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ILLINOIS CENTRAL K H
H BIlMlhfi nlinrtral Itmilr
Eighty mieatli BhorUM Hon if
NO UUANOK OF OAKS
FBOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS Oil CHICAGO.
ONLY ONK ORANGE OF OA US
OM OA I KO TO
Claelnaall, i..tlaaapoll, ToleJi),
Detroit, ClerelMiJ, Ma,tara rail
mosaic I'lttKbuii!, V.hlnKton.
Halttroorf, Philadelphia, Nw York,
Uoilcn and all poiols ct.
Utlauki, JknrKillle, ,Mlln,
l..Cros. tit. Paul oJ !l palalx north.
Thla l also tli only direct rmiteto
Uecatur, Nlootnlngloa, Nnnflil,
I'torla, (lulncj, Unoktik,
HurliCKtoa, lloek Island, l. Halle,
Jludou, liuon, Kneport,
Ualena, DiilKj'iuo, Sloui Cltjr,
Omaha and all point norttiwfit.
Elegant Drawing Koom Sleeping 0a
On hll Night Trains.
l'WR Checked to all Important points.
For tickets ami Information, Rl.r to I. C, H.H
Japotat alro; on hoard th transit steamer-!.
teu Columbus and Cairo, und at llie prluclp
IkllroaJ ticket ofScaa tliroUKlioitt the south.
W. P JOHN-SON, Oen'l fKtr. An't, Chlcas,o.
A. M unit 11, Cieni. tsup't. OMeoo.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
Fasseinrrr trains on tlio Illinois Central
change time to-day. From and alter U'.io.
p, 111. to-day trains will rjm as follows :
Express, dully . . . ,4-M .;iu
Mall, except Sunday ... .U:ir a. lu
Kxprc, .. 2:10 p. m.,
Hail, dally except Sunday . .Il:." ji. in.
RAILROAD tTmK TAIILK.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TK.YA8 K. K.
Ou and alter Tuesday.July 10, 1873, trains
will run dally, except Sunday, between
Oreenlicld's landing and Iron Hiding,
Mls-ourl. at follows:
l.ea0 (IrcentlcM's at ... 4KM p,ln.
Arrltualdrceuthid'x at ... !':fr a.m.
Arrlvi; at Iron Siding at 7: 1 ft p. m.
Leave Iron hiding at . . . . i:l." a.m.
TUV. UMttO A.K1) VINCHNNK.S
C.!Hj.iiid, -Magni Kalli,
rtilladcln Ida. New VnM.-
llfMlon ami all Kiteru I'olnis
Un and alter Tiic-ilay,
u.lll . .11- . '
Mil) 1, ir.dm
null 111! M 1UI1UIVS ;
OoluKnortli leaves Cairo ut 4:ni)n.m.
UoIuk xoiiUj arrho at Calm at . . . . :J:I0 p. in,
MOUND CITY ACCOMMODATION.
aiiu ui. ... ii'. a.m. una ii'.ixi p. ill,
Arrlven at Cairo at. .S-.oo, a.iu. and t:'iO p.ni,
ThuexpreM train north aulven at Vln
ceimoH at I'li'W p.ni,, iimlilni; direct coiiiiih'
lion ut 12:30 p.m., with tlio Indianapolis and
Vluccnues railroad lor ludlnii.ipoli, lint
((real railroad celiffe, lioui ulilcli point
traim aio ilepartlli; at all liour. lor all
uolnln in tbu United Stain and Canada. At
IV-ri3p.ui. with the Kanvllltf ami Craic
t 'lUvhllle railroad, fur Terra Haute, I lull i.
napolif, Chicago, Oanvlllc and nil polnl.
north, via tlio Terra Haute, Kv.nmlllu and
Cbtcogo railroad, and van la Hie t aiidalla
Hue, and Indlanapoll- audM, Louie railroad.
At p tn with the Ohio ami .MKxlniiil
railroad, for Cincinnati, l.ntilille. ami all
inniiu eat, Ia Cincinnati
I'asueu'er L'Olnx h) thisiouto are placed
lu lndiaiiapnin,Clnciunall, l.ouiillr, .Sew
Vork, llu-ton, ridladclphiu, lltltlmore,
Wathlngton, and all cateru point, twehu
hours in advance of any other route.
