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CAIRO DAILY 1SULLKT1JN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1873
Its IWr plT rUrlr rorl
the larl ! ',,hr' P'"""
Ulr nrhf Plnl rrt.
roMloatlnn Iletfa HtUa
ItesMl'nc mtltrroa every ;
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R
100 Miles' lh MssrlJ llontc
Ugalj tbo hntrlut RonU
NO CUANOK OF CARS
rK0M CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONB OUANGE OF OAKS
OM CAIRO TO
OiaelnnaU, i-llanepolls, Toledo,
n-.u S um Pills
BaSaJo. Pittsburg, Washlnaton.
Hilttmore, Philadelphia, New York.
Boston and all points Mat.
MTItraakU, Jinestllle, Mill.'ii.
LaCroi, Ht. riulandill points nortb.
1 tbii li alt Ihe only direct r'Me to
(Decatur, nioomlngtOB, eipringeM,
Ireorl, Oalnct. 1kV.k.
1 Burlinftoa. Hock lsnd, 1 8U.
I Neodoia, lntos, Freeport,
ualra, Dubuqce, Mont City,
I Omah and all point northwest.
I Klennt Drawlne Room Sleenlni Cn"
On all Night Trains.
"ME Check! wall Important polnli.
fot tieaaia and Information, apply to It C. K.H
dapot it Uroi on board tne tran.il ilmtmr l
Iwmu Oolombu and Cairo, and at tnr prlncipt
railroad ticket office throughout the louth.
W. P. JOHNSON. OVn'l fais. An't, Chreaio.
A. HitCBtit, Oen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOIINSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OK TIME,
l'asscnger trains on tlio Illinois Central
('.binge time to-day. From aud alter 'i-AO
p. in. to-day train will mn as follows :
I Mall, except rfunday ... .iJ:Ifi a.'w.
l .t... ,all- IU.', II "Til.
Kipies. .. iM p.m.,
Wall, dull)' except Sunday ..11:55 p.m.
RAILROAD TIME TAULK.
' CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS R. R.
r On and after Tueday,July 10. 1873, trains
I Will run dally, except Sunday, between
' llreenneld't landlnir and Iron Mdlmr.
Missouri, as follows :
Leave Greenfield's at ...
Arrive at Greenflcld'a at
Arrive at Iron Siding at. .
Leave Iron hiding at
THE CAIRO AND YINOKNNKS
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Niajfru ',(
Hutfalo. i'Jlt.tiurp, U'anbiugloii,
Maltlmore, I'blltdelpulo, New Vork.
boston aud all Eanteru l'nluU,
CHANOE OK TIME.
tin and alter Tuecday, July I, IsT.'l, tr.ilin
will run av follows:
'loluff north leaven Calroat
Uolng south arrive at Cairo at. .
.ue Cairo at. ...11:35 a.m. and C:0) p.m.
lArrlve al Cairo al..8.0u u.iu. ami t-r. n m.
i, iiintxLiionn warn umui iin.pn n ill-
, i.uu.d a. iJ i.i.i.. luuniiiK mi I'd IZUIIIIUL-
lion at 12;.'W p.m., with the IndlanapollH and
Incennet railroad fur Indianapolis, the
(treat raJ.'road centre, from wbloii ;li(
tralna are departing ut all hours, fur all
i.ointh in tbu United States and Cauaila. At
ii j'J:6S p.m. with the Evativlll and Craw-
' l "CWllle railroad, for Terra Haute. India-
uapouK, Chicago, 1'anvillo and nil points
north, via tho Terra Haute, Kvausvillu and
Cbicngo railroad, and cat via tho Vandalla
line, and Indianapolis And St. l.ouN railroad.
At 1:55 p tu Willi the Ohio and M I - -1 I j J
railroad, for Cincinnati, l.ouNvillc, ami nil
noinU cast, via Cincinnati.
t rasHcngem going by thin route are placed
n inni.nTin .. n rinnnii I .iiiiihviih1. .rw
York, lloitou. riilladeltihi.i, Kalllmore,
Wathlngton, anil all ea.tern ointi, twelve
hours in auancu oi any otiierrouie.
