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CAIRO BULLETIN THURSDAY, JtiLY 17, IB73
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IN mim the HkrMt Honk
KKklr MIlMtn 4a irieit Motile
TO ST- LOUIS
0 CHANGE OF OAKS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAHS
UM UAIKu TO
Cincinnati, i-lianaooUe, Toledo,
Detroit, CleteLod, Niagara rl
Huflalo, fitmnuiK, W-i-hinnlon,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
Boeton and all points east.
Mlltrautte, Janeefllle, Me,ilsn.
!aOroee, St. Pul nd all points north.
bia la also the ubl) oli( t pete to
Demur, nuomins;ton, HpungflJ,
P-orla, Ouloc), KV.kuk,
Burlington. KockUlmd, La 'alle,
Msndota, Dixon, Freeport,
lelena, Dubuque, rioui ..My,
Omaha tuil all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Bleeping Oa
On nil Mght I mint.
Ba-fare Checked loall Important poinls.
For tickets and information, applj o I. C. U.h
aepoa I ftjrog oo eoerJ me transit stwinwr it-
iwfwu uoiumbvi ana t.eiro, iaa si hip (tiuui,,
nUlroa ticket offle throughout the south.
IT. P.JUIIN'i'N ilm'l Uf tfC'l, Crnoaso
A. MirCHiLi, Orn'l sup't. i:hlceo.
J. JOUNSON Ag't. Cnlro.
Passenger tram on tlie Illinois Central
change time t i-day from and alter 'i4M
p ra. to-day trains will run us follows :
a Kit I Vic,
fccproa, daily ....4:: Op til.
Mali, except dunday a:lb a. lit.
Kxtirew. . 2:10 p. ni ,
Mall, dally except Similar . ll-M i. in.
KAiLKOAD I'lMK TAHI-E.
CAIRO. AltKA.SNAS AVI) TEXAS !. U.
On an.l alter Moitda. June It IST3, train
wll run dally, except Sunday, between
Or-nlIlil' landing unci dlkostuit, ticoti
county, -tllesou I. as lollows :
Leave Greenfield's KMK) un. ami 8: P-m.
Arrive v.:) ' " ft: it "
Charleston 10:4') " li:10
' -Ikeston 7.10 p.m. tHl tf
THE CAIKO AST) VlNCENNEd
UOUTE FROM OAIKO
lmtl uiapolU, Tulcilo,
Cle eland, Nlagra Kails,
Pittsburg, Was liitou,
run lUt-ipuia, aew lorn.
ilo.ton and all K.-iern 1 'o I tits,
CUAXOB Of VI 11 K.
On and alter i'ueday, July 1, 1S7J, trains
will run as follows :
O ilngnorth leaee alroat 4:00 a.m.
Uo.u' soutii arrives at Call o at ... a-.io p.m.
tluUND tITr CCuXIMOUATIO.S".
Leaves Cairo at ...ll-M a.m. and COO p.m.
Arrivei at Cairo at 6:00 a.m. and ltfi p.m.
TheexpreM train north arrives at Vlti
cenueaat 13-.M p.m.. HHktiiL- direct cuuuuc
tluu at 12:3m p.m , witti tile fudiatiupolU anil
Yluueuuca railroad lur Indiaiupolls, the
great rallroa eeutre, Irom which point
tr jus are departing at all hour, tor all
voluta In l e United Ma e nd Canada. At
p.m. with the Lanslll and Craw-
ilt)rrMllnMil, tor "I erra Haute, hull,.
nl"i, Chicago, l)atillle and hII points
north, la the I erra Haute Kvansvllle and
Chlcogu railroad, and eaH u the Vand.iliu
line, nl Indianapolis ami at. I.ouls railroad.
At l:M p m with the Ohio and MlsUsiptl
railroad, lur Cincinnati, uuisUllc, aud all
points eat, via Cincinnati.
