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ILLINOIS CENTRAL It R
IM Milt the HIlorlMt Uinilii
Eight MUM u mnrlrt ltniil"
NO 0UAW1E OK OAKS
FROM CAIIUI TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANCE OK OARS
UM OA 1 110 TO
(nndnnult l-.tliuipolli', Toledo,
pvtroll, (Jlosetmid, Mkirn Pill.
BaSalo, CtllKlMim, Ws,shlritn.
Saltlmor. HitladMolil, N'w iurl..
tl.slon and ml 14110111 ea.t.
TstllwaakU, JmcMlUf, Msitlipti,
UtCniise, fct l'ul uJ U points noill.
Ibis la )o U.r n.lj clliftt mule In
DM4tor, Bloomlntflon, Hf itrRi'I'l.
Peon. OuIcot, Henknk,
Burlmrtoa; Rock t.I.h.l, I 8.lle.
Mradot, Inion, l-"r.cori,
Ualasa, Dubuque, toons inijr,
Omaha and all pnlufs uurlti"P.I.
Eletnt DrawlDf? Room SleciiliiK Oi"
On all Night TmIii'.
Sk( CbMkod 10 kll importiuil hiuI.
For ticket, md IDfnrm.Inn, ftrply to I. 0, lt,H
dipot.t klroi od Lonl liiHtrxuiil .tcuniT !
rtwa Oolnmtu. nd Cxlro, und t Inn frmctu
luoltlekct otf.cn. tltrouchout Hi iith.
W. ! JOUN-OS fn'l?f An't.Clnoajo
lu Miicbh.1, Qcn'l BUp't. UllKftO.
.1 JOHNSON Ant, Cairo.
khtenser train; on Die lllinoii Crtilral
limge tine fs-day. Kroni andllor 3:10
p m. to-day ttmi w ill run m lnllo h .
Expre'i, dallv 1 rOT. p.ni .
"MalJ, excf pt Sunday . . . .3:10 a. 10.
tTpresi, ., '-1:1(1 p, 111.,
Wall, dally cscept Hundiy ..115 i. 111.
RAILROAD TIM i; TA11LE.
AJRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS H. It
On and alter Tuetday.July 10, lb'3, train
will run ilaily, except .Sunday, between
tireentlcld's landing and Iron Miiitf.
Missouri, as loilo :
' Leave Oreen(lelds at 1:00 11.111
Arrive at Oreetmeldr at .. li:r: a.m.
Arrive at Irou iaiiiK at . . . . ":1& p.tn
Ltave Iron Siding at ii:lfi u.m
THE CAIttO AX I) Y INC EN NHS
JHORTEoT ROUTE f'ROM CAIRO
Cincinnati, Indlananoll.. Toledo.
Detroit, Clovoiand, Nlaura Pall.
Bullalo, I'lttsbunr, VasMngtou.
saiiuaore, j uinueiimm, -ew lorn
Uoston and all Kikturn J'olnti,
CHANGE Ol' TIME.
On and alter Tnedav. .lulv 1. is:s. train
will run as follow :
Going north leaves Cairo at 4:W u.m .
Oolnic lo.utli arrives at Calm at 3.IU 11.111.
MOUSU CITY ICCOMMUIlATIOiT.
vatro ni, ...n:oa a.in. inul (.i.i p.m.
Arrives at Calio at. .fcCKI a.m. and ln p.m.
The expreim train north arriteii ot Yiu
. cennes at 12:20 p.m.. making direct coiuiee-
I'rion at 12:30 p.m., -with the Indianapolis and
n,.n... ..n,...i i-.. 1.,. 11 .1...
I irriat ri'mii curM fri.ni wi!ii.i. iwiim
.1 ,1A n. IH in I.. 4,1
12-63 n.m, with the ivaimlllu and Craw.
t'lusiille railroad, for Terra Haute, India
napom, Chicago, Dauvlllo nnii all politu
tiortti, via the Terra Jlautc, hnunvllle and
Cblcogo railroad, and ca-t ln the VuudalU
line, and Indianapolis and .St. Louis railroad.
All:Up 111 with thu Ohio and Ml-l-iiiiiil
xallroad, for Cincinnati, l.oulsWlle, aud all
points east, via Cincinnati.
Passengers going by this route are placed
in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, .New
York. Uot 11. Philadelphia. Ualtlmorc.
Wuhlngton, aud all ea-tern points, twoho
iboun in advance of any other route.
Express train makes connection at Kldo
jrado with at. Louis aud .-outheastern rail
way, tor St. Louis, Mt. Vernon illlitioii.
Shawneetown, and all polnn hetween Eldo
rado aud at Louis.
