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NO 0UAN0K OK (JA1W
KKOM 0AIKO TO
h LOUIS OH CHICAGO.
ON LY ONK OliANOU OF OA IIS
OM OUKO HI
hnoionl.ll. w.llnoll., ro HhIj.
llmom, .rhUadolplua, &" 1"rk'
llotlnn nn.l all points esl.
Illuti, Janes sllle, S1.1I'D.
.CruM, tit. I'ul and kit points iiotlli.
Ibis Is also thr Mil) illietl r'.olelii
otur. HlooralnRtou, rttiiirmeM,
J orl, Uulncr, Keokuk,
s uruniruin, noon itiisu, t-mi-.,
nJota, Diton, Frrepurl,
Jslsns, Dubuqu. flam 0tr,
Omaha and all points northasst.
Kleifit DfftwliiK Koom Sleeping On-
uu nil Igut iriii.
Checki"! 10 nil ImpurUul l-oitili-.
For tleiAli an J lufomistioD, apply to I. 0, K. K
a.potst alro; on boM in tnnsil stesmsr
IM9 Oolamtm nl Cairo, ami tit tdr jrmol.t
isllrosJ tlcknt orflcss thronuhoiit the suuth.
W. P. JOnNHON, I'ass. Ak'I. ChkJn.
i A. Min-aill, Oen'1 Hup'l. Uhleaaro.
1 ' J. .10UNS0S A't, Oniro.
' l'ltscm-cr trains on the llliiinli Central
.cb&uirc lima tvdny. From and alter '1M
V.u. to-day train- will run in lollovvs :
iviptess, dally . . . .43if li.tin
Mull, except rHinday u. tn.
Express, . , 2:40 p. m.,
Mail, daily except sutnlay . . 1 .": p. in
0A1B0. AUKANSAS AND TUX AS 11. It.
On and alter Tiel:iy,.ltily 10, lBTIi, trains
wlU run dally, uxcept .Sunday, between
Ureenfleld's lauding and lion .sidiiii:,
Missouri, as follow :
X.eavc Greenfield' nt . . . 4:00 p.m.
I Arrive at Orcentleld' at .... U:.V. h.iii.
Arrive at Iron biding at p.m.
Leave Iron Sldlug at 0:15 a.m.
TUB CAIRO AS1) VISCKNNKS
Clnclnuatl, Jndl inspnltj, Tuledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, .Viagra Falls,
Butlalo, I'lttsburp, WatliliiKlon,
Baltimore, l'lilhdelpljla, New Vork.
lionton and all Eittern I'olutn,
CHANGE OK TIME.
On aud alter Tuesday, July I, IH7;t, train
Going north lea rn Cairo at 4:0Yn.in.
O0I114J ouUj arrives ut Cairo at . . . any p.m.
UOU.Nb CITY ACCIIMMUIIATIUN.
Lavet Cairo at ...lltin a.m. aud tl:() p.iu.
Arrlvet at Cairo at. ,:( a.m. and 1:23 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Yin
cennei at p.m., uuklni; dlrecl romiec-
tion At 12:30 p.m., u-Mfj (tic iiniiJiiulxilii umi
Vlncennen railroad lor Iik1uii:iioII.-, Hie
yreat lallioad centre, (10 111 ulilcli point
iraloi aro deparlini; at ull hour-, lir ull
uolntt In the Uulled Mates nnd Canada, At
2!o3p.m. with tlit Kmilll aud (.'raw
lvi Uk Hie railroad, for 'J'erru lluule, Indie
napohi. Chlcax'n. i'.iutille and ull nolnls
north, Via thr 'lerra Haute, Kvunitlllo and
Chlcogo railroad, uud eunl Wu the 'uiidalia
line, and Indianapolis audM. l.ouls railroad.
Atl:J5pm Willi the Ohio and .Mlilipp
railroad, for Cincinnati, l.ouUWIle, and all
point eat, via Cincinnati.
PaMK-ugeis koIiw hy this muto arc pluceil
tn Indlaiiapoll", Cincinnati, Louisville, New
York, .llostou, I'hiladi'lidiia, llaltlumre,
Wathlnton, and all eatern points, tvvovu
hours in advance 11 1 any other louie.
