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CAIRO BULLETIN.
Wa rtqmil Nubnc rllpri not rrrcla
Ini llisrtr pprr rulnrlr rr mrl
Ike tmt to thta tIHre. rllhcr irron
nllj or tjr Faalnl Canl.
fnkllwIlM omr, Bulletin llnllUlojr
Washington Aveaue.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11
K
1M HUM the Hhorlrl Itnnlo
TO CHIOAO-O
Klfthty Mites hc Bhnrlcat Itonlo
TO ST-XjOXJIS
NO CHANGE OK OAKS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CIUCAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAKS
OM CAIRO TO
OlnclaaaU, UtlanapolU, Toledo,
ttroll, Clfvaland, Ntnr Filli
Buffalo, litlfbuiR, WuhlnKlon.
Baltimore, 'Philadelphia, Ne Vork.
Boston and all points eat.
Mllwauale, Jananllle, M.lln,
LaCrOM. bt. Paul and all points north.
This is also the otlr dIHct rout to
Decatur, Itloomtncton, Nr-naffeM.
I'eorta, cjulMT, Keokuk,
BurlinitoBj Kock Island, 1 Fatlc.
Keadou, Dixon, Krreport,
(lalena, Dubuque. Sioui Ultj,
Omaha and ell point northwest.
Elegant Drawing Boom Sleeping C
On Ml Night Trains.
IH4lt Checked toall Important point.
For ticket and information, apply to I. C, It. II
depot el tiro; on board tnp tran.it steamer t
Iweeu Oolumbu. and Cairo, and at the princlp
railroad ticket offlcea throughout the nouth.
W. P. JOHNSON, (l-n'l Pass. Ak'I, Chlcaio.
A. jo itch i ti, uen'i.mip'i. unica;o.
.1. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OK Tl.MK.
l'as-enzer trains on the Illinois Central
rhatiKe time to-day. Krom and alter 2:10
p. in. to-day train- will nin as lollows :
AllltlVK,
Exnres-, dally . ..-coopm.
Mall, exccptSunday .3:lfi a.'ui.
IIKrAItT,
Ex pre", .. 'JMO p. in.,
Mall, daily except Sunday ,.11:.V p.m.
KAILIlOAD TIMETAHLE,
CAIHO, AKKANSAS AND TEXAS It. It.
On ami alter Tlled.iy,.luly 10, 1873, train
will run .tally, except Sunday, between
Ureeutleld's landing and I run hiding,
Missouri. &9 follows;
Leave- Greeiitield's at
Arrive at Urerhllrld's at ....
Arrive at lnm Siding at
l.ea Iron Mdhig at
1:00 p.m.
!i:r: n.hi.
T:ir p.m.
Uil.'i . in.
TUB CAIRO AND V1NCKNNKS
UAILHOA1).
3UOKTKST
( loclnnati,
Detroit,
lliitlalo.
110 DTK KKO.U
CAIKO
TO
Indiannpoll-, Toledo,
Cleveland, Nlagra K.ilN,
rjltslililK, Washington,
l'hfhdelnlii.'i. Xmv V.irL.
Haillmore,
iloMou and nil K.i-tcm 1'ulnt-,
CHAN UK OK Tl .M K.
on ami alter Tne.-d.iy,
will run m lotions:
July 1. ira. train-
KXI'llEPS.
Iloliii? north li ivi. f it r a i t
(Mug south arrives at Cairo at.'."!
4:01) a.m.
HM p.m.
MOU.VIt CITY ACCOMMODATION.
Going North.
Leaves Cairo at.. ..11:33 a.m. and li;00 p.m.
. . doing South.
Arrives at Cairo nt..s;00 a.ui.'nud ltZ p.m.
ThocxpreB train north arrives at Mil
venue at Vl?2 u.iu, .luaklns illrecv uonnm-
nun ui ii:..u p.m., vtUU Uio IndlanapoUa anJ
Muceuneii railroad for lndliu-ipoiu, tl
great railroad contrc, from which point
trains aro departing at all hour, lur all
joints m too United .Sl.'ito ami Oiu.nl.i.
'0.1p.m. witu tno KvaiKvlllu and ( raw-
iviittuie railroad, for Terra Haute. India
nal-oliF, Chicago, Dauvillo and nil points
norm, via mo icrra name, i;vauvtiiu anil
Chicogo railroad, and east via thu Vandalla
Hue, and Indianapolis and St. l.oul-railroad.
