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$A IRQ BULLETIN.
S biir paper ' isrlf to report
. I cl to IH "mce either proii
jy or hy I'hI Jrl.
' HillraSlnsi omr. Hnllvlln tSnllilltiK
( Wnahltisrlnn inf,
Heron rrr tintc'
Llino is central K 11
I loo If lit the NhortMt Hotite
Kit My Mllr the Hhorlrat llotil
HO OUANOK OF OARS
TROM CAIRO TO
7T. T.nniS Oil CHICAGO.
ONLYONK CHANGE OF OARS
OM UAIKO TO
sciutiU. i. llasapolls, Tolielo,
union, virwii,ui, i
Vlfll0, HlttstiUIS, Wl.hlnittotl.
sltimors, PhilMMr.Ms, .sow tone,
notion ol Ml iiidu rt.
ilwsutle, Jo-Mlllf, Mailt -n.
V - H.. - . - Ul P.nl .n.l kU ijiihli nnrlh.
iY.it U also lh ilil) Olttrl t'LH to
wslur, IllnomlnRtnn, Hptmg'M,
oris,- yuinct, Kn'ikuki
urhogtou, Hin-a f.UnJ, f. -silf.
(ndota, Iion, F;sport,
Hans, Dubuque, ."loui oil)',
3 Omah and all points northwest.
'Decant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca"
On nil Nlsht Trains.
ltPl l tiro; od boM inn trsnsil lcmr I
,u Columbus and Cairo, nJ t n rrtnclp
aIiro i tlckM offloi throughout the sonth.
T W P JOIIN-ilN Dftl'I' iK AK't, Chleto.
A MirciiU, Gf n'l s-up't. Chicago.
J " J JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
k CHANGE OF TIME.
Passenger trim on the llllnol1! Cintral
amanire time t (-day. Kroin awl nllcr 2:10
p m. to-day trains will run u (allows :
Tr.xtrest dally . .. .3:l!i a. m.
axceptSanday . .. .4:00 p. ni.
U.preM, . ;io p.m.
Mil), dally except undav ..Uit'W ulght.
XJAinO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS II. U.
, On and alter Monday, June 8. 1S73, train
.Wtll run dally, except Sunday, between
uremueld's landing nnd Slkeston, Scott
tcountv, Mlseouil. a. follows:
iLeive Greenticld's 10:0o a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
' " Charleiton 10M " " U:I0 "
" Hketton 7.10 p.m. 0-6 tf
. THE CAIRO AND VINCENNES
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM CAIRO
CnclnnaU, Indlniunolis, Toledo,
IJelrolt, Ceel..d, Matru Fall,
liuflalo. J'ittjluv. Wathliwtoii,
Baltimore, J'iillidrlpMa, .Vev Vork.
Bo .ton and all Eilern I'oluts.
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1. 1573. trains
"in run ai iuiio:
G 3ng north Ieac Cairo at -f.-Oda.ni.
uoinjf ioum nrnic at lalrout ... 3:IU;i.ni.
MOt.S'U C1TT tCCOStUODATIOX.
Leaves Cairo at ..UiO a.m. and 0:W p.m.
Arrives xt Cairo at s:w a.m. nnd 1:25 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vln
cenutf at I &3) p.m., iniKlm; direct uuiinuc
tiiin at U.'iJ p.ni . Hitli the indiutiapoltn mid
Vitice juci ran. a'l I ,r lllill.iu ip.ilN, the
grrt rai'roj centre, Iroui whleli point
tral s are uVPirini ut nil hour-, tir nil
point In ( e I uueil Ma es mil uinadu. At
U.jM' ta w u Uj' t.Hiillu and Craw
(ur iliie rai.niiU, for lorra llatile, Lull.
n.ipolli, (.hi g.. Uanvillu nml nil points
tiurtli, Wa ilk- lerralLiutu l, uu illv ami
ClilcjgiMai rui, jij.I t lit the Vandjlfa
Hue, in'l Iiiutaii4iiuuiiit. Lotil railroad.