Exnres train makes connection at Eldo-
rado with St. Ixiul and Southea.tein rail
.way, tor St. ImuI-, Mt. Vernon (Illinois),
.Hbawncetown, aud all poluis between Kldo
' rutin anil t. l.ntiU.
i At .Norrlii C.ty makes cluc connection
for pringoeld, Jtoek Island, and all points
on Springtlcldand Illinois Jioulieaptern rail-
ay aim euu ei-.iiuu..
.t I'jtrnii wiiti m. i.nni-. i:vnnvi ii. lien.
Ulerson and Naslnllle railway line, lor Mt.
. ernon (lad ai:a). hvuntlll. Henderson
'(Kentucky;, Ns?hlllle . I'lTineHe), and all
points on eu 1.,, b'., II. ami -N. railway and
llairgage checked to all Important points.
t3T rot tickets and Information apply at
tbe ticket oltlce, corner Seventh street and
Commercial au-nus, Cairo, Illinois.
J No. Ltc, oup't. Chas. U. Wood,
Gen. 1'ast'r and Ticket Ag't
li. t . uun.N'siUE, Agent, Cairo.
M)CAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. S. bio. r-r.ii., uhskkvkh'h Office, )
CalKO, AUi'Ust'.l, isTJl. to-.ll p.m. )
Thenaomcter tl degrees.
wtnu, cairn, velocity " mile per
i Seathcr, cloudy.
t Maximum temperature last 24 hours. HI
Jiinimmn temperature, lu.f Ut hourt, 7.1
I'revat. .i...i . ..
Total number nf traveled dnrlnirlast
n U'jurs ,,
Best Scotch ole, stout porter, and eielt
vear oia oouruuo uiiv io no loutui nniv
at the Crystal saloon, comer of Sixth street
. . . . .,
and Commercial aveone.
Steaoala A Lane,
6.25 ltn Proprietors
Hackb for the.Calro, Arkansas and Text
ir.illrr.sH k(r(lnr' from 1 Iiite .V- (ireer's
iitore, corner ot Sixth street iU Ohio levee,
'run at follows:
. . . . D -
Leave ai, . ,. ., o a.m.
' 4 p.m.
Airtyeluclty at ., 10 a.m.
' j " 5p.m,
ilHtf John Mkyehh, Agent.
ttetrular boarders at the European bbU),
itarrv waixer Dronnetor. receuo hoani at
he rat of IV) per month. felu.tr
Kine white; tingle and douhle X amber
tingle and double X Canary, best quality of
uaidll, time letter, etc., etc. o0,XK) for
tie, prlnuid at i U to 0 60 per tbou.ttid,
it the Hulletin orncis.
On and after August 1, I Intend to do a
I . A 1 ...V Viiiilni.ii nntti aatltVi tl.. . .
uy customed t who settle promptly on tbe
. m ! .1 .11 .11
nt or avorv monvu. a ii o n nccounis
.... Im wrt .. 1,1,11. uiViInl, a. a n.l
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SeVlaO, Jy2e. 1872
7 27 Im
LOCAL SHORT STOP.".
-Green wood fifty cents a'
loud Ht tho
ine- uf ihr.
ids oi tne I
A regular monthly meoting
rlty council will be held at t lie council
chamber nti Tuesday evonlng.
Halley's stock of fruit cam in the
largett in thn market, And he hat loads of
can wax. ?-:; I tn.
-Mr. L. W Stlllwoll of IhU city will
leave, for Washington city, and a tour
through the Eastern states onl'ueiday.
Hnlley will offer extra Inducomenti
fur the next HO days, so as to make room
for hit largo order of heating strive.