At 1:.V p in. with Iho Ohio ami .Mloii-ippi
railroad, for Cincinnati, l.oulm lllc, and nil
points cat, v la Cluclmiall.
l'assengcnt going by thl- route are placed
in Indlanapolls.Cincltmatl, I.onhllle, Now
York, lJoston, 1'lilladtlphla, Italtlmoro,
Washington, and all eastern point, twelve
hours in advanco of any other rotttu.
ICxprew train makex connection ut Kldo
rado with SU LouU and frotltlloalerll rail
way, lor St. Loul-, SJt. Vernon (Illinol-),
Shawiioutown, and all pointn between Kldo
rado and St. J.ntii-,
At Norrls Cay inakcn cloe connection
for HpringrJeld, Kock Island, and all point
on Springtield and Illinois Southeastern rail.
Hy and connections.
At Oannl with St. Lotil-, i:rantvllle, lien
deraou and Nashville railway lino, lor Ml,
Vernon (Indiana), KvitiHvlltn, lioinlcrMin
(Kentucky), Na?hvlllla (Teiinc.-ee), und all
poniti on su 1.,, H., 11. and N, railway and
coiinectlom.
Hamate checked to all Important points.
GTFor ticket- and information apply at
the ticket olllce, corner Seventh struct and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, IllinoU.
J. so. Lee, Sup't. On as. O. Wood,
(Jen. 1'ftM'r und Tickut Ag't
II. K. Uuit.s.iDE, Agent, Cairo.
M)CAL WEATJIElt REI'OIIT.
U. S. Sio. SKIt., OlISKKVKIl'H OKKICK,
Caiko, Atii'tt-t s, i7;l, io:ii p.m
llarotneter STjiT.
Thermometer:: degree.
vtinu, south, velocity
hour.
I mile per
Weather, clear
Maximum temperature ;ia-t 'Jl liour
degrees.
Minimum temperature, last
degreei
i hourn, 71
l'revalling wind a.t 'U hour-, outlicat.
total number of milt, traveled during List
1M hour
Kutvin Uahlani), Observer.
Uest Scotch ale, .toul ,,orUri ttni 0, . t
yar old bourbon whlikeytr.U foun,, "u.
at the Crystal saloon, corner ot Sixth strut
and Uommerciai avenue.
Stkaoala ,fc Lasi,
6--5 lm l'roprtetors
llackn lor tlie.Catro, Arkuusu bih! 'lex a
railroad, auriing I rum whltu ,v ()rttiJi,
lore, corner ol Sixth street and Ohio levte
run a follow :
Leave at H a.m.
' 4 p.m,
Anlvelnuty at lOa.iu.
f p. in.
IStl
John Mkvkuh, Aguiu,
CHKA1' IIUAltDIMl.
Itegular boarders at thu Kuiopean '.lotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board ut
thu rate ul tiy per monlh. Wo-if
KNVKLOI'KS.
Kme white; dlnglo and donblo X amber
(Ingle .and doublu X Canary, be,t nuallty ol
maiillla, bluu letter, fb!., cb:. hjti) fur
ale, printed at tju WJUjO M pur thousand
at the Huu.irtiN Orrice. '
ICE CKKAMALOON.
AH warm weather U approaching the
lover Ol ico crcaiu will be v.M V learttthat
Memr. Saup .tClarkson have istud up and
refurnished, lu oUgaiit style, their it cream
parlors. Their umiiimoth ioda Jouuuiu has.
also biitn pat la ruunlng order, und iibthing
U,wantlnj( kVout the ettabllshmunt to make
Uie pjwuie ant. comlort of thclr;pauuh
l.OOAli MIOKT StOI'd.
fief vtft a ullght ImproTmndnl in
huimcii on tho lovco yoslorJny.
(iroon wood fifty cent n load nt tho
box factory. "!IO-3w
Momm. K. II. Uunrilnghftm and .lohn
Antrim Iiavo pono to St. Iouli on InnW
Jie-
Hov. J.C Orecn and brother agouti
oftheOreon City colony, lolt thf c ity by
the 12 o'clock train lafl nlglit.
Halloy'i tlock ot fruit cam is llio
inrget in tho market, nnd ho has loads of
osn wax. 7-2!i-ltii.
Tlio Ohio river is falling at tho rato
f six inchos n day nt this point. It is now
thirteen fent nino Inches above low-water
mark.
Tho low boat "Coal Hill," from St.
Louis, passed up the Ohio yostorday. Sho
liad in tow throo barges of iron oro for
l'arkorsburg, Vct Virginia.
llalloy will olTor oxtra inducemonls
for tho noxt .10 days, so as to mako room
for his largo ordor of hoititig stove
T-'JH-lm.
