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ILLINOIS CENTRAL K R
IM mi KlirMt Konlfl
MO OUANOK OF CABS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OH CHICAGO
ONLY OKB CHANGE OF OAKS
DM uAIKU l-O
ClMrlaod, Ni4r Kl
'Boston n.1 ill f'lnl .
CllSSSi! d ,'0'" au,t)
bills also the ill) "'" '' "
'lMiot. ttiioo, . p ;:.
)umT Uubuqu., i 'J.
oh. nJ Ul pom1 oorthsl.
Klutf.nt Drawing Room Sleeping tV
On all Night Trains.
BafSM Checked iosJI Important point.
Foi tickis al .ulorroti-.o, ppl ' C. ' ft
dttnil I atro: on tord m tran.il steamer I
JJK i.ui .w. "nd Cairo, and .t lM';l
,iha. tkl.lofflc.. thr,;.iKi.u th "
A. aitcHtiL. Osn'l nup'i. !hlCMo.
J. JOHNSON Ag't. Cairo.
r . r ,1 train, nn imiiol- Central
.v...,.,.. ttmo 1 iilav r'rotti aii'l alter 4:10
p. m. to-day trains will ruu as lollows. :
Mull, except Sunday
Mall, dally except Similar
. , . dill) 4. Ml
RAILROAD llilK TABLE.
CAtno. auksias"anu tkxas u. It.
On and alter Mutidav, June 1T3. train
will run daily, eicept .-uiiday. bctwcin
Gre-nrjeld's landln- and slkcstun, stutt
county, Jllssou I. a lollowa :
Leave areetitield' lO.ol a.m. and ) p.m
Arrive " HiW " " '
Charleston 10:PI " " '
Mkestuii T. 10 p.m. WJti
THE CAIRO AND VIXCESNKS
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM. 0A1H0
fnlnnatl. Imll UUIKjlll. Toledo.
Ileirolt, Cleveland, NUgri Full,
Hudalo, J'Jit-I.urr. -t.ingiou,
Daltiuiure, i'lillidi-lpila, .Now lorii.
iJj,tOD and ull Ki-lt'ni I'olulr,
CHANGE OF TI ME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1. 1S73, train.
will run at iollo vvb :
G'ltngnortti leaves i.alroat 1:00 a.m.
QotUi toalli arrl.en at t'aliout ... ;i:W p.m.
Leivn Cairo at ...jlAt4.ni. and 0:00 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo at sM a.iu. and 1:24 p.m,
TlieexpreM train north arrlw-a at Vln
cenn at U:20 p.m., making direct eoiinuc
Xiuu at ll-M-i i. m ,vsllti Hie ludl.inuiuli9 an
Vluceuuo rullr.ud lr luiutMp'dla, the
great rallroai crntre, Iruui uliiuU pulnt
txal . are delurliUj,' at U hour.-, lur all
voiuulni e United -ta en inH.aoadu. At
'i top.iu. Hiln lilt) taniH( and Craw,
i Mhlr ullruid, lor Utra Haute, ludl
nl ChlciKo, Uainlllu and ull pulntv
nurtli, la the terra lUuie h.u-ille and
Cniuu0 rallroa I, and cj.-I Ia the Vundalla
Hue, nd ludlaiiipulis and St. Loulr railroad.
At l:V p m M'ltU the Ullio .tlld MIU-lpil
railroad, lur Ciuelnuatl, oilUkillv, ulld all
puinti eait, la (.Inelnnall.
I'auieoceiiKoln.' y ttiU route ar placed
In iidUnipulit.ciiK'iuuatl, l.ulKllle. .Sew
York, lio-t n, 1'nludelplila, llaltliuort',
W.hin,'tou, au J all ea-U ru po lit-, lu e
bour In adtaiice nt any oilier mute.
Lx(irrM train raakea conn ciluii at l.ldo.
radJ witU at. L.uul and SonllieaFlt-ril all-
Waj.lor at. Iaiui-, tit, Vernou (llilnol-j,
bhiwuettown and all ioini lietrteeli Eldo
rado iud at Louis,
At Norn U ty make- clo-c conuuctinn
for IprliiK .eld, Hock l-Uud, and .ill puiiito
en -pmuti Id and llliuoin souilicasteru rail
Wij tad cun rrtiou-.