Kzpreitj train makes connection at Khlo
rado ulth St. LotiU ami .southeastern rail
way, lor St. l.oiil, .Mt. Vernon (lllluids),
HhavTuet'toHn, ami all points hilvveeii ICI1I0-
ado aud st. l.ouK
At Norns C-ty makes close counecllou
lor Sprln'Deld, liock Island, and ull piduls
on gpriugtleldaiid Illinois soulheaslern rail
nay and coniUTtloiik.
At Canul with St. J.oul, Kvansv llle, Ilfii
rierton and Nashville railway Hue, lor .Ml.
Vernon (Indlaiaj. Kvanivllle, licudeoou
(Keutuok);, Na-hvllllo ( rennrssei ), and all
pointt 011 St. 1. , i . II. and N. railway and
euM checked to all Important point.
rFor tickets and nitiiriiiation apply at
the llclfct ulllce, eoiui-r .tuveiilh stievt aud
Commercial avenue, Calm, Illinois.
J.VO. i.KIC, .Sllp't, CllAh. O. Wont.,
Oun lak'r mid Ticket Ae't
H. K. IlCIt.NHliK, Asent, Cairo.
i.ocai. wr.ATiir.u m:i'oit 1 .
I), ri. bio. hr.ii.,(iiiSKi,vi:ii'a orfu-K, 1
Caiko, July 21, lJ3, 10:11 p.m.
Thermometer 7b iltgites.
Wind, norlhetit, vdoelly 0 inlle psr
Maximum temperature last 24 hours, )
aiiuumm temperature, lat 24 houu. (W
l'revalllnK wind la-t 24 hours norihcati.
loiai numiier 01 miles wind travelled, last
M uours, ti.
KliWIN (UK1.AM), (Ib.rrver
Beit Scotch ale, itout potur, and eiht
jir old bourbon whiskey tobu found only
at the Cryital lalooo, comer of buth sUeit
and Commercial avenun.
Stkaqala iV .tK
C.i!6 1m Kroprictui
Jlucks for IheJCalro, Arkansas and Tex
railroad. stirtliiK' from White A (ireei's
Uire, comer ol .Sixth street and Ohio levee
run a fullows:
Leave at S a.m
' 4 i.tu
Arrive In city at Id it.ni
iMS if John Mkykiii!, Akuui,
Itrgillar hoarders at the European hntrl,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive hoard ut
the rale of 20 per mouth. r-iMI
Ktne white ; slnle aud double A amber
Hntfle and double X Canary, best ipiulity ol
rnanllU, blue letter, etc., etc. 00,000 lor
nlo, prliHi-J at ll fu to 0 01 per thousand,
at the ' III'li.kti.n OFKICK.
At wann weather l apiiroachlnk,' the
Jovern ot If cream will be glad to learn that
Hewn. Huj AClarkson havo fitted up and
rfurnUhed, in elegant st) le, their ice cream
p After. Their mamiuolh soda loiintuln has
bim ben put In running order, and nothing
H WAUtllUt about the establishment to make
tk't pleaaure And comlurl of theirpatroni
Kivo crlmlnAls wore ientnriil In tho
circuit couet yestetdAy.
ihiwaro of WKtermelniH. There U
cholera In evory one of them.
Kull itock ladles ball at l:i than one
third their viilue, nl llnrtman'i. 706 tf
The City Kerry company tffur the
ferry boat "Cairo" for alo,
During the twenty-four hour ending
at 0 o'clock lust evening tlio Ohio river
fell U Inches.
All kinds of eun pictures at.I.Hchleiliig-
. Klghtii street, tiAtwecn vviuinngion
and CominerclalAVetiues. 7-1 Oil'.
Tho best fretu meats In the city are to
be found at Kynatton'n, corner Twentieth
street and Commercial avenue. 7-10-tf.
Ulan fruit JhM, porcolalli lined, glas
topped at liaitmHii't.
Moveral train lo.idi of jtruval have
bocn brouglil Into tho city by the Cairo
and Viuceniiei road, and placed along tho
track on Commercial avenue.