I At Norrls O.ty nnkes close connection
for sprimtdeld, liork Iland, and all points
bn SpiinKtlcldand Illinois ioullicuUtni rail
Way and connections.
, At Carml with l. Louis, Evaii'vllie, Hen
Jerson and Nashiiile rallvvjy line, lor Mt.
t'ernon (Indiana , Lvanvtll, ltonderou
entucky, NashMlhe (1 cnnes'ci ), and all
loimi on si. L. , r. , 11. ana .v raiiwav aim
Eaigige chocked to all important pointi.
JrortlckeU and Inlormati in applv at
ctnmtrclal avenu?, Cairo, llunols.
Jo. i-ue, &jp t. cuas O. Wood,
Gun. Pan r and Tuket Ag't
. I . IlCKMlliB, Agent, Cairo.
LOCAL AT EAT HER REPORTT"
U. B, Sia. Eku., unhGi,VKH'H oi'f ion,
IlennometM- 77 dutreen.
I , toutLwot, velouij iulln;jpr
JUaxlniua Umperaiui. u,t -i hmir. n
1 -uu iiilitrature, .,.t 'U hours, 01
ileTltiing. wind law U hour.. .i
; u.iiusii, Ulitrr
ilett Scotch ulo, itout purur, and sAnht
i.r old bourbon whlikey v be found only
1 vue uryii.i muviu, iviuvi m niivn tirtl
c Ootamerclal avenue.
t25 lm Proprietor.
SacV forthe Cairo, Artanaat mid Texa
broad, starting from M'hlle .V (Iroor's
re, corner ol Sixth street uud Ohio levee
) as follows
ue at S 11. in
rlvelncltyut 10 a.m.
" " f.p.m.
8 tl Jtw.v Meykum, Agent.
, gular boarders at the Luropoau hole),
tj Walker proprietor, receive h.iard at
rat ot ?su per month. rt-m.tf
ue white; alnglo and double a ainher
;le and double X Canary. Inst quality ol
' .111 l.ln. li.ttitr. flj. nt.. rjwbui r...
printed t f3 W to 0 W pur thousaud,
Ae jiuuktin Oi fick.
I warm weather is approaching the
in ot ice cream will be glad to learn, that
art. Baup & Clorksou have titled up and
rnlshed, in elegant Htyle, their Ice crcuui
urn. Their uunuuoth i-odu lountulu has
Ueonput Iu running order, and nothing
intlUK about the establishment to mako
. ..... -nmlnrl nf f IimIp t.nt r.,...
LOCAL SI20RT STOPS.
Oreen wood fifty cents a load at the
bor factory. 7-80.3w
County Clerk Lynch weut to Anna
yesterday afternoon. Ho will retrrn to-1 OK
took tow of salt to,TiK ntlSONER AND II IS CON
Memphis, and tho Raven took :i .imilar
to St. LouU yesterday.
Tho Wild Duck tho other day brought 1
1312 torn iron for tho -MiHs-'Ippi Central I
extenilon, oppoilto thli city
Halley'i flock of fruitj ckm i the
largest In tho nmrki't, mid hu has loadi of
win, 1.2'j.liu. I
The Ella Hugliei brought 110 bbli
U ur, f5hhds of tobacco and 78 licet? of j
iron from Nashville yesterday.
Halley will oiler extru imlucuiiianta !
for tho nest ..Odnys, so at to inalin roniii 1
for hli largo order of heating ltovc-.
Kor a good, cay ridim; buggy, mid a
lufe, rellablo horse, go to Dr. Kiold . He
has them for hire, and at reaotiablo
Juit recoivel and for salo liftv bar-
rels pure elder vinegar, at Malbus V I
UliVs, Ci Ohio loveo. H.a-tw
U, U..ia ....1 1 1.
nent rosort for those who wish lo have a
pleasant drive. Thuro wire hi many at it
Jozeti carriages in the park nt olio time
S'hntcd jiainlora imiuedcitely. Ap
ply on board the atrnmhout Unhurt
Mitchell, abovo Iho lllinon Central freight
depot, opposite foot of Eighteenth stru.it.
The 1im in tho rivom are coming to
tlm surface rapidly. Huven foot water
was reported oil liullctiu bar, near Oce-
ota, wbero the Olnncoo bound soulh wni
aground at Init accouutn.
Tlie oJitor of tho 'Sun' lias goon into
the huir restorative business. He lias dis
covered n method by which n molt valua
ble article can bo made. It '11 known as
071001113, and will be sold lit a very reason
Only three eu.oa wero tried in the po-
lico court yesterday. They wero nil col
ored women mid to bo inmates of a houso
of ill-repute. Thirteen dollars and eighty
centa ench, was all it coat them. They
gavo their promise! to pay.
Tho next regular communication
Delta lodge No. 0C8 A. K. and A.
