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ILLINOIS CENTRAL K U
1UO Mllen ttir. Ntinrl.-.l Iloulc
lliilr tllltk iliftitiuMral Koute
TO ST. XjOTJIS
NO CHANGE OP OAKS
KKOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS UK CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANG P. or CAK3
OM iMIKo 10
Cln!liinU, Iianaiwllt, TolMC,
D.tr.;tl. CleteUnd, rn F'
llufl.io, rillaimiK, Vjt.bmntnn
liltni.orp, Pbiladt-lpriia, lerk.
Datl'.D sr. 1 nil nuta ea.t.
t rul and all point ooitr.
. il it I) tint. t i it in
i iom'iigta, Mpnnawbl,
It-wk (UDd, L
p. too, Krepport,
I).ih.jiin. -I.MU wily.
Omtht fad all fotaU orOit.
Elcnaat Drawing Room Sleeping C
On nil Night Trains.
Clinked io nil imeortMit polBU.
for tickett n1 ititurmiii.'O, fpl to It C It r
dtt t airo; oa Hoard trie lraa.il ilfflil
tvri-u Co.uinbr mil Cairo, utiJ ( tn crln'
rallro ticket uiDci IhrouKiiaul the outh.
W P.JOdN-o.V 05. n'l k Sk"!, vnteafo.
A. klltCUtlt. (ira'l Mln'l. UlllOnflO.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
Cll Noi7oF TIME.
Pacnscr train on the Illinois Cntral
cliuiiifu ii mu t wl.iv. I-rum un.l altur 2;4u
w ut. to-day trains will nut us lollo" s :
,prc. ilnily 5pm.
Mali, except sunday ... anon. in.
Kxprc. .. P." .
Mill, dally except Sunday .UluW p.m.
V. I LUO A iTTTm K T A li L E.
CVrilO. AHKW'iAS ASI) TKX.? U. U.
On tin I ul i r Moiulai. JuiivU ls3, trulu 1
Will fill il.uiy, uxuvi'l Miii.l.i). IkIuuiii
Ml-l' III) -III UI1UHU 'lll'l SlkUMUIl, 3CUII
cniliily, .Hi"iMi I. i lllm:
J.L-ive UrueiilluLi's ID-tM a.m. and ofV) p m.
Ailho li; .0 " i;lt
Cliiirlfloil )u:4'l ' " OtlU '
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THE CAIItO AXO VISCESSES
SUOUTE3T UUUl'E FKOJt CAIRO
Cinclnn&tl, nllnuioUs, Toledo,
Dcirolt, CI.'Mi.i.nl, Mugm Fail,
JlutUlo, J'lll.-liun.', Wu- Ingiuti,
UjtjtUi re, i'lillitli-liilila, Nev VurK.
lSjilon ;iml ml L't-iiiu 1'ulnU.
CUA.VUK UP TIML".
On and alter I'liesday, July J, 1STS, tralm
vlii ruu us tuiloivn :
OAa; nor'li lcacs Culroat
Uu.u- tuutli utrhes ul Culio at. ..
, 4:00 a.m.
. illlO ILlll.
MuUND UTV CCOMMOUAT10X.
Lravcs talro ut ...il:.ti a.m. and 0:00 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo ul s;lK) u.m. and l:'ii p.m.
The cxproki train nortli urrhes at Vin
ocniif b 8l U- ii) inn., ui ikliitf illrei-.l eouiiuv
tlim ul U:.lJ I' in ,itii tlic TiiitluiutiiolU una
liiutMiii' r.ulr.iuil t .r ln.li.ui ii .U., tin
ct.at rit'Slna i euiitic, I rum wlilcli iiulm
ii.il a ate Uii.ii'lln-n- at -II luiiu, !r all
Jmliilh In i ul uilu.i .-la el iiul ui'iud.i., Al
yiJ, ) i 111 wall III) Mulltll ami l 'raw.
luiim.vl.lo i-.illnij'l, lor TiTru Mi me, imll..
lJJol.. Llllv'ri". I'.IUV ll!f 11111 nil ll)lll
liui Hi, la iliv I err.i ll.nitu hiin- lllc ami
tliico;;.) I.ulro.i I, uinl eal I lie N'uiiildll.i
line, ili'l lmJl.ui.ii"ll uii'l t. I.nul-lallKi.ul,
At li.'i) p 111 Willi the Ulllo ..nil .MlaMlii
rallroail, lor Cliiciiiuuli, ouiMlllc, uiid uli
puliitii eal, via (ltic-litii.it I.