Morgan, Iho popular I lllnoii Central
railroad conductor, with hli family, hu
Uoiioon a trip to Colorado, lie will re
turn toon and resume his portion on the
D. Artor has the largest and molt
complole stock of barnosi, saddles, bridlei
and strap goods In the city which ho says
ho will sell at bottom prices for rash and
cash only. 8-10-lin
Mr. T. O'Callaban's new brick buti
oe houie, at the corner of Fourteenth
and Lovee streets, is "going up' at a rapid
rate. When completed ll will bo a Kood
ouuaing, anu a suusianuui improvement
to that portion of the city
Just received and for sale fifty bar
rels pure oldor vinegar, at -Mathus A
Pol's, 0 Ohio levoe. ;!! w
Rev Fred. L. Thommn and family
iook me Illinois central train tor Cobdon
yoslerday afternoon, where .Mr. Thomas
will conduct fjuarterly meeting for Rev
W. J. Grant. They will return on Mon
I)r V. R .Smith has removed his of-
flee to the socond story of Louis Herbert's I
new brick building on Eighth street, be- 1
tween V asmnglou and Commercial ave-
nuos, where hu has more comfortable and
commodious quartets. 8-10-tf
Tho Egyptian baso ball club of this
city, has challenged the Riverildo club
of Mound City, to play a match gamo for
the championship of Southern Illinois,
the game to be played in this city within
a fow days. The Cairo boys are confident
that, as now organized, tbey can beat the
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street ttud Commercial ave
hum, otl'eri for tale Guinness' Porter &
liuss' ales and pure Hennessy brandy,
and tho genuine Asgoiture bitten, all
first-class cholura euros Try tbom
Mr. J. W, Coon an old time CalrolU
and one of the best billiard player In the
country, it In th city. Mr Coon has
been travelling for tbu celebrated Itruns
wick billiard table manufacturers of Chi
:ago, and Is wull-known among billiard,
is ts throughout tho country.
Tho annual meeting of tho German
School Society will bo held at Rross' of-
llce. neU Mondav
- n i - - n - - .
All member are requestod to bo on hand
promptly at b o'clock, at tlm .UUon ..f
omccrs tor me enuinc scnool
Go to Halley's for good stoves and
good bargalii, Id Wnshlngton avenue
C. Hauuy wijhes the public to ba in-
termed that ho hat on hand a ttock of
dry goods nud carpet as extensive as any
In tbe .Southwest, and that bo Is determ
ined to sell uvory thine at prices lower
than tho lowest. Call on blm to-day and
examine goods and prices. He will satisfy
you both as to quality ami cost.
Mr Joseph Lehnio, an old citizen of
Cairo, died suddenly at his resldunce en
Fourth street in this city, on Saturday
morning He diod of heart dlsoaso aud
was sick but a lew hours He was a timiii-
berof thu Rough and Ready Flro company,
which toirother with all the other com-
panics of tho city will attend his funeral
at two o'clock to-dav .See notice "iu
Dr. Lavnrty, homoeopatbist phjsl-
cian, late of rihawnootown, has locatod In
this city iitid intends making it hit homo
1 hu doctor comes to Cairo well rocom
Blto won iui-u.ii.
mended, and icfera to tho olllcort of tho
First National bank of Shawncetown, to
whom he is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for year. Ho '
solicits a fair share of tho patronage of
our citizen. 7-'J0-tf
llalley hat a lot of wood pumps and
tubing which hn offers extra low; call and
see them, PIS Washington avontie.
Tbe barber shop it on the turner of
Eighth ttreet aud Commercial avenue
where J. George Steluboute witb hit gen
tlemanly nsiittauts can lie found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham-
po It is a flrst'Clast shop, and you are
sure of receivinc first-class treatment.