AtCaiml lili at, i.oui-, K uti lile, ll' ii-oer-on
ud .Sa-nvllle railwa) ,lne, lor Ml.
tcrLun (ludUiai Kau-Mll, llenderroii
(hnitu. k)), ,Nahllll ( IVuuisnj ), uud ud
pnut on su I, , t. , 11. and N. lulluay and
IWwe checked to all Important point-.
kS'ur tickets an lutoriiuti hi ppl) at
th iicket offlce, corner euiU idrett and
v.ouiiui-rcll ascuui, Cairo, li tuul.
Jo. Lit, uii't Lllaa U. Wool).
O n I'n-x'r una Ticket Ag't
d. r. isvK.NttbK, Aijcul, Cairo.
LOCAL WEAIIII It ItKI'OII I.
u. a. aio. skk., uhhkkvkk'b iirrw.K, I
Caihii, July 19, IbTJ, 10:11 p.m. J
Thi rjiomriei &j decreet.
-iuo, uonut:a.t, cloclty a mllei pet
Maximum Utnperaturr la-i 21 hour,
Minimum temperature, lm 21 hour, &
I'revalllni! wind lan 21 uour. nortliweft.
Total number ot miles wind traelld, larl
11 hours, i3J.
KliwiN UaklaM). Olienei.
Beit Scotch ale, slum porr, utid eight
year old bourbon wbitkay iob found onij
at the O'ystal saloon, corner of Siilb sireei
and Commercial avenue
bi CA0 ALA V I. ASK,
6-'2& lm Proprieiuis.
Hacks lor the Cairo, Arkubras and Texu
rallrond. starting Irom White A liner's
ti .re, corner ol blxlb street and Ohio letee
run as Iollo" s:
Leave at 8 ,m
Arrive In city at Vv-a
m ii op.m
if John Mkykkh, Agent.
Uegular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board t
the rat ol 1 l'T m 'Mli 6-10-tf
Fine white : single and double X amber
rinxle and double X Cmiarj, best quality ol
Manilla, blue letter, etc., etc. b0, lor
ale, printed al 3 50 to U U) per thousand,
at the lint i.ktiv OrFiCk.
Ai warm weather U approachlni; the
lovers ol le ere am will be glad to learn that
Messrs. Haup A Clarkwu have tilted up and
refuruUbed, In elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda lountalu i,kt
oltv bM put la running order, and nothing
la wutlll boUt Ue esUbllshment to make
tkc Blisjra svail oouuort of their Jpairooi
Mnlncrlbr to tlie iiAlLY HCLLETtX,
who live Jn Uie city, will, until further
nollco, pay to Mr. Clmfle. Lanio, or tnj-
elf, weekly, tho amount, due for tltolr
paper commencing .tionuay iam, .liny
12. Snbcribor who wl.b to rvhII thorn-
lelvri ol tho dlicount allowed on ycarlj
PAID l.V ADVANCE
Muit come to tho ollico and tottlc
in nccordanco with published ti-rms
Until they do so.pHVinotil will be required
f them wi-i'kly nt iift cents per week.
K, A. HuitSKTT, Iluslnos Mann);er.
SaiU rlobot.s very cheap Kt S'urt A
Qhol-on't. 7 20 1
Fu.l (tock ladles hats at less than ohm
third their VuIuh, nt inrtliinii'a. 7 Id if
Uapt. 1). Ilurd iiror for tale torn.
valuable propurty, In bis card In atiolhoi
TIih tentun of mad dogs is nt hand
ind pr"iite ihnutd ! can ful that tbf r
uhlldirn ate kep within doors.
S'ott (Ian reopi'iicj Iii saloon and bi
Urd hall, and now llvuly tliou.i m be
eapecli'd in thai ludbhorliuod.
All Kinds ol sun pictures at J. Schleltip-
rs, r.U'UUi ttriH-l, lielweoti Wa-hlniot
and Cnnniurclal avenues. 7-l0if.
llandkorchlufs, collar, tlei, laces, rib
hon, trWamitics, etc., cheap nt .Stuart &
Oiiiiitnh . 7.20 It
Tho best freb meats in the city are t
m found nt Kynnal'-n's, corner Twontletl
i red and Cominxrcinl avi-nuo. 7-ltJ.tf.