I'aenetaKoInu by this route an placed
In iiidianapulis, Cincinnati, l.caip IIId. .New
York. Itost n, Philadelphia, Ualtlmore,
Waliinton, and all ea-tctn po nts, twe ve
hours in advance ( any other route.
kxpress train makes connrcilon at Kldo.
radu with at. Louis and utheaitrrn tall'
way, lor St. Louis, Mt. Vernon (UUnoU),
Htiawneetovrn and all polnis between Eitlu
rJo aud St Louis.
At Noma C ty makes close connection
for SpriiiiiuM, Hock Island, and ah points
on prliutlildaud Illinois Southeastern rail
i) and con t'i tloti.
At Caruil with si. Loul, Evanslllc, H"ii
Qerjn aud Na.tnllle railway dnc, lor Mt.
Ven.on (ludlala). Kvan.UlK IlL'iidersoii
(hentueky), Na.Ullll (Teniiesae ), and all
poiut on si. L., K , H. aud N. railway and
lUnr checked tn all important points.
ZT 'r ilckeu an i lutoriiiall iii -pply at
thr ticKet uffli-r, corner venlli street aud
Coramerelil aeuuj, Cairo, II Inols.
Jso, Lkk, .-.up't ciias O. Wood,
On Par and Ticket Aij'i
11. 1 . llunskttiB, Agent, Cairo.
Ib-at Scotch ale, stout porter, and eight
year old bourbon wbiikey tob. found only
althe C'ystal laloon, corner of Sixth ilreel
and Commercial avenue
&TEAQALA & I.ANV,
llai ka lor tht Cairo, Alkaiisas and Texa
railroad, sturiltn; irnm White A drier's
t -re, corner ot sixth street and Ohio lesee,
run as IoIIuhb;
Lea e at Sa,,,
" 4 p.m.
Arrive In city at 10a.ni
w 11 John Mkykhh, Agent.
gsWknUr tioinlvrs .t thu Kuropeun hotel,
gtNalket proprietor, recti e buard at
the rate ot pvr month. tt-io-n
Fine white ; single ai.d double X amber
single and double X Canary, besi iUallt ot
malillu, blue letter, etc., etc. W.tssi lur
ale, printed ut $3 fsl to M f0 pi-r thou. ami.
at the Uullkii.n OtTtCK.
Ai warm weather la approaching the
lovers ol Ice cream will be glad to learn tlut
Mes.rs. Saup ACIarkson hae dttcd up and
refurnished, iu elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain has
also been put In running order, aud nothing
is wanting about the establishment to make
the pleasure and uoiniort of their patrons
A NEW FJtST.UI.AS3 BARBER
Mi'Hrnry Roe & Co, of New Orleans,
have come lo tula city lo itay, and have
fitted up a tint class barber-shop on Com.
merclal avenue In the roo.n next to Han.
nun's hook store, lately occupied by Slu
art & Obolson as a dry goods store. The
workmen are all flrit-clais and are pre
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, tc, in
tb ry !' ,t7,e A" tlly ,k
trial. They respectfully solicit a .hart of
publio patronage. McUKNar Rois Co,
ITEMS OF LOI'AL NEWS.
Circus next week, So rumor lay a.
Kvorythlng w quiet In Cairo ycater-
The Ohio river It falling, though not
Tlio chain gang wore doing duty in
tho Fourth ward yoalcrday.
Gen. Green H. K.um la in tho cltji
and is the gueit of Col. Wood.
Freight and aliipmonta of all descrip
tions contmuo dull at thit point.
Full itock ladlca hati at lesi than one-
third thoir value, at llartman'i. 7-10 tf
Ij. II. Meyers and family hivvo left for
Denver. 1 hoy took tho Tuesday night
Kennedy li working nway repairing
Idowalki. but aayi It is "awful hot
Tho Ohio rlvor fell eleven inchos du
ring thetwonty-four hours ending at
o'clock last night.
A dog supposed to have boon mad
waa shot last evening near the corner of
Thirteenth and Wninut streets.
Glass fruit jara, porcelain lined, glass
topped at Hartmatra
All kinds of sun pictures at J.8ch1etlng
er'a, Eighth atroul, between Wnahlngio
and Ciiniiiiercial avenues. 7-IOtf.