Ladles and children's hair cut or curled
s'ter the most approved stjle. a-10-tf
A prollmlnnry hearing in tbe case of
Daizy Hreezo was held at the court
house yesterday, commencing at
eleven o'clock. Tbo examination
took pltce before Judgo llrost aud
Juitiie of tbe Peace L. Jorgenten. Five
or six witnesses were examined. The evi
dence elicited Is alt clrcumstanclal, but of
a character so strong as to convince
all who heard It that Don
Drenzo met bis death at th haodi ol hit
own brother. J be prisoner was com
mitted without bail to answer at tho he it
term nf the circuit court
We call the attention of the public to
the card of Messrs. Wm. ll. Walker A
Co. of Mobile, Alabama, which appears in
Ibis issue of our paper They are doing a
goh'iral commission business for the sale
of al kinds of produce, and aro desirous of
obtailing shipments of vegetables, fruits,
KKi t''. from this section. Tomatoes,
onions, potatoes, etc, are meeting with
rotdy sal in their market. Shipper! of
provisions and grains would do well to
consult thit Arm before shipping else
where. Tbey are perfectly reliablo and
prompt business men. Thy refer to
Tboi. 1 Miller A'Co., banker. Mobile,
d e Pit.V, Calru, Illinois
THANKS FOR A PRESENT
With wbal'ii. we trust, nardooable rul
liclty under the circumstance.. w talo
... t. ni i r.i i
pleasure in ava l he ourtnlves of the rol-.
... .. if... a i . u.
niiitis ol Tut Bci.d tin to tender to Mr
I, r . . ., ... l I, t . I
Roberts, of the firm of Ward A Robert, .
,, ... ... , . , r,,i
"I lun VIIT, lllir IIIJUITV niiu likiviui
thanks for a valuable and btirhlv valued !
an oil portrait of the'editor of !
Tltx lll LLtTl.N The Umliit.n
which prompted the gift
appreciated by u, add
the mere format expression
thanks is no adequate, return, wu are i;lid
tn take the opportunity to pay our small
! tribute to tho murll.of.Mr Robert as an i
artist and a gontlouian.
Mr. Roburts painted the portrait
almost niillralv fmm life, and ih
succesi which he achieved in the
faithful likeness to tho
original, la a remit of which he may just
ly be proud, and whi:b, a source of pros
out pleasure to ourselves, will onduro to
give like pleasure to those who tniy come
after us, long after tho hand of the painter
I and that which Indites these words, havo
crumbled into duit. The like
ness to the original I
admirable, the coloring harmonious and
truc t0 Uf,, tne light and shade well die-
po.j, ari(i vv, p,non natural and easy.
We believe that, irrespective of its excel-
lenceasa likeness, the portrait will stand
1 on its own merit as a work ol art, the
painter happily having secured that inde
i thmblc iiuthini;, that inestimable some-
xltl wb!jh vonatitutf th life
and soul of a picture, and .tamp it with
th seal of superior merit. We recognize 1
the inability of words to express the deep
I sense of obligation wo are under tu Mr. j
Roberts, but buna that this feeble oxorvs-1
,iou of our thank may convey to him an
impression, though inadequate, of the
deep obligation wo owe to blm for his
kindness. An artist who has much of the
genius which hat made thu masters of the
brush distinguished among the duvoteet
of art, he is a gentleman whose friendship
It valuable and whoso good opinion it a
A CARD FROM PARKS.
TU K LATE TROUBLE AT HIS
i'LAOK AND WHAT 11 K
KNOWS A ROUT IT.
I (,'aIko, Augu't6, le?:t.
UinoK IIui.lbtiw I think it no more
than justice that I should have the use of
your columns to defend myself Of late,
for some reason unknown to km, i have
from time to time, been the subject of a
fearful -'blast in Tiu Itn.l.xn.s. Now,
if 1 really deserve this treatment, or if 1
do keep a bad and disordorly house, I am
willing to cloje up my business at any
time tho mayor may become convinced
that such is the case. I don't want to cite
thit lust trouble at a criterion to Judge y,
as 1 think I was no mora to blamu than
lltu nllii.. M.tv. ...1 tn r..l lli.n I n an.
1 1 ! . ! I . .. .. . T
1 u'r iiuiuar case, in ine nrst place, it
should bo remembered that I koep what is
I called a "break-dap hou.o," where, alter .
I " other places are elosod, those who are
shut out elsewhere, come to my house for
Tho man with whom I had this ditlicul
ty I don't know his name came
up the river on ono of the boats
that arrivod here about throe o'clock on
Thursdayjuoruing. lie camo to my house
and saiJ bo wanted to "rope in suckers,"
and was willing to pay what was right.
