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ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11
IN HUM lbs Hlssis-teat Uoulo
I tic Btinrlrat llnnlo
HO CHANGE OF CA 113
FKOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANG K OF CARS
OM UAIKu TO
CineloeaU, .. llDolu, Tole-ln.
Detroit, CIetcli.n-1, Mr rill.
Hufftlo. HUpihuk, UA.hmlin
Bnlllmore, I'hlln.ie) pbi. ,Nw fork,
Botton and ill point cm.1.
Mllwtukle, Janesfllle, Mil.n,
LaCroM, St l'ul tail nil point burin.
till It also the itl) aiKil t'liU to
Dvalar, Dloomtnt.Un, t,riE;tel,
IVorik, Uulncj, KiiHuk,
Burlington, Hock InWnl, 1. Stile,
Mtndota, linoti, rrreport,
,tWaa, Ilabuqiie, -ioui ouy,
Omih ir,'i all points notthwMt.
Sleeant Drawing Room .Deoplng CV
On all Is-igbt Trains.
Bitf Checked 10 all Important plntt.
For tlekeu nd lulormatmo, i pi lo 1, C. It. I
dspol t airoj oo bord inetro,ii ernr l
lwey Ooluujbus dJ Clfu, ntl ! In prlnclp
rallroa i ticket oSci itrouirfjoat the mtn.
W. P.JOrfN-i'N Chwsio
4L Mitcatu. C' aup'f. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag t, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME,
Paeienzer trains ou the Illinois Central
change time t -day. from ami alter 2 10
p, m. to-dy train will mn as follows
r.xpree, dally . .8.15 a. m.
Mall, except Sunday . . . .4.W p. in.
Express. . 2:10 p. m.
Mall, dally except Sunday ,.12i night.
On and alter Sunday. Miiy M, an excur
sion train will be run each Sunday on the
Cairo and Vincennes ullruad, between
Cairo and Uouud rite as tollows :
Leave M'd Cltv Arrive at Cairo.
S am. 6.26 a.m
:30p m l.Sfi p.m.
Leave Calra. Arrive at MM OUT
9 am. y:30a.m.
P.m. 6SI0 p.m.
Fare for the round trip, fifty cents.
Charles O. Wood, Uou'I Ticket Ak'i.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TLX AS 11. 1!.
On and alter Monday, June 0. 18:3, tralu
will run dally, except Sunday, between
Ureeofleld's landing and sikc-ton, Sroit
county, Missouri, at lollowi :
Lre Greenfield's 10.00 a.m. and ;.:) p.m.
Arrivo " pm " :..( "
" Chariest on 10:10 " i:lo "
" Mkeston 7.10 p.m. 0-0 tf
OAIBO AND VINcKXlM HAII.ItOAD
Tralna now leave C airo and Mound City a
follows : '
Leave Cairo. i.oave Mound City.
Chad, O. 1Vooi, (ien'l Tu ket Ag't.
,AIEO AND VISCBSSM UMUK.AI)
TIMK TAI1L.K. I
On and alter Monday, .tune BO, l&7ti,
na. .1... ' ' . , - . ...Ill .
i:x- Md. City
Leave Cairo J:tOa. m.
" Mound City.. 4.5
Eldorado ... no
' NorrUCIty.. :o
" Canal 9:3J
" Mt. Carmel.. 1I:W) "
A.Tive Vincennes ..l-.':10p. tn.
Kv- Md. City
Leave Vincennes... 7:10 a. m.
" Mt. Caruel . &:.'
tw uu uiv i. aim i . luiiiumi ..in rim ;i.
" Canal . . lu:ll '
" Norn-City .10:Kj '
' Eldorado ...U:io
" Mound City.. :U3 p. m.
Arrive Cairo 3:10 "
Connecting at Ylnceuiics with the Indi
.napollsund Ylncenuc-.Ohloaiid MU-ilppl,
md Kiansvllle and Crawford-illle ruilruaiU;
t Mt. Carmcl with thu l.ouUWllc uud Now
lbany airline; al Carml with the .Si. Louts
wid ioittheaitern ; at N"rrUCUy the Spring
leld und Illinois aouthuu-tcrn ; at Kldorado
,vlth tbc Sliuwiieelown branch ol tin- t
Loul and Southeantvru; at Cairo with be
Mobile aud Onlo railroad trun-lt-r boat, uuu
rteamera lor Memphis Hud Utter, Vlck
burg aud New Urlcan-.