The beat trei h moati in tho city aro to
bit found ul Kynaiton's, corner Twentieth
atreet and Commercial avonuo. 7-1 G-t f.
bcotlanow billiard ball and reatau
rant will bo oponod to-day, with a grand
lunch in tho morning mid a danco
Tho Mlaaifaippl river continuoa to fall
and in tho course of tho next ten das n
two weoka sleatm-rs will II nd itdifll tilt to
HC"tid that atresm loSl Louis.
Dennis INley bna u horse h fn
liorif, and detlrua it to be understood that
h wlllliaok hlin galnat uny Imrsi In tho
city. F ir terms, apply to lltley.
I'liotogrnpha and othr pictur. i at J.
Sonlfslnmir'a, Ullnh street, between
H'himtoti and Commercial avenues.
ir ynu want an rxtra good stnak or
roiiat of beef, mutton, vml or pork, cu to
a. jvynastona, corner Twentieth street
and C'linnierciHl HVenuo 7-lC-tf.
All bifgni;e left nt tho Cutnm.-rc'Hl
hotel, not claimed bo.ore tho 18ib of July,
will In. sold at public auction.
-IJ-Ol JlK .M.J. WllITK.
Lost. Oily orders No. 691)2. $12 30
and. 1481, $19 13, both of the new series.
A.xcMsi'tmblo reward will hit tiairl tliM
tliidi.r by leavlng'iuem at this office.
Jim. Kyn.ston's is tho place to buy
your fresh meat. The nicest, fresbeat beet,
veal, muttjn and pork In the city la to be
lound at bis shop, corner Tsvoritletb
street arid Commercial aivenue. 7-ICtf.
St Tho next regular communication
Vot Delta lodge No. MB, A F and A .
-M. will be held at Masonic hall this
( i hursday) evening, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
W . A. Sloo, 8 -croiary.
Tho report that Fat Kolly was
broutsbt to this city and placed in the
hospital, is incorrect. Ho was not taken
to the hospital, but to the house of a
friend in tho Fifth ward. Wo understand
his injuries are of a dangerous nature.
Gents' half bote, CO cents a dozm, at
Iliirtman's. 7-1C tf
F. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, oll' ra for salo Guinness' l'orter &
Baai' ales and puro Uennessy brandy,
and the genuine Asgosture bitters, all
Qrat-clais cholera cures. Try them
In many yoars the health of Cairo
haa nut been bettor than at the present
time. There ia very little aickneas of any inorlat, satirial and ready pen wtiler, con
kind reported. The weather, though hot, iraating your hard lot with tho pleaa-
la favorablo to health, and with prudence
on the part uf our people, tbero need he I
no fear of diaoaao of any kind.
In another column of this morning's
liULLEltlN will bo found the card of Dr
J. W Brigman. Tho Doctor has been
practicing in this city fur four about
months, Hudhas been veryauccettful In
hia calling His uffije is un Twelfth
treet between Walnut and Cedar.
Clark a thread five conta a spool at
llartman's. 7-10 tf.
To-morrow morning, at the Planter's
warehouse, thero will be placed upon the
breaks as fine a lot of tobacco as was ever
tf red for talo in this market. Eery
week thu quantity f tubacco ctlered lor
ale grows larger, and Cairo is now recog-
n i d as one ut thu beat Ubacco markets
.ti the Souihwust.
C. Hntitiy wWhea the publio to he In
formed thtl In has on hand a su ck ul
ry go. ds ni.il carpets as ext. nsivo aa any
hi the Southwest, and that he ia determ
ined to sell everything al pricea lower
'hanlhu lowest. Call on him lo-day urn
limine goods and prices. He will aatlr'y
you both as to qiiali'v ami co-t
Full s z-d mo.quiio bars fifty rents a
pair, at llarimaii a. 7-(i if,
On o king over the tmoks of the 11 be .
