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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN. SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1873
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CAIRO BULLETIN.
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RAILUOAuTTmB I AIU.K.
0IRO. AUK.N-3 ASD TEX.VS U. U
On nl alter Mutitla), June IB'J. Uatii
will run daily, except duiular. Ufiwrci
Oraniigeid'a lanilliiK and dlkeilun, bcui
county, Mluouil. a follow. :
Leave Greenfield' 10:00 a.m. und A.-UO p in
Arrive " 9M o:li
Charleton 10.W " " 0:10
Mkeston 7.1U p.m. (M K
THE CAIRO an"u V1N0BNNK
RAILHOAU.
SHORTEST BOOTH FROM. OAIH
TO
Cincinnati, Indl.-mapollj, Tnleilo,
lAvtrolt, Cleveland, .Mura i-'u.U,
Huato, ruuuurx, luuton,
JtuBor, JWJiJi-pfiia, .Veiv York.
Uo$Un and all ieni i'oluti.
CHANGE OF TIMU.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1, 1M73, train,
wulrun asloUowe:
tlFKl B.
Q ilng north leaves calroat 4:00 a.m
Uutd aoutlj arrives at Culio at. .. . tluu p.m.
MuCNOCirr CCullMOUAT10K.
Oolutf .urtti.
Leave Cairo at ...UH5 a.m. and G.00 p.m.
Ooing Soutn.
Arrlvfifl &t lMlrk ul .. ... u..l !- ...
Tbeexyrta train nonb urrtvra at Viu-
eetiuiaitt VitV) u.iu., lutktuic direct cuiiuet:-!
tluu at liaj i.m , Willi tue IudUuioiU au
VlucBuUe. railroad IT luluuiiioll., til
cruit raiiroa centre. I rum lilch iioliu
tralt.a are deiiarllnif at all huurr, lur alt
vuiuiti in e c7ui(tj "! os nliti Caiiaun. Ai
ii6B y.tu. Willi tbo Kvannvlll. and Cruw.
. Mlllerailruad, lor 'lerra lluule, ludl .
Qki.ii., CUlcgo, Uamllle aud all iolnt
Burtli, la the lerralUuie fc'vuiiivllle and
Cnlcogi) mi Iron I, atld east l tbe Vand-liu
Uu, nd iiidlaiupulla aud St. Louis railroad.
At l:fti m. vsitli lie ULIo .uid .Mlf
railroad, for Ctiiviiuiatl, oulmlllf, and all
puiuu vast, Via ctuvlnimtl.
l'aarni(ci8ulii: by tliln mute am placed
la idUuap iIInciucIiiiuiI, liuUville, New
Turk. Ikirt u, I'ulimlolulila, llnltlmor.-,
Wa-lunnMiu, aud all ua'l.-ru poinu, tvtuvi
hour, lii advance auy other mute.
I.xur-M train make coutn cilon at rjdo
rad'rllb m. UiuIk uud Soutbeastern tall
wav lor SU Lmil, lt. Veruou (lllinoli.).
Htiawnvetown aii'd all olnm Uelnecn KlUo
ra In and M Loui-
.i Vnrri. i! tv luulcea clone connvctloti
f.ir'lnlne -lil, Uuek Ulaiid, and uli point-
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mi ,inimn,'iu oi. iiuii'.ip ouuvuvp.vim
w' aiin mil 3 'U:
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.li r mi jml Nnli i I" nilwuy .lue, lor Ml
V. rhon llri'tln. Kviiii'Vill", Henderson
( o.tu k), anlll ('IVliiieMe ). und ai
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iiaiiiuii t'iaW,
I li. Tin. mi li t .i.ui-..
Mini, n.iritira-t. u In. ii S unit'
t 'in.
Wf i tirr. lair.
Uiklinum ii muT.lUti lit H Luui. t'
dea"'r.
niiiiiiiuui tFmjH-ratiiri-, V4 imiii- '
drKTeir
ltflltn lnd l.-i -it lump.. W' t.
Tntal liutubrrot mlio wind trai-llrd. Ii
U liuiii If J.
KtlWIN lliHI SI. llli.rMrl.