Glass Iruiljirs, porculaiti ltued, glas.
lopped Hi llattmuti's.
7-1 C If
l'hotographi and other pictures at J
!ohlilui;er'(, Ellthth street, betwoel
Washington and Coinuierclal avenues.
A good suit of rooms to let, sultnbtt
Jor either otllces or sleeping rooms. Kn
qulr- i.f Elliot & IIaytuuiik
Mr. J. II. Sheldon nffrs his home ot.
Ninth street for rent. It is one of tb
most pleas nt places In the city, and can
bo bad on very reasonable terms.
Can't Cairo organize a base ball club
that can wax tbo Kivvrtidis? Sho cer
lainiy can, ana too lovers or the game
should loose no time In doing so.
if you' want an extra good steak or
roait of beef, mutton, veal or pork, go to
Jai. Kvniiilon's, corner Twentieth street
and Commercial avenue. 7-lC-tf.
A wagon load of ttrw belongini; to
a nuniuchy jarmer, was upset while as
tending the levee from the ferrvb.
damage, further than tbo trouble of re
loading the straw, was done.
Sow prints, very attractive, this week
at Stuart & GholsM'. 7-L'0-lt
Her. Ol arles A. Gilbert, tho now
pastor of the Church of tho Itedeemer, Hr
rived hero on the 4 o'clock train yester
day nfluruuon. llu will conduct di'Votion-
al services at lliu usual hour to-duy.
Jim. Kynastotis is the place to bttv
your fresh meat. The nicest, freshest heel,
veal, mutfju and pork In the city is to be
round at his hop, corner Twentieth
street and Commercial avenuo. 7-16-tf.
The regular quarterly mooting of th's
charge of tho .Methodist church is now in
scsss'on ut iIih M B. Uburch in this cU'
Ider (J. V. Grant and several other
wull-kriown ministers are in ntlundance.
A number of new h'ucs aro now it
course ot erection tn tho Fourth and Ftlili
wards. Mrs. Hnback's now brick ret-
dence, on the corner of Twoi ly-second
and Walnut streets, is utmost readv to
Clark's thread five cents a spool at
Uarttnan's. 7-IC tf
l'hil. Howard's sorrel mare, one of th.
best horses in the city, died a few dl
igo. A week or tun dy ago, while cross
tug the .iduwtlk'on Tenth stret-t, she fell,
nd in filing nceivid such injuries as li
ctusx her death.
To-umrrow morning tho sloatner Ty-
(inn will go I'icnicins: She will leave
the f. ot of Eighth street at 8 o'clock a u .
id return ut i o clock in the oveniii:.
lhnTriie .iltinpal all the landings
etwecn Cairo tid 1'uducab,
Wsi have, had a ride buhlod Mr "A
J Carlo's twifi trotting bor-o, "acotlie.'
i;rlo Is a good horsetn sti. and wboii t c
tins a ko.kI horse hi knows it. Thoro ii
no doubl bill that bis Qoo sorrel is one
-nu l est horses in Southern Illinois.
Linen lulls and fniis, half price, at
a oari V tiUoison s, i-au ii
Uuti llartmati offers for sale bis tit
spring wagon. Ills suitable lor either
inlllllv Urn or a delivers u agon, and can
On bought al a bargain. Any otin .deslr
mg a wagon ol ibis kind should call upo
him and learn his terms. 7-19 if
St Mary s prk is l.cc 'tiling a proim
neiii resort for ihooi of our citizens who
rc fortunate enough to own a horse and
tiuiriv. Eviirv evening the park is tilled
wtl carrUges. Tlmdriv.t am in excel
lent condition, and are being made uiu ot.
