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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 li the HtsortMt Hontfl
Kifhl lletlieb(irlMt Han to
NO OUANQK OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CAK9
OM CAIRO TO
CftclBDtU, l.llanapolls. ToIJo.
Detroit. CUTDlMid, Niagara Fslls
Buffalo HtUbutK, Wwhlnctaii.
Salttmor, ,Pbllddphia, New iork,
Doilon and all points east.
Mllsraukl, Joeille. "'"'"l.
LaCroas, HI. Paul and all point north.
Iht In also the otl; dllf ct rmitr to
pacaluT. Bloomlngton, flptingeld,
Peoria, Uulnoy, Kwkuk,
tuhurtoa. Rock Islsnd, L Hall,
Nandota, inion, frMp"(,V
Salts, pubuque, Hioui Oil,
Omaha and all points northwest,
Kltgant Drawing Boom Sleeping On-
On all Night Trains.
Checked 10 all Important points.
For tlekaU and information, apply to I. C, R.K
dapot at alro; on board tne transit steamer
twsssu Oolnmbna and Cairo, and at tn prlnclp
railroad tlckat offices throughout tha south.
W. P. JOUNSON, 0n'l Pass. Ag't, Chlcaio.
a. MiTCiut, Oen'l. Bup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cnlro.
Paswenirer train 1 on tlie Illinois Central
change time tduy. From ami alter '2:40
p. in. to-day trains will mum follow :
Kxprtis, dally . . . . .4 rOfj p.Jin
Mall, except Sunday ... ,3:16 a. in
repress, ,, umo p.m.
mau, dally except Sunday . . 11:55 p. in
RAILROAD TIME TA11LE.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS 11. 11
On and after Monday, June 0, 187.1, trains
wiu ruu uauy, except nuuuay, iictwec
Greenfield' landing and Slkeston, Sco
county, Missouri, as follow :
Leave Oreenfleld'a 10:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Arrive " 0M " " MO
Charleston 10:40 " " U.10
" hlkeston 7.10 p.m. tHI tr
THE CAIRO AXD VINCENNKS
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM CAIRO
Cincinnati, Jndlanapoli, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Slugr Falls,
Buffalo, Pittsburg, Washington,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Vork.
Boston and all Eastern Point,
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1, 1S73, trains
will run as follows :
Going north leaves Cairo at 4:00 a.m.
Uoldjf foutii urle at Cairo at. . 3:10 p.m.
MOUND C1TT ACCOMMODATION.
Leaves Cairo at. ...11:30 a.m. and C;00 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo at ,b:00 a.m. and 1:25 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vlu
cennes at 12:20 p.m.. making direct connec
tion at 12:110 p.m., with the Indianapolis uud
Vlncennes railroad for Indianapolis, the
treat railroad centre, from wlilcti point
trains are departing at all hour, lor all
toluts In the United States and (Jatiadit. At
lli'-63 p.m. with the EvatisvllU und Craw
r-iusvllle railroad, for Term Haute, India-1
n spoils, Chicago, Danville uud all point
north, via the Terra Haute, Kvatisvllle ami
Chlcogo railroad, and east via the Vandalla
line, and Indianapolis and at. Loul railroad.
At 1:55 pm with the Ohio mid Mississippi
railroad, for Cincinnati, Louisville, and all
points east, via Cincinnati,
PasstngeisKolnK by this route arc placed
In Indianapolis, Cincinnati. Louisville, New
York, liONton, Philadelphia, llaltltnore,
Washington, aud all eastern points, twelve
hours in advance of any other route.
Express train makes connection at Eldo
rado with St. Louis and southeastern rail
way, tor St. Loul, Mt. Vernon (Illinois),
Shawncetown, and all poluti between Eldo
rado ana si. Louis
At morris v.ty manes cioe connection
for Suriuiftlcld. itock Ihland. and all i.olnt
on Springileld and Illinois southeastern rail-
derson and Nashville railway line, lor Mt.
ernon (Indiai.u), Evan-vlHe. Hendercon
(Kentucky), Naslitlllle (Tennessee), and nil
puiun uu ji. o., ii, anu runway auu
bwiage checked to all Important pomU.
rapWr tlekeu ami iiifnriiAiint. .n.iiv .
the ticket office, corner Seventh ctreet uud
Gen, I'ais'r and Ticket Ait'l
U. I . iiUlt.NHiDE, Agent, Cairo.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U, 9. 010, CEK., OllREKVKH'H OFFICE, 1
Canto, July 32, ib7:i, io:lt p.m. J
Thermometer "5 degrees.
mnu, cairn, velocity o mlle per
Mkxlmum temperature lau 24 hours, to
Minimum temperature, last 24 hours, CS
, , ,
24 hours, b.
Edwin (UiiiiKu, Obberver.
Best Scotch ale, stout porter, and el.ht
ytar old bourbon whiskey to be found onlv
' : ' u"UOQI
at the Crystal saloon, corner of Sixth street
and Commercial avenue.