It i ."H.'UU hli, i. in f iv r. auu u
Jr old bourhuu wbliki.) tub- ' undil
at the Crystal saloon, (.orDnroli.iU.itr.i
and Commercial avenue
bTX0ALA & I im:
6-26 lm Propiielnrt
Hark lor tbe Cairo, Arkams and Ten.
railroad, atartlnfj Imm While & Oner
t ire, corner ol 8UU1 street aud Ohio leu-. .
rtinaa follow;
Lcava at 8 "'
.. , 4p.n.
Arrive In city at lt)H.m
M OpjS.
Mtf
.lull.N J11 I Klib, AgvuU
CUEAl' UOAHUl.SU.
Macular boarders at the European hotel
Barry Walker proprietor, receive board tt
the rate of 920 per month. b-llMI
KSVKUtVKi.
Fine white; lof(le and double X nmtn-r
sdnirl and double X Canary, ben quality ol
saanllla, blue letter, etc., etc. 00,000 foi
ale, prlotd at i 60 to per tbouktnd,
t tbo Put I.KTIN OKVIce.
ICE CUKAP.tiAl.OUN.
Ai wans weather Is ppr acblDg tbe
lovtra ol toe cream will be gUd u trn that
Meaar. 8asspCUrkou have fitted up and
ffuraiabed, la elegant style, their let creuui
Mlltrs, Tnalr Baanmotb soda fountain li.
kkMlUt U runnln; order, and Dotting
'-- -" k- .atmhll.hm.nt to OUlVe
lata DkMMtf m4 oooiort of their patxosi
TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Subscribe to the Daily Bullztih,
hvo la tbe qlty, will, until further
notice, pay to Mr. Charles Lamo, or ray
elf, weekly, the amount, due for their
piper commencing Monday last, July
Bubtcrlbcra who with to avail them
selves) ol tbo discount allowed on yearly
Subscriptions,
TAtD IN ADVANCE
Must como to tho office and lottle
in accordance with tnibl shed ttrms.
Until they do so.payraont will borequlrid
f them WK.'kly at 25 centi per week,
II. A. Durnstt, Business Manager.
UivKVll'IKS.
Joe Arnold ha upenod a saloon and
billiard hall in Denver.
Fu'.l itock ladles hat at less than era
third their vuluo, at nartman's. 710 tf
Jim Mallory has roturned from St.
tjuls. Ho report business a dull in St.
Inuls as it Is here.
Thetttwboai Koys'.one left yesterday
M inphls. tibe had four bargos of
,i . nil four of mlt.
- tt list 6 emancipation day it
r t hmii hat on our colored pop
ailni propose to do about it?
1 1.. tuwboat Orey Hound, with
f f I for W, U Brown, arrived at
. S.th ib ve this city, last night.
H kin (of sun pictures at J.Schleiinp
K ill h gtreot, between Washlnclon
II' rnrniTfUl nvnnucs. 7-10tf.
Ti. h- mh meat la tbo city are to
f.iiinil hi K ii it. n', corner Twontleth
r.. ninl O-.iirn mini avenuo. 7-16-tf.
Ol u f'u j m, porcelain lined, glass
' l"'l l 'I IIIHIl'f,
7-IC if-
IJ dirpvil n of tho city courcll a new
i inii h n br. ii piuced Id tho drive well a'
h c.irncf uf Eleventh etreot and Cnm
nerclnl avonue.
- Tin t.iwboet Raven artlvod here on
V..iliiodny night with a tnw of salt fm
UlliiUy Bros Oho loft yesterday with
iiri: linrgea of iron, one for. Middlofort.
I'linioruphs and other pictures at J
'.hl.-nltiif r', Eighth street, bolwom
V'nhliii;ti)n and Commercial avenues.
7-lo.f
A Kui'd mt of rooms to let, sultnbl
ir 1'itbnr nlOces or li'p'ng ronnu. Kh
(iiir- . f JJlliot Jfc Uattuuun.
7-18 Jt
If ynu want an xtr good steak r
unit ol benf, mutton, vi-al or pork, go i
in. Kyoaiion'i, coruef Twentlntb itri
i.d C"inrourciitUvenue 7 lo-ll'.
All bawgnyo In ft at tlm Cuiiiun-rc'h
1 tel, nut claimed be ore the 18ib duly
iil 1 be uld at public auction
7-13-Ct MRS M.J White.