M , will bo held this (Thursday ) overling
at "J o'clock. Visiting broihrcn cordially
invited to attend.
W. A, S1.00, .Secretary.
P. Pitsgerald at hli rooms, corner
Fourteenth street nnd Commercial ave
nue, oilers for sale Oulnne9' Porter A
Dnsi' ales and puro Hennessy brandy,
and the genuluo Asgosturo hitters, nil
Urst-olass cholera cures. Try them
Capt. William of tho big Exporter,
arrivinl yoatcrday from hli homo at Cape
Oirardeau, nnd -will have hli .boat ready
for work noxt week. Shu curries a tertl-
bio iuiiou.v ut itaignt on very little
' 1 '
1... ui....:ii .1 n.i . . k-
-An old lu-ro lady said to us last oven-
lag "Sti s'un Juy morn ng each meur
her of our church ingoing to Sive one doK
n n n
I lr to our preacher, mid ho Is coins to cet
think that " preacher' has an uii-hill fob
on his hands.
Co to Hnlley's for good Moves and
good bargain', li'. Washington avenue.
C. Ilnnny wishes the public to bo in
formed that hu has on hand a stork of
dry goods nnd carpets in extensive 111. any
iu thu Southwest, ami that ho is determ
ined to sell everything ut prices lower
thuu tho lowest. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho will satisfy
you both as to quality and cost.
Tho anniversary mooting ol the Al
oxaudor comity Itiblo society, will bo
hold nt Cairo, In tho First PreMiytonan
church on the last Sunday Iu AuguM.
I hole meetings uro repleto with interest,
and uro always well attended. Tho pto.
grauimo for this occasion will bo published
low days before tho mooting.
Dr. Laviirty, homooopathi.il physi
cian, lato of Shawncetown, bus located In
this nnd intends making it bis boiuu
The doctor comm to Cairo well recom
mended, ana refers to tho ollicers of thu
Pint National bank of Shawneetown, to
whom be is well known, having practiced
his profession among thorn for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of tho patronage of
Halloy has a iut of wood pumps and
tubing which ho oilers extra, low, call and
teetliem, 10H Washington nvonue !
Tho evil spirit hastukcu possession of
this members of Rev Jacob lirad ley's
ohurh, and tho probability is that Jacob
will II ml It a pretty hard matter to roloaso
thttii, Ono Hums, a oolorod nreacher
ho lias liscn assisting Jacob in Lis mlri
istiTia) labors, but while ho has been help.
iog urudley lm has also hoeu working
iiimoeii into tue good graces of tho mem
bers of the Hoik, ami now tho question is
wn. .hall run tlm institution. All thu
male members i.ru for Hums acd all tho
femnUs are for ISradloy 1 vou but ). It Is
nip Mid tuck b.,lwn them, nnd how the
malVir will .uj cannot ho foretold
H is a ineo thing to be a genius , hut
to im 11 genius unappreciated it worse than
to 1) no genius at all. Whether Squlro
1'riokiitt of Cnrhondulo, it or it
not n genius, Is a ipieitiou wu
rsifor to -Mr. Luco of the 'Observe1;,
for aolution. liut that he did a very fool.
ivU thing when ho attcmptod, on last Mori
diiy evening, to arrest Sherlll' irvin for
Mhooting a man iu Jackson county, is a
liut no ono will deny. Sheriil Irvin did
not shoot a man In Jackson county, and in
all pi ability never firod u shot therein Lis
life. Kvon if he had douo so, Squire
Prick.)tt hud no right to arrest him in tho
maitnitr in which ho didwithout due
procei H of law. Prakett Is a prodigy, aud
we an 1 aitoniihed that ho has survived to
the rqiioM ago which he has attained.
Tlm Delta Social club rooms, hultable
for clV'i, tlrst floor south side of Tuk
HUtti iis building Enquire at this of.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1873
THE EXECUTION TOTAKE PLACE !
Kill DAY, AUGUST 2V, l878.;gowl baBMI h,Mti ,nj 0Mmcit)., of '
DUCT ON HEARING THK
WANTS A "NICK
The Utl act in the Campbell inurdur
case, o far as the Alexander county
circuit court li concerned, wai concluded
yttftriny at about noon
Without going Into detail! we will say
thnt tho motion for an arrest ol ude
tucnt, entered by Mr. Line-gar on Tues
1 ,1 I... V.
day uToning after thu overrullnr, by
Judgo Raker of the motion for a new trial
was also overruled, and nil that rmaalfted
to ho dono w the .eiiteneitig ot tho
At about lmlf-iut eleven o clock
Judge Haker anounced bii dec'uion
overruling the motion. Iir
minutes alter a deathly
prevailed the eiitlrn court
and tho droopini; of
could have been dlstinctlv hetrd In nlniost
anyjiart of It.