.Mr. Frank Hundley, who has boon
seriously ill for covoral days, is, wo art
glad to learn, rapidly recovering, and will
soon be up and attending tn btiilnos
again.
A number of gentlomon oi this city
havo clubbed together lor tho ptirposo o'f
forming a shooting club. A nyono can bp.
como a mmber by applying to .Mr. Kobt.
Smith.
The 'Sun says "circuit court is wind
ing to a closo and tho 'limbs' aro happy.''
Kather stale, that. Circuit court has not
been in sojslon sinco Its adjournment nt
noon n edncsday last.
Jut rcceivod and for salo fifty bar
rels puro cidor vinegar, at .Mathus :
Uhl'i", C4 Ohio lovoo. 8-il-hv
.Mr. 11. K. Illako, with his crutch nud
cano, was visiblo on thu streets yestordiiy
ino sovcro cut no rcceivod a weolt ago Is
rapidly healing, and In n. day or two ho
will ba able to dlspenco with both crutch
and can.
t rarnbakor A bon will upon their
now clothing houso on Ohio lovco two
doors iibovu tho Krst Nutionitl bank
about tho l.ltli inst., with ono or tho
largest nud best stock of goodi ovor
brought to Cairo.
II t.V. l . . .
i. ru.-ennti m nu rooms, corner
bourtoeiith street und Coniinerciitt nve
into, oilers for Eiiln Uiilnne-n' I'ortor
lias ales find puro Hcnne-sy brandy
and thu gonuino Angoturo bittors, all
llrtt-class cholora euros. Try thorn
7-17. tf
Tho annual mooting of tho German
Mohool rjociuly will l htbl at Uross' of
llco, noxt ilonday ovuuing, August 11
All mombors aro roouostcd to boon hand
promptly at 8 o'clock, us llio cloction of
olllcers for thu uniuing nchool yoar will
ibko place. R KoniMKVKi:,
8-J--t Hocrotary.
Co to HalloyV for good ttoves and
good bargains, iS Washington avonuo
7-UO.lm.
0. llantiy wishes tho public to bo in-
tormoil mat lio has on lmmV a. kM ..f
dry goods nnd carpts its oxtcnslvo us any
in tho SoUthwiot. nnil Hint lui U .li.tonn
inod to soil everything at prieos lower
than tho Iowo.it. Cull on him to-day and
uxamlno goods and prfcos. H0 will satisfy
you both its to quality and cost.
Tiioronroii fow scoroi of boys in tli'e
city, from threo to ten ycara of ago, wlo
nro in tho habit of running In .front of
every horso and buggy that passes alone
tho stroot. Somo of thorn will soonor or
later bo run over and probably killed
i aronts who nro awaro that thoir children
aro In tho habit ol doing so should use
ovory exertion to break thorn of it.
Dr. Ltviirty, homoeopathist phvsi-
cian, Into of .Shawnoetuwn, has located in
this city and intonds making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo woll rocom.
mondud, una rufors to tho olllcers of tho
Kirst National bank of Shawncetown, to
whom ho is woll known, having practiced
his profossion among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair eharo of tho patrnnngo of
our citizens. 7-liO-tf
-Halley 1ms a lot of wood pumps and
tubing which ho oilers extra low; call and
soo them, 108 Washington avonuo.
7.'.'l'-liii.
Night boforo lust a quarrol took pluco
at tho Llttlo Koutuckian saloon between
tho proprietor, Parks, and astrangor, dur
ing which tho strangor rocoivod a blow
from somo boavy instrumont on tho lolt
arm, indicting a painful although not
dnngeroiiB wound. I'arks and his bar-
tondor, .lack Shephord, woro arrested
by Chief of Vollco .Mcllalo and takon bo-
roro Judge Hroas who Unod thorn five dol
lars and costs each. It is pretty near
timo that tho city authorities do some
thing to. rid tho city of such a h 1 as tho
Little K untucklan.
(J HANI) JUSKMT l'lCNIC
KXC.TKSIO.N AND l'YK TECHNIC
AL EXH1IUT10N.
KH1DAY, AUGUST lf, 1B7II.
The undorsiguod manae-ors heir, leavo to
"nl'urm thu citixons of Cairo that on tl.o
1Mb of August thuy Intend giving a pic
nic uxmrsion, on thu
SjIKa t KU T. V, VA KK.UT,
Up thu TuntioMou river to Nurton IiluU t.
