OCR Interpretation


The Cairo bulletin. (Cairo, Ill.) 1872-1878, August 13, 1873, Image 4

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85033413/1873-08-13/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

r
ir.
CAIRO BULLETIN.
. W racjaost Itafcacrltora not rtlv
tag IMr mm ntxalarfjr la report
tfca tat I Mata aSBc. Hitter raaa
atly fr Paatal cam.
raJMlaaMaa MM, BalWtla Ballalac
WaaMaatrtata Atmh
last Matter aa every ana;,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IM TatlM the dhttrtMt HonUi
TO OHIOAO-O
BlfHty MUm the IkorMI Monte
TO SO?. LOUIS
MO OHANOK OF 0AB8
FROM CAinO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
OtDolnaaU, UtlaMpoilt, Toledo.
Detroit, Cleveland, Nlaa-era Fall
Buffalo, li tubal , VTutilDiton,
aUltlmore, JPhlladelphls, Hew Tork.
Boston and til points out.
Mllwaukie, JaneeTllle. Medlim.
LtCroet, 8U Paul and all pointi north.
Tbit it alee the. co!j dltfct route to
beetle r, Bloomlngtoo, HpncKeU,
Peoria, QalncT, Keokuk,
ttiulinjrUie; Hock Uland, Lt Balls,
MeaJoit, Dixon, Freeport,
Utlesa, Dubuque, aioui City,
Omene tad all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Cm
On all flight 'Arams.
Mg Checked to all Important poind,
Ttm rieket. anrl information, ar-dr to 1. 0. R.R
denes at i aim! on hoard toe traneit steamer t-
twaei aolQxnbaa end Cairo, and el toe prlncljM
railroad tloket offlcae tbroocnout ttie eontb.
W. P. JOU.N'KJN, Oea'lfatt . Ag't. Cblo0.
A. Mmaiu, Oen'LBap't. Chioago,
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Oftlr.i.
' CHANGE OF T1MK.
Passenger trains on the Illinois Ceiitial
change time to-day. From and alter '.'-40
p. so. to-day train, will niu as tollow s .
altniVK,
Kxrren. dally 4:0Jp.:m.
Jetil, except Sunday . . . ,3:lf a. m.
DEPART.
Express, .. 'i-Mi p.m.,
Will, dally except .Sunday ,11:.5 i. ui.
RAILROAD TIMETABLE.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS It. It.
On and after Monday, Aug. 11, 1B73, trains
will run dally, except Sunday, between
Greenfield'" landing ami Kiddle-, llniiri.
at follow :
noiNO WEST.
Leave Greentleld'a nt. . G:0r p.m.
Arrive at Dexter at ... 10:40 n.in.
Arrive at Biddlei at. . lli'JO a.m.
C.OINO KAM
Leave Riddles at 1:20 p.m.
Arrive at Dexter at .. . .. 1:12 j.m.
Arrive at Greenfield's at b-.M) a.m.
CUARLUSIOS ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Ureenfleld's at In 10 a.m.
Arrive at Charleston at . 10:".() a.m.
Leave Charleston at s::U) :i.m
Arrive at Greenfield' at U-.'W a.m.
THE CAIRO ATD VINCKN'NKS
HAILKOAD
SHORTEST
ROUTE FROM CAIRO
TO
Indlanapoll, Toledo,
Cincinnati,
Detroit.
Buffalo.
Cleveland,
rlaj;ra r alii,
A'llUDUrK,
wasuingluu,
Baltimore,
Fhiladelnhia. New York.
Boston and all Eastern Points,
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and alter Tuesday,
will run at rollout :
July l,lh7: train
XXIRaS..
Oolnf north leaves Cairoat 4.00 a.m.
Qotnf toutn urrivei at Cairo at. . . . :):(() p. in
VOUHDCITT ACCOMMODATION.
Golnir North.
Leavei Cairo at...,ll:3.'i a.m. and (1:00 p.m.
Going South.
Xtrlfi at Cairo t.,RtWJU. tii t
The express train north arrives at VIu-
cennet at ii-.w p.m., maKing uircci connec
tion at 12:30 p.m., with the Indianapolis and
Vlncennc railroad for iudlauapolN, the
great railroad centre, from which point
trains are departing at all bourn, lor all
olnU In the Lulled States and Camtda. At
12'.63 p.m. with the Kvanarllle ami C'raiv.
fJiOsvJJJe railroad, for Terra Haute, India.
soh!, Chicago, Danville and all points
north, via the Terra Haute, Evansvlllu and
Culcogo railroad, and east via the Vaudalia
line, and Indianapolis and SL.Louls railroad.