Then camo I'tom the judge's lips the
words "William Campbell, stand up.''
Ab soon a theso words woro uttered tliore
was a general biutle in the court-room,
every ono present made a move lo get at
near us possible to tho Judge's nlaud, in or
dor that they might hear inoro closely the
sentence of tho prisoner as tho words camn
from tlm judge s mouth. Rut a rap or 1
two from iJopnty Sheriff Fitzgerald soou
restored order, and everything wa as
quiet as beforu.
Judgo llaker then a.ked the prisoner if
hu know of miy reason why sontenco of
death should not be passed upon him.
Rut just at this moment, there was a littlo
confusion in tho court room, and thu pris
oner iiihiIo no reply.
ludgo llaker thou pronounced the son
tenco ot tho court. His remarks were
vnry impossivo and thero wero hut few
persons in the liou-o who woro not moro
or less impruisod with the awful solemnity
of thu occasion. Tho duty of pronnunc-
ing sentence of death upon a human bu
lug, 110 mattter what thu surroundings of
tho case may be, in not an unviable task,
and wu can easily comprehend Judgo
Raker's feelings while performing thli
After addressing the prisoner at con. id
ornblo length, reviewing the evidence
nduced nt tho trial; stating that two of
the ublest attorneys In this portion of the
statu had been appointed to defend him,
and that iu tho opinion of the court ''they
had left no stone unturned"' in behalf of
their client ; the action of thu lurv lo re-
urmti); a veruiclol nulUy ii'l tWini, thu
,w...1l.. ri .1 .i.,. ... ....
r" j ... ki.iiiu k uuBin, eic. uuire
ker llxod tho day of execution for Krl-
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A, tfj0 C()UcluJiori of ,,,,',, ro.
I , , ,,, ,
,,n"r !' "' Td, hi' ,e,'1
1 (rilf HlA W in l IthlnlliA til. Ion man a.1, toto.
"ft w "viv iisiiu 1,1111 jitufjw nog nuuivri' '
ing him, ho stood motionless, hardly once
moving ovon so much as hand or foot.
And whun ho took his seat did not show
tho least sign of emotion or nervousness,
Sherilf Irvin and ono or two of his depu
ties then returned the prisoner to his cell,
wheru ho will remain until he is brought
out on thu day on which he is t.. be
Court then iiiljniirnml until
Vestorday after dinner Mr. Irvin visited
Campbulls cell, when the prisoner said to
him " Sheriff, who is going to hang me'.''
to which Sheriff1 Irvin answered thai ho
uppcod that thatdlsagreeablu task would
fall upon himsolf. Campbell replied: "I
am glad of it. I wnutanico man to do
it, for if a rogue did it, I would como
bat hand haunt him." Mr. Irvin inquired if J
Campbell did not desire to have a minister I
come to seu him, to which ho replied, ' 1
don't know; gues it woiildn t do much
Uetwueit thu St. Charlis hotul and the
steamboat landing, a pair of gold ilmmud
spectacles. Tiie Uud 01 will bo suitably
rewarded by leaving thu samo at tho ollice
of the St, Plmrln. homl. Cairo, Illiuoi.
Aut's.i mer. C. A- V. R. R , 1
Cairo, Ills., July 20, 1873.
For tiiti accommodation of tho I'llUou
ol Cairo, tho Mound City accommodation
train will ou and aftur Monday, July 'Jtt,
slop as follows At Fourteenth htreet
Twentieth street, Twenty-llfth Mrout,
Thirty-fourth -.trout, and thu crossing of
tho Illinois Central railroad. No one 1
will l'e permitted ou the train without a ,
tlckut. Faro between Seventh street sta
tion stnd Illinois Central railroad crossing
aud Intermediate points, live cents.
Tickots good for twenty lares can bo pur-
chuseii nt lua ticket ollico, corner of Sev
enth street, for one dollar. Paieugurs
will riot be permitted lo get oil1 or on the
train at any point other than the above.
Chan. O. Wool,
(ien I. Psssonger and Ticket Ant.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-1'ARTNER-SHIP.
Tlm partnership hurotofore existing
liutwi'Mii Collar, llrown ti Harrison and
E. O. Paco A: Co,, under the style and
llrm of Colloy, Pace Co., has been thli
day diisolved by mutual content, Coll'ey,
Rrown A: Harrison retiring, and E, C,
Pace A: Co. succeolirig, who will continue
tho builuo. under the llrm name of E.
C. Pace A: Co.
CorfKY, RllUW.V A- HAKMSOh
E. C. Paok sV Co.
Referring to tho abovo dissolution, we
take pluasuru in rocommondlng the Arm of
E. 0. Paco k Co to our former friends
Corrxr Hhown A Hakki.on.