Antrim has the fln.-st and largeal as
" irtment of tiunk, valise and bay
vor brought to lb it city. Tbe i-mlri.
on to Colorado will bear this in mind
7-19-lt.
t'tio tomc.v ) ,hn Oilmoro at
Vrd at tlila p.irt )u4leidny with f.iu
nr(H uf coal and cuku roix-d Bhu wil
ko unit-half of It to St Louis am.
lien return fur tho other bnlf.
Billy William has a coon. 11
'I'lUgbi it yrtmrtlny from a Kontuckiai
or tbe round sum of fifty cent.i. I
ilayed a dirty trick on bim and ho nou
tier it fur alu ai n sacrifice.
Tbe "Fearlois," wliii b went to Oraml
rower with two ban) of coal, returnul
y.tnriliy. She will stay hern until tin-
Irunsidei arrives, and will then go to S .
L'luis with a low of merchandisM.
Loht. City orders No. C092. $12 30
md 1181, $ 9 13, both of thn new eeru.
V reautinblo reward will be paid tbe
ilnder by leaving.thum at this office.
7-1(1 3t
Jim. Kynuton's is tbo place to bux
vour fresh uiuau The nicest, freshest beet,
veal, mutt'jn and porR In the city is to b
mnd at bl shop, corner Twentieth
rent and Commercial avenuo. 7-lC-tf.
-Gents' half bote, Go cents a dozen, nt
ii 1 man's. 7-1G tf
J U Clark, Chicago; J M Hualy.
0. hi (i. inn; R S Hood, Or oat Iuturnn
im uircus; J C Brant, O. A. and T. I!,
ii V ui Smkos, St. Louis; M. Fit's
' i i iin, Illinois, and D Oroun, Evat.
v ' , J diana, wore reulsiomd at tho St.
O1 . ltd ttturday.
1. FiUy rtld at his rooms, corner
r' u 'ii. .triet and Commercial uvo-j.-,
. Ii' r lor eulo Guinness' l'orter &
. . -.i a. a , uro Ueii(u-y brandy,
.1 ib fcj-. Linu .vegusturo bitturs, all
. i-ilu i-iioi. ra cures. Try them
7-17 tf
O.i Ihur .' y Ul a email boy mad
nip' in M'p" p'late the contents of tbi
t d - in the store of ilr. J. I).
1 d at the i-.irnur of Tenth street and
J jiu levin. Tl-o little rascal was di.cov.
re. .11 in . attempt lie it too young to
it' ' bn penally of tlio law for tho of-
I fHS5.
J m Allen who has been deputized
y lu L'hiul of police to shoot dogt upon
' iich uiti have not been faid, says tbe
am too abitrp for him. Every cur in
ili city knu him, and can smull bin.
l dl.uuce of tbreu block. Jimtolnk
i if uf in, nire ura as d"g ilajer, aim
tll band in bis resignation,
i'miK'. ibiead Uvu cents a rponl a
IIrtman't. 7-10 tf.
c 1 ai.ny wl.hei the public to be in
f.iruird that be bat on band a stock 1 1
Iry nie d and carits as extenslvn as ai j
11 tbe Snutbwetl, and that be ii duluim
ied to sell everything at prices louu
ball hu lnWrtt. Call oil bill! to-day Kl o
vamilie goods and prices He will satlilj
y u bulb as t " quili'v and Cot.
Mr. H. M Hulun will, about the fir
of S-ptember, open a commisilon bout.
hi Oblo lutto In this city. Mr. Uule
t donn buiine'i In this city for man
years, and is kuown throughout ii- utberi
liiiniiis and the South as a thorough buo
oi mao, and a pleasant and courteou
gentleman in bis business relatione,
Onenf the new bargos blunging toth
Viiiisitsippi Vallny Transportation com--any
bas arrived at tola port and I moore
longsid tbe steamer Exporter at th
ootof Eight iirret, Col. Kerden,clerl
1 of it cospacy at tbi paint, iovltct
morohanti and hnalnai. man in taka v.
walk In that direction and examine It, as
it la one of tho larcrait rim and an extra
piece of hlp bulldinr.
All kind of Jelly nln at Hart
man'. 7-10 tf.
