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OAJHO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, .JUNE 20, 1873
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, alleelB allelissej
JMMltat MMUf ever tsasje,
ILLINOIS 01NTRAL R 11
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0f OHIO .A-Gr- O
KO OQAHOB OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
BT. LOTJIS OR CHICAGO.
OKLY ONK OHANGK OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO ,
v?'"M' :.7'rai"'' if.ii.
Je, PiHatsore;. , WMhlnaUn.
or, ;rBIHKMI)nw, new inn,
MUwtekle, JaaeeVUli, . MeJIeSB,
tki! it also the only direct mule In
r, Bismmiagion, rewingeiti,
ej Roek bund, I. 8lle'.
Duboque, Hiotia CUT.
oesana anaejipoinie nouuweat.
XltgMl Drawing Room Sloping Oa"
un an Aigoi ataim.
afcajpce Cheeked 10 all Important points.
Fes' Iks! sis tail laSbrcnaliee, apply io ft H-ll
ii rt as ami oa (nart tna traaiil etemer be.
tiMMnbu aad Ualro, and atlheprlnolp
rallrU Motel oRleea throne-hoot Ihe touth.
W. P. JOHNHON, eHn'IPaas. Aft, Ghktaio.
A. MireaSLL, Un'l. Bup'l. Chicago,
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CiIaNGK 01? TIMK.
Paesenger trains on the llllnoli Central
ehaage urn tdy. From nn' utter 2:10
.. to-day trains will run as Mlows ;
torest, dally ,3:1ft a. in.
Halt, except Sua Jy . . . .4 :00 p, m.
Cxpreai, .. 2:10 p.m.
Mall, dally except Sunday ..VIM) nlrflit.
On and after Sunday. May 25, an etcur
aloa train will bs iiiu.h Hunilav on tliu
Cairo and Vlnctnnet tallroail, liureeti
Cairo and Mound City, a follows :
Leave M'd City. Arrive at Cairo,
a.a. 8:2.'i ii.iu.
1:80 p.m. 4:n5p.m.
Leave Cairo. Arrive nt MM City
,9 a.m. l::io a.m.
p.m. 5:30 p.m.
"Kara for the round trip, fifty ceuta.
CtLa 0. Wood, (Joii'I Ticket Ag't.
RAILROAD TIMK TAIILtt.
HAIRO. AllKANRAH ANtt Tt-'.VAH It. II
On and after Monday, June 0, 187.11 trains
will run dally, except timidity, between
U remand's landing and Slkesloif, Scott
"Vi jeuewun, as lonows ;
Lear Greenfield's 10:00 a.m. and Mm p.m.
Arrive o:oo fciu "
" Charleiton 10:40 " ;0
" filkeiton 700 p.m. (Ml tf
OAIUOAND VINOKNNK3 RAILROAD
feUow" W ,eT Clt nd Molmd C1,y
U,X?..CllP0' l'Te Mound City.
7:46 a.m. 7:11 a.m. '
Cuaa. 0. Wood, rjon'l Tleket Ag't.
JAUM) AND VINCKNNKH RAILROAD
On lAd ifljtF Unh.l.,. I.1..! ...... ... n iut,i
TtinaonUiaO.anav.rallroa.lwm run i
iare Cairo 8:5oa. in.
Mound City.. 8:10
" JCldorado.... 1:30 p. ra.
" J4orrtaty.. l!:2a "
" Carml 3;0l "
" Mt. Came).. 4:40
--rlraYincenuoi... 6:40 "
j ear Vlneennei... ".00 a. iu.
n.ia p. ui, io
ft:J " nr.
vu carmci.. n:n
" Worrli City.. 10:31 "
" Mound City.. 433 p. m. 7:00 a. in. 1c.
Jrire Cairo b:0tt nr.
Connecting at Ylncennct wltli the hull
taaBouaaad vlncennei.Oklo ami Mianiuinni.
aad KTanarllle and Crawfordavllle rallroitda :
UMt. Caraael wltli Ue Loulavlllo and Nw
Albany air Una ; at Carml with the St. Louis
aad BouthauUrn ; at NorrliClty the Hprinif
eld aad Dltnoli Houtheutern i nt Eldorado
with the Shawnectown branch of tlio Ft.
LouiaaadBoutheaiUrn: at Cairo with lha
IfftHllA mmA fMn . Mm . .1 r- I. .....
w w v . ... u.ii UAtiniVft VVm.
ataaaaera tor Memphla, Hod Hlvcr, Vlck-
van HQ flow unvaill,
Caia. O. Wood, Oon'l Ticket Ag't.
JM. IJU, JR., gup'L
0CAL WEAT1IE RREl'OIH .
U. 8. Sio. Sam., ua&JU. rex's orricc, I
Cairo, June 38, 1873, iu:ll f.ui. )
Tkartaoaeter 78 degTee.
WlMd, asutheatt, Telocity S lullei per
Maxlaaua Umptratur lait 24 houn, W
MlaiRMua Umperature, lait 24 houn, ca
PmalUBg wind laat U Uoura, aoutbea.t.
Total auaUr of mllet wind travelled, laat
11 hour, 81.
Jawm Qarlaku. OUaervor.