1 A.ilgust 1, 187 8.3.JU
TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS.
Retiring from th torn million and for
.Ward,n bulM Ml cU "
Lftve arranged with Msirs. CoUy, Hat-
dlinn - lit.i ,t Inn it AVttAttuiwin
unci iniHKruy buu ampie capuai. iu ue.. ,
cwd us In tliU buslnoss.
Wit take pleaiuru In recoriimoiiditi; the
linn to our cnrrespoudmils and neighbor,
and Lespoak lor them, a continuance of 1
the genorous patronage and cnurtcou
trentnietit so long extended H us.
I). II u lib So.v.
Cwr.o, Ills., August 1, 18i!5. S-3-:!t
l'OH SALE OR RENT.
Lot uumberod 0, In block numbered 1,
fronting on Ohio levee, with business acd
dwelling, nuw kitchen, etc., all comploto.
Alio for salo or rent, tho household and !
kitchen furniluro, bar and bar fixtures, in
lim-class condition. The bar and house
Is kept by Mrs. 1'iilkenBtoln, lire, llahll,
and baa a uood run of custom. Thi is a
lino opportunity for any person who
wishes to invest in good property or en-
gago In a lucrative business already ctal. ;
llslied. Tor further information apply ou ,
tho premises. H.fi.tit (
KORSAIiE OR RENT.
A two-.tory house on Commercial ave-1
HUM nenr tho corner of Nineteenth street. 1
Tho house la forty foet long by twenty-
two foot wide, (t contains ten rooms and
kitchen, and a good clitorn and necessary
out-houses are attached tilt. It is well
iuiitllated and well adapted for a businus.
housoordwellliig. It Is in a lmlnos part -of
tho city and has been newly painted j
and renovated lnldo and out. Apply to.
lloii'o, Ohio Loveo, 1
MoHcury l'.oo A Co., of New Orleans,
have come to this city lo stay, and havo
lilted up a tlrst clas barber-shop on Com-1
morclal avenue In the room next to Han-1
non's book store, lately occupied by Htu
art A: (iholson as a dry goods store. The
workmen are nil Urst-class and are pre
pared to cut hnlr, shavo, shampoo, etc., in
the very latcit styles. All thoy ask U a 1
trial, l uey respocuuuv solicit a snaro 01
public patronage. MclItNRY Roe d: Co,
Mil. MAX ROLLER,
COMPETENT PIANO TUNER1
Has located in the city. Contracts made j
for tuning pianos by the year or olhor
wise, to suit the owner. Orders le.lt at the
jewelry storu of K. t W. lludor will re-1
celve prompt attention. 7-20-lm.
A (IOOD INVESTMENT
A rare chance Is oll'ernd to some man 1
with money to Invest in good piyiug ;
property in the most desirable part of the !
city. Two lots, CO frnit front on - i
t........ ..tA. rCtu., tut..... I
uira" .wow. " .'..ft"
. .. .1
c'u " ""UU ,, l"U ""V, '
per storie. ara well arranged for otbem or
j ellini;.. For further Prtieiilan en- ,
' uiro 01 .ioiix g. Hahmax A U,
""' Knil KUlu A'' Ciro' 1 '
I - ' - "'
On and after August 1, 1 intend to do a
strictly cash business, except with those of
my customers who settle promptly ou tho
first of overy month. All old nccouuts
and notoi in my hands which are not
settled very soon, I shall advertise and toll
at public vendue. D. Aktkii,
('Alio. July 20, 1S7'J. 7.'27-lm
k . ..ki iv, . .11. .
A competent school teacher, able to
teach the higher matbomatics, and who
has had experience in teaching, may sc -
cure a situation lor six mouths at a rea -
sonable salarv bv applylngto K. II. llyrno
or Win. Rodnny of Oreenilold's landing,
A good span of mule", wagon and bar-
no-. Also ten acres of corn. Enquirer of
Corter Fourteenth street and Wahingtoii
avenue, at lllankiinburg saloon
A flue, nuw cottage, complete 111 nil Us
re.Kjcts, situated on Fifteenth street op
posito thn jiost-otlico. For particulars en
quire of White A- Co, corner Twentieth
stretnd Washington avenue i-l-ill
Accounts duo toMathus A- Uhl must bo
paid on or before tlm 15th Inst., or they
will be placed in tho hands of an otllcer
for collection We mean thin.
H-n.lw Matiils A- If in..
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Harbor shop in complete running order,
a good Mam! and a good run nf custom.
Enquire at TilK Rtri.i.f.i if OmCB.
Five largo rooms, itiltalile for ollico or
sleeping rooms. Enquire of Elliott tV
SuitUMAN's Pkkvkntivk. A reliable
and speedy cure for colic, cholera morbus,
diarrhoea and cholera.
