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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1873
Wt rrqiifit HnkMrlkfn not recflT
Ins their pnr rrffiitnrlr lo repnrl
III a l!c I thin oltlce. ellhr pTon
oily or by oatftl Card.
Publication Office, Ballrtla Batldlac
WiublnKton Air mm.
Hrndlna mttroii cry P",.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 IIIi the Hborteet Kont
BUhty Mile the Mhrlet Hoate
NO CHANGE UK OARS
FHOM CAIKO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE OilANQE OP OAKS
OM OAlltO 10
Clnelnnstl, u.llD.polli, To!Mo.
Usirolt, CIUtid, ,"" f,u'
Buflslo, l'UUbui(t. W whlogtoii.
Unltlmore, Philadelphia! hew lork.
iiesioa ana u oiuib
Bt. I'ul and nit paints north.
1 bis U also the tnlj dllt-ct rMiteto
Div.klur, Hloomlniton, Npnnjtold,
Vkouk tiutncjr, C'',k'',k'
Burlington, llock ItlmJ, Ia S.lle.
Mendotn, Ihaon, Fieeport,
Jilena, Dubuque, Pious City
Omfth mil all point, northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Car
Un nil flight Trains.
D.gasre Checked 10 all Importnut point
For tlckelt nd informntino, apply to I. 0. K.R
depot st lroi on bord tne triiD.it etmer be
tweeu Co".ainbu nd t:lro, nd t tne prlnelp
Mllron 1 tlekrt orBcet throughout the .outb.
W. F. JOHMON. Oen'l r.ss. AK't. Chicago.
A MiTCiim, Gen'l. hup't. Chlc,no,
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OK TIME.
Passcmrer trains on the Illinois Central
change time t -day. Krom ami niter 2:40
p. in. to-day trains will run us lollows :
kxnrex. dully ... .4j p.'in.
Mail, except .Sunday . . . ,3:Ki a. m.
K.xprci-s, 0 . I-""-
Mall, dally except bunday i.11:5j p.m.
CAIKO. AHKAN3AS AND TEXAS R. It.
On nnd alter Tuoday.July 10, 1S73, trains
will run dally, except Sunday, between
Greenfield's landing and Iron Siding,
Missouri, as follows :
Leavo Greenfield's at 4:00 p.m.
Arrhc at Greenfield's ut l:r.." a.m.
Arrhe at Iron siding ut 7:15 p.m.
Leave Iron Siding at 0:1ft u.m.
TUV1 CAIRO AND VINCENNES
SUOHTEST P.OUTV. VKOM. CAIRO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Nlairra Kails,
Buffalo, rjltthur?, W'itjIiitoi),
Baltimore, lVjiliduljidla, New VorL.
Ho.ton auci nil Ei'lem l'oluts.
CUANGE OK TIME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1, 1S73, trains
will run ha follows :
using norm leave ualrout j.qo a.m.
uoilj; souui arrives at wuiro ,.., a.'Wp.m.
JMUND CJT- ACCOMMODATJO.V.
Leaven Cairo at . ..11:X a.m. and 0:00 p.m.
Arrive; at Cairo at.. 8:00 a.m. and 1:25 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vln-
ceunes at 12:20 p.iu., making direct connec
tiou at 12:30 p.m., with the Indianapolis aud
Viucenncd railroad Tor Indianapolis, thu
gteat railroad centre, from which point
train are departing ut all hour, (or all
voinu in the Culled s'tatcs and Canada. At
' M p.m. with the Evamvllle uud Craw
i llle railroad, for Terra Haute, ludla-
ii uj uu, uueago, iMiivniu ana uu points
ti, Ma tu terra llaute, Kvansvlllu and
Chlcoo railroad, and cal via the Vaudalla
line, ana inuianapons aim at. i.ouisrauroaa.