1 "ian fire company we find thai from the
- H" "' J"!, I. to July Uth, IB7;l,the
Cairo lire department waa called out thy
tree times. Thu followlin. I llm secre-
'rj's report at the causes of the lire.
i.amp expio.lons 13 ; iliTictlVe flues, Ul
.I.-.. it . n ... t . .
v.-iuii urvi, u j urn cuuseo uy boll, f
explosion, 1; trom causes unknown, II
-lb alarm. 7; total, 63 The books cm
tsin no statement aa lo the value of the
A serio-is accident occurred In the
Walnulsaw mills, Capt. Sam. Orr, pro-
prietor, jestcrdsy afierniain. One of the.
circular saws became disarranged, and ih
iihbu sawyer by a quick movenie t
undertook to put it to rights. A
negro by iho name of Cyrus Uunbar,
bolievlng some terrible accident was
about iu occur, endeavored to make bia
cape from the building, and in his efforts
to get out one of bis feet waa caught by
t tits saw and all the toea cut olf.
Ttie Lord Is with the Riverside base
ball club There Is not a member nf the
ulub who Is not a davout Christian. None
of them are addicted to swearing, whiikv-
drinking, tubacco chewing, or any of
tht thousand other weaknesses which the
human family heir to. Thoy hive a
preacher a Presbyterian preachor, Mln
ton by numo, who Is paitor of the chur:h
of that'deDomlnation at Mound City, for
a leader. Ho prays while he plays base
ball and plays baso ball white he prays.
No wonder tho Egyptians can't copo with
tho Riversides. Dispense with the servi
ces of Rev. Minton, and our boys will
beat them two to one.
All kinds of jelly glasses at Hart-
man'i. 7-10 tf.
The following steamboats arrived
and departed from thit port yesterday .
Arrlvod: Fearlosa. IMttshurc. Marv
Ann, Pittsburg; llolle Memphis, Mem
phis; Shannon, Vicksburg; Nick
Lnngwnrlb, Cincinnati; John F
Tollo, Kvanivillej Ilurk.ville, Naih
ville; Quickstep, Evansvilo; Georco
O Wolff, lUd' river; City of Helena.
St Louis. Departed: Fearless, St. Louis;
Chestnr, Memphis; Mary Ann, Now Or
leans ; llulle Memphis, St. Louis ; Shan,
non, Cincinnati ; Nick Longwnrth, Now
Orleans ; John F ToIIp, St. Louis; City of
Helona, Vickiburg ; Goo C. Wolff, St,
An excursion to Paducnh on the
steamer Tyrone will bo given on Monday,
July 21, 1873. Tho steamer will leave tho
wharf in this city at 8 o'clock a.m.,nnd re
turn at 7 o'clock p.m. Everything will bo
so arranged as to givo ladles nnd children
every comfort possible, kach family will
be provided with a state room, so that In
case muthors w's b to '-atow their children
away" where they can simp without be
ing dliturbod, they cun do so with por
lect safety. No liquor uf any kind will
be allowed to be sold n the boat. An ex
celleiit band of muslo has been engaged
and will he in attendance. Fair tor tin-
rnun trip A getiural invitation i
Kilutiled to all who wish to enj y them
eelvea for or.nday, the inansgMiuenl prom
ising to do every lliiiig in their power to
inskn the occasion one long to be renii-ni
Mr John Ilyland has, or bad a hired
girl. !m was h cross between a whllo
and a black. Though not while, John
thought alio was honest, at least aa bou
eat us the ordinary run of girls of her
kind. She was permitted to go uhout ill
house and into the drawers, etc, as if she
wa "one of the family " From time to
time little articles havo ban misted, but
nover for a momunt did Ilyland or any
ul his household suspect that the girl had
"lifted" thorn. Several days ago a watch
which had been in the family for a lo
time, went the way id many other articlesi
and then, for tliu drat time, did guilt
point to the girl Chief of Folico .Mi
Ua'e was consulted, He was told of b iW
little articles had every now and tnen
gone no one could toll where, of tho dis
appearance ot the watcb, and ao-fuunh
and an on. Chief Mullalu suspected the
girl, and told her so. At first she denied
knowing anything aooul the missing piup-
erty, but by the application uf a little ot
that sort uf "persuation" with which po
llen officers only are tamilUr, aho in
duced lo "turn up" each and every artlclet
including the watch. Ilyland has lost
faith in girls that aro neither white nor
black. No moro faalf-breods for him.