Col. Wood, ceneral freiebt and tass-
neoi neentof the Cairn and Vlnconne.
railroad, yesterday received a postal card
ram V 1 VII... ..m
f the L, O and L. railroad- datod Louis-
vllle, on which was pastod a nbntoeraDh
likpneti of Barclov I, wronoo .lnfnUnr.
md for whom a reward of $.001 offend.
Tho p,.stalcard answers tho purpose cf
.unh .r, .,m,ii...h tn t
- " - llIVHIVill w t a I
-Kirtl bMf.,r. )... .Ml. T.1i.
Jity coionot band wero serenading agon
tinman who resides near the corner of
Eighth street and Washington avenue.
somo porson. or persons throw (overal
oggn among them, splattering their music
books and Instrument all over. Tho
parties engaged In this rascally trick,
should If possible be apprehended, and
punished to the full extent of tho law.
Wo understand a reward will be offered
for nny knowlndgo that will lead to thoir
detection, and that if aucceiilul, the mem
ber of tho band are determined to nmko
it vory warm for thorn.
Sevoral day ago, otio of tho laborer
in the Calm extension of tbo Mississippi
Contrul railroad, took to drinking von
nard. Noarly all tbo men with whom he
was associated endeavorod to Induce him
to quit and bocomn aober, but thuir efforts
amounted to nothing. Ho continued ti
drink, and on Monday wandered away
from tbo camp, and went to one of th
wells containing tho poisonous water from
iho effects of which so many nion died sev
eral weeks ago. Of this ho drunk freelyi
and tlion went off into tho wood and laid
iown. A day or two ngu, bis bedy wn
found, fly-blown and preaentlng n sicken
mi aiipoarancc. At Inst accounts somo
.( bis follow workmen were making ar
rangemocts to give hii remain a doenn
burial.
Full sized rucsquito bar Jflfty cents a
pair, at Uariman e. 7-10 tf,
An excursion to Paduc&h on tb(
Kteamur Tyrone will bo given on Monday,
July 21, 1873. Thn ttoamer will leuveth
harf in ibis city at 8 o'clock a.m,,tind re
urn et 7 o'clock p. m Everything will l
o nrrhwe' ns to giv.i ladies and childri 1
very comfort potiblH Each family wn
pruvidi'd with a iiHt room, an 'hat n
no m'therr i'li tn-ttow thelrchildrei
way" whi rt-thi y can eUeji without b-
n; disturbed, tbey ran do so P1'
. ctsatety. Nu bquor t -"y kii'd wl
ih nllowi-H i ! oid n the boat. An ex
llent band of mutio has been engagi-u
.nd will ho in attendance. Fair tor th.
un trip 32. A general invitation 1
Her ded tn all who wish to enjoy iheni.
olves fur or.n day, tbe man g Miu-nt pron -iiing
to do everything in ibuir power I
nnke tbe occasion uno lung to be remeno
omd. 7-13-dtd.
While wa take but little very lull
-luck tu bate hall, we am da cm
nap which of ibu clubt won In lUe gam
11 ibis city on Wudnetduy last, between
bo ltiVenidct uf Mound City, and tbi
hVj pliant of Cairo, wo with to correct n
ciaieuieiit which appear in tbe Pulaski
Patriot' uf the 17th. Tbe 'Patriot' say
(ml tbe umpire, CUarles Saup,ol this city
atoa "great rnttuy decisions in favor ol
the Egyptians, and was very lenient with
,bo pitcbur, wbilu bu required tbo pitcher
if tbo Rivursido club to pitch
right duwn to rcgulatlone. 'I hi.
1. an unfair assertion, and it very far from
iruu, Mr Saup, if anything, favored the
iti viimidea moru than be did tbo Egyptian.,
.nd at for their pitcher, while ho may bu a
vry clover gentleman, and may have
ried to do his brst, there li no
one who saw the gaum i,nd is familiar
with bato ball regulations who will tn)
that ho pitched a dozen bulls during the
mtiro game. Ho tossed the ball; and had
1I10 uuiplro been as strict as ho ought to
nave boen tbo pitcher of the Riverside
would have beon compellod to comu down
to regulations or been ruled out of tbe
game altogether.