At VM p m with the Ohio ami MIsU.4ippl
railroad, for Cincinnati, l-mls Hie, and all
points cat, via Cincinnati.
l'ij-eiik'erK going by this route are placed
In InUhn.ipoli-, Cincinnati, Louisville, New
York, Uot n, Philadelphia, lUlttmore,
VahIn?ton, aud all eatern points, twelve
hours in advance of any other route.
Kxpresi train makes connection at Eldo
rado with St. Louis aud .Southeastern rail
way, tor bt. LouN, Mt. Vernon (Illinois),
bhawncetown, aud all points between Eldo
rado aud St Louis.
At Norrts O ty makes close connection
for Springneld, Hock island, and all points
on Springfield and Illinois Southeastern rail
way and coni eetioiis.
At Cannl with at. Louis. Evansvllle. Uen-
uersou auu .anviuu riiuwa
I Nashville ruilwuy lino, tor Mt.
Indiana), Evatisvllln, llendereon
..Na.biilllfl rrcimesseel. and all
Ijinton m, I,., (;., 11. and N. railway und
liajfe checked to all Important points.
ISTror tickets and lnl'onnatlou apply nt
thu ti -ket olllce, corner Seventh street und
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
.'so. I.le, Huu't. UllAS.O, Wood,
0-n. I'a'r and Ticket Ay't
it K. lil'r.NstpE, Agent. Cairo.
LOCAL WEATHER ItEPOUT.
C. S. Mu. Skk., wnsKI.VKR'8 OFPICK, 1
Cairo, .luly 23, 1S73, 10:11 p.m. J
Thennomottr 7s degrees.
' lnJ, northeast, velocity 0 miles per
Maximum uinpirature la-t 34 hours, W
Minimum temperature, la-t 21 hours, OS
l'tevalling wind t 24 hours, northeast.
Toul uuinbtr ot tulles wind travelled, last
21 hours, 02.
Edwin Oakland. Observer.
,1 , . .
...1. . inlL V IH,rrr',Rr-d BlR
year old bourbon wUl.key to b found only
ittthH Crystal mloon
nnd Cotnmercinl hvenuu,
,...v. v. . 1.WlklTl;l
Steau.m.a A: Lase.
C-25 1m Proprietors.
Hacks lor tlieJCalro, Arkoua and Texa
railroad, ktaitlng Irom White t.reer's
store, corner ol Sixth street and Ohio Wee,
run as follows:
Leavo at & a.m.
Arrive In city at 10 u.m.
" " &P .
0-b tt John Mkvkkh, Agent.
Regular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rate of f 20 per month. f-10-tf
Fine white; single nnd double -V aubir
tingle and double X Canary, best quullly of
iiunllla, blue letter, etc., etc. 50,000 for
ale, prlnlvd at W 60 lo 0 V) per thousand,
at the Bulletin Ofkick.
As warm weather l approaching the
lovers ot Ice cream will be gd to learn that
Menm. Haup tt Clarksoo have fitted up and
refurnished, In elegant style, their Ice cream
parlor. Their mammoth soda lountain bat
also been put In runnlug order, and nothing
la wantimx about the establishment to. make
the pleasure and coutort of tiielrjuuous
The "Iron S'tdos" roturn to SI. Louis.
Tits lluu.em i for snlo t nil tlio
ow standi In the city.
The Kiik brought out txly-llvo hogs
heads of tobacco from l'aducali yesterday.
Full stock Udits htti at lest than one-
third their value, at Uartman'i. 7-10 tf
The grand Jury are grinding out In
dictments at the rate of half a dozen par
The Mary Houston had a fair freight
list and a good trip of passengers for Cin
cinnati. Capt. Erask, river editor on tho Mem
phis 'Avalancho,' passed Cairo on his way
to St. Louis yesterday.
All kinds of sun pictures nt J . Schlostng-
or'i, Eighth stroet, between Washington
and Commercial avenues. T-lOtf.
The "Rover" discharged a largo lot
of freight here for. reshipmont, and took
part of hor tow to St. Louis.