Twanty-flre iplkert oa the 'Cairo. Ar
kaaiu Teiai railroad. "Wagae $2 60
Far lay. 0-28.3t
BHOOFLKt DON'T RODUUR MK
at oaa of Utandlnger'efly cxtcnuluabre,
V8 In r
Regular koardera at the European hitel,
any W alker proprietor, receive boaal at
'tka rate of HO per month. Mr.tf
Mra. H. 7. Hon withei to Inroru her
,atra)sa and the ladlte el the city generally,
that the hat removed her dreht-uuttliiK
rooma, Wo. 1M toKo. M6, next door (o the
9v Utef atagli aavd douWe x ,Eber
aaui., btaa Water, etc., ,tc. w,o for
rlatad atMta6 (0 per thluaand,
A aaWtaet ataB, a good a new, and of
r tt ft Tuna raa.
i -.aaaajaam. .: 'aw ...7-"-ti
-Illuilneii on tho leveo yeitorday win
not f ery lively.
.Wi renrel to leam that Mr. II' It.
Thayer it qulto tick.
Vanllle, Strawborry, Lomon and Or
tingo Croam alSaup & Olarkioni. Ci
Two ortlireo eaiui of "plain drtinU"
wai all Ibat occupied tlio atlontivo of tlio
pollro courU yetordny.
John Haxton, onco a drugglU in IhU
citywaeln twn on KrIJay ciijlit. llo
la railroading In Mlnourl.
Tho Methodiili are making lliu moat
claborato arrancemontt for tliulp Kourtli
of July iteamboat oxcuralon.
Kent, the telegraph man, hai roinovod
Into Loo Kleb'ihouio, Sixth atrtmt, form,
erlyoccupiod by Loul Myori.
Hlierbortof OrariRO and Lemon will bo
had on the 4th Now enndloa and croam
Hon Jloni at Haup it Jlarkion. Ot
All bllla prnnonted In Cairo on Tuoa-
day will be "daglo-eyod." Tho oxnmplo
of tlio county court it contagion
Can't tho city council pan an ordi
nance abollihlng plgeoua J If there it n
nutmtico In thit city it in the plgooim. Let
tliem be abolithed.
-W had a very ploaiant riilo litet
night lifllitml Carln't llory untRiiied tlood
or puro bliHid. jih Root ilkooll, nnd ni
rapidly at n woman'" tongiin.
It la ropnrtod that Air. Marry II.
Oar4 wni married at Indlannpolli, on the
llttli Init., lo MIiiAnnloK. Klmpion, by
Itov. Mr. Thoiiipon, all of that city.
The Ohio nnd Miialioippi rivora run
linuo to fall, and will oon havo aottlod
down to tliu loweit notch when Cairo will
bo for tho tlmo tlio hoad of navlgntlou.
Tho l'ulatkt county circuit court con.
tinucj to "draw Ita alow laneth nlonir,"
and will pnibitbly not adjourn before
Saturday next. It hat boon In toitrin for
about tlx wooka.
Tho atcamor Roll. K. Loo will ro
colva a thorough ovnrhnuling boforo aim
roturnt to this city again. Sho It nt .St.
LouIh. In tho mcanUmo Capt. Cannon
vrm villi hli family at Vraukfort, If y.
Roman Onndlei mid Sky Itouketa
Cameron Torpodooi for tlio 4tli of July
Hro crackorr, A bunchoa for 'Jr cd or 10
ct par buiicli. All othor dm cracknn
equally ni low at Haup & Clarkaont. lit
1 wo wonchci light and heavy
wolght roiight near thocornorof Walnut
and Sovonth alrcota latt night. Light
weight camo off vlclorlou-oiidlng her
nlvenary to great In lino tlylo and giving
nor a urilclaai pummelling.
1'orialo a largo amount of choice
fruit in tho orchard, coniiatlng of poachrt,
peara, apploa and qulncoi, on Cairo and
Yinconnet R. It., eleven mltoi from
Cairo. Koqulro of J. a. 1Iam i;in,
0-27-2W Crou atreet.
The ancraraonl of tlio Lord't Muppor
will boadmlnliturcil In tho Vroibrtorian
church this evonlng. For four or live
wooka the church will be cloaed. Mr.
rt.i .... ...
iimyur win uierotoro pteaoh a aormon
thla evening appropriate lo tlio occasion
Mr. Nollia la procurinL' tnlendid
now buggy from Hi. Loula. Woahall, If
this gctt on, manago to got into tho conn
ell. Alaking unlinanooa It eniier work
than making pop or running a bank, and
loouii to bo anot unprofitable employ
ment. On Tliurtday, tlio theruiomotor at
Cairo itood at 77 dog,, whllo at Omaha it
wai 7U at St. l'oul 7i Keokuk, 70; St.
Louis, 79 j Yankton, Dakota, 80, and at
La Crone, AVIiconsIn, 80. It will bo teen
from thia showing that whllo Cairo it
considered "away down South," tho
woatlior Is not, during tho hot soasou, asy
warmer that tho inoro northern regions.
mo railroad convention at lluntsvlllo
will bo held Friday next, July 1th.
Major Syltoi, who It much Intorostod in the
Cairo nnd Tpnnvtsua Rlvor railroad, a
branch of which to lluntsvlllo is project
ed, writes lo us that Cairo ought to bo ro
prosontod in the convontlon. "Wo un
derstand tho mayor and council will take
this mattor Into consideration at tho
oouncll mocllng to-morrow night.
feat. we ...
ino ivievontn ttreot pump is out of
ropair, and at It la city property, would It
not be woll for the city council to ordor
tho proper olDcora to have It repaired, It
it a source of groat convenience to the
draymen and tcamttort of tbe city, from
the fact that there is verv few of them
that do not at some tlmo during tho day
water their lionoa or mules at thlt pump,
Fivo dollar will pay tho'fixpenie of ro
Tho Cairo correspondent of the Chi
cago Inter-Ocean,' Mr. Davis of tho 'Suu,'
wo believe, lias Ulographod to that paper
that cholera Is prevailing In thlt nlly. Tho
report la untrue. Thero it no cholora In
Cairo. Tho caiot that vo l.n i opui led
at cholora, all but ono, we belloyo, camo
off tho rlvor. Cairo has escapod from tho
disoase entlroly. An epldomlo of any
diioaio cannot exist In thit city.