Steaoai.a Jt Lane
C-2S lra Proprietors
nMisiruie,v.uln.ui ai.u itxu
railroad, starting from White A Orccr's
tore, corner oi oismauccu aim uuiu ic,
r"1' , 91 gam
Leave at 8 a.m.
Arrive In city at 10 a.m.
John Mkyerh, Agent.
Ktgular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
tht rate of 120 per month. HO-tf
Fine white ; tingle and double X amber
Ingle and double X Canary, best quality of
SAAtiltU, blue Utter, etc., etc. M,0o0 for
alt, printed at 13 U) to 0 CO per thousand,
at the IlULi.EiiN OrriCK,
ICE CREAM JS A LO O . .
AJ warm weather Is approaching the
Jovar ot ice cream will be glad to Uaru that
If Mil. 8UP Clarkton have fitted up and
rtfurnlabed, In elegant style, their Ice cream
ssttrion. Their mammoth soda fountain has
1(0 be)D put in running order, and uothtuii
HWMUAststboutUie etabllhment to make
lb pUaiHU and coutort of thelr'patron
The Ohio river is falling at this
The Mississippi river- Is about on a
stand at St. Louts.
-non. George V. Wall of DuQiioln is
n the :ltr attending circuit court.
John Carter, Esq., of Mound City,
was in the city yesterday afternoon,
Full stock ladles bats at less than one-
third their value, at Hartman's. 7-1 C tf
Judge Dross' police court will bo
closed for several days, as the Judge Is ab
ent at St. Louis on business,
All kinds of sun pictures at J.Schleiing-
or s, r.lghlh street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues. 7-10tf.
Tho best fresh meats in the city are to
e found at Kj naiton's, corner Twontleth
street and Commercial avenue. 7-10-tf.
Glass fruit Jars,-porcelain lined, glass
topped nt llartinan's.
The City of Chester from St. Louis
arrived at about half past five o'clock last
ovoning. Sho bad a fow passengers but a
ery light trip of freight.
Two negro women indulged In reg
ular knock-down row on Poplar street
yesterday. Iloyond a fow "right smart''
bruises no damago was done.
If you want an extra good steak or
roust of beef, mutton, veal or pork, go to
at. Kynaston'a, corner Twentieth street
and Commercial avenue. 7-lC-tf.
Mr, E. A. Burnett, business manager
of Tub Bulletin establishment, left for
Chicago yesterday afternoon. Ho will be
absont during the present week,
Business on tho river yesterday was
exceedingly dull. Not more than half a
dozen boats arrived at this norl. and
nearly all of them came in light.
Photographs and other pictures at J.
Schleslnger's, Eighth street, between
Washington and Commercial avenues
Tho Arkansas Bello from Evansvlllo,
arrrlved at two o'clock last evening, with
a modorate trip ot froight and a slim pas
senger list, bho returned about as she
The Cairo lawyers In attendance on
circuit court yesterday, were Judges Allen
nd Mulkoy, S. P. Wheoler, John M
j.ansuon, u. T. Linear, M. V. Gilbert,
H. W. Webb and P. U. Popo.
iuo -uunnock Citv." owned bv
Messrs. Walker & Nellls of this city, will
leave fur St. Louis to-day, whore she will
load for the Tennessee river. Copt. JUy
of Mound City will command hur.
All kindi of Jelly glasses at Hart.
man's. , ,
Jim. Kynaston'a is tho placs to buv
your rresh moat. The nicest, freshest beef,
veal, mutton and pork In tho citv is to be
found at his shop, corner Twentieth
street and Commercial avenue. 7-lC-tf.
It was reported last evening that two
Ieaths from cholera had occurred in this
uily yesterday afternoon. The report was
untrue, as so far as wo could learn theru
were no deaths nt all In the city yesterday
Letters wore yesterday received by-
friends in this city from Mr. Henry Hal-
iday, Capt. J. .M. Phillips and E. C. Uul
who have gone on a visit to Denver. They
roall well pleased with thoir trip and en-
oylng theniEelves tip-top.
Gents' half lice, C5 cents a dozen, at
IlHrtman's. ".ic tf
The Modoc base-hall club of this city
and the Riverside ot Mound City, will
play a match game at tho latter place on
next Friday afternoon. There seems to
be a difference of opinion as to which is
the bjtter club. Time will tell.
Dun. Hartrnan offers for sale his fine
spring wagon. It is suitable for either
family use or a delivery wagon, and can
bo bought at a bargain Anv ont Mi.lr.