A mooniight excursion hi tho ovenlng, to
guthor with a grand pyrotuchnlcul uxtubl
tiod on tho rivur, Hotb tho Cairo Silver
Comet band, and l'rof. Corbutt's string
bund, aro ungagod for tho occaiiion. Am
plu itrrnngumuuts maJo lor rufreihuicuts
on thu bout, and wo pledge ouriulvos ev
erything thutcan budonushnll bo dono fur
tho hccommolation ot tho uxcurlonita.
Koat leavo promptly at 7 a.m. Faro,
gent- $1 60, Indies 60 cunts, children 25
cents I'orlurthur particular! suu small
bllli.
i'wor DtiiKo rous.
-N L Wickwlro, .Marsh Wairon, l'hil
Howard, .la, A l'hllllj.
MANAOEI-.M.
Jark Wlntur, It V Kluko, W 11 rieh'ultur,
l'utur Saup, Henry Vn- imau, .1 T Ken-uie
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 0, 1873
ST. MAllV'S 1'AltK.
UKI'OHT OK Til H COMMIS.SION
KUH AH TO MONIES SUH
SCUIIIKI) AND ILK
1'KNDKD. Cairo, Ills., August 7, 1873.
In prosontlng tho amounts subscribed
by dihVont Individuals for Improving St.
.Mary's park, it is but Just to stato that
suvoral persons whoso names aro omitted
ai subscribers havo signified thoir willing
noss l contribute, but havo nevor author
ized the committee to alUx tho amount of
contribution. Ami there nro al'o othors !
who were out of thoir placos of business
whon callod upon, and their namos Are
omitted.
Holying upon this, tho committee havo
expended moro than was actually sub
scribed, and more than thoy cxpectod.
It was not nt first thought necossary to
rcmovo any troes from tho drive, but
when graded thoro wero two which had to
bo rcmovod, and ono unfortunately foil
acros tho fenr-e, which was oxponsivo to
remavo and repair damages. Tho drlvu
was wholly useless with tho troo across II,
nnd your comtnltteo without Instructions
had it removed nt tho expento ns stated
above. Vou will find a balancn of nun
hundrod and twonty-nino dollars nnd
ninety cents yet due.
Tho committeu fool vory confident that
tho citlzons aro moro nnd moro satisflod
with tho work dono, as tho numbor of fre
quenters of tho park dally ovinco, nnd nil
will readily ngroothnt as much moro could
and should bo oxpendsd rtt onco. This
would be sufficient in amounts to romovo
all dirt from tho carriago drives and foot-
walks in tho south half of tho park, and
form tho divisions so tnado into beda for
animals or grass plots J and wo havo no
doubt tho ladles in tho city will cheerlully
contributo from their gardens nnd vards
such shrubbery and (lowers us
will mako St. .Mary's park
as fair to look uuon and pleasant to visit
ns themsolvci.
All persons willing todoublu thoir sub
scriptions, or ovon mako it moro thun
double, can do so by calling nt tho ollico
of olthor of tho committee. And thote
persons who hitvo not yet designated thu
amount thoy will give, will oblige us by
doing so, for.if tho amount jot duo fhould
not bo paid, it will fall heavily on the
committee If thoy havo to py It together
with thoir own subscriptions.
Kuspectfully W. W. Tiiohnto.v,
Chairman
Cash subscribed by undorsiguod for,lm
proving Suiut -Mary's park, Cairo, llli
uuis:
Dr. 0. W. Dunning $10 00
.lacoo ii. ljyncii
.lutnM .lohnsou
I. Kitzgerald
William .Martin
.Mile- W. l'arker
r. 00
6 00
0 00
n 00
b 00
r. 00
A. .M. Austin
A. II. Sallord
W. 1'. Halliday
W. llyslop
10 00
10 00
6 00
.Mrntton ti llird 5 00
11. Smyth A: Co r 00
ltuliurt A. innliilkhiit 1 00
iiurmnn .iiyers ;