If you want nn extra good steak or
roost of beiif, uiuttou, veal or pork, go to
lat. Kynuslon'i, corner Twentieth etreel
and Commercial avenue, 7-10-tf.
Khotogrnpht mid other pictures at J,
Scblcslnger's, EUhlh street, between
Washington himI ComuiHrcIal avenues.
A change ban takin place in the run
ning timo or trains 011 the Cairo, Arkaii
las and Toxin rtillroad, bee time card in
All kinds of Jolly glasses at Hart-
nan a. 7. it; if.
A L. IS. posl-olllcH bux hill beull pill
up by Messrs. Colley, Knee i Co., in front
of their sloru on Ohio levee. Letters do
pO'llcd in it foi thu mall will bu tnkeii up
ut 12 o clock m,, ntul 9 o'clock p.m.
Jim. Ky 11 as ton's is the place to buy
your fretu meat. The nicest, freshest buol.
veal, iiintt'jn and pork In the city Is to bo
found at his shop, corner Twentieth
street and Commercial avenue. 7-16-tf.
bun. llartman offers for sale his Quo
ipring wagon. Il Is suitable for either
family usu or a delivery wagun, and cau
bo bought at a bargain. Any one ,delr
lug a wagon of this kind should call upon
him nnd learn his terms. 7-lH-tf
P. Kilzcruld at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, offers lor sale Guinness' Korter V
Uae' ales 'and pure Uennessy brandy,
and thn genuine Angostura bitters, all
tlrst-class cholera cure. Try them
C. Hanny wishes the public to be in
formed that he has on hand A itock of
dry good nnd carpets as extensive as Any
in tho Southwest, and that be is determ
ined to sell everything at prices lower
than the lowest. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices, lie will satisfy
you both as to qunliiy and cost.
Kull sited uuipqtiHu brs tlfty cents a
pair, at llartmau's. 7-U it.
Mr. O C'orbttt Boden Is prepared to
glv instruction 011 the pia'io and
organ, and in the elementary princi
ples of music, in tlioioou'li lm mi har
mony, either In privattt tenons or classes.
.Mr.Uoden may be found at Uniinon's hook
store, on Commercial avenue, where all
information in regard to terms, etc, will
1 ho furnished. 7-20-31.
Or. Livrty, horaouopatblst physi
cian, late of tihawueetown, hns located in
thi city, aud intends making it his home.
'I' bo doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mended, and lefers to the officers of tho
first National hank of iihawnuotown, to
whom ho is well known, having practiced
his profession nuione; thm for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of tbo patronage of
our citizens, 7 20-tf
(ieiits' half bote, Clients a doxmi, nt
liitrtiuati's. 7-16 if
Or. Kmer S. Vincent who wus yester
day in t In circuit court sentenced to tin
penitentiary for n term of thirty m nths,
i- suid to bu 11 graduate of one of the bull
medical institutes of the country, and to
have no superior in hi profession in this
portion of tho state. Early in the spring
stole a steer from a farmur in lulaki
(otiuty and brought il to this city and
ild il to Nick .Villinius. It U for this
nfi'cusu that he goes to penitentiary.
Watermelons have muile their appear
ance in this city nnd are now being ottered
for inlu at a number of placet. It is a
well-known lact that of ull the vegetable
kingdom, v. alurmelont are the worst in
limes liku the present. In nvery melon
there Is cholera enough to produce a half
or.eli well du flood catrs, aud those who
eat thoiil should bu prepared to Miller tho
consequences, It Is to be hoped
that our people will abuln.
neither 'touch, laite or handle" them' So
far Cairo has escaped tlm terrible scourge;
hut because we huvr been to for'Hnute as
to eicape is no ronton why we should
now become careless, and permit ourselves
to eat any and everything that limy bo of
fered for sale in the markets. Kor the
next two inuuths it will bn necessary to
exorcise the greatest prectutiuu In mat
ters ol diet aud cleanliness, and wo urge
upuu the people of Cairo Hie Importance
of leaving all such elun' watermelons
and their like alone.
Clark's thread live cents a' spool at
lUrtuiau'i. 7-10 tf,
Logan Sleeper It In St. Louis, and wn
dnd the following concerning the old man
in the ltopubllcan' of the 21sl hut -
LoQ A.N eLCEFCK, en,
This venerable gentleman called on us
veiterda v morning, looking well tor a man
of his su'e. lie now lives at Cairo, and is
up at liul eville about some busluvss for a
shorl time. The Helleville paper of Ian
week, we see, notices as folliws 1
"Kev LoL'an Hleopur, Uapliat minister
from Cairo, has been in our city a week.
He preached oticoou Hundav, in afternoon.
He is publishing a pamphlet report of
some important chinch proceedings 111
Cairo. We may give our renders tome
extracts from II. Mr Sleeper lived 'JH
years in St. Louis Used to do service
about the printing offices them. He has
been in .Southern Illinois about two years.
Ho frequently writes apicy Articles for pa
pels, as lie panes about. '
Below we have a Utile communication
from Mr. .Sleoper;
ElilTOK lUruuMCAN I'Iama allow
me this rare apporlutilty to cher old
friends 1 have been abseat eleven and
viiv.liaU )ars exactly. 1 rsglitsrsd At
CAIRO DAILY BULLKTIN, THURSDAY, JULY
the "Southern" lato tfAtutdAV night, and
passed my Urst night thero! Before re
tiring I walked around several squares
nnd entered the Planters' bouse; stayed
several minutes. Many poopla were
moving about the streets, and sitting
around various places'. I did not meet
but one person 1 know or know met O
how I washrllled with the scenes of so
many of my former years of life, to And
all so changed, 'I he signs of rising great
ness 01 tins rniot city 01 tne west, now
iinniittaknble they appear to one llkn my-
en, wno was nern living, nrst in tne venr
18.14 I You must Indulge mo In an sr'tldo
when I havn nxtnndnd my observation.
Your respectfully, Looan Slkkpkk.
July 5JI, 1 873.
A middle-lgcd womnti can get conitan1
work in washing, Ironing mid house
cleaning by applying to 11, K, Htirnstde,
agent Cairo and Vlncontiei railroad.
German woman proforrn I. 7-23tf
MtOOEEDINUS OK Til K OIHCL'IT
Circuit court reasicinblul at 8 o'clock
The following prisoner wcro brought
into court, and plead guilty to the crime
charged against them :
Kmer S. Vincent; charge, larceny
oattle stonllriL'. Sentenced to the state's
prison for two years' and six month.-.
? .Mrs, itoss, charge, stealing $.100; sen
to lien, three years tu the penitentiary.
John Drown, charge, horse stealing.
Hoe rite nee, six years in the penitentiary
Chester Allen, charge, larceny of ten
yards of cloth, from the store of C. linutiy,
sentence, eighteen months in the peuileu
Delia Constant, charge, larceny of n
watch and other articles from the resi
denceof Mr. John Hylnnd. Trial by jury,
verdict guilty, nnd Qxlng the term id' Im
prisonmsnt nt one year in the penlten
At 5 o'clock court Adjourned until 8)
o'clock this morning.
John Rogers, drunk and disorderly, was
lined t'i and costs. Having no money he
was tent to the calaboose for four days
Jos. II. Loffler, disturbing the pence,
titled $0 and the "agreeable?." City Jul
for seven days.
Tom. Whatter, colored, for drunken
ness, as fined SI and the "Usual fair.
Tom. will labor on the streets for three
The Clippers und Llbertys, juvenile
baae-ballists, played a match gnme yester
day afternoon. The contest was con
ducted strictly In nccordanco with the
rules oi thu game as laid down In the
books. None of the plnyers were over tlf
teeu years of age, aud taking this fact iuto
consideration the game Was one of the
must Interesting ever played In this city.
Ttie tollowlng Is the score:
Snyder 3.1 h....
Idgey, o f.
Wood, 2d I
ICinnear, 1 f.
McEweu, r t ,
Walters ist b
Hnndcamp, p , '2
Cummiiigs, c S
K-chbnch, 1st 1 1
llrown, 2d b 2
Agan, M 1 3
Clancy, n a 1
Jones, I f , I
riullivgu, c f 1
I'otrie, r f 11
Total, 17 27
K Slack, Scorer.
Cavana iron, l.'mpiro.
I will sell my residence property on Sev
enth street, between Washington uvenue
and Walnut street, coinprl-ing six lots, run
ning through from Sixth to Seventh street-,
with Hue ilvvellliig-house, carriage hou-e,
stuble, well, trull trees, grapery, elc, etc.
all in prime condition.
Also the title business stauil, No. 77 Ohio
A l-o IM acres excellent liult or funning
laud, on the Ohio river, uiljolnlug the town
ot Caledonia, Pulaski county, hall mllo
Ironi u station on the C. aud V. luih'oad.
One bundled acres under cultivation.
Also n line lot, aj ucrcs, with a good tut 111
house thereon, situated In Vlllu Ithlge, a
heiiiltillll place, well s'ocked with choice
Also two lots ut the coriierot Third .-triol
and the levee.
Also tlirce good drays, und three -its of
dray harness; a two-iofae vvajn, nearly
new, with double harness.
Prices and teimi reasonable.
Caiko, July lu, la'rj. li. Ui hd.
EXCUKSION TO DENVElt.
M. a Ni r$T. L. Packki Comi-any.I
AuKMi-'nOFricic, Cairo, July l,la7a.
The Memphli and tit. Louis Packet
company now otler for tale rouud trip
tickets from Cairo to Denver und retur c
7l, good for ninety days from date oi
ale. Also regular llcketi on sale for
Kanras City, Omaha, Topeku, Lawrence,
Han Francisco aud all principal points
west, and by river and rail to all points
south. Kor further Information call at
the company's olUce, Ho, 71 Ohio levee,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois
jamks malloky, Ticket Ag't.
A. SJilvek, Passenger Ag't.
NOTICE OF KEMOVAL.
Messrs. K. Smythe & Co., Intend ro.
moving their entire stock of goods from
their old ttr.n.l, on the Ohio Wee, to the
one occupied by them at the corner of
Nineteenth and Commercial avenue, bav
lug met with a euccett in their new store
far beyond their most sanguine expects-1
lions. iIimV havo concluded to ronsoll.t.t. 1
for the present at least, their burets.
in the meantime itieir storu uouse on the
leveo will bo given a thorough overhaul
Inu and placed in perfect repair, Thank
mi; thu public fur past Invert they retputt
fully solkit cvutinuautu of th satu,
KYNASTON TO TIIL' FllONT.
Mr. Jurats Kynston, vrhoM reputation an
a butcher Is par excellent wuu me peupie
of this city, hai opened ft new moat
shop near the corner of I'onmi' relal avenue.
and Twentieth etrett, nox't door to Mr. 1 nt
Hurl's grocery store. It Isavveii noii aim
acknowledged fact tint Mr. Kjisa-toti, dur
ing hU long experience in the meat busi
ness lu this city, never offered lo his custom-
ers unythlng bill tho choicest of cery lud
of meat. Ho Is a good Judge of entile, and
buy nothing but the youngest und luttest,
and us 11 consequence has lhebetof heel.
The same may be said of every kind 01 meat
sold by him. (live him atrial, and our word
lor It, you Will iilvvayn be pleased. 0-lS-tl
A NKW "rntST-ULASb IJAKUKK-
Mo Henry Hoe k Co, of New Orleans,
have come to this city lo stny, and have
lilted up a first clns barber-shop on Com
mercial avenue in tho roo.n next to Han-
iion'a bonk store, lately occupied by Stu
art il- Gholton as a dry goods ttore. The
workmen are all Oral-class aLd are pre
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc., In
the very latest style. All they ask It a
trial. They respectfully solicit a sharft of
public ptlrunnge. McllttMHY Koe i.: Co,
FOK MALE OH KKNT.
A two.lory hou'e 011 Commercial ave
nue lieur tho corner of Nineteenth street.
The house le forty feet long by twenty-
two feet wide. It contains ten rooms aLd
kitchen, and a good cistern and necessary
out-houtes are attached tJ it. It is well
ventilated ntid well adapted fur a busints
hotlsa or dwelling. It is in n business part
of tho city and has been newly painted
and renovated inside and out. Apply l
John li eoakt y,
Kiver Sbttticun llousu, Ohio Levee,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-B-lm.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A rare cimnce la ottered to some man
with money to invest In good paying
property In the most desirable part of the
city. Two lots, 0 feet front on the ave
nue, house 3 stories. Two large stores
cau be lilted up on the first fioor, the up
per etoriei are well arratiged for olilees or
dwellings. For further particulars en
quire of John H. iiakmam co.,
ti-4-tt Keal Kltalu Agenw, (jairo, 1111
I will rent my house on Ninth street,
between Walnut and Cedar, with furni
turo or olhcrvvlso. Ths house contains
live good rooms, good closetJ, good
I cistern, arid has comfortable yard room,
a good wood-housc, washroom, etc.
Apply at Illinois Central ticket office.
I lillW. JAMES U.OIIEI PHI.
Mrs. Anna Luug on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, bu
lust opened out u stod; of new und fashion
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and fifty ditlerciit Mylesof huts uud bonnets,
beside t large a-sortmcnt ol ribbons, flow
ers and notions ol all sorts, all ol which Wil
lie sold ut the lowest prices.
A cottage on Fifteenth street, hot sun
Wiuhlngton avenuo und Wtlnut streets,
Kor terms, inquire of White Jr Co., cor
ner Washington nvs.nue and Twentieth
K()K ISA Llv.
A fine lot for a residence : Lot 1 1, bloc!.
18, first ndditi. m. Price SOO cash. Ap
ply to Af.Kx. II Ihviv,
A fine cottage. Inqulro of
7-'J0-8t Grorqk Fishkb.
UN1VERSI T V
A.NT IHI.ISIIi It IK s,3U
lly oembcM of the society ol
dcil. und incorporated by an act of the
state legislature in It has experienced
uninterrupted success, und continues to of
lertlie student every facility tor acquiring
('fKktttcal sii.il I'oniiiieiclnl K.lnc illmi.
Ilulletliii aie sent three times a year to
the parents oruaMilaiiH of the stiiilciily, lo
Inform tliein ol Hit coiuluct, heulth ami
iinprovemeiit of their sons or wards. An
experienced phJslcUu dally UtW the in
stitution, uud the grialest care and utlen
tiou ure bestowed on the nick.
Ilnaril nnd tuition, per 5e-ion, ten
'I'iie next session beliu on September I.
Catalogues enntuliiiig instructions to par
ents, mid lull jiartlculurn, will be sent lice
011 upiillcatiou to
ItKV. J O. ZkaI.aND, a. J.,
President St. Louis University, St. I.oul-.
Missouri. 7-22 d.tw Im
I.ymiii lllotliett. ilefenilant. Is n
that on July 21, 1870, Mary M. Hladgetts.
eouiplalnaut, tiled her bill lu chancer).,
In the Alexander county circuit court, Mutes
of Illinois, lor divorce, and thut suld Milt i
now pending In said court. That thereupon
a siimmotis was Issued out of the cleik's
oltlee ol n 1I1I court iiiniinst vou, lelliriiuhle
on the fourth Tuesday In July, lB'Il, to :t
term ot said court, then lobe hidden ill tlm
court-house lu Cairo, In said county ami
state. Dated July 21st, 187.1.
Kkuuk.n s. Yocum, Clerk.
Samuel P. Wheeler.
There will he sold, ut public uuctlon, to
the highest bidder, at one o'clock p.m , 011
wkdnkwhay, july 23, 187.1,
At tlit naval station, Mound City, Illi
nois, uqiiuutlty ot
Consisting, In part, of Carpets, liureaui, Ta
bles, Chairs, Wushstands, etc, etc.
Tkkms ok Salic: Cash on day of sale
uud Immediate removal of goods required,
ily order of Commandant.
r iuncis i uii.LBi r, ,
Pav master, U. &. N.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is ir.(..t. lo suitiils misia ner l ''
I PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDEKJ letl at llalllday Hron. offlto
01110 lkvxk, or ai the Coal Yard below I tie
St. C'hiries Uuul, will receive prompt atltn.
t'.on, .piiB 'itja "Mohtauk" wtU brlus; t;
I'lficldt to stAAmen at ivny houi.r
21, IB, fS
Our IL Advorti-oiu
1 i rK"..
CITY NAT 10,
nre 1 II, Is W
JJAL HANK, OA I ltd
leerotary nd Tiosiiirei
A. It. 8AKKOI
S. H. TAYLUU
U, IIYSLOP, 1
P. M. IUuoi.si,
K, H, BrucsrisTH,
K. il, OCXMKUMIM,
OeiinalUoi ssa Ai
INTKKK3T faul on
per ariut. per annul,
brr 1st, Interfwt Qui it
JU'ely lo II principal
XlslDii them coinpoouJ
II. V. IUi.LU.si,
Uvnslls si the rst of sn
I.Msieli Istaail Mrpicni
Ittidrann Is .J.I. lumie
"of tlietlepuslts, tliereli)
INI) OlllI.lihKN MAY
LSSUSS fsW IT,
j rrom vn.iii. to s p.m.,
lor HAVIWt UKPoUITt
SO THAT 119 OKI I
Ousn emrr tiesluess c
anil r'aturday e?- .ex
uuly, rruin t in t o clock
TlLb CITY NATION A I,
Vi.V. HAt LIUAY.l
HitM'.Y L . IULL1I
A. H.rtAK roKU.Ca
Ilssuf I.. Hsu
Icj U. Wiujs
ib'titr Ii. C;a.iiena
W. P. Huiir,
Ml Halli-d Nd.ir
is stud FtflM.
1 aJ a csnsral h&ahfni
iriRsST liATlOjNAL RAiN'K
1 JIii.ler, I'resldent.
Chas ."Ci'.NMNGUiM, Cashier.
i-D i.I.r.m 7Nr PKf)MITLV M.iOK
t. no in, task uo'ei i.r.'l
C rltlBs ecujil.t siut sol J.
I' 1. it...
I ,tl rl 1 illiiaul nn lluie lln4lla.
HKM1S-V KNOWN & CO.
IJAC MA'aVUFAO'I'O ItKRS
AtiKNTs HoMii Corio.N .Mll.U
NO. BOOWo Let, Cfdro.
WAO v MANUFAUTOH i'
bale nt Wholesale or Itetail.
OOHNf It Hi!l)-HTKKKT AND OHIO l,t CI
mt J . i a 111,11;
KAKKKK A HI.AK15,
W.ALli PAPEK. PAIKrl
ft tjr, HattaliiK, linaulliii. v
I3fTX)0-W 3-X. A. 13 a '
AD.I tlie rolol.rstpit illurnlcaitn
LtJlLlilN" OOP ilTHHT. aoni
1 1 I, IN.' IS
WAI.J) iV KOHKHTS,
Dealkks is Window SiiAmts,
Wall Paper, Purs WniTH
Lkad, LiNHKSt) Oil
Spirits Tukpbntiti b, Gluk
SnnLiAf, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
WKelilut vii uvenue and Eleventh aticet,
Cviro, - . I1.LTHO1
NKW JOUK STOitfJ,
WHOLE3AXJ3 AND RETAIL.
LtROHJT TABIBTT S'.'CCK IK TfJE CITY
ooona sold ve.sy olose.
oinoror .tluetreulb utrwtf ''
(J. O. I'.tTIUlt
or. Kiev sti Hi Hint Poivlsr
Iniotms the public lint be hMcngW'i ,,ir
a:soa Klrst-ehsn Uore nhoer ami 'Hrr'u'i.
lonmntlfaeturoiiiidcpitirall H11 .SL1 W
inthlitude with npalr aud dlsput"-vt-a-in.
THE VIENHA EXPOSITION.
..owXsmV ''' ,n
Iff. lock eoniNts lu part of
-MAHSAILLH.'S, LLN'HaNS, '
ile will sl-o v II all other goods In piopui'tlou n.
Q JE3A.O?X.-V K223DTJ-Cnr) rXlXC35I3:
t3THe re-pcet silly soll.lt an e find nation ul hls.-tn. k.feelimr umred tha' none '.ettsr
can bu louml ill the dlj , "
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
OX AND Al'TRK
I will sell my entire stoek of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As I Am deUrrnined to -lose my prsul business ns socn Afpotilble.
AVOID ALL MISTAKES II IvItF AFTER. THI" STOCK.
WILL HKSOLDHTKICTI.Y FOR CASH
July 5, 1871.
C 0 P P E It
li R 0
CAlUiOL A T E OF
V VI K Al A X G
CA JM3 0 ii I (' -U'l J)
C II L 0 R I J) F. OF LI
ll 0 W 0
JTO'.n 9AIE A.T LOW F'7?lC3i
D H U Q- G I S T S ,
rOUNRK WASHINGTON AYHNI'H AND UKJ1ITH STItEET
OSI'O. 7-1 OHIO JhV HI
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
..:.-.iTi 1, li f S
till Il4's A AS
'tV',rt " -7
The Sslnt Charles l well and wid-iy kn'.vn;u the leading stid
LARGEST HOTEL IX SOimiEKN ILLINOIS
rloVirthe OTl" Wl'hiear"1"3
i .saint u niries i, limit 11 tlie tnost oll.l and Mibstaiiti.,1 mminrror hriek and
,rles In heWd. exelu-lve ol basement and altie, bun a irotitiiKe ol III) leet
ver, Vto leet on rteennd street and a vvlnK lor eullu.iry inirnoses : , In il, r, ,V.i
will bo largely ineiiused UiirlnK the Preset year hy the new' railroads ow I I K imllt Into
Cairo, and wIiohc depota will he In elose pioxlmlty lo the house
Parties vylshlnij to enxaKe In the hotel business mVH w ., CK(,P,,nt opportunity (9
puivhuse Ihi. entire property or one-third Interest with uiuiui,;eineiit of the Lus ,
ulent" ! M-fc vsl"',,,Mery -wn.iblu teni.f-, at low nKures. and easy pay
Or G. W. COCHRAN, "C lUT & lMVI3'
U l'erdldobtreet, New Orleans
ID LEW ILD MILLS
ji'ornerol Tweiil-je;oi,.i tiiet ,
1 tll'l Ohio Levee.. f
M" t' TKWl-lUllHIt H)RN MM,
in lots tu Mill the tr.iie
'--..,., mr his im,,,,,,
stock of IVI K 'tils,
R. II. CUNXING11AM.
M 0 0 II 1.0 K A L U M
LI M E
a X A T E 0 F P O T A 3 H,
FOW 1) B R ,
E R E U C Ii A R COAL
C SlU ex Jfw
A A BBillTH-
bUjP b:" " 'ml)et,0r 1,1 Ca,ro' P
I Iron, is
I HI l..n, ll.u
lor eullii.iry purises ; Is In thoroiiKh repair
?OOK F0" TW. TlLU0Ht
A Private (Viimselor la IbeMnrrlii
or Iboi. about to Mrrj. ca iLt bjii00f c. ,uf"
ItrlstaiiJ rtTtlatipntvrtbtMiualj,,!,,.',!, A:
Ut.,1 ..l...A.aPl.. I.. nmilnrlnv ?TnIl O't
fr,ii,rrsssrilnlliscuniplslon, Ao "illu fca
-ibis It in srsilio wora or I wo hsMrsit
Mgtt, with ouiusrout n-rmtin,.aj out 1?
Cls loforastloii for tbots wno l??'?
tomtiBpl.t. uisrrl.fs l still I Is a boi, u. t ou.Ll
lo bs unds r lock mf tsi 001 jij c.r.?iSii
boul lbs hou-. carslsMwls
I)r, Hulls' likfMf,"- b-tUMbiP&.i
sits 41MSSH ius la Us WE7 'iSSrilJj9Jua'
t.iuauia inianniiiuu luc iw,. waa ... . -.