CiUb. J. Vooi, Oeu'l Ticket Ag't.
Jno. Lhe. Jl!., Sup't.
Hacks lor the Cairo, Arkausas and Tc.va
railroad, starting Irom White fireiT't
store, corner ot sixth street nnd Ohio levee,
run at follows:
Joun Meveiis, Agent.
Arrive In city at..
SHOO FLY ! DON'T UOUDEll ME!
Oct one uf atandlnger's fly oxtermtnalors,
fcl Beeuwaut, Ohtii i- Co.
"fgular boarders at the European hotel,
UarTy Walker proprietor, receive board at
u rkl ol tm per month. MO-tf
One douUo wagon tor tale cheap, up.
ply lo Uuse Looroit i: Co., No. Gl Ohio
FOR bALL.-Uio Y .
One buggy In tlrttckst order is .r sale.
Call at Basement cf the Express Office
Oblo Levee. Van. K. IIoWAiin.
Mrs. II. I. Uoin wishes to luluim htr
patrons and the Udlee ot the city generally,
that she has removed her dretm-inakiug
rooms. No. 131 to No. 105, next door to I hi
Attitneum, up stairs. C-Mm
Fine white; tingle and double .V amber
tingle and double X Canary, best quality ol
uaullhi, blue letter, etc., etc. MyXK) for
ale, printed at $3 W to 0 W per thousand,
attfce Ui'lletin Ol'l'K i:.
A cabinet orgun, good as new, und ol
flrst-class msnuiacture will be Mild low and
on easy terms by applying to
. , Mrs. M. J. I)ewj.v,
Lor. WaiiilUjjton Ave. and Fourleintb St.
Valuable real etate coiibltting ol three
loU Irontlng on Fifteenth meet between
Walnut an I Cedar; large frame houtc nearly
new, tvo stories, three rooms ou each iioor,
outhouses, etc. For further particulars en.
quire at the premle, Mna, C, Sl-jiiuan
ITI.M- Ol I.11CM. M
The maver Inn suspended F.-licetrHh
- The Hibernian, had a grand lima a
tlcir ball nt rVheel's lull on tlm nitflit Of
, the Fourth.
Tlio "1 ourtn ire coini
find wo don't know of an.vlndy thai
fotty it It pone.
Thcro will bo h 9p.cl(il uieetirisof Ilia
city council t.Miiurroiv nfternoon. Iluil
nets of ItnportHnca will bo transacted.
A party of l'aducahitea gavo ajuenle
"II , U (7 l UUIII'I i. I . 1 1 - ' -
men folks got Into a quarrel. Knivci,
piitoli and tumblerf wero freely Used, but
no ono ferioiifly Injured.
Mattors in the pollco court were Just
tnodDrnlelr lively jestordnv. A few
cues of "plain drunl;," n "disorderly eon
duct,'' and ono or two "flglitin? crises"
inadn up the docket.
Mr. M. Koto, lntnH employed by tho
It.idor Ilros , limve fur Cincinnati in n day
or two. .Mr. H U a fint-fllaM workman
hii lino, and bares some very Uno
of li' worhmansblp In Mr
SuloonkpM nto baroby noli Sod to
not give or sell my husband, John O'Sbea
uny Intoxicating liquor!. I will prosecute
any and all ho disregard this notice.
Cairo, Juno 30, 173. Sarah II. 0'Sb.
ltev II. 13 Tbnver will occupy Ins
pulpit In tbo l'refbyterian ohurcb ' J
rnorninG and ovoning at tne usual nine oi
service. Subject for the morning "The 1
Ilirvest Deld." In tho evening, moject,
"Absent Present." j
For sale a large amount cf choice
fruit in the orchard, consisting of peaclies, I
pears apples nnd quince, on Cairo and J
Vincennes II. II., eleven miles Irom
Cairo, r.nquire ..f J. IUwuiv-,
r.27-?w Cross street.
In aruthet pUea in Ihis morning's
UtiLkTiN we publish ihi advertiiement
of Mr. IV 11 Cunningham, who olfers Ills
entire to.k of dry good, carpet", etc., at
' ost. Mr. Cunningham has one of the
Urgfit sjocts of goods over brought to
this market, which he i olfirlng at aston
ishingly low prices having marked every
articlo down to coet prices. We advise
our readers to call and oiarnin" the fools
before purchasing clrewheri.