Ttie next one must bo aa black as tho ace
of apudes, or as wbito aa a white girl can
Foot ok Gkekn Mountains, 1
Veiimont, July 11, lb73.
Editob Bulletin :
I sue by J UK IIulletin of the 8th inst.,
that you packed us all off out of thecityi
congratulating us spitefully. You, sir'
commander-in-chief ot the "great relig-
loua organ of Southern Illinois," tbo bu-
ant one ot the minister. What ailolh
ihee-7 Beside thvaelf? The idea
that the editor of Tuk Bullktin and
member of the Illinois legislature
should bewail hia lot, shows what ' vault
ing ambition" will do for men of. "tower
ing aspirations," For time has favored
ihttn, wealth bas flowed in upon them,
honors baa fallen thick upon that some
what veuerablu head of thine and where
preiplration should stand out in great
beads, are scon the murks of intellectual
Bu content! Don't grumblo, lest a
woree than editorial and legislative affl'C-
lion come upon tlrtie.
Well, bore we all aro among friends in
the uld Green Mountain Stale,
From Vincenocs we took the New York
through eipress by the wuy of Cincinnati,
Cleveland and Hull lo to Albany, The
j ,urtiey was a vry pleasant one and
quickly made. Wo left Cairo Tuu-tlay
n Hih, and was in Albany Wednesday
igtit, or rather Thursday morning at I
cio';k. We spent the day, Thursday, in
Albany and Troy, going out un the even-
ing iritin lo North lleniiingt n Tne
ountry through which e psisid pre
entnl a tine app-uratice, Thu far tier's
were very bu-y in th-i hay and harvest
tt-ltli. Wo enjoyed tho scenorv
,o g tlio route very much
Tnu weathur is ruiiisrkahlv Cool her
deems almost impossible thai there should
be so great a change. 1 havo worn mv
overcoat several timet lor comfort since I
left Cairo. Thick clothing is in order
Wo have found quarters in 11 beautiful
retired Village j-ut the placo to rest and
atd recuperate. Such butter, milk and
cream as we have here, I denominate
as luxuries. It is a grntt treat to have an
abundance of iheiu all the time. 1 wish
we could buy such milk in Jalro al ten
cents a quart, or evon IwiiIvh cents We
aru in full vie of tlio Green mountains
They loom up mujetilcly. Next week 1
shall exploro those ancient rock-ribbed
mountains, We make up a troul fl.hlnr.
party iieiv wee anu go where it is sid
tne trout aoounu, 1 ww ,fcr,i t T(1s
Bulletin some account ofuur luck.eic
More anon. Yours u p, q
A good piano. Enqulro of Herman
Sehmetzatorff, Washington avenue; be
wouu Tenth and Eleventh stteets,
1'HE RETURN MATCH.
The match gnme ot base ball playod in
this city yenerday, botwoen the Riverside
oiub of Mound City, and the Egyptians i f
Cairo, terminated In a victory for tho for-
raer. To sny tho least, tne piaytng was
nothing to boait of, and our Cairo boys did
worse than bad. It Is in tne ngypiiaus
to beat the Klvtrsldes if they will go at It
and practice, and not undortako to play
until thoy are at I oast half proparod. Tht
following Is tbo score :
Rnuir, c f
O Dounell, 1st b..,
lligglns, r f.
.Million, p ,
Wilson, I f
Gnisidy, 3d b ,
lllnlliff, 2d b
Howls, Sd !....
llowley, c f
A Frost, p
Powell, 3d b...
J Frost, c ,
Kelly, I f
Folev, r f
Devore, 1st b ' 3
TOTAL HUNS FCOKKn.
Riversides ovor Egyptians 0
Cuas. A Salt, Umpire.