KxpreM tram makes connection at Eldo
rado with M. l.uuh and Mnilliuaft.Tii rail
way, lor M. Loul., Mt, Vernon (Hllnnli,
Shawueetowu, and all poinlo hetMeeu KMn
rado and St. l.oilK
At 'orris City tuakca clo-e eounectlon
for Sprliigtleld, Hock Maud, and all pointH
on Springtield and Illinois MinilicaMcni rail
ay and connection..
At Cannl with St. l,ou., Kanille, Hon
derson and Nashville railway line, lor Mt.
Vernon (Indiana;, Kvaiisvilla, llcuderton
(Kentucky), .VafinllllB t rennussue), and idl
potntu on st. 1.., K., II. and N. rallwnv and
Kac'c checked to all Important point".
J38"F5rtlel;ct and information apply nl
the ticket olllce, comer Scvenlh hlreel and
Commercial menup, Cairo, llllnol-.
.Ixo. Lkk, Sup't. Uiias. O, Wooii,
(Jon. 1'nn'r and Ticket Ac't
11. F. Huiin.idh, Agent, Cairo.
LOCAL IVEATIIEIt Itr.l'OHT.
, 8. SlO. SKH., OlISKKVKH'U OFKICK,
1-Aino, .niiy in, iP7ii, io n ii.in
'J'henngmttcr 70 degree".
Wind, northeast, velocity :i milt
Maximum temperature last it iiotirs,
Mlnlinuui temperature, lust ill hourn, 7.1
t'rcvalllng wind last 'U hours northwest
TotaUuwbcr or uillen wind tr:n elicit, la.-l
-a uoui, ill).
Vi.tviu (i... . ... wirrvci
Ilest ScoUh ule, stem p0,ur( Knd eight
year-old bourbon whiskey lobe found only
at tbo Crystal saloon, corner of Slxtlutreet
and Commercial avenue.
Stkaoala A Lask,
CHS Jm l'roprieloit.
Hack's lor llie.o.'ino, .rl.aiia- uinl 'ivxa
railroad, hlartlug fiom White ,V Oieei
ttorv, corner ol hJi.vlh street audoino ieec,
rim at follows
Leave ut a.m.
" 4 p.m.
John ilKVKits, Agent.
Jteguhr boarders ut the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, rceeUc board at
the rale of fiQ per month. .VUMf
Fine white j single and double A' umber
tingle aud double XCanaty, Lost ipulity ol
maiUlla, blue letter, et etc. (ii),(m for
ale, printed at 3 W) to (J W) per thousand,
At the JIDLLKTIN OFKICK, "
At wanu weatber I. approaching the
lovem ol lee cream will be glad to learn that
Meter. Saup .tClarkaou ba.; niivj UIJ unj
refurnUhed, In elegant ttyle, tbtiricu iream
purloin. Their mammoth toda Inimtuln has
alio beeu put lu running order, aud nothing
(.wanting about the -udubllthmeul to make
Koleastire aud voiulurt uf tbelrpatrona
Me, 1- j II
At II o'clock, Albert John Walth,
Aged one yoar And tliroo tuontht. Son of
lolin And MargAret Walsh. 'J'liu funeral
will take place on tho MnetPfliith street
tpocial train At Hie usual tinii'.
A tn o clock last night, of I. rain dlsrae,
Catherine Murphy, Infant daughter or
Widow Murphy, ageJ 11 mouths und I'D
dayt. Kunoral servlct'i At corner or uivu
ion and l'oplr itreol' nt 1 o clocli tolAj'.
Irletxh of tlio family are Inviled to at
Full itock ladiut liati at 1cm Hiau ouo
third their valuo, at llArtinan'i. 7-1C tf
All kindi of tun pictures at J.Schloiliij;
or't, Klghth ttrcot, hetwoen 'Vinhln(;ton
And Commorcittlavonuc. 7-lOlf,
UIaii fruit jart, porcnlnln lined, la'!
toppod at IUrlmati'i. i
1'hotOijrAphi And other picture. at .1
Hcblcslncor's, Kihth itroet, tutw.iou
AVanhlngton and C'ointnercittl avenue. I
All kinds of jelly glares nt Hart-
uian'i. 7-10 if.
Tlio Cairo und Ylnconnet railroad
company have put down a good crossing
over their track at Tlilrty-second ttreel.