(J. D. Williamson 3
r. vv . iiarciay ;t rw
W . I. 1 liuiuua a 00
1'uter Null' .' o 00
John Suckborger :i CO
John II. Ohorly f. 00
Joseph 0. Smith fi 00
l'orry l'owors 'J 00
.lames Jioss 1 00
II. K. Illako 00
Hecrwort, Orth A; Co 6 ()a
William Ivltigu f, 00
C. Antlius 1 OU
Sol. Silver 1 00
Daul. Hartman f, 00
W. O. Caroy r, 00
Dr. W. AVood f, oo
John lj. Harman C, 00
C. K. liurd and D. llunl 15 00
11. K. Meigs r,o
William 11. (lilbcrt f, 00
Louis Herbert f, oO
K. .1 . Stoeklleth r. 00
Honrv Elliott a oo
J.O Hay worth, i Chicago) ':, 00
vv. ii. .uorris 5 00
l'hil Howard 6 00
J. .M. I'hillips 2 00
W. W. Thornton lu 00
k. 0. rhi 2 00
J. K. l'arks 6 00
S. D. Ay or 1 00
Thistlowood 1 00
l'otor Cuhl :i 00
C. It. Woodward 6 00
J. K. Itennie 2 00
Krank .M. Hundloy 1! 00
Samuel "Wnltors 2 00
M. .1. Howley 1 00
II. K l'arker i 00
Tiioms A: llrothor !1 00
Chris llannv 2 00
O. V. Lyon 2 00
Henry Latnur r 00
Tuber Brothers 2 CO
A. II. Irvin S 00
1. II l'opo
K. Ivorsnioyer
Loo. Kleb
Prank Ivlion
0. Fuuchtor &. Co
M. .1. KcOauley..
J. Ilurgor
Samuel AVilson...
S. S. Taylor
3 00
1! 00
1 00
1 00
fi 00
'J 00
1 00
G 00
5 00
1). L. Davis 6
Ho men Warduur f
00
00
John Ontus 2 00
Andrew Lohr 10 00
.1. 1'. Gamble Ii 00
It. F. Kields 10 00
Keud and Mann b 00
Dr. J. J. Gordon (1 OD
James lliggs f, 00
Dr. W. K. Smith 5 00
John Hoes '1 f,o
Isaac AValdor f, 00
W. b. hdson 6 00
1'. L. Williams '1 f.0
11. Levy.
Id
Samuel Orr
David J. ltaker
Wnrron Brothers
1'orrv l'owers
C. Winston
00
00
00
00
00
Tolal SU1
61
Amounts eipcndud by committeu :
Charli- Thrupp, labor J 33
Charles Thrupp, professional ser-
, Vices Ill CO
Kichard .Mason, grailing i',01 IK)
11 Ii. IJuvlii. or nt ui; r. r.i
.lordon, romoviiig elm treu 10 00
ihiiius nuiiimurwuli, romoving
stumps jo 00
Total
Sun ploaao copy.
.Kll 4'J
MUST HE I'AIl).
Accounts duu to Mathus A Uhl muit U
paid on or boforo tho 16th lust., or tUy
will bu placed In tho hands of nn olllcer
for collection Wo mnan this.
8-3-lw Matiics t Uhl.
rjOM DKN Villi.
WHAT Mil. .1011 N A. 1'OOHU
II AS TO SAY A HOU'l' IT.
ORE EN CITY LOTS AT TWENTY.
FIVE CENTS EACH.
Tho following lollor from Mr. John A.
I'ooro tolls It own story s
Dknveii, Colorado, August II, 187.1.
Km end Comings Yours bearing
dnto of July lo, camo to mo In duo time,
nnd found me ns wall as usual. I havo
not beon blessed with that complaint
hlch n good many complain of that Is
in growing In flesh. Tho day following
my arrival in this city 1 wolghed ono hun
dred nnd fifty-throo pounds. Yesterday,
after being boro llvo wcoks, I stepped
onto tho snmo scales and weighed ono hun
drod nnd fifty-throo pounds and n half.
In fact, 1 cannot say that I havo foil nny
bettor, or ovon so woll, ns 1 did In Cairo.
huvo now n bad cold, nnd liko n good
many others, havo had over since 1 camo
horo. That letter of mine which you had
publishod in tho Cairo papers
found its way back to Donvor,
nnd tho way the 'Tlmos' and
'News' catnn down on mo is a cnulion.
Thoy just gavo 1110 "fits" becauso I said
anything ngainsl tho place. Itut Just wait
until gets back to Cairo. He will
givo tho papors somo Items that will mako
tho Denver pipora howl. Hut so long ns
ho remains hero ho must keep mum.
11. C. has sold most of his stock nt a
great sacrifice. I think ho will loso llvo
or six hundred dollars in this transaction.
Ho says ho never saw so many merchants
iloing business without money of thoir
own. It nil borrowed capital, and that
at high rates of interest, ranging from ono
nnd a half to three per cent, per month
You know this sort of thing can't last
long. Thero was ono failuro her last
wook. Tho assotts woro JL'5,000 nnd tho
liabilities 125,000. It Is said thora nro
number of others about tn go the eamj
way.
There was about ono thousand lots sold
In Oreon City Inst week for tho sum of
twonty-llvo cents per lot. How is thai for
liiuli John A. 1'ooke.
NOTICE.