John McEwe.v, j
AN ANSWER TO II. LEVI
Editorok Bulletin Mr. H. Levi, in
your issue ol thu ICth, makes nn unwar
ranted and cowardly attack upon me
charging me with having Instigated his
arrest for permiting 9 inking hides to be
tn his store on tho levee. It ia not true
that I had him arrested: the warrant
having been sworn out by tho City Mai,
hat, and until 1 was suppomed us a wit
tuns, I did not know bo was under arreil
It is true. I wa called as a witness
and staled lust what I knew. Mr
L vl at tho trial, I suppose
because 1 was a boy, pitched at me, and
now comes out in an article, applying t
me name that are beneath a man, mud
more one who professes lo bj a getitl-miti
In proof of It's publication being wholly
unwarantablo and untrue, I 'elorto Judgu
Urois, Wm. Mcllalo, Andrew Cain soil
H. W, Webb, who know the 'acts, and ii
proof of lis being cowardly there is notli
ing moro needed than iu bjing false it
every respect, Hakvy WooLtmiOK
Charllo Stowart a colored boy of about
twoive summers was arrested night be
fore last by D-puty Sheriff John Cain i n
a charge of stealing a ham from the gro
cery store of Geo. W. Whltlock & Son,
Stewart had a hearing yenerday irorninK
before his honor Bird, and was held to
bail In the sum of too to await the action
of the grand jury at the next term of the
circuit court. In the mean time he will
board with Dick Fitzgerald at tbo county
"Pony" Bally, for "lampooning" bis
wife and threatening to chop the head off
one of his neighbors for interfering with
his Innocent amusement, was taxod about
i'20. Bslly was ejven a stay of execution,
provided ho would leave town within
EXCURSION TO DEN VE R.
M and St. L Packet Company,'!
Aoent'b UmcK, Cairo, J uly 1, 1U73.
The Memphis and St. Louis Packet
company now offer for tale round trip
tlckeu from Oairo to Denver and return
$70, good for ninety day from date ot
sale. Also regular tickets on tale for
Kansas City, Omaha, Topeka, Lawrence,
San Francisco and all principal points
west, and by river and rail to all points
south. For further Information call at
the company' office, No. 71 Ohio lovee,
under Citv National bink, Cairo, Illinois.
James Mallort, iickot Ag I.
Sol. A. Silver, Pasaenger Ag't.
KVNASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynastoo, whose reputation at
butcher is par excellent with the people
ot this city, has opened a new meat
shop near the comer of Commercial avenue
and twentieth street, next door to Mr. Pat
Burr grocery store. It Is a well Inown and
acknowledged fact that Mr. Kynaston, dtir-
ng hia long experience In the meat busi
ness In this city, never offered to hia custom.
era anything but the choicest of every Mud
of meat. He is a good judge of cattle, and
buys nothing but the youngest and satteat,
aud aa a consequence baa the beat of beef.
The same may be aald of every kind of meat
sold by him. tllve him atrial, and our word
lor It, you will always be pleased. 0-18-tl
FOR SALE OR itKNT.
A two atory house on Commercial ave
nue near the corner of Nineteenth street.
The house is forty feet long by twenty,
two fuel wido. It contains ten rooms ar.il
kitchen, and a good cistern aud nec-ss ry
oiil.bouies aru attached t it. It is well
ventilated and well adapted tor a bu.inefs
hoii.o or dwelling. It is in a business pari
of the city and haa been newly painted
and ronovatod inside and out Applv to
River Shannon Housu, Onio 1 eveo,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-8-lm.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A rare chance is offered to some man
with money to Invest in good paying
property in the roost desirable part of tho
city. 1 wu iuib, uv iuu iron uu sua s,o-
nue, house 3 stories. Two large stores
can be fitted up or tho first floor, tho up
per stunes are well arranged forotllcos or
dwellings. For further particulars en.
quire of John Q. Hahman ii Co.,
U-l-tl Itnal &lalH Agonis, jmnu, 111s
Mm. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
lust opened out a stock of new and fashion
ahle millinery goods. She baa one hundred
snd flfty different styleaof tuts and bonnets,
beMdf a large assortment ol ribbons, flow,
cr and notion ol all sorts, all of which wll
be sold at the lowest prices.