l'aM.'ii.'vi K""'n I'i lliN ruilli' an1 plurpil
in iiidiail.i'.li,Ciiicliiiiatl. I.oiiiriilli-, .V'U
Vurk. l(oi ti, riiii.ulflphia, ll.iltlinor.-,
Wa-lilliloii. uii'l all eu-ti in o tit-.. tu c
aotir.- in a h met- "I an) ollit-i' nuilu.
h.xpr . tram makes eonu. e inn nt l.ldo
ado una nt, Luuls ami Miutliu.n-t.-rn lull-A-av,
lur 't. Loin-, Ml. Verilcill (UllUlllr)
liawneetown und all iioliiie between KUlu
ado anil st l.nllls.
At Norn l ty niake eioo connection
"or prln -iM, Jfoek Hand, and all Hjiut
in Sjii liull al ami llliuoix soutliealeru lull
Miy an l e m ei Hon-.
At C until with M. Loul. r.vansvllle, H.'n.
lernin unit N.i-lilllu railway .Ine, Kir .Ml.
t'eriiou tlnili.ua). IIv.iii.nIiI-., lleinl.'rou
Kciitll . Nalnllll iTi-niici-M- ). and nil
(unit en L., ti , 11. and N.- lallwuy und
ll.i luju eliceked to all Important ltoml
1 ITT ir il' KeU an I liil.iriuatl hi MliY l
I lie ueet oIlKe, etimur ouili ftreet and
r;iii uirtlil uvenii.', Cairo, II luoK
JXo, LtE, Mlt l. CllAS U. (0D,
G n P''r uinl Tickt Ag'
D. F. IluiiS'iuu, Agent, Cairo.
MM Al. MEATIIKI! ItlMMMC'f .
U. S. S'lO. SKU., UllfKkVI!lt'a OKKICK, I
laiiiu. July 11, Mil p.m. J
1" romctcr W'W.
Tin rui jr.i' in fcl iIirTccs.
wind, toutlieuit, eloclty 3 raltf rcr
eutlicr, clear nnd hot.
Mjxinutu temperature hut li hours, (ft
liiilmum temperature, last !1 hours, b
1 rcvu wind lait it bout, Mtlthfatt.
'li.ia t nwiiroi miles wind trnreltixl, hti
hour., lu .
Edwin o.un.Asr. OUwrvr.
licit Scutcii ulc, itotit pi.rti r. and eiln
;ar old bourbon hi,l,H u,b f.uiidoiilv
tho C'ystal (nloor, roller ol Sixth ttri
id Commercial hvhi u
bTEAlULA .V. I.ASIV.,
C 120 Ira l'ropneti.te.
llr.i K lor the Cairo, Aikaurur and Te.a
i k.-jI. ttartliig li'oin White ,V Orci-i'-re,
viiriu r ol sixth ttrcet and Ohio li-sce,
Ii a loiluwt:
avc ut S a.m.
J-Stl .luii.N .MKlilti, Agilil.
Icgular bo irili r- it Hie European lintel,
ry Walker proprli-tor, rkicvive Uior.l ut
rate or iH) !t month. Mv-tf
rinc white i Uxv ai.d double X amber
glu and double X Canary, Lutt quality ol
imla, b!u letter, etc., etc. Hjaiuu lor
, printed at W 5j to 0 W per thoutund,
JlO IIUU.KTIN OiTICK.
vs warm weather It approaching the
era ol Ice cream will be glad u learn thai
mn. Satip .telarksou lue lined up and
JrnLbcd, In t-Uifaut kty le, their ice ertuui
lors. Their mammoth toda louutuiu hu.
i boon put in running order, aud noilm
'''.-tiitiniiuboiit (he i''t.blilruent to uuki
.pleasure aud cow'ort of t'nir patrons
ITEMS OP LOCAL NEWS. j
Japanese fans, five cntt a pice?. l
Forty thousand pcstal cards wro
rceivcd at the post-office in thtt city yes
OIas fruit Jus, porcelain lined, glass
topped at lltrttnan'-)
7-1 0 tf-
Two or threo ca!i wro trlml In
Bird' pollco court yetcrday, nono of
tlicmof any Importance.
All kinds of tun picture at .1 . Schleiing
or't, Emlitli trwt, between H'saliinptoti
and Commercial avenuw. 7-10tf.