At i.btp m iMtij tlie Ullio ulld .Mi--l-ilplil
rilltoad, fjr.iin..iiii.iii, ouliille, mid all
pjtllUej.l, iu uliniilinati.
l',"ii.'fitjiiir: ii) tiil riiiiip ar placed
In iiiJuiup t.i-.ciiiciiinuti. I.uiil-vlllf . New
lork, tlo-t ii, l'liliudulplila, llaltlinore,
"'hinet'iii. and ull ta-l rii po iu, u
luuif in 4j.mu of any oilier mute.
t.xprcM train make culim dlon nt I'.ldo
raJu rtlHi n. Louii uml soiitheactHrn nil
wr, tor l Lui, Mt. Vernon (thlnul-i,
blinnvetawn and all poliiii between UKlo
rJo ml st LouU,
At Xorrn c ty makes clo'c connection
for sprtinr ilU. Itock 1-land, and uli points
onipniiU ,ja,i nuuol iouthcastern rail
way una con e tlou-.
At i,rm i n si Loul, nvnnsvllle, Hen-aer-on
und Nu.mt. railway due. lor Mt.
crrmn Indu.n, Evan- ill. Ilftiilcr-oii
(heiitu V) Na,UMill (Teiiiiorv ), and nil
wuoi. l.. . r, , ii, utiii runway uuu
IJlSiW't t:ie-Wtd to all Important point
,r i" et. an I Intiiriiutl in miiiiIv ut
iiio ticket offlre. corner ; unili ftreet and
vuLu.ucrcui acnUi, Cairo, Il.inol..
JS'j. Lie, sup t Ciias O. Wood,
U ii. I'mi r and Ticket Ag I
u. t iii-UNUDE, Agent, Cairo.
LOr.M. WKATiiru nri'iiiri
U 8. Siu. SeuunaKi.VEH'b (irricr., 1
-imo, July 7, lsT.i, io:ii p.m. j
Theraometer 70 degree.
vlnd, t.outhca.1, velorlty 12 mile ptr
Weather, light rain.
Maximum temperature lust St bourn, be
M'.nlinum tempersture, last 51 hours, C8
PrevalHoif wind lat St hours southeast.
Total number of wile wind traelled, la.t
34 hours, HT
Total ruin fall Ut 21 hours, .01.
Uuwis Oakland. Ohhenir.
Uaekt lor tlie Cairo, Arkansas and Trxu
rallroud. starting Irom White A Greer'n
store, corner ol sixth street and Ohio Itue,
run an follovva:
Lee at .. s a.m.
Arrielncltyat 10 a.m.
" " 6 p.m.
(Wtf John MKVtns, Agent.
FOR SALE. UUGGY.
Ono buggy In tint class order Is for talc.
Call at B.tuntrA of tho Express Office,
Ohio Levee. 1'uil. K. How.mid,
Mr. H. 1. Hjrn wUbe to inform her
patrons and the ladles ol the city generally,
that be lia removed her drewiuaUni
rooms, No. 131 to No. 10), uixt door to the
Atheceum, up stalnr. li-lin
Fine white, single and double X amber
tingle and double X Canary, bel fjuullty ol
taaullU, hluo letter, etc., etc. 60,000 lor
ale, printed at (t'J W to a to p(T thousand,
at the UTiLKTiN OrKici:.
Valuable real estate coultliig ot three
Jot Irontlng on Flfteentli tlreet between
Walnut an Cdar ; large frame houtc nearly
Dew, two stoilcs, three rooms on each Hour,
outuoutc, etc For further particulars eu
(jtilm at ilie Drtuiset. Ml;u, C SKiUUauV,
DM, at the residence of her huibtnil,
on "Walnut etroet, between Eighth nnd
Mnth itrcet, vc-terdny, .July 8. Mri.
AntoncltaTaolc, ned 47 yenri. Funoral
lorvlccs at St. Patrick' chjrch, ftt 1
o'clock to-day. The remalm will be bur-
ried at Villa Rldgo. Train loavei Eighth
trcet hi half-past 1. Frlondi nnd rela
tion! rejpectfully Invited to attend.
ITEMS OF LOCAL NEWS.
Arthur Uoylo It In th city.
Sturm i aro the order of the day.
A fpcclul term ot Iho couuty will con-
vcLooti Monday next.
Ycitorday wa "nirJ'i day," but thero
was very little builneu transacted.