TOTHE PATRONS Jr tuk
WlIKELKIt & w n.av i on,v
Tho onlv authorized agent of this ma
chine in Cslrojs. Robert J Foster whoso
office is on Sixth street and Commercial
"venue, in D.vn Hartmfln'i tore. .1.0.
Carson is not authorized to adjust or ro-
pair my nntchlnes and parties must not
ook to me if their machines are injured
hy him. A. fcu.iKH.
St. Louis Juno 20, 1873. 6-17.3W
SCOTT'S NEW BILLIARD II ALL
On Thunday, July 17, W. T. Scott will
open his now building on Commercial av
enue. A splendid freo lunch will be
spread al lo o'clock In tho foronoon, and
n grand ball will bo given at night, to
which all his old frionds and customers
aro respoctfully Invltod. Ho hat purchaitd
a largo stock of flno winei and liquors,
and Invites his frionds to call around end
sample thorn. 7-15 Ct
Otis. Holm, Stxih street, nonr Ohio lecc
has just laid out a considerable sum ol
money In rcp.il nt Ing, papering, nnd In every
way repairing hia burlier shop, and his Is
now ono of tho nicest, If not tho nicest ton
sorial estahlMinient In Cairo, Helm cm
ploya none but tlrst-class workmen in hi'
shop, and wo cnturo to oay the two young
men who unw hold situations there, cinnol
be excelled In their calling by any other
barber or barbers In the city. Try them.
Summer Attention to the
trade. Having a large selec
tion of handsome white goods
vory cheap, Iiatistedo vnlon-
ciennis, plain striped and tig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victorii
lawns, pkun striped and ii
ured; Marseilles in great vari
eties and patterns ; iS'ansool
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; em
broidereis in large assort
mcnts ; white trimminj
large assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome patterns ;
have in store a very complete,
largo and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
P. S. Please call, no trou
ble to show goods. U-28 tf
J. W. BRIGMAN,
Physician, surgeon and aucoueher. Olllrf ,
I'wellth street, between Walnut and Cedar
.treats. 7-17 tl
Oliirlerail tlitmh l. lite,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. S AFFORD. President;
S. 3. TAYLOR. Vice-President;
U. HYHLOF, secretary and Tieasurci
i. M. BiacLAi,
K. II. Urooarurii,
It. 11. Ctiiaa,
Paul O. Bcucv,
J. M, PnuLirs.
at. r, uiLUiii
Uepoaita ol maw Amoani Hoeel vrd Iron.
Tea Cents) Upwards.
124TKHK8T paid on deposits at the rat of si
percent, per annum. March Island tiplem
or 1st. Interest not withdrawn la r.dded imme
llstelj to ire principal of the deposits, thereto
i'irx them compound Interest
MAnRIBD WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
to THAT 10 OSS IIJI CAS DAAW IT.
Open f ery busln. daj from a.m. to 3 p.m.
nd SaturUa? ey .ag tor HAVING DEPOSIT
ml( from f to S 0 clock.
audtf W. HT3LOP. Treasurer,
the crry national
W. P. IIALhlllAT, President;
HKNUT h. HALLIDAY, Vioe-PreslSeni
A. H. HAPKORU, Cashier;
VATs: HYULOP, Assl.ua Oaihlep
HTAATa TAVLoa, Kossar H. Ocaxiaaiu.
Isssr L. UaludaT, W. P. IIallihat,
'so. I). WiLUAMioN, Hiirms lliao
A. H, tjArroan,
Kaehstuae, Coin and United Nlalss
Hoarta llonajhl aol rlald.
DtPtHIT" receised, end
KIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. Mil lkh, President.