Uunis' half bote, Gi cents a dozn, nt
ilitriinan't. 7-10 tf
Tim special term of the county court
hflld Hid nrly purl of tho wsk, did not
adjourn until the time for holding tho
r ..ular term, as as slated in the OaII.Y
Ul'LLtvriK a day or two sllioo. It will
meet agam on the second or third Monday
The third victim was a colored min
by the name of Thomas JeU'crton John
son. He nal b'ioii drunk and was sorry
for it, and promised not to do It any more
It the court would touch him lightly this
tiino. Three days in tho calaboose was
The county court at tho recent icsilon
refused to appropriate funds for the main
1 1. nance of a normal school In this city
Judu Uross and bii associates, March!!
don and McCrite, aru ot the opinion that
thu county has no funds to expend in that
way Jut now.
Within lbs next few dajs Mr. Jack
Winter will commence the erection o,
two now hutlticrs bouses on tho vacant
lots on Eighth Uriel, next to Mr i'uti r
NelTs building. They are to be built ot
brick, two storiei hlh, and finished in
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY
Mr. A. J. Oarla has one of the bot
livery stables in this part of the country.
If you want to take a ride behind a fast
but gentlo horse, by all means go to
Carle's. Ho has good horseJ, good bug
gies; and reasonable rates. Ho is also pre
pared to take a fuw more boarding horses.
Your horses under hl care will- bo better
ttken care of than by yourself.
In our pjlico court of Saturdai
morning wo stated that Mrs. Anna Hitler,
for using offensive language, had been
lined &. This wr, a mistake. She whi
li-mlssed thoro being no proof thnt sle
ad committed tiny offense for which she
ught to bo fliied.
Embroideries, cboapest In the city at
Stuart & GIioImiii's. 7 2u-tl
There will b a meeting of thu dine-
tors ot the Cairo and St L"ul railroad on
Wednesday next, .1 illy 23, at ll o'clm k
a.m., In the cltv of St. I. mil-, at the flice
I Messrs. H. R. Py,n & Co., No, .04
Norih rifih street. Business of Imp. r
litico will be transacted.
Stuart & Uhol-on aro offering bar-
xaltis in every department this woek.
neir stock of rummer goods must b
loed out to make room for their fnl
uck, Customers can d petid upon get
ling tbo lowest price which this market
iflords. 7."o It
Uie Illinois Central railroad bss
Minplited the work of widening tho leve
between Twentieth street ant tho yellow
varuhou-e, and has laiit down two add
tlonal side tracks oxlondlne tho entire
Irtiig'h of the till. Four tracks now o
copy this portion ol the lovee.
All kinds of Jelly glasses at Hart
nan's. 7-ic if.
nr.. . ...
i . rt'zgeraid nt ins rooms, cornel
Fourteenth street and Commercial uvi
uue, olT, rs lor sale Guinness' Porter
liiiss ales and pure Hennessy brand)
nd til gt'tiulne Asgosiure bitters, al
tlrst- dais cholera cures. Trv then
Ladles when out shopping will find i
to tbeir advantugo to look through Stu
vt Gholsou s stock before purchhsitti.
They show their customers every courtesi
md will taku pleasure In showing goods ti
heir customers whether they desiro
buy or not. 7-20-lt
Nearly all tho railroad officials hav
received photographs of Barclay Law
rence, the Louisville defaulter.
Lawrcnco has been a freight clerk the u
ihorities nt Louisville believe bo will
apply for like employment at somo otbt
point. A reward of f60 Is offered ftr
A St. Louis paper iav bo agent
P. T. Brnum is u in that city msk
inn arrangements lor n.irnum s groit
circus, museum and menagerie to exhibit
there; and that as soon as ho has com
pleted hi business in that city ho vVill
come to Cairo, where the show will e'xhll
it after leaving St. Louis.
Mr. Winter is thinking seriously of
opening bis gallery only three days each
week to thu public in order to give hlmtelt
in opportunity to finish some of the work
alrcady ordered. His gallery is now dallv
o thronged with visitors and picture hunt
t'rs that ho has nut had an hour to devote
to painting in the last week.
O. ilanny wishes the public to bo in
formed that he has on hand a stock of
dry goods and carpets as extensive ns anj
ii tbo Southwest, and that ho Is deterrn
ined to sell everything at prices lower
than tho lowest. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. He will satis!)
you both as to quall'y and cost.