. B oargain. Any one 4ileslr-
ln8 wagon of this kind should call upon
Judee Bross. Col. S. S. Tavlor 'and
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rni.Mintr nr iku ,i ?.,.. r.i... n.t... i
Sl , . 'n T I- I V . V x ,, .
at - Louis railroad, which is to bo hold nt
the otllce of Messrs. II. R. Pnyson A- Co.,
l - Rse-ld nt his room,
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, offers lor salo Guinnes' Porter ic
Bass ale and pure Hennetsy brandy,
and tho genuine Angostura blttors, all
first-class cholera cures. Try them
"Tsit" whatovor that is; and
"whay" whatever that Is-, and "whao"'
whatever that Is, wore Dan Rice' horse
word, and are Carle', who was Dan'
uorse-vraininc pupil. Wherelore wo re
I mark, that he who wishes a good horse
must go to Carle's livery stable,
formed that he has on band a stock of
dry goods and carpet a extensive as any
in the Southwest, and that .ho is detenu-
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7 nim lay U
exam neiroods ami nrici. 1U wilt ..il.fi.
you both as to quality and cost,
- lho following wero the truest ronis-
terei at the St. Chnrles botol vesterdav
Lee Jacobs. Kentucky : Chan. T. Rob-
erts.i. u. railroad: C. A. Beck. Centra
Ilia, Illinois: O. W. Wall. Du Quoin' Gen
re, urton B. Raum, Harrisburr: F P Por.:
l"'St'Li J-A. Buell, Illinois i J. II,
. . ... .' . . '
' ' K '"' 'kinir, Pa-
vermis Haley's horse U a good one.atid
uenni minus he
can beat any other man'
hore in Cairo, Ifany borse-ownor would
llko to wager fifty dollars on his horse, all
that is necessary for him to du Is to call on
Dennis and put up his money. He will
be ready to run any day, or at any time.
Dennis tay Le docs not wish to bluff, but
if anybody wants a race tbey cau have it
by putting up the takes J0.
Full sized mosquito bnrs fifty cents
pair, at Hartman's, 7-10 If.
Mr. O. Corbett Boden is prepared to
givo instruction on the piano and
organ, and In tho elementary prlnci.
pies of music, In thorough bass and har
mony, either in private lessons or classes,
Mr, Boden may be found at Uannon't bonk
store, on Commercial avenue, where all
Information iu regard to turns, etc., will
Is furnish! -20-3t.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathlst physi
cian, lato of Shawneetown, has located In
this city, and Intends making it his homo,,
The doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mended, ana refer to the officers of llio
j First .Natl6nanank of Shawnoetown, to
wliora.ue it well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. He
solicits a fair share of tho pntronago of
our citizens. - 7 UO-tf
Tho member and friend of tho
Methodist church at Mound City will
givo an ice cream ooiable in Stoke' hall
on next Monday evening, the 28th Inst.
A train wlll'leavo Cairo at 8 o'clock and
roturn at 11 o'clock. All who wish to go
will be taken for the" small sum of 25
cent for the round trip. The Mound
City pooplo have liberally patronlznd
benefit held in Cairo, and as this
will be a pleasant trip and an enjoyable
affair wo bespeak a largo crowd to go up
on this occasion,
Attention is directod to tho article on
the second page of to-day's Bulletin re
ferring to matter of health and tho chol
era in particular. Wo can only urgeupon
ourpeoplo the necessity of exercising the
precaution in matters of diet and cleanli
ness. Reports from the surrounding
country nre not of an encouraging nature,
the dread disease having brokon ont
afresh In many places. We
believe that with prcper
care on tho part of our people wo will es
cape the scourge, ana It Is with this view
that we eo often rofer to the subject.
Clark' thread live cents a spool nt
Hartman's. 7-10 tf.
When wo were a boy tomebody fast-
onod upon us tbo reputation that wo were
not a good Judge of either horse uesh or
preaching, and the reputation has stuck to
us j but ue know if thero is anything wu
are a good Judgo of, it is n horse, and like
wis? a preacher. Tho two gj together
He who knows a good preacher knows a
good horse, and who In Cairo now doubts
our preacher-Judging ability I With this
explanation our declaration that Carle's
fleet-footed Scott, is the belt horse
in town, will be properly appro,
elated. Ho can go like the dovil that is
to By, as fast as the Old Boy run to mis
chief, and is yet as gentle as a human be
ing tilled with new grace. Carle has
studied tho languago of the horse, and
Scott understands him as Bross under
stands German, perfectly. Last night wu
rodo behind Scott at a 2:40 pice, and en
joyed It a-" we do butter milk, and we like
buttermilk more than anv fluid the
world, except weiss beer. VV'e would,
therefore, advls all who wish n fast ride
to apply to Carlo for Scott, and not gt-t
TH K COUKTS.
PROCEEDINGS IN THE CIRCUIT
AND PROBATE COURTS
BUSINESS OF IMPORTANCE
IN THE POLICE COURTS.
Met in special session yesterday morning
ut nine o'clock.
Otliutir of tho court present: D. ,1.
Baker, Judge, presiding ; Alex. II. Irvin,
sheriff, Reuben Yocum, circuit clerk
and P. II. Pope, county attorney.