The ben (reb mcatt In the city are to
(n found at Kynaton', corner Twontletb
.treet and Commercial arcnuo. 7.10-tf.
Photographs and other pictures at J.
vhlftiiigur'i, Eighth street, between
Vntliini;ton nnd Commercial avenues.
-County court, special term, Is in ses
sion, having under ndvlsomcnt theaifcts-
inenl list us returned by Assessor John
Geo. Billy bettor known at "Pony"
was on ono of his periodical tars last
night. II was ttken in by Mcllale abd
cooped up for trial this morning
If you want an t-ztrn good Steak or
roast of beef, mutton, veul or pork, go to
.Us. Kynitstun't. corner Twentieth street
und C.tnmerciul avenue, 7-lC-tf.
All baggo left at the Comtnerc'ii
h"tu), not claimed beioro tbo 13tli of July,
will bn sold at public auction.
7-13-Ct Mrs M. J. IVtilTn.
Lost. City orders No. C032, $12 30
and 1481, $'0 13, both of the new tone
A reiKTiiblu reward will be paid the
Under by Icavlngjtbem ottbit oQce.
Ji.n. Kyn.ston'4 is tbo place to bu
yourfreth meat. The nicest, freshest bout,
veal, mou-.in und pork In tbo city is to be
ljund nt his shop, corner Twcntiutl
trtet and Commercial avunuo. 7-lC-tf.
Ku 1 stock Indian hats at less than on
third their value, al lUrltnan's. 7-10 tf
Mr. Gtfurgu Douihorty, editor of the
Advurtiier,' hus been in the
el'y several days. He Is as cay a boy u.
over, an l handles the fun wltb a graceful
nets that puts to shame every effort of the
c iv rlm.dv.
In llird's police cjurtyjjtsrduy then
wire tried threo cites of '-plain drunks'
und ono "disorderly conduct calculated to
provoke a breech of tbo pwico " Fines
vurjifi", from ono to threodolUri were as-
titted. The city jail received two no
Full s'zjd mosquito bars fifty cents a
pair, at ilartman's. 7.10 tf.
Wo understand that the enterprising
houe of Taber Urotbers arc K'sttinB work
from all parts of the country from this
and adjoining titles oven us fur ns Texas
and other distant points In tbo Nortli and
est. fauccets to thern. Persevcrcnco
Mini hard work ij Is suro to win la tbo
Kic-AUerman Quince Standi will
butcher no more, tin weltUv and will
rutlra to tlio "shades of prlKlo IVfe." lit-
nd n tleUel lu tlio Loiilnvillu lottery nnd
drew 52 50. No moruuorL. for Stan
oil lie will tell lilt property and utpelid
ilie leU dollar in tiukets in the next gi.t
erilerirJsn. J.ueky lnncf! I
Clark's thread live centf rpool ut
Unrtinau'e. 7-10 tf.
C. lianny withes tbo public to bo In
formed that ho baa on band a ttock of
iry good and carpets as extensive as anj
in ttie Niulhiveit. and that 1m U duterm-
ned to sell everything ul prices lower
khan tho lowest. Call on liiiu to-diiv nnd
intninu (0ud und pnees. lie will satisly
yuu bolh as to quail1 y and cot.
In another tdaee in this mnriitm''n
Hl'LLKTiN wo Insert the advertisement of
Mr. J. Hurler, dry goods dealer, Uommer
oiul acnue, btwon Eighth und Ninth
treeli. A more eompletu Btock of goods
m not to bo found in the city, und when
.Mr. Ilurger says ho will toll at cost wo
u-el assured that ho moans what ho sayt
iiid will bo as good as his word. Panic;
losirinjc dry go ds will do Well to vieitjilr
iioru and exumine his stock before going
All kinds or Jelly glasses at Hart
inun's. 7-lG tf.