Tbero will ho n ipeclal term of the
Alexander county circuit court convened
on thu fourth Monday In July.
Tholrante work fur a new building
on Commercial avonuobetwo'in Tenth and
Eleventh streets l boln prepared.
Iluntncfs In Judgu UropV police court
watjtitltn so, yesterday. Threo or four
cisc uf minor Itnportnnco wero triod.
The Egyptian base ball club go to
Mound City to-day to play tho Riverside
club or that placu. Two to one on the
A meeting of thn directors of tho
Cairo and Si. Louis railroad will bn held
at tho Southern hotel, Si. Louts, on Tut-
day, 1 Slli lust.
Mr. V. V. Thorton ii bnvinc the
lots In tho rear of his Tenth ttroot business
block filled. Tea nil Rro busily engaged
in hauling earth.
IJ'ies the mayor propnso to appoint
an inspector of markets? It Is necessary,
a nil there should he no time lost In tbo ap
pointment of such an officer.
Good a champoo at J. Goorgo Stein.
house's harbor shop. It cools n man's
ti'mper and makes him at poaco with "all
tho wurld and the rest of mankind."
Dr Lavarty, lato of Shawneotown,
has come to Cairo to settle. Uls office will
be In the Sholly building, f.lgut street
between Commercial and Washington
The Mississippi rivor is still cutting
away the bunk along tho county road a
h irtdlstanco above town In tho neigh
borhood of ono huudrod yards has gono
into tho river during tho present season
There are tlx nuhlin ciin in
sisslon in- Alexander county. Sunorin- '
tendent John 0. Whito is making an ef-1
fort to get up a four weeks mstiiuto, to bo
ubiu in iairo soinciime uitricg tue sum-
Tho sale of tobacco at tho Plnntor'
wirehousc, Mossrs. Straughn and Ilinkle
proprietors, on Friday next, promises to
bo ono of tho largest sales of the season
The tobacco to ho sold is all of a superior
Tbo " Egyptians " of this city, nnd tho
Riverside" of Mound City, will play a
match gam of baso ball ut that uUc,
this (Wednesday afternoon. Tho
1 Egyptians " will leave this morning on
the 11. 35 train.
Mr. Timothy OCallahan broko
ground yesterday for a now brick businoss
hoiuc, ut tho corner of Fourteenth street
nnd Ohio Uvco. Tho building wM be a
lwo.tory fctid basumunt afl'alr, and occu
pied n a etoro home.
Work on Mr. Jacob Kline's new
brick residence house, to be erected on the
vacant lots on Twentieth meet, next to
thu Cuurt-llouse hutel, was commencod
yosterday. Mr. Geo. Christrnan hm tho
contract for the brick work.
Uoforo two o'clock yesterday morn'
Ing Judgo Rross hid four applications tor
ndmii.-ion to the hospital at the expense
of tho county. Nono of tho applicants
wuru rusideuts of Aluxandur county. Of
coursv nonu of tU.nu were ttdiniltud.
Forsalua large amount of choice
fruit in the orchard, consisting of peaches,
peaN apples and quinces, on Cairo and
Vlncenni-i R R., olevon miles from
Cairo. Enquire of J.ri. Hawkivs,
C.'J7-2w Cross street.
Pat Fitz-'crald has rocoived at t! o
samplo room corner 1 1th air. nnd Corn
murcial hvo. a frosh involco of Han' ale,
Ginniss porter and Hcnnessy Itrandy
Sure proventlvos of Cholurn or any other
disca'o. Evory body uses them. C-'JO-tf
Work on the Cairo extension of tho
Mississippi Central was recommenced yes
terday. A new sol of men havo boon
employed, mid thu greatust care will bo
taken to prevent sickness among thvm.
Very fu w of tho old men nro now working
on thu road.
A special communication of Cairo
lodge No. 127 A. F. and A. M. will
be held this (Wednesday) evening at 7 J
o'clock sharp. Work iu F. C. degree.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. Ily order of tho W. M.
U. F. ISlakk, Secretary.
Messrs. Elliott and Haythorn wish to
inform their friends and tho public gen
erally that they nrc not selling out at cost
but at tho very smallest trifle abovo cost,
and not less than ten per cct.t. lower than
nny of those who are selling out at cost.