At the opening of court the members of
the grand Jury were called into court, and
as their name were called took seats in
tho Jury box. William Ireland of Santa
Fe precinct was sworn as foreman of the
Jury, after which the usuul oath was ad
ministered to the other members in tho
body. Couuty Attorney Popu delivered a
short address to the Jury Instructing them
with reference to their duties us grand Jur
ors, and advisea tnem to see to it that ev
ery complaint brought before thorn shall
be dilligently nnd impartially inquired
into, nnd if in their opinion the accused
parties deserve punishment that true hill;
bo found against them.
Tho grand jury then retired to the room
provided for them.
Tho potit Juror wero then called and
sworn, after which court adjourned until
2 o'clock, p.m.
Court assembled at the appointed hour,
but most of tho afternoon was taken up
In hearing motions, etc.
At 4 o'clock court adjourned until 8J
f K011ATE COURT.
Probate court, Judge F. Bross presiding;
Alex. H, Irvin, sheriff, and J. G. Lynch,
met in pursuance of ndjournmen at 8j
Uelow is a record of the business tran
PRORATE COURT. !
Kstnte of Albert Cauble, deceased,
Louis Tweuto, administrator. Said re
port approved on condition that said ad
ministrator charge himself with i a
mistake in addition ; also that he charge
himself with the amount of corn sold to
Chas. Waterneerat forty cents per bushel,
not carried out in said bill.
Estate of Frederick A. Rose, deceased
Frederlca Rose, administratrix ; proof of
publication for adjustment,
Prool nt' in,.
i lice aunrovud and urilnrl rrnnL.I i
rg .-W.V.VW, mm
further ordered that all claims against
said estate, may be probated during this
Augusta Rose vs. Frederlca Rose, ad.
ministratrix of Fred. Roso, decease J, As
sumpsit; lU'J 17 Claim admitted to be
correct, due and unpaid. Judgment lor
amount rundured, and ordered paid indue
course of administration.
Same estate assumpsit J. Hirschorn
13 GO i William Worstmuu, $200; same
50. Debts admitted to be correct, and
ordered paid in duo course of administra
lion. Nathaniel Sluddard vs. Martin V
Hughwood, administrator nf uttate of M
Jones, deceatod. Assumpsit, tys, j mlK -meut
rendered agAlust said etai for tull
amount of claim.
Estate of Benjamin Mays, dertated
Thomas Mashie. Final report. Rflporl
approved, and administrator dischargud
from further liability.
Estate of Hiram Pearcs. E D) ker.
ten, administrator. Final itttltrntct
Final report examined, approved and or
dered recorded, and administrator dls.
Estate of James L. Boss, decc&od; tot
Uement. Administrator appeared by
George W. Wall, his attorney, and filed
an Inventory of the ai'cts of said estate.
Also Hied final report togothor with tho
receipts oi tho huirs, both of which were
examlnod, approved and ordered recrded,
and administrator discharged.
In the mattor of the guardianship of
John Browner and Charles E. Browner
minor heirs of Bobert Browner, deceased(
For vjtichers. John Suekliorgor,guardlan.
Said guardi.in in court and it appearing
that tho receipts and vouchers presented
with the tltial report not approved have
been lot or mislaid by said guardian, but
which had been examined by tho court,
therefore said guardian was discharged,
and the rnport approved nd ordered re
cordoil. In the matter of tho guardianship of
Andrew J. McKcnio, minor heir of Ryal
W. McKenie, deceased ; Thomas Martin,
guardian Andrew J. McKenie having
becomu of age, said guardian was author
ized to turn over to him nil property in
his possession nt a part of the estate of
Ryal W. McKenie, deceased , and it win
further orderod that said guardian be dis
charged from all further liability.
Kitato of Mark Jonei, deceased, Martin
V. Huglewood, administrator. Mark
Jones was a young man of about twenty-
two years. For a long limejhe was in the
employ of Mr. Geo. Irwin. Homo timo
ago he took sick, nnd moyed to tho resi-
dunco of Mr. Huelowood. He wns thero
only four days wlmn ho died. After his
death Huglewood was appointed admlnii
trator. uslorday he put In hit bill for
boarding and nursing Jones during his
sickness, charging $i0 for tbo four
days. The court could not see It in that
light, and required xvidonco that it
was worth 10 to tako enre of
Jones during the four days. Sev
era) wltnu'su were called, and they each
teilifled that two dollars a day was good
pay for the services rendered, jo tho bill
wis cut down from iio to fa, and tha
Business in the police courts yotorday
did not amount to much. A fw cae "I
theordinary kind "drunk and disorderly'
wre tried, but beyond thli thure v
nothing worth recording.
CHURCH CARD TO THE PUBLIC
Tho undersigned desires to mil ntten
tion to the fact that there Is an inipre.'