A dispatch to the Cincinnati 'Enq ii
rer' duted Erutisvillv, Indiana, July 13,
ii)i "a boy numi'd Matt Wullace, ol
Cuiru, Illinois, nged fourteen yearr," was
liowmd In tnenver at that place on
:uiurday cvt-iiing, and that tbu body was
not n covered until Sunday morning. 1-
though wo havu made inquiries of a num
ber ot iM'tSuin, wu have failed to Und
njon who know the boy
rvfued. Wears Inclined to tbo bilUf
ibal a uiittako has b&un tnado aj to his
A d;pnich from Pilttburg to tbe Cm -
c ntutl 'Cuinmtrciul,' dutd Ju'y 11, cut.
tilns tho following:
tjain. Mitcholl has entered suit against
H..beri bkuien, tor the !ioivery of i 10,
oU i dainat-s, which hu claims to huve tu
Uiiiud ihrouiih the ugeiuy of iho delend
.nt In enticing piuinutl's wiK-to abandon
nor liuihuiid und family. Skillon, whitu
v ni( al Cairo, Illinois, it it ulleged, com
, 'iniuiiu'i d wnti Mrs. Miichell. uud ii-
i dueird her lo abandon her homo und pluce
inix-ii unui-r iu protection.
The above it said to be " a relic of tbe
war." Tbu parties engiged in tho suil
were all inuinbors of tho Unitbd Statis
n ival lervivf, and during tho war wer
siailuiied at this place, bkillcn itremcm
borud by u few of our old citizens.
Goutt' buif hoie, 65 tentt a dozen, at
iliirtmun'c. 7-16 if
An cicurrion to Paducah on tho
sleaiiur Tyronsi ill be given on Monday,
July 21, 187J. The steamer will leave the
wharf in this city V 8 o'clock a.m.,und ro-
turn at 7 o'clock p.m. Everything will 1 o
so arranged as to give ladles and children
every comfort potiible. .Each furnlly will
be provided with a stRte room, so that in
case mothers w'fh to "stow tbeireblldrcn
away" where tb y can sleep without bo
inn dliturbed, thfy can do so wllh per
leetMilKty. No liquor of any kind will
be allowed to be told rn the boat. An ex
cellent band of inutie has been engaged
andw.lllie in fcttendunce. Fair for the
r' an' trip 2. A general Invitation It
eiUtlcd to all wbo wish to eroy ihetr.
UAiRO DANA UULLE'llN, WKDNESDU , JblA lcj, IS.'.!
islvet for one day, tho roans 3 ;eM prom-j
Islngtodo everything in the r posorto
cuko'.to oscailon ono long io be rcrnora.
bared. ' I-Uid,
Tba misanthropical Mrse Harre.ll itmy
jay what he picnics about it, but we do
dare, with docldcd omphasu.that thore It
a picasuro in getting out of town in hot
weather, nnd that lhor Is society whoro
nonoinlrudo but Cant. Lowth and clork
Veits, of tho steamer "Idlowlld," and the
deep mtisic,or something of tho kind, found
by tho I in iginativo Judgo llro't nnd tho
fanciful Coronor Gossmin In tho whittle
of that ft mtlng palace.
Muntioning tho namo of Veils ictnlnds
us that when Judgo Dross. Gossman nnd
tho writer of tbceo few desultory re
marks, (n Dr. Casey has It) boarded tho
Idiewild" Inst Thursday night to
mako a journey to Oolconda,
a hliih controversy was In
progress bolwoon two colort-1 friends con-
oornlnj tho orthography of the clork's
natno. One mulntainod that W-c-l-t-ch-u-d
was tho proper orthography, whllo the
otuor lield luat o-l.t-e-li-e-ii-d was cor
rect. Taking tho cui) the thrco travellers
fell at the numo hammer and tongs, or
tongues, nnd belabored it for an hour.
Ctptnin Lowth Bnally joined tho discus
si. in, and declared that the correct spell
ing was V-e-t-c-h; but the clerk himself
Having boen culled in, after consulting the
family record, asmred us that the proper
orthography was of no consequonc, and
wo huvo thurelbro written It Vol's.
Hut what'3 in a namo? There Is of'. on
far more lu the owner of tbo numo than
(u the name, and so it Is with Veits. lie i:
an amiable gsnllemau, and It Lowth were
not the commander of tho ''Idiewild, he
would bo tbu best man on tho boat when
wu ure oil'.
At wu remarked before, Bros?, Gossman
and tho writer bunrdud the "Idiewild"
oao day lust week, bound far Golcondu
At Paducah wo stw Len Pazon, just
from tho country, dressed in the htlilli-
mints of a granger, the bronzo of the sun
upon his cheek, and his plow in his
Uand. At the Kentuckian ofSco wo shouk
lia&di with the Martin, Jr., and wbili-d
aAuyu few momontt in hU tanctuui. Pa
ducah has beea torely ufflictud with tho
ctiulura, and many of the citizens arc ub-
nut at ttiu spriugs aud in the country
tiuiineis bus been seriously ntloctod by
iUv prevailing diseaso
At Golcouia, JuJ6'a Bron, wbo as
Uruud Master of tho I. O. O.
P. of Illinois, was visiting
that placo to otUciatu ut u public insinua
tion of the otlii-urs of Gulcouda lodge, was
receivod by Clias. Kluge, N. O., and Leo
lold Riehtur, '. G., and Jirotners Prank
Johu aud Potur Margtrd, who escorted
iLo master aud ui larnos to the Waehing
iou hotul, kejit by P. Keller, ono ol tho
must obliging of hosts.
At you enter Oolconda fiom the river
you are not impressed wllh its grandeur
or anything ol that kind. It is u small
vtllng, vary ploisantly located bolwoon
I t l. ..111. 1. liny.t. u .... .
I iiun who nlav crunuot in llm
court-houso yard, Koch MCd liatich
tuss. The hoii'cs of iheie two gen
tlunien nro tho fnaturos of tho Oolconda
lnnd.cnpo. I.'utoriiig tho villngo wu mw
Hauchfuss' house a really bemiliful house
lo the right upon a hill, which to a Ci
rolio looked Jiku a mountuin, aud on the
left Koch's moru molUJt dwelling peeping
out from thu forest that climbs the hillside
on wnich I lie huuso is luculud.
Friday afternoon wo visited Mr. Koch's
Uc, and spent several Hours very pleas
antly with tho venorablo gcntlomkti, who
is our if an idtal of what ono of Napo
leon's Old Guard must have been when
all of tho old guard became old mon.
Prom Koch's gardens, in which aro
many rare plants and 11 iweri, wo had a
magnificent view of the Ohio, tho.Kon
tucky shuro and tbo landscape around
Hie littlo villugu rotting al it. root. Mr.
Knob Is a wlno grower. Templed w. de
parted from our devotion to tho touch
not principlo, ao dear to tho heart of our
iriend Stock illh, and tailed hi. pure
juice of tbo grapo,
tialurdny uficrnoon, wo climbod tho
nign hill to tho rosidomo of Mr. Chas. P
Itiuchfuss, a retlrod Louisvillu inurchsnt."
.Mr. R luchluss has made a happy selec
tion of ab iilduig situ, uud has constructed
a very lino brick residence, from which hu
uiuy onj y tho tight of a lovely land
scape. Wucnmeupon Mr. and Mrs. P.aucb
fuss rattier unexpectedly, but were en
tertained by them in a bospitablu manner.
Neoi we remark that, induced by Judgo
Uro s, wu also tested Mr. Rauchfuss' pure
jmce of tbo rapu?
In tho evening tbo Installation ceremo
nies took place in tho hall of tho lodge
' "d "tro very inturusting. Grand Master
Uroti conuui-led too curumonies, and ev
erything moved ulong smoothly. Go:
uiaii acted is Grand Warden nnd wo ns
Grand Murtbal. The new officers are,
II F. Littlnmojer, N. G. j John IJarcourt,
V G ; Leopold Reichtor, R. ij ; George
At tho conclusion of tho ccretnoniei,
Gruud Master liross addressed the audi
encu in a speech full of sound sense and
good ndvlco, and was briefly followed
bt1 a gentleman from Cairo, by tbe namu
Sunday morning wo again l:arded tbe
IdiewilJ, and at S o'clock got back to our
hornet tired, but ple.ied with our trip.
FOU6ALE OR itENT.
A two-.tory houie on Conimorcial ai i
nue near tne corner of Ninetoonth street"
Tho house is forty feet long by twenty
two feet wide, It contains ten roums acd
kitchen, and a good cistern and necessary
out-bouses aro attached u it. It is well
ventilated und well adupled for a busluei
housoordwelling. It is in n business part
of iho city and has been newly paintod
r.nd renovated Inside and out. Apply to
Rlvir Shannon House, Ohio Levee,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-S.iy,.
A I'Oixl tnano. Enaulro of Herman
Scbmolzstorir, Washington aveauo, bo.
ween Tenth ana LltventU sticets.
FEARFUL RAVAGES pr TUK IMS
EASE IN CLEAR CREEK
.... iiffi i i "t .
For sovaral days past rusnots of Iho
prevalonco of cholera In and i.bout Clear
Creek prooinct In Alexander county,
aboat forty-fivrt miles above Cairo, havo
boen afloat In this city, tut until yoster
day no Definite information from that
qiialter Could bo cbtnlnod.
Yesterday, we met gent'eman .vlio to
sides h short distance from Clear Crook,
and from him wo obtninod tha following
information, which wo bclijve is corroct
On Thursday, July 10, tho first cno of
cholera wa reported, and from tbut limo
until Sundiy tlio iSth.thlrly casrs woro re
ported, and out of thee twonty deaths oc
curred. The precinct Is now altnoit without
Inhabiting, ovoryKnly hving gono to tbo
bills and surrounding country to escape tho
scoiirgo. Farms and tho crops havo Icon
left tako to caro of thomtolvos, nnd
from all nccounU tho country presonts a
desolato and doertud appoarnnne. Among
tho victims of tbo scbrgo I. numbered
several of tbo l'!t men of tho precinct
Wo shall endeavor to krep pos'cd with
rorercni-o to tbo niatlcr, Bnd give our
renders the bor.ofit nf whatever may be
SOM E W II AT PEP.dON A I..'
Mh. Editor I wish tn call tho atten
tion of tbo ofSciri of the Illinois Central
ru'lroad at this plac?, to tbo conduct of an
employe of tboir read, I am not euro
that ho deserves to bo termed an employo;
it would probably bo more appropriate to
call Lira a "lacky," for tbut Is all be is
Soverul day: ago I received a lot of bides
which hud hardly been unloaded nt my
place of business, when this yourg squirt
passed along thesidewtilk. la a few min
utsa alt'ir, and before I had time to store
tho hidoj away in the eel
lur underneath tho store, Chief
Polico McIIule put in an appearance, and
on cornplulntof tho young "cub" referred
to, told mo I was under arrest for main
talning a nuisance. If it is tbe policy of
tho Illinois Central to keep men of th'
stamp of this young squ".rt la their em
ploy, they should quit carrying bides over
their road. Had I bsen takonup on com
pluint of a respectable citizen, it won
havn been all right, but to bo taken up on
account of this youngstor Is a littlo more
thin can quietly submit to.
Respectfully, II. I. mi
C'URn, July J5, 1H7.
There will boa meeting of t'uu l.etuisu
School society this (Wednesday) uvoning
at 8 o'clock in 'Squlra Ilrox' otllce. Ev
ery member is rcquoited to be present as
busine.s of imporloncc will be trn-iiietod.
lly order of tbo boird.
.7-1'1-U P. KoH'Mr.yii;. Sfc't.
KXC UKSION TO DEN VP. K.
M. axu St. L. Packet Comvasv, i
k . ... . i. t i iu.il r
The Metrphis nnd Si. Louis Packet
company m w olfor for tnlo round trip
tickett fro'ii Cairo to Donver and roturr.
.S70, ffood tor ninety dnys from dito of
sale. Also regular tickets on sr.lo for
Kansas City, Omaha, Topeka, Lawrencn,
San Pranoijco and all principal pointB :
west, and by river and rail to all points
south. For Author information call at
tho company's olliee, No. 71 Ohio lovee,
under Citv National bink, Cairo, Illinois.
.iames Mailory, Ticltot Ag't.
Sot, A. SH.VKR, Passenger Ag't.
KYS ASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynaston, whoho reputation as
a butcher is par excellent with the pcoplo
ol this city, has opened a new meat
fcliop near tho corner of Commercial avenue
and twentieth street, next door to Mr. Pat
IturiS grocery store. It is a well Inown and
nclnowlcdKcd fsct that Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing lilt long experience in tho meat busl-nc.-
lu this city, never olfercd to hit custom
ers anything hut tho choicest ol every ilnd
of meat. He Is a good Judgo of cattle, and
buys nothli'g but tho youngest and nttest,
and as a couscqucnco has the best of beef. '
Tho wlno may be fcald ot'evcry kind or meat I
Mild by him. lilve him a trial, nnd our word '
lor It, you will always tie pleased. C-18-tl
A NEW FIHST-OLAtid I1ARIJER
blioP. Mcllcnry Row & Co., of New Orleans,
have como to tbls city to stay, and havo
lilted up a first class barber-shop on Com
mercial svooue in tbo roo.n next to lian
non's book store, lately occupied by Stu
art A- Gholson as a dry goods ttoro. The
workmen aro nil first-class and are pre
pared to cut hair, cbavc, shampoo, etc., in
the vory latest styles. All tboy ask it a
trial. They respectfully solicit a share of
public patronage. McIIenry Row & Co,
SCOTT'S NEW BILLIARD HALL
On Thursday, July 17, W. T. Scott will
open his now building on Commercial av
enue. A splendid free lunch will be
spread at 10 o'clock In tho foronoon, nnd
ti grand ball will be given at night, to
which all his old friends and customers
aru respectfully Invited. He has purchased
a largo stock of lino wines and liquors,
and invites his friends lo cull around and
sample them. 7-15 3t
Gus. Helm, Sixth street, near Ohio levco
has J ii? t Lid out a considerable sum ol
inonej in repaiuttug, papering, and In every
ay repairing his barber shop, and his Is
now one of tlio nicest, If not the nicest ton
torial establishment In Cairo. Helm cm
plo)s none but tirst-class workmen in his
shop, und wo enturo to say tho two young
i lit n who now hold tltuution there, c-iunot
bo excelled In their calling by any other
barber or barber lu tho city. Try them.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
raro cbttneo Is ollorod to somo
with money to invest in good paying
property in the most desirable part of tbo
city, i w !utir 50 feet front on the avo
nuc, hui!tt j ttoriei. Two lurgo stores
esu bo llu.rj up on tbo first floor, tho up-
i er "nt' fcrto M,,U "rrHnB-d for otllcos or
. Q.Vitinrva. in .!...
Quit, of V A n mrl,uu7,
Ros.1 Estate Agonts, Cairo, Ills
Taken up bv tho subscr!1-"" i" f
about tho first day ol June, an d dun
cow whlto iirr-an n'.on hof back, car
marks, crop with rnl uri'4,,f Wl
each ear. Tho owwr, l) oalliit! on me
at tho corner house eti :ounty io.d, nd
outuldo not North Cairo, paying charges
nnd provlnjr, property can hvo tho cow
and calf. MuRon mitarih.
This popular hotel his la-en nlltUid and
mproved, nnd la now one of tho inot com i
tortablo utonnliur places In the cliy. The
travelling public and persons deflrlna
piea'ant quarters by the week or tnontb.v.lll
always Und them at tho Comm riial hotel.
Itatcs of board have been reductcd as fol
lows: Day board, 54 M per week; transit, 1
81 M per day; board and lodirinir, from ?&
to ?. per week. Mu. M. ,1, Wiihk,
Mrs, Auni Lang on Eighth kin it, between
Commercial and Washington avenue", has
lut opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. Sho has one hundred
nnd fifty dllfcreiit ktylcsof hat and bonnet
beside a largo assortment ol rlbbon, flow
er and notions ol all sorts, nil of which wll
he sold at the lowest price.
A new hotel has becnopcncU In'tho large
homo located on the corner of .Seventh I
street and Washington avenue. It will bo
known as IJrowu's hotel, and proprlctorcil
by Mr. Drown, who-o reputation ns a hotel.
keeper Is well-known In this city. I he
houso h i" been thoroughly renovated and
refurnished, and Is In every way first-class.
The tables are at all times furnished with
the best the season alfords, and tho charges
liberal, being only i-l to per day. Mr.
Ilrown solicits and deer es rt hirc nf the
public pntronaco. M4tt
Summer Attention to the
trade. Having a large selec
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Batiste de valen
ciennis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured : Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great vari
eties and patterns ; Nansooks
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some tigure? and designs; em
broidereis in large assort
ments : white tnmmincrs in
large assortments ; linen suit
incs in all shades : linen dam
asks, handsome patterns
have in store a very complete,
large and seasonable assort
ment of drviroods verv cheap.
1. S. Please call, no trou-
lijti! to show 'lt. tl-"S 11
SAAIUKL P. WHHKIiKR,
ATTOHSKY & fliU.N.SI'I.OH AT LAW
Oilieo over Pint National bank. S-lMm
WILLIAM J. ALLH.V,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oillce over First .National bmk. .Mil-3ni
ORKKN & QILJlfiltT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willi. in U Oilbfirt,
aiimn t.uiiberi, j
VSproia. attention glrer.
in Almlraltr inn
1VFI0S OIIIO LKTSS, BOOMS 7 ASD 8 OVUu
OITT NATIONAL IIAVK.
Johu II. Mulkey.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office, rear rooms oyer Haimon's book
itn. 121 COMMEP.CIAL AVEWUE,
Rctwcen Seventh and Eighth etrccts.
6-1 1 tf.
WU ITE COLLAJB PLANING M ILL,
K ir.il.TKHN, IToprlrlor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
Oil I HOLES,
OLD A 11 POSTS
noons, sash, ulinph
ST EAilBOAT L U M li K lit
rurnisbed on nLortcel notice.
Cotnirer. iai svonua, betwoon Tot th and
ORSTAOLES TO MARRIAGE
Happv reuer for youiii; men itom the el
fects of crrorB and abuses in early lllo,
Maubood restored. Impcdimeiits to mar.
nape removed. Now method ol treatment.
Now and rcniarkible remedies. Hooks ami
circulars font free, fn pealed envelope.
Address, Howard Association, No. a South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, l'u, an institu
tion bavin a high reputation lor honorable
conduct and prefebslonal klll.
e-'28 dAw 3ia.
Of i'.iIm, ii, i,e lyni, and ottering his entire Mock of
SUMMER GOODS AT COST
Hit .lock ronliU In part of
lie "IK ulu xll all other nods in proportion a.
l.TTIIe remect'iilly solicit an cximlnillnn ol hi. stork, fcelln'raMiired that nolle hettm
can he lound In the :ity.
$30,000 WOUTH OF GOODS
I will sell my
AT ACTUAL COST
As 1 ate. deirrtnii.el tocios out my present business a toon at possiblw.
N. H. TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES IIKHUAFTER, THIS STOCK
WILL UK SOLD STRICTLY FOR CASH
Jul v, lb'i J.
C A K 11 u L A T E 0 F
I' E R .M A N G
C A U D O L I C A C ID
C H L O R i D E 0 1? L 1 .M E ,
V O W I) E it E 1) V il A R C O A L
F'OJie SI A.Xj13 A.T IiQV PRICES
COHXKK WASHINGTON AVKNUK AM) KU5HTII 3TB HET.
-TSTO. 74 OHIO LLVEE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
irat'H ii'fl'ft'fi"!, t rMBiru
The.Sjlni Charles is wch and widely knownjis the Ijadlug and
LARGEST HOTEL IX SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And In all the appointments or a ftrtt-class house, ha: no compctior in Cairo, and no sup
rior In the 'tate outside or Chleago. r ' g '
Tuc Saint Cliarlea I built in the raost eolld and Mibstantial manner of brick and Iron. la
four .tnrlen In lielKlit, exeiu-ivc or basement and :iiil. l
Ohio river, !2o feet on Seeond Mreet and a wing tor culinary purpo.ca : sin thorough repair
and will coml-rtubly acconmiod.i c 200 KUests. Is now doing u line pay ng biHiiess, wlVloh
will bo largely inenascd dur ng the preset car by the new railroads now bcimr built Into
Cairo, and whoso depots will be In close proximity to the bonus 11
Panic wlshlni; to eiuaKC In the hotel buslnca-i Imvn ,m ovniin. nnnr.r.ni... .
pureliaso the entire ,1'roperty or one-thlr.l Interest with management or the business; In
eluding furniture and good will, on very reasonable terms, at low tlgures, nnd easy l"l
mcntf. Address. r
11 PerdidoStrect, .New uilau.
j Coiner ul I m i .
.HI'I Olll I..
M. I- N' I Kit,
CIIOICK STKAM UltlKU COKN WWW,
In io t ,u,t On tra le
entire stock of
U. If. CUNNINGHAM.
M U U II LO K A L U M
L I .M 1:
A N A T K O !' 1' nl'A S ii,
I' O W I) E H ,
'f ST. LOUIS,
A BOOK FOB THE MILLION
A I'rlvntel'oituaplor to tbo Married
or tlioie about lo Utn jr.cn ll.t I'bj.lolog Icul myt.
UriitanJ r.TclntluDicf IhtMtutl Jjiltin, tr,
Ul.it diicmerln In iriduclo( and prtvtoUng oa.
TbU ft at, 'irMllo-work efl'O K' hti aaj
tlttjr ik, with BunitrouttBgraTltft. aud ronttlt
".lutl. Itformitlcn for Ihcxt who art it.trl.Juc
tocl.mrl.l. iurrls ttlllllltaUwk IlittnutM
loli urnltr lock mi k ta-i Itid itrsUiily
aLoat Iht boun.i
Dr. Bum- VUttMTj, Ki.:n S. "ft.
MC TO TSI UKKWfgt cF"rlTWtl
tr b.rii.M itut u u.. uiw""'" u .i..i7i!ri.
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