Newspaper Page Text
4mmiI anfctcrlber not rccl.
fact ta this oc. Illier airraois-
fr or ky PswUl Cr'
hftllwitlon OMco. liana naiiaiarf
fLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IH llMtke khorlrtl llniita
Blgktr MIIm tbe HIiortMt Hiiule
NO CHANGE OK OAKS
PHUM CAIRO TO
LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
OHLY ONK OHANOK OK OA KM
, OM CAIRO TO
ilnnall, l-lltntrsdlt, Tule.id,
Oil. OlMfdatnl. NlHaara Kail
Halo. ClttsOuig, Wisl.liutoii
Itlmof , irhlladolpril, Ne lark.
uctton lj mi points can.
Ilwankl. JsntMllle. Madlsin.
tUtoit, 8t. rul aud all poiuls iiottb.
Ihlt It alto the ctlj dllfi t tmitt- to
aeatur. ilIoouilnnloD. rlimininlit.
ori, QulDcr,' Keokuk,
uriingwnj mock Isuml, 1 haIIh.
:ndot. Dixon. Kn euort.
alaua, Duliiiqun, .nous Ullj,
umtDI anil Ml pulutt Dorlliitetl,
Utleqant Drawing Koom Slooplng CV
un nu xognt Trains.
Bmge Checked ioll fmporfnut point".
For ticket Mid information. plW to I. (1. H.K
dtpol tt lro; on board ttio trantit tU-Kiiiur u
! Col urn but ind Cairo, tad m the pritu ips
nuiroBJiirKfli oaioti wirouanoui wns toiim.
W. P. JOUNWN, Oen'l Pm. AK't, Uldosto
4. MlTCBlll, Gfn'l. Hiip'l. Chicago.
.1. JOHNSON Agt, Cairo
CUANGK OF TIMK.
l'asseneer tralni ou the Illinois Central
change time tTi-ttey. From and alter 1PI0
V in. to-day trains will run as (olio wo;
Express, dally . 4-.o&p.'m.
Mall, except Sunday . . . ,:i:Ui a. in,
Kxnre tt, . v.!lo p. m ,
.Man, uany except sutidav lluVi p. m.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS It. It
On .iiid after Tuesday.July 10, laT.'J, train
itih run uany, except sununy, nolwecn
Oreenlield s lauding nml Iron SMnijr,
aiis'oun, as ioiiow s :
Leave Greentlold'a ut
Arrive at (irceutleld's at
Arrive at Iron Siding ut
Leave Iron Siding at..
u:ir a, m
TUB UA1KO AND MNOHNNHB
ROUTE FROM CAIRO
Cleveland, N'laifru Falls,
l'hll.idc.lphla, New Yolk.
l)otou and all KaMern I'olntt,
CHANGE OF TIM E.
On and alter Tuesday, .Inly 1, 1ST.'!, tiulns
will run as lolloivs :
Uoluj; north Icavca Calroat 4:0d a.m.
Coins south arrives at Cairo at. ... p.m.
MOUND CITY ACCOMMODATION-.
Leave9 Cairo at....ll:X) a.m. and 0:00 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo t..8:(W a.m. and l:'i0 p.m.
The express train north arrives nt VJn
cennes at li-.'M p.m., makiiiK direct connec
tion at li!:ao p.m., with the Indianapolis and
Vincennos railroad for ludUtripnlN, tho
Kreat railroad centre, lrom which point
trains are departing at all hours, lor all
volnts In the United Staleo and Canada. At
l-"-03 p.m. with tho EvansvllU and Craw
l'Tdsle railroad, for Terra Haute, India
u apoli.., Chicago, Danville and all point"
north, via the Terra Halite, Uvaiisvllle and
Chicojfo railroad, and cakt ia the Vandalla
line, and Indianapolis and St. LouN railroad,
At VM p.m. with the Ohio and Ml-Uippl
railroad, for Clucimiatl, Louisville, and all
points east, via Cincinnati.
Fasneugers goiiis by thin route arc placed
In Indlaiiapoli,Cfuclnnatl, Louisville, New
York, lio-ton, Philadelphia, llaltluioro,
VahiUKtou, and all eaitern points, twolo
hours In advance ol any other route.
Express train makes conucctlou at Eldo
rado with St, Louh and Southeastern rail
way, lor St. Louie, Alt. Vernou (IlllnnL),
Shawncttown, and all points between Eldo
rado and St. LouK
At Norrl C:ty makes close cnmiectiou
lor Spriiijjticld, Hock Maud, and all points
on Sprimileld and Illinois Southeastern rail
way and connections.
At Carinl with St. Louh, Evansvllle, lien-
Vuu ami .miiviiio railway line, lor .Ml.
ernou uiuiiiimi. r.viinsvnn. n,,,i..r.,, l
(Kentucky). .Nashvillle n'eiim-s.uHi. nml -ill 1
connections. ' ' '
fv.u.B uu ci. jj.. e... ii. ami . ruiiwiiv hiu i
Uacae checked to all important points.
... ........ ............ . . .
29 r or LlCKeis Mini llilnrlii-il Inn mitili ut
- 'ituMin jeiciiiu Direct alio
wuiumerciai avenue. Cairo. 11 no s.
J.no. Lxe, bup't. Chaw. O. Wood,
ii v ii U0D' 1 h,t r ttI)d 1 lckcl A'1
. --D , .... .
LOCAL WE.VTHKIt ltEl'OltT.
U. S. Sio. Skr., OnsKKViru'a OFricr.,
""""i""') , IBin, ID II p. in
Thermometer 7a degrees.
vind, toutheast, ulout)
I miles per
Maximum UiuperMuie last
Mlulmum temperature. In
1 hours, kT
'JI hours, 0'i
i'revalllng wind M tlnur,
Total cumber ot miles wmJ tuvelltd, laM I
24 hours, 93.
Edwin (Iahum.. owrtr.
Best Scotch ale, itout porlnr, and uinU
year old bourbon whiskey to bu found onlv
at the Crystal laloon, corner olSiiiiiitrte
and Commercial avenue.
tiTKAUAl.A .t 1.1SK.
C2& 1 in I'loprmtuii
Hacks loi theCalro, Aikuiisas ami 'K-u
railroad, fctartlng from White A (ireir
store, corner ol Sixth Mrcct and Ohio levee,
run at follows:
've at a a.m.
" 4 p.m.
Arrlvelueltyut 10a. iu.
" .... &p.m.
'i-Stl ,loilNillhlt, Auinl.
Kegular boardera at the Euiojiean liotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, rvceho board at
the rate of fao per month, T-IO-tl
flne white ; alnglo aud double X umber
Ingle and double X Canary, heal .quality ol
maullla, bluo letter, eb:., etc. bO.OOo lor
ale, priuU-il at pi 00 to o rvj per thoiikand,
at the Uum.ktin ornce.
I CE Clt KAAlJfi A LOU N ,
Am warm weather Is approaililn tbe
Jovera ot Ice cream will he glad to learu that
Mhm, featip ACIarkaou have fitted up and
refurnished, In elegant style, thelrice cicuui
parlon. Their maiumoth coda Muutuln hat
ako been put lu runulug ordu-, uud nothing
iu'WailtltVK about the tiitabllshmeut to luake
Hi plaaaurc and comlort of ihulrjpatruiu
Oreon wood flfly font a load at tlm
box factory. 7-30.3W
Full etock laJlcs liati at eu tuan one-
third tlicir vnluo, At llnrtiiinn a, 7-1C tf
All klndiofBiin )lcluron at.J.tkliloIii(j-
nr'i, KigLlli atrool, bolweon Washington
and Coiiiinorclalavonuei. 7-10ir.
I(11mi.' .l.iol ,i( frull I'ltil U ll.u
largest in tha market, and ho Iirj londi of j
can win. i-i'.t liu.
'l'lio .MUdielppl river Is falling iteady
from St. l.ouls to Cairo, with sciiut nine
fout of water bnlwoon tho two cities.
l'Lotograilu utid other iioture ut J
Hchleiiner't, Eighth itreet, belweon
Wahlngloii and Coinniorcial avcnuiu,
Thero ii a good ita;u of water in
the Ohio river jiut How, but tt tliil eea
roll it ratiliot bo elioClOii to l.eoi lip voiy
Ualiey wlU'ollnr intra iiiduceiiienti
for tho next ill) day a, to ai to nmko room
for his largo order of healing alovcJ.
All kitula of jelly lareea at lltirl
uian'ii. 7-10 tf.
Or. Uri'linMt was fouling particularly
Kood'iinttircd vostorday, Ilo my ho
has tho lint it clrl fur ;liur ago (twenty
four hours) in Amtrlcn.
- Dr. A.. I. Koo hai removed to tho
Uno ollico rooms over Thouu Jc Itrothor'a
on Commercial nvonuo, where ho may ho
found durini; ollicu hours, Tho doctor a
residence i at tho corner of Walnut and
Uaii. 1 1 tt rt in it ri oIIvm lor sale hia timi
Miring wai'Oii. Hid Miitahlo for either
family uo or u delivery wiioii, Htid chii
ho bought tit ii bargain. Any one dcelr
Ing u wagon of IhU kiud thouhl call upon
him and learn bin term. 7-10-lf
ludo l!roi will to-day issue subpoo
mis tor n number of guardians utid admin
istnuors who iiavo. citiier tailed or re
fined to appear in court and report or
iiiako settlement, Judgo linxa proposes,
that if theco men do not conio voluntaiily
to mako tlii'iu count.
1 alley has a lot of wood pump" and
tubing which hn nllon uxtru low; call and
sou them, IU3 H'ahlii(;loii nvoiiue
r. riir.yonuu at lim rooms, corner
Fourteenth "street and Commercial uvo
nue, olleM lor salo uiiinesn' I'urtor V
Haf" ales and puro llonncasy brandy,
and tlio gctiUMio A:-.;oUiire hittum, all
lirat-claSH cholora cures. 'I'rv them
Tho trial of Campbell for tho murder
of Thomas Doylo, ivliich was concluded in
tho circuit court yesterday, druw to tho
coiirt-hoiiso yesterday, to heur tho urjju.
menu of counsel In tho enso, a larger
number of pooulo than has been coon on a
similar occasion for miiiiy years.
Gent a' half lio.'o, CO cents a do.en, ut
lliirUmiuV. 7-10 tf
Tho freodmen'ii school buiUIInj; on
Walnut etroot, botwoon Kighteenth and
Niuoteelith Etroot.", is being raided, it be
lli i; tho intcntiou to plit an additional
fourtuen foot story under it. Kennedy is
raising tho building and Kiissoll lias ttio
contract for building thu additional story.
Go to II id ley's for good cloven and
good bargain!', ICS Washington nvonuo.
O. lliinny wishes tho public to bo in
formed thr.t ho has on hand a stock of
dry goods and carpets as oxteuslvo an any
in tho .Southwest, and that ho is determ
ined to sell everything at prices lower
than tho lowest. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho will satisfy
you both a to quality and cost.
Tho Cairo and Viiicornies railroad
has put a now crossing over its track u
Commercial uvenuo at 'I'birty-i'econil
street, thus giving tho pooplo in that local-
Ity an opportunity to gat to and from their
places of busiiiei.9 without going two or
tilr,, i,imXa ,.r .1...1
in tho neighborhood uro luhilaut over this
- Olass fruit jars, porcelain lined, glass
tniknnil ut llu.t.n..
....... w ..w. .,,,. a.
7 lr. ir.
Dr. I.avarty, homocopathut phjvi-
c'"i l,,lu of Shawiieetown, lias located in
.. . .. ... ,,rlJ. iM,.ln,i. ,iw.i i.ij t. .-,n, i
...... .. u ....u.ta tMUi.ll,, tb III.
The doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mended, and refers to tho olllcera of tho
Flrtt National bank of Mbawueetowu, to
whom bo i wull known, having practiced
Ids profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair tharo of tho putromigo of
Clark s thread tlve cents a fpool at
lUrtmau f. 7-Hi tf.
Seated proposals will bu leceived by
F. (irons fur Iho coiiitiuitioii of a small
dwelling houto for Mrs. Goorf,o Welduu.
'''''0 lmrtK'( hidiling must not go above
i HI, as that U tho amount of money iu
his hands lu bo ui ponded in 'building tho
house. Ot course thu contract will ho
awarded li Iho party furii.shlug thu best
plant and specification lol the building.
-Capt. It. W. D.IKHH ot tho T. F.
Eekert, and hit brother, ('apt. .1. Dugan
arrived in tbe city vcterdav. Cunt. It
V Dueun has bmin nm.irii.tnrwlm,. tlm
iiiiairs ol tbo wrecking company in aud
----- i 1. - - - -
around I'liiniHiili. dipt. .1. Diman bar
been ab.ent uu an intended pleasuru trli
to Colorado, I'aliloriiia ami .New Mexico
He wasin ill health whun bo lellthiicity
but returns a picture ot good heillb
is greatly pleased will tho woalein conn
try and lull; strongly of locating in
southern Colorado at no distant day.
Grand ro-oponirig of tho Olive, street
hotel, Ht. Louis, .Mo. Wo notice by .SI
Louis papers thut tlm house has beelithor
oughlv remodeled and refurnished
throughout, and now contains ull modern
impioveuients. This hotel iu ouu ol the
oldest and hot l.tiowu houses iu tho Wotl
Its new piuprietu.-.;, Messrs. Dorr,Thatcher
Co., are gentlemen of long nxpurionco
in the hotel business. It is to bo con
ducted on tho American and European
plan, American plan, -J 00 per day.
European plan, l per day for rooms uud
tlfty cents for mcalt, 7-Jllt
-'There U in this county a young lady
whom parents doparlu 1 this illu nut many
yean ago, leaving their daughter, who
child, a let'ac of about
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JULY
$2,000. Tho ilaughtor rocantly hecitno
nf ago, and at a recent torm of tho pro
bata court tha admlnlsttatorof the ostato
appeared to make a final settlement aud
turn over whutevcr thore was left ot It to
Iho young lady, An oiamlnation nl tho
accounts revealed tho fact that within
eleven months thu young Indy had pur.
chased upwards of four hundred yards ol
dress good, and other articles In proper-
At this rate it will not take a groat
while for her to get rid of tho balaneo of
her parents' hard earning!.
A look through A.. I Carlo's livery,
feed, and sale stable, Washington avenue,
near tho corner of Tenth street, Is enough
to convince Any olio that he is doing a
lively busiiiotM Jn his lino, Wo went
through them last uveutiig,aiul found every
Mall and every inch of tho buggy room
occupied. Mr. Carlo's success In tho livery
business is ill a great measure owing to the
fiet that (li)ci.lutlal his place rem ves first-
class attention, and tho berlof grain mid
hay. Among his livery hnrtc are thoto
that can bo driven by any woman or child,
aud his buggies are all Hourly now, and pre
sent n respectable appearance. Clinrges
for horso and buggy liltoaro as reasonable
as at any other like establishment in tho
city. Air. (,'atlo Is building an addition
to Iho stable, ami wilt soon be able to ac
commodate ill that innv call on him.
ItENEI'lUIAIlY SCdLAKSilUVt Foil
.MEDICAL HTlT DENTS).
The trustees of tho l.nuiavillu (Ky.)
medical college have created a number ol
beiiellciary scholarship'1, for thu henntlt of
poor but deiterviug young men Booking a
llrst class medical education. One benu
llciary student is received from each sena
torial district of tttiy state, and one from
each congressional district of tho dill'ereut
stall's. .Sons of physicians and clorg) men
are very ptoperly accorded benellciaiy
scholarships. Each scholarship is woith
to tho recipient of it $o0,ntid those rer-eiv-ing
such ai 1 are known only to the dean.
Modoot obtaining a houollciary scholar
ship burned by applyim; to Dr. E. S
Oaillard, dean, Louisville, Kentucky. As
tho liekt soiaion begin1) in .September, all
young men neoding aid should r.pply it"
early as possible.
AiitS. Umi'K O. ,fc '. I: I!,
Caiiio, Ills., .Inly -jo, 187.1. .
For tho accommodation of tint eili.on,
of Cairo, the .Mound ( 'ity accommodation
train will on and altor .Monday, .Inly 'Jri,
flop ad billows At Fourteenth street
i'wculicth street, Twenty. Ilfth etroot,
Thirty-fourth street, and tho crossing of
thu Illinois Central railroad. Nu oiift
will ho permitted on the train without a
ticket. Faro between .Seventh ttroet sta
tion and .Illinois Cotitral railroad crossing
and intermediate points, Uvo cents.
Tickets good for twenty fares can bo pur
chased at tho ticket oftlee, corner of dev.
until street, for one dollar. I'assoiiifors
will not bo purmHted. to 'it oil' or on tho
train at any points ollior than tho above.
Gen'l. l'u3S0Tiger aud Ticket Agt.
EST It AY NOTIUE.
Taken up by Ezra King ol Oluur t'reok
precinct, on tli 15th day of .luno, 1 S73,
and posted before .lames I.. .Sanders, J.
l'.,on the tiOlh day of Juno, lUi.'t, a 'orrel
maro nino or ton years old, sixteen bund8
high, and having wouk eyes. Also at tho
fame tlmo and place, a mcusu-colored
mare uiulo, tnuiiu sheared, about eighteen
months, old. Appraised, together, at
elghty-tlvo didlurs, tho report of which
taking up and posting is on II hi in my of
lico. Jai'oii G. Lvncii,
".Jl-Ut County Clerk.
FOR SALE Oil KENT.
A two.story house on Commercial ltvo
niio near tho corner of Nineteenth street.
Tho house is forty foot long by twenty
two feet widu. It contains tell rooms arid
Uilchou, mid a good cistern and necessary
out-liou.us are attached t3 it, It Is well
ventilated and well adapted lor a business
house or dwelling. It is in a business part
f ttio city and has been newly painted
and renovated iusldo and out. Apply to
lOIIN II t'dAHT V,
Kiver .Slum nun House, Okio Levee,
('mi. i, Illinois. 7-H-liu.
TO SALt ION Fk E 1 K U.S.
Notice is lioioby given lo saloon-keep
ers and liipior dealers generally of tho
city ot Cairo, that I will prosecute, to the
1 1 1 1 1 o t orient of tho liipior law, anyone
wlio may sell or give my husband spiritu
ous lejuors, or potmil blin to drink the
lauiu upon llieir premises.
I.I I. A Sl'IUKS.
Caiiio, Ills., .Inly .1(1, 1H7:1. 7-:io :it
TO H. I.OON.KEEI'Elt.S
Notice is hereby given to all saloon
keeper and lupioi dealers ol tho ity of
I'uir.i, thai I will prod'uuto to tho lullcsl
et tent of tho law, anyone who may tell or
give my husband epirituuiis liipior, or per-
uit him to drink thu tamo uimn their
premiies, Ltrv A. S I'll 1 1' HA I .
Caiiio, ills., July .!, S7 1. ; v. it
FOK HA I.E.
The hoime Mid lot No, In, m block ill
situated on Eluvenlh street, couth side, liu-twet-ii
Walnut and Cedar slrooW, The
tail houtu and bit will be sold cheap for
cash. For all particulars, umpuro of Mr.
Antony Smith, who may be found at the
rendiiicti of William M. Canned.
Caiiio, Ills., July ',',, J H7.I. d-lw'
liOAUDING HOUSE' RlU KENT.
The largu brick house known as tho
llleloil: house, rurner of Seventh and
Walnut, Is for rent uud tho furniture
for talo Thorn uro during the summer
thirty and during the lall and winter lor.
ty-llvo and tlfty regular boardurs. F.,r
particulars apply 011 the premises,
M II. MAX RohLnit,
A COMPETENT I'l AND
TUN V. R
Mat located in tbo city Contracts made
fur Inning pianos by tho year or other
wis.e, to suit tho owner, Orders lelt at tho
Jewelry store of E. A- W. Huder will re
celva prompt attention. 7.''9-lm.
TUB TRIAL OK CAMPBHliL.
AHOUMENT.S OF POKE, LIN EGA K
AND ALE EN.
THE OAHE GIVEN TO THE .11.' RV
AT FIVE O'CLOCK l.A&V
NO VKHDICT KKNDKI'I'.D I I' TO
MI ON 10 Ml'.
ThocHie of William Campbell for tho
murder of Thomas Doylo was continued
in tho circuit court yesterday morning.
Court Assembled ot tho usual hour, aud
it wa, not long alter the court-room doors
woru thrown open iiutll tho housu was
crowded with people who apparently took
a deep interest in tho proceeding ot tbo
cae. Ilowovor, a great majority of those
present worn colored, and with
n 1: rout mam ol them there
is nothing so plcifing as to ho.ir do
tailed tho horrors ol it cold blended ami
1 1 oil . H. Wats. in Webb for tbo prosecu
tion ami Judge Mulkey for Iho defense,
having submitted their argumonls to tho
jury on Tuemluy afternoon, thero re
mained three speeches to bo
mado i-o'tnrday. County Attorney
I. II I'opo opono.I tho urgu
motili in thu inomiiii! nml addicted
j ir for about 0T10 hour.
D T. Lineiar for tho defense, followed
Mr. I'opo, ami occupied the attention ol
the court and jury the hahitic'j of llielore
noon, Mr. Llnegar w,is listened lo with
liiHlhed attention throughout
At the conclusion or Mr. Liui'trai'sargu
meiit, court ndioiirneil until '.' o'clock
On the assembling of court In the ufior
noun Judge Allen commuiieel tho (losing
argument in the case lol' the prose
cution, .ludeit Allen spoku for
twu hoiiid, concluding hi" nrgiimeiit at
o'clnel,. The Jury, as with Mr. l.inegar
lirteiied to Judgo Allen witli profound at
lentloii, ami seemed to he iuapited with
thu truth of what ho Mud.
.lodge linker thou read the irittrui lions
to the ury, and ut about r. o'clock they re
lireil to the jury room to deliberate, m,
lender up their ViTdii t, 1 that is if they can
agree upon cidi(t )
Even after tho jury hail retsred, tiiuny
liersons reuiained in their seats to
await their return, anxious to
hear thu verdict. Ifut at sis o'clock,
when court adjourned, everyone was com
pelted to retire, as the jury hud not ytt
iinnounecd their readiness to tny what
nhoiild be tbo fate of unfortunate Camp.
Up to tivelvo o'clock IhsI night no vnr
dicthud been returned.
l'robato court assembled at nino o'clock
yesterday morning. Tho follow iug busi
nus was Wansactcd :
(luardlunabip of .lemliou tleiuielc, mi
nor child of Samuel Keliilck, deceusodi
Report tiled and approval postponed till
till next term of court.
Estate of .Michael Muloney, deceased,
Herman Blows, administrator. jdmIniM
trator'e report submitted, approved and
Estate of Martin Egan, deceaied, David
.1. liukor, administrator. At request of
administrator, continued to next term to
give notice to huirs.
K'tutoor William White, deceased, 1).
.1. linker, administrator. Continued to
next term to give notice to heirs.
Guardianship of Ellon Gannon, minor
heir of .lames Gannon, deceased, 'John
Crowley, guardian. ; Koport tubmit
ted, examined, approved and ordered re
Estatu of Michael Gannon, deceased,
John Crowley, executor. Sail executor
submitted his report, which was exam
ined, approved and ordered recorded, and
said executor ordered discharged from ull
Estatu of Aim S. Jordan, deceueod,
John Caublo, executor. Said execution
approved and made report which was ot
auiiued and approved and ordered re
corded. It was alio ordered that said
eiectltor pay over to Alexander M. Cau
blo and John F. Jordou, minor heiis d
said 'Ann Jordan, deceast, tWi. 1.1, thu
amount of balance remaining in Ins
hands. The tinal disihurgo id taut oei li
ter being entered.
Uuurdiullthip of .Maria E and Small A
Euller, Louis l.incol, guardiun, tuadu re
port which win approved
Kstuto ot Napoleon a. Illodgett, N.
Uuiieacker, executor. Koport approve. I
011 conditions, and tlio iidiii.nntriilor or
dored to pay dt all claims against eaid
Eitate ol Sebastian IVIin, deceased,
John C. While, administrator, inadii Until
repoit and said administrator discharged
1 1 iii further liabilities.
EHate of Clniiles GunttilUoii, deceased,
John T. Keiiuitf, lolinlniar.itor. I imil
report, which was approved and said ad
ministrator discharged Item further lia
K.tuteof John Cahill, J ulia Ciihill, ad
miiiistratiu. I'elition to sell real' estate
asked, una oiiiniueu an oruar 01 conn mr
leavu to sell tho real estate of wild di
ceased, to payjlho debts of said cstati.
Estate ol Albeit Zoisig. Luttor ot a t
ministration granted to Louis Jorgeii-en,
in said estate.
roi.K'K col nr.
Tho past wook has boon uu oxceediugly
dull one 111 tho police courts, on 110 one
day during thut tlmo has thero boon more
tbuii llireo cases, and thoy of 6.1 liltlo in.
portau'cit that it has not boon cnimdci.u
worth while to mention thuiii. .
Johir V. Mllllgan, who ya ho "lllched
in Imliauer." was botoro 1111 Honor
Judge Hross, fur drunkoiiesi. mllllgan
hud indulged in a bimpln limber
drunk, and wont to 'loop
ou thu sidewalk, Ho w.u
Hud i'J uud thu usual fuel. Me had nu
ready cash, and as a conso'piunco wmd to
thu city Jail for threo days.
John Ulllbory, wan drunk and iwisy
Mr. Dillbery will aUt In cleaning up tin,
itrueta fur threo day.
IVtrict Ouvall, a. roust-about, caiuo to
Cairo on one of the boats that lauded
horo on Tuesday. Fat had not had a good
iquaro drunk foi iovon.1 woeki, Hut no
didn't daro to get tight ''Jown-holow,'
for they hava too much clioiera
down thoro. and us cbohira and
whiskey don't go well tocether, bu put oil
his usual irbmonthly Spree until ho got to
.uiro whoro there Is no clebtra, and
where ho tioedn't ho "afraid on that ao
count. And when hn came to diro ho
did got drunk.' His was the most gonuinu
jaso ol drunk that has !;en known in this
iiy lor yetiM, Hill Luu has been drunk
for, twenty-tWo years, aud during all that
tlmo ho haHover seen tbo day he could
hold a candle to Duvall for a loose,
limber, aleepy drunk, Hut Duvall was
a harmless spree, and ho wus lined only
two dollars uud the trimmings. Ho think
it will require four days to sober oil, end
will stop with Dan. .McCartney at the (ity
jail ujitll tober.
FOIl a A LK,
I will sell my icsidciice imipi rt) on
ellth street, between Washington alelilie
and Walnut sticct, comprising six lol", urn-
lllllg thlotllh (lolll Sixth to Seveulh stleet-.
with tine dwi llliiK-holl'c, cuiLige hoti.c,
stable, Well, Irilit tlees, iTipei'l, etc, He
all III pllliio'cniidllioli.
AIo tlie line Ini'lui'.s "laud. No, 77 Ohio
AIo lol :n irs evi ellenl dull 01 jimliMt
l.ttnl, on the Ohio lllcr. ailolnlnu Hie town
ol I'.iledoiili. I'lil-nl.t county, half mile
lioin a i-tatluii ou the and Y. I.iilioad.
I Hie hundred acres under cliltiiatiou.
A t -1 1 u line let. :i) acres, with .1 good l.illil
lioll.e theleoli, situated ill Vlll.l Kidgii, 11
htaulltul il.i e, will Hocked with choice
Al-o luo lot. at theililllHI'lil 'llliril stlefit
and the b ice.
Also tblee ijood dluvs, nlnl llilce fobs (if
dl.i) hallies; .1 two-ior.e U:ioii, ueallv
new, Willi double Icillicss.
I'l Ices and teims re.tvou ible.
1 llio. duly III, 1 7::. D. lli'HIt.
, -ID -iw
EXCURSION To DEN V Hit
.M. A.NII Sr. L. I'At'KKf CoMCANI,
Aokni'm Ol ncu, Cairo, July l,lu7i!. )'
Tho Memphis and Ut. Louis I'noket
company now oiler tor sale round trip
tickets from Cairo to Denver end return
57i.t, (,,(l for ninety days lrom date of
sale. Also regular tickets 011 sale tor
Kansas City, Oinalii, Tupeka, Liwrence,
Sail Francisco and all principal hiiiIp
we"t, and by river and rail to all toilits
noli til . For further information call ut
tho company ' ollico, No. 71 Ohio levee,
under City National bank, Cairo, Illinois
.1 AMKS M.M.ioitv, Ticket Ag't
S..i. A. Sn.VKH, l'tt'-enger Ag t.
NOTICE OF KEMOVAI,.
Meisr. R. Smytlio A' Co., intend re
moving their entire slock of goods from
their old ft.uiJ, 011 tho Ohio levco, to the
0110 occupied by them at tho corner of
Nineteenth and Commercial avenue, hav.
ing met w ith a success in their new store
fur boyond their most sanguine expecta
tions, they hiivo Citiicludcd'to consolidate
for tho present at least, their business
lu ttio moalitiuui tlielr Horn lionx, on U,..
levee will bu given a thorough ovctliaul
ing nnd ilacod in perfect repair. Thank
ing thu public for past favors they reipect
Itilly solicit a coutinuanco of thu samo.
K YNASTON Tp Till: FRONT.
Mr. .lames Kyuaston, whoso reputation a
;i buteher is par ex'clleut Willi the people
ot this city, has opened a new meat
shop near Hie corner of Coiiimcicial incline
and Twentieth street, next door to Mr. I'at
Itui'i'- gioecry "tore. It la well inown ami
aclnowledtfcd fact that .Mr. Kynaston, ditr
tug hi" long expeiience lu the meat biisl-ne-s
In this city, never uttered to his cu-loin-cr
any thing but the choicest ol oeryHud.
of meat, lie is a good Judge of cattle, and
buy nothing but the youngest and lattett,
and us a con-eiucni:o Inn the best of bi-il.
The same in.iy be ald of ever) kind ot meat
"old by him. Give him atrial, and 0111 word
tor it, you will always lie plea-cd. li-ls-lt
A NEW FIltST.CLASS HARHER
Sllol. Melleiiry Kou A: Co, ol New Oilcans,
Iiavo come lo tlii- city lo -day, and have
fitted up a first class burlier-shop ou Com
mercial avenue iu the room uextto Uuti-
non's book atore, lately occupied by Stu
art ii (Hudson as a dry goods store. Tho
workmen aro all llrat'Clas and are pro
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc, in
tint very luteal styles. All they ask is u
trial. They re"puett'ully solicit a share of
public patronage McIIcmkv Hue A Cn,
A GOOD IN V EST M KN'T.
A rare cheticu is ullurod lo couui man
with money to iiivcst in good paying
property iu tlio most ilcsitahlo iurt ol the
clly. Two luts, CO feet front on Iho 'ave
nue, hoiiso I stories. Two largo Mores
can liu lilted up uu thu llrst tloor, tho up
per Mories uro well arranged tor otliees or
dwellings. Fur liirther particulars en
ijiiiruot .lolls l. HaiiMAN .V. Co,
0 I tt Real E-tutti Agent", Cain. Ills
READ Til IS.
On and after August I, 1 intend to do a
stiKlly cah lnulne, except with those of
my ciistomets who settle promptly on the
tirst of every mouth All old accounts
and iiotin iu m y luinds vhlch uro not
settled iri i soo, I tball advorlise and sell
at public vendue. D. A li t I'll.
Caiiio, July W, IhT-j. 7 l!7-lm
A. .1. ItOl-J, M. I).,
I lltl, e 111 el' TliOIMS .V Itl'O.'- (MOCCll klOIC
No. 1.1 C01111n1uei.il avenue
In i t Residence col lit I
I wellt).i-st htleel".
TjsSir You ctin
.nid onu-hitli Hs.
A Cotlco Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovcu Ibu. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
threo anil ono-half llba.Pruuo
Rio Colleo, Ono J)ollar ; Reat
Imporial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; 15oat Gtin
tiivwilni' Ton. Ono Dollar and
Sevonty-tlvo Cents per pound ;
Youni' Hyson and Oolong lea,
....... 0 -.j :
... n.illov. -..nr. nAlllltl. alUl OV-
V7iiu Vu... I-""-'. .
orv . lung proporuouuwj
x'7 bl Urniu TliVHY.
Homo AUvci'tisomon'tg. '
13 NT K RPRI3K SA V JtfUS'
(1 1 irter.i I if reli 'u, I-S1
CITY NATIONAL- HANK, CAIRO
A. II. MAKFOHD, I'le.ldeiit;
H. TAM.OIl. Nlcu-l'irsbli nl!
II. II1HI.OI', Societal) ami Tieaaiiril
p. M. IUici (I,
K. II. ni.s.s tuiii.
H II DtasismiiM,
( Ml", lltl lunsn,
I'll I (I. bUMI'll,
ti. r, iisiiimi,
1. K. Punnet.
III pnsllt ui 1111, A lun ii I lt'( It cl 1 1 010
I nn CrulN l.if itril I,
1MI.HI.tr paid tn demits si lli rslolmi
,.ifCl.t. pSr Alltllllll, Msn li 1st Mid ttutlll.-
n. i lf.1. Inlerst out vi ilti Iiiihii Ir (..l.le.l union.
IisU-I) to ll priii. ifal uf tlio dm
SUIHK tlimll Ciill'I'OMtld llltnlKsl
sits, ttll ISlj)
Hlilllkll WOUF.K AMI UHll.l.HIC.N
S'i iiiir woesr ti-sarss enits ir.
Dm n svity l.iitliissr dsi rroin a a 111. lo a I . ID
rmiuiiUt ni".nir n.r K.WINil I'KI'odllX
si,l., In 11. ( In a do. k
slioit tV, It IHl.l.l'. Tinasuni.
TUK CITY NATIONA 1
V .'. (HI),
OA PIT lis,
W. i'. It ild.lIUT. llAflt.
HEHItr Tb il.U4.10AT. Via P.alai
Vsl'.TER nVHtOI. 4.ita0il..'r
riruti Txtioi, llntiH Oosiat
(Usui 1 llunr, W p. Hutisar,
lis 1. I. Wiliiu, htrx-.s Hiha
1. H. SilMUi.
KtrliniiKft, A to null llnllnl N(mss
IIiiiiDm lloimi. t hint r...l.t.
'BIsl I V 1 1, p
t-'lltST NATIONAL HANK
II t I S J III)
R. W. Mll.l.KH, I'r-sldelil.
.1. M. I'HILLII M. Yirr-I'iesblelit.
CH.IS. Cl'MSIMilMU, Cvhlrr.
iriXUIIAMii: com, tnV notos nod UnltsJ
l'i ntimiiH.uriioa l.uutit nod holJ.
Iiiter.sl AltnwfMl (ill Tlllln IciohIIs.
hi cU K K,
Ou V.llilli id(ri-t, lirtvtshn Ueiiimiroisl'sa-I Wish
Cltnll AVUIIS. Isdsllf IMi.lllu(
iS'llW .MILLlii KllY OOODd
I,ATK-T M'lll.lU AMU f UMMKK STVLH".
I.H., lull lu, ut
uoT.rj.r.i3a.,! &c :a:A.rs:Ei
1 1 iiniiiis.l Knd uiitriinrord.J
HitNCH KLoWKH-s. HIIlHONrt, THItlltlNliH
ol All kinds, Lars,,, ft?., eU'.
Mrs. Milled lots nlo it isrtt saitmst
Ksin-i Aitlolrs, siicli s
M-'CK 'Il.X a'l.IAUt. UNIiKiiHI.tKVBH.
UtTKH, BA-ltsN, h A.-,1
Aui all oiktir articHs usuall) lour..! in s
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. McUee. In addition to ber Htm I. of
Fancy and Millinery (loods, Iris a flue and
Complete a-portment of Clliellltl.ltl Custom
imtin Ladles' and Ml-ies' Siloes and Chll
die us' lloot", Itlack and III Color". Tbe-c
'ireackiiowlcdged to he the lini-t ami hesl
evel In the market, and tills Is I lie only
boll"0 Hie cltV that llial.es the III a spccinlt)
Summer Attention to the
trade. Having a large selec
tion of handsoiue white ifooil.s
very cheap, Halislede valen
cieiniis, plain slriped ami fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped ami li.irui'etl ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles iu great vari
eties and patterns; Nans.onlcs
patients ; linen lawns, white
ami Ii mired; l'eivalesin hand
some figures and designs; eni
hroidereis in large assort,.
mollis ; white trimmings in
largo assort incuts ; linen suit
ings in all similes ; liiitu dam
asks, handsome . patterns ;
Jiavc in store a very complete,
huge anil seasonable assort
ment of drv goods vorv cheap.
(!. 1 1 ANN Y.
P. S. Please call, no troll
hie to show goods. d-L'S If
IIHOI'si AMI -.lines
And buy jour
rmo'i'fl at 1:1:3 h 1
o in h
Cor. T 11II1 Mi eel nml ( 010 in ei clul At
I am now prepared to in iniil.tcture a!
spun;: si) lc",sucli a" patent Icatliei, inoiioco
unci, nlnl call-Kin hoots. Mine", Willi mix
i a... ai-o
and pillup soles, Scotch bottoms
UKC or any uiuci siyio you wish
iiialiulacliiilng un cvtiu (tuality
ot ladles' ahnc. My uiutcilul nml work
1 are xvuriauted to be ot tint host. I
am detiimluedionotbe 11 r-old lor tin
S1U110 iUali(y 0i Kl,o.n,
Repairing done neatly
aud uu abort
m 11 a.
Our Homo Advertisers.
' II. II. (,'aisJce
Ilo. Puti, st I II. H. Oam
W. 11. JloiriS,
Fllllt, HULL, OAKOO, I.IVBHTOIHC
AOUI HUNT, L 1 1 fv,
jr bu'tia jh a at.
i: I Is' A. IIAU'I flJHl),
"s , I,!ll s,
NuKlll A.MKlili'l pi..,
II llll'Ktirtl), (K)MS.,
Assi.ts ., Ci.lK II it
Atti - ..II.Wl.lls "-
IN I K.KNA I'IdN.II,, N. ?.,
A" M....MM ...11,111
...MM. MtlM.i,. tl&,(-''
AUfcTlIUAN l)KNTH.tIH M(l,,
Aaotis -. ... tW,iav s,
TBAVKl KHtf, HAItmHl, l.tCK s.-..
A l . .....,,.. ., 11 ,uai,i u
K.UI,W( r PAHKR(IRIW A-4I!KM V.
itstu T ..' . .. '. ..r..7.lii-
Asel .M. ii,M'i )
KAFJ'OItl). MoTtUISA (JAKDhK,
7 I Ohio l.rl .,
TKUTONJ A Ii I V K INSUHA M l
or CHIOAGO, IM.IKOI .
(lENl'L.Ori'InC, l"' WalHINaTO.t
'J ill" (iriiflsn Idlr lllsairnnr.i Ci.uipai ,
KU.irsMlrs nut only l'stU-up I'ollcln- I 11
l-u 1 Value lu Csb nu tbr .Viin-fiirlritui
JOHN A. UUCK, - - 1'ie.id.it.t
0 KHOREIIDORF, - - - Hcfetnry
JOHN W. I'RHKMS,
Agelil for Cairo and Vli lini)
Mil 1'ION NO. 17.
A aro. latlou fur promntliig Life Instiiaii
and alek llrllef hy Weekly dues utid mutual
lo-opcratloii In object, ol public benefit.
'I he I. lie insurance 1'oucles will t.e lM.t 1
by the 'iVutonlu Idle Itftiiaiiiu Couipui)
II. MEYERS, Fre.iler,t
JOHN W. FRF ESS, Au r.
Ittr Cli 11 Mini toltill
VI MK AND.MAIIINK
X m STTBA '.t-T.a HI
n HUVAKIX, Ji. t ,
HAKOVSH, H. T,
KEVpiiuo, K. r,
. 711 -
Compriataf tlw Dr. JsrwrlUrt' Agate'
rluruv.u'H riiKii, e. r.
SKC'UIUT)', W. Y. X1AHIH8,
ftotts, I'-relllMs, Kuitilliiru, Hulls u,l
HJt, n.suit.1 nt rMi s 1.1 (t)i ral.lt ss (u, 1
ouLeoi .1. ut ity i!l rri.nl.
1 frsliH-lfutly nk u( thn oltllsli.uf I's
fluti ol 1 l.r 1 r pslruus'n.
l.rV. Mt lJHK
Vrl,M-.'l AMI I.IMIIHIII.
K . SM YT1I A CO.
11 ,1 I It Ii .
1. x v s a
I , I, 1 il II I B.
r,ust'.lllly ID l.slid
plain sloe It uf
c ro, iroT-AHi
ru.-VOII AMI) IUIHI1 ivnisuif
- (I I N H ,
1'oit, Maderh, Mhorrynnd Oalaba it'
ll. Smith A Co. nut sdni BKHde lei '-pi
e.r. Sli Kay . Co.'h I'ltta buitt ate, nt w !
larre stock I" kept colisUlllly (ill Icli
Si'I'CA UII A'l'S.
OAII'.O AND l'A'lHJL'AII
m.AII. Ill) XI,
I li 4n lid srs.iii
:r 1: s .it .
D111; Fowt.KK, Captain
l.eives Cain. DAII.l, (Siiudaj'ex'cepte-I
I p ui I or tli U'htopussaifetpplyou boi'
to I AS. ,M 1 1. 1,1)11 1', Ax'l
111) AT M'l'oltl'M.
a aTTTv i'lhTi n",
HOA',11 H'X'O 1 6 hhH
n 11 0 0 k 11 ! n ,
I' It U V I HI (' H H KT I
ln,ii. It t
I.vmiu Itlodu'elt. defeudaiit. Is not I li 1' I
that on July SI. J"'"'. ,M. Itlodsetl.
I. mplaliiant, tiled he 1; h II in chaiiceo
In the Alexander enmity circuit com I, stale
ol limio1". tor divorce, and that said suit. I
now pending I" V'1'1 '''""I. I'li.tt thelcupotl
a sut'iinon wa" l"fUed out of Hie clelk s
oillciiof k alt com I against ot, letillli ihle
"ho fiHiH'i Tuesdiiy In July, IS7H, to a
Ii'iiii ol M'i'l ''0,llt "'en In ho boldeli at the
cnint. house In Cairo, in :ild county and
s a c. Dated July lilbt. laVll.
ilKUIIKN S. YOCUM.CIClk-.