Ion that thero aro neglecUd section of
tho country within tho counties of Alux
ander, Pulaski, Union, Jackson, William
son and Randolph, within what Is known
a the Cairo district of tho Mothodlst
Episcopal church, whero there I only an
occasional fuliglom service. It U be
lioved that thero is Sllllicielit population
In each country school district to build
up a good congregation and Sunday
school. I ho writer desires to say In be
half of tho Methodist Episcopal church
that we desiro to do our full share in lay
ing the foundation of religious society
every neighborhood of this section of the
A thero la to be a session of tho dis
trict conference of said church in Jones
boro, Ills., Wednesday July 30, 1873, we
chnll be glad if any citizen Interested in
the matter, would confor with hi neigh
bors concerning their wants, and if the
services of our ministry be desired, lend
a representative to said conference or for
ward a communication to the undersigned
at Jonotboro, Ills., by the 30th of July,and
we will labor most cheerfully to
meet the wtslios of the people. We now
have twenty-three itinerant preachers,
thirty-six locnl proachers and thirty-two
exhorters, making a local force of ninoty
one, who nre under order to carry on
church onterprlse within this territory,
veiing with other churches in the holy
revival of doing good.
Wm. Jise Grant,
Presiding Elder of Cairo District M. E.
Cariioxdalk, Ills., June 24, liM
I will sell ray residence property on Sev
enth street, between Washington uveuue
nnd Walnut.stieet, comprising six lot, run.
ulng through from Sixth to Seventh street,
with line dwelling-house, carrluge house,
stable, well, fruit trees, grapery, etc., etc.
all In prime condition.
Also the line business stand, No. 77 Ohio
Also 153 acres excellent fruit or farming
lund, on the Ohio river, adjoining the town
of Caledonia, Pulaski couuty, half mile
from a station on the C. aud V. rullro id.
One hundred ucren under cultivation,
Also a line lot, 3J acres, with good farm
house thereon, situated 111 A'llla Ridge, a
beautiful place, well stocked with choice
Also two lots at the corner nl Third sli eol
aud the levee.
Also three guod drays, and three eti of
dray harness; a two-bone wagon, nearly
new, with double harneis.
Prices and terms reasonable.
Cairo, July 10, 187.1. D. llt'RK.
EXCURSION TO DENVER.
M. and St. L. Packet Company, 1
Auknt'sOkkicb, Cairo, July 1,18711.
Tho Merapbl and St. Louis Packet
company now offer for alo round trip
ticket from Cairo to Douver and roturn
$70, good for ninety day from date of
salo. Also regular ticket on aalo for
Kansas City, Omaha, Topeka, Lawrence,
San Francisco and all principal poinle
west, nnd by river and rail to all points
aouth. Fur further Information call .at
tho company' ollico, No. 71 Ohio levee,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois
Jame-s Mallohv, Ticket Ag't
Hoi.. A. Silver, Pasiionger Ag't.
Oi l ice Cairo and St. Loui. R. R. C (
Cairo, Ills., July 17, 187:1, ,
A meeting of tho director of this com.
pany will be bold on Wadnetday, the 23d
i'lSUni, at 10 o'clock a in., at the otlice or
Messr. H. R, Payon & Co., No, 304 North
Fifth strast, in the city of St, Louis, Mi,,
ourl. S.StaahTatlob, Prttl4Bt.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Mour. It. Smvtho & Co.. Intend re
moving their entire ttock of goods from
their old stand, on the Ohio Uvee, to tho
ona occupied by tbem at the corner of
nineteenth and Commercial avenue, uav.
Ing met with a succoss in their new store
far boyond their mot sanguine expecta
tion, they have concludod to consolidte
for the nresnnt t Wit. their business
In the meantime their ftoro hotie on the
lovee will be given a thorough overhaul
ing and placed In perfect repair. Thank-1
ing the public for past favors they retpect-1
fllll V Solicit a rrin(lnnnr.a nf tha HlllH. i
K YNASTON TO TH E FRONT.
Mr. James Kynaston. whose reputation as
a butcher Is par excellent with the people
ol this city, ha ouened a new meat
shop near the corner of Commercial atenue !
ami Twentieth street, next door to Mr. Pat
uur's grocery store. It Nawell inovn and
nclnowledced fact that Mr, Kynaston, dtir-1
ing hW long experience In the meat bust,
lies In this city, never offered to his ciltoni.
er any thing but tho choicest of every Xlnd
of meat. He It n iruod ludire of cattle, and
buyx nothing but the youngest and (attest,
and as a coiKemtthcu has the bet of beef.
The same may be cild of every kind of meat
sold by him. Uie him atrial, and our word
lor it, you will always he pleaded, IMMt
A NEW FIRST-CLASS BARBER
SHOP. McHcnry Rue A- Co., of New Orleans,
have come to this city to stay, and have
fitted up a first class barber-shop on Com
mercinl avenue in the room next to Han-
non's book store, lately occupied by Stu
art & Oholson as a dry goods store. The
workmen are all first-class nnd are pre
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc., in
the very latest style. All they a-k it a
trial. They respectfully solicit a sharr, of
public pntrouage. McIIenry Rok A Co,
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A two-story house on Comrtmrcial nve
nuo near tho corner of Nineteenth street.