Vt. uasey wai In tho city yoitordv.
and aisured l'otturt friondt that that gon
tloman badroformed, nnd wai anxious to
have bit friend Mr, Marshal, of this city,
return io aaouna uuy and put him through
tbe Oood Templar mystorlei. Ilo ft
anxious to ling that little long about
llore't cool water, come and drink.
MarshaM a tho boy for mo; .
I am now-front atale beer free,
Water It the drink lor mo.
It would be a good idea for tho llrerv
liable keeper! of the city to Imitate the
exampio of A. Jt Carle. Sovoraldayiago
he purcbaseda quantity of copparaa which
ho put Into a tub of water and after it hid
dlsiolvod, wot the floor oX.hlt liable tbor
oughly with tbe lolutlonr In less than an
hour after there was nota fly In tbe stabln'
Since that tlmo bo ias rcpoatod tbo
watting process, and It bat tbo oflVn nf
avlng his horses frorabelng troubled by
A cojretpondent, wrjtlag from Villa
Rldge,.aeHk Inst, wyi jl'Tba well-known
Jimmy Kogllib, of thirjlece, and form
erly or Cairo, bai no desire to part from
tbk earthly iipkere. The exoellent aocora
modatlo'ji of Mr, Robert Welsen'a "Hud-
or Koum," nd tbe tuperlor quality of
the numerous 'ipriairt.1 preclude art total.
WJlty of iueh raiult at Tax Bullitin
MtttiRRUi, it, ,Ko. 1 eheer of Mr.
Tom ,pJf,ri Aloaie, would preserve, ope
from such a fate. We would tay lo the
frle'hdi'6r!Mr. Kngilili, U Villa Rl.lgo
and enjoy longevity from tho life-giving
air and lioaltL-roitorlng 'springs.' "
Central Vent at llrlitol & Slllwell't.
A corroipondenl commonces his letter
thus: "K.lllor IIui.lktik, (thou wbo art
bloiiod with tlio name' In Kngltsh, John
Il.Oberly; In Latin, Joannes II. Obor-
llu,j In Spanlitr, Juan II. Oborloi ; In
French, Jean II. Oborleomj In Italian,
(lloranni K.Oborll; in Ilollandish, Hans
11. Oborll.lt j in Russian. Ivam O. Obit-
tnwslikior; In Canlonlan, Jovan II. Obein-
inltoy; In Icolandlih, Jubtia II, Oberlonc;
In TuicaronUn, Tonqua II, Oberttta; in
Welsh, Jlhon V. Oborcmlledd j In Mexl-
ranJantll F. Foberlttl j In Grecian, Ion
II K. Oberlikke; Turkish, Vno Hum Obor
lofno), why," etc,
The Mound Oily 'Journal' don't know
tbe nlggor who Is In tliu Cairo wood-pile,
and supposes that Tiik lluf.i.ETi.viipporti
tbo local administration bocnuso tho
Ins have the broad and buttor. All the
bread and butter Tiik Hui.i.kti.x gets
from tho city It got by low bidding. It
publishes tho council proceedings for a
dollar a month, and a half column ordt
nnnco for two dollars and tlfty cents. Tiik
ltut.I.KTiN controls no appointmmit under
.Mayor Wood and no porsnn connected
with thla odlco nvor asked Mayor Wood
lo appoint any man lo any olllco.
Capt. Hambloton has become bronzod
by the sun, a fact which glvos Dr. Casey
wondorful amount of pleasuro. Tho
doctor got a $25,000 appropriation for n
soldlerr' monument to bo oroctod In tho
Mound City comotcry, nnd ho- hns buon
looking around for a statuu for it a
bronzo statuo. llo cays Hambloton will
mako tbo cheapost ono ho can got; nnd In
bronzo enough. Ho thoruforu proposed
to dress tho captain in a soldlur'a uniform
and put him on tho mnnumoiit. Hull
Bute the captain will consent, and fool
gratlllod by bolng made useful as well as
uruair.ontal. Tho doctor will visit Mm
occasionally and "smllo' with him.
Tho following resolutions wore
adopted nt n meeting of the Cnldwell fac
tion of tho First Mtislonnry Baptist
church, hold ymtordny in tho Afrlcun
UoiolvoJ, That wo now take up tho
caso of T. J. Shorei and regard tho ndvloo
of tho council that lately deposed him
from the llnptist ministry, which advl:o
was that tho church oxclmle T, J, Shoros
from her followahip.
Retolvcd, That tho church do now fur
tho tamo roaiona that iiilhiencud the ear
noit action of tho council, and, for his con
tinued contompt of church authority and
tho laws of tho gospel, that we do now
by riling, voto his exclusion from tho fel
lowship of this church, and that Immedi
ately ttWonl'lor ourpMtor offer hoarty and
earnest prnyor for him, In whl:h wo shall
all join, tlmtT. J. Shores may bo recov
ered from ovll ways, bo brought to tlmoly
reponlaneo, and bo acnulttod at tl.o last
groatust court of all, wboro tho angels
shall be witnesses and Jesus tho judge.