On tho approach of cholora ovory fam
ily should bo prepared to treat It without
waiting for a physician it does its work
so rapidly, that while you are waiting for
11 doctor it may provo fatal.
There is no disease which may bo
checked with so much certainty as cholora,
hut unavoidable circumstances or indiscre
tion of some member of a household may
invite tho attack, and the challenge will
never bo refused. It will probatdy be
made in tho night, when your physician
has been called In another direction, and
you must troat tho esse yourself or It will
lUmcrnber, that in cholorn leasons
every case of simple diarrlnca if not at
tended to promptly may end In cholera.
Ono of the premonitory symptoms of
Asiatic cholera is free, painless diarrhiea,
from which unfortunato clr:umstanco tho
dlarrhu a is neglected in its ctmiblo stage,
If thu all'uction commenced with a sovero
pain thero would bu comparatively a lim
ited number of fatal ca.ui, as relief would
bo Immediately sought, for it la well es
tabllshed,of thu few diseases that aro
actually curable throuirh medical riuani
this is ont when taken at tho right time
will gunerally bo atmted In Its fatal "
To Iho public The recipe by which
this valuable mixture l prepared, Ob
tained hv ilie rno.t skill
fill physicians of thli country, who during
f1" ePld?Mlr -if.i?n,Ii
nee rrom iti uIOl nd by In- pcnnislou i
placo It within the rev li t 1,4 ,f,f,!'
Caution. Counterfeit of tlm article
Lavlne made thnlr and in or
j. rv.i 7
uei iv protect ine public, ngainil liiouau;ur
of using a spurious article and th frauds
of unprincipled men, it can ba obtained
only at my dispensary, No. ." Christy av
nr,e, between Main and l.evoo streets.
Dr. Sherman a Cholera riuieJy.an be
procured at II, W. Chamberlain's drug
toro, No. 18 Third stroet, south side
SAM IT El j V. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ollice over Firrt National hank.
WILLIAM .1. A I.I. EN,
ATTOKNKY AT f-AW
IJIllucover First National bank.
OHEEN k OILHEHT,
Willlui ll.Urrrn, 1
William II (llltwri, V UA1KII, II.I.IN01B.
Mil. K.llllliert, J
smtH.iui attauhou fl.it iu A.lwUMir
OfiMUK onio 1.1c via, noosib 7 and uovnn
CITT NATIONAL IIAVK.
John II. Miilkey. Willam ('. .Mlilkey.
MUl.KEV k HON.
Ollice, tear room oer Mannon' hook
NO. V2i COM MKKCI AL AVBMUK,
lletwcen Seventh and Highlit itleel-.
" lloOli 7flHDI.fr
"KTl T .T .F.Tl N V, NDKRY.
'omer Twelfth Mreot and WaMiincTon Ave
J. C. 11 UELS,
'Late or M. Louls.l
HINDER AND BLANK
HLANK MOOICSof every dencriptlon done
with neatness und dispatch. All kinds of
ruling doue at short notice. Illblcs, Jluslc,
M'i''uzlues and l'eriodlcals bouud neat and
ut the lowest po.xlble nitei.
.ounty work, ciich as Kecnrds, Docket'.
1 r oh iiouks. uiauKH, etc., nuiiiu a i pecia uy
ll0XCSi 1ockel ,ltook,s KV(J ,0',)tH) ,'
mile to order 11-24
1 - J - -
1 T) p rTl 1
1 .TO HOARD COUNTY, MO.,
ou the lino 01 the
AND T. RAfLliOA l.
Olienlnu Kale ot
Lots at Auction.
1 I his nuw town is situated upon an el-
vaU.ll ., i,rHllliil -ectlon of land, grained
j ru"'oad comii.iny by the I'lilted
It Is M miles soulh ol llloomlield, the
present county seat, nt the point whcio the
old traicled roud leading to Dunklin county
crones the Cairo, Arkansas and Tumi rail,
It is 11 miles west ol Cairo, and 21 miles
east ot I'oplar HIllQ'. It promises lo he the
finest town In .Southeast Missouri.
Ou In.. .l..mn...l fn .... 1....
S, ,., IU .HU ML limilll llll IU1-, lit 11111
I decided lo oiler 200 at puhlic auction un
WEDNESDAY, A I 'OUST Hi. IH7.!.
llond for warranty deeds will be rjlven.
Tonus of talc: Twenty dollars on biding
oil cacti lot; oii'-.thtrd January 1,1871, und
balance In one and two years, with ' per
cent. Intel est.
.Social free excursion tiulu Irom C11I10,
stopping ut all stations during the day of
sale, leaving Cairo ut 0 o'clock, a.ln,, 'and
iPlurningatter the sale.