The house Is forty feet long by twenty
two feet wide. It contains ten rooms and
kitchen, and a good cistern nnd necessary
out-houses are attached tJ it. It Is well
Ventilated and well adapted tor a buelnes
house ordwelllug. It I in n business part
of tho city and lm been newly painted j
and renuvntcd inside and out. Apply to !
i...... ii,.,,. i
River Shannon House, Ohio Leveo,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-8-Iui.
SCOTT'S NEW BILLIARD HALL
On Thursday, July 17, V. T. Scott will
open his new building on Cointii'ircial av
enue. A splendid free lunch will be
spread at 10 o'clock In lho forenoon, nnd
n grand ball will bo given at night, to j
which all his old friends and customers
aro respectfully invited. He has purchased
a largo stock of line wines and liquors,
and invites his friends to call around arid
snmpli) tbem. 7-lf, Ot
A (iOOlT INVESTMENT.
A raru cttHiie. t uU'.twl lu .,,,. tiiitr,
with money to invest in good paying
proporty in tho most dcairnhlo part of the
city. Two lota, U fret front on the ave
nue, house 3 stories. Two Inrge etort.s
can bo fitted up on tho tint floor, the up.
per stories ara well arranged for office or
dwelling. For further particulars en
quire of JolIN O,. HarmaN A: Co.,
0-4-tf Real Estate Agent", Cairo, ills
I will rent my house on Ninth street,
between Walnut and Cednr, with furni
ture or otherwise. The bouse contains
five good rooms, good cloiets, a good '
cittern, and has comfortablo yard room,
a good wood-house, washroom, etc.
Apply at Illinois Central ticket otllce.
7-lOlw James B. Sheldon.
Mr. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial aud Washington avenues, has
ut opened out a stock of new aud fashion,
able millinery good. She hu one hundred
and fifty dlflercut stylesof hats and bonnets,
beside a large aortmcut of ribbons, dow
er and notion ol all sort, all of which wll
be old at the lowest price.
A cottage on Fifteenth ttreet, hotwecn
Washington avenuo and Walnut street.
For terms, inquire of White tt Co., cor
ner Washington avenue and Twentieth
A fine lot for n residence : Lot 14, block
18, first addition. Price $300 cash. Ap
ply to Alex, n, Irvin.
A flno cottage. Inquire of
At creation's dawn the medicinal springs
ol the earth sparkled and bubbled us they
do now, but it required tho light of chem
ical discovery tu enable man to reproduce
them from their elements, us the Seltor
water has been reproduced in
Tarrniit'H Eil'crvcaccut Seltzer Aperient
the must erfectlva combination of a mire
tonic, a wholesome, laxative, a relreshiug
lebrlltige, und u powerful untl-bllloua ugi'i't
at present known. The Immediate and pel
lusnent relief that it a II ont Iu cases ol
chronic constipation, biliousness, stomach
complaints, nervous) depression, fever, rheu
matism, dropsy, piles, headache, heartburn
und llatulency, ha become 11 proverb in ev
ery civilized portion or lho Amerlcuii conti
nent. Sold by all d!UKglstn. 7-22iiod&vv2vv
Lvmau lllodifctt, defendant. U ."o"1?.'1
that on July 2t, 1H7J, Mary M. Blodgett,
complainant, 'Uled her bill In chancery,
Iu the Alexander county circuit court, Mate
ol Illinois, fordlvorcii, and that said milt is
now pending In said court. ThH thereupon
a MimuionH was Issued out of tho
ntUceof aald court aealnst you, retiirnauio
on the fourth Tuesday Iu July, ,,,87.J',.
term of ald court, then to be holden ut the
court-house In; Cairo, In ald count) auu
state. l"ted July 2Ut, 187S. ,
Rkuuk.n 8. yocum, Clerk.
Samuel I' Wheeler, , ,, .,
II V LAND & SAUKH,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DKt'CRIP 'IO.N,
Corner 10th street and Commercial aventt
next iloor to the llyland "slfion.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND IiK.lI.KIl IN
FRESH M EAT,
KioriTn Street, Between WAiiunTO.
akd Commercial Avenues,
AUJidolaa" 4l Irnboiiax nnd Mutiny '
K-rp the l't er tll, Fork, Mutton Veal.
Laoib, Pmnmr, etc., "n tare prsparml r trf
cltisf n tii the ioot aoo-pttblo manner.
fuccex'or to James Kynaslon,)
UuTiuiKH and Dealer in all Kind o?
