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ONlA" ONE OH ANG EOF CARS
( OM CAIRO '10 , .
OMtMMi, J-lieaepeilB, J?.
n.i Cleveland, ""
MM), Plttll, weaninainn.
MMnor, Philadelphia, New tnrk.
'Boilon end all points "l.
Mtlaraukle, JeaMfllle, . .. Media, n.
This U lo the only direct relit to
Decatur. Bloomtnulon, Plptingeld,
."itodola. Dixon, Freeporl,
OiWma.-' Dubuque, fioiuUitj,
' 'Oeinhe and all uotula not Ml.
Klee-ant Drawing Room Sleeping On"
On nil Night Trains.
Cheeked in ll Important points.
Fof ticket and iBfermatiaa, apply lo L 0. R-K
devot at Mro) on board Ine traaail eteamer be-
iv.ii.min.. a mi iuir. ami ti in crlnoir.ik
I railroad ticket oflloea tnronghout the eujh.
I W. P. JOHNION. Oub'I ft. A R't, OhlOSlO.
i p mm"; 1 - .
V A. MiniatM., Oen'fi Hutl. UhloRO.
.1. JOHNSON Ag't, Cnlro.
1. ....... ....... nt ll.n tlllnnW ('..litral
: (HU.I7 ..... ...a ww .....-.-- ........ '
i' - .1... n-111 mil. f. liillfiwy.
I -...... I mil i..iinv. i mill mill micr :iu
1 kiliirMj. dallT
. 1 aiau, except, milium)
. ....I'.Um, in.
Ml, UUy cxcppt Sumlay
)tAILR0Al) i'TuB TAlllK.
0Am'd.JXus9a no tkxah it. u
ri On and rtor TiictnT.Jiity 10. lrnn
will ruii'tUHy. oxctpt rtumUy, litiweni
UreertiHrt'ii-'taUilInt; uail lmu Mnu,
AllffSOlin. M I0U0WB
Le Jrenacld' t..,, ,, . A-M p. in
MTlvnktciroenfliild'H'at .... :W u.m
ArrlTtj ntlron SjdlnK nt... 7: 15 p.iu
l.fuve iron hilling :ii u:in u.m
fllK OA IKO AND VhVGKNXKS
lflUOttTI'.aT ltOUXK 1'UO.M OA 1 110
Cluclntmtl, ItnllMiipnlK Tnlvilo,
Hudilo. l'lttiburi!. U'nililiiL'lnii.
Hklllmorc, I'lill iiloliilila, .Nrvv Ymk.
VOttnu mm nil KIM 1'olliU.
OUANOK OK 'ATM H.
H)n tl niter Tnotar. Julv 1. IHT.t. iriilnt
Will nm ai fullow : f
UoIuk norlliIftvt t!lrot... ..... t-M) u.m.
, UOUNU CtfV AVC6MM01)ATl6. .,
f, OofWl Horlh.
ri Cairo, ttt. . , . UrilJ a.m. nml ti.OD p. in.
Airlvei ti.C(fpkt. )t):(W .ui; nU lS p.ui.
ThtrM tlKlntuonh nrrUo's nt Vhi.
t rMu vjm Tltl' tlio IndltiptiUa uud
IVlacooMi tultrokd tor lndlnuuDQlli. iim
Igrmt rJlroaa cntr, frooi yliich pciLt
ireiai an cwnsnuig ill uu noun, lor nil
-xouiii is ue uuiiea etktai nnd Canaan. At
i"iiip.m.TVli lit JtTaiwvilJs and . Cr.iv.
i iciuiie raliroail. roi Terra lluute. IihIIj
nai'Olla. Chieairu. Daliilllu nixt nil i.nli.iu
viof,TU wo terra name, J.vunivnie and
Chlcojo railroad, Und eaut U tlio Vuudalln
iMianu inaianapoiirKiiusi. .onie railroad,
Aijuwvp m. wiim tne uiu xnu uietiuippi
itiuuiu, iui viuuiuuaii, iiiinivini. anil all
poini tair, via ClncluiiMi.
PkMenccra koIiiu br Dili niutii att nli.Vil
mii 'ABUunapoiiaiuciunall, i.uiiitwiiu, new
rk, iiuuinn, rniludolplili, llalllmore,
WWhlUmi, alnt all vailcin pdiliU, ImkUk
Boitn In advaintt fit nny ollirr route ,
uucprcw train loiinei iiiiii ni tliln
ada with SU l.uiiWaud Snutlu'AMerii mil.
fay,1 tor . Loiili, Mt. Vernon (llllnulcj,
Buanueriunu, nun an ji.iiiii.h iMUHffll Mini
awiauii nt. luum,
XI SotU C':tv inliki'ii clnm I'liniici'tlini
orSprlnirflflil, jUwk lal.tnd, nml all p.ilnU
AtCarml ivItbHt. LftnN, F.utKtlllc, lion,
enon und .Ni.lnllle lathvuy lluu, lor Ml.
rortion (ludlnua). Cvuiiviliii n,ti.i,.r..m
kenlncky), Nmlivllllu tTfiuichi;cK innl :ll
ullltloBHl. .I..-IC.. 11. aiul.N. i:ilKv:iv
tTIf" "" InipoiUint poixta.
lawmr tickets. mid IliroiiiiMll.ni at.nlv mi
iirTtJaJtetoillio, corner Svuth street and
iiiurumi'mi nvnillir, i;ir(l, III1II0I3.
.INO. L.KK, tlup t. UHAh.U, Wodll,
lion. I'an'r mid Ticket An't
It.". BDKNMiie, Ajjwit, fall fi.
'.DOCAL WKATIIEU KWOItT.
U. H. SlO. fiKK., (JBSKJ.VKU'H UfrlCR, I
CAIMO, AusinfJ, 1M73, 1U.11 p.m. J
TUrinomoUr 7a ileitreeK.
IffTt-.t . .....
iiiui, iiuiuiwi.i, cloclly l mllca pr
Weather, heavy rain.
MiBltuum temporatiiro, lint 'U lioure, TO
lYoralllnc wind lust '24 lioilri. noiilluvcst
'If IXoW uumlicr of mlloa wind travelled, but
, UuwiN Oakland, Obaerver.
feift Soolc'U ale, alout portr, and eight
i$$JbPUrbn whliVey to ho founil only
thfOftUl ialoon, corner ot Sixth atroet
d Ooflahjoroial nvenuo.
V.t KTEAOXt.A St l.iVIt
-U5,'jpi, , - Vroprlotori.
UackH'Idrtba'Calro; Arkaniaa and Texa
Adj-'ttarttag Irom White A Oreer'a
: iofiier ot Sixth atrcet uiil Ohio levee,
lV.. 4 fUtt IMI'MHfU.MH w ...,u.
ILi John Mkykra. Aiseut.
llWjWP proprietor, rerclyu board ut
iMtM xonermoniu. rin.Lr
,ii " , ,
oo wiuir : auuue anu uouiiiB x mi,,.
IN flOUUK XCULVV, beaL .tiualltir, ol
ltiriila ' - 7'
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LOCAL HUORT 0TOP3.
Heavy ralnjait nl(;ht. ' 1
.Stontuboat butliiv.'a' 14 duuldodl.liill.
t Oircnlt coiir-(l will ho til .filon I In
wefk, ' .-
Urenwnih) II fly ronti a lohd mV llm
box factory," 7Jii-;lw
llmlneM on .the lovoe VeitcrJay wm
a llltlo hatter llati tlm day before.
-Prof, Alvord haa (;oiio on a vllt to
Chicago and Will ho ahmnt (.ovfiral day.
lUlley'a abH'lr- nl fruit rana U llin
Uracil In tlio marlint, and ha li lomti nl
ran wnx. .-'JH-l In.
Mr, C'oll'ey of tlio firm of Colfny, tlnr
rliou ft Co., ta viiltlng It Id faiiilly at Aali
Icy, Illinois, to-day.
Jnt rocotvod aud for aalo ntty br
rola (pure cidor vinegar, at Matliui t
Uhl'i, fi 1 Ohio loveo. H.:M w
Dob ('unnlnnliam hna rumovml hi
food atoro nuo door bolow his old statu), to
tho hoii'o Intuly occupied by It. .Smyth A
-llrilloy will odor extra ltidiioomonta
for tho next i10dya,6o aa' to niako room
for hla largo nnlor of hnattlig'atovo.
Tlioro will ho n regular mooting of
tho city council on Tuesday ovotiing noxt.
Uontidorablo butliiea will onmo up for
Tho oxouralou to Capo Olrardoau to-
ilny on the Tyrono proinlioa to bo a grnnd
and onjoynblo nfl'iilr, Tho attendance will
ho largo. Oo, orerybody who can.
Thoro waa a lively racodown the lovo
yoatorday after n couplo of bnrrola of flour
which foil fromn dray. Inatoad of colnc
into tho river llin flour wan ipllleil on thn
Cupt. .1. M. Phillip who hat boon
pending aonio timo In Denvor, Colorado,
returned homo on Kridny. Ho loft llonry
Hiilllday nnd K. (!. ITIil at Donver, and
roporta them enjoying tho trip hugoly.
iho iinoatlon of a new trial for Camp
bftlllbn murderer, whom thojury wbntriod
lilm lay ahull ho hanged, haa not yet been
dioldod. Tho quost.oti will probably b
aeltled aomctluio during the proacnt woek
Health lllhetir Wootun reporta ilr,
KrniiU Kllno'a alniislilorOuiuie, nulalil
tho MliaUilppi Inven, near tho foot o;
iwontii alroot, In llrit-olaaa condition
ovnrythmK nlioitt it being in clean na It
Tholdncah 'Kentuellnn's yarn that
Capt. Johnson'a Imlrla ao short thataclnaora
can't cut It ofl' I Inrorrect. Or. Dunning
nya inai upon examination ho found tw
aprlgi that were threr-olglitha of an iuc
Or. O. V. Duunlng propoaoa to build
h liandiomo realdnnca on thn lite of hla
proaent home, the work on the new build,
lug tn ho commrnoed at onco. Tht now
hulldlng la to bi two atorioa high and
K. dinyth A Co., Jiavo comjihttod tho
removal of their Immenie atock of uooda
to tholr up town home, at tho corner of
nineteenth atroet and Commercial avo
nue, where thoy are driving a large im
nuwi.ura oiinin, inrant dauul.ter ol
tir I . . ..
.i nnu i.owinlra amilh, died at tho
homo of the father, on Waahlnjton ay a
miu uear loiiiluenlli atreot, yeiier.Uy
morning ai a o clock. Tho f.iuural took
place jenterday afternoon
-I'. I'ileralil H hla looma, comer
Foiirternth atreet nnd Commercial vo-
hub. oil.'ra fur i,le lluiniieij' I'on-r .t-
Ruaa' aloa and iiuro IlunnfMy brandy.
and Um gsiniiuu ,.:goHur bittvra, all
lirit cUiu chulura cur. Tiv thum
7 17 tf
lo lo llalley' lor voo. atovua nnd
goo, lmrijnlim, IfiA Wnahliii' ton nveuue.
Tho llaiitista will meet thin alternoon.
- o'clock, nt ihu realdeuco of Mr. .1. 1'.
Oaiiiblo,ti approvo thu Kdtor nud choono
delegate to tho naioclalloii to ht buld
with tho l'rl,.ndiblp Eburcli. lour mltet
north of Duiigolu, on Mftturdny nnd Mum.
An ongliioor iihtned Heat of the Culro
ami inconuoa railroad wna nttaike.l at
Curml with clmlera yeitorday morning
and dlod nt throe o'clock in tho afternoon,
Thoro has been a number of now uaaua but
only ono or two deittha aluco Thursday.
'J'ho dliouise la auld to bo rapidly abating.
luuro hua been conaldernblo irravel
brought to the city within tho paat law
duya to bo lined In atralghtoning up and
allaatliig tho track of tho Cairo and Yln-
cenoea railroad on Commercial avenue
All that lnu hen brought In lately baa
uoon uepqaiwi batwaen Blxth and Seventh
0. llanny wlthea tha nublln to h In
formed that ho haa on hand a atock of
dry gooda aud carpets a oxtenaWo a any
m mo ooumwoat, and that ho la dotertiv
mod to aell everything at price lower
than tho lowtit. Call on him to-day and
examine good a and prloee. He will aatiafv
you both ai to quality and cost.
Dr. I.avarty, homoeopath lat nbvsi-
clan, late of Shawnoetown, ha located la
mi city, and lotonda making It hla homo
The doctor come to Cairo well recom
mended, and ioforto the officer of tho
Firat National bank or Shawnoetown, to
whom ho la well known, having practiced
hla profession among thorn for year. Ho
aoliclta a fair share or the patronage of
Sealed propotnla will bo racnivMl hv
'K. Uroaa for the construction of a araall
dwelling bouse for Mrs. George TVeldon.
Tho partioa bidding must not go abovo
$1140, a that is tho amount of money In
hi htnda'to be expended in building tho
liouioOI conrao tho contract .will be
awarded, to tlu party furnishing Ibe beat
plan and spoclllcatlona for tho huilding,
It 1 laid thai a petition requesting the
c(ty council to.pMa an ordinance iuppreH
log the negro dance houao of the city,
will t presented at one of the two meet
ing to lie hejd soon,, pr, om tiu past
complalou loud and deep, have been mado
of Meiwinaer in which teveral '6f:iheo
place we conducted. Negroes drink, get
.drunk, and then raise Ned generally fr-
quenvy ngnting, ana making night bide.
on wlth.Mrjyell. It would not be iur-
v.i.. A - TiifAJ li -. . -
ving ii several oi ineronouse were to
ha clnu.1 .. "
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, AUGUST
't here will be a grand relliokd oieur
alon toBreadiDg'iUpringOTrth0 arid
V. U.K. on Monday Auguat 4th, glvn
by the mtmtwra nr-the A M K. Church,
for tli beoedt 'of the nnw church; ' The
train will leave the collier or LMyebth
atrt and Commercial aVenne at UJ
iiVJock a in. I'arn from Cairo, round trip
$1, from Mound City M cent; All are
Invited, Itxv. Wm. JAoaioN,
M.I lit MlbliUr in Charirn.
llalley ha a lot of wood pumps and
tubing which ho offer extra low; call and
fee thoui, tfiH Washington avenue.
Ily a circular publlahed In another
column of to-day' Hum.ctin It will be
aoim that the houae of J), Hunt A Son,
havo arranged with Monar. Coffey, Har
rison A Co., to lucceed than In the for
warding and commission business.
Measra. Hurd & .Son could not havo
placed tholr business In bettor hands;
and tho patron of tho old Arm will find
that In tholr dealing with tho now they
will meet with tha samo fair dealing and
courtesy that has characterised their In-
tervourso with the house of I). Hurd A
IN TUB SUN TO-DAY.
Klin on IIuli,ti It is not difltcult
In a city llko Cairo, with iU $220 worth of
team engine, tot an ordinary observer to
pick up n row Item or Interest tfcet will,
in spito of all precautions, oscape the ob
servation of the lynx eyed "locals" of our
dally papors. I have aomellmea thought
that the "local ' look for too much. Fresh
aa a morning glory ho starts out with hi
little book nnd pencil, look about for
cool placo, and having found one, quietly
teat hlmtell nnd wait for a horrible
murder, or a steamboat oxploaion to ro-
vetil Itsnlf. If It don't come liii aoon
wearies rrom tlio tension on bis nerve i
and heads bis page '
Hot In the auu to-day.
Gone Mr, Q.. 1. to Donver.
Scarce Local items In the Hun to
day. Vory hot In the sun to-day,
Crowded out local Hums on account of
And so on, adintlnitum. Verily, I
think tho local ought not to oipnct too
many big things, nor should he be blamed
too severely, If he don't get them. Ho can
not bo oiiiulprvseut,aud barring thn editor,
i thn poorest paid, and tho worst Ted of
any one outaide tho county farm. Ami If
) was a 11 Local" and got aa much abuae aa
ia ahowared upon tlio heads of some, I
would go nmong tho twenty-eight thousaud
dollar worth of casus and iheir nondoacript
progeny, that this city repreacnta, and get
up a first-class kinking match, and I would
make it a part of my high calling to sen
that some one got kicked.
Knowing your to bo a noted religious
Journal, (1 expect to ropant at tlio eleventh
hour,) 1 am quite surprised that your of
forts have never been directed against the
growing, and to be candid, I must say
nourishing, horeay ofapltltualiMii. Thero
arw lu tbri. city ot Cairo, with Its $220
,...iu .,i unain nii(luMf-ba Ust ttinu two
hundred full.tlttdgtd spiritualists nnd I do
not include, In this oatimala, any of
thoro who have t.i converted at the bar
ol Uacuhua. It I did It would far tiioeed
that number. I don't know Just what you
would aay against spiritualism, almost
anything would do to start with for It
would ho an inethaiiatlhlu ilhect j It and
its attributes, Iron lovo and the olhtr
thing, whatever it is called (a sort of
Dilating around nmoug ono another), and
ll the subject was ouco started no ilouht It
could be made quite lliloNNttng,
The )retut limn lu fulru, with Its two
hundred and twenty dollar Worth o
lUkiu engiiiea, the man most feared nbd
drnaded by ' tlltli-lovilii' polil. fa
Wlmotelij hols as busy nan little dot'
With two tails. Ho is herd, tbti, every,
wbiiro, aud sous everything. Hut hn w
something on lata Satutdny that he never
saw djiforo; it was ou Fifth atreat b.
tweon Washington aud Walnut; origin
ally It was bolow the grouud, but it had
found tti way to the surface, and there It
ay lu all its nakedness, nearly ; some
kind hearted person had sprinkled oyer
its carcjua athln :oat ot lime and ashes.
In was not otloiisivo to smoll.
In tub Hun to-hav,
Five largo rooms, aultablo for ofllco or
leeplng rooms. Knqulro of K.lllott At
A flnc, new cottage, complete in all its
rospocts, situated on Vlftoenth troet op
posite tho pott-oflico. For particular en
quire ol White A Co., corner Twentieth
treat and Washington avenue. H-n-Ot
MUST UK PAID.
Account due to Mathus A Ubl mutt be
paid on or before tho 15th lost., or tbey
will bo placed In tho bands of an officer
fur collection. We moan this.
8-3-tw MatbuhA (Tin..
ATTENTION SIR KNKIHTS.
A regular conclavo or the Cairo
Comraaudery No. HI K. T. will be held at
the asylum on Monday evening August
4, A. D. 1873, A. O. 756. Important
business to transact. Full attendance re
quested. .Iaiikr A. I'iiii.lis,
to our vKimm and patkons.
Retiring from the commission and for
warding busioess, In tbi city, to-day, we
have arranged with Miens, Coffey, Har
rison & Co., a firm of long experience,
good business habit and capacity, of
trlct Integrity and ample capital, to suc
ceed us in thl) business.
We take pUaiure in recommending the
firm to our correspondent and neighbor,
andbospuk for them, a continuance of
the generous patronage and courtaou
treatment ao.long extended to ua,
D. Uuhu A Hon.
Cairo, Mi., Auguat 1, 1673. 8-3-nt
Two,A No. 1 bog-catchera inn ((t .
ployiset by oalllnf on m at once.
AMI BH axperw atfau appiy.
WM. McHXtl, City Maribal.
NOT MUCH DONG IN TIIK OIK
1 'OriT, COUKT YKtfVKKDAY'
TH 1C POI.1CK
(10UHT A l.lTTl.lt
In the circuit cuillt ytorday inorniog
tho trial ot Jatnti Harria for au assault
will Intent to kill, was continued A nnm
iwrof'wllMM were examined, and tho
counsel lu the ca made thort addresses to
tho Jury, after which the Jury retired. Af.
tor a short absence they returned a ver
dict of "not guilty," and Herri wt dls
charged. Court adjourned until half past sit.
o'clock to-morrow morning.
th it roucn doubts,
The business In tho police courts yeeler-
day wu a irreal improvement over that or
any day for tbopait week or ten day. AI.
though It was Police Magistrate " Bird'
day.'there was at niuob, if notfjmore bull-
neaa transacted before Judge Urns than
before Mr. bird.
Mary WillUm, negro woman,
one of th cook at tno
Ht.Charle hotel, by her attorney D.T
Unegar, brought auit agalntt one Sip
Oal, alto an employe of the Si. Charles,
for the sum of $C9 00, wbloh she claim
sho loanod to him In August last. Gale
was represented by .ludee Allen. The
case came up before judge Uroia yesterday
morning, and a Judgment for the fu 1
amount dawned wa rendered against
dales, (late, "smarting uncUr thopaag
of defeat," obtained a warrant for Mary
Williams, charging that Sometime
ago while in a conversation with her, sho
bail used abusive and Insulting language,
" calculated to provoke a breach of the
peace." Mary Williams plead guilty to
I the charge, and was lined $5 and the costs.
Now, it wu Mary' turn to com hack at
dates, and the did It. She "cussed out"
a warrant chanttnir him with
having called her some very naughty
names, lint It was near noon, and a all
the porters were needed at the hotel, the
bearing of the case against dales was tat
for two o'clock. The parties all went back
to the hotel, and Mary Williams pro.
ceeded to preparo thn lioon-tiinn luaa
She was at work, when all of a sudden
"service dlh came llytug across the room
and hit her ill the face, cutting an ugly
gash above thn left eye. Several other
dishes aud inlseN of a like character fol
lowed In quick succession, but fortunately
for Miss Williams none of them struck
her. dales wa the guilty ratcal who
throw the dishes, and Miss Williams, af
ter patching up her face, sought .lodge
Bross, and another warrant on a charge
of lighting was Issued for Qale. The cate
came up before Bird, and on the first war
rant lor abusive language Uales wa
fined fire dollars and thn costs and on the
second for assaulting Mist Williams
another live and the Inseparables wa
u.lded. Later in tha day a pace warrant
was taken out by Ml Williams nd IU
likely (laWa will be bld linJel bonds to
keep the peace.
Nest came Mr. A. .1. Carle, who (or
an assault upon Fred Winter br-, was
lined live dollam and the coK Night be
fore last Mr. Carle was ou bit way to bit
llvsiy stable, kd when uear th corner ot
Ninth atroet and Watbiugtoii avenue, he
was met by Wfnterburg, who accosted Mr.
Carle and lb addresdbg hliu used same
very Insulting language, Carl retaliated
and hefoio tbey were separated Winter
berg's cuiibttnanco somewhat re
tsiublod that of an angry turkey gobbler
Tit for tat. y.ii kill my doit and I'll
kill ysur cat. -Mr, Intarburg was re
quested to step tip to the bar and explain
why he bad taid what he bad to Mr. Carle.
Melog unable to give a satisfactory ex
planation, be was lined five dollars aud
the Usual costs.
(Utah Moore, whu is a mulatto, said
that a certain big negro, whose name la
known to almost everybody lu Cairo hut
us, wu a "thief aud a lock.plcker," all of
which was cousi.lared "language calcula
ted to provoke a breach ol tho peace,"
and the afoieaald Mr. Moore was charged
fivodollari and the cost, She paid, but
averred bor abilitvto prove what sho had
David Clark, a colored man, wa ar
retted on a warrant worn out by a young
mnn named aUalty, charging him with
tne men or a watcn, Clark wa not
ready for trial, and the cue wa continued
till nine o'clock to-morrow. In tho moan-
time Clark will "atop with" Mr. Fitrgor.
aid at the county jail.
Ileforo J. J, Bird, Police Maglilreto.
Tom. O Toole, as German from tho
county Kent, Ireland, for drunkeneta,waa
fined two dollar and cost, and tent to
jail for four dayt.
f rank naoaiiy, an Italian boy wa up
on a charge of disorderly conduct) but the
proof agalntt him wm too flimsy, and he
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER
Tbo partnenbip heretofore existing
between Coffey, Brown A Harrison and
E. 0. Pace A Co,, undor the ttyle and
firm of Coffey, Pace A Co., bu been tbli
day dissolved by mutual consont, Coffey,
Brown A Harrison retiring, and JC O.
Pace Sc Co. succeeding, who will continue
tbo business under the firm naiuo of K.
0. Pace A Co.
OorrBY, BaowK A Harrikon,
E. 0. Pack A Co.
Referring to the above dissolution, wa
tike pleasure In recommending the firm of
E. 0. Pace A Co. to our lormr friend
Con' xt, Brown A Hakrion,
Auguat 1, 1873.
A GOOD IN VK8TMJCNT.
A rare chance It ofred to soma man
with money to lure in good, HJ'BE
property in tha most dwlrahU part ef the
city. Two leti.M Hi front on Ua ave
nue, home 3 OoriM Two large itore
eau be fitted ujfii the trtt ioor, the up.
per itorle are watt tHMgod for ce er
dwelling. For (itrlesr HHIk"
quire of J Co.,
' 0-4-tf Roal Istats) Agent, Cairo, IUi
LET UK MOT.
I. id is' Met.
Hatchet, Mary Hooker, Frances
Dtcoooy, Pauline '.'
Ooidau, Maltha. 1
l.amlrum, M J
Duron, Mary K
Uub, Elvira K
Law la. 11
iV heeler, Mary S
lloyd, Wm Capt Bonnlnger, I'etar
Barlow, .1 M
Colby, Wm P
Church, U F
Fits Hugby, John
Lane, John H.
Miller, Charle P E
Ryan, John M
Short, Wm F
Simon, C P
Croat. Micha d
Dodd, J W
rkaunman, K ll
O llrino, It II
rotter, ji u
Sbottr, "Wm A 2
Stanton, Louis k
Sbefler, D W
Walah, Robert 2
Trade Water Cool Co
Walden, M A
AI.'OTION SALE OF VALt'AIILE LEVKK
IwllUfll on Wednesday llic Ulh day ol
August, 187:1, ut 10 a.m., at public auc
tlon to tho hlghott bidder, tho following dc
scribed properly, to-wlt :
Lots numbered seventeen (17) and fUIi
teen (18), In block numbered one (1), In th
city of Cairo, Illinois,, being on the conn
of l'ouith street aud OhW Icu-c.
Thl property Is beyond doubt ono ol th
llnrst biislnesa Hitra in the city
The purchaser of lot No. 17 will bale lb
tie and brnellt of the north wall of th
house alttuted on lot 111, ..line block, wurlli
ul leat $l,00u.
'JVrnis, $l,uOO ca'li on each lot, balance I
one year with $ per cent, IntcreM, secured
hv deed of trul on property.
('. Winston, Anent.
IHNIKi, LIaiitm KSf Auctioneer, ) did
I win sen my re-lilcnco property on Scv
cutis street, between Wunhlngtou avenue
and Walnut street, comprising tlx lot", run
nlng through from Hixth tn Seventh streets
with line dwelling-bonne, canlac houe
stable, well, fruit tree, grapery, etc., etc
all In prime couditloii,
Alao the line budncx stand, No. 77 Ohio
A1m 1M acres excellent fruit or farming
land, on the Ohio rher, adjoining the low
ot Caledonia, Pnlakki county, half mile
Irom a station on the C. and V. railroad
One hundred acres under cultivation.
house ibercon, situated tn Villa ttldge,
beautiful place, well slocked with cbolt
Also two lot ut the coriiiTnl 'I'hltd liici.
aud the levee.
Alao three good diuyt. aud three it to ol
dray harness; u lwo..inrse wagon, iit.il)
new, with double uariiess.
Prices ami teiuis roaon-ihle.
Cairo, July !, 1.S7U. H. hhi,
Aor's.Oi'riPK C. A V. R U.,
Caiiio, Ills, July '.'ti, 1UV.1.
rur tbo accommodation of the cltir.eu
of Cairo, tho Mound City accommodation
train will ou and alter Monday, July 'Ja,
top aa follows At Fourteenth street
1'wentleth atreet, Twenty. tilth street,
Thirty. fouith street, aud the criming of
tbo Illinois Central railroad. No one
will be permitted on tbo train without a
ticket. Fare between Seveuth atreet sta
tion and IlllnoU Central railroad crossing
and Intermediate points, Dve cents.
Ticket good for twenty Jarea can be pur
chased at the ticket ollica, corner of Sev
enth street, for one dollar, Patten gets
will not be permitted to get oil' or on thn,
train at any point other than tha above.
i;iiAN. II. WHIP,
Onn'l. Passenger nnd Ticket Agt
KYNA9T0N TO THE FRONT.
Mr. James Kynaston, whose reputation as
a nutcner i par excellent with tho people
ot this city, bait opened a new meat
hop near the corner of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth street, next door to Mr. Pat
uurt a grocery store. It isawelllnown aud
aclnowledged fact that Mr. Kynaston, dur
ing hla long experience in the meat hual
ne9 in this city, never offered to hla custom.
ens anything but tho choicest or oyery Had
or meat. He I a good judge of cattle, and
tmya nothing but the youngoit and (attest,
and m a consequence haa the beat of beer.
Tbo lame may bo Hald or every kind of meat
old by him. Give blm a trial, nud our word
lor It, you will alway ho pleased. U-i8.tr
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A two-atory boua on Commercial nvo
nuo near the corner of Nineteenth stroet.
The houie la forty reet Jong by twonty
two feot wide. It contain! ten rooms and
hitehen, and a good cittern and necessary
ont-houset are attached tj It. It la wol
ventilated and well adapted for a business
house or dwelling. It Is In abuslfess part
of tbo city and ha been newly painted,
and renovated Insidoand out. Apply to
Shannon House. Ohio Levee,
i A neat cottage, located on Poplar be
twtn Twentieth and Division street.
The Louse contains four rooma aud kitch
en, with good cistern and out homes com
plt. Miciuir. Coyne,
. Ou sod after August I, I intend to do 'A
Irlctly caah builiwi, except with tboie of.
rey custonwui who settle promptly, on tho
int of every pntb, AI, old account
wd notei in )y bands wbloUr.nre not
ifttled trry so,-1 shall ad fertile aM Mil
M pabllc yendsj , D.' AwTBR.
' Cairo, July 26, 1872. 7-l-. Jj
ASTRAY NOTICE. .
tnUh'hp ly V.trL King of Cleat Creek
preolnut, mi the ICth day of .Tune, 1BJ3,
and ' posted before Jauiiia L. fl.n.l.rs J.
1' ,on the :10th day of June, 1673, a sorrel
mare nine or ten year old, sixteen baud'
hti'b, and bavihi' weak uvea. Also at the
sine time aud place, a mouse.colortd
mar mule, mane sbeareJ, about eighteen
uiobtba old. Appraisal, together, at
Ighty.nvo dollars, the report iff which
taking up ami posting Imn ate in my of-
ilco. Jai-oii ft. LvNrii.
7-:tl-at County Clerk.
NEW .FIRST-CLASS BATtllKK-
MuHcnry Itoo A Co., of New Orleana,
lavo come lo this city to atay, aud have
fitted up a llrst clntt barber-shop on Com
mercial avenue in the room next to Han
lion' book itoro, lately occupied by Stu
art A Gholson a a dry gooda store. The
workmen aro nil flrat-clasa and are pre
pared to cut batr,ahavo, shampoo, etc., In
the very I aloe t ttylns. All tbey ask It a
trial. Thoy respectfully solicit a tbarr, of
puMlo patronage, jiiviiknrt Kor a Co,
A COMPETENT PIANO TUNER
Has located In the city. Contracte made
for tuning pianos by the year or other
wise, td tuit tho owner. Oruort loft at the
Jewelry store of E. A W. Itudor will re
celve prompt attention. 7-2ii.ini.
HOARDING HOUSE FOR RENT.
The large brick houio known at the
Hlelock houio, corner of Sovenlh aud
Walnut, is for rent and the furniture
for sale. Thero are during tho summer
thirty nnd during the fall nnd winter for.
ty-tlvn and fifty rogular hoarders. For
particulars apply on the premises,
Tbo house and lot No. 10, lu block 71,
situated on Klovontli streot, south sldo, bo
twocn Wnluut and Cedar streoll. Tbo
said houso and lot will be told cheap for
siih. For all particulars, enquire of Mr,
Antony Smith, who may lie found nt the
residence of William M. Caoatn.
Caiho, Ills., July US, 1873. d-lw
Notice to hog owners.
Notice is hereby given loowners of hogs
that on and after the litis day of August,
1873, 1 will riitidly enforce tho ordinance
In regard t hogs rituning at largo.
8-l-r.t Wu. MoHalk, City Marshal.
War Dkpartmknt, Sin. Sr.n.U. K. A.
Cairo, Ilia., Auguat 1, 187.1. '
Tabln ahowlog dally and monthly mean
of barometer and thermometer, monthly
velocity of wind, and amount of rainfall
wilb.tho prevailing direction of wlnJ.fo
tho month of July, 167.1.
Mean Pally Mean Dally
UirMnttci. 1 hrrtnomotr.
1 ..IN, Ml
C ..... -I.'.rtl
tO ill ,
.... in.7 ,
SO OJ .
....... e.ri ,
.. ..S.1.71- ,
60 iu .
... 77'. .
.... 7S 6fl
... 7i ,
. . .7 .
. ..74 fU .
. . .w;
... ...SO. OA)
. . 'W.07T
.... so eer
Monthly mean barometer, :!o,004.
Monthly mean tharmomuter, 78 7s
HlgbMt barometer, 110.23.
Lowest barometer, '.'ti.f,it.
Highest thermometer, 9d degrees,
lAtwest thermometer, U2 def re.
Total rainfall, l.iil inobea. "
Maximum velocity ortwinJ, .!0 mlls
Number or cloudy days, 11.
Number or rainy day's, 11.
Observer, Signal Service U. S, A.
KPLKNDII) STRAMKIt TYHONH
OAPK RIRAHDKAU AND HETUUN.
ISITHBAY. At'MVNT 3, IH7S.
tin Mimiay morning, August .1, 1873, llin
splendid steamer Tyrone, under command
CAl'T. Jamrm Biooa',
Will leave tho foot of Hixth street on an ex
p.ursiou to uape tiiranleau nnd return. The
I.KATK CAI AT M O'CLOCK flUARf
nnu return atu o'ciock a.m., Monday,
A general invitation Is extended to uh who
my Willi to go, and i ery thing will be Vlono
to make tbo occasion nun or the moid enlov
ablo or tbo season, '
A there Is
A German Thoatrlcal Performance
To take place at the Capo on Sunday even
Ing, the boat will remain there uutll alter It
iiover. , Jamrs Iliad. Captain.
Lymsn lllodgctt. defehdant. it notified
that on July 41, 167a. Mary . B idaett
complainant, filed her bilir hi
"J VS Alexander county circuit murt, stile
or Illinois, for divorce, aud that said suU is
now pending In suld court. That tbcieupon
a suramoue wus Issued oni .,r .i... i .!', ..
office ol said court agnlnst vou, returnable
on the fourth Tuesdiv lu.riiiJ' IV-. n.aD,e.
term ol aald courr. then tn he bohleu 'at ibi
I vniinty and
t'.iicn .iuiy siai,
The eiieadia steamer
Dior Vow lib, Captain
on boat or
I ("sum llftttia f9l tB
UKMIH, KUOWN .V
Ahintb Home (.'ottIh Klir.tn
NO, SO lihto l,eve, Alio, llll
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIXTWRIN WAtftt'M AVRN UN AND WAt.Mlll
Dr. II. r, rtalde lnfuins lu piihlii' that he h
oien4 a '
L I V K H r STABLE
on the northwest side nf Tenth etretl aa aaia
Hla B'aDlea will be rutnlenea .with none tint Hi
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may bo accommodated at ai
hours or the day and night with sale teams
ou the lowest terms.
Dr. Melds exit a snare of nubile natronaire
and will endeavor to merit It by fair deauug
and strict attention to liusl
WAJtD A R0BKRT8,
Diai.kks in Window Shadis,
Wam. Vai'xr, Purb Wuitr
Lrau, LtNHkxn On,
I LLUMINATIMG OIL,
Spirit Tvrpbntinb, Glui
Siiri.lac, Alcohol, Em, Eto.
Wanblugtnn avenue ami Eleventh stieet,
Cairo, . .' . Ili.inih
PAKKKK k BLAKK,
WALL PAPER. PAIIN'J
Aad Ike celebrated illusnlaatla
BROAtt'MllT.UlNQ OOB llTal UT. A 0011
Cairo - li.t.iaroi.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OP ALL KINDS
IIAR AMIS HOIT.
Keep coniitautly on hand
ri.ooiti.vo an ii HiniNd, aiso Lath.
MILL A Nil VAKI) IIORNRR TIIIRTV- I'otJKTU
MKKKV AMU OHIO I.KVCE,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS. 7-XO.U
F, M. Siraulz, ' ' A. liertlnger.
W. HTKANTK k CO..
BOOT and SHOE .rAKERS
KlllUV Si hi XT A Nil CoMMKHI'IAL A VKNUC
All kinds of boot" and thoea made to or
der on ehort notice, and In the latest and
moil fnshlonable styles, l adies boots, eboet
and gilter a speciality. ' fe-2-tr
FASH ION BlK BA'RBER
b.ihth Ht., Ht. i'om, Wash, .
You can buy ux
and one-half Iba. Duraut'a
A Colfeo Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, OiiejDollar ; Best
Imp-rial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Beat Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at Hibam Bixbv.
Summer Attention to the
trade. Having a large selec
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Batiste de valen
ciennis, plain striped and fig
ured styles j Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain stripod and fig.
ured ; Marseilles in great vari.
eties and patterns : Nansooks
patterns ; linen lawiisj white
and figured : Porcalosin hand-
soino figures and designs; em
hroidereis in largo "assort
ments ; white trimmings in
Inrgoi assortments. ; linen suit
ings $n all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsomq patterns;
have in store a very complete,
large and seasonable assort
ment of dry goodsjvMy cheap.
P Sf Pleifje call,;no tr0an
hie to pimw goods! 1 'tL&jjtfffa