I'hu pcoplo who urn tliui buncilted nro Jti-
Onti. llntttiikn oilers for salo his llnu
spring wagon. It la tultablo for ottber
family uto or a delivery wagon, and can
bu bought at a bargain. Any ono desir
ing a wagon ot this kind ahould call upon
hlui and learn his terms. 7-l'.i-tf
llov. Dr. Mason of Clinton, Kontucky,
will prcacU nt tha ChrisUin church, ou
Klubleenth street, bolween Washington
and "Walnut, In thi) city, thU oveulng and
to-morrow morniui' and ovening, nl the
usual hour'. T-'JO-'Jt
Clark'a thrnail 11 vo cnutt a spool nt
UartniAU. 7-lli tf.
1'. Fitzgerald At his rooms, corner
Fourteenth streut and Commercial ave
nue, olh rii lor talu duinneu l orter V'
lines' ales and puro Ilenncsiiy brandy,
and tlio genuinu Ar.gosturo bitters, all
llrit-claiK cholera cure. Try them
A darieo will bo glvon
Cairo Turner Soeioty
.Monday ovenlng, .Inly 'JS.
Attention Is called to tho notico ol
Col. Wood, geiiiirnl frolght ami passenger
agent ol tbo Cairo and Yinccnnes rail
road, witli rcforoncu to tho running of nc
commoilatlon tratn.". Tho running of
thee trains mint provo n groat ronveni'
enro to thoto of uur huiineis men who
livo in the upper part of the city,
t). Uanuy wishes tbo public to bo in.
formed that bo hu on hand a stock of
dry gooda mm enrputa ua exlonatvo ua any
In liu HoulUwust, and that .ho is determ
ined to sell (iVHrytbiug ut prices lower
than tho lowest. Call on bliu to-dav mid
oXAiiiInogiiods and prices. lie will satisfy
you both as to rju.'illt) and co.t.
Full sized inoqiIto bars llfly rents
pair, at Ilf.rtman'n. 7-IH If.
.Montng den Hdton .lull. IH7H,
Kintritt, - r() cents
- Dr. I.avarty, bomoeopatbist physi
cian, lato of Shawnnotown, bus located In
this city, and intends making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo wall rucom
mended, ana refer to tbo otlicors of tho
First Natioiml bank of Hhawriectown, to
whom ho is well known, having practiced
tils profc'sinn among them for years. Ho
solicit u fair sliaro df tlio patronage of
bote, Cj cents a
Dr. Arter Is spending a fow weeks ut
tbn Crittoudon springs in Kentucky.
Hon.O. W.Kitchonof Carllnvllle, 11-
linos, was at tho St. Chnrlos hotel vestet-
.Mr. 0. N. Sbipnian, a prominent citi
r.on of Chicago, is in thn city Attending
Mr. .las. lloll of Ullln, principal
share holder in tho Cairo box and basket
factory, waa in thu city yctterday.
Shorill Irvln has gono to Jollet in
churgo of it number of pritonort sentenced
at tho present term of thu circuit court.
Thoinus Hart, alias Thomas Mullin,
tho man who passed tbo counterfeit s.'io
tin iu iui uu 14 tu. navt ago, was ox-
atnlncd boforo I'niled Stntos Commit-
tlonur Candco yesterday, and held to ball
in the mm of 0OO.
It was reported on tho tlruots lait
evening that .Mr. "W. F. l'itchor, Sr., who
lull Cairo a day or two ago Inlondlng to
accompany Mrt. Fitcbor and onu or two
of thoir children us far as Chicago on
their way to New Jersey, whero they in
tend spending u part ul tbo aumnier, be
fore reaching Centralia was taken
violently tick and compelled to return
home, where ho arrived yesterday after
noon, lie is reported tn bo very tick, but
wo failed to learn tho imturo of tbo ills
ease. The following aro thouames of guests
registered at tho St. Chariot hotel yester.
day: Alex. H Koye, city, Chariot F
Huberts, Chicago, John Jlmuilson, Soy.