The City of Helena brought 315
boxes of pearl for Chicago, and hat con
siderable freight for St. Lonls.
Tho best frosh meats In tho city aro to
be found ivt Kynaston's, eornor Twentieth
street and Commercial avenue 7-1 G-t f.
- Glass fruit Jars, porcelain lined, glass
topped at llarlm&n'i.
Sheriff Irvln will leavo on Sunday
next for Jolittt in chargo of prisoners sen
tencud at tho present term of tho circuit
("hnrles A. Iluhn, a prominent citir.cn
of Memphis, anil member of the city coun
cil of that city, passod through Cairo yes
terdny on his way to St. Louis.
If you want nn extra good steak or
roast of beef, mutton, veal or pork, go to
las. Kynaston'e. corner Twentieth streot
aud Commercial avenue. 7-lC-tf.
Thotowbo&t Beo succeeded in gottlng
her bargo off tho sand bar at St. Oene
vlevo, and arrived hero yesterday. She
will add one bariro at this port.
l'notographs and other pictures at J.
.''cnleslnger'i, Eighth street, betwoen
Washington anil Commercial avenues.
All kinds of jelly glaenos nt Hart
man's. 7.jC tft
Dick Fitzgerald's boarding house will
soon go beifcini: for tho want of boarders.
ouerui trvin will take about a dozen
. v, . . .... .....
mem iu done; w i i n m. IJiclt ii nut
The Burksvlllo brought twonty-llvo
tons er iron and flvo hogsheadt or tobacco
from Niibvillo. Hor ollicerg report tlio
Cumberland river as netting down to vorv
Jim. Kynaeton's is tho placo to buy
your fresh meat. The nicest, freshen beef,
veal, mutton and pork In tho city is to bo
louna at bis shop, corner Twentieth
Hreet and Commercial avenue. 7-lC-tf.
Tho Croscont City broko hor shaft
oght mlas below this city, and left hor
tow at the Missouri bank, and r.n
this city. The shaft is broken in ono of
the flanges. She may be able to bind It no
as xo roacn St. Louis.
Oan. Uartraan offers for salo his flno
spring wagon. It Is suitablo for eithor
family use or a delivery wagon, and ran
bo bought at a bargain. Any one .dusir
Ing a wagon of this kind should call upon
hint and learn his terms. 7-IP.tf
A couple of wenches bouueed a negro
man last ovening nt tho corner of Fourth
street and Commercial avenue, and for a
time it scorned as If thoy wero "too ninny"
for him. Hut ho finally got looso and In
lets time than it takes to tell it they worn
placed "horse de combat."
I. Eitzgernld at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth stroet and Commercial ave
nue, offers for sale Guinness' l'orter A
Buss' ales and pure Honnessy brandy,
and the genuine Asgosture bitters, all
flret-olass cholera cures. Try them.
The partloi to the Shores' church
1 quarrel aro all "agog" with excitement
I ,. ... . ,
pvor the forth-coming trial, which thoy
ny win come uoiuro ine present term of
tho circuit court. Tr.e court-houso yes
terday was nlivo with colored
peoplo who are either directly or In
directly interested in this matter.
C. llanny wishes the public to be in
formed that he has on hand a stock of
dry goods and carpets at oxtensive as any
in tho Southwest, and that he is dotorin-
inod to suit everything nt prices lower
than tho lowest. Call on him to-day and
examlno goods and prices. He will satisfy
you both as to quality and cost.
Full sized mosquito bars llfty cents a
pair, at llartman's. 7-1G tf.
The trltl of Willlum Campbell, col.
ored, for tho murder of Patrick
Doyle, matu of the steamboat
Grand Tower, will probably come up
in the circuit court in a day or two.
The ovldonci against Campbell is said to
I UU Ul H lllUSb UUIIWIUIIVO ClintHUtCI, KIIU IHU
U.. - . n1...t I. ....I ,1...
chances for a ilrsl-clatt hanging match in
Lbi, ..... ,,0(K.