All persons aru cautioned from purchai
ing or nttempting to uso n curtain receipt
or chuck for $500, dated August f., 187.1,
on tho Kirst National bank of Cairo
Said chuck was givon to tho undorslgned
by Oracle J. Winsor, its a part payment
of real ustato sold to hor, nnd was lost
I'nymont tuts boen stopped, and tho check-
Is moles to tho prosont holder or tho per
son who found It. John Q. Hakman.
Caiko, Ills., August It
NOTICE.
AoT's.Oi rirK O. ii V. K K.,
0. 1 no, Ills., July 20, 1873.
Kor tho accommodation of tho citizens
of Cairo, tho Mound City accommodation
train will on and after Monday, July lis
stop ns follows: At lourteontli street
Twentieth street, Twonly-llfth Hreot,
Thirty-fourth Btreet, und llio oro?iui(' of
tho Illinois Cuntral railroad. No ono
will bo permitted on tho train without a
ticket. Earo botwonn Snvnnth strcot sta
tion and Illinois Central railroad crossing
nnd intermediate points, llvo conU.
Tickota good for twenty faros ran bo pur
chased at tho ticket olllce, corner nf 3ov
onth strcot, for ono dollar, l'assongors
will not bo permitted lo got oil' or on tho
train nt nny points othor than tho above,
Ciias.O. Wood,
(len'l. l'assongor nnd Ticket Agt.
7-li7if.
KOK SALE OK KENT.
Lot numbered 0, in block numbered I,
fronting on Ohio lovoo, with business and
dwulllng, now kitchen, otc, nil complete.
Alto for salo or rent, tho household nud
kitchen furnituro, bar nnd bar fixtures, in
first-class condition. Tho bar nnd house
is kept by Mrs. Enlkonstoln, ic Hahn,
nnd has it L'ood run of custom. This is a
fino opportunity for nny person who
wishos to invest in good property or en
gage in n lucrative business already estab
lished. Kor furthor information apply on
tho promises. 8-G-iit
A NEW K1KST-CLASS ItAKHEll-
SHOl.
McIIcnry Koo & Co., of Now Orloans,
havo come lo this city lo stay, and have
fitted up a first class barbor-shop on Com
mercial avonuo In tho room next to linn
non's book storo, lately occupied by Stu
art & Gholson as a dry goods storo. Thu
workmen nro nil first-class and are pro
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, otc, In
tho vory latost stylus. All thoy ask Is a
trial. Thuy rcspoctfully solicit a sharo of
public patronage. McIIe.nky Kok & Co,
(-10-11
M H.MAX UOLLKU,
COMl'KTENT PIANO TUN Ell
AND UEl'AIKElt,
Has located in tho city. Contracts made
for tuning pianos by thu yoar or other
wise, to suit tho owner. Orders lolt at tho
jowolry storo of E. &i W. Iludor will ro-
cuivo prompt attention. 7-29-1 m.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A raro chanco Is o He rod to somo man
with nionoy to invest in good paying
property in tho most dusirablo part of tho
city. Two lots, 60 feet front on tho avo
nuo, houso 3 stories. Two largo stores
can bo lilted up on tho first lloor, tho up
por stories aro woll arranged for ollicos or
dwellings. Kor furthor particulars en
quire, ot John (J. llAUMAN A; Co.,
(i-l-tf Heal Kstatu Agents, Cairo, Ills
"head THIS."
On and after August 1, 1 Intond to do n
ktrictly cash business, except with thoso of
my cu.tomeie whosottlo promptly on tho
first of ovory month. All old accounts
and notui In my hands which nro not
settled nry soon, 1 shall advertlsa and sell
nt public vendue. D. Ahtkk.
Caiiw, July 20, im. 7-'J7-lm
KOK SALE.
A good span of uiulos, wagon nnd bar-
nun. Also tun acros of corn. Enquirer of
Geo. Lattnkii,
Corner Kourtoonlli stroutand Washington
avenue, at Hlanketiburg'a saloon
h-0.'2w
LOST,
Uelwoon tho St. Charles hotel and tho
stoamboat landing, pair of eU rimmed
spoctaolos. Tbo finder will ho suitably
rowardod by loavlng tho samo at tho oltico
of tbn Hi. Charles lintel. Cairo. 1 u-"'.
o 1 ,11
KOH UhNT. I
A fino, now cottauo. rnniploto In all H
rcspocts, situated on Kifleenth street op
posite tho post-olllen. I'.ir nartlculars en
quire of Whlto A: Co, corner Twontlcth
-iruevanu Washington avenuo. :
KOU KENT." "
Tho Delta Social club room, suitable
for ollices, first Hoor, south sido of Tiir
IIuu.kti.v building. Knmilr.) at this of
llco. ' .s.rt.ilt
KOU SALE OK KENT.