This my bar-keeper told mo when I came
down in the morning. After I went on
watch myself he was uot in the house, nor
did I know him until after the trouble,
when .Shupperil, th har-kceper, suld,
"That's my gambler. What I know it
thit That bn struck mo llrst; that he
drew a dirk knife to cut mo with ; 1 know
a man that went to an ollicer to have him
arrested for carrying concealed weapons ;
I know an ollicer who climbed upon a car
to see him and his partner fight ; I know
that Judge llrots saw Ut to nnn him.
Nothing of thin wut mentioned. What 1
want to know it, who tends thit class of
Litti k Kenti'ckiav
OH ANP HASKKTPir.NMC.
KXCCRSION AND PYR TECHNIC
FRIDAY, AUGCST 15, 187.1.
Tbe undersigned muuagtrs beg leave to j
inform tbu citi.ontnf Cairo that on thai
lMh of August they Intend giving a pi,
mc excursion, on tbe
M'KAMEH 1. I. XI.KKH1,
Cp theTenne-ieo river to Norton litis tl t,
A moonlight excursion in the evening, to
gether with a grand pyrotcchnical exhibi
tiod on the river, ilotb tbe Cairo Silver
Cornel band, and Prof. Corbolt'4 string
band, aro engaged lor the occastiou, Am
ple arrangemente made for refreshment
on tbe boat, and wu pledge ourselves ev
erything thatcan be done shall be duue for
tbu accommodation ut tbe excursiouists,
lloat leaves promptly at 7 a m, Fare,
gents tl 60, ladles 10 cents, children '.'5
cents, For further particulars too small
N L Wlckwire, Marsh Warrtn, Phil
Howard, Jus A l'hillis.
Jack Winter, B F Blake, W 11 Sthutter,
I'eter Maiip, Henry Goumau, .1 'I' n.
FOR SALE OR RF.NT.
Lot numbered a, lu block numbered t,
fronting on Ohio levee, wub business and
dwelling, new kitchen, etc , all complete.
Alio tor tale or rent, the huutubuld and
kitchen furniture, bar and bar tlituret, in
flrst-cltu condition. Tho bar ami bouse
it kept by Mrs. Falkenstelu, ntt Htbn
and has a cood run or custom. This is a
tine opportunity for any person Mho
wilhes to invest In good property or en
gag in a lucrative business already ettab
liihfd. For further information apply on
I the prftnuei fs.r,..t
, if fiiro Police Magistrate Ilroas
juugc iirot po ce court ws nui utcr-
, , 1 . , ., i
lxed with bus neis yeeterday. t Inly throe
' . . '.
""l" TICIO iriUd, OUO Ul II IV II I.KI.IIB1III
, ' ... .,,.
r illli ward driln meu. In ordor to run a
J',r.v 11 ' foventry to bav. cows, Imt.be.
ftttliai II t. ...... I l.ua. ...i. a (I .1.....
CMJ,') ll U "e.'er.v to have cons it doe,
to the annoyance of an entlro neigh
borhood. At least the city fathers were
of the opinion that cows should not wear
bells end patsxd an ordinance to that ef
fect' A tine ol llvn dollars and cost, was
eed gltnt the K.fthwardor. The
line and costs amounted to something
vr " dollars. Notice of an appeal
l " 'fU'l i-ourt wae glveu.
N illiam rnoe came to
town, and bolioviug that
as the weather It so very hot, a little good
old rye would not be bad for the Inner
man, he took one, two, three, half
dozen drinks, and got drunk. Ha was
"taktn in by tbe police, and Judge Dross
fined blm two and the costs, lie could
not pay, and In de-fault went to jail for
three ds s
Th is. Wilson, a carpenter, tojk on a
bigger load than he nai alln to carry, and
naturally enough laid tow. tt was In this
condition that Olttcur I. a Hue found lilin.