mour,!owa; A lex. Kuhn, St, Loult; El
bert Dtdd, llloomllold, Ml.tourl; W 0
JCribben, St. Louis, J JWIuillo, Coving,
ton, Kentucky ; John Faytou, Chicago i
l'unl Emmet and ton, Xauesville, Ohio,
Jo.epb O l'attjm', Dotrlot, Michigan , ,1
M Stevenson, Winchester, Yirginiu ; E
M Dudley, Chicago, and CI Fluilps, Cell
wa n Ted,
A middle-aged woman can get t oiittnu
work in washing, ironing and bouse
cleaning by applying to II. J JSuoitldo,
agent Cairo and YHichiiucs railroad
Ul nun wmnau prufvrrol 7 TMt
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY
"A hotbed ol diion, a place without
onejiltiglo quality, in earth, or air, or wa
ter, to commond it; inch In this dismal
Cairo." Many of tho readers of Tub
lltll.I.F.Tl.v are familiar with the fcbovo ex
tract from Cha. Jllckena' deicrlptloit of
Cairo. This description lu all probability
was applicable to Cairn at tbn tituo,
but that this report and other of n
llko nature which Imvo ninaiiat.td
from brains of p8iinc iriribbler- who
bad neither the doalre nor honestv t in
qulro Into tho truo facta, hut who wrote
a rehash or tho old calumnies handed
down since tho visit of Cbas. Dickens und
published as facts that had como under
their personal observation ; that theno as
sertions should bu Applied to tbo Cairo of
to-day by right-minded pooplo through
those scribblers is ah Imposition, both on
our city and tbo persons in question,
Auyono who U acquainted with Cairo will
not deny tho assertion that Cairo it one of
tho healthiest, iT not tho hoalthioH city in
I'nltcd .States, Kvldonco in support of
tho assertion sutllciont to con
vince tbo most skeptical can hi) ad
duced, but It I- aufliciont for our purpose to
point to the fact that while other
cities Iiavo sutleroJ from tho ravages of
small-pox and cholera Cairo, as yet, came
out unscathed. All tho cltius on tho Ohio
and Mississippi rivers, from Cincinnati 1
And St. J. on Is to New Orleans, bavo this
season sutlercd in it gtenter or 1cm degree
from cholera. Nashville, Memphis, .Mt.
Yertion, l'aducah, Ht. Louis, Chicago, and
in tbo country liilervcnltii;,
from within llvo to II vo hundred
of Cairo, has sullerodi
and Cairo has escaped, nltuoiigli sur
rounded on nil sides by tho disease.
Tho local causes that have pro
duced this immunity from dipcno aro too
well known to need comment, and wuru it
not for thoso cause 1 have no doubt mil
that Cairo would ilesorvu tbo tiaunj that
sho has abroad. And ono ronton not goner- (
ally known, while travellers will reason
that it is unhealthy, is, thai being at tlio
junction of tho two river, tteaui
boaU passing up and down these rivers,
have been lu the habit of putting
oil' thoir aid: and disoasud with impunity,
to lay In our wharvi).. It Is thcst ema
ciated and sickly denizens of other places
that are taken to bo citions of Cairo by
tlm casual observer. Oiiikn.
I'HOtKKDINGS OF Til K CIIK'IMT
CO I TUT YESTKJSDAY.
DAY IN TDK
In the circuit court yesterih.v, Laac
Wilson, colored, indicted tor stealine: two
barrols of Hour from tho commission house
, ( fJ
in i . cum, wua irieu, mo jury returning a
verdict of guilty, und IWIng his lerui ot
Imprisonment at four years lu the penl -
fontlArv A liittiiiti I'nr 11 time lri.,1 WttM
Tho lury in the cnui of .las. Harrl.,
under trial lor stabbing stiu Turnor at
the latter' saloon iu this oily, on tho night
of Juno k'5, 1873, after being out several
hours returned a vordiet of "not guilty.'
Harris was immediately ru-arrcsted ou an
Indictment presented by tbo grand jury
for committing an assault with Intent to
commit innrdnr upon thu person ol" .
Ilurris will probably have his second trial
ut tile present term ot court.
Only two casus wore tried jester Jay he
fore Judge llro's in police court.
Elizabeth Stub, (barged with being
drunk and disorderly, was lined two dol
lars and costs. She was granted u etuy of
execution, provided -ho wnuld leave thn
Julia Lee lor using "abusive and oll'eu
sive. langilago" was lined livo dollars und
tho usual costs- Shu could not pay the
line aud consepienly went to the eala.
booio Icr tlx days.
lloforo J.J. Ilird, V. M., u negro man
named Wooloy was tried for abusive
language. 'I'ho evidence against him was
too lllmsy 'to convict, and Wooloy was
THK HOYS WHO AUK TO LAIiOU
FOIt Til E .STATU "ON
ThU afternoon by tho S!. 10 trAin Shorill'
Irvln will atari fur Jollet taking with
him tho following prisoners, tried, con
victed and sontmiced at the jirewoi term
ol tbo circuit court
Kruor S. Vincent, stealing a steer, two
und a ball years.