Several days aco I'uliceniai. lUira
shot his r tvn dog, and left him at tho cor
ner of Fourteenth street and Washington
Hventfe. After laying there upwurd ot
half a' day, he was buried in the giiltor
or father whero the gutter ought to ha
wiin in n run leut ol wbero bo was shot.
And now the neighbors complain that he
was not planted dncp enough that "ho
irnell not to heaven, but to bad tliM it
is unpleasant to bo within a hundred
yards of tho spot. Inko hirn up, Heim,
and plant him over again, and next time
mako n bettor job ot it.
.Mr. Henry Klliott, of the firm o I Klli-
?" ".'yt,l0.rn' h" c'jncl"k"1 no1 l
'eavc Cnrolln uminer, uven for a day
too tnueU business Thu Urcwi iwtii. of
boots and shoe ever brout-hl tn tlili eltv.
j and as completo i variety and as cholco
j collodion as can bo toimd in any market.
, is to be disposed of at prices that place
' them within the reach of ail, and iio
atermlnoU lo stay hero and eo It done,
therefore, instead of fending hli friend
''greeting and good bye, ho invites them
j all to romo and became the happy posso-
fort of a neat-lilting jiair of shoe and then '
J depart with his blessing. 7-l-.1t
I Tho delegates appointed to attend the
, railroad convention at HunUvillu will not
go, as it Is moro than probublu that thero 1
win bo no convention hold at the time
?pccille. Late dispatches which we i.ui-
lih on thu tl rst pagu of this morning's
IIi li ei toll n terrible talo of tho condi.
lion of iiilairs thero. Thu cholera is rag.
Itig throughout ibonate, and particubtrly
In ihut portion from which tho deleguuu
io me couveniion woru lo como.
It is altogether probablo theru will lo no
convention fur the present, nt least. Tins
being tbo belief tf tho delegates
appointed to roprecent Cairo, they
havo concluded to rumain nt home.
A llnu coltiigo. Inquiro of
T-,J-3t Oeoiiok FlSIICK.
FO UN D-A cTfiEcK.
On Saturday, July 5, a baggage chock
for tbo Cairo and Arkansas and North
Missouri railroad.. Tho owner can have
tho tame by culling on
7.0-lt Cor. Sixth and Cedar Sti,
a ATTENTION SIR KNIGHTS
V A stated conclavo of Cairo Com
mandery No. 18 K. T. will bo held at the
Asylum on Monday evening July 7,
A. D , 1673, A. O 746 at 8 o'clock prompt
Visiting Sir Knights aro cordially lnvitt.d
to attend. .lAMrs A. Fiulms,
CARD OF THANKS.
The ladies of tl.o German School soci
ety take pleasure in expressing tbe'r
thanks to thoi") ladles who tool: cucb un
active part In the management of the
school picnic, which mado it a pleasant
and successful atl'air. Also, to lliosu who
.i.Ud by donating sundry article, lor
ne. iM.lwn, UOIlhMCrrR
USE LAUNDRY WORK.
Mrs. Luttie Coleman Ukos this method
ol informing the public that iho is now
prepared to d.i all Kinds of flue laundry
work at cheap ratts. Fluting, iriuiping,
etc., done at n small advancu per dozen
ou plainclothes. Families und individuals
will Ilnd it tn their advantage to take their
eluthes to Mrs. Coleman. Residence on
Fourth street, south side, between Wa-h-ingtori
and Commercial avenues, "(irn
A ;OOD IN VK&TMEN'l'.
A rare cbanco Is offered to seihe man
with money to Invest In good paying
property in the most desir&blo part of the
city. Two lots, 60 feet front on the avc
nuo, homo 3 stories. Two large stores
iiu uu mum up on the llrst tloor, tho up. j
per stories are welUrranyed for ofllcos or 1
For further particulars en.
J"!is l) Haiuias .: Co..
Real Ftie Ag-nu Ca.ro I ',
THK I'Ol HTH
f'H'NKS. IIUAT ill DIA I! l l.l!. I)
T 1 1 K 1IHIKHN1AN AND DKI.TA
I'lltK UOMI'AMKS AND
tii kit. Kxurn.-sioN.