.,..1 1M.. - -r . l.
tho urocoodlnga of this mooting as pertain
toT. J. Shores bo furnished Mr. Shores,
signod by tho pastor nnd clerk, and bo
Ron'r. Ca i.i) iv ei. I., l'nstor,
Riciuiii) Tavlor, Church Clerk.
LMJLKIJIIATION AT IIOIWK.
THE DKLTA CITY KIRK COMPANY
IN THE LEAD I
Tho Oolta City I'iro company aro nor-
footing arrangements for a titling culobra
Hon of tho approaching national anniver
sary, here, In the city.
MT, MAKY'.a. TAUK
Will bo supplied with vail awnings nnd
arbors, sutlloioiit to shield at least twe
thouiand peopla from tliu hunt and sun
slilno. Seats will be provided, rofroihmont
stands eroded, und ample provision madu
for tho hundreds nIio may dcilro to Join
The Declaration of Indopcndancu will
be read, and two or mora short and ap
proprlato addroiies dollvored.
Swings will be nrecloj nnd various
moans of amuiomnnt to be provided for
tbo littlo one.
At night the park will bo Illuminated
by one hundred torches nnd lanterns, nnd
tbo amusomonts and oxorciics of the day
will bo prolonged, under tho protection of
proper rommittaas. No charge for ad
mittance to tbo ground, and evorybody Is
coruiauy invited to attend. Tho invite
tlon is, como ono, come all, without monoy
and without price I
FOR COLORADO UNTIL JULY a.
rtioso contemplating a change of homo
and business location, or wishing a good
Investment, should call on Bristol &. Sill-
well and learn tbe particular! regarding
tno souibwcstern colony of Colorado.
This colony is on l'latte river within G2
miles of Donvor, and 30 mllet of Oreoloy,
anu will toon lo upon tbe railroad lines
toumay navo a lot in Ureen City for
$25 if purchasod beforo July 3, which
constitute! you a member of tbe South
western colony, and entitles you to special
ralet of railroad transportation. Tho fare
It very low under special contract of this
colony. Route by way of St. Louli
Omaha, Cheyonno and Oroeley.
fi-27-Ot. J. 0. Onitst, Special Agont.
EXCURSION TO DENVER.
1. 0. R. R. Co., Auknv'i Ofkiok,
Caiko, June 25, 1873.
The Illinois Central railroad company
now offer round trip tickets, Cairo to Den
ver, Colorado, and return, at a reduction
of thlrty-slx dollars and fifty cents from
regular rates. Tickets good for ninoty
dayi Irani date, and will remain on sale at
Cairo until September 10, 1873. These
ticket! are told on the tame condltlont at
the axcurilon ticket! fromst. Louis, being
a (till greAtor reduction and taken In con
nectlon with St. Louis rates make tho faro
between Cairo and St. Louis $7 50 Includ.
inc omnibus and bairaaire tran.f. r
XastSL-Uulite depoti and from depou
toKaet yt. Louti and return. Come and
tee the ticket! at the Illinois Central ticket
oftWand get information. Elirhtv.tn
dollar! RRd tlfty cenU from Cairo to Den
ver and return. Jamba Johnhon,
A FINK FltUIT FARM FOR SALT'.
Situated on the Cairo and Vlneennei
railroad, one-balf mile from tbe depot at
Calodonia station, containing ono hundred
and QTly-ilvo acres of tho best fruit land
in Southern Illinois, one hundrod acres
under cultivation, tho balance In good
timber and woll watered by never falling
springs. Thoro is a frontage on the Ohio
rlvor of ono-half mile with good landing
for wood yard and general shipping bull
nets. I'rospects for Iron and coal good.
I'arllos wanling a good bouio will do woll
to look nt the place beforo purcbaslug
oliewhnre. Terms easy. Enquire of
ti-272w D. Huhd 3c Hon, Cairo, III,
.SlIuTilK THE SHADOW.
Hato you visited Schlcslnger't now plio
tograph gallery on Eighth street between
Commercial and Washington avenues f It
not, you should do so, nnd give tho proprlc
tor nn opportunity to try hi skill In taking
of you n perfect likened and n splendid
plctuie. Mr. Hchlesliigcr's gallery It fitted
up In the best style, with tho Intention ol
doltii: nothing but perfect work. The
Lidles' drawing room Is beautifully fu
nlnhod, nnd tho operating room hai a sky
light unsurpassed by nny In tho West. Mr.
Hchlcslngcr hopes hla many fi lends, who
htivo hcrcloloro given to him tholr patron
iil-o, will continue their faiori. To I hem
nnd the public generally be extendi nn in
itiation to visit his rooms whether desiring
is ork done at present or not, satlllcd that
the uppcarntico ol his gallery, tho many
conveniences he has procurinl Indeed, nil
the lntct Improiemouts in Ids nrt and tlio
klll of nn operator of great merit, lately nt
London, Mr. Frank l.ocko HIim Ic, will com
mand their patronage when they hall need
Murk lobe done. Clll-lm,
"TO TIIK WEST."