Wilson paid two dollars and the "appen
dayei, and went bl. way rejoicing that it
wan no worse n Ith him.
Til K rurRCHK.S TO-PAY.
MKITIOIUS1 III Ki II
The Rev. C II Fsrr, of Moun t citv,
will preach at the Methodi't church
this morning and evening. He will
al-o take Mr. Thomson's Rible els.-' In th
Sunday school at 3 o'clock p.m.
I'tiUBcii or Tur iiciieemkk.
Tbore will be tervlcot at the Church of
the. Redeemer, Fourteenth street, between
Commercial avenue and Walnut street, at
the usual hours.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CUL'IICII.
Rev. C. Dourschner will preach at tbe
German Lutheran church morning and
evening. Sunday tchool at the regular
'The Clear Creek ilaplht Association
(uueti at Doligola to-day Messrs. J. H
Metcalf, J, W. Stewart and J P. Gamble
are the delegates from this city. They
left fur Dongola by the twelve uVJook
train last niglit.
HI UKRNIAN's7 ATTENTION
The members of the Hibernian Fire
company arn hereby uotitleJ to mriet at
their engine bouse thi afternoon, at 1
o'clock, in lull uniform, tu attend the fu
neral ol Jo I.ebiius, deceased, laU mem
ber of Rough and Ready Fire company.
Ky order of the company.
M J. Qowley, Secretary
You aro hereby no'.iSed to appear at
your engine house in full uniform at t J p
m., to-day, sharp, to attend tbe funeral of
eir.deceased brother, Joseph l.nliiuui.
tl Kv ricui'H, Secretary pro tem
Ashtou, Lucy I Contev, Ellen
Church, RucbaHl Ciark, Jane C
Church, R R English, Ann
Eoun, Lucy Flenord, Lucy
ueuuerton, nopnine Harris, Alarm
Herd, Mary R
Audrewt, O W
llytrs, W F
Caine, James A
Dorsey, W I!
Doury, J li
Ellis, J aeon
Harrison, G 11
Jones, 'I' ,1
Morhead, G I
I'owoll, John T
Starkt, Henry C
Tucker, Mr Col
Wei in s, Harris
itloomer, J F
Doury, J O
Dunn, G W
Egli, Robt, 7
Hill, E G, -i
1 Kenchalo, David
I Leech, Gpo
I MoLeary, Wut
; Marnel, Richard
i Murphy, John
. Neolv, Saml. '-'
. Paulf, W E
Ricbeton, T L
' Starman, PeUr
' Smith. J S
Tatreau, Joseph O
, Wilson. D S
Ar.r s.On-HK C. A- V. R It. i
Caino, Ills., July 20, ltiii, i
For the accommodation of thu citizens
of Cairo, the Mound City accommodation
train will on and after Monday, July '.'8.
stop as fullows At Fourteenth street
Twentieth street, Twenty-fifth street,
Thirty-fourth street, aud tbo crossing of
tbo Illinois Central railroad, No one
will be permitted on tho train without a
ticket. Fare between Seventh street sta
tion and Illinois Central railroad crossing
and intermediate points, five cents.
Tickets good for twtnty (ares can be pur
chased at the ticket otllce, corner of iev
entb street, for one dollar. Patieugert
will not bo pormlttod to got off or on tho
train at any point othor than tho above,
On ah, O. Woon,
(len I Passenger and Ticket Agt.
M It. .MAX HOLLKIl,
A COM I'ETENT 1MANO TUNER
Has located in the city. Contracts made
for tuning piano by the year or other
wise, to suit tho owner, Orders left at the
jewelry stoie of E. & W. Rudor will re
ceive prompt attention. 7-20.ini
MUST HE PA fb.