Corner Ninktkntii a.nd Poi-laii Htm.,
Buy and alaugblern only the best cattle,
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to till any
demand for fresh meats truiu one pound to
ten thoiismd pound
JAMES K YNASTON,
A.SO DKALKR IN
ALL KINDS Oh' FKKSII MKATS.
Near eor. 'I't ellltelll Nlrrel niul l oin,
liny and sluujhter only the best Cattle,
Hot" and Sheep, and Is prepaied to till or
der for Fresh Meats tioiu one to ten thou.
S A L 0 O N
(Open Hay and Night.)
J. K. PAUKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4lh and Ctb lreet.
MEALS AT ALL' HOI its.
A line new Dining Hall with every con
venience has been added to till popular
Restaliraut, aud the guest, will 11 nd ritiy
requisite lor thelraccomodallou.
THE BILL OF FARE
:onlst ot every substantial and delicacy ol
1 supplied with the
JHOICEST L1QUURS.WINES & CIGHS
jQTMlxed drink prepared with eare.
Z. D. MATIIU.. C CHI.
MATHUS3 3c UliL
Commissi ov Merc h ants
-JAY AND WESTEHN PKODUUE
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
iSucossiors lo John 11. I'hlllii,)
DKAhKKS IN HA V, CORN, OATH,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
0". 'IKiNTU-bT. a Mi OHIO LEVK
CAIRO, I LIU.
OKNERAL COMMISSION MKHOHANT
Aud dealer In
Limk, (Jem en r, Flamer, Hair, Etc.
Mo Still o l.eei.
Sl.r.,.Il"1 SM VW MH l H'HllHfHC
turela' prices, addllu.' Ireltflit. 4-2-11
GOVERN ,M IvNT 8 A LB
ti.Ti'.t'VT 11'.". NOt'1- :,t l,1,,,lli: miction, to
int. highest bidder, at onu o'clock p.m., on
WEDNESDAY, JUI.V 2.1, Ih7.'l,
.H!i.,,a;,,r.i,,,of,,,m' Mo,,m' ,,i-v' ""
Cotisi.tiiig. ,Mmrt,of Carpets, Bureaus, 'Pit.
hl,f". Chulis, Washstamhi, etc, etc.
an n'V V1' 8.i-Cah on day of nale
mi I liatuediatu removal or goods required,
" order of Coiumaudant.
- M o. FMAMCla T .OlLLgTT,
Payinttcr, C. S. N.
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I p ( S1 Q P
" n 2 ST
( fi 7,
HKAE, KMTA1K AUKJVUt.
John Q. llarman,
JOHN Q. HAKMAN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE ACiENTfcs
Mortis O.sr. ol litis nt, nisil (Slihi Lena
Ofler lor ale at low Ogurc and eay teiini
the following real estate I
No 1 An elegant voltage, coiner Twellth
and LoclK 'trevt, I 27 and 'is, li I, third ad
Lots abou grade, fi loin in h 4, In what is
known u th. "Hldxe Block:" those lot lliu
thioiiirh the block Horn I'illci'litli to slv
te.ctith slltet. nnd the bet telieiice prot
erty In the clt adjoining plopelty hi"h!v
Mi 2 Lots;: ami I. I 4.i, city. Wa 1 U"lf.n
aenile, li.jlneeii Thirteenth and I'otiitet ti Is
slltets, wet lde. Uoml twistoiy build I
oil each lot.
No a AIo, v: ant lot, and l). adjnliuii"
the above. Lot II, li .',, (H),
on Sixth street, ninth side,
between Ciiiiitnerel.il and Wahiuilon ae
line, will be uld iu tract to iilt jiurtli tei
very low and oneav term.
No 4 Lot 7 ami m, li corner of Four
Icenth and Poplar tieet. Iriuil on Poplar
treet. wet Mile, opposite pt-otllcc block
No fi t-pleodhl hti.lue btllldlmr, re.
deuce In ecoiul story, M room, hull and
front and rear Mnlrway. water on both lloors.
In iilimher one condition; situated on north,
west currier ol Commercial uenue and
Twelfth street. A K'cat bargain If nj
No 15-l.ot 4, 7 anil , b 22. city, on
Commercial avenue, beweeu Koiirth and
Fifth street, Lota 20 and 21, b 2.1, city, 011
Wahiliitiiii avenue, between Kllth mid
."Ixlh street. Term easy, price low
No 7 Lot 14, Hi b is, on Nineteenth
treet, between Commercial avenue ant
Poplar treel a great bargain. I.ot2,',li ,1. ,
1-tad., on Wadiiiiton avenue.
No s Two very ilcsirahle biimie houc
and two lot, on sixth street between Com
mercial aud Washington avenue-, will lie
tolit at term to pay purcha-cr rental of ;
per cent en Investinviit.
No !i-.lx lot In li 20, 1st ad. ll.bh
ground. s2')each on wy tia) merit.