This is t. sort of n riddle, but then it's thu
truth. Go and see their immense stock of
boots and shoes, examine their prices and
satisfy yourself. 7-3-3t
Parties occupying without leave por
timsol the "Illinois Central strip," had
butter be up and stirring, or they may be
pat to trouble and cipenic. The com
pany, wo understand, have commenced
suit against u number of persons, and In
tend pushing the matter to tho full oxtent
of tho law. Tho company say thu "strip"
mast be clear of rubbish and If parties will
not voluntarily remove their sheds, stables,
etc., they will bo compelled to do so.
Several days ugo the steamboat ilullo
Memphis landed a pauper in this ii ty,
who applied for admission to tho hospital,
but was refused. Ho went back on tl r
boat and was taken to St. Louis. When
the bout returned to this city Sir. Pauper
cmo back with it, and a second time male
application for admission to tho hospital.
Judge Jlross said, "No sir. 1 will send you
btek to Memphis whero you came from
and let them take care of you.'' His pau.
pership could not see it in that light, and
politely informed his hoaor that he would
"S6 biro lnh J first
UA1R0 DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1873
Those cx-sMerrBon aro very faitldl
ou people. "We keep for their mo a
three-lcfRed stool a stool thnt will not
tond. Yesterday it served th purpoie
for which It was Intended. Ex-Aldetman
Carroll sit down upon It, The result
was ha went out ol the office with a dilap
idated neck. He believed for a tlmo tbut
It whs brokon ; but It wasn't. It was
only put out of Joint by tho heavy fall he
received. Rut It is a fact, that tho bottle
of "cholora modlctno" they call It chol
era roedlclno now which ho had in the
tall pocket of his claw liamraor corU was
brokon, and tho scat of his flno black
cloth pantaloons was ruined.
Till: COUNCIL MKET 1 NO .
REGULAR MEETING F THE CITY
THE CITY APPROPRIATION HILL
PASSED '10 A SECOND
A regular meeting of tho city council
was held last night. The following mem
ben wero pro.'ent; Uixby, Korsmeyor,
Meyors, Morris, McEwen, McOauley,
Nellis, Rlttonhouso and Robinson.
" "MITTEB ON CLAIMS
Reported back a large number or hills,
which were severally allowed and referred
as required by ordinance.
City Treasurer Cunningham having
presented a bill for $3 CO for collecting
special assessments on sidewalks, tho com
mittee on claims reported tho hill back,
recommending that It bo not allowed, as
they could find no ordinance authorizing
such payment. Tho committeo state thnt
inasmuch as tho collection of tuxos has
been takon out of thu hands of tho city
treasurer and made tho duty of the Sheriff
to make such lolleclion, tboy did not
know just what course to pursuo In tho
promises. The bill was referred back to
tbo committee with Instructions to got tho
opinion of tho city attorney in tho mat
ter HIE COMMITTEE OS SThKETf
Reported in favor of allowing tbo side
walks onTwontieth ctreot, between Com
mercial avenue and Levco street, to re
main as it is for the paesent. The report
of tho committeo wns concurred in.
Tho potition of Chas. O. Patler & Co.,
asking tho privllc;;o of maintaining a
tMin Brot,nd lhclr lmi"P kl
of i,lnetcotl1 '-r,")t ( n
enuo, was concurred in by the council, tho
railing to bo constructed nndor thn direc
tion of tho strcot committeo.
Tho city appropriation ordinance was
takon up and passod to a second reading
tbo amount to bo raised a n contingent
tund being raised Irom ono to two thou
sand dollars; tho fractional portion of
amount to be raised which is to bo paid
in cah was made one-third lni-toad of
Mrs. Falkxnslea stated that she had
paid into thu city treasury $ 100 for liquor
license, but ttmi tbo license was nut
granted bur: nnd having tmcu paying tho
abovo amount she had been married, and
now asked thnt a liceueo be granted her
busbund. Tbo potition wns tabled.