Accounts due to Mathus & Uhl must be
paid on or before tbe loth lost., or tbey
will be placed in lb band of n officer
for collection We mean this,
a- j. i w Mathc A Uhl
MoHetiry Roc Co., or New Orleans
hate cum to this .ity to stay, and !
tilled up a llrst class brber-shop on C ta- '
worclal avenue In tlie roo.n next to Han-1
J non a hook store, lately i,ciucd by Stti-
i art A- Oholsoti as a dry c itore. Tin.
workmen are nil flrsi-cla" ai,d are pro
pared to cut hair, shave Utniuu. otn., I"
the very latwst stylej. AH they ak it a
trial. They respectfully solitit sbaro of
pulillf patronage. Si l t- us Rk A Co,
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A raro chance Is offered to some man
with money to invest In good paying
properly iu tbe most desirable part of the
city. Two lots, 50 feet front on the ave.
nue, house .1 stories. Two large stores
can bo lilted up oh the llrst iloor, the up
per ttoriet are welt arranged for ot'ices or
dwellings, For further particulars en-,
quire of John L Haiiman & Co.,
l-t-tf Ral Estate Agent, Cairn. Ills
A good spun of mule, wagon and bar
tie. Also ten acres of corn. Enquirer of
Corner Fourteenth street and Washington
avenue, at lllankcnbur's saloon.
The Helta Social club rooms, suitable
for otllce. first floor, south side of Tul
Huiiitin building. Enquire at this of
FOR SALE OR RENT.
It.irber shop in complete running order,
good stand and a good run of custom
Enquire at The Rri.Lr.ri.v Or rice
1 1 K H.MAN SCH MKTZSTOKF F,
(Sticceaior to H.Thlclecke )
limit r lu All Kind
FAMILY GROCKR1 KS
neiw-EKN tenth and h.ivk.itii arKLKia
llm ing purchased thn grocery establish
ment of II. Tlllelecke, I shall a'lwaja Keep
on hand a full and fre-h supply ol all tbe hesf
s'oods lu my line, to he found' In tbe market
Ily strict attention to business, and fair deal
lng, I hope not only to retain all tbe custom
tbe place bat e!iJo)cd In the past, but to add
to tbe list many new patrons Asking a
fair share of public patronage,
Re'pecllllliy, HtltMlN sCIIMt I STOHII .
WM. H. WALKKK A CO.,
il.utc Walker A Ham..
(i KX K It A I. TOM M 1SS10N MKIH'II NTS
Dili -O.l. Ill
Col STHV, WkarEltN AND NohlllKUN
Nii. 41 and 17 North Walcrlrccl.
'pcciul attculiou vlvrn
.TODDARD COUNTY. MO.
On the line ol the
- A. NI) T. RAILItOA l.
Opening sale ill
Town Lots at Auction.
i lii- new town i. situated upon an ele
vated and lieaullliil section of Innd.L'r-tuled
to the railroad company by the Cnlted
It is K miles south of Blooiiilield. the
present counlv seat, al the noint where lhe
old traveled road leading to Dunklin count v
cros.esthe Cairo, Aikan-as and Texa lalf-
It Is 44 miles west ot Cairo, and i."! miles
eastol I'oplarltluU. It proime to he the,
unesi utvsn in soutiiea-l Jllstouri.
Owing to the demand for lots, we bale .
decided tu ofler '.Mmj .it publli auction on (
WKDNKSPAY, M'CI'ST i:t. Ks7.'i.
Bond lor warranty deeds will be given, i
Terms ol sale: Twenty dollars on billing
oil each lol ; one-third January I, IhTI, ami
balance iu one aud two icais", with per
cent, interest. ,
special Irce excursion train Irom Cairo, ,
stopping at all stations duriuK the day of
sale, leiu ing Cairn at ' o'clock, a,m..':uoC
ri'lllllliligaltcr the .ale.
ITcsldcnt C. A. and i Ifallroad coinpaiiv.
SAHrHI, P. WIIKKLKH,
ATTORNEY & COUNSKi.OH AT LAW
Office oier Fu-t National bank. .'l-irs'liu
WILLIAM J. AI-LKN, 1
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over First National bank. U-IG-Sui ,
OHKKN k UILHKHT,
COUNSELORS at law,
William if. Ureen, )
William 11 ()Ubrl, l CAIRO, U.f.lNOIIl.
sMrbptHii I illinlion hiku U, t.lnilnUf anil
OVVtOI OUIO LXVKO, HOOMB 7 AMD 8 OVM
OITT MATIOMAL HAWK.