LITTLE SINS.
Charlotte Wiley and Maggio Unston
colored damsols aro not good frlonds.
Charlotte Wiley bat, according to Mag
gio Boston's story, a "mighty'' nasty
toBguo in her head, and has been lashing
it about in a manner not altogether pleas
ing to Maggie, who, if we aro to believo
all sbo says, is an nngel in dirguiio,
Maggie Boston wont allow any "nigger"
to slander her diameter, without a "fuss."
S'io will fight till Shu dies Urst, "dam' if
sho don t." Cbarlotto Wiley did slnndor
hnr cbaractor, and tbo contequonce whs
that they cmno n,ir making bash of one
mother. They wero provonted from
fighting (tout and advised to apply to
l M. Bird to adjust their difficulty. Thoy
had a trial and Charlotte Wiley was taxed
five dollar aud the "ngreeablei.'' She
crew wratby and vowed to have roerii;e
out of that "ttirncl black heifer," nnd
accordingly swore out a war
rmt against Maggie, accunmg ber
wilb having used "language calculated lu
provoke a breach nf peace." Mitigir wr
guilty alld Was alio tilled five and tile
riuitiiirigt. Tiiey w.-re even n w, and
1 int wat ail the) wanted Th.-y gav.
bir "pronu to pat" and went nwj
lilt ib'-y will b- biek again, for they
nun buve u fight before tho thing ft "m
.led."
Munroe Liwronco, alio up on acbargoof
lalnvc offeU.IVu alld abusive language, bu
ibe proof against bim wk very itiin in
'luod, tothiu tbul hi bunor i-ould not in
justice fini blm, Luwrenuo was (lit.
miitud
John Jay, an UEirgly-looklng, bull-dug
faced individual, who Bays hu It a 'c.oni
uoaver by occupation," m brought imr
urt on a cbargo of "indicent cotidui ,'
h I a mean mn and diimrved all he 01
fin of tun dollar and cutis Was bouked
to his account. Hu paid.
Thou again come Charlotte Wiley, col.
urd, and 'cual out" a warrint uaiot
J n lie Faitersonand Mollla Lewi,cbarg
ng tbtm with obicnno language. But
Charlotte could not make ber case itick -Ur
inuring wai net itr eeg aaougb, aA.
the defendant were discharged, the
cost being charged to tho account ol
charlotte Wllov.
William Fithor, colored, who claim to
be a minister of tbo gospol, uui "
lesa pretentious Christian!, occasionally
deviate from th tral:bt and narrow
Path, was boforo hi honor .Judge Bro
on a charge of aifaultlng md MrlKing
nin WutMncrlnn. l'.OV. riSHCr WBK
chawed flvo dollars and the " Usual fare,
which amountod In the aegregnioio auoui
thirteen dollars. Ho Is a particular friend
uf tu S"0 'eePeri nd
Bleeper, is always busted. Ho Misled the
court to set tbo lino nod costs down to tbe
, f.
-uf tbe gentleman on wuom0,etrr
give checks for his board, xne
court after examining tho records,
stated that that individual bud eel-
tied hit account with tbi
c .urt, and takon his buslnois to Judgo
Bird. Mr. Fisher was furnished board
and lodging for six days at tbe expanse
of tbo city.
Goorgo Robinson, for assaulting and
striking Emma Shannon, was fined
twcntv-Qvo dollars. Ho wee sont to the
calaboose for sixtoon days.
Emma Hi flu, for using offensive lan
gunge, nas fined tio dollars and tbo trim
tugs.
THE ASSKSMK.NT.
ALEXANDER COUNTY WORTH
$3,435,19'.'.
THE ASSESSED VALUE Or THE
COUNTY 500O,7M JXOKU
THAN IN 1872.
Bolow ve glva a dotalled statement ol
tho assessed value of the real and personal
property of Alasandor county for the year
1673, as returned by Assessor Uossman
will bo soen ty this showing that ibo as
tsmont us returnod for 1873, is $o00,7G'
greator tbac that of 1072.
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CITV of CAll'.O AH1 ALKXANUKR CO.
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,tgr uiiur I luwl and macataviy..