Gents' half bote, C5 cents a dozen, at
llartman's. 7-10 tf
Mr. (j. Corbett Rotlen is prepared to
give iiulructlou on the pla'io and I
organ, and In tho elomontary princi
ples of music, In thorough bass and har
mony, el tli or In private lossons or clascs.
Mr.Iloden may bo found at Harmon's book
Here, on Commercial avenue, where all
information In regard to terms, etc , will
bo furnished. 7-20-31.
Tho bourd of diroctors of the Cairo
and .St. Louis railroad met itt St, Louis on
Wednesday last. The resignation of
Capt. Hurd as a director and secre
tary, and Judgo Hross was elected to till
tho vacnncy. Other businert of impor
tance was transacted, of which wu will
speak hereafter. Work will bo com
menced at this end of the nnd in a short
Dr. Lavarty, homoeopathUt physi
cian, late of Sbawneetowu, has located In
this city, and Intends making it hit homo
The doctor comes to Cairo well rocom
mended, aud lefurt to tho officers of tho
First National bank of Shawneotown, to
whom bo Is woll known, having practiced
his profession among the in for years. Ho
solicits a fair thare of thu patronage of
Fights woro the order of tho day yet
tsrday. A well-known grocery doalor
and an ex-fireman of tho Illinois Central
indulged in a bout at fiatl-cuff on the cor
ner of Tonth street and Washington avo
nuo. Tho grocery doalor' camo off first
best. And thon in a loveo taloon a couple
of well known boys endeavored to punch
holes in oach others hide!, but they wore
separated boforu eithor was seriously In
jured. Clark's thread Ave ceuts a spool at
llartman's. 7.10 tf.
John Brown, who on Wednesday last,
in the circuit court, wat sentenced to six
years in the penitentiary for horse steal
ing, is rather a dangerous character. By
some means he managed to, smuggle into
the Jail a huge dirk knife, which he suc
ceeded In keeping concealed until yester
day, when it was discovered by Sboriff
Irvin who took it from him. Brown has
told tho other prisoners conflnod with
him that he proposes to take the chances
and attempt to escape before he rcachot
Joliet. We far that if he attompts to
carry his throat into execution it will be
an unlucky hour when ho does so.
THE ROUGH AND UEADYS.
SOME 1NTEHESTING FACTS CON
CEUN1NG THE COMPANY.
We have boon furnishod the f jllowing
facts concerning tho organization of the
Hough and Itoady Firo company, and its
history 6ince that time:
Tho company was organized on tho l'Jth
day of July, ltd), the following named
persons enrolling tbemsolves as inembors
Louis B Wise,
II F Goodyear,
J M .Moss,
I) G Bryant,
Thomas II Vlnev
11 W Sadler,
O W Fry, Thomas Klein,
imam Uurrows, K Fry,
Jerrv Piorce, J Springer,
W A Shellon, W H Dibble,
Charles ltadsberry, J A Fry,
Hubert U Beard, Charles Eble.
Sincu the date of organization .'il'J per
sons havo enrollsd their names as mem
bers of the company. Of these 71 have
been oxpelled for non-payment of dues;
93 resigued their membership.
From July 21, 1800, to July 21, 1873,
tho company has lost 19 memburs by death
as follows :
Alonzo Hord, March 25, 1882; Gottlieb
Dinklocker, April 16, lSf.2 ; John Camp
bell, Docember 20, 1M2; Goorge Thrift,
May 11,1803; (!. Ohoulo, Soptember 27,
1803: W. II. Dibble, Soptember 28, 1A03 ;
Adam Ned, July 27, 187; Win. Bottler,
August 1H, 18G8; Louis Well, Octobor 20,
18C8; Charles Eble, September 30, 1 800 ;
itobert Jribaek, IMovnmbor 0, 1871 ; Ous
Bioland, March 28, 1872; Jos. B. Taylor,
August 10, 1872; Louis Nassano, Janu-
ary 10, 1873.