John 11 Mnlkey.
Wlllam (!. Mnlkey
i car rooms over llanhou's booi,
hO l'J4 L'OMMEKI.'IAL AVKNIIK,
bVUren Sc.Velilh and Eighth ttrccls,
DA NIK I. LA.MPKHT,
Llutiiu .11., Mr i'uu. A Wiail..
$30,000 WOUTH OP GOODS
I will ."ell my fii tire stncli of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As I am determined to close out my present biiniie.s -is o.in a.puis.blii.
N. It. TO A VOIP ALL MLSTAKKH II KIM. A lT Kit. THIS STOCK
WILL HK SOI. I) STRICTLY TOU CASH.
Julv 5. I MM.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
VrZrZr- iff! B C r,
I b -slbl Cbillests Wc I snd wldel) luown the leadlni; and
UKCKSTIIOTKIiLN SOl'THKKN ILMNUIS
And In all ttie appointments ol a titat U-s house, hat no . olopetlor lu ( alio, and 110 ll f
riot lu the state out-lilr or Chicago,
Tbe saint Charles is built in the most solid and substantial tnsiiuerof brick and Iron (
four stories lu beluht, exclusive of basement and attic, has a Irootae of 110 feet on the
Ohio rivei, I'ii feet ou second stieet and a wing for culinary puqoses ; is In thorouicb repair
aud will coulortably accommodate UOO KUests. Is now doing i due paylos- business, which
will be largely Increased during the pleset year by tbe new latltoaus now belli- built lulu
Cairo, an J who. deot will be In close proxlmil) to the houe.
I'aitles wishlUK to eliifatre lu the hotel bUslnesi have now an eicellrht opportunity to
purchase Hie entile propelt), i r one-lhlrd Intere-t wllh liiauagriueiit ul' the business, In
t eluding llltnltuie JtiJ t"'l "t'' l)
1 Ulrllt" ' Addlrs
. W. COCHUAN
44 I'erdlilo.ltrrrl. Nrs llilrali-
Of Cairo, in til r H ad, and III. or. I. r to
novn.nurs hi. entile slocL ol
SUMMER GOODS AT COST
lll -im k ionlis in part of
(J KKNADINK.S, LAWNS,
OltGANDIES, JM QL'IuS.
also -ell all other foods in proportion t
QBEATI.Y REDITCliD PHICES:
tlTlle respert'lllly soli, d an cv mi nation ol hu ! k. rceliic aured tba' none better
call he found III the it)
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M R O
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P 13 M A X G
CAR IIOUC ACID
C II L O R I D E OF LI
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FOR S-rVXiEl JVT
n u a a r s j s .
(JOHN Kit WASHINGTON AVKNIIK A N I KHIIITll STUKCT.
NRW YORK .STO.IK,
WIIOLKSALK AND KKTAIL.
LituiEtr VAKiair mihik
IN I II K 111 IV
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M-wsSirr uf .lliirleeutli alrr t nssil
C. O. I'ATIKK
II. CUNNINGM AM.
insoluble terms, al low lliruiei, ami easj pi)
j iij'v E'i"J' v id :ox,
( 'ale . f Tli knur ,V (. . 'i t' I.OI I
nuke r.iuin Inr In-
unuii-ii-c sti.. L ni u .1
M O C II L O R A L U M
L I .M Ii
A N A T V, OF P O T A S II,
P O W D K R
DEREJJ 0 II A R C 0 AL
II. A. iiioms O i'bniiu
I THOMH A HKOTJIKIt,
Succcsosrs to II- M. Milieu,
aNII iKAl.ttrlx IN
SHi.pIn ilU I'Mlsry flrwrrUe,
Koirigu and Doiueslle
IU Commercial Avetm.
OAIRO, - ILLINOIB.
W 9 r. Wi W BaWalUllla'A.