For sale, a ticket good lor UiOO miles
travel Issued "to bearer" and good either
way fur onoormoro persona, over tliu At
lantic nnd I'acltlu railroad (length 1127 miles)
from Franklin, Mo., through Holla, Lebanon,
Sprlngtleld, Fierce City, Neosho andScuaca,
Mo., to Ylnltii, Indian Territory, and good
over tbo Missouri l'aclllc railroad (length 3.10
miles) Irom St. Louis through Franklin, .lei
feiouClty, Tipton, Scdalla, l'lensant Hill,
Knni.au City, Wyaudntto and Leavenworth
to Alchlion, Ramus, nnd over the branches
ol these two roads, from Tipton to Doolie
vlllc, Mo., 2.'i miles, (mm Scdalla lo Lexing
ton, Mo., m miles, nnd from l'lvaiaut Hill to
Laurence, Knmas, Ul miles. For further
particulars enquire nt thli olllco.
K. A. lll'IINKTT,
OAN'T UUDQE IT.
Siimples of tbo Avorill Cbomical Faint
havo boon bollod, hoatcd, frozen and
pickled In alkalies and acids, aad fumiga
ted with foul gases. It has been boiled
nnd then immediately placed on leo so as
to froczo whatovor water might have
boon abeorbod ; it has alio bcon heated
and thon plunged Into Ico water, but with
out any elgu of cracking or softening.
No other paint could stand those tests
Sold mixod in all colors roady for tbo
brush, by N. K. Way 4 Co., gonoral com
mission murchauts, Sixth stroot, belwraii
"Washington and Commercial avoiiues.
N. II. Uso none but Ihe genuine Avor
K VN ASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. .lames Kyuaston, whoso reputation ui
a butcher Is par excellent with tho peoplo
ol this city, has opened u new meat
shop near tho comer of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth street, next door to Mr. Pat
Uur'a grocery store. It Isa well Jnown nnd
aeluowledged fact that Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing his long cxpnrlonco in the meat bust
iicm in this city, never offered to hit custom
ers anything but the choicest or every Hud
of meat, llo Is a good judec of cattle, and
buys nothing but tho youngest and fattest,
aud as a vonsequenco has the best of beef.
The same may be said of every kind of meat
sold by him. (live lilm atrial, und our word
lor It, you will always be pleaded, ruis-lf
All penons indebted to me on account
of subscription to Tiik Daily Rullktin
aro horoby notified that on Saturday,
June 28th, I snail call upon all such per
sons who reside above or north of Twelfth
street, when 1 shall expect to rocelve all
that Is dun me to that date; and on Mon
day, Juno 30th, I shall call upon all those
residing south of Twoltb stroet, when I
shall oxpect the same from them. I am
required to settlo weekly for all tbe papers
delivered by me In tbo city, and in ordor
to do so must collect all that is due to me.
4t YV, F. 8CIIUCKKA8,
NEW ICE CREAM SALOON.
Cloorgo the barber bai openod an ice
cream saloon In tho room next door to
his barber ibop. The apartments are
woll and nicely furnished, and tho quality
of tho Ico cream prepared by Goorgo Is
oxcollent. Thoro are also prlvato apart
inonts fitted up exproisly for ladlos and
gentlemen, whore they will be ontirely
removod from tho Inlerston of thoso they
may desiro to avoid, uoorge aska a fair
share of tbe patronage of ico cream sa
loons, promising to treat thorn courteously
and glvu thorn tho host In the market.
C 2'J hu
I will offer for sale on Wednesday,
July 3, 1873, at 3 o'clock p.m., on tho
promises, tbo following valuablo property
situated on the corner of Sovonth and
Walnut ttroott: Three lots and two
houses, a garden supplied with a varloty
of flno fruit, grapos, peacuos, raspborrios,
etc., etc The houses are in good repair,
two good jclsterns, out-houses, etc. Lots
20, 27 and 28 In block 01. Sale positive
and without reserve.
0-20-31 Dan Haiitman, Auctioneer.
ICE CREAM SALOON.
At warm weather la approaching the
lovers ot Ico croam will be glad to learn that
Messrs, Saup & Clarkson havo fitted up and
refurnished, lu elegant ttylo, their Ico cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountalu has
also been put In running order, and nothing
Is wantlnr about the establishment to make
the Pleasuro and comfort of their natrons
6'aloon-keeoera are toraby notlfiM in
Rot glvo my buiband, Timothy Huihen,
aay intoxicaueg liquors alcohollo or
malt. I will protecute any And all nloon
keepers wbo dliregArd this notice.
Cairo, 111., June 20, 1873, M.27 1
TO THE l'ATRONN U Til E
Tho only authotlzod' agont of ibis
machlno lu Cairo is Robert J. Foster
whose office is on the corner of Sixth
strot and Commercial avenue In Danlol
i. unman a aiorn. ... -
authorized to adlmt or repair my machlnti
and parties mut not look to mo if tbolr
machines are Injured by him.
SI. Louis, Juno 20, 1873. C2l-lw
Out. Holm, Sixth ftrcct, near Ohio levee,
bai just laid out a considerable sum ot
money In repainting, papering, nnd In every
wny repairing his b.irbur shop, and his Is
now one of tho nicest. If not the nicest ton
sorlal establishment In Cairo. Helm em
ploy! none but tlrst-class workmen lu his
shop, nnd ivc venturo to say the two young
men who now bold situations there, einnot
be excelled In their calling by any other
barber or barbers In the city. Try tliem.
HARM AN & CO.
This llrm Is doing an extensive busiueii.