At 1:M p m. 1th the Ohio and Mlnalsmppl
railroad, for Cincinnati, Louisville, and all
points east, via Cincinnati.
Passenger golnH by this route are placed
in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, New
York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington, and all eastern points, twoUe
hours in advance of any other route.
Kxpress train makes connection at Eldo
rado with St. Louis and Southeastern rail
way, lor St. Louis, Mt, Vernon (lllluoh),
Hhawneetown, and all points between Eldo
rado and St. Louis.
At Sorrii C:ty maVes close connection
for SprlngBeld, Hock Island, and all point
on SpringUcM and Illinois Southeastern rati,
way and connections.
At Canal with St. Louis, Evansvllle, Hen
derson and Nashville railway line, lor Alt.
Vernon (Indiana), Evansvllle, Ucnderfon
(Kentucky;, Nasbvillle (Tennessee), and all
points on su L., E., U. and N. railway sud
connections.
Baetage checked to all Important points.
..Safpr tickets and Information apply at
the ticket office, corner Seventh rtrect and
commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
J so. Lie, Sup't. Cuxb. O. Wood,
u . -Gen Vut'T nd Ticket Ag't
B. Y. Buhsuut, Agent, Cairo.
iXJCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. B. Sto. Skr., OnuxKvxK'B Ofvice, )
Caiko, Autust 12, tb73, 10:11 p.m.
Barometer 2935,
Tbermotneter,7C dtgrees.
eoniaeait, velocltj id mm.
Lour,
per
Weather, clear.
rt.-r wmperawu Usf.'il Louie, k,
a
Minimum t.-n-.r....,
"wr, ihh -11 holiH. .0
FrevaUlri!; wiuj
M houri 07
Eiiwin (liiii.ASK. oi.of ner.
Best Scotch fclo stout porter, and eight
yar old bourbon whiskey to be found only
t the Crystal saloon, corner of Sum, street
and CommerclMl avenue.
fcjTEAOALA ic Lanc,
t.'lli lm Proprietors,
ilackt lor thetCaito, Arkansas and Tex
railroad, tuning from White .V Greet
tore, corner ol Sixth Mrcet and Ohio lever
run as follows-
Leave at S a.m
4p.m.
Arrive ltKjily at ,,, 10a.m.
" " hp.m.
0 tl .luim Mxykkb, Aijeiit.
CHEAP BOARDING.
lUgular boarderi at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, rtcelu board at
Uis rate of t'W per month. Mo-tr
ENVKLOI'ES.
Fine white ; sluglo and double X amber
alngU and double X Canary, best (juallty ol
SUBlUa, blue letUr, etc., etc. ,000 for
ala, arlated at W W to 0 W per thousand,
attlst HutLKTlH Oryicx.
rOU BALE OR RENT.
3u)m tkop In compUU running order,
a aaaiMMd Md good ran of custom.
MIiMt Thi fluitinx Orrioi.
. M il
LOCAL. SHORTSTOPS.
No business tn the pollet court jester,
day.
The stortn last night a welcome
visitor.
Dog dajt are here. Look out fur
mad dogs.
The Obio is falling 3J Inches per day
at this port.
Rev. H. U Theyer will return home
in a few day.
The Kxporter will soon be ready to
load here for the South.
Oreen wood fifty rents a load at tho
box factory. 7-80-3 w
Tho John Kyle added 150 tons of
freight horo, and is well laden for New
Orleans.
Mr. T. "W. McCoy, wife and daughter
of Uolconda, llllnoli, are at the ,Ht.
Charles hotel
llalloy's stock ol fruit! cans Is tho
largest in tho market, and he has loads of
can wat. 7.29-1 m.
Probate court, for the transaction of
probate and criminal business, will meet
on Monday next.
Wm. WUkinion, auditor of accountt
for the Illinois Central Railroad company,
is at tho St. Charles hotel.
An exciting sceno occurred on the
levee near Tenth street last night Pit
toll and coffee for halt a dozen.
Hon. '. B. Morrison, ot OJin, Illi
nois, member of the lower house of the
Illinois legislature, is In tho city-
Agent wanted, in Alexander county,
for tho "Weed sewing machine Apply to
A Mahan, St. Charles hotel s-l'J-Ht
-Mr. Frank I'arkor, who has been on
an eitendt! tour through the Eastern
ftaten is, wh am informed, on hn way to
Cairo
A moug tho guests at tl.n St. Charles
hotel yesterday were Lee Jacobs, Chicago;
,1. O. Hurko. Mompbis, Tnnese: AV.
Stevens. Chicago.
Tho Arkansas Hello brought out a
very fair load yuterday, but Capt. How
ard complains that matters along the
river are terribly dull.
