibernian Fire Company
NO. OF CAIRO, ILLS
Cordially Invites the public gc uerally to Join
them in celebrating that glorious day. A
grand time Is expected and all necessary
arrangements, looting to trie comrort, aim
enjoyment ot the participants, have been
perfected. The celebration of the day will
commence with a
Headed by the 1
DELTA CITY CORNET I5AND j
In which the whole Are department has
hen Invited to pariieipate. After the pa
radn those desirous of attending the picnic,
which will he held in the
CHRONIC DISEASES TREATED ONLY
T1IE OI.DE1T I)IPENSART IN THE
CITY KSTAHLlrillED 1S.VJ.
Experience can be relied upon. It Is lelf
evident that a physician treating thousatitls 1
or cases every year acquires great skill.
Hundreds ot cases or chronic diseases
treated successfully during the past year,
which have battled the skill ot some of the ,
most eminent physicians throughout the 1
Consultation rree. Charges low. All cor
respondence strictly contldenii.il, Dispen- I
sary open from 8 a.m. to 11 p,m, "Sundays,
I0a;m. toTp.in- S-Sldly .
Commissi on Merc han ts
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUOE
OHIO l ltTtlt.
GHOVKS OF KE.VTL'UKV
Opposite th, rltr, will (ind'tln; new
ful and ciuiiuodlous rcrrybnut
At the lauding prepared to take them across,
i'arents can take their chlldrcu and reel
perfectly safe In dolnx so, an the hluh cattln
Kuards of the new lerry makes it sluitily
impjsslble for an accident to happen. The
boat Is new, sate aud reliable.
A FINE DANCING FLOOR
I srty fret la width by II fly In length will be
isld on the vround, "no sawdust," so thut
those dcilrfug to trip the "light fantastic"
can do no to their hearts content
I'rof, Elscnberg's celebrated string baud
will furnish the mu.lc for the occasion.
Neressury refreshments will be on tho
grounds in abundance. Come everybody
and enjov the holiday In good uld picnic
st j le. The day's fcitlvltles will end with u
C3-KA.3STID BALL -
SCI IKK I. S HALL AND CARDKN
Fare, round trip on boat eO cl
Children with psreiits rree.
Admission tu ball, gentlemen, each. . . .60 cti
T. M. LovtUT, 1
Hknuy Hrour, y Committee.
iWOtd W. H. Sro.MRK, j
so, si oiiio i.r.vi:i:,
lias been rc-opeued, refiirnlslied and renn
vated,and Is now lu excellent condition for
the entertainment of the public. It is in ,
every way u flrst-class hole I. i
Day board 4 7A
Hoard und lodging, Irom 5 tu 7 00
Transient, per dar. .. 1 W
MlIN VHOMN NTBKKT.
mvUMI, . - ILLINOIS.
Oood stabling connettcd with the hou-o,
ind sample room rur commercial travelers,
Free oiniilbui to and from all trains,
5 C-rnd. J. M. DAM RON. Proprietor
WINE AND MUOUHIJ.
a a a r. a a r
Dure Lavaa Caieo, III
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Alio, keep ceeitautlf uu ho4 a most cum
plete stock of
iOOTCB AVD IWBH WHI8KIM
-0 I N B,
Vorl, Madetla, Sherry and Catawba WIom
It. Bmlth k Co. are. also agent for Bpen.
eer, McKay ACo.'e Pittsburg ale, of which
litfgeeck ii kept conitantly on hand at
CUT Bfallsinal Hank BulMlsst'.
asa.H(ieoial attention pant to or Jera Irom stum
' busts nUht or its
11YLAND & .SAUBU,
AND DSALBUS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
next door to the Hyland saloon.
11-lCtf. CAIRO. ILLS.
AND Dr.AI.KIt IN
ElOHTI! STHBIT, UstTVf XN WAauwoTon
K.P the best or so serve
l,nib, baiiMne, eto.n J. JnEner.
cltisons In the roost aotepsapi.
to Jm'', R'lo"i)
w.-Tjml AND POfLAH 8TB
COBMW Nj$o, ILUNOIB.
a .iniBhtere only the belt eattle,
sjuyi and : " wd Is prepared to (Ul any
bog and w "gJ,D meats front one pound to