The following named trontlomon havo
served aa president of the company :
AiN.U. Dll)M, from Juy 21, 18C0, to
to Soptombor 28, 18C3.
John Maxey, from September 28, 1863,
to August -1, 1SC4.
11. J, Jimmlnsson, from August 4, lbH,
to August 7, 18C4.
Phil Howard, from August 7, 1604, to
Novomber 0, 1804.
W. T. lleurwart served the company as
president four years. John II. Oberly
served one, after which Judge F, Hross
was elected, and still holds the position.
isinco their organization tho Hough and
Ready Flro company has responded to
almost every tiro alarm, and whonover oc
casion requtrod hat done noble servlcti
and to-day can Jhow a record second to
no other organization in the city.
PROCEEDINGS OK TUB CIRCUIT
Circuit court re-assembled at 8 o'clock
yesterday morning, when the criminal
docket was commenced.
William McOlintock was brought into
court aud plead guilty to horse stealing.
Ho was sentenced to tho penitentiary for
William Sullivan, the man who tome
time ago ontorod tho houso of Mr. John
B. Phlliis,and stole thorofrom savoral artl-
tlcles of bed clothing, etc., plead guilty,
and was sentoncod te the penitentiary for
the term of ono year.
John W. Adams, for stealing a coat, tho
property ot T. II. Almon, wat tried and
toutencod to tho penitentiary for tho term
of two yt an,
Charles Wilton, colorod, charged with
stealing m considerable aum of inonoy from
m. Elliott, was placed upon trial, and
number of witnesses In the case examined
The remainder of tho tostimony will bo
hoard this morning when the case will be
given to tho Jury.
At 0 o'clock court adjourned until 3
uuelnoi was not very lively in tho
police court yesterday, ono or two persons
woro brought up and thoy on minor
John Hippie, dUordorly conduct was
taxed 45 and cost. He had no money and
couiu not pay his fine; he wanted to leave
tho city aud If the "court would let him oil
mis nine to neip nim Moses" he would
not got drunk and bo ditorderly any moro.
uuv 1110 city was in ueod of laborers and
Hippie beini! a rood, healthv t,i,tu.i,l.i
t wus decided that ho was Just the tort of
a luliow to do good tervica on thostreetr
I lvo days In the ealabooo wat set oppo
site his name.
Henry Adam Jacobs, a colorod boy ot
about flfty.rtvo summer?, met a colored
lady, and to hor he used some very uu
gentlemanly language. He was arretted
and brought btoi bis nonor. Bird, who
decided that 11. A. J. was a bad boy, and
should be tent up for Just Ave days, Mc
Cartby will feed him for that length of
A Cue lot for it residoncet Let 11, block
IB, first addltlou. Price $300 cash. Ap
ply to Alkx. II. Irvin.
I will sell my residence property on Sev
enth street, between Wellington avenue
and Walnut street, comprising six lots, run
nlng through from Sixth to Sovcnth streets,
with Uno dwelling-house, carriage liotiie,
stable, well, fruit tree, grapery, etc., etc.
all In prime condition.
Also the tine btiMiics Maud, Xo. UI1I0
Also l.VJ ai res excellent fruit or farming
land, on the Ohio river, adjoining the town
ot Caledonia. 1'ulaskl county, half mile
from a station on the C. and V. railroad.
One hundred acres under cultivation.
Alio a line lot, 3J acre?, with a good farm
house thereon, situated In Villa Itldge, a
bcautlliil place, well slocked with choice
Also two lots at the coriier ol Third slrect
and the levee.
Also three good drays, and three sets of
dray harness; a two-.ior?e wago i, nearly
new, with double harness.
Prices and terms reasonable.
CAllto, July 19, 1873. 0. Hunt).
E X C L'KSION TO DENV E 11.