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I'ru rty ol alo a aud ratinf
n-u c 4,830
vuactiuld un office turnlturc "J iS
tnviil.ii.nl la r a tiui
.V I ut..cr prup ily . ui cuu tj .1 d, 'ii.O
a utci.01 ii, ic and nal unalba ki . Uu.ujO
i,o;
lo
7,37
,utal ton.llo
la.
.M.'a.riTUl.A.TiuH luTAL VALUKoV TA
AlILK J-aoflCllTV I.N CilX oKCAlKO
Kial . tal J.UlS.V.
nona. propttty
IM.,1
ilaul; itucki..
1IU.WA.
Total
3,SlS,li!
IN ALtXA.NDKtt CoUMV.
Ktaleitate iK.lti
1'er onal ptipei ty lol.Mv
Total .
CutlfAMlSOM.
Value of riopcriy ai H.teited 7S..
" " Mi..
3.4M.19S
, JA, 1
Iccrtaarc'valuc over 1972 too.lW
ATTENTION, ROUGH AND
READY SI
You aro hereby uoiitlud that tho ha 1
will not so open on tbo 21t in it., until 'JJ
.clock f.m.
By oriur of tho committoe of arrange
ment. , J. M. VlKHUN,
7-19-21 Chaiiman.
EXCURSION TO DENVER.
M. aid St. L Packet Company,
AUKNT'aorr.cv, Cairo, July 1, lb7d
Tbe ieoipbl and St. Louis Packet
company now offer tor talo round trip
tickets from Cairo to Donvor and roturr.
79, good Tor ulnely days from date ol
lo. Also regular tickets on alo for
Kansas Cit;, Omaha, Topoka, Lawrence,
San Franciico and all principal point
wost, and by rivor and rail to all points
south. For furthor information call at
tho company's olfico, No. 71 Ohio lovoe,
undor City National bank, Cairo, Illinois.
James Mallory, Ticket Ag'l.
Sol. A. Silver, Passenger Ag't.
7-1-tf.
KYN ASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. dames Kynaston, whose reputation (is
a butcher Is par excellent with tbe people
of this city, bas opened a new west
hop near the corner of Commercial avenuo
and I wcutleth street, next door to Mr. Pat
HurA'it grocery store. It Is a well Anown and
aciuowledged fact that Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing hla loug experience In tho meat biil
ne In this city, never offered to hit custom
era anything but tbe choicest of every ilnd
of meat. He h a good Judge of cattle, aud
buys nothing hut the youngest and attest,
und as a consequence ban the best of beef.
The punie may hit nuld ol every kind of meat
rold by blm. nlve him atrial, und our word
lor It, you villi alw:iy ho pleased, 0-18-tl
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A twn.ttury nuun mi Commercial nvo
uo near tlm curlier nf Nineteenth stronl
The bouso le foriy feet long by twenty-
two feet wldo. It contains ten rourcs and.
Kitchen, and a good ciaiurn and necss ir
ui. homes aro alluebed t it. It is well
ventilated and well adnptud lor a bui-iners
Mou.oor dwolllng. It is in u business pari
of ihu city und bat been newly painted
ind renovated inrido and out Apply lu
John Hkoakty,
Kiver Shannon House, Ohio Luvoo,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-8-lm.
SCOTT'S NEW Ull.LlARD HALL
MOW READY.
On Thursday, July 17, W. T. Scott will
open hit new building on Commercial av.
enuo. A tplendid free lunch will be
spread at lo o'clock in tho foronoon, nnd
a grtnd ball will bo given at night, to
which all til old friends and custumer
are respectfully invited. Hobat purchased
a largo stuck of fino win' and liquors,
and loviui hi frisndi to call around and
sjfls ibia. 61
NOTICE OP REMOVAL.
Mcssr. R. Hinvtho & Co.. Intend re-
ovlna their entire stock of goods from
their old stand, on the Ohio levee, to tho
one occupied by tbeta at tho corner of
in. toenlh and Commercial aronue, nav.
g met with a success In their new store
fr beyond their most tangulno expecta
tions, they have concluded to consolidate(
for tbe present at loa:t, tholr busineM
n tbo meantimo their store bouse on the
luvoo will bo clven a thtiruui;h overhaul
ing and placed in porfoct repair. Thank-
tbe public for past lavurs they rc-puct-
ily solicit a continuance of tn eaiiie.