Having lately dlsposod of a considerable
portion of property ndverttiod by them
in the Hum.kti.v, It will be noticed that
a change lias boon maJtj in their 'ad vorllso
mont, to which wo call attonllon. They
offer for aalo somo of tho bust property
In the clly, and wo chnorftllly rocommend
tho llrm ns entirely triiatworthy and ro-
Mils popular hold has been rcllttcd nnd
mproved, and Is now otic of the most coin
tortablo slopping places In tho city. The
travelling public and per.10111 desiring
plcaiant quarters by the week or month, will
always Und them at the Commercial lintel.
Rates ol' board have been rcdilelcd as fol
lows; Day board, $1 M per week; transit,
$irOporday; hoard and lodging, from 3 A
to $7 per week. .Mm M. J. Win ric,
A OOOD INVESTMENT.
A raro chance Is offered to somo man
with money to Invest In good paying
proporty in the most doslrablo part of tho
clly. Two lots, 50 foot front on tbo avt.
nue, liouso :j stories, 'two mrgn sioroi
can bo fitted up on tho first floor, the up
por stories aro woll arranged lor offices or
dwolliugs. For further particulars en -
quira of John (j. Hahm as &i Co ,
0-t-lf Roal Eslato Agents, Cairo,
Mil. Anna Lang on Elghthstrcet, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
lust opened out a stock of new and fashion -
able millinery goods. She has ono hundred
ante millinery gooua. s mi uusuim
and tiny dlflerent styles of hats and bonnets,
besiue 11 i.irgc asioriiuciii ui rioiiona, uuw
era and notions ol all sorts, all of which wil
lie sold at the lowest prices.
Illinois Ckntrai, Railroad Co., )
Aoxnth Orricc, Caiko, June, 25 1873.
We will commence the salo of excur
sion tickets for the Fourth of July, on
Wodnosday, July 3, and will dlicnntlnte
thorn on tbe evonlng of tho Fourth.
Tickets t;ouJ to return until the bib, in
clusive .J a u is Johnson', Agont.
Wo have In store and for sale somo of
Asa Worster & Co'i. Justly celebrated
sugar-cured bami and breakfast bacon, as
fine 11 ever wai offerod In tbli market.
Wo also koep several othor good brands
of meat. Halliuiy Bros.
A Gorman man, as porter In a commis
sion house or store or ai oatlor or any
other kind of work, Good recommenda
tion. Apply at this olllco. G.28-3L
One double wagon lor sale cheap, ap
ply lo Huso Looruis A Co., No. 01 Ohio
Contral Yeast. Ten cents per 12 cakes
Will koep one month. 0-22-0.
A new hotel has beeropencil In'the; large
house located on the comer ol Seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known as Brown's hotel, and proprietored
by Mr. Drown, whose reputation as a hotel
keeper is well-known In thli city. The
houso has been thoroughly renovated nnd
refurnished, and Is In every way nrst-clat.
The tablet are at all timet furnished with
the best the season affords, and the charges
liberal, being only 11 M per day. Mr.
Brown solicit! and deserves a share, of the
public patronage. Mitt
This Is to inlorm tbo people of Cairo that
Rev. C. Duerschner, pastor or tho German
Lutheru church ol this city, has opened a
school wherelu both the German aad Eng
lish languages will be tauuht. If there are
those among our American born citizens
who wish to have their children learn lo
read, write and speak the German language,
they now have au opportunity to gratlly
that wish. llev. Duerschner la a thorough
German and English scholar, and will spare
no effort to niaka the school of which he Is
principal a success.
llyorder ofthe Hoard or Directorh
Hacks fort he Cairo, Arkausai and Toxa
railroad, starting from Whlto & Greer's
storo, corner of Sixth street and Ohio levee,
run as follows:
Lcavo nt 8 a.m.
' , 4 p.m.
Arrive In tlty at 10 a.m.
" " op.ui.
0-8 If John Mkykkb, Agent.
Mr.Gxo. Stxinuooix, barbar and hair
drosier, corner of Eighth street end Com.
mercial avenue,deilroi to call tbe Attention
)f tbo bearded community to DU neatly ar
ranged saloon, And tbe fact that be la mu
ter of bit profession In all its branches.
Ue hu bearded many a Ron in hit den, Ana
tall for more. . tf.
Doabdino. anu Lodqinq can be fur
nished to a tingle gentlemen ; Also a Urn-
Red number cad be accommodated with
day board. House, pleuantly located on
Tenth street between Wuhington And
WAlnut Mrs. Vandkvxmtkk.
To Avoid ar attaok of tbe cholera, go to
Pat. Fitzgerald' aemple-room, corner of
fourteenth itrflU oprrjmerclAl Avenue,
And drink bit UeRMwy brAdy. It the
only nire preventive; RRd (tfou!d be uied
by everybody. OtfMw
Best Scotch ta1e, itout porter, and ejgbt
year old bourbon whlsVey to be found only
at the Crystal saloon, cornor of Sixth street
and Commercial avenue.
Stkaoala A Lan,
Ka M. IV ft f. I ( tlM I -II.... at.,.
01 sawoil and split hickory wood to any
part or the tlty Also nil kln.lsof wood and
coalnlwaji on hand. Leave orders at his
olUcc, cnrnJr Seventeenth street nnd Com
mcrclal avenue. 3-25 if,
New stock and now si) lei ol wallpaper
paluu. oils, window glass, etc., cto., at II. F.
Meigs' new store, Washington avenue and
Klevonth atrtot. Call nnd see the latest
stylei lu wall paper hefur. purchasing else
where. 4.1 .