Mr G lorbell Boden is prepared t
give instruction in tho ulemontary princt
e of music, in thorough ba-s and bar
mony, either in private lotions or classes.
Mr. Hud en may bo found at Hannon's bool
-tore, on Oiimmurcial urenue, whero al
information in regard to terms, otc , wl.l
i furnished 7-20-lf
Dr. LiVarty, bomoeopathist phjsi
an, late of Sbawneelown, has located In
t'ii city, and intends making It his hon e.
The doctor comes to Cairo well reom
mended and n l'iirs to the oQicers of the
First National bank of Hhawn-etown, to
hom ho is well known, having practiced
his profession amorii; them for years, II-
-ulicits a fair sharo of thu patronairo o
K tr citizens. 7-'J0-lf
Is thero no way tn get rid of tin
housund and one worthless curs tba
rom the streets of th city, barking and
napping at every pasier-by ? The tax
as tiy-u paid on most of them, a fact that
uts off tlm right of the city marshal t
hoot them, but Is thero n it somo way bv
which their owners call bo compelled ti
HBeptbem off the streets? For our par'
ve propose in carry "Howl zer, 'and pu
t period to the career any of them that
tuny intercept our valuable person
I " i.l snod mosquito bars fifty cents
piir, al llariraati's. 7-10 tf.
Cars on the Cairo, Arkansas and
Texas railroad now run as far as Bloom
Q -Id, a distance of fifty miles from Green
tfool , landing. Tne Hist train fur Bloom-
Hull lelt the landing at lour o'clock yes
urdy afternoon, and It- departure wa-
witnessed by a number of thu citiZ"DS ol
Cairo There remain only about thirty
mil" uwruot the road to bs built to com
plete thu road from Cairo to Little Il-.ck
Tins link would have been finished by the
first day of July but owing to the fact
tift many of the laborers on the work
hve.hun sick with chills and fever, i
wi'l be about the Kith of August before
ihu last rail will be laid.
An excursion to I'ulucab on the
sleamur Tyrone will be given on Monday
July 21, 1873. Tho steamer will leave the
wharf in ibis c ty at H o'clock a. inland re
turn at 7 o'clock p.m. Everything will be
so arratiiioJ as to give ladles and children
every comfort possible. Each family will
bo provided with a stato room, so that in
caio mothers w'sli to "stow their children
away" whero they can sleep without bo.
ing disturbed, they can do so with pr.
lect safety. No liquor of any kind will
hu allowed to bo sold on Iheboat. An ex
cullent band of muIo has been engaged
and will bo in attendance. 1-alr for the
roun trip Si A general Invitation Is
ei let del to all who wish to enjoy ihm.
selves for ono day, the management prom
Isingtodo everything in their power f
make the occasion one long to be romum.
THE STRAIGHT PATH.
WHRRRTnti GOSPEL WILL AND
WILL NOT UK JJlaUEU UP
Tho regular quarterly meeting of this
charge of the Methodist church is now in
session at their til ace of worship in this
city. Tho opening sormon was delivered
ist uvimlm? hv Kuv. W. J. Grant, hi. v
l jeel being "The Christian Sacrifico"
Ho will preach again this morning ai
10 o'lock. Subject i "Thu Perpetuity ol
the Church." In tho evening llm subject
will be "A Plea for the Chitstiab Press "
Tho Sacrament will be administered
alter tbo evening sermon to-night. Sab-
uath school at 3 p.m.
At the Episcopal church Itev. Charier
. Gilbert, who hits been calleu
.o tell church. will olllclat.
it' the usual hours to-day. Murnlta
ervices, 1UJ a.m.; evening services 7J
OEKMAK Ll'tllKKAK CIIUKCII.
ltnv. C Dueischber will cut duct ser
vices as usual to-day. Sabbath school at
.no usual hour.
Thoro will be nu preaching at the Frr
hyierian church to-day, tho pastor, Rev
II. B. ihojcr, being absent.
No services at the Chrl-tlnn church ti
diy, the holding of the Mission sabhat
uhool having been suspended forthrie
Three "roust-abouts were before Pclbe
Ma -litrute Bird yesterday. The offeme
wis, ai usual, "drunk and disorderly."