William Sullivan, burglary, ono year.
William Ilurko, buiglary, two years.
Win 11. F. McClintock, stealing a cow,
John M. Adams, laicony, two years.
Chester Allen, larceny, eighteen
John Urown, horse thief, s yoart
William Host, robbery, two your-.
A COITLK OF FLSII KUM AN (A TO 1 1
A HUMAN IIODY.
Yesterday afternoon tho dead body of a
white man was lllicd cut of the Ohio
river, at a point u short distance below
Halliday llrothor warehouse, by a eon
plo ot iithormau. Thu body was badly
decomposed, und presosontod a slekenlng
sight. 'To all appearances It was that f
n man thirty-live or eight yean of ago,
and About llvo foot seven or tlnl.t inpbi .
J high. A "hickory ahlrl' und "checkered
panta" was nil that covered the body. No
papers or otbor articles by wh. h deceafed
could be recognized were foiind ubout b
Curoiier Goatmau buhl uu iii , ui j,
tho remains, ami the jury returned a er.
diet .i' 'actideiitul drowuini'
THK STKAMKK JKNN1K UOWEIJ,
SUNK NI1AH SI1AW-NF.I-.TOWN.
WOMAN AND TWO (
HHKN KNOWN TO UK
K KM A I H 1 N'(I l'AHSKNOKUS
AND CHEW 11KSOHKD It Y
Till'. t ICICSTKI'
(Arrival and departure of tealnboals lor
1 ... r t II.... ......
tlio IWeniy-IOlir linuir eieuui; ni iiiiiu
to.. Hal.riiav. .liny :, i..i
Steamor .Mohawk. St Louis
" Lioness, .Memphis
Henry Ames, Now OrlcAns
City orCheitor, Metnpliis
Lady I,uo, Now Orleans
Keystono, dhlo rivor
Fearlcs, Si louls
" iJtick'Stnp, llvaiiavlllo
Steamer Lady Lee, Si Louis
lltil.ljou", S: i.ouU
T F Kcko'l, Shawncototvi.
" .Mohawk, St Louis
" Sam llohtrts, St Louis
' City of Clesler, St L-iui
lleflo Mciiphls, .Memphis
" tjuickstcp, hvnnsvlllo
m.skino or tio: jus sir. nowcti.
Tbo Quickstep lnt evening brought tbo
following parllciilira of tbo sinking of tbo
Jonnio llowoll At ono o'cloek yc tor
day morning tho ruck a snag that has
but recently main its appearance in deep
water of old Cutlew point, ten tulles be
low Shitwneotovn. It entered her hull
near thu how ind passing up extended
ubovo tho hurruano roof, crushing tho for
ward patt ol tin boat to atoms. She im
mediately begai to 111! and careen, and In
a verv few iiiouetits there was nothing
j hut a small pirlion Of tho edgo uf her for
i ward ciiard laihle uliovo tho Water in
whMi iU wa ,1(jM tll)
Mo. tof her cabin slut oil' and disappeared.
Tbo Oulckiwp. coiiiinir down, arrived
just after tho disaster and found passeu
gert and cmw, nearly nil in night cloth
ing, clingllif, to tho exposed guard, res
eittd them and 'nrrid thm back to
i The Howill had thlrty-liv cubin pas
tungere ou lanl at thu tin' iho Ai:ci
dent, and of thu number. '-.reu por
sous aro kiuwil to bo lost. of thorn
! were thu children of Mm. King ot Ilullalo,
Now Vork, and the other was Mrt. l'rin
dle, who ncistered ut Yickahurg, ami was
destined :o Kvansvillo. I'ho olllcers
of thn bout coulJ give no
clear statumont as to how they hnpponcd
' to run upo'i tbu srmg. Thoy know of its
itxhtcnco i.nd were imxionsly looking for
! it. The captain was Handing upon tho
j I'urricnnodech, agisting tbo lookout, and
' l,oillt "f rMW luro,,,1 11,0 r0"r
nwn '1 ll" twt-
it stands in thu mid
I "'',,v ti."ui ut moi, .. i
I boat urn eoinplll t p's" oP-nr on idther
' sldu of It.
lit Is probablu that tbo shadow of the
! shoro deceived tliom as to the mlddlo ol
i the channel, and the snag bolng very long
may have altered its position a little. 'I'ho
iitt.itd n r,f 41... I....I .... )... .t.i.f .,n,l
j Capt. Halliday is an exceedingly coroful
j man, .so that no hlnmecan attneb it-.-tf tn
I tho lioat iu m: v wnv.