Smva Ansklmknt, tho bar-koopor, ha
iponed a flnu saloon In Louis Hlattoau'i
Md stand, whero can be found, at all
times, Stovo serving bis customers with
the best of drinkables. 11-2'Mf
The place to buy wall paper 20 per cent,
cheaper llisn any oilier place in the city Is
No. 2, Seventh street. Try It. II. Am. a:.
Central Yeast. lie;tdrv iu u.10. U 2J-Ct
HllllCS' I.I ST.
Crlpps, Iron e
Dunham, 1 11
Mooro, Mary 'J
.Man ton, Hollo
Powell, M. 1)
1 Simmons, Sarah
Aycrs, J ml ion
lllake, II P
Corner, W A
Coutz, M R
Clark, Prnuk C
Duglfs, (leo K
Herry, S. M.
HnrLar, E N I
Clark, F .
Oibion, W W
llowo, R M
Hindrick, J P
Hardy, Chas N
.lohtiun, J AY
Kir by, Levi
Kennr Jy, James
1 (i-inii'. Wnrron
' (lalvln, Thos
, Ur mi, Geo
lltiycr, T M
1 Hlgglns, Michael
, Uoil.r, P 2
Jungstrand, N J
. n,nh i. ,n .
Jfr't"' JA .f
.. , .
I McDermot, 0
McNeolv,Alexainler MuDauyald, W J
Miller, xjUcius w .Moore, Amiy
McJobleu, John Potman, Louis
Randoll, Will Rsynolds, John II
Rogers, J W Rickotts, Deacon
Samsons, James Smith, Cyrus K
ribcenan nnd uncy, sanuufor, 11 M.
Sr.. lib, Thomas
Topplo, O A
Whitman. W C
Welsh, M 11
Zurk, F M
Thawbeldt, Geo E
Wright. L ic Co
Wickt A Fremaln
Zomment, J A
TDK ONLT RELIADLR GIFT DISTRIBU
TION IN Tni OODNTRV I
IN VALUABLK GIFTS '
To I10 distributed In
Tj . d . a 1 2t E ' a
102nd Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, Aug, 11, 1873.
ONK GRAND CAPITAL PRI7.K
$5,000 I3ST O-OLjD I
Tn l'rlral (Ifin a r
Two Prlae 500 -o I GllKKN'RACKS
Fivo Frlzei $100 Q I
One Family Carriage and Matched Horses
with Silver-mounted Harness, worth
One Uorso and DugKy, with Silver Mounted
Harness, worm f ow.
One Uiie-toneu ltosewood Piano. worth $500.
Fivo iTamlly Sewing Machines, worth 9 00
"0 Gold am) Stiver Lever Hunting
Watvhes, (in ail,) worth from (20 lo $300
Gold Chains. Silver-ware, Jewelry, etc.,
Whole number Gifts 0,000. Tickets limited
AOKNTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS
To whom Liberal Premluma will be paid.
Single Ticketall: Six Tickets fu; Twelvo
iicaeta iu; 1 weuty-uve iicxets fiv.
Olreulara eontamlDK a full Hat of nrlaaa.
anription ot lha mannar ot drawing, anil other
Information la reference lo Ihe distribution, will
be aent to anyone ordering ihem. All lelta'a
muat iw auuraaaaa to a,. I), BIWB, Boa, SI,
Main Offlco. 101 W. Fifth St. 0'"4,8I,,I 0
NO. OHIO LEV KK,
Hat been re-opened, refurnished and reno
vated, and it now lu exoellent condition for
the entertainment of tbe public. It li In
every way a first-class hotof.
Day bouiil 9 450
Hoard nnd lodging, trom & to 7 00
Transient, per day , 1 50
0 ID 3m Proprietor.
HUN SJMOM NffiBET,
3 ARM I, . ILLINOIS.
Good ttablinaT connocted with the house.
and sample room for commercial travelers,
Krit oranlbui to aid from All tralot.
6 t mi, J, If, DAMRON, Proprietor
Fourth, of July!
UP THE OHIO RIVER
M guficont Steamer
The malingeiv) havo the pleaiure. of an
iioiinelng that all arrangements have been
perfected lor the grandest excursion ever
III Uguruted In Cairo, and It la expected
that lu all Its appointments, comforts and
conveniences, It Mill .-cllpse atiyol previous
The Eekert will leavo city wharf at K
o'clock a.m , touching nt the stone depot :
Leave Mo mul City ultlo'vlook a.m.
" Caledonia nt 1(1 " "
I," Metroollaat 12 " m.
Arrive nt l'udunih at U'M p.m.
Returning Mill leuvu 1'iulieah posltluly
at 4 p.m.
Arrive nt Calm at 8:30 p.m. --not later.
Tho cabin or II1I1 excellent Meaiiier Was
built with fpeelal reference (u the accommo
And having very high ratling nn her guards
ami deck, children are perleelly snfu 011 hir.
CAPP. R W. DL'OAN,
Together with his efficient officers and crew,
aiu particularly solicitous for tho safety nt
all who may entrust themselves to their care.
Competent and tunty porters will be in Hi
tendance to take charge of nil baskets ami
Arrangement have been made (or sen
On board the steamer, also
SODA WATER, l-'ltl'ITS, ETC.
x,-Ei2rrx!-yr of seats
roa all who comk.
Frc for Ihe Mound Trip,
from Cairo, Mouml city nud Cnlcdoula.il (sj
From Metropolis 511
Children iinilcr 15 years of ngo half price.