No 10 Lot 1 mid 2, In li fi north corner it
Tenth and Levee Mreels. Best bti'lue loi a.
tion In the city term eny. l.oti'Jl. 22 and
2:lln b 111, lt ad., south coi'ner ol Twentieth
and Poplar -treet. AIo threo lot in court
house block, fronting on Poplar street.
No 11 A "plcndld two-story residence on
north'ea.t coiner or Walnut and Ninth
treets, with two lots try dcirablt prot
No 12 Lot II and 10, li 70 Miuth hlc ot
Twenty-tint street, opiosltu "(oliveiit
Block "very' dcirhle tor reMdi nce p ir
No 13 A well Improved farm of 210 acre.!
( acre, under cultivation ; hoii-eiainl ham
Kood orchard, bearing trees; riinulug water
through farm above overflow. One quarter
mile from station and debut ol ( alro A .-t
Lutli railroad. Will be dd on ca.y linn
tor ?I2J per acre.
N'o 14 Ten of the choicest lot, In bloi k
Si, lt addition, aleive trrnde, beantiliil rei
ilcuce location, will be wild at a ereat lur
Kain. Recall particular atteutluli to thH
property a it will be sold very low.
A KINK (,'II.INCE rOlt I.NVK11.MKM
In addition to the forei;oliiK Wu oiler for
xle, or ie:is. a larae number of v , ant I
In dlilcient part ul the city, embracing Si
1 hu ine. and le.lilcucu pioperty.
In unimproved lands, wu have for s.ue
over2.'i,((s) acre In Alexander and PnUl.i
coiiullc.Vttt price laiiKiiiK from ii to f)l&
per acre, and are jirepared tu orlir induce
incut to purcna.er lint cannot be eipialled
In Colorado, Texas or all) other place or by
"any othermau," A lalguamolllilul lund.u'l
the very bet qilality, In Alexander and Pu
lakl counties, heloiiHlii); to the Illinois ( cn
tral Hallinad voiupaiiy. lor lliu sale of which
we are the a.:iit, will he sn, very low and
011 .such easy term that a .cr-on ul ludllstii
oils habits, with a very small niiiii ol lead)
money, can In a few year become the
owner ol a productive (arm. We have
phli ami description') of all land oilcrrd
lor i-nl-i and will take pleasure. In showing
piirchn-ci the properly . Titles to ull l.nd.
.old by 11 Ktiai Jiiteed, and shown from the
patentee when reullired by abstracl. Ai
pi) to JOHN O,. HAKMAN A CO.,
Cor Sixth and Levee !-.( aim, In.
June 7, IrCU.
O. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (i"KrOND rLOOR) ouio lkver,
Her and Sill Iir.u. Khtate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
And (j-r aiiTinanni of KlO'l.'
J. W." Pi KIG. MAN,
Physician, surgeon and uccoticher. Ollicc,
1'welltli -treet, between Walnut and Cedai
street. 7 17 tl
A. J. 110 K, .M. 1).,
Having permanently located In l'airn,tcuib r
hi prnle-slonable services to the liihabilant
ol the city and vicinity.
Residence and olllce (for the precnt) coi
ner Walnut and Tvventy.llrM street, whcio
he may be consulted at all hour. o-5.i!m
Dli. B. 0. TABEit,
Will resume the practice ot his profession
with especial reference to the electric
treatment ot diseases in all the new and Im
proved methods of application,
In all cases of female complaints a aily
will be In attendance.
Office, 12S Commercial avenue, up ttalrs.
R. S. HIUG1I AM, M. D.,
Homu-pathlo physl.-lan and mirgeon. 01
lice l.'WJ Coiniuciclul avenue. Residence
corner of Eleventh and Cedar .street.
7-1 '1 2111
II. WARDNKK, M. D.
Office and Residence ill Coiiuncrclal avc
ntic, (next door lo the Atheneuui).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D. .
RKBIDKNUK-Mn. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
. tween WashiD((tonavouecil Walnut iitrert.
, uin-e U'iOiiiiniiri.lilaTPniie, up stalrn.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
pKHIHKN0K-nrnerNlnth and Walnut sts,
LVUrnpo cotuer hlxtt atrent and Ohio loiee,
Omoe hours from 6 a.m. to U m., and H p.m
DH. G. K. DOUGLAS,
A cniutant Mipiily of puro NIIidum Oxldo
(la, fur the painless extraction uf leeth, at
the IK'tilal Itoums ur Dr. Donglart, bltccessiir
lo Mr A. M. AilHlln. KIkIiHi atliiet. fi.lil
ttcYou can buy six
and ono-half lbs. Durant's
A Cotlbo Sugar for Ono Dol
lur; Sovon lbs. Now Orloann
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Rest
throo and ono-half libs. J'riino
Rio Cotlbo, Ono Dollar ; Rest
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; H08t Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Sevonty-fivo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, aud ev
erything proportionately cheap
at Hiram Bixby;