Jobs Hogle, a big burly fellow, claim, d
t at be Was only a little top-heavy a Ml
dt 1 nit think ho should ba lined fur that
Tim best men in thu country somelimtt)
e.en tho pretident of thu Unitud State-,
occasionally took a drop too much, am
was it not natural pour roust-about
s lou'.d occasionally follow the ex
ample of such great rasn 7 Uogl
said ho tried to patlorn after great men
.in 1 if he was sj s mart us some of them he
w uld be as great as thoy ars. Tno r.auti
did not doubt tbo truth of tbls last ami-
ti in. but that did not alter the fact th t
Ujgle had been drunk and disorderly -,
.l it did not alter the other fact that it
was tbo Judge's duty to fine bim. A fine
ot 53 was booked against Hogle, and I e
vas sont to the caUik-ciu fur the space ol
Tho noxt case was that of John Henry
Hido, a devll-mu-care sort of a fel
low, who raid he uldn.t can
swap what they did with him. 11
would as soon board a lew days at th
city s expense as not. Ho had no work
and didn't want any, as long as he - ot the
city to lake caro of him. Ho was too anx
tous to go to iiiil, and was given a stay ot
execution, and warned to lenvu tbo cit
witbln onu hour, or be would bo sent u
far n longer term than be might like.
LA HUM LIST.
Dennett, Francis Bunnell, Ann Eliza
Burduu, Annie V
Lee, Betiio A,
Sauders, Mis M
Thompson, Mollie 1
uewis, Mary E
Jlortuti, Pu unia
vVallace. Mrs W
itul.urst. NN niker
-rowii. Jmes P
Coleman, J itnos
0 J L
1 aldw II, Harvey
lormuson, a ii
Oobssn, Washington Deo-.ii, V
Drury. J O
L)UZIer, Jatll'S J
.arly, V m U
Howe, D It.
Denny, O Y
English, It K
Ilanes, Tbo nai
Inskeep O ti
Junes A O
Kimble, A W
McC int ck. W M McKay, W D
Mi-Keo, Wm JVIolioy, l' o
I'ttion, ,ios pn
Moook. J T
I'almer, W SV
Itoss, J M
jvia tin Joe c.
Mar-ball. C M
Stanton, Louis E
Thomas & Harris,
Turner, I hos u
YoungstrBnd. N J
Zimmerman, V P.
EXCliUatwN TO DENVER.
M. anxi St. L. Packet Comi-aky,
,OKNT'sOrricK, Cairo, July I, le78.
The Memphis and St. Louis Packet
company now otier lor sale rounu inp
tickets from Cairo to Donvor and rottutt
), good for nil e y day from datu oi
sale. Alto regular tickets on sale tor
Kansas City. Omaha, Topeka, Lawrence,
San Francirco and all principal points
west, and by river and rail to all poinls
south. For furthor information call at
he company's otllco, No. 71 Ohio levee,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois.
James Mallory, Ticket Ag't.
Sol. A. Silver, Passenger Ag't.
A NEW FIUST.ULASS BARBER-
Mi'Hmry RoeA Co., of New Orloans,
have come to this city to stay, and havo
lilted up a first class barber-shop on Com
mercial avenue In the room next to Han
non's book store, lately occupied by Stu
art A- Gholson as a dry goods store. Tho
workmen aro all first-class and aro pre
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc., In
the very latest styles. All they ask It a
'lal They respectfully solicit a share, of
public patronngt. McLIihbt Kok & Co,
vflll toll mv residence property on Set-
"'t.hJet' bclween 1
nu natnut street, CompnsinK via iui-i
nlug through from Sixth -to STntli' street-.
with Una dwellliiK-lio'use', carriage home,
stable, well, fruit trees, grapery, etc., clc.
11 In prime condition. '
Also the Sue business stsnd, .No. n Ohio
Also 163 acres excellent fruit or faruilni
,aDU 0" the Ohio river, adjoining the tow
icuomu, l'ulaskl county, uau mi
Ono hundred acres under cultivation.
.miiuu on inn ij, aim s.
Also a tine lot, 3 J iicres. with a good fatn
uuuse tnercon, slttiattd In Villa Uldge, i.