TIiq I'ourtli wui ncnerally observed
in this city n a holiday nearly all plucoa
of business being closed and buInes gen
erally suspended. The day wns bright,
and, had it not been for tho extreme hent,
wouid havo been oxcedingly pleasant.
mn " ir.TiiPinsi
(lavoan exuursion rn the T. V. Kckert to
i 1'aJueuli iind tho Cutholic picnic urounds
near that placd. Tho lxal was crowded
' when shn loft our wharf, and received ac
cessions to the number already on board
at nearly every landing between Cairo
aud I'aduoah. Everybody was pbaed
with tho trip and speak in terms of praise
of tho manner In i,hich tho whole affair
. was managed.
THE UinERXIAK 1 1 RK i vMIMXl .1
j l'-ntucky, cpKtile Cairo, was
i a nieces1, an J passed oil in nn vmu.;
quiet manner. Theru wvru a good many
in attendance, and had it not be-n for tho
fsct tbt tho fo. beC(irne (1i.4bled at
...-,.. hUP in ,.M ,hn. ..,.
here been much larger. Under the cir
cumstances the picnic was a perfect suc
cess, but the company Ilk heavily bv the
breaking of the boat.
THE DELTA. Tint cOMr.Xi.
At St. Mary': pari: the Dilta City Tiro
company gavo a picnic and dunce which
lasted until a late hour In the night. The
declaration of independence wai road and
several speeches were listened to with re
specif ill attention. In the evening the
lire works were "shot otl"' to the delight of
n crowd of una thousand to fifteen hun
dred psrsons. The display was fine The
company, It i said, came out 1.100 or K-nO
! nhead by the picni:.
1 rn cor.ohtK nniw
The "l rj llano volent Sons of A inarms,'
' an orrjanlzitliin of colored rni'n,
' gar nn excursion on tlm t 'afro
nnd Vinwnne- road u llreadmn's
'.Spring. The tran vh lOrnpo'od
of icar, und ovry cur wis crowded
lo overflowing. The trip wa? mado with,
out an arvidunt id any kind occurring t"
mar tho pleu'iiro of tho day. Arrived at
the around the t ars were non dofertnd
and tno woodn ti llo-l with pleaMiro seek
or. Tho Daclaration of Independence
was alo read hero and pocclio appropri
ate to the occasion indulg! In. Tho train
returne.1 to tho city at about seven t- clock
in tbs evening. 1'verynn eeinod
pleased with tho trip.
I ROM 111CKM AN.
Ttie Cairo nnrt lltoVinaii pwlcel r,la.
gow," brought a party of young TolUn
from that place. Alter arrival hero a few
of them di-cmbarkej and strolled about
the city, but the greater portion remained
on the boat. After i-ponding nn hour or
two at ur wharf the f!lagow returned
r.i mainti' at iiomk.
I .Many remained at home declining to
1 participate in any of the various picnic,
excursion, etc., and of theso wu wero sev
eral. Homo of a hot day like Friday is
just thu placu for us. All in all the day '
I passed oil' quietly and pleur-antly, nnd If
1 thero was anything happened unusual on
J such occilnns, we havo failed t bcafi-f
TIIK KENTUCKY KAI LKOADKI'.S
AND W1IATKII.I.E1) THEM.
HAD WHISKEY. l.MFL'IIE WATEIt
AND .MEAT N T MAO
(IE I'll Kit Fit ESI I.
CAIRO. SO FAR, EAEMl'T-CAF-TION
AND WE sMU, ES
CAFE. F.r tho past wool; or ten days our people
have beun greatly .excited over tho reports
A hlcb they buve heard of Ibe existence of
cholora among tho laborers on tho Cairo
extension ot tbo Mi"fis'ippl Central rail
road in the low grounds of Kentucky op
positu Cuiro. Wo have endeavored to get
ut tho truth in reference to this mmier
and havu reason to believo tbnt wo have
succeeded, uud that what Wo state in th s
isocount is subsljntlallycorrect. In many
inotnncej tuese reports were greatly cxag
gentted und caused much unnecessary fe.r
and uxcitement In ibis city. YB do not
j publish these particulars for thu p irporo
ui ntariug any person oui on the contrary
to show to our people the necessity for
c!t-HTllifl.lft In nartitn .mil 1 .
I - - -v... ..mm iviiiiirT, uno me
I greatott caro with regar 1 to what they
j eat utiJ drink.