The JeurJe llowoll bad h good trip of
pooplo and !Q0 tons of freight, including
1,000 sa"ks cf salt, 'JO pkgs of wine, 1.032
beer kegs, 3oo ton scrap Iron and rags,
and 0G0 pkc,s sundries, Shu Is un excel
lent stern-wlioel boat, owned entirely by
hor commander; Cupt. Halliday, und is
fully insured 'I'ho T. F. Kckert went to
her assistant's immediately, iu answer to
a tolegrnm Irntn her lirst clerk, Mr.
Frank lluskitk. The message wa brief,
giving no particulars concerning lb.' e.
As Dan McKen.io I. ubseut, Cbarlln
Kyle was tolected us clerk upon tho Eel.,
ort, aud with his mighty pen uttt'-l in
raising the .lenile Howell.
Tho Mohawk took up the bari;e of the
Tho Lady Lee brought ,TJ1 bales ol cot
ton, 11! package- of wool lor Chicago, but
has a light trip IV r St. Louis.
The J.ionets broi. gbt up 12 empty coal
barges and loavin; lliutn here, took li bar
ges of coal to S , Louis, Capt. Edson
made tbo trip to .Memphis and returned
upon tbo Lionels. He was in pour health
on leaving hero but returned juitu well
and lo king fresh mid hcArty. He was
gono about oight duyi.
The Koystono brojght 7 empty barges
from Memphis, and return for another
lot. Capt. Chennoweth has resigned
commund of tbo Koyitulio ami ni" V
thu iiiinio ol Huso taltos bis place. 'The
Keystone was detained hero yesterday
mending a rudder.
TWENTY FOOT FALL
A FUACTl'KKD SKCLL.
At about ton tiilnutis boforo one o clock
this moriiliig, Mr. ,L)hu Sackberger full
from tho portico of the second story of bis
liotmo ou Ohio luvou ti. the basement below,
fiuuturiug bin skull and otherwise mti
ously Injuring biinelf. Dr. Farker
wu1 culled, and us stated nbovu
pronounced Soakburger'a akml
fruclurod tbougt not mashed
in to ns to prove fatal. Tho doctor, how
ever, wus foitrful that bo had sustained in
tornal injuries which so oon after tho o
curreiicc, could not bo detected. h 'ii
our reporter left the bouse, Mr. Hack In r.
gcr was tulluring ititonso pain, and It wa
iioposs.'ble to tell whether his injuries
were or were not of fatal character.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A rare chunco is ollercJ to boiiui mas
with money to inicst In good paying
property In tho most desirable part of tbo
city. Two lutt, 60 feet front on the av e.
uiuo. Iiousu ttorioa. "'B u rot
.. . . . in I..-
can bo llltcu i.p on tan oms uwi, uiu (p.
' . I, i ...i.
per stories are won arran'ai iui vum, ur
'dwellings, For lurther particulars ere
quiraul John O.. Rahman a t u
I i. I tt Ret Estatu ApeuU, Oui.u u,
Harper, Fhube Ann
.iiiitrnn. S srah
Oordon, K .1
Uogan, E K
Ollntted, Geo I,, i
Waters ji I)
Wilcox. Annie 1-.
lloone, A J
Allen, W II
Adams, ,1 (.'
A II, D
Colby, Win, t!
French, A J
Cook, Jonh 1.
Dowut. Wm II
Froy, K S
Hardy V Oicetiwohi
Ilutd, ,M K
Harrison A- Malonov Hamilton, Albert
i.. ..i. i... it .. ..... . .. '.. . .
lenhins, Y .n
Jones, F K
lioliu, II 11
Llvlrigstun, It F 1
Mulllnt. J II. t!
Muulbv, Edmund Neal, Thos
Nowblett, Kleliaid .Nasli. .Martin
Oxloy, K F 2
U ilrion, K II
Pelrio, .1 T
ltu'dl, G It
Hobertson, D !
Feeler, II C
I'.utllge, Wm A
Ith'her.on, S s
linn, Geo II
Kiimbold. (loorgo O Staflur, I. V
Smith. W W
Sullivan, T K
Smith, James I'
.' h1s.1i, ( J
Witklus, .1 U
Yottngstrand, N .1
I rowhrldge, I. h
Whitmoro, .la- A
On and niter August 1 I intend to do a
strictly cuh biulnuss, excopt with thosn of
mv customcn whotettlo proniptly on tho
first of ovory month. All old ni'-ounts
und notoi In my hands which aro not
settled yrni soon, 1 shall advorlne and mil
ut imbllc vntiduo. I'. A uir it
I'Allto, .1 ill v '0, iar.'.