Iieutllllul place. Well Blocked with clioln
lo iwo lots at the corner ot Third itrci i
and the levee
Also three good dravs. and three seti oi
iray uarucss; a iwo-honc wagon, neari)
new, witu double linrnesi.
Prices nnd teimi reasonable.
Caiko, July ut, 1873. I). llLTi.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
aiessrs. it. tjinyihu & Co.. intend re
moving tbclr entire stock of goods frot
nelr old stand, on tho Ohio lve, to tin
no occupiod by tbem at the cornor
H n t enlh and Commercial nvontic, hav
i ig met with a success in their new stoi-
ar beyond their mot rangulno expects
ions, they huvo cencludud to consulldalt.
tor tbo present at least, their biitinnis
In tho meantime- their stnro homo on th-
.-veo will be given a thorough overhau
ng and placed in perfect repair. Thatil
ng tho public for past tuvors they repect
f illy solicit a continuance of the same.
KYN'ATON' TO THE FROST.
Mr. James K)naston, whose reputation a
butcher Is par excellent with the peopl.
I this city, has opened a new mea
hop near the corner of Commercial avcmi
iud twentieth street, next door to Mr. I'm
furl's grocery store. It Is a well Xtiown an.
clnowledged fact that Mr. Kynaston, dut
ng bla long experience In the meat hu-i-teas
In this city, never offered to his custom
-rs anything but the choicest ol every .tin
of meat. He Is a good Judge of cattle, uti
uys nothing but the youngest and attest
,nd aa a consequence has the best of beel
The rsme may be said ol every kind of meul
old by blm. Give him atrial, and our won
lur It, you will always be ploaned. C-lS-tl
FOR SALE OR it EN' T.
A two-story bouse on Commercial ave
nue near the cornor of nineteenth street
The house Is forty feet long by twenty-
i. wo feet wide. It contains ten rooms ata
itcbon, and a good cistern and necei!ir
tut-houses are attached Ij It. Jl Is welt
ventilated and well adapted tor a butines
iouso ordwelling. It is in a business par
if the city and has been nowly palnteo
and renovated insldo and out. Atiplv t-
Itiver Shannon House, Ohio Levee
Cairo, Illinois. 7-S-lm.
SCOTT'S NEW BILLIARD HAL!
Oa Thursday, July 17, W. T. Scott will
ipon bis now building on Commercial ai-
atiuo. A splendid free lunch will b
spread at 10 o'clock In tho foronoon, and
a grand ball will bo given at night, ti
which all bis old frionds and customers
ire resimctfully invilod. He has purchased
t large stock of fine wines and liquors,
and invites bit frionds to call around and
astnplo thorn. 7-16 Ct
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
a rare cbunue is ollured to sumo mat
with money to invest in good payiuj.
property in the most deslrablu part of tb
ity. Two lots, 60 foot front on tho ave
me, house 3 stories. Two largo storei
jui bo fitted up on tho first fiuor, the u
jur stories are well arranged lor otllces ot
wollin-'s. Fur further particulars en
utre of Joii.v Q. Hahma.n & Co.,
tM-lf Real K-tnlM Agents, Cairo, III
(I nn. Helm, Sixth street, near Ohio levee
b is Just laid out a considerable sum ol
n mey In repainting, papering, and In ever)
way repairing hi harbor hhop, and bla
uuw one ol tno nicest, If not the nicest ton
-orlal establishment In Cairo, iieltn em
ploy none but ffrst-clasi workmen in hi
siiop, and we venture to say the two youn
iucu who now hold situations there, cinuui
be excelled In their calling by any othet
barber or barber In the city. Try them.
(JrncE Caiho anu -t. Louis R It
Cairo, Ills., July 17, lb"3.
A mooting of the directors of this com
pany will be huld on Wednesday, the 23d
os. unt, at 10 o'clock a m., at the office ol
Meisrs. II. R. Payton & Co., No. 304 North
Filth street, in the city of St. Louis, Mis
luurl. S. Staath Taylor, President.
I will rent my buusu on Ninth street,
b-ttween Walnut and Cedar, with furni
ture or otherwise. The house contains
five good rooms, good closets, a good
cistern, and has comfortable yard room,
a good wood-boutc, washroom, etc.