M. and Sr. L. Packet Company, l
Aoknt'b OrncK, Cairo, July 1, 1873. j
The Memphis and St. Louis Packet
compnny now offor for salo round trip
tickets from Cairo to Denver and roturr.
good for nlnoty days from date ol
salo. Also regular tickets on sain for
Kansas City, Omaha, Topoka, Lawrcnc",
Ssn Francisco and all principal polntrt
wot, and by river and rail to nil points
south. For further information call at
tho company's ollico, No. 71 Ohio lovoo,
un lor Citv National bank. Cairo, Illinois.
J am km MALt.onr, 1'icknt Ag't.
Sol,. A. Silver, Pasonger Ag't.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Mccsrs. H. bmytho Co., intend re
moving tbclr entire stock of goods from
their old stand, on the Ohio livee, to tho
ono occupied by them at tho corner of
Nineteenth and Commercial avonuv, hav.
ing met with a success in their new store
far beyond thoir most sanguine oxpecta
tlons, they have concluded to consolidate
for the present at least, their business
In tho moantimo their storo house on tho
lovce will bo given a thorough ovorlmul
in,'; and placed in perfect ropair. Thank
ing the public for past lavorsthey roped
fully solicit a continuance of the samo.
KYNASTO.N TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynaston, whoe reputation a
a btlUhor U par excellent with the people
ol tbl citv, has opened a new meat
shop near the corner of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth street, next door to Mr. Pat
IturA's grocerv store. It I-a welt Inown and
ticlnowledgcd fact that Mr. Kynaton, dur
ing hli long experience in the meat biisl
ncss In this city, never oflered to his cu-tom
crs niiythlug but the choicest ot every Jlnd
of meat. Ho is a good Judge of cuttle, and
buys nothing but the oungcst and (attest,
aud as a consequence has the best of beef.
The same may be said of every kind of meat
sold by him. Give him atrial, aud our word
lor it, you will always be ploased. 0-lH-tt
A NEW KIRST-OLASS I1ARHEH
SHOP. Mollenry Roe & Co., of New Orleans,
have come to this city to stay, and Imvo
fitted up a tlrst class barber-shop on Com
mercial avonue in tho room next to Han
non's book store, lately occupied by Stu
art & Gholson as a dry goods store. Tho
workmon aro all first-class and are pre
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc., in
the very latest styles. All they ask is a
trial. They respectfully solicit a share of
public patronage. McIIenhy Rok & Co,
FOR.SALE OR RENT.
A two-ttory house on Commercial ave-
nuo near the corner of Nineteenth stroet.
The house is forty feet long by twenty-
two foet wide. It contains ten rooms and
kitchen, and a good cistern and neressary
out-houtes are attached lo it. It is wull
ventilated and woll adapted for a business
house or dwelling. It is In r business part
of the city and has been newly painted
and ronovatod Inside and out. Apply to
River Shannon House, Ohio Leveo,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-8-1 m.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A rare chance Is offered to tome man
with money to invest in good paying
property in tho most desirable part of tho
city. Two lots, fiO foot front on the ave
nue, houso 3 stories. Two largo ttorot
can bo fitted up on tho first tloor, tho up
per stories are well arranged for offices or
dwolllngs. For further particulars en
quire of John Q,. Harman ic Co.,
0-l-tf Real Estato Agents, Cairo, Ills
I will rent my houso on Ninth stroet,
butweon Walnut and Cedar, with furni-
turo or othorwiso. The house contains
Uvo good rooms, good closatt, a good
cistern, and has comfortable yard room,
a good wood-houso, washroom, etc.
Apply at Illinois Central ticket olllce.
7-lOlw. Jamks B. Sheldon.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial aud Washington avenues, has
just opened out s stock of new and fashion
ablo millinery goods. She hat ono hundred
and fifty different stylesof hats and bonnets,
beside a largo assortment ot ribbons, (low-
era and notions ot all sorts, all ot which wil
bo sold ut the lowest prices.