18tf
NEW FIRST-CLASS BARBER
SHOP. MuHcnryKou& Co.. of New Orleant,
have come to tbi city to stay, and have
lilted up a Urst class barber-shop on Com
mercial avenue in tbe roo.n next to Han
non' book ttore, lately occuplod by Stu
rt Jc ubolton as a dry good (tore. The
workmen are all first-class and are pri
arcd to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc., in
the very latest styles. All tbey ask Is a
rial. They respectfully solicit a fharc ol
public patronage. McUbnby Rob & Co,
7-16-tf
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A raro chance Is offered to somo man
with monoy to Invest In good puylo).
proporty in tho mot desirable part of th
city. Two lots, &0 feet front on tbe ave
nue, bouso 3 sturles. Two large store-
can be fitted up on tho first floor, tba ui
per etorie are well arranged (or oQccs 01
Iwollings. For further particulars on
quire Of Jolia U. 11 ARM AH X CO.,
U-4-tr Itcal bslalu Agcnu, Cairo, ill
THE UAHBKit.
Cue. Helm, Sixth street, near Ohio levee
has luit bid out a considerable sum oi
money in repainting, papering, and In everj
ay repairing bis barber shop, and his I
now one of the nicest, if not the nicest ton-
nurlal establishment In Cuiio. ilelm em
ploys nono but Urst-cIaiM wo'kmcu lu hi-
idiop, and wo venture to say the two younk
men who now bold rttuutlons there, caniiu.
he excelled In their calling by nny olbei
harbor or barbers In tbe city. Try them.
0-17-tt
NOTICE.
Orricc Csixo anij ir Louis 1! 2t. Co. 1
Cairo, Ills., July 17, lb73.
A meeting of tho directors of this con
unnv will be hold on Wednesday, the '.'3u
instant, at 10 o'clock a m., at tbo ufUco
Messrs. H. R. Payton & Co., Nu. 301 Nurt
Fifth street, in the city of St. Luuis, Mir
touri, 8. Staats Taylor, Presidebl.
FOR RE. NT.
1 will rent my homo on Ninth strep',
ntween Walnut and Cedar, with furni
uro or otherwise. Tbe bouse contali i
dve good rooms, good closets, a gooi
intern, and has cnmfurtablo yard room,
good wood-house, washroom, etc.
nplv at Illiuois Central ticket offlce.
7 l'Jlw. JJIK U bUILDuX.
EST RAY NOTICE.
Taken uy v.y uu uuawignua in 'Xny
Inrsvlllo, on Wednesday July 10th, a ye
low and white cow, crumpled horn, bear
shaped, and white in forehead. Has
calf. Tho owner can have tho cow ano
i-alf by proving proporty and paying ex
pontes. a. u. Iikvnahv.
July 17, 1873.
NEW OOODS.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Klghth street, betweci
Commercial and Washington avonuex, lm
ust opened out a stock of new and fashlun
ihle millinery goods. She has one hundre.
md fifty dlflerent ntyleaof bsU and bonnet
ncslde large u-mortinent ol ribbons, (low
rauuu notloiinol all url, all of which wl
oe sold at the lowest prices.
NOTICE.
Widow Allen will hold a ball on Satur
luy evening tbo 19th, at tho corner ol
Nineteenth and Poplar. Sho is n deserv
ing woman and we bopo all will tako h
ticket only fifty cents. 7-18-31.
FOR c ALE.
A fine lot for n reildnnre: Lot 14, block
18, first addition. Prico S200 cash. A
ply to Albx. U. lRvi:f.
7-19-Ct
Summer Attention to tho
trade. Having a large selec
tion of handsome white good."