AdT's.OrncK O. i V. K It, i
Caiho, Ills., July -Hi, 187 i.
For tho accommodation of tbo citi.en,
of Cairo, tbo Mound City accommodation
train will on and after Monday, July t!8.
stop as follows At Fourteenth stroo
Twentieth street. Twenty-lath street,
Thirty-fourth street, und tbo crossing of
thu Illinois Central railroad. No one
will be permitted on tho train without a
ticket. Faro botween Sevwith ttreet sta
tion and Illinois Central railroad erosilng
and intermediate points
Tickets good for twenty lares can be pur.
chased at tho ticket oilice. iirner ot Sev
enth street, for ono lolla-. FutsengArs
will not bo permitted lo get oil or an tho
train at any points other than the al.'.
U1U-. (). V oiii',
Gen I. Fassenger and Ticket Agt
1 will -ell my residence property on -t.
cnui "ii eei, oeiwccn ) a-mngton eioi
and Walnut Hiect. comprising -ix; lot-, run.
ulug through from ii.xth to sueutu street-,
with line dwelling-house, carriage huu-e,
stable, well, fruit tree'., urapery, ele., etc.
all In pi line condition.
Also the line bu. lues--tiinl, No. 77 Ohio
Al-o I.VJacrc. e.xcellenl fruit or farming
laud, ou the Ohio tler, adjoining the town
ol Caledonia, l'ulaskl county, hair utile
from a station ou the C. aud . lallro nl.
One bundled ucros under ciilllvatloii.
Al-o a line lot, :ij aero, with a good farm
house thereon, situated In villa Itldge, a
be.iutllul place, well slocked with clioiee
Al-o two lot at the comer ol Third street
and the levee.
Al-o three good drays, and three sets of
dray harue-s; a two-.ior.iu wayron. neail.)
new, with double harness.
I'llcca ami terms ieaonable.
CAIIto, July 1. 187:1. D. Ileitis.
ENCUKS10N TO DENVER.
M. anii St. L. Fackkt Company, )
Ar.KNT'a Oi kick, Cairo, July 1, 187.1. (
The Memphia and St. Louis Fncket
company now oiler for tale round trip
tlckctt from Cairo to Denver and return
$70. good for ninety days from date ol
tale. Also regular tickets on tain for
Kansas City, Omaha, Topeka, Lawrence,
San Francise,, and nil ,..i..i.i p.i
west, and by river and rail to all points
couth. For further information call at
the company's olllce, No. 71 Ohio levee,
under City National hank, C.iro, Illinois
Jamks Maijoky, Ticket Ag t.
Soi. A. Sim Kit, I'a-ongor Ag t.
N0T1 OK" OF UKM( ' Y A J,.
Messrt. It. Smytbo A Co., Intend ro
moving their entire tlocl; of goods from
thoir old Hand, on the Ohio levee, to the
ono occupied by them ut tbo corner uf
Nineteonlh und Commercial avenue, hav.
ing met witli a iuccosj in their new ttoro
far bovond their most summhio mpecta-
nous, uioy niivu coticnutoil to coihoIi uln
lor tbo present at lmod, their btislnnss
In tlm meantime their store limifo on tho
leee will ho give'i a thorough overhaul
ing ami placed in perfect repair. Thank-
ing tho public for past lavors thoy ropoct
lolly solicit a contluunljcu of the same.
KYNASTON TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynaston, wtioso repiitutlon a
a butcher Is liar excisllent with the people
ol this city, lias opened a new meat
hup near the corner of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth uttcet, next door lo Mr. 1'at
Hurl's gincer) stuie. It hii well iiowu and
uciiiowledgeil fact that .Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing his long experience iu Ihe meat bul
nes lu this liij.nt.foHcred to Ids ctislom-
era anything but tb,, choicest of every Gnd
j f meat. He is :, KOUl judge of entile, and
i iju) notuiug bm tlm youngest ami laltekl,
ami as a coneiiiei.u has the best or necl,
riieaamu luaj be said ot every klud ol meat
sold by him (live him atilal, and our word
it, )on w.i) nwU)b be pleased. U-lS-tl
A NKW F1KST-OLASS BAKUBK
Mollcnry Roe St Co., of New Orleans,
have como to this city to stay, and have
lltted up a first class barber-thop on Com-'
mcrclal avonue In the room next to Han
lion's book ttoro, lately occupied by Stu
art A: Obolson as a dry goods store, The
vorknum are all llrst-class and aro pre- i
pure ! to cut hair, sliavo, shampoo, etc., in 1
the very latest style". All they )k is u
trial. They rosptrtfully tollclta tharo of I
public patronage. .Mi ll i:nky Kor. A ('n,
FOK. SALE Oil KKNT.
A two-itory hoit'o on Commercial Ave
nue near tho corner of Nineteenth street.
The linuso i i.irt.V feet long bv twenty- ,
two feel welo It contains ton rooms at.d
kitchen, and a good cislorn ami necessary I
out-liouses aro attached to It. It is woll I
ventilatod and well adapted lor n businefs '
housoordwelllng. It it iuabuslnets. palt
of the city and has been liowly painto.1 i
and renovated Ins'elo and out. Apply to
Kiver Shannon House, tlblo Luveo,
Cairo, Illinois. 7-H-lm.
Mrs. Am, - l,.i.,T in l'.lNlitlatrul, between
Comuierel d and V.iblUKton avenues, has.
u-t opened out a Mock or new and fashion- I
able millinery good.. Sho has one hundred
and llfty dlllerent fdylcot' hals and bonnet., 1
heslde a large asortinent nl ribbon.. How- ,
er. .-ind nutlnus ol all sorts, all of which wll
lie sold at llic lowest prices. ' I
Sr.MMKit Attention to tin-
trade. J laving a large selec
tion of handsome white irooda
very cheap, l'atUtede valen-
eiennis. plain si ripen ami i in
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
.striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great, vari.
etie.s and patterns; Xausooks
patterns: linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; em-
broidereis in large assort -
incuts ; white trimmings in
large assortments ; linen suit-
ings in all shades : linen dam-'
asks, handsome patterns ;
have in store a very complete, 1
large and seasonable assort
ment of drv goods vierv cheap.
P. S. Please call, no trou
ble to show goods. ()-'2S tf
You can buy su ;
aud one-half lbs. Durante j
A Coll'cu C3uyui for Ouo Dol-1
lar; Seven lbs. New Orloansi
! Suyar for One Dollar ; Uest
three and one-half llba. Prime
JRio Cofl'eo, One Dollar ; J3est
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Sevouty-tivo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson ana Oolong Tea,
j OllO Dollar per pOUlld, aild OV
erything proportionately chonp
at MI RAM JUIXJJY.
11 OA'S' rSYOKRN.
Ii I A LI B IU
(i u o o Jt n ' k a ,
I'Knv laii'iD' T c.
Caiuo, I l.i.
I Corner ol Twenty-second Mrcet
I aud Ohio l.cvee, j
M. I). GFNTEU,
CHOK'K STKAM-UKIKI) CORN MM
lu lots to stilt tbe trade.
NKW YORK HTOrll:,
WIIOLKSAJ.K AND RKTAIL.
I.AIUIKtT YAKIK1T STOOK iN niK mi,
OOODSSOLD VERY OLO.'IK.
Corner or Nliieloenlli k I rev I uuil
OAIUO, I I.LI' olH.
; n . .1 Hi. e. it, ilel'emlant. is notilled
ihat ... July Ml, IB7.I, Mary M. Illodscll,
.oc.lnant, tiled her bill iu chalieci).
i Ihe Alexin. .b r county circuit com t, stale
ir Illinois Ii d niec, ami Ibal said Milt Is
now pendlie.' m Mid court. That thereupon
a summons w ,s mucd mil uf Hie eleik'a
(illicit ol said coin ag.unst Hid, lellirn ible
ou the loiirll. i'liesda) lii.liilv, IS7H, Inn
leim ol calil ourt, then lo bu 'holileii at tbe
com Midline In c.-iho, iu h.il.l omit v and
state, Dated July 'Jlst, is;:),
ItKl lir.N S V(( DM, leik.
saniliol I. Wheeler,
A BOOK FPU THK MILLION '
lr'';""t'lor lo tbeMiirrlf.l
latest dlfcouilts la iroJuc ug ud iiravaitluit oil
ilA d.:.aL?'"ia"'k of 1'K.lrt'l .u,
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