Newspaper Page Text
W rjtie I (inb.crlbrri ot rrcelf
tat tlseir pmptf wrtiiirljr in report
th lt tt Ms-it . rHhor prison
ally or by Foala! 'nl.
rbJIlloa OMeo, BnllMln HntWin
M-d n tn tiler onr cjrr Jl'
ILLINOISCENTR A L R R
lto HUM the Hbortcat llonlc
BlCkir nilctllirlliorlrat Bonln
NO CHANGE OF OARS
KKOM 0A1U0 TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONK CHANGE OF CANS
OM 0AIUO TO
OlaelnntU, u. I lan a polls Tcle'l.
Boflalo. Iitlluiu. W-LICKtDn.
BHlmor, J'hllndflpliiA. Iw Tork.
DoiIod and all points st.
MllwanaU, Janesthie, 51din,
LCroti, Bi. rul and ill points nottr.
ihiili also the ool dlifct r' tic to
toAor, Blnoratngton, Hrnncll,
P.orla, Outncs, KkoIcuK,
Butlintton, Hoclt laland, l. Halle.
Meadow, Ption, Frfoport,
Jala&a, Dubuque, Clout ,ltjj
Omaha and all point north Ml.
JClatrant Drawing Room Sleeping G
On all Night Train.
Hafjraja Chkd 10 JI Important point.
For ticket and information, apply 10 ' c
dapot .1 tiro; on board tne transit tmr iir
wu Oolambo. and Cairo, od at tne prlnolp,
rallroa I tlcktt offlcai throughout the utn.
W. P. JOIINiN am'l'aae. Ant. Chtsaja.
A. MitTitLL, 0n'l Snp't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CUANQE OF TtME.
rastenger trains on the Ullnol Central
change time t-dy. From ami alter U:10
p. m. to-day iralnt will rtin u follows :
k.xpres, daily ...J: Op in.
Mall, except Sunday ... tfilua. in.
Express. , .. ":I0 p. m ,
Mail, dally except Sunday ..11:55 p.m.
CAIKO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS II. 11.
On and alier Monday, June 9. 1873, train
will run dally, except Sunday, between
Gremtleld'a landing and Slkeaton, Scott
county, Missouri, as follows :
Leave Greenfield's 10:00 a.m. and f:30 p.m.
Arrive " UiW " " t:Io "
Charleston 10:P) " ti:I0
" tlkeiton 7.10 p.m. X tf
THE CAIRO AND VI.N'CB.NNES
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM CAIRO
Detroit, Cloti'land, Magr.i FjIN,
Jlutfulo, J'itt.bury. Waailnglon,
Baltimore, l'Ull iirpiifa, .Vcir Vork.
ilo-:on and all Vt-tera 1'olntt,
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1. 1573. trains
will run as follows :
Gjlog north leact Catroat 4 00 a.m.
Ooib roulb arrives at Cairo at 3:10 p.m.
MOC.VD CTTT aCCOMUODATlOK.
Lttves Cairo at . . . a.m. and 6-00 p.m.
Arrltti at c.tlrn at fM a.m. and 1 Tj p.m.
The express train north arrives at VIn
ctDDri hi 12r:0 p.m., Diklr.r dlrc-Lt connec
tion at p.m , wltti the Indianapolis and
YiDceonet railroad for IndlauHpoli., the
errat rallroa I centre, from which point
mlut are departing at all lour:, lor nil
fiolntt In fie I ni;.i nd Canada. At
t.3i p.m. witb the LvanatlTlu ami Craw
fordtililo rallrosd, for Terra Haute, iudU
ntpollj, Cbicjfo, DanMlle and ail points
nortD, via the I'rrra Haute. Kvsimllle and
CSlcogo railroad, and cast ia the A andalla
line, and Indianapolis and St. Louis railroad.
At l:p in with the Ohio and Jlis.lksippl
railroad, for Cincinnati, i.ouImIIIc and all
pointt east, Ma Cincinnati.
PaitDt;cit roIiu' by this route are placed
In IniilanajiOli., Cincinnati, I-oul-vllle, New
York, llo,t n, I'lilladelpbla, ll.ililinoro,
WablBjfton, and all ca-tvin points, twc.o
court in advance if any other route.
fciprri, train makes connection at Kldo
rado wltb st. Louis and toutheatern rail
way, lor it. Louis, Mt. Vernon (IIHiioIm.
Mjwnvetown. and all points between Ddo
ratio and St Louis,
At Norrtt c ty make" cIom- connection
for prloirntld, hock I.land, and all points
on !prtnt,-a:ld and ll!lnol SoutboaHcrii rail
way and con tctlon..
At Carml with st. Loun, EvansUlIe, Hen
oerton and Na-bvllie railway line, lor Mt.
syrnon (lndlaia,, Eanvllla, Henderton
(heutucky), .Sakhvlllls iTftinetse. ), and all
point op st. L., K., H. aud N. railway and
Uairujrc checked to all Important point-.
laTfurilektu and tnforiuatlou applv nt
tne Ucktt otllct , corner stvcnib trcet and
Commercial avenus, Cairo, llllnol..
Jso. Lee, ftupt. cuas O Wool,
.. ., G"n l'"h r and Ticket Ag't
B. F. Ult.nude, Agtnt. Cairo.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. S. Sio, Siu., ubsekvkm's OrrtCE,
vaniu, dim IS, 1S78. 10-11 p.m.
Wind, toutheMi, vtloctty
Maximum temperature last si bours,
Minimum temperature, Ut 21 hours, 67
PrevalHng wind lat 21 bourn, touthcast.
Total number ol miles wind travelled, lan
21 hours, bi.
Kliwtjt 0m.AND. Observer.
Rett Scotch ale, itoiu ptrti-r, and elpht
year old tourton wbisxay toU fuundonU
at the C'yttal taloon, corner of Sixth street
and Commercial avenue
HTEAOaLA & Lank,
lm Pr .pnotort.
Hacks lor the Cairo, Alkaiim. aud Texa
railroad, starting Irom W bite A- Uretr'.
tore, corner ol Sixth etreut and Ohio levee,
Leave at 8 a.m.
Arrive in city at lOa.m
' " 6 p.m.
C-8 tl John Mkvehs, Agent.
Regular boarders at the Eutopcnn hotel,
llanry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rate of t'iO per month. MO-tf
Fine white; ln)?l ai.d double X ninher
tingle and double X Canary, best quality ol
toanllla, blu letter, etc., tie. W.OOJ for
ale, printed at ii DO to 0 W per tbuutaud,
at U Bulletin orncc.
A warm weather It approaching the
loven ol Ice crtam will be glad to team that
Meatrt. Eaup A Clarkton have titled up and
refurnished, in elegant etyle, their Ue creau
parlors. Their mammoth todt fountain hat
lto betn put In running order, and nothing
li wMtlog about the ettablltbment to make
tbi pleatuxe and comtort of their putroui
ITEMS OF LOCAL NEWS.
-lloilory eloper than c-var at ftuntt
-dpt. Cannon, of the Itobt. F. Lee, It i
Now white good, hosiery and glovet
at btuart A Clholson's. 7-13 11
Pboro will bo no tervicos at tho l'ro-
byttrian church to-day.
A now lino ofembrotdcrloJ,very cheap i
at Stuart & Gholion's. 713-lt.
The rmh at II. n. Cunnlngbam't still
Ho -)lU goodt n cheap a
The number of arrival, and depar
tures yeiterday nt this port were about m
Uargntn. in bleached anil brown
rauillnt this week at StunrtA GlioUon't.
Hon. N. It. Caiey and lady, and Capt.
Hambleton and lady, wero in tho city lntt
Mr. Uhl and ,1. M. l'bllllpj loft last
night for St. Louis. They go from there
So far as wo aro able to ascertain tbero
It very llttlo bulne of any hind in tho
city just now.
The illisiulppl rlvor U about itation-
nry, and will, in all probability, be falling
jn. d y or two.
The Ohio rivor continues to rise at
this point, and thero Wf.i considerable
drift alloat yostorday.
The tte.imor Qulchitep camo Into
port ycilerday with hor cblmnoys about
half the usual hoigbt.
Mr. .Moicovici hat disposed of his
stock of goods, .Messrs. Goldstein and Itos-
enwatcr having bought bit entiro stock.
Sash ribbons in great variety and at
a'tonishinciv low tulcct Ht atuart A-
A special term of tho county court
convenci to morrow morning. Associates
Marcblldon and McCrito will be piosont
All kinds of sun pictures at J. Hchlotlng-
or'a, Eighth itreet, between Washington
and Commercial avenues. 7-10tf.
Photographs and other pictures at J.
HcblHsluger't, Eighth ttroet, botwoen
Washington and Commercial avenues.
Thero Is not much business of any I
kind going on ottbo rlvor. lloats go and i
come with light trips of freight anil few
Mr A. IJ. Safford will return home
to-morrow evening, Mrs. Sr3ord will
trry a while longer among her friends
in tliti Eait.
At tne .uetbodlst church Rov. .1. C.
Orecn will dlscourte mornine and even
ing. A cordial Invitation Is extended to
all to attend.
Kv. Jacob Uradloy tays bit church
will giro the "grunderest" barbecue on
August flrtt neit, that ever "tood in dcte
tectlont of do university.''
Every lady tbould vitlt Stuart A
Ghol.on's this week, and look thronch
ve stock, and more attractive
i , .
Mr. llclietiry Row, ,K colored in a
will thrrtly open a flrst-clast barber thop
in tbe room lately occuplod by Stuart A
Gbolton as n dry goods ttore.
Tho rcpalrt on thoRobort E. Lee, now
being mado at the CarondMet marine ways,
will amount to about $10,000. Slio will
rccoivo now chimnoyt and leave.
-All baggago loft at tho Coniiiiorc'M
hotel, not claimed botoro the lnth of July,
will bo told at public auction.
"13-Ot Mus M. J. Whiti:.
Tiet, tcarfe, cortot', laco collars, cntl't,
o&p, porfumnries, lncoa, ribbont In
creat variety and very cheap nt Stuart A
Thero it a break in tho sidewalk on
Walnut between Thirteenth and rour
tcenth streets, and If not repaired toon
will lesult in teriout Injury to somebody.
Married, In thit city, on Thursday
July 10, 1873, by Riv. P. O'lUlloran,
Mr. Patrick H. Corcoran and Mrs. lioima
Smith. Mav thev liv Itr tti be I
Goo'i chtisfyxi u 1 juuvs --vt.n. '
bouio't barber tl?. I; uvvt . itti !
temper atd rnaitti ica i j.w.vs v4li !J
tht world Atd tb mi .' zunA&U '
tor durability ttri fit!l.t ot
workmanship, the jewtSry tsi s.'llcUl of
b j'mtry manufartured by Tatar lirothert
of tbii city, it bard to bn toy where, eait
Tbo ileAinor Shamrock which bst
been laying at tbe wharf in this city for the
piit tlx weeks, it now In tb handi of the
United States marshal, and will toon be
offered for sale.
For several nights past a colored let-
tlval hat been In proumt at tho African
Methodist church. Trie proceeds of the
feitlval will bo applied to completing
their new church.
Mr. Ed. H. Elntlili; captain of the
ltlvenldo bate ball club, and editor of the
M'ulatkl Patriot' of Mound City, wat In
the city yostorday, making arrancemenU
for tbo "return match."
Vattenger tralut on tho Illinois Cen
tral.onnnd after 2:10 p.m., to-day, July
13, 1873, will arrlvo and depart as follows:
Mall, arrive, 316 a.tn; doprt, ll:Si p.m
brrivo, 105 pin; depart, 2:o
By a notice published In thit Issue of
HIE IIULLKTIN, it will bo ten thai the
Jiiuilon ijabbaih tehoil hat ben dltccn
tinuod for ninoty days. Want of a suit
i .... - . , ...
did piocB ior nnmirig tbo school is tbe
lueuiuiii tirvicts aittio Church of
Redeemer will be bold at iho regular
hour this morning. On Sunday uoxt the
m i ....... .
Rev. Mr. Cllber', who hat beon cullod to '
tuis etiureb, will oincinte at both morning
and ivtnlng tervicos.
The tow-boat Mary Alico met with
an accident at Vlcktburg, and wat com
pellud to drop tho Ave barget the bad io
tow. The Cretcunt City being the next
boat up, will probably pick them up and
bring them through,
if. Tho next regular communlcatlcu
V f Cairo lodge, No. 237, will bu held
to-morrow (Monday) evening at 7 J o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to at
nd B. F Blake, Bee' j
The brick masons of lb.lt city ro hav
Iqk and hare for tomo time past had contid-
trwiMi ,n procurluK mi. to carry
on the building they liavo commenced.
'm '"R" water In tho .Miis.it.pp. river
pruvents thorn letting it irom mat tourco.
Notlco to tho friendt of the Mltsion
Sabbath teliool Tbo refiitlar moctinst oi
tho Mls'lon Sabbath tcbool will bo dlscon
tlnucd for nlnoty tlavB lor the want of a
tultablo piece to meet during tho heated
term. .1. 1'. Oamdle, J'rPsidont.
J. W. Stewaiit, Secretary,
We learn th:it tho Jowolry houto of
Tabor lirothert in this city, it the only
houto in Southorn Illinois, ntul in fact
touth of St. Louis, who keep men con
ttantly employed in that branch of busl
nnst, and nro at all times prepared to turn
work at short notlco.
Loit Sir Allen llamscy'i "Pattoral
l'oomi'1 threo volumnot, and "l!cd Hook
of Applrc," two volumnos. Thee books
were borrowed from the undersigned and
novor roturned. A liberal roward will bo
paid to any poron who will return them
10 MO, JOHN u. iiu t.
C. Uannv wlthot tho public to bo in
formed that ho has on band a stock of
dry goodt and carpets as extensive as any
In tho Southwest, and that ho it doterni
Inod to toll everything at prices lower
than tho lowost. Cm 1 1 on him to. day and
oxamlno goods and prices. He will satisfy
you both as to quality and cot
Arcby Cfaambors, a right decent tort
of nn old darky when tober, yestordty
afternoon got himself around tho oulMdo
of too gruat a quantity of "blue-blazet,"
und at a consequence became quurrolsomo
and very noisy. L'nablo to 11 nd any one else
whom ho could whip, ho very naturally
turned on bit wifo and gavo her a terriblo
trouncing. Howat arretted and locked up
A fight took placo in it lovoo saloon
yesterday afternoon, during which n
stranger wat vory tenouily injured by the
propriotor of the house. Tho stranger
was severely cut about tho bead and neck,
but with what tort of an inttrumont tho
bloody work wat done we could not ascer
tain. Doth partlet wero arrested and
lodged in tho lock-up. A hearing of tho
cato will como olT to-morrow morning be
foro Judge Dross.
Thero it a strong probability that our
circuit court will tbortly bo called upon
to try a cass under tho now liquor law
Tbo woman who some flvo or tix weekt
auo gave notlco through The Bulletin
tbat tbo would protecute any talooii-
keeper who told her husband liquor, it
about to inttitute tuit against a Jovco
taloon-kceper, who, rogardleis of the
warning, continued to tell the butband
all tho liquor ho could drink. Several of
the most prominent lawyert in the city
havo been retained for the protocution.
The ' Sun 1 is agitating tho qucttion
of a market-house in thit city,
and tays every "member of the city gov
ernment from his honor to tho least prom-
mlnent offlenr fcelt the necosslty of it."
Thero may bo many peopls in tu tlty
who bsliavo w ought to havo a markot
home, and would like to teo one built, but
tbe question it, where it tho mnnoy to
build It witb to come from ? Probably
tbo oditor of tho 'Sun' hat a plan by
which it can be raised or, who knows,
may bo bo could lend tho city a fow thou
sand dollar for the purpose.
--An excursion to Paduenh nn tho
steamer Tyrone will bo given on Monday,
July 21, 1673. The steamer will loavotho
wharf In thit city at 8 o'clock a.m.,Hnd ro
turn at 7 o'clock p.m. Everything will be
to arranged as to givo ladlet and children
overy comfort possible. Each family will
bo providod with a ttato room, to that in
cato mothers wish to '-stow thoir children
' .u.v" nl,nrn tlinv .on filnntt .Ill.m.l t.n
ing disturbed, thoy can do so with por
lect tatoty. No liquor of any kind will
be allowed to bo sold on the boat. An ex
cellent band of music has bpen engaged
ami will be in attomUnco. Fair for tho
rouni trip Si A general invitation it
extended to all who wish to onjoy them
tfclvet for or.o day, the management prom
ising to do everything in their power to
tstk tl.e occasion one long to be romom
Servicui at tbe Church of tbo Reduomer
this morning at half patt ton o'clock. Tho
Iiv. Charlet A. Ollbort, who hat been
calls'! to this church, will visit tho city
daring tbo coming week and ofliciate next
Sutday both morning and evening.
Taken up by the subscriber, on or
about tte flrtt day of June, an old dun
cow wbitt ttreak along ber back, ear
marks, crop with slit and under bit in
eacb ear. Tbe owner, bv calllni- on rnn
at tbe corner bouso on countv road, and
out.ide now North Cairo, paying charges
and proving property can have tbo cow
and calf. Miry roe Edwards.
new goods, Ai'i'itAcrni:
Stuart A Oholton will show on Monday
morning an entirely new line of fancy
goods und notions, bought by Mr. Stuart
at a time of the year when prices aro tu
tho buyer't withes. They aro tbtreforo
able to Oder extraordinary induceinentt to
cash purchastri. They detlro to close out
mcir ontlro stock of summer goodt, and
wi'l oiler extraordinary inducements for
tbe next thirty dayt. They uro deter
mined to make businets lively if an at
tractive slock at astonithly low pritot will
accomplish it. 7-13-21
K VNASTO.N TO THE FliO.N'l .
Mr. James Kynatton, whoso teputatlon as
a butcher Is par excellent with tho people
ut this city, ban opened a new meat
hop near the corner or Commercial avenue
and Twentieth ttn-et.next door to Mr. Pal
UurJ's grocery ttore. It Is a well Inown and
aclnowlcdned fct that Mr. Kynuston, dur
ing his long experience In tho mcat'im.t
uess lu this city, never ofJerod to bit custom
ers anything but the choicest ol evtry Alud
of meat. He is a good Judge gf cattle, and
buys nothing but tbe youngest aud latti-st,
and as a consequence has the belt of btcf'.
Tbe tame may be said of every kind of meat
sold by him. Olve blm atrial, and our word
lor It, you will always, be pleased, C-1E-H
LETTER LIST ,
LA DIES' U81
HiMiilman, Lizzie, llyrns
Urown, Anna, col
H.ntlv. M M, 2
hrittson, atari a
t-t. i i
Myort, E It (5 Miss
Humgnrduer, A .1 U
Downt, W H
llrown, Jool K
lUrrett, J II
Collins, M I.
Duff, W W
Knowlt, W P
Mnsgan, 1 A
Mnllnx. J W
I'resnell, Jordan A
ltobinton, J no A
Skeolt, A P
Vandorbllt, D O
Ed. S. lilt. Tosohfr
Hainet, D A
Henry, W H
Piatt, Jos T
Sullivan, J ('
AVhoelor, J V
Before J. J. Bird, P. M.
Peter Brown, a colored "gorameu wat
takon up on a chargo of ditorderly con
duct, Filter was fined fivo dollars and
tho costs, and liko a little man, paid it.
Henry Richard, Thomas Connolly and
J. M. Gray for being drunk, wore taxed
in sums ranging from ono to four dollars.
Tbey were wealthy, paid their tines, and
wont oil' lor anothor tproe.
Mitch Johnson, a colored man, was ar
retted on a ttate warrant tworn out by
Thomas Wilson, charging Johnton witb
bolng a dangerout charactor, and wanted
to havo blra held to bail to "keep tbe
peace toward tald "Wilson ami other peo
plo of tho ttato of Illinois." After hearing
tho evidence in tho cato Johnson wat dit
chirged, there bolng no cvidonco upon
which to hold blm to bail.
EXCURSION TO DENVER.
31. asd St. L. Packet Coupanv, )
Aoknt's Oitre, Cairo, July 1, 1873.
The Memphis and St. Louis Packet
company now oiler for talo round trip
tickets from Cairo to Donvur and return
S79, good for nlnoty dayt from date of
talo. Also regular ticket! on tale for
Kamai City, Omaha, Topeka, l.twrenco,
San Francisco and all principal poinlH
west, and by rivor and rail to all pointa
south. For further Information call at
the company'i olllco, No. 71 Ohio levee,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois.
James Mai.lort, Tickot Ag't.
Sot A. Silver, l'eni;or Ag't.
unit. Helm, Sixth ttrect. near Obiu Icu-e
hat Just laid out a considerable turn ot
money In rcpalutlng, papering, and hi fiery
way repairing hit barber shop, and tilt U
now one of the nicest. If not the nli'ct ton
porlal eitabll'liment In Cairo. Jlelm em
ploys none, but fin.t-cla'-s workmen in his
shop, aud wc venturo to wiy the two young
men who now hold situations there, cannot
be excelled In their calling by any other
barber or barber' in the city. Try them.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A two.itory house on Commercial av-1
nuo near the corner of Nineteenth atreot.
Tbo bouse i forty foet long by twenty-
two foot wido. It contains ten rooms and
kitchen, and a good cittern and neret'ary
out-housos aro attached tt It. It it well
ventilntod and well adapted for a butines
house or dwelling. It is initbustnets part ,
of tho city and lmt been newly painted '
and renovated Inside and out. Apply to I
River Shannon llouso, Ohio Levco, ,
Cairo, lllinoit. 7-8-lm.
This popular hotel has been reilttcd and
niproved, and Is now ono of the most com
lormble Hopping places in the city. The
travelling public and persons desiring
pleasant quarters by tbe week or month,wiil
always find them at the Commercial hotel.
Rates of board have been rcductcd at fob
low: Day board, l M) per week; transit,
61 50 per day; board and lodging, from fa
to 7 per week. Mhi M.J.Wihtk,
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A rare chance is offered to tomo man
with money to invett in good paying
property in the most desirable part of tho
city. Two lots, &0 feet front on the avo
nuo, house 3 iturlct. Two largo ttoret
can bo Qttod up on the flrtt floor, tho up
per stories are well arranged for offices or
dwollinge. For further particular! on
quire of John Q. Hahma.v A Co.,
H-l-tf Real Ebtato Agontt, Cairo, lilt
Ollice Uftlro and St. Louis RR. Co.
Cairo, Ills, July 8, 1673.
Notlco it hereby glvon that n meotlng
of the diroctort of tbii company will be
hold at tbo Southern Hotel in the city of
St. Loult, Mo., on Tuesday, tho 16th Inst.,
at 10 o'clock a, tn.
S. Swats Taylor, President.
Mm. Anna Lang on Elghthstroet, between
Commercial and Washington avouuet. has
lust opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. She has oue hundred
and any dIOertnt styles of hats and bonncU,
beside large assortment ot ribbont. Hew
ers and notions of all sorts, all of which wll
be sold at the lowest prices.
A new hotel ban beenjopened luthe; large
houso loct.jd on the corner of Seventh
street and Washington avenue. It will be
known as Brown't hotel, and propric'tored
by Mr. Urown, whose reputation as a hotel.
Jjler Is well-kuown in thli city. The
house has been thoroughly renovated aud
refurnlihed, and It In every way Urst-clast,
The tables are at all timet furnished with
Jhe best the season affordi, and the charges
liberal, being ouly II W) per day, air.
llrown solicit! and deserves, a nhare of tbe
SUMMER Attention to the
trade. Having a largo selec
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Batiste de valen
cicniiis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured : Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured; Marseilles in great vari.
cties and patterns ; Nannooks
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs: ein-
broidereis in large assort
ments ; white trimmings in
large assortments : linen suit
ings in all shade? : linen dam
asks, handsome patterns :
have in store a very complete,
large and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
, " C. Haxnv.
S. Please call, no trou
ble to show sroods. 6-28 tf
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orloans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Be9t
threo and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffeo, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Beat Gun
powder Toa, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at Hiram Bixry.
I1VLAND i SAUKK,
AND DKALKB1 IK
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Corner 10th street and Commercial av enu
next door to tho Uyland saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DKAI.KR IN
iCinurii Strket, Between Wahuinoto.
and Commercial Avenue,
AdJiilulssK lil'ttntioiiae stnd Uauny's
Kp Slu bat ur !!. Polk, MuttoK V.l.
Lamt, tauaaK. lc, uA are praparvl to aarre
oltisens la tbo moat ae-MaU maunor.
JOHN SMI T 11,
(Siii-,;i:wr to Jumet Kyrusioti,!
Butciikh and Dealer in all Kinds or
CoKMit Ninetentii and I'ornu Sts.,
llnyn and claughtcrs ouly the beet eallle,
hOK and fheep, and is prepared to aU any
demand for fresh mcatn from one pound to
ton thousand pounds.
S A L O O N
(Open Day and Night.)
.1. K. PARKS, Propriotor,
Ohio t.cvec, bet, 4th and Cth "treot.,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A line now Dining Hall with overy con.
veulenco has been added to this popular
Restaurant, and the truciti will find rrerv
THE BILL OF FARE
consists ol every substantial ami delicacy nt
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS
63TMIxed drinks prepared with care.
HOME TttJLT) E
Corner Twelfth street and AVashlngton Ave
J. C. HUELS,
(Lute or St. Louis,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK HOOK
BLANK HOOKS of every dcicrlptlon doim
with neatness and dispatch. All klndt of
t uiiiih uuno ui snort noiico
Msifiizlnes and Periodicals bound neat am!
at tlieloweHt nnllil ratoH.
ounty work-, tuch as Records, Dockets
Fte Hooks, Blank), etc., made a ipeiiall
'lows, Poeket Books, Euvo lopes, o
f (.'omer of Twenty-tecoiid Htreet !
' and Ohio .ieo, I
M D. (IUNTER, - INioi'itlETOit.
CHOICE STEAM-DRIED CORN MEAL
In loU to suit the trade,
tarordett solicited. 7-1 io
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
OS ANJ) AFT EH
I will sell my entire stock of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
At 1 am dolerinibitd tocloin out my proton l business as toon a possible.
X. R TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES UKIM'AKTF.R, THIS STOCK
W.I.I. H SOLD STRHM'I.Y KOI. OASII.
.1 ui ., lai".
C () J r E 11 A s
C AKliO L A T E O F L 1 M K ,
P E R M A N G A N A T E O V V O T A S 11,
CARBOLIC ACID POWDER,
CHLORIDE OF LIME
FOH SALE AT
COH.N'KR WASHINOTON AVKNUK AND KIOHTH STHKKT.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
ii 1 1
i'he.--jini ch.irlusii well and widely knowna tbe leading and
LARGEST HOTEL IX SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And in all the appointment, of a llr-l-ehi-. lion has nu coiupetior in i.'.iiro, and no supe
rior In the stato outside of ChIcao.
The ,-aint Charles Is built in tho moit 'olid and -iib-tanllal manner of brick and iron, I
four stories in helglit, ciiclutlvu of ba-cment and attic, Ims a frontage of 110 feet on the
Ohio rher, li'i leet on Second tieet and a wing lor culinary purposes ;ii In thorough repair
and will comfortably accommodate 2uu Kiiest-. I now dolus a line paving lm-lnerf, which
will be largely incriased during the preset year by the new rallnuui "now being built Into
Cairn, and whoic depou will be in clo.e proximity to tho hoiisc.
l'ailles wMiln to ciig.igo in the hotel business have now an excellent opportunity to
immia-e mu emiiii pinperiy. v uiic-iuini interest whii iiiaiueineiil ot llir utllincat, in
cluding liirnltiiie and st will ornery rea-onablo terms, at low liguret, and easy pay.
Care nf Tiekuor A Co.. ST. LOUIS,
OrG. W. COUIIIJA.N.
l PcrdldoStrect, New Orleans.
SAMUKIt 1. WIIKKLKIt,
ATTORNEV a- COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ofllcc over First National batik.
WILLIA3I J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over First National bank. 3-lG-.1ni
GREEN A GILBERT,
William II. Oreen, 1
William B.Ollbarl, OA1KO, ILLINOIS.
Miles F.ailltert, J
9Deia. atttntion ulien tn ,imir.n ..a
Off IOI OHIO LSVKC, HOOMS 7 AND 8 OVIB
OITT NATIONAT HANK.
lohn H. Mulkey,
ill.un (.'. Mulkey.
Ofllcc, rear ronma nier llannnn's i.l.
tore, - .vw-
Na 1!1 COMMKROlAl, AVIstUI, '
Between Seventh nI Eighth ttrectt.
I1RU.MO Oil LOR ALUM
A.XiroT:, 3i. d.,
Having peraianently located In Calro.tendeti.
hit profcsloiiable services to the Inhabitants
ot tbo city and vicinity.
Residence and otllce (for the present) cor
ner Walnut and Twenty-first streets, where
he may bo consulted at all hours. 0-6-0m.
DR. 1). 0. TABER,
Will resume the practico ot hit profession
with especial reference to the electric,
treatment of disease In all tbe new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of femalo complaint a adv
will bo In attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up stairs'.
H. WARDNER, M. D.
Office and Residence 111 Commercial ave
nue, (next door to the Atheueum).
WILLIAM K. 8311TH, M. D.
OK81DKN0&-N0. Ill Thirteenth .tTMt, ba.
W ,w.B.n whmftoii arena and Walnnt ttrett.
Jfflee-liu Ooran,.rclalTenna, ap Ulr.
O. W. CUNNING, M. D.
OKBIDKNOK-ornerNlnth and Waloot M.
IVOftlOO corner Ulal atraat and Ohio 1-..
Offloe hour from e a.m. to 1 m., and p.m '
UR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant Minnlv nf nure Nltrotm nrl.t-
Owt for the pslnlcus extraction or teetti. at
to Dr. A. M. Austin, Klghth itreet. mu
i bo v i sio it a- n -fa