Harbor shop In complete running order,
good stand nnd a good run of custom
Lnqulro nt Tiik llui.M'i in OrvicK.
S.I.St
I'OK KENT?
Elvo largo rooms, stlltabln fur iilllen or
slooplng rooms. Knnulro of Elliott A:
Haythorno. R.:!.f,t
INNVUANCr.
W. II. W
II. II. I iifW'
No. Pub. and II.M. Horn
Notarjl'urillo.
F1KK, HULL, OAKOO, LIVESTOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
IWatTE A17CB.
iKTNA, 11AUTKOHU,
Ami-Is ff,U,V)i
.NOUTll AMKHICA, l'A
Arect 52,7S3,li (
IIAI1TKOUI), CONN.,
A-et - 2,M 4,110 n
fUUSMX, IIAKTK01UI,
- M..tl,7SI,HS V
INTKHNATIONAI,, N. Y.,
Sl.m.lM
Aksftl.,
Atfl't..
I'UTNAM,I1AKTK0KI,
"''' I7(f),a
OLKVKI.AND, OI.KVKl.AMl,
! m SSU,e7S Si
IIOIIK.COI.O.MUUS,
AtB JM6.27 I
AMi:KICAN CKNTKAI., MO.,
'li tu),mt
CONNKCTICCT MUTUAL. I.IKE,
Asot li,i,onai
lltAVKI.KIW, IIAItTKOltl), I.IKK AND
ACCIIlKNT,
KfM II.VMISH 0
KAII.WAT I'AHSKNOF.IW AWBUHANCK
CO., HAM FORI),
A-"! .". ..".. I iro.oofl M
IKDEl-ENDKNT, 1IOSTON,
A"t tew.su 00
y AFFORD, MOH1US k UANDKM,
71 IIilo I.nvrr.
TKUTONIA L I F K INSUHA SUE
coivropjvx-T'y-.
OF CHICAGO. ILLINOIS.
OicNT'i..OKi'ii!it, 172 WAKitiNoniN Ht. i
AOTIVA, $650,000.
Thf- German l.llo In-urniiru Compiny
guarantee- not only l'aid-lip 1'oliele- hut
al-oaValue lu Ca-fi on the Nou-luileituru
plan
JOHN A. HUOK, -U.
ICNOItELSDOHF, -
- - l'tetid'int
- - Hocrotary
JOHN W. I'KHKSS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
J5ISMAHK II UND.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
and Sick Jtellcf liv weeklv dues uml iniiiuil
co-operation In object ol public benefit.
The Idle In-uraiico l'olleie- will bu lMied
by the Teutonl.i I.lfu Insurance Company.
II. MEYEK3, 1'rosldont.
JOHN AV. l'EUESS, Ao't.
for CnlrnaiKl Vicinity
EIRE AND MARINE
i nsr s tj je?j j ut o e
coni'AKir.s.
NIAOAHA, N. Y.,
AxdOIh fl,3e,210
OEHMANIA, N. Y.,
Asset 1,(164,711 7b
II ANO Villi, N. Y.,
AeseU nt t2 V'
llKl'UllLIC, N. Y.,
Assets 7HJ2I 00
CooiprlsinK the Unilnrwritn' Aaency,
YONKKRH, N. T.,
Assets 878 111
AL1IANY CITY,
.4U,lli
fikemkn'h ruNi, t. r.,
Assot..
SKCUHITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Assots nt l,tn,at
HtorcM, PwelllDKS, Furniture, Hulls and Car
Ron, insurinl ut ratea aa lavoruule aa iouuu, ptr
ininrnt eacurltr will wnrranU
1 reniveetruiiT a-a or tne cuiiodhoi La-
share of their patronage.
V. N. IirUIIICN,
DEXT IB IR, ,
STODDARD COUNTY, MO.,
On the lliioot the' '
('. A. AND T. HAILllOAD.
Opi ning .Salt' ol
Town Lots at Auction.
This: new town I- situated upon mi ele
vated and beautitul section of laud, grunted
to the railtoad eompanv by thu United
State-.
It 1- six miles south ol llloomlicld, thu
present county seat, at tho point where tho
old traveled road leading to Dunklin county
cro.tsthe Cairo, Arkaiisa-i ami Texa- rail
road. It nil mile west ot Cairo, nnd 'il miles
east u I'npliirllhlir. It promises lo be thu
lliie.t toiwi in Southeast .Mls-oiirl.
'uig to thu demand for lots, wo have
di'eej to oiler "00 at public auction oil
NTONKSDA V, AUGUST 111, IST.'t.