A mlddle-accd woman can get constant
work in washing, ironing and house
cleaning by applying to B. F. Biirnslde,
agent Cairo and Vlncunnos railroad.
Gorman woman proforrel. 7-23tf
CATRO CITY COAL
N wfjirl to 4iiUr 0 litJ ii'i
LHTTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Halllday llros. ofllce. r
ooL"VEE.oratthe Coal Yard below the
?t Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tlon. The Too ImohtaUk'' will bring nosl
lonirslde to steamer at any bout r
UYLAND & SAUEU,
AND nCALKHB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Corner 10th street und Commercial nvenu
next door to the Hylalid saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DKALKK IN
Eiuhtii Strket, Betwkem Wabuinoto
iri.tolntng Ul'teohouae und llnnny'x
Keop the beet cr Beet, Pork, Mutton el
Lnib, Suine, eto., ni are prepsre-i 10 title
otlueae lu 11m most aocci-tkuiu uiauurr,
(Sucees-'or to James Kynaston,)
HuTCiiBit anu Dealer ik all Kt.vits ot
Corner Nlvetemth a.nd PorLAit Sti.,
liuya and slaughters only tho best rattle,
nogs anil euoep, ami is prepareu iu mi mi
uomanu lor iresu meant irom une poiinu iu
ten tnousanu pounds.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
AN'tl IlEAI.KIt IN
ALL KINDS OF I'HESH .MEATS.
.Near i-or. Twentieth Nlrert KiiU t'wm-
liny and slitighters only the best Cattle,
nogs ami sueep. anca is prepared 10 mi op
tiers for i-rein .Meat irnui one to leu inou-
-and iound. 7-2211
st. 1,0 r is
rNl VEKS IT Y
KNTABLINIIICll IX ll-'l
llv members of the society of
.le.ua. nnd iiieoruoruted bv uu act ol the
tatc legislature in 1NI2, it ha experienced
uninterrupted success, ami eoniintics 10 oi-
fertile student eery lariuty lor acquiring
4'lusalt'al anil ('oniiiieri'litl Kiluratiiin.
Bulletins aie sent three times a year to
the parents or guardians of thu students, to
iiiionn uiem ot tne contiuct, neaiiu ami
Improvement of their sons or wards. An
experienced phvslelan dally visits the in
stitution, anu tlio greatest eare anu alien-
tlon are liesiowcil on tne sick.
'i hums :
Bourd and tuition, per session, ten
1110 uext seision uegius on acpiuinuer 1,
Catalocriies contaluliiL' lnstnictlon to par
ents, and full particular, will be sent free
on uppucauou in
Itr.v. .1. (1. ZKAl.tND. S. J
President St. Louis L'nlverslty, St. Louis,
jiissourt. u.vw uu
Lvinaii ItloilL'ett. defendant, is notified
that on July 21. 1873. Mary M. Itlodirett.
complainant, filed her bill in chancery,
In the Alexander county circuit court, state
of Illinois, for divorce, and that said suit is
now pending in said court. That thereupon
a summons was i-sticd out of the clerk's
office ot stld court atralnst vou. returnable
on the fourth Tuesday in July, ltti.'J, ton
term ot said court, then to be holden at the
court-house In Cairo, iu said couuty and
state, u-ticu fitly atst,
ItKtinKN S. Yocl'.m, Clerk.
Samuel P. Wheeler.
Theie will be sold, at public auction, to
the highest bliMr.r, at one o ciock p.m.,
wkpnkniiay, JULV Bl, 157-1,
At the naval station, Mound City, Illi
nois, a quiintlty ol
Consisting, in part, of Carpets, liureaus, Ta
bles. Chulrs. WashstunilH. etc. etc.
Tkk.ms of riAi.K: Cash on day of sale
and immediate removal of goods required.
Ily order ol commandant.
KltANCIft T G ILLICIT.
7-22-21 Paymaster, U. S. N.
D 1 1. a I
NEW YORK STOttE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
..mi in TIIK OtTT
LABOEST Yi -
GOODS SOLD VKBY CLOSE.
0, o. PATIKR
Of Cairo, In the lead, and In older lo make rooin fur lit liiiinen-ic (link ol l.il) ceod.
iiowuder-i his entire stock of
- SUMMER GOODS AT COST
UN Moek eniisi'ls III part of '
GRENADINES, ' LAWNS,
He will also sell all other goods in proportion a:
GEEATI-Y RH3rTJCE3D 3?R,ICniS:
XTTIlo rcspect'ully solicit an examlnatinn ol hU "toel., feeling niiire-l tlm' none hetter
can he found In the :lty.
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
ON AND A FT Ell
I will sell my
AT ACTUAL COST
At 1 am determined to close out my preieiiV busiiie-t us toon nipotsible,
X. II. TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES HE HE A IT Eli, THi f-TOCK
WILL HE SOLI" STHIl'TLV FOE
July 6, li73.
C O r J' Ii It A S1
C A R JJ O L A T E O F L
V E R M A N G A
C A R R O L I C ACID
CHLORIDE OF L I
V O W J)
xor S-A-H-e: jrv low
COHNEK WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGHTH STltEET.
ISTO. 74, OHIO LliVEl
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
The SjIiiI Ch irlcs Is well and widely kiifivn;.n the leading uud
LARGEST HOTEL IX S0ITTIIERN ILLINOIS
And In all tho appointments of a lir-t-el.i.s hoiio, hat no romnetlor In Cairo, and no supe
rior Iu tlio statu outside of Chlraco.
The Ntlnt Charles Is liullt In tlio most solid and MiliMantlal manner of brick and Iron, is
four stories in height, exclusive of basement nnd utile, lias a trontage ot 110 feet on the
Ohio river, 12.'i left on Second stleet unda wing tor eiilluiry purposes : Is In thorough repair
and will comfortably accoinmoilulo 2iK) guets. is now doing a tine paving bu-luess, which
will be largely Inert a-ed during the preset year by tlm new railroads 'now being built Into
uairo, auu wnooo uepois win uu in ciomj proximity to tlio Iiollxc,
Parties wlshlnif to engage In thu hotel business havo now an excellent opportunity to
purchase the entire property, or one-thlrd Interest with management of tlm business in
cluding liirnltiiru and good will, on very reasonable terms, at low figures, ami easy jiay
Caro of Tieknor A- Co.. ST. LOUIS.
Or 0. W. COCHRAN,
44 PcrdldoStreet, New Orleans.
Ciirnei ot Twniitv-seiiiinl stleul
M. D. Gl'NTER,
CHOICE STEAM-UHIKD CORN MEAL
In lots to tuit the trade,
t3TOrduri solicited. 7-lli
entire stock of
O CHLORAL I'M
I M 11 ,
N A T E O F l'OTASH,
E R E JJ C llAlirOAL.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION
I II Mil Mill M
A PrlVHtetouuarlor to tliolf nrrlvd
cr those .bout to M.rry. oa lb. "aC".!''!,.
l.l.,ldl,cov.rlt.ln producing aud ,"Atu off!
t This Is u l'-5rtlne work of twoLr-hed anl
lit p.gti. with nuuijrou. njrarlnes .adcouifli
-,.lut,. Inforrostlou for tboti Twbo it 2?.,ViiJ5
cuDt.uu.lat u.rrl.Jl.l still It i, ? ok fflS2
lo U uudr lock ni. kejr tui Dot Uid c.r.t.'.iS
bout lb. hou... ul '" arli.ljp
,iiuimhitoj. f'ii) h, rm.r.... ...
liIVT ii.. m na C.iJ "u? iZ?J'l(inV
a t'M simum mUmn l, u, ,"t7? fjy" r k mm.