Wo tmvo a lotter dated Yokahoma,
,Apan,wrltten by a Cairo girl who h now,
and hat been, in that far-otf part of the
world for several months.
Thomas Freeman, who a week or
two ago undortook to follow a chair
from a third story window to thu sidewalk,
it ublu to bo up and about.
Thu work of struightoning up and
ballasting the track of the thu Cairo and
Vlncennes railroad on Commercial avenue
was begun yesterday morning,
H alley will oiler extra inducements
for the next .".0 days, so at to mako room
for his largo order of heating stoves.
7-29-lm.
Petitions Biking money to delray the
cost of endeavoring to procure a now trial
for Campbell, are still bnlng handod about,
Tho amount subscribed so far Is not still!-
cient to commenco on.
Water hogsheads for hauling wator,
holdlni; two an 1 a half barrels, ready
in ado and for sale at tho cooper shop on
FftUtlU bttftftt TU'kf till Mliitlv --.
b-l'Mw
Tho tow-loat Kanawah from Mem
phis arrived at a latu hour yesterday
iiiuiui5. Sho brought u tow of empty
barge, and will tako a iun rm Lore to
Middleport, Ohio, whoro she is owned.
Phil. H Saup will havo in a few
dayi, at tho confectionery of Saup v
Clarksou, 10'J Commercial avenuo, grapes
fresh from the vineyard overy morning, at
wbolejalo and retail 8-1.0. tf
D. Artor has the Iurget and most
complete stock of harnoss, saddles, bridles
and btrap goods in tho city which he says
ho will sell at bottom prices for cash and
cash only. 8-10-lm
There is S lout water at the head, and
9 feet at tho foot of Bulletin bar, uear
Osceola, now, but tho channel is dltllcult
to find. The Shannou stuck 24 hojrs at
Rulletin bar, and tho .lat. I. Parker
helped her oil'.
Tnn wagon road between Cairo aud
Mound City is not .jut as smooth as it
might be. If a few ol the stumps that
woro loft in the ground when the road was
oponed were removed, it would bo a great
mprovement to it.
Dr. "W It. Smith bus tniuoved his of.
ce to the second story of Louis Herbert's
ew brick building on Eighth street, be
tween Washington And Commercial nve
uce, wbero ho has more comfortnblo and
commodious quartors. 8-10-tf
The team of horses drowned in the
Ohio rtver night before last, was the prop
rty of Mr Joel Steventon, a bard-work
lnc and induttriout colored man. Steven
son Is now circulating a petition soliciting
mosey to purchase another team.
Ualley has a lot of wood pumps and
tubing which ho offers extra low; call and
eothem, 108 Washington avonue
7-i!9-lm.
--The crow ol the Kckert aru making
good progress In the work of recovering
thu sunken iron of the Cairo and St
Louis narrow-gaugo, below the St
Charles hotel About one. third of tho
l,b()0 bats have beeu Us bod out already.
All persons aro horoby not I Hod not
to harbor or trust my wifo, Catharine J
r isuer, on my account, as 1 will pay no
mils or debts ol hor contracting.
Samuki. Fibii kh.
t-AiHo, Ills, August 51, 1873, 8-12.CI
The Exporter, Capt. John A. Wll
llarns, commandur.than whom there i
not a more popular man "running on tho
river, is giving bit boat anew coat of
paint and other repairs. In the course ol
a week or ton days the Exporter will load
for New Orleans.
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth etront aud Commercial ave
nue, offers for salo Guiunets' Porter A-
Uass' ales and pure Honncssy brandy,
aud the genuine Ar.gosturo bitters, all
Urst-class cholera cures. Try them
7-17 tf
Dr. Lavarty, houioeopatblst physi
cian, latu of Sbawnoetown, has located In
this city and Intends making it bis home
The doctor comet to Cairo wall recom.
mended, ana refer! to the officers of the
First National bank of flhawneetown, to
whom he it well known, having practiced
hit profession among them for years. He
solicit! a fair share of the patronage of
JUtcUUeus, 70-tf
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST iy, 1873
For a good, safo driving hone, a nlci
eaiv-rldlnc pirtlin. ia Ii-U' Heart. I
pj ..-gv, w w v ...
liable. He bat horses thatanybody could
drive, and bugglei 'ahd rarriaget that for!
eaio and comfort cannot bo beat in tbit
marktt." To tatlafy youriolf of this, go
hire on of them and take a ride.
Harry Jewell, an employo of Wal-
bridge Broi., lumbar manufacturers at
Moundt Junction, wat almost instantly
killed night before last by a heavy saw
log rolling over him. Hit remains were
n tarred yoitorday near Buck grove cem
etery. Jewell was about thirty-thrