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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST C, 1873
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL K R
Ms lMth Kooi.
HO CHANGE OF CARS
KROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
g-r1' few1 H""
SSuU KKKfiW. No- fork.
Wll.tnkls Janosrllle, Mailn.
KiSSSt.!' 8t. Paul and all point, north.
Ibis li lo 00,J dlr'cl rr"T 10
HIOIII CI I J,
?1saiA Drawing Room Sleeping LV
Drawing Koom Slee
On all Night Trains.
Btf CixlifJ 10 all Important point.
For Uetats and information, ri,,J' 10 ' Cl 'V!?
.prt l MW on board in.
iw) Cotnmbu. .nd Cairo, and at tne f rlnci
taUroa-ilekat offlcM ihrooghout ins "
W. P. JOHN'O.V, OVn'i Pass. An t, Chlc0.
A. MlKisU, Oen'l Kup't. Chlctgo.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OK TIME.
Passenger trains on tlio Illinois Ccutrnl
thauce lime tvday. From ami utter 2:40
p.mTto-diy trains will nin as tollowa :
3:1,' a. in.
Mali, except :jtindy
Mail, dally esrcpt Sunday
.. 2:40 p.m.,
..11:55 p. in.
RAILROAD TIME TAHLF,.
CAHtO. ARKAS3AS AND TEXAS It. R.
On and &tter TueJav.Julr 10. 1S73. trains
will run diilr. cxcent sund.iv. between
Greenfield's landing and Iron Siding,
Missouri, at follows:
Leave Greenfield's at . 4:00 p.m.
Arrive at Orecritlold's at U:ff a.m.
Arrive at Iron Sidlnc Ht 7:16 D.tn
Leae Iron Sidlnc al 0:15 a.m.
THE CAIRO AND V1NCENNES
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM CAIRO
Cleclaud, Nlkpra Fall;,
l'bllidclidila. .New York.
iloton una all iviitorn I'oints,
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1, 1S73, tr.iliix
will run as follows :
Going north lea vet. Cairo at I.Olu.in.
Qolog aoutn arrives at Cairo at, . . . 3:10 p.m.
MOUND CITT ACCOMMODATION.
InUTtfi Cairo at. ...115 a.m. and 0:00 p.tn.
Arrives at Cairo al..B:00 a.m. and ivi'j p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vln.
ct&nei at ViiW u.nj.. making direct connec
tion at Vi:3o p.m., -," -"
Vlt. -w r.urivA for liidUnil'.ll tlie
KTiat railroad centre, from wUleii point
trains are departing at all hoars, tor all
oloti In tne United Statci and Canada. At
JX-.M p.m. with tho Kvausvllln and i.raiv
I .lunfll railroad, for Turra Jlaulc. iudla
napous, Cblcago, Damllle and nil polnt9
Bortn, via tne terra mute, kvunsvnie and
Cblcogo railroad, and east via the Vaudalla
line, ana jnaianapous auusi. uoun raiiruau.
At 1:55D m..wrin me umo ana .Miwsni u
railroad, for Cincinnati, Louisville, and ull
points east, via Cincinnati.
PaMengert going by tbi route are placed
In Indianapolia, Cincinnati. J.ouIdvJIIo, .Veiv
York, Dost n, J'blludulpbla, llaltlmoru,
Waahlngton, and all eastern pomu, tweie
boun in advance of any other route.
KxprcM train makes connection at Kldo.
rado wltii Su Louis and Southeu-tcrn mil
way, lor Su J.ouIm, Mt. Vernon (llllnnisj,
Shawneetown, and all poltilt. between I'.Ulw
rado and St, Louli.
At .N orris C.ty makes clo-e eouuection
for SpringQeM, Koek Irlund, and all poiuu
on Springfield and Illinois soutlieusteru rail
way and conrectlon.
At Carml with St. Loul-, Kvainvllle, Hen-der-on
and Nathvlllo railiv.iy Hue, lor Mt.
Vernon (Indiana), Kmiisvliln, Henderson
(Keutuukyj, .Nuihllll-) Cl'ennci-ei j, and all
point on fit. L., b'., H. and N. railway and
il iHlge checked to all Important points.
I3"e or tickets an 1 information applj at
the ticket tUoe, corner rineiith dtreet and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, llllnoK
Jmo. Lex, Sup't. Cius. O. Wood,
Gn Vaii'r nod Ticket Ag't
B. F. BURNSIDi, Agent. Cairo.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
H Q Gin ...,,. .
C'AIIto, Alltllet f, 1H73, 10:11 p.m. J
Thermometer "2 degrees.
Wind, noribmt, tloetu I nillva per
Maximum tetuperatui ii.i 21 hours, ift
Klnlmuta teroiiorature, Ut 'U ttitiis i
1'rtvaWt.g wind last 24 boilii. north.!.
Total notabcr of mile, uiiul nnvi li.,.i i.l
, 4 hours, llri.
Kdwin OAiaaMi, Obserwr.
isesi ncotcn ate, slum potWr, aud eight
year old bourbon whiskey to be found nni
at the Crystal saloon, corm-r of Sixth tr.t.
and commercial avenue.
STKAOAJ.A .V l,ANt,
25 Ira Proprietors
iiK&a iui uiD(v4uwj ni..u.u aim iex:i
tallroad, starting irom Vttiltu A litter's
ttore, corner of filxth street and Ohio huee,
Lsiare at h a.m
Arrivelticlty at 10 a.m.
John Mjjveiih, Agent.
UckTilar boarders at tho Ktiropeau hotel,
Barry Walker proprietor, receive board al
the rate of fiO per month. fr-io-if
Fino while : single and double .V amber
tingle and double X Canary, best quality ol
nine letter, etc., etc. fjQ.ooo for
a. Minted at 3 60 to 0 50 tier U,nun..,,i
. - I . tlH.tM.U ...
Ai warm weatucr 1 approaching thu
, Saup AClarkaon have fitted up am)
11. -.4 In .I.Md ufvll.. 1htr(.u ..-
rPk-l- .TC-.n,.,if li unl. fi,lr.'.l.. i... .
. ........ In ptinnliitf nrilnr. alia iioii,!.,,.
Ihk nittalilliihmnt tk Intl..
nUaasil sutd comiort ot thelrjpatrons
LOCAL SHORT STOPS.
Oraun wood fifty con's a load at tlio
box factory, 7-20-3W
Haliey'a slock til fruit ram It the
largest In the marked, and be has loads of
can wnt, 7-59-1 lu,
llalley will ofier extra Inducements
for the next SOi'.nyi, io m to tnako room
for hli largo order of hosting stoves.
Juit recolvoJ and for alo titty bar
reli pura cldor vinegar, At Matbu A
Ubl'e, C4 Ohio lovco. 8-3-1 w
Married -Monday, August 4, 187.1, at
the resldenco of Rev, Robert Caldwell,
Mr. Daniel MIHor.to Mm. Mary Wfllinm.
All of Cairo.
1'. Fitzgorald nt bin room, cornur
Fourtcontb street Mid Commercial nvo
nuo, otl'cM for mlo OuInnet' I'ortor A'
Dan' alos and pure Hennniy brandy,
and tho genuine Ar.goturo bittt'n, nil
tlrit-ela! cbolora euro. Try them
Go to Ualloy's for good tovc nnd
good birgaliu, MS V.lilngton nvenuo.
C. Uanny wlibct the jiubllc to bo in
formed that he Iim on band a stock of
jry goodi and cttrnot at oxtontlvo ns any
in tbo Southwe.'t, and thnt ho i determ
ined to ioll oTerythitig at prices lower
Iban tho. lovvutt. Cnll on htm to-day and
vxamlnogood and pricos. Ilowill intitfy
yoii both as to quality and cost,
Married at the roldencojof .Mr. K. J
Ayer, in Villa Kldge, Illinoit, on Mon
day evening, Augtut 4, by Uov. Frederiok
L. Thotn on, Mr. Harry Leigbtor, of Win
tcriot, Iowa, to Mla ICittio Whuelock, of
Villa Itidgo. The happy ooupli start out
In lifn with the brightest of pnpocts, and
the kind wishes of a largo circle of frien U
May a long and proiporotn lifo bo thoir.
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathl't physi
cian, into of Sbawnoutown, lin located lu
tbl city, and Intend making it his homo
Tbo doctor comes to Cairo woll rccom-
mended, and icfcrs to the oillcors of tho
Firft National hank of .Shawnoutown, to
whom ho is well known, having practiced
his profusion among them for year. Ho
solicits a fair sharo of tbo patronitga of
II alloy has a lot of wood pumps and
tubing which ho oilers extra low: call and
seotbom, ICS Washington avonuu
UKGVLAR MONTHLY MEKI'ING
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
city council wu hold lust night, when the
following members were present:
Mayor Wood, and Alderman Kori
meyer, McEwen, -Morris, McGauloyi
Meyorrt.Ncllif, Phillips and Ritt juhouse.
A number of petitions wero prosonted
and read, ami referred to the appropriate
Tho rcgulur monthly quota of bills
vote, prefentod, road and relorrod to
tbo flnanco commltteu.
Klwln 11. Fiillls. citv i!.n.i.-f-i, v
scutol his roslgnatiou, which whs re
ceived. Tho mayor nominated M. S. Cox
to fill tbo vacancy occasioned by tlio res
ignation of .Mr. KiiIIM. The nuininntlnn
Tbo bontl of II. T. .Martin, as police
constable, with JV.er .N'eir and C Hauny
as securities, was presontod and approved.
A number nf liquor bonds of saloon
keejiurs wero presented ncd approved, af
ter which tho council adjourned
Tho Delta Social club rooms, suitable
for oillccs, Ilrst lloor, south sido of The
Hui.Lini.s building. Enquire at this of
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PA RTN KR-
8 HI P.
Thu partnorship borotoforo existing
between Colfoy, Brown & Harrison and
C. Puce A- Co,, under tho (tylo and
Una of Cotfuy, 1'uco A Co,, has been this
day dissolvod by mutual consent, Coll'ey,
Brown A; Harrison retiring, ami K. C.
Pace A' Co. xurcecding, who will continue
tho business under the linn name of K.
O. Pace A- Co.
OojfrtY, BnowN A: Haiihi-os,
K. C. J'acb A- Co.
Jtuferriug to tho above dissolution, wo
tiko pleasure in recommending the ilrm of
E. C. Puco & Co. to our former frioiid
Corrcv, Rkouk A ll uiuibON.
Ai.suet 1, 1873. S-n-.1t
AoT'b,' rricn 0. A: V. R. II., i
Cajko, lils July 20, 1873.
For thu accommodation of tho citlr.ena
ol Cairo, the Mound (!lty accommodation
train will on and after Monday, July 'in,
stop as follows: At Fourteenth street
Tsvwtitiolh stroot, Twontv-tlfth atreet,
Thirty-fourth street, and tho mossing of
thu Illinois Central railroad. No one
will l permitted on thu train without a
ticket. Faro between Seventh street Na
tion and lillnui, Central railroad crossing
and IntermMinte polntM, Hvo cents.
tickets good fcr Uunty Inron can bo pur-
cnai.eu a; mu Urun ollico, cornur ol iov
eniii street, for one dollar, l'assotieera
will not bo purmittod to get oil' or on the
at any points other than thu abova
I'll AH. O. WOOD,
Passenger and Ticket Agt.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
a rnru cuniieo i. oiiuruu lu some, man
with money to Invest in good paylnit
property in the most dcslrablu putt of the
city. Two lots, &0 feet front ou tho avo
nue, house It stories, Two hrgo store.
cau bo Utted up on tho first tloor, thu U
per itorleb am well arranged for ofiices or
dwelling. For further particulars en
iiulru of John Q. Haiiman A Co..
i.-1-tl ileal Kstato AgonU, Cairo, lilt
A competent school teacher, able to
li-acb thu higher mathematics, aud who
has had fiprrlonco in teaching, may sc
cure a situation lor six mouths at a rea
souable salary by applying to F. H, Byrim
or Mn Kodnoy of (iroeuHeld'a landinir,
DAY YK3TEP.DAV SPENT IN
AHOUINO THE MOTION
FOH A NEW TRIAL.
SENTENCE TO RE PRONOI'NOKO
PROCEEDINGS IN THE COUNTY
LIST OF GRAND AND PETIT
ROUS FOR TOE SEP
TEMBER TERM OF
Yenorday wnt the day it for hearlnc
tho arguments on the motion for a now
trial for Campbell, now In the Aloxandcr
county jail under seotinco of death for
the murder of Thomas Doylo, mato of tho
stcamor Grand Tower, while that boat lay
at tho wharf In this city, on Wednesday
ovonintr, April J5, 18715. Tho argument
was opened by Judge Allen for tho poo-
pie. .Hi.lgo Allen spoko tit considerable
length, roviowtng the manner in
which the caao wan conducted.
tbo uvldonco from the beginning
ot tbo trial to Us closy, ami the ploM set
up for tbo prisoner by his couusol. In
thu aflornoon, Mr. Linegnr for tho pris
oner addressed the court in n langlhy ar
gument. Ho took tho ground that tho
prisoner had not had fair trial, in this
that, wheu thu llrft patiol of jurymen was
exhausted, and the court orderod a new
panol, tin shoritl', or his doputlos, failed to
bring Into court any but white men ; that
at a time whon there wore over one hun
dred colored and not twenty white men in
tho botirt-bnuso, tho punol having been
exhausted, a now one was ordored
by tho court. Tbo olliexr whoso
duty it was to summon
lu-sons irom among wnoiu the jury
was to bo chosen, returned nonubut whito
mon, thus ignoring thrt rights of our col
orod citizens, and precluding tho rights of
tbo prisoner to have upon tho jury a fair
representation, of mon of his own color and
Judge Raker in summlug up thu argu
ment ot counsel spoko at considerable
length, disposing of oach question raised
with clearness and precision As to the
point raised by Mr. Liuegor, with refer
oncu to thu manner in which tbo jury was
empanneled, Judge llaker said in ufc
staoco, thnt it vai not tho
court who selected the jurors
tho oourt ordered the paiiuol
bo made, and so long as tbo sboilif nnd
bis deputies returned into court men who
wero intelligent and competent to servo
on a jury, it was not the provinco of tbo
court to say wbotber they should be white
or black, or whether thoy should ho
. ... .-,,., uumonra or botli races
Judge Il.Uur dwelt on this subject
great I'-ngth but could not And in this
fact s Jllieiunt cautu for totting tlui verdict
ot tlio Jury aside Thu motion for a now
trial was overruled.
At thu conclusion of Judge Hi
ker's romnrki, D, T. Lluegar, Eiq.
ro.e and entered a motion for a stav of
judgment, but this motion was also over
ludge Raker then uniiouuvod that he
would pass sentence upon Cainpli.dl this
morning at 8 o'clock.
Court adjourned until s4 o'clock this
An adjourned term of the Alexander
county court convened In tho county
court room yesterday afternoon.
Present F, Uross, Judge, and S. Mar
childon nnd. I. O. McCrite. associates.
Thu only business transacted was the
selection of a grand and petit jury for th
September term of the circuit court.
Thu following it a list of ;tho grand in-
Geo W Short, Samuel lirilov
Wathinuton MoRvon. John
Tims .1 MrCluio.
John Willis, Win Drawder, Mil
Wllllnm Thomas, Virgil Dulanny
James n. Mulcihov, David Stnard,
William 11. Thomas, Thomas Ojyle,
lletiry Whitcainp, Gilbort II. Greeley, W.
Tho following is a list of pur-uiisdrawn
to serve as petit jurors :
C II Slack, U F Goodyear, Robert
Baird, Win Under, J R Arimtrnng, Jo.
soph Wiley. 11 F Meigs.
J O Conor, Win Walker, Thomas l'or
ter, Goo 11 Poor, Tbos J Knl, John Fry.
Geo. F Gr.unwell, Muuroe llulini'S, Geo
L Dila-hmilt, Joseph Stinnt, J. H Mi--Phuetura
Arthur Davla; W. W.fltuwarl
L P Augustine, J as D Whittaker, W
S Richardson, J as A J Trovo, Paul
Manny, O W McCrite, John Heater
Salmon Huglewood, X.achariiih MeDan
Jus Weathers, 0 M Raster, John W
Andorson, Jr,, "Wur Brown.
Court adjourned to 0 o'clock this morn,
DAIHV UREESE, THE SUPPOSED
MURDERER OF DON BREESE,
THE HA It?.
In the Rui.r.ETi.v of yestorJay morning
wo gave a lengthy account of the murder
of Don Rrosso, which took place In Unity
precinct, in this county, on Thursday night
last; stating lu the account that Shorllf
Aioxender II. Irvln was in pursuit of tbo
suppoiod mtirdcror. AVo aro now able to
report tho capture of llreeie, and his safo
Incarceration behind tho bars of tho Aloi-
audor county jail.
Shcriti Irviu accompanied by .Mr. O.
Greenlee of (looso Island and John
Walkor of Ilazlowood, left Cairo on Sun
day night by tho Illinois Central train
Thoy went to Cnrbondalo and from thoro
to the resldonce of Mr. .lojoph Town'ond,
In 'Wllllatmon county, and about olven
miles from Carbondalo. Whon the ptrty
arrived within a short distanco of Town
sond'i houso, where it was supposod Rreoso
would tako refuge, Mr. Walker and
anothor man, whose namo has slipped our
memory, weru deiogatel to proeoed to the
houso, and, if possible, fincl out whether
Urcese had yot arrived. Alter separating
with Walkorand tho man who acrompa
nied him, Sbnritl' Iryin and Mr, Groenleo
passed around to the rear of tho houn to
await their roturn. Rut in a very short
time thoy heard totnu ono running
through tho bouo, and in a minute or so
two shot woro tired. Thoy then know
that llreeHii had been found
and wis atlemntiiit! to inako
his escape. Mr. Greonluo started
down to where lliMro was a turn in thu
road that ho might have a better view In
both directions, Rut boloro ho reached
thu turn in tho road, lirecse had
crossed it and takon rufugo in tho woods.
Thu country around nbout Townsund's is
full of swamps and heavy timber, and it
was l'enrod Jlreejo would succeed in mak
ing his ojcapj, Rut presently Townscnd
tool; a bucket and started lor tho well or
fpring for water, when near tho xpriug,
Brecse who was, concealed in souio under-
griwtb,mado himself known toTownsend.
Townsund when he came back to tho
houfo informed Shurill' Irvln of llreoto's
presence near thu houso. The hhorilf at
once set a plan on fool to toll him out of
tho woods Into an open field, wherebo could
ottiily bo captured. Townsond whs sent
out to where Ilrooeo was and succoded in
inducing him to go into tho Cold, wboro
llreesu undcr.tood he wa to remain until
after nightfall, when Townsond would
"pilot" him out of ruach of the otllcote-
In tho numntitno Shoritr Irvln wa not
idle. By tho time Townsend bad suc
ceeded in getting Breesn into tho Held,
Mr. Irvin had got together a poeso
of citizens, who surrounded the
field and began to close In
from all sides. Thu Held is
grown up with a thick growth of iron
weeds, and by kneeling down one could
coniplutelv hldn l,lr-if uv,,. Tno
posm began to close in, but bad not gone
far whon Mr. Irvin caught sight of Ureese
who wua kneeling down, revolver in band,
and ovldently bent upon resistance to tho
tbo last. About this timo Mr. Irwin saw
John AValkor raire his ritlu as If to tako
aim and then lower it again. Breeso was
four or five times commanded to surren
der, but paid uo attention to it. As the
posse camo up iireele rose up and leveled
hisrovolvorat Walker ovldently Intend
ing to kill him if possible But before bo
had timo to fire Walkor brought his riflo
to bis shoulder and fired. Rrevso fell.
At firt it was supposed ho had received a
fatal wound, but upon examination il was
found that thu ball struck him on the left
side of tbo neck, running down Into tho
shoulder. The wound, though painful, is
not dangerous Brense was brought to
Carbondalo and Irom thoro to Cairo. Ho
is now In thu county jail, whore be will re
main until bis trial comes otT.
Shoritr Irvin dosirosus in this public
manner to return thanks to Mr. John
I Ogden and D. P. Waggoner for tlinir a-
I sUtancu on this occasion.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Lot uumbered C, in block numbered 1,
fronting on Ohio levee, with business and
dwolllng, now kltcbon, etc., all complete
Also for salo or rent, tho housohnld and
kitcheu furniture, bar and bar llxturei, in
first-class condition. Tho bar and houso
is kept by Mrs. Falkonstoin, ntc Hahn, j
and has a cood run of custom. This is a
lino opportunity for any person who
wishes to invest In good property or on-1
gago in a lucrative, business already ostab- j
lished. For further informrition apply on
thu premises. K-H-Ot I
to oi'it frPends and patrons.
Retiring from the commission and for
warding businesa, in tbifs city, to-day, wo
have arranged with Messrs. Colfey, Har
rison A Co., a firm oT long oxpuriemv,
good business habits and capacity, of
strict Integrity and ample capital, to suc
ceed us in this businois.
Wo taku pleasure in recommending tbo
firm to our correspondents and neighbors,
and bespeak for them, a continuance of
thu generous patronage and courteous
treatment so long oxtendud to us,
I). IIuitD A Son.
Caiho, Ills., August 1, 1673. H-3.IU
FOR sTvLETmTt ENT.
A two.ttory house on Commercial ave
nue near tho cornur of Nineteenth streot.
Tho house la forty feet long by iwonty
two feet wldo. It contains ten rooms and
kitchen, and a good cistern and necessary
out-bouses aro attached t.i it. It is woll
ventilated and woll adapted (or a business
houae or dwelling. It is in a business part
of tho city aud has been newly painted
aud renovated Insidu and out. Apply to
River .Shannon House, Ohio Luveo,
A fine, new cottage, complete in all its
respects, situated on Fifteenth stroot op
positu tho post-olficu. For particulars en
quire y White Co., corner Twentieth
strMtand Waihlngtoa aveoue. H.a-Ct
MR. MAX ROLLER,
COMPETENT PIANO TUNER
Hai locattd In the city. Contracts mado
for tunlng' pinnos by thu year or other
wiso, to suit thu owner. Oruori lelt at tho
jewolry storo of E. A W. Ruder will re
ceivo prompt atlontion. 7-2U-lm.
AUCTION SALK OF VAi.t A HLI! I.KVEi:
I Will sell on Wednesday the fith day ol
August, 18711, at 10 a.m!, at publle auc
tlon to tho highest blihlur, the following dc.
hcrlbud property, to-vs-Jt :
Lots numbered seventeen (17) and oigli.
teen (IS), In block numbered one (1), In tho
city of Cairo, Illinois, being on the corner
of Fourth Btreetaiid Ohio levee.
Thin property Is beyond doubt one ol ibu
finest business sites in thu city
Tho purchaser ol lot No. 17 will have the
ii'c and benefit of the north wall of the
bouse situated on lot Hi, Mine block, worth
nt least f 1,000.
Terms, $1,000 oa.li on each lot, balance In
one year with ti per cent. Interest, secured
by deed of IrW'l on property.
u. i.ssroN', Agent.
D.vNir.l. llAltTMAV, Auctioneer. -l dttl
A NEW FIRST-CLASS BARBER
SHOP. Mcllcnry Roa A Co., of New Orleans,
have como to this city to otay, and lmvo
fitted up a first class barber-shop on Com
rncrcial avenuo In the room next to Han
non's book store, lately occupied by Stu
arl A Gholson as a dry goods storo. Thu
workmen aro all first-class and aro pre
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc., in
tho vorv latest stylos. All thoy asK it a
trial. They respoctnilly solicit a sharo of
public patronage. Mi'llexnv Rob & Co,
On and after Auutist 1, I Intend to do a
strictly cash bu'ines, except with those of J
my ctutomois whoseltlo promptly on tho
first of overy month. All old recounts
and notoi In my hands which aro not
settled 1-fri; soon, I shall alvortiiH and sell
at nubile vendue. I AllTKI;.
Caiho. Julv "'0. 1872. 7-27.1ui
A jjood span of mtilos, wagon and bar
ne. ANii ten acre-of corn. Enquirer of
Corner Fouiteenth street and Washington
avenuo, at Hlankeiibnrg's saloon
MUST BE PAID.
Accounts duo to Mathus & Phi must hu
paid on or before tbo loth inst., or thoy
will bo plaeeil in thu band of an ollit er
f..r collection. Wu mean this.
H-:t-lw Matim h A Unt.
FOlfs ALE 'orTrENT.
Barber shop in complete running order,
a good htand and a good run of custom.
Enquire at Tin: Bullktiv Omce.
Five largo rooms, suitable for ollico or
sleeping rooms. Enquire of Elliott A
IN KY AD Y KKT1SKMKN TS.
3D IE X T IE IR, ,
J-.TODDARD COUNTY, MO
On the Hue ot the
('. A. AND T. RAILROAD.
OpeulaK Sale il
Town Lots at Auction.
This new town is situated upon an ele
vated and beautiful section of land, granted
to the ijllroud eompuuv by the Culteii
It is six mile, south ol liloomtleld, tbo
pi cent county seat, at the point where the
old traveled road leading to Dunklin county
cro-.eathe Cairo, Arknusai and Tea. rail
road. It is 41 miles west ol Cairo, and 2.1 miles
ea-tol roplurlililtl. It promises to be lb:
Unci town In Southeast MIsourl.
Owing to the demand for lot-. We have
decided to oiler liw at public auction on
vi:dne.si)av, a.'gust im, ksr:s.
Bond for warranty deeds will be ijlven,
Terms of sale: Twenty dolluts on biding
oil each lot; one-third January 1, 1874, anil
balance In one and two years, with V per
Special Iree excursion train Irom Cairo,
stopping al nil .latlons during the day of
sale, Icuting Cairo at l o'clock, a.m., and
returning utter the Kile.
I're-ldent C. A. and 'I'. Railroad company.
COFFEY, HARRISON A CO.,
"urccrsors to D. Hunt A .Son i
FI.OUR U It A I.N AMIS HAY.
No 03 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, 1 LLS,
tat of Illinois, Alexander county, si. In
lue circuit court of Alexander county,
fptemui! term, jnt;i. tl-car S. ia I- lor
Hie ue of llern.ird MaManus vs. Alfred
l ergilaon, llarnlslimunt lor Hl.o.
Sato defendant Is hereby notified that
turt j,i''tat lias been IsmiciI In the about
cati.e, directed to the Mieiill of said county
to execute, and rcturmible to the September
icrin, ibi.i, oi sam court, coiniiianuins you,
the ssiil defendant, to showcase why the
coti'lltlonal judgmeiil entered :i!?alnst you
lor370, by ala com t In the uhovo c.'iu.c.
on thu first day ot Ma), 137.'J, should not bo
uiadiiilnil, Now, unless you, the said dc
tendant, shall iierou dly be and apjieur he
lore Mild court, on Itio lii.i day or said Sets,
tnmherterm theieof, to be lioldcn In the
cltyol Cairo, Jo said county, ou tho hrst
Mondu) lu the mouth of September, A, D,
1ST:), and plead or answer to said action, the
aid conditional Juiliimunt will he confirmed,
It. S. Vootm, Clerk of said Court.
By fircen and Gilbert, his attJineys.
.State of Illinois, Alexander county, si, In
the .'ireult couit ol Alexander county,
September term, 187!!. Oscar Si. Davis lur
the ii-ii ol ItermiTil JloJIaiius vs. 'I'lmnas
Whitney. Garnishment lor i3'0.
s.ud dciundant is hereby notified that a
mrr has been issued In the uboo
CAii-e, directed to the shcillf ol said county
to t e. ute, and returnable to the September
teim, b;;i, ol' said court, vomuiaudliig yon,
the uid ih fendant, to show cause why the
conditional judgment entered against you
for tiTii, by tald court in the above cause,
on the llr-t day of May, I87U, should not hu
mailu iinal, Now, unless you, the t-ahl de
fend mt, shall personally be nnd appear he
lots a.ud court, ou the first day of said .Sep.
teniiicr term thercoi, to bo holdeu In the
cit) ol Cairo, in said county, on the firrt
Monday In tho month of September, A. D.
I'1.'), and plead or answer to said action, tbo
"id conditional judgment will be continued.
R. S. Yocv.M, Clerk ot said Court.
Hy Green and Gilbert, his attorneys
Our Homo Advertisers.
W. M, faomt,
II, II l.itiil'r
Nn.Pub. aad tl. B. Oom
HUM,, OAROO, LIVE STOCK.
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ORTH AMKK10A. PA
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CONNKOTICUT 1IUTUAI,, MPK,
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TKAVKI.KKa', 11AHTKOHD, LIKK AND
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HAFFORD, MORRIS &UANDKK,
71 Ohio I,ivef.
TEUTON I A L I F K INHURA NUE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
UK.sr'L.Orricii, 1 7li "WabIiinotokSt,
Ihls Oermnli l.lle in.uraiieu ('oiuimtiv
guarantees lint oulv l'ald-uti I'olielua but
also a Value In Cash on Ibe Non-furfellure
JOHN A. HUCK,
JOHN W. rilUESS,
Aueut for Cairo and slclnlty
SECTION NO. 47.
A.soeiitllon for promoting Llle luMlruice
and Nick Belief by weekly dues and mutual
eo-otieratlon lu obJecUof uubllo benefit.
Thu l.lle Insurance l'ollcien will be Lulled
by the Teutonla l.lt'u Insurance Comiiany.
II. MEYEltS, President.
JOHN W. PR U ESS, Ao't.
FIRE AND MARINE
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H I AHA HA, BT. T.,
UEUUAN1A, N. T,,
TTANOVKU. U. T
...lin t'J. W
HEI'UIILIC, N. Y.,
Aattts Ill.rt', l-l
CoinrialbK the Uu JarwriUf a' Annua,
ton Kuan, ti. y.,
Aesola sis 4-vS
riBEMKN'e eond, a. r.,
BEOUHIT Y, K. Y. UAHINK,
Ktortw, DelllD, furuttura, Hulls and Car
gora, leturwl at rate a faioraMa aa aonoJ, imr
niapf ni saouriiT will warraci.
I rospeetrullr ask of tin, cltlsuiiaot LV
ahatrof thair patronage,
U N I V E Jl S I T V
CNTABI.IS.il Ll l. IH'.MI
llv members of the society n
Josus, and iucorponited by uu act of Hie
state leirMaturc lu ls'i'2. It has experienced
uninterrupted success, ami eoiitlu us to of
fer the student every facility lor aciuiiug
Claaala-sil Mini Uoiiiius-ra'lnl Kilnrallosi
Bulletins are sont three times a year to
the parents or guardians of the students to
inform them ot the conduct, health and
Improvement of Uieir sons or wurd. An
experienced physician dally vislN the In
stttutloii, mid tho greatest c. iiu and alien
tlon are bestowed on the nick,
1 KRM.H I
Hoard and tuition, per ses-iou, leu
Thu next session begins ou cptemher I
Catalogues containing Ins! ructions to pur
ills, ami full particulars, will be sent tree
ou application to
Kr.v. J, G. Zi:ai.id. n.J
President ht. I.otil. Culveislly, bt. I.ouls
.silssotii'i 7- .tw lu
I.ym.iu I'.lodirelt, ilefemlaut. Is notiileil
that on July 21, lr.7.1, .Marv M. Illoduett.
complainant, tiled her bill in chancery,
III the Alevander i-ouutv circuit court, statu
of Illinois, for divorce, and that said suit it
now pending lu hi id coml. That theroupou
a summons was Issued out of tho cleik's
ollico ol said court acaf list sou, ietiiru:ihb
ou the fourth Tuesday in Julv, INi.'l, Ion
term ol said court, then tube 'holdeu at the
court. hoti-e In Cairo, in said county and
state. Dated .inly 21st, IHT.'I.
ItKl'llKN s,. Vocii.M.CIeik.
.Samuel I. Wheeler,
O A I RO AND PAliuGA if
Tim splauiIM ttsaurr
Diok Fowlek, Captain
Leaves Cairo DA1I.V. (.iiii.i.v
I p.us For freight opaasugo apply on boat or
SU -IAS, tllALLUK Y. Alf't.
If . .
t'r.i:isuta ,,, PhuIh-hi...
Inlonils thu oilliliii in ,1 i, i,UM.,u
aers Ices of a nr.t-.dasa Wagon nlalTeraud
also a nr.t-chass lliirm sheer unit Isieady
W iuaouiai lure and epairall kluds of work
J a t 'riu' upi4lr UU l,1I,,a,,'
Our Home Advertisers.
HKMIH, BKUWN A CO,,
BAG MA N U FA CT (JRKR3
AliENTrl IIOMK (,'OTTON MlLI b
NO. Ml Uhlu l.tfVte, Cairo, Ills
NEW LIVERY STABLE
lltTWEEM WADU'lt AVENUE AMD WAI.KUt
Dr. H. r. ri.Us Iiifoims ti.s piiLHo tti.t hs ha
V K It V S T A H I. K
oo Ilia nortliorat anln of Txnth trel a oau
Ills HlaWe. will t e fiirnlshad with uoo l,nt Iti
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at
bourn of the day and night with sife teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Melds asks a share nf oiiljll,. iiMion.-
and will endeasor to merit It by Ulr tteailiifi
ail. i rn iv. munition W 1,11ft,
WARD & RO BERTH,
DEALras in Window Shades,
Wam Pai-eh, Pure White
Lead, IiIMseiip On
Srimia TunrKNTlNK, G 1 1 e
SHKi.t.Ac, Ai.i'oiiot., Err, Etc
Washlngliiii :ivetiilB ami Kloseiith stieet,
Caiho, - - 1 l.l.l soi
PAKKKK 4 HIiAK K,"
WALL PAPER. PAINTS.
rally, Hau Blue, flnaolluo,
Aad ttt ealMatd iliuiiiloatln
UUOdR'l.tlI!.DlN GOV ilTU ST. A OOM
Cairo I5i. and Basket
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIAMIt AMI SOI'l.
Keep I'Oiistalitl) on hand
FiooiitNii ami Siiiimi, Ai.hn Lath
Mill AND YARD COHNEH THlHTY-l'JDhTU
H1RKKT AND OHIO LEVEE.
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS 7-JO tt
KlOHIII Ml., HT. U)M. A Wtall.,
8 A M W I h a 0 N ,
I R O V I ti I 0 N til It T U.
You can buy six
and ono-lmlf lbs. Durant's
A Cotfoo Sugar for One Dol
lar; Soven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; BeHt
three and one-half libs. Primo
Rio Cofleo, Ono Dollar ; Boat
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Bob. Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-tive Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Toa,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately ohoap
nt, II I RAM BlXRY.
Summer Attention to tlio
trade Having a large selec
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Batiste de valoii
cicimis, plain striped and fig
ured styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great vari.
eties and patterns ; Nansooks
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; cm-
broidoreis in large assort
ments ; whito trimmings in
large assortments ; hnon suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsomo patterns
have in store a very complete.
argo and seasonable assort-
ment of dry goods very cheap.
1 S. Please call, uo trou
ble to show goods, fj-28 tf