I fr Cairo Uu been eiempt
i ffom cholera, and it Is only 1
; necesary for our pcoplo 10 !
ererclio Judgment nnd caro In matters I
uf Uittl BI)J ,0 lh lH(j o, ' '
lnli 1,... ., r.,.- . .. . .
- "w uu unr oui mat wo
shall pass through the ordea! unscorched
As for tho disease among tbo men In
: Kentucky, it seen, to havo originated
I about In this way A few days ago the
, men warn paid off, as wo understand it.
, receiving two montht pay Many -r imi,
I ot once went " ' i
' ""IT ON A il'Itr.B,'
, -Somuof them coming to this city while
: others remained on thu ground and had '
j their "dead shot, ' somo times cRod whls-1
key, but moro familiarly known as "Park's '
lightning," brought to them. They drank
. to oxce. of this poisonoi,- nitl, and with
it they drank the
roi'LKhT or WArr.n.
Water that was fully us bad if not wrta '
than tho whiskey. Tbo water u,e,i r0l
urini.ing nnu cooking purposes wm b.
tabled from what come peuni,,
call IZJspriugs, but Kw'"ch u,
In In, II. 1 . .1 I. I .
iu .iu.m nig UUkUIU 1UWI u lfKU UUItl .Q
iLroilh wbi. h Ijib water
151 lililiTlN. M'NUAY, .U'LY fi, 18;
In ilhi i r,; H'1 W(irViii
! Iia- ,l' r hndy
,fi. m i
Whori tin water w tint laken rr.iin i
tlioo wells It had a Irish'. appear-1
aneo.nnd thero nthmg In tlm tiisto ,
to Indlenl., that it w uA o"l. healthy j
water. Hut after '' Rf""ml '!f'
toon to twenty minut'" it
L-roBti or black, and emll
tinoll. 'IVn add to this thu fact that on
Sunday nnd Monday lait the men wore
VI IINIMIF.K ITH Hll-Sll St K AT,
That Is to say, meat that was oncu fresh
It items that tho men complained that
their boarding bones did not furnish them
. . . . . .I.-. !.... nopfi enrntiillled
I wltn ireiu nieai, iu ".' 1
tolivo.n tacon, etc. lo latisiy mom
and stop their grumbling, tho latter part
uf last week, several t'f tho
boarding bosses catno to this city
and purchased largo quantities of frush
i beef, which they packed on leoanu smrica
1 for their camp. Tho Ice did not last long,
j and when the met arrived at tho works
it was not the freshest. Jlut it was not al-
together spoiled, and "would do." H was
! coolied up, and of this tho mon eat freely.
Now inking all thi. together bd
! whiskey, w ro than bad water, and mea ,
1 which to sav the least was "not sound,''
und i H not a wonder that every mother'a
son of them did not dio ' Out or one
i camp of tr.'entv men, In Ws than three
' davs. nine of them died ; and in the oilier
1 'i,i ...v -- propor
' Hun. In all prooably 20 men llod from
.Monday morning to Thursday nigra, when
tho men were disbanded, the camps broken
up, aud the works, for the time Mnf .Ip
1 lilies' LIST
Allen, Miridori Aerot, Jtosa
Urown, Naunl Hennett, Amanda
liarreus, Mury llrown, Junn
ll.irnes, .iinry lleckwiih, .SriraU
Croc.ki.it.Oej li Miss telln, barah
lJuVu, KulLi rjurah
Flik, 11 A
O Conner, Susi.n
Oibun, K 1 1 z
Ilimniek, Samniind Simpson, -Mrs
aerhun, C Sen lib, Lnnru
i. KM I.I-T.
Austin, llirry Ander.mn, (
Anderson, Cornelius Anderson, Aaron
llfunn, .Innie I'
( onnor, John
Kjki r. Cha
I'reer, (inn A
(inio, N D
Keslor, .1 S
1'alt.y, Wm Fill
Dean, 0 T
Kbort & Co C I!
Knowles, l.all.-.n A
MoDonyald. W J
Miller, J F.
McCluskev. Cha F. Needy, .1
lionan, I.awren- e
Sloan, S -I
Scudder, Jas A
Reynold, Jno II
Steven 'on, Wesley
Sitnond., A W
Westlnke. W I)
A FINK Fill IT FARM FOR SALE.