Property uwnun In block !!:!
petition tho city council to pass
an ordinance taking said block out
of the lira limits, as tbcro were toveral
pursoni) owning lots in tald block who
would If they wero allowed to put up
fruuiu structures and ut onco improve their
property, with buildings. Tho petition
was ruterred iu the committee on fire de
partment. ON TOLII K.
The mayor stated tbat by tho authority
granted him by tho charter, ho had dis
mised Policeman Frank Romis, fur
drunkoncss, and that he would nominate
Henry T. Murtln to Ull thu vacancy. The
nomination was continued by a vote of,
ayos, 9 ; noes, 1.
A number ol liquor bonds wore pre
sented and approved, after which tho
council adj mrni'd,
THANKS FROM THE DELTA
Whllu exulting over tho cxtraor inary
success of tnelr Fourth of July picnic,
thu Delta City Fire company do not for
got tbat a great measure of their success
is due to the kind cilices, and generous
aid of the good people of Cairo. Wbllo
the company may not montion names, they
desire to tender special thanks for tbo tar
paulins placed at their use, for the milk for
their Ice cream, for the nicely served
hams that supplied their sandwiches, and
the flowurs tbat adorned thoir refresh,
in e tit stands.
Thu committee of arrangements, Includ
ing tho president, worked with untiring
industry, and whilo thanking them thu
company desires to includu all who in
any maunor contributed to the succcm ul
Hy ordor of tho company,
M. J. McGailev, Sec y.
RETURN OF THAN KM.
Warhenhjiuhq, Mo., July , lb73.
Ed Cairo Rl'llktin Will you allow
tnu to return my thanks through the col
umns of your excellent paper to the Sis
ters of Charity in chargo of your hospital
vihilo I wns a patient some tlmo since.
Also my thanks and gratitude to bo mo of
your most valuable citizens who lilted
me from tlmo to tlmo und rendered other
assistance that will never bo etlace I from
my memory, a fow of whom I will mon
lion A. Comings, F M. Htoclifleth, F
Ilross, E A. Ilurnott, George Lohr and
othor members of tho 1. O. O. P., whoso '
ainu attention was stiown mo while 1 was
helplessly 111. I over remain, your at.
tached friend and brother,
S3- J. RL KSf.1T.
noTi o eT "
Olllce Lalro and bt. Louis RR. Co.)
Cairo, Ills, July b, 1S7X
Notlco is hoioby glvon that a meeting
of the dlructors of this company v. til .u
held at the Southern Hotel In th city of
tit. Louis, Mo., on Tuesday, tho 16th Inst.,
at 10 o clock a. ui.
3. Ktaats Taylor, FreildCLt
A FINE I'RuTrrFARM TOR 8ALE.
Sltuate.1 on the Cairo and Vincenncs
under cultivation, tho balanco In good I
timber nnd well waterea oy uvr i'ns
nflnifi Thnrn Is a frontage on tha Ohio
1 . . . I
Ivorof one-half mllo wltu goou lanuing
for wood yard and general shipping busl- L
ncss. Prospects for Iron and coal good. I
Parties wanting agood homo will do well
to look at tho placo beforo purchasing
olsowhoro. Terms easy. Enqulro of
C272w D.HUKD& So.v, Cairo, 111.
SSMJUIIU IUI. BMAUvn.
Have vou visited Schleslneer-s new t.ho-
Ugraph gallery on Eighth strcot between
(ntni.w.rlnl nml Washlnvtnn nvrnnoiV 111
. -I,mI.I .In .n .,! uivn (tin nrnnrto.
tor an opportunity to try his skill In taking
tnii n tiprffrt tlknnocQ nml a anlpmllil i
. - , - - - .
plctute. Mr. Schleslngcr'g gallery Is fitted
up In the best style, with the Intention ol
.lolmr nothlnv hut nerfect work. Tho
Mies' drawing room U beautifully fur-
nlii..t nml Ilia rt n ra I m tt rAin tin n kbtr.
a , . .1.
UllllCUs UUU SUV uilSif, awwu ua t bij- l
light unsurpassed by any In the West. Mr.