Hund Tor warranty deeds will bo given.
Terms of ualo: Twenty ilullatH on biding
oil each lot; one-third January 1, 1871, ami
mhuio lu 0110 and Iwo yeaia, with 7 per
"lit. interest. , ,
Mieclal free excursion train Irnm Cairo,
lopping at all stations during the duy ol
.tie. leaving Cairo ut II o'clock, a.m., and
returning alter the sale.
TIIOMISAIXBN.
I'lisldent C. A. and T. Kallroad comp''
6-0 did
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
CAIRO,
. ' 1 fl'.O-'fJi.' "
The Saint Clnilo I well and widely known as the leading and
LARGEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And lu all the appointment of a first-class house, hai no cnmpetlor In Cairo, and no Mipe
Hor In tho state oilt-ide of Chicago.
Thu Saint Charic is built lu the mot solid and suhManlhil manner of brick .mil Iron, Is
fourstorlea In height, evelu-lvc of b.iemeiit and attle, ha-a iroiitagc ol 110 feet on the
Ohio river, l'J.'i leet on Second street and n wing lor culinary purpo-e ; Mil thorough rt-iialr
I and will ( omlortablv aeeoniuiodatu lioo uests. Is now doing a line lis Ing bu-lne, which
1 will b lirgely llicna-ed during the preset year by the new rallroadi now being built Into
! Cairo, and wim-c depot- will be In eloe proximity to thu hoti-e.
I l'artie wi-lilm; to eiii2.iK in tiiu i.oiri t.tuinr-- have now uu excellent opportunity to
tiurelian the untlro nroncrlv. r oiie-thlrii
eluding lurnlttire and good will, on very rea-nmiblo term, at low figure, ami easy payment-.
Addrc-s:
JEWETT -WILCOX,
Or G. W. rOCIIKAN,
41 l'erilldoStretl, New Orlcnn-
THE VIEMA
J. BURGER,
Of Cairo, In the lead, and In order to make room lor hi- immcn-c sloek ol 111 rodt,
nowoller- hi- entile stock ul
SUMMER GOODS AT COST
1 1 1 4 stock coutl't In part of
0 H KNADI iVl?.Sf LA W.WS,
aMAHSAILLKS, LhNHNS,
OlGANDIES, I'ICQUES,
Sl'lTINCiS, ETC., ETC
He will al-o sell all other food in proportion a:
QBEATX.aA EEEXTCED PRICES:
ipTTHc re-peefully sob. -it .111 examination ol hi- -toek, reeling a-tired that none belter
e.'UI lie found ill the it
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
AT COST.
OX ANJ)
I will sell my entire stork of
Goods and Carpets
, AT ACTUAL COST
Dry
As I run determined to closo out my present business as soon apoislbl.
N. 15 TO AVOID ALL MISTAKF.S II KHl'AFTHH, Til IS STOCK
WILL III) SOLI) STHICTLY KOU CASH.
July fi, 187.1.
DISINFECTANTS :
COPPERAS
CAIU30LA T E 0 F
P E R M A N O A
CARBOLIC ACID
CHLORIDE OF LIME
FOE S-A-IjIEJ at low prices
AT
BABOLAT BROTHERS,
DRUGGISTS,
UOKNKK WASHINGTON AVKNUK AND UIUHTH STUHI5T.
ANIl
3STO. 7-1- OHIO XjILV E-H
o-tf
NEW YOHK STOUK,
WHOLKSALU AND HliTAIL.
LABQMT VAMIKTT STOCK IN TIIK Oil r
GOODS SOLD VEUY OLOSK.
Corner nr .lliii.ieeiHii utrvvt nu(t Coin
iiierelnl Avouu.
OAIEO, ILLINOIS.
U. O. 1'ATIKK
ILLINOIS.
Interest with m.MiuL'Hiiieiit of thu lniliie-. In-
Caro of Ticknor A; Co., ST. LOT IS,
ESPOSITIOIT.
Al-TEI!
it. II. CUNNINGHAM.
i HOMO C II L O 11 A Ii U M
L I M E
N A T E OF P 0 T A S II,
POWDER
POWDERED CHARCOAL
UHO('i:itlEN.
II
A. Thorns L. D. Thorns
TIIOMS & KKOTIIEH,
Silceesnsrs to II. M.Huleu,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
ANIl IiKAMHtfl IN
Nlnpln und 1'nney (irocrrlaa,
Foreign und Domestic
minors A3srr istuts
134 Commercial Avcnuo,
CAIRO, - - ILLINOIS.

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