J. M I'll r.ui'8. VIee.Pre.ldent.
Ciias. Cu.m.nqiiam, Cashier.
cjULLKOTIONS PROMPTLY MADK
EXCHANGE, ooln, bank Dote and Unite,
rilatea aeSurlti bought and sold,
iiiiereai I loss Ml Minn oeiioll
Happy relief lor young men from the se
lects of crrora and abuses In early me
Manhood restored. Impedimenta to mai
rlage removed. New method ot treaimen .
New and remurk ible rentnlies. Book ami
elrcinurs ent free, In scaled envelope.
Address, Howard Association, No. J j '
Ninth treet, Philadelphia, !,
tlon havlne a high reputation lor honorable
conduct and provisional skill,
t-'i0 dAw 3m.
Of Cairo, In the lead, nnd ollcrlng his cntiro block of
SUMMER GOODS AT COST
Ills slock ronlsls In part of
He wljl tiNn sell nil other goods In proportion a:
G-BHATI.Y 0R3BIDTJ"CBX3 PEICE3:
ftTllo rciicc fully solicit an examination ol hH stock, feeling assured that none better
can he futind In the :liy.
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
I will sell my entire stock of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As 1 am doUrminud tocloio out my present business as soon at posslblu.
N. H. TO AVOID ALL MISTAKl-S lIKHKAFTi-U. TUIrf STOCK
WILL UK SOLD ST1U0TLY FOR t'Abll.
July 5, 187,1.
PERMANGANATE OF POTASH.
CA HDOLIC ACID
CHLORIDE OF LIME
P O W D
fob SA-ijaEi jrr low peices
COItNKIt WASHINGTON AVEXUB AND EIOUTII STREET.
iTO. 74: OHIO XjIli'VJEIEj
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
The Saint Charles Is well and widely knownis the loadlug nud
LARGEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Mid in all ihe appointments of u first-class hoiio, ban 110 competlor In Cairo, and no biipo
dor in the tate outside ol Chli'iip;",
Tlio tiutnt Charles l built in the mnt sollil ami substantial mnnner of brick and Iron, is
loiir-torlea 111 height, exclulo of liaseiiient and attic, has a Irontago of 1 0 feet on tho
lilo rler, VZ leet nn Second street and 11 wing fur culinary purposes; lain thorough repair
and will comfortably ncrnininndatu l!00 L-uesls. Is now doing u fine paying business, which
will be largely Inert used during the presot year hy the new railroads now b.ltig built Into
Cairo, and whoso depots will he in close proximity to tho house.
Parties wishing to engage in tho hotel business havo now an oxr-ellcnt opportunity to
iitiivii ie the entire property, r otie-tlilrd Interest with management ol'tlie business, In
lulling flirt Hiiro and good will, on cry reasonable terms, allow tigurcs, and easy pay
C'Hro of Ticknor & Co,, ST. LOUIS,
Or 0. W. UOCHHAN,
41 Pcrdldiistrcct, New Orleans.
IDLE WILD MILLS
f Corner nf Tweiily.p.Tiul street )
( aud Ohio Let cu. )
M. 11. OUNTKH, . PitopKiKToii.
CHOICE STEAM-DRIED CORN MEAL
In lots to suit the trsdo.
SsTOrden solicited. 7-1 1m
BROMO C II L 0 11 A L U M
L I M E
E RED CHARCOAL.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLIOW
A PrlvMe Counselor (o tbeMnrrlctl
or tboie about to Marry, on the Phyalulojlral mI
tsrlsa and reTalatlonsoftliaisiUAl jit.ur ,y,?T
lsl.it dlscoTerlra In produe nf and presenilis: off
aprlo, preurrlog ins complailon, 0 a
This fa an I :rsllo; w0'k of two n-1rsd anrl
al xtj pecei. with numeroua enfrarlnfa, and contains
laluatls Information for IboM who lis married?
coutsmplsts marrlaiet still It i,. &Jk Kiu
be under lock snif ka and not fat 2Sralse.lt
about lb bouse.. tfI.MI
sibi w ss sas trrss er ) s rin. c..u. iu
Dr. uussass. IK. SishUi SuiifiSS