Schlcslnger hopet bis many friends, who
have heretofore given to hlin their patrou
age, will contluuo their favors. To them
and the public Vencrally he extends an In-
vltatlon to visit hii rooms, whether desiring
work none at present oruoi, hamucu mat
the appcarancu ol his gallery, tiic many
conveniences he has procured linked, nil
the latest Improvements in his art and the
skill of an operator of great merit, lately ot
London, Mr. Frank Locke Steele, will com
mand their patronaco when they shall need
work to be done. C-lG-lm.
EXCURSION TO DENVER.
M. and St. L. Packet Company, i
Aok.vt'b OrrtCE, Cairo, July 1, 1873.
company now offer for salo round trip
tlckets from Cairo to Denver and return,
$7P, good for ninety days from .late of
aio. Also roguiar tickets on salo for
K'ansas City, Omaha, Topcka, Lawrence,
Francisco and all principal points
, and by river and rill to all pols
h. For futtber information call at
tho company's ofllco, No. "1 Ohio levee,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois.
.1 AMES MAL1.0RT, TICKOt Ag I,
Sol A. SlLVKit, Passonger Ag't.
KYNASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kyuaston, whoso reputation n
a butcher Is par excellent with the people
ol this city, hit opened a new meat
shop near the corner of Commercial avenue
and I wentleth street, next door to Mr. Pat
lluri'n grocery' store. It Is a well Inown and
acknowledged fact that Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing hU long experience iu tho meat hul-nci-s
In thli city, necr offered to his custom
ers anything hut tho choicest of every ilnd
i of meat. He Is a good Judge of cattle, and
buys nothing but the youngest and attest,
and as a consequence has the best of beef.
The same may be said of every kind of meat
.oi,Uiy Mm. (Hve him atrial, and our word
tor It, you will always be pleaded. -l!"-tt
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A two-itory bouso on Commercial avc
nuo near the corner of Nineteenth street.
The house Is forty foet long by twenty
two feet wldo. It contains ten rooms acd
kitchen, and a good cistern and ncc:"nry
out-bouses arc attached t) it. It is well
ventilated and well adapted for a business
huuso or dwelling. It Is In a business part
of tho city and has been newly palntod
and renovated insido and out. Apply to
River Shannon House, Ohio Levoo,
Cairo. Illinois. 7-S-lm.
lius, Helm, Sixth street, near Ohio levee,
has just 1 till out a considerable sum ot
money In repainting, papering, and in every
way repairing his barber shop, and his 1'
now one of tbe nicest. If not the nicest ton
sorl.il establishment in Cairo. Helm cm
ploys none hut first-clas wokmen In hi
shop, and we cnture to say the two young
mun who now hold situations there, cannot
be excelled In their calling hy any other
barber or barbers In the city. Try them.
COMMERCIAL 11UTE I.
This popular hotel has been refitted and
mproved, and Is now one of the most com
lortahle stopping places In the city. The
travelling public and persons desiring
pleasant tmarters hy tbo week or month, will
always tlnd them at tbe Commercial hotel.
Rates of hoard have been reducted as fol
lows; Day board, $ CO per week; transit,
tl 50 per day; hoard and lodging, from f I
to 17 per week, Mns M. .1. WiliT:,
FINE LAUNDRY WORK.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman takes this method
ot informing the public tbat she Is now
prepared to d all kinds of flut laundry
work at cheap rates. Fluting, crimping,
etc., dono at a small advanco por dozen
on plainclothes. Families and individuals
will find It to thoir advantage to take their
clothes to Mrs. Coleman. Rusidenco on
Fourth strocl, south aide, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues. 7-C-lrn
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A raro chance Is oQerod to somu man
with money to invest In good paying
property in the most desirable part of tho
city. Two lots, &0 feet front on the avo
nue, lioufe 3 stories. Two largo stores
cau bu llttud up on the first tloor, tho up
per stories are well arranged for otllcoi or '
dwellings. For further particulars en
quire of John 0.. Haiiman A- Co.,
0-1-tf Real Estate Agents, Cairo, Ills
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Tha copartnership borotoforo existing
between the undersigned Is this day dis.
solved by mutual consent, and tho com
mission business discontinued.
J. M. miLi.irH.
A. A. AtUL-K.
Cairo, July 7, 1H73. 7-8-3t.
Jlrs. Anna Lang on Elghthstrcet, hetwem
Commercial and Washington aenucs, lus
iut opened out a stock of new and fashion,
able millinery goods, Sho has one hundred
and ilfty dtfleicnt stylcsof hats and bonnets,
belde a large assortment ol ribbons, How. i
"s and notions ot all sorts, all of which wll '
be sold at tbo lowest prices.
A fine cottage. Inquire of
'wt GioMB Fisher
railroad, one-half mile from the depot at tnulc Having a large SOlCO
Caledonia station, containing one handred . f J,an(j whitC goods
and flrty-flvo acres of the hest fruit land
Ir. Poutham Illinois, one hundred acres VOrV CllCap, Batiste (lc VRlcn-
Ueculsrboartlorsat the European botcl,
Harry VTalkor proprietor, rrclve boartl at
Ui rate of ?20 per month. ft-ln-tf
Su.mmeu Attention to the
ciciiniH, plain Striped Mid fi
s if .i -tr. !-
gtrineU aim IlCUreu : Victoria
. . t . j nnd f
UrCU AiarSelsiCS HI great Van
ees an(J patterns NanSOOkS
, . .
patterns ', lllien laWHS, White
and liuured ; Percales in hand
!,.,. ,1 ,lna;c. nm
broldci'cis 111 large RSSOTt
... . .
II1CIHS . MI11U l 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 III
arrr(j assortments llllCIl SUlt
, . ., . ,. ,
lllgS 111 (111 SHIHICS lllieil UUII1-
i linndsoniP n.lttorim
a9KSi HaiUISOIUC p.UlClllS
Mi;iVO 111 SiOVC a VCVV COinplCll1
. -1 .
go ftcasc-imua- tissy i l
,t of clrVUOOds VCl'V cheap
" n H.
yj . '
1 . S. L ICaSO C.lll, 110 trOU
l)lc to sllOW ffOOtls. 0-28 tf
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Colleo Sugar for Ono Dol- j
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orloansic j j T V.
Sugar lor Ono Dollar; Jjest
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffeo, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollnr and
& alf per pOUIld ; Best Glin-
powder TOR, OnO Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents pOT pound
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
q q Dollar T)6r DOUnd. and OV-
...i :!.. ..t
OTVthing proportionately cheap ,
at JIlRAM BlXRY.
A new hotel has becn'openrd liOho; Urge
hoii'c located on the corner of Seventh
street and Washington arnur. It will hu
known as ltrownV hotel, and proprlctored
by Mr. ISrown, whoso reputation as n hotel
keeper is well-known In this city. The
hou-n has been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and Is In every way first-clas
The tables aro at all times furnl-hed with
the best the eason allords, and the charge
liberal, being only 51 W) per day. Mr.
Brown solicits and descre a share of tho
public patronage. .llll
.1. O. .MATHKWSOX.
CO A r M 1 SS I ON MERCHANT
And Agent for
H.ISV ISD AND DffONT I'.IWDrU Ci ,
To Rational I.svaliuh. In slcknee cv
cry portion ot the body nvinpathles with
the scat of the disorder. When the stom
ach tails to perlorm the functions, the liter,
bowels, nerves, muscles, velns.arterles.ctc,
ar-! all more or Irn atlected. These delin
quents require a medicine combining the
properties of a stomachic, an alterative, a
purKatlve, a tonic and n sedative, to lirltii'
them back to their duty: and all these de
ments, In their purest and most clftctlvc
forms are united in
Tarrant's EtTcrvcaccnt Seltzer Aperient
The great Saline Remedy for Indigestion and
and all Its concomittant consequences.
Sold by all druggists. T-O-'i-w
Corner Twelfth street and Washington At t
sT. C. HUELS,
i Late of St. Louis,)
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
HLANK HOOKS oTcvcry description done
with neatnes and dispatch. All kinds of
riling done at short notice. Illhles, Music,
Mivatnes and Periodicals bound neat imi
at .ho lowest possible rates.
xiunty work, such an Kecord, Dockets
Fsn Hooks, Rlanks, etc., made a speciality
lloxes, Pocket Rooks, Enve opes, etc
m In to oriliip 11-'J1
IDLE WILD MILLS
J ( oniiTof Twenty-second strci'l
and Ohio Levee. i
M. I). Ol'NTER, - I'lioi'itlBTOR.
CHOICE STEAM-DRIED CORN .MEAL
III lots to suit (lie trade.
OAIIIO AND 1' A DUG AH
The splsadld uteamer
Dick Fowiia, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
I will sell my
AT ACTUAL COST
As I am determined to close out my present business na sou as possible.
N U. TO AVOID ALL .MISTAK US III3KRAFTKR. THIS STOCK
WIlsIs UK SOLD STRICTLY FOR
July &, 157.!.
0 I- L
P V R M A N C! A
C A R B 0 L I C A (Ml) I'd W PER,
C H L 0 It 1 I) E 0 F L I M H .
P 0 W 1) E 11 E D C Jl A R C 0 A L
FOfi HALE .A.T LOW PPICEB
COR.N'KR VASMINTOX AVH.NTK NH KIUHTH STRKRT
iTO. 7-1 OHIO LiiVE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
TheSalnt Cbarlels well and wldcl known us tb- leauniuan i
LARGEST HOTEL IX SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And in all the appointments of a lirst-cla-s house, has no compctlor in Cairo, and no supe
rior in the tate outside of Chicago.
Tlio Saint Charles U built ill the mo't solid and substantial manner of brick and Iron. Is
fnur-torics In height, excluslu or basement and attic, has a trontage ot 1 .0 lect on thu
iihlo rlcr, ISA lect on Second street and a wing tor culinary purposes; Is In thorough repair
and will comlurtably accommodate 'iW quests. Is now doing a line paving hu-lncs, which
will be largely liicriasud during the preset year by the new rallroaus'now being built Into
Cairo, and whoso depots will be In clo- proxlmlt)' to the house.
I'anies wisuuiir io eniraKe in tne noiei uusiiie-s nine now- an excellent opportunity to
Dtirchaso the entire nroucrtv. or one
eluding furniture and good will, on cry
OrG. W. COCHRAN,
il PerdlduStrcet, New Orleans.
II. A.Thomi L. D. Thorns
THOMS .1 BROTHER,
Pureesosrs to II. M.lluleu.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DKALXll'j IN
Nlaple nnd I'nury lroc-rlf.
Foreign and Domestic
JPXbXTTTa -A-IfcTD NUTS
l"l Cominerclal Aviiiuc,
CAIRO. - . ILLINOIS.
II MUM AN SCII3IETZ3TOISPF,
(Successor to II. Tbldccke )
Itmlrr In All HlniU
IlKTWEKN TJCNTII A Nil KI.CNKNTII STRKKTK
Tm'i ' u1cl "ttfiit on to hiislness
and fair dealing, I hopu not only to r mil
all tho custom tho place Ins cnjVd Ii l e
Iron's bU'v LY"" f0,1"? "' m;'V P
irons. Askln0- a t.slr h.in. r i-uLltc patrou-
Vesnectfiiiiv. I1KHM4N Wiiw.iTf,,,.,.-
Kionm 8t t. Com. A Wisii
iMiivliastMl tho crocorv l-t:il.ll.h.
ol II, Ihlelecko. I shall alivnv- l-..,.
hand a full and fresh simi.lv nfi .i, .
t KOOds 111 111V linn In f.J t.......i i" .1
.. ....u, . v. , 1UIII111 111 III
entire stock of
P. ROMO CJILORALUM
1 -M K
N A T 12 0 F V 0 T ASH.
Interest with maiiagement of the buslnus In-
reasonable terms, at low figures
and cay pay-
Caro of Tlckoor & Co., ST. LOUIS,
! ST. NICHOLAS j
iSl '.!, SXSSMMStt,,,,,
HARRY WALKER Prop r
H A 31 W I Is H 0 N ,
o k o c r. u it f .
P R O V 1 H 1 0 N H tt T ;.
JOHNSON & HILMNnSLV,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
Wliou ssss TstssllUs Nlreu llrtsiu
Aro prepared to do all kinds of work In
heir line in nrst-chss , workman-llko style
and at as reasonable rates as any flnn In the
city. All orders attended to promptly, a
bare of the Pi"Hc ritrorne s rcspectfUlir
ollclted $.ie,f '