Prcsideiil C. A. and T Railroad couiiaiii.
W1NEM AMIS I.IUOUJISi,
r7 SMYTH & CO.,
SMlmMilllSISMliHIM IISHtai(fl(Stt i
t'AIKII, I I, I, I O I M.
Al, Sep ouostsDtly un tiaud a mot euro
lil.te stock of
t0OTCII AKU IEIBU WUI8KIHB
Fort, Maderla, Sherry and Oatawb Wiwt
R- H111UI1& Co. arealso agcnU torHnen
cer. JUKay ftfo.'a Pittsburg ale, of which
large stock is kept constantly on band at
their wholesale atore.
"OF FEY, HARHISO.V&t'O.,
uccet-orsiol). Iliinl.t Hon.
riilt'at,tiKAI. A Nil II AT.
v.. .vi m.in l.nsj... iMIim ft.LS.
Our Home Advertisers. ?y
w. II. .Writ,
H. H. ir.nJ-f
No. Pill,. Mi J II, M. Ouin
K1RE, HULL, OAROO, LIVE HTOOIt
A. nil. ,M,SM !
NOKTll AMKKIOA. PA
Aot' IJ.TsS.ouo ne
As.ols Ji.Wt.ilu 1
A"0tt- )Hl,:V I
AMhltlUAN CKNTIUI,, M0
i WUtnifOTimiTMUTUAl,. 1.IKK,
I 1 KA VKl.KlW, UAHThUHl), 1,1 AMI
Ai.ol. , ,'!.' 1 0
UAll.rtAr I'tblINclKKS A-.-t.HASCK
A.i.l IM",'""! Ill
A-f I ., , t',Sf I OU
SAIM'OKD, MOHHIS A CANDEE,
71 Olllo I,riM,
TEUTON I A LIFE INHUUAN(1E
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Okni'l. Office, 17-' WabiiiniiionSt.
Thli (lennaii I. lie lo-nrniicu Couipali)
guaruulee. not only Kald-llp l'olicio but
aUo a Value in Ca.fi on the Non-furfi lluro
JOHN A. HUCK, - 1'rc.idunt
0. KNoUKLSDORK, - - - Hecretary
JOHN W. I'ltUKSH,
Aent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Aisociation for promoting Life In.urancc
and Kick Hellef hy weekly due. and mutual
l O-uperation iu ohjectn ol puhlic heiielit.
The Lite Insurance lViltcles will he Umied
hy the TcutonU Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, Prn.ldent.
JOHN W. PRUES3, Au'r.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAQAHA, K, Y.,
OKHUA.NIA, !. Y.,
As-oU l,l!4,7Sl JS
IIANOVXH, .V. Yn
As.frU - TJ SSJ I"'
KirUllUC, X. T,
A. sets 714.1111 r
C'nmirli.lDiC tr.r tlDdarwrit'ri' As.no;.
TO.'IKKH", N. T.,
.. SSI, US
riiiKsiK.N'n rvxv, c r.,
SICUIIITY, N. Y. MA KINK.
- .'. I,4M,S4J
Htoi.K, ILvIIIdk', Kuroitur., Uulli .ml Csr
Kurs, insured at rat", as larorabl. . .oiin I, ly.r
msurut sHjiirlty will wsrranl.
1 r.hbwillully ask of Ihi clluou.ot C
st.arror their natrooaitv.
ST. 1,0 1' IS
I' N I V K II S I T Y
KHTAHI.ls.IILI l. IS'.Mi
Uy tiiciuliers of the soeioli ot
Jcstis, and Ine.nrporateil li) an act ol tlm
stain lei-latllie In 112, it h.is . n.-iu ed
tlnlnlerrupted success, and continues to 01
ferllie nudeiit every taellllv lor lequirlna
S'IiishIi hI mill nliiioei rlul IMiiriillnli1
llulleliiis ,iiu sent tluee limes a yvarlo
the parents or guardians of the students to
inform llieiu ol the conduct, health and
Impriovciuenl of their oiis or ward, An
experienced physician dally IIN the In.
stltiitlon, and the greatest care and alien.
Hon are bestowed 011 the sick.
lloaid and tuition, pur session, ten
I ho next se.ou begins on September I,
CutaloauuN cnntiilniii Distinction, to par.
cuts, Mud full particulars, will be sent iree
011 ajipllcutioii In
IfKV. .1. 0. .KAI.SMl, M..I .