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 figures and designs; em-
broidereis in large assort
ments ; white trimmings in
largo assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome pattorns ;
have in store a very complete,
largo and seasonable assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
0. IIanny.
Y. S. Pleaao call, no trou
ble to show goods. 0-28 tf
You can buy six
and ouo-hulf lbs. Durant'a
A Cotl'oo Sugar tor Ono Dol
lar; Soven lbs. Now Orleans
rtugar fur One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar; Beat
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Beat Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
YounorTlvsonand Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar Der Dound. and ev
erything proportionately cheap
SA Hi RAM BIXBT
THE VIENNA
J. BURGER,
Of Cairo, in tho lead, and offering lilt entire Block of
SUMMER GOODS AT COST
His stock conibdn lu part of
GRENADINES,
MAitSAlLLES, LINENS,
OilUANDIES, P1CQUES,
SUITINGS, ETC., ETC
11 will aviso a:ll all other goods In proportion u ;
GEBATI'Y PEICBS:
turtle rni'ticcfully solicit xu esimluatlou ol bis stack, feeliiv 3'Urod that r.oas b:t'.cr
can hu louiid lu the ilty.
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
AT COST.
ON AND
I will sell my
Dry Goods
AT ACTUAL COST
A I t.a determined to close out my present business as soon aspcislble.
N. B. TO AVOID A Ms MI TAKES HEREAFTER. THIS STOCK
WILL liE HOLD STIIWTLY Foil
July 5, 18".!.
DISINFECTANTS :
COPPERAS
C A It 13 O LATE OF
PERMANGANATE O F POTASH,,
CARBOLIC ACID POWDER,
CHLORIDE OF LIME
2TO.R Sjvr,E AT XiOW PRICES
AT
BAECLAY
ERUGGISTS
COUNElt WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGHTH STREET.
Itf'O. 7-i OHIO LliVBE
1-lB-tf
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
CAIIO,
-l-
mmml I
Tho Saint Charles Is well and vvldtly kcownVs the leadlcs tnd
LARGEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And In nil the appointments of a Urat-cla bouse, baa no compctlor In Cairo, and nn nn..
rlor in the tiite oulMde ol i.'hli ugo.
Partiea wlpblnir to i nage In the hotel hu -
imn-ii i-e tue enure iiropiTiy. or nin-iiiini
ciuiiing lun nureiiuu buuu nui, u very
lueuts. AUdreis:
Or O. W. COCHRAN,
ii l'erdldo street, flew Orleans.
DLEW1LD MILLS
Corccr nf Twenty
1 andublol.1
sacond 'itreot
,vee. I
M. D. Gt'NTKR,
I'AorhiBTon.
CHOICE STEAM-DRIED COUN MEAL
In lota to sulftho trade,
rvtauitoUtitad. 7-1 In
The aaiui i.uariei nuui in me mo-i soun aiM hub-tantlal manner of brick end Irou. Is
luur-turlea In height. excliHve ol lmi-m, nt and mile, ba n irontairo ol I ulecton the
diio river, ISA lee! on ti.-ennd Mri-el anda wing l.r culinary purno-es -.Inln thorouhr"l a It
and will comfortably aei-ommoda e iflxj tUt-M. b now doing u lino puylnif bualneaa wl ,b
will be largely liieruo.ed dm ng the prenei yi-nr hy tin- uw rallrosaa novv.bi-lug built Into
Halro. and whoso di-potn will lie In c use nrox m tv to tin. Imu.P w
EXPOSITION.
LAWNS,
AFTER
entire 3tuck of
and Carpets
U
R li. CUNNINGHAM.
BROJIO C II L O K A L U M
LIME
POWDERED CHARCOAL
BROTH
e:
A.ND-
M at
1I131CIE.
,-
1
'
lneai h.ive cow un excellent ouDorturitv to
interoit with liiaiiRgcmi-nt of the busltien.-.. In.
XUasV.KU'n
rcaioiiauie terms, at low nVurci. and eiuv nv.
"
JEWETT WILCOX,
Cara o? Tlfknnr A Co.. ST T lltTln
A BOOK rOR THE MILLION'
in i
m
A PrlvMlafoaaaelor gj tbeMnrrled
or IboM about la Mtrrjr, on lb Pnjaloloji,
JtrlMaad rtTtlatluBtiiniistiualii,mi ,,
Ittail dlacavarl.a In firorflieiDf aud Ur..nl..
. ami it
raatln-'a-grk ( two h0 I ....
lit Papa, with numarout wfnTintt, anj cootaint
faiUbla IDlCnntllOO urio.7-Omrrl.dnr
coattaplau oarrltnl simUUabookUiaou.a
lo U nodar lack anTkt; svaal Bel Uid TflSPiH
about the boqtt.
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