Apply at Illinois Central ticket office.
7-ltllW. JaIIEU B bllKLDuX
Mrs, Anna Laug on Klgbtb street, between
Commercial and Washington avenue, has
Usl opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery good. She hai one hundred
and fifty dlderent styles of hats and bonnets,
beside a large a?iortmeiit ol ribbons, flow
ers and notion ot all sorts, ull ol which wll
be bold ut the lowest prices.
" FOB RENT.
A cottsgo on Fifteenth street, botwoen
Washington avenuo and Walnut streets.
Fur terms, Inquire of While & C cor
ner Washington avonuo and Twentieth
A fine lot for a residenro : Lot 1-1, block
18, first addition. Prico f 300 csh. Ap
ply to Alex. H. Iryiw,
A fine cottajo. Inquire of
or I'.levrnlh mill I'opUr sts.s
Ititorms the public that he hasengsgeu tts)
service of a Flruolas Wa-,'on n.akerai.sj
also a Klrt-clas Hore shoer and i r""l
to manufacture and epairall klndj
In thin trade with npalr and dlspatco,
Of Cairo, In tho lead, nnd offering hla entire stock of
SUMMER GOODS AT COST
11H stock constit In part of
He Will ktso sell all other good In proportion a;
GBBATI.Y K2CrTJ-C33ID PBICBa:
t3Tllo re-pcctriilly ollcIt nn examination ol bla stock, feellncai-ttred that noun better
can be found In the ilty.
$30,000 WORTH OF GOODS
I will sell my entire stock of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As I am dettrtuim.! to close out toy prtiont buslneis es soon aspoisible.
N. B. TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES HEREAFTER, THIS STOCK
WILL HE SOLD STRICTLY FOR CASH.
K. If. CUNNINGHAM.
July 3, 1873.
CAK150LATE OF -
PERMANGANATE OF P O T A S II,
CARBOLIC ACID POWDER,
CHLORIDE OF LIME
FOfi S-A-TE JVT LOW PEICES
CORNKR WASHINGTON AVEN'UU AND KIUHTH STUKKT.
0STO. 74 OHIO LliVEi
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
1 1 MW!lHH!!S-4ISm
The Silnt Charlci h well snd widely knownjas tho leading and
LARGEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And In all the appointments of a llrst-chss house, has no competlor In Cairo, and no supe
rior In the -tate outside of Chicago,
The Saint Cbarle! built In the most solid nnd oulntantlsl manner of brick and Iron, Is
fourtorlu In height, excltHve of basement nnd attic, haa a Irontuge ol K0 feet on the
i Udo river, ISS leet on Serum! street and a wing lor culinary purposes; lain thorough repair
and will comfortably accommodate t!00 guests. I now doing a line paying buslne, which
will be largely Incri used during the preset year by the new railroads now being built Into
Cairo, and whose depot will he In close proximity to the houte.
Partlc wIshltiK to engage In the hotel btislncs have now an excellent opportunity to
purchase the entire property, or one-thlnl Interest with mumigcmeiit or the buslncs, In
cluding lurnlltire und good will, on very reasonable terms, at low llgure. and euay pay.
Cro of Tleknor ft Co., T. LOUIS,
41 Perdldo Street, New Orleans.
IDLE WILD MILLS
I Corner ol Tvvcntj -second street 1
I and Ohio l.cvco.
M. D. OrNTER,
CHOICE SI7:AM DRIED CORN MEAL
la lots to suit the trade,
BTOrderj soUoited. 7-1 lm
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION
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or thoss about to SUrrj, d lis Pbjpiongifl, ni)M
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latsitdlKOTsrlcrla produclasj Hi prsrsaUti btr.
sprlnf , prsMrfiDg tb eonpnaloa, o,,
This fs an I )rsllo work or two hrMraJ and
Istr mm. wllh nuDisrous agnrlats, ami codUIu
-ialoabl Inrormatlon forasi i wao r mirrisdor
conlsmpUts msrrlsisi still II Is a book list 0uU
to U nsittr lock and asjr and not laid carsltui
about tbo boos.
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