President .St. Louis I'lihciY-lt), St. Louis,
Lyiu.ill IlloiVutt, ilcfendaut, Is tiotllieil
that on July 21, 1S73, Mary .M. illodsetl,
complainant, tiled her bill Iu chancery,
In the Alexander county circuit court, stale
of Illinois, for dlioruc, and that snld suit is
now pending In said court. That thereupon
;i summons was issued out of tho clerk's
ollice ol said court iiKuinst )ou, rettlrniible
on the fourth Tuesday In July, 187.'!, to a
termnt said court, then tube holdnn at the
courtdinuso Iu Cairo, in sald county and
suite, waicii .miy .11, in, .
ItKI'IIEN S. Yocit.M.CIcik.
rtauiuel P. Wheeler.
Th h pleiidlJ steamer
DlCK K0WLkU. (l.nl.in
Loaven Cairo DAILY, (.Sunday excopted) at
1 p.m r or freight opaasiis;e apply on boat or
to Jas. .Mallohy, Ag't.
tor.l'.levriili nuit Poplar NSa.,
Jnfopis Hie publlo that bo hasuiiKagoil I4ie
aervlccs pf a Flrst-clasis Wagon makeraud
also a Flrst-class Horao alioer and U ready
to manufacture uud epair all kinds of work
In Uil trade with npair and dlspatoh,
Our Home AdverLiseid.
...... - -
HUMIS, RUOWN ,t CO.,
Auk. nts HoiiK Cottun Mii.lh
NO, U) Ohio I.mcU, Cairo, Ills
NEW LIVERY STAKLK
narwacN winit . iviaus sm wiLil'l
dr. 11. r. riM iniiiiui. tun 1. 11 li i.. ttitt t,. 1 4
. r : 11 y s r a h 1, j:
u 11.. iiirili'l .el r Ttnili slr.tpi u.m
Ilia JU.hU. .Ill l.n rtllllll-tlt- l ttltli bub. lilt tl
AND (1001) VEHICLES,
and t tin pulillcmay he arcoiuuindaled nt
hours of the day and ullit will. sfe trmm
on Hi. lo e.t terms.
Dr. Flcldi a.ks :i nharc of public Jiatiouage
uud Will endeaior In tnellt It hy fill dealuv
and strict attention to bus)
WAKI) fc ItOUEHTS.
DxAi.rhH 11 Wi.sixiw Huaiii-i,
W.wt Pai'kh, Puns: Wiiitk
Lkaii, Li.vKf 11 On
I M.UMIN ATIMO OIL,
Sriitirs TuiiI'KStine, Ol ri
Siiki.i.ac, Ai.i.oiioi , E11., Eu
U'illilntoii nicnue and Klctrtitli slleol,
Caiho, . iLLINOt
KMIKKR A HLA K E,
WALL TAPER, I'AlNTti,
faSIf, It.u.lur, SJnlllliir.
V J X1 LD O W t3 1.. A tl rj.
In 1 11.. o.l.M.l.il llliiinlb.llu
UlinaVt.UIMIIN'.l OOr ilTU 1ST a 1)011
Cairo Rox and Racket Co,
LUMRER OF ALL KINDS
IIAHH AMI SOl'l.
Keep ron-tautly on hulid
i' irvi:u a.-s 11 ijiniMi. ai.mi Lath.
Vlt.1 AMI YA llll COHNKR Tlllltl Y-riCI:lU
'TI'.KKT AM' Ofllll I.XVCK.
Kioiitii Mt., Ut. Com. A Wash.,
UllOrs AMI SSIIOKS.
F. .M. tr.vil. A, Dettlugri
! . W. STHAWTZ A CO.
ROOT .uni SHOE MAKERS
1 orner of
I'.HIIIT Si UKKt SMI COMMKKI lil.Al K.Nl'E
All kinds ot boots and shoes made lo or
der on -liort notice, and Iu thu latct aud
most fadiionnble styles. Ladies hoots, slice
and gaiter, a speciality. tj-2-tf
You cuh buy sis
and onu-hall lbs. Durant's
A Cott'oo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Deet
three ami ono-linlf llba. Prime
Rio Coffeo, Ono Dollar ; Beat
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar ami
a half per pound ; Host Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
SoTonty-livo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at 1 1 1 it am Hixry.
Summer Attention to tlm
trade. Having a large selec
tion of handsome white goods
very cheap, Batiste de valen
ciennis, plain striped and fig
ured .styles ; Swiss's, plain
striped and figured ; Victoria
lawns, plain striped and fig
ured ; Marseilles in great vari.
cties and patterns; Nansooks
patterns ; linen lawns, white
and figured ; Percales in hand
some figures and designs; em
broidorcis in large assort
ments ; white trimmings in
largo assortments ; linen suit
ings in all shades ; linen dam
asks, handsome pauerns ;
have in store a very complete,
largo and seasonaoie assort
ment of dry goods very cheap.
V a. Please call, no trou-
hi n show troode. ti-28 tf
v any use 01 Miiaruian's rrevennvo