UKAV EMTATK AUKNOR.
John (J. Harmau. Chas. Thrupp
JOHN Q. IIA11MAN i CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Norlls Cor. olBIti mt. ntsil Ohio l evee
Offer for sale at low figures and easy terms
the following real estate :
No 1 Au elegant cottago. corner Twelfth '
and Locust streets. Is 27 and 28, b 1 , third ad.
Lota above grade. 5 lots In b 4, in what is
known ns tUj "Ridge Ulock;" those lots run
through tno moca iroiu r iiiecmu to six-
toenth streets, and tbe best residence
erty lu tm
erty iu the city adjoining property h
No 2-Lots3 and 4, b 43, city, Washington
UTeuuo, Iraiwnn TbUtcentl. ....l lv..rt....i,
strectF. west side. Good two-story building
on each lot.
Noil Also, vacant lots A and 0. adjoining
the above. Lot 14, l 2:1, city,
on Sixth street, south side,
between Commercial and Washington ave
nues, will bo sold lu tracts to suit purchaser,
very low aud on easy terms.
No 4 Lots 7 aud 8, b18, corner of Four
teenth and Poplar streets, front on l'oplar
street, west sldo. opposite post-office block.
-so o spieuuiu uusincss uuuuing, rest-
denco In second story, (J rooms, hull and
front nnd rear stairway, water on both floors,
in nuinuer unu conuuiou; suiiuicii on norm.
west corner ol Commercial avenue and ,
Twcllth street. A great bargain 11 sold
No C Lots 4, 7 and 9, b 22, city, on I
Commercial avenue, bowcen Fourth and ,
Fifth streets, Lota 20 aud 21, b 23, city, on
Washington avenue, between Fifth and'
Sixth atreots. Terms easy, price low.
No 7 Lot 14, In b IX, oa Nineteenth
street, between Commercial avenue nud
l'oplar street n great bargain. Lot 25, b OA,
1st ad., on Washington avenue.
No 8 Two very desirable buslucs bouses
and two lots, on Sixth street between Com
mercial and Washington avenues, will be
auiu ui ivruia iu liar uurcunsur rcuiai ox .a -l
iiui win uti luvvBiuieui. .Jf
No 0 Six Iota lu b 29, 1st ad. High!
ground. I&2O0 each on easy payments. !
No 10 Lots 1 and 2, lu 6 6 north corner of
Tenth and Levee streets. Restbuslnei loca- )
tlon liLtho cltv torma eaav. I.ota21. 23 and
23 In b 10, 1st ad., south corner ol Twentieth! ,
und Poplar streets. Also three Iota in court-) ',
nouse oiock, ironimg oil ropiar street. I
No 11 A splcndlu two-story residenco on!1
north east corner of Walnut and Ninth!
streets, with two lots very desirable prop-;
No 12 Lots 18 and 10, b 70 south side ol '
Tweiity-tlrst struct, opposite "Convent1
lllock " very' desirable for residence pur
No 13 A well Improved farm or 2 to acres;
00 acres iindorcultliatton; houses and barn
good orchard, bearing trees; running water
through farm aboio overflow. One quarter
mllo from station and depot ol Cairo & til.
Louis railroad. Will be sold on easy terms
lor $l2i pur acre.
Noli Ten of tho choicest lots, In block
57, 1st addition, above tirade, boautllul real. 1
deuce location, will be sold at a great bar
gain. Wu call particular attention to hls
property as It will be sold very low. ,
A FINK CIIANCR FOB. INVESTMENT.
Ill addition to the foregoing wo offer lot
iittiu, ui iv.isu. M iai.u imuiuui ui tuunill, lull..
in dillei'cut parts of the city, embraclug No j
1 business nud residence property. n
in iinimproveu niiius, wo iinvp inr saici
over 23,(00 acres lu Alexander and l'ulaskl
couutlcs, at prices ranging from $2 toll
oni tpi tofi:
per acre, nnd are prepare
mcnts to purcnasers mat
cannot be cqualluil
In Colorado, Texas or
i- iiiiv other placo or bv
A largo auiouat ol lands of I
the verv best nualltv. in Alexander and l'n-. (
laskl counties. lieloiiL'Inc to the Illinois Cen-' .
tral Railroad vompanv. for the tale of which ;
we are mo uguius, win do soiu very low anu
on such easy terms that a person of iuduitrl
oils habits, with a very small sum of read)
monev. can In a fow years boconio tin
owner of a productive larm, .We 'have "
man nnu iiescripiiuor ui nu luuiis onered
for sale und will "lake pleasure lnthowne
purcnasers me property. Titles o all laud'
soiu uy us Kuaruniceu, anu mown iroin the
patentee when required by abstracts. An
ply to JOHN J. 11ARMAN ft CO., '
Cor. Hlxlh and Levee sU., Cairo, Ills.
June 7, 1873. '
HOT WEATHER IS COM-'
ING KEEP COOL.
Refrigerators at from ft. ft
CWi AUt uuuai 111 SKIl. SIM I
S15. $17, $20. etc. "Boor nnni '':
n:':.. i. ..."
um ui wiiiuiunau retapricesil
wnivi- cuutora, ico croam frnftt-I'
ersA wire ciotli for window
screens, uam and fvw ..Ln
, . " -WW VUUiJ,
-ttW,B urcoai ov
tho bushel, barrel. f f J
Brebwaht, Orth &.Co'g If
1360)inmercUl Ave. -