Situated on tho Cairo and Vincennes
railroad, one-half milu from the depot at
Caledonia ftatlon, containing ono hundred
and Ufty-flvo acres of tbo bust fruit land
In Southern Illinois, one hundred acres
under cultivation, the bulanco in good
timhorand well watered by nover failing
springs Thero is a frontaiso on iho Ohio
river of one-half mile with good landing
for wood yard and general 'hipping busi
ness Fru'pects for Iron and coal good.
Parties warning a good homo will do well
to look at tho placo before purchasing
olsowhero. Terms easy. Knqulro of
r,.37'Jw D. Hi' mi A Son, Cairo, III.
SECCRE THE SHADOW.
Havo you visited Schleslngcr'.s new pho
tograph gallery on Eighth street between
Commercial nnd Washington avenues!' II
not, you should do so, and give the proprie
tor .in opportunity to try bis skill In taking
of joti a perfect likeness and a splendid
plcluie. Mr. Scblciingir's gallery is fitted
up In the best style, with the Intentiou ol
doing nothing but perfect work. The
ladles' druwiug room Is beautifully fur
nished, and the operating room has a sky
light uusui passed by uny In the West. Mr.
Schletlnger hopes his many filcuds, who
have heretofore given to hlra theit patron
age, will continue their lavors. 'Io them
and the public, generally he extends .in in
illation to visit his rooms, whether desirme
work ilono at present or not, catisfied that
the unlinar llll-n ill uilllr.ru tt.i Klnnr
nBtan he La. r If ncd
the latest Improvement, in hib ait .md tho
'kill or an operator ol (jreat merit, lately id
London, .Mr. Frank Locke Steele, will com
maud their patronage when thev shall need
work to bo done. G-lfi-Ini
EXCURSION TO DENVER.
31. and St. L. Packet Compakv, i
v s I 1 1 u, valiu, u uiy i, IO IO. j
Tbo Memphis and St. LouD Pricket
company now ofl'or for talo round trip
tickets from Cairo to Denver nnd return,
good for ninety days from dute ol
sale. Also regular tickets on in In I'nr
Kansas City, Omaha, TopeU, Lawrence,
oan i rancico and all principal polntri
i est, and by river and rail to all points
outli. For further information call at
tho company s idlice, No. 71 Ohio liivoi,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois.
.Iasius Mallouv, Ticket Ag t.
-S-.i A. Silvkk, Faonger Ag t.
ICE CltEAM fsALOoTs'.
A warm weather 1, approaching the
lou.r. ot k-u cream will be a,i to Itarn that
"'ri.Saiip.VCI.iikhoninvi-iltied up and!
ri'iunu.hed, In clegatu ,tjc, their Ice cream 1
parlor-. Their uiaminolli oda loiiutaln ha
ai-o been put In ruuiilng order, and nothing
4iiiiiu about the e.ubiithim-nt to make
'hi- p..-ar.- and eomion o their patrons
" ' i-l-vti
li , s in Till I'll' 'N I
Mr. .lanii " liii.iln. lmt rr .ntiioli n
i liillr.lif.-i i. .ir evr ellelll rlli the people
id llil- cM. 1m opened : nr mr-al
lin, ., n... . ,.i in r nt I 'nnilllelrial JWIllle
.mil I'wi'iitlrti, .H. . I. ii "t door lo .Mr. I'.it j
HurF. grocery IH-i will 'iiomh ami
ii lnoulcdKcd fj-i Mul Mr. h)iuUn, unr- ,
I"!? hi liiiii! cvixi n. e In the meal iui?l-
ne.i In ihl.. city, mi er oilund to hli cu-toiu-era
nnj thing but tin' eh- - e-t of el cry ilnd
of meat. Ho is a good .nidw of caltle. and
luiys uoth nit but the oun.taim aucsi,
and nancoii!criicnev ln the best of beef.
I ho same mav l,e .nld of ivcij kltm oi ineai
old by him. Olvehlin atrial, and our worn
lor It. ou illl alwais in nlcvcd. -le-tt
Oil". Helm, Sixth Direct. n :ir Ohio levee,
has lllit laid out a enn.idcrabie sum ol
money In repainting, papering, and in eicry
way repairing his barber shop, and hl l
now one of tho nicest. If tint the nlocit ton
fnrlal establishment In Cairo. Jlelm cm
ploys none but Ur..t-cl.is workmen In his
)hop, nnd tve venture to ay Hie two young
men who now hold Mutation?) there, cannot
be excelled In their colling by any other
barber or barbers in the elly Try them.
01 7-1 1
This popular hotel lia been relittcd and
mproied, and Is now one of the mot com
lortahle Hopping places In tho niy. The
travelling public and person de-lilivr
plca'ant quarters by the week or month,wIll
always find them at tho Commercial hotel.
Italia to uudiui,... u.. .hitpil n fol
lows: Day boald, SI M) per wccl;; tr.insli,
?1 OOrerday; board and lodging, from f
to f7 per week. Mn M. .1. Wiiitk,
WANTKD TO (10 TO DF.N VF.I1, COL
OF. A DO.
A girl to cook, wash, Iron and l gen
ral house work, In a small family, rjood
Wage Will lrf pr.Ul, nonobut tbo best need
apply to Jp.a. n. Ilrr.l-,
l-rt- Seventh Street.
N( TICIi SA I.OON-K F.Kl'F.KS
8aloon-kep"M are horeby notified to
not siie nr sell my htisbsud, Charles
Clark, any intoxicating liquors. I will
iioiecutqanyandt.lt who disregard thl
notice I.ity Claiic.
Cairo, July 3, lt.73. 7-1 t
MNINfi-KOUM OHM. WANTKD.
A good dining-room girl wanted im
mediately, llrmd wage' paid. Apply at
Hie oflloe ,-,f Tiik llfi.irnv
1 --'i H
i MOT V 10 ATI! F.R IS I'liM-
! 1X0 KKFiF COOL.
RclVicorator? at from$IS t
S"0. leo choMs at 1 1, Si:;.
'SI"), $17, $20, etc. lW'i' rf)il
crs at Cincinnati retail prices
, water cooler.-;, ieo cream freez
ers, wire cloth for window
i screens, bath ami foot tubs,
iiangiin, Abruhamieliarconl furnaces charcoal bv
Iackon, Hardy .t.i s i i i .
' tUU UUSI1C1, uai'1'ei. CIO., UT
r.F.F.RWART, UltTII tX ( O s..
13j Cniini'Vi:i:i. Af,
.Si MMKR Attention to the
trade. Haviiicr a large selee
, tion of handsome white goods
'very diea), .Batiste do valen
ciennis. plain striped and tig
J ured styles : Swiss's, plain
'striped and ligurcd ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured : Marseilles in great vari
eties and patterns ; Xansooks
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured iTercalcsin hand
some figures and designs; cm-
in larcre assort-
ments ; white trimmings in
large a-sortnicnts ; linen suit
ings in all shades; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
have in store a very complete,
laige and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
C. 11 ANN Y.
1'. S. Please call, no trou
ble to show iroods. 0-28 If
TjiYou can buy six
and ono-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. JN'ow Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Boat
three and one-half libs. Trimo
Bio Coffeo, Ono Dollar ; Rest
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Rest Oun-i
i poWdOr lea, U110 JJOllar and
' Soventv-Gvo Cents nnriintinrl '
. V- . r ... '
) !g a,1l U
Ono Dollar per pound, and ov
orything proportionately cheap
at' IflllAM Bfxnv.
A in " hotel has lieen'opeued in'lhu large
hoii-u located on the coiner of Seventh
itreot ami WaihiiK;ton aienue. it will bu
known as llrown'a hotel, and proprletored
by Mr. llrown, whoso reputation as a hotel
keiper U well-known In this city. The
houso has been thoroughly icuovatcd and
refurnished, and Is In ever)- way llrst-cliss.
1 In- t.ihles uru at all times furnl'ilieil with
the be,t the season affords, und the charges
liberal. beliiL" only il M per day. .Mr.
llrown kollclts and deer ei u haro of Iho
public patronage. fi-lltl
Till, I, to liiiorm the pcopln of Cairo that
Rev. C. iJiici-i'hner, pas-tnr of Iho (iennaii
I.lilhoru church of Ibis clly, ban opened it
school wherein both thu (ictm.in and Eng.
li-li l.uigilagcs will he taught. If thore aro
Ihoso among our American born citizens
who wish lo havn their children learn to
read, wrllo and speak the (iennaii Duguage,
they now have an oppoitiinlty to gratify
that wish. Rev. Duerscliner Is a thorough
(ieruiau and English scliolar, and will spare
no effort to maka the si'honl of which he l
principal a success.
I! order ofthe IIOtllKOI Dll:rHHl.
$30,000 WORTH OF GOODS
OX AND A FT Elt
.1. will i'll my ciiliro ?lot'K of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As I am determined lo r-loso out my present btiinc us soon as pos'iblr;,
N. H TO AVOID ALL IISTAKKS IIKHKAFTKH, TIMS ST0''K
Wll.l, UK SOIj!) STUKTI.V KOH CASH.
.lulj -, lT-i.
C 0 V V E 11 A S
C A H JJ O li A T I'J O
I' 1 I! .M A X Ci A
CA R It 0 I. I ( A ( I J)
(J II L 0 II I 1) K OF L I
I' O V I)
b'Oli :!At,,K A.T
id :h, u a
WASIIlNiiTOS WMNIi; Mi KDillTIl TUi:i 'l
2TO. 7-i OHIO LLVEli
ST. CHARLES. HOTEL
t:. 1 1 1 i r p.
Tlin.lnt Cbuh-i- I! in-l ti.ii kn.-.ni Mie leadiiiniil
LAUO'KST HOTEL IX .SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And in all tho appointment of a iirt-eh, house, has no competior In Cairo, and no supe
rior III the Male outride of ( hicnKO. '
The saint Charle. I-, built In the mot 'olid and substantial manner of brick and Iron. Is
four -tprle In height, c-M-luslic of In-ement and attic, ha, a Irontago ol 110 feet on the
Oh o riv er, lii leet on Second Mrcct nnd a wing lor culinary purposes : ts In thorough repair
and will couilortalily iiceoininodate W uuests I- now dolnr, a line paylni: limine, which
aim win couilortalily uceoininodate W) i;uest. J. now dol
will be largely iueriu-ed during the pre.-et year by the uc
Cairo, and whoe depots will be in clo-o prnxlinlty to tho I
Faille, wMilne to encase in the hotel hu-inr .i havo n-
, " ' .... -.
purcht-e the entire r.ropert), or om-ihinl
eliidlmr Iiirrunire anil --lod mil on icrj
11 PeidldoStrcet, New uiaaii-
Jla" U-rtl ).f
OVER TII I
TCt lai. I l . . . jr., .
Las ji. 1. n btl, 1 tl. tu
Kte-iial .und) Ciit-.Riii-,,,
Hpl'aln-. Urn, , . :,. . ,., . r '
IDLE WILD MILLS
I I 'm in i ui 'l a ,.hi
1 1 n.-ii ,
D (.FN IKIt, . I'lion-iKfuli.
CHOICE STEAM-DRIED CORN MEA I,
i in; .iim r , m pi,
I -r. I , ,. .
- all Ml
M .i, i
n lot- to salt the Ir.ide.
U. 11. CUNNINGHAM.
i:il(J.10 C II LO 11 A L U .M
L I .M K
JSr A T 0 F 1 0 T A 6 11,
I' 0 W D I- R
K U K I) (' 11 A R 0 A L
c t s t r
" " a b 5-e r i ,
new rauroaut now being bum into
fllll 1,1, AVi.ult.nl nnnnHohtll- 1 ,1
.... ...... ...... h.. ...Vllfcll, U IUUIII
Interest with management of the liualneas. In-
r'onalilo terms, at low ilirures, and cay pay.
a j a
Tlcknor A; Co., ST. LOUIS,
'""'Ul thh l.iniimni,
no i t noli ( r, Ifi I. no r.i,,. .
' . i
... ... .vi., c-
"' I Hill- "III Ifi.L llin r.,.,Tl.. .
'i"A.V .Ml'S'l'l'S'll I.fXnri'vri
' :",;'' Drue, hand CiiintiyMtoit-i.
, at ii-se , fiOj. nii-l i i.M jr Jfjtil , NoUst
style, aire of liottb A'.
NT KA MHO ATM.
OANIO AND PADUGAI1
MAIL HO AT.
U, n'lajld ntfainnr
DICK Fowlib, Captain
Leave Cairo DAILY, (Sunday oxcepted) at
i iMii Fur frelaht ppassa,e apply uu'tx.ai or
f V.'S "YY'l ou onus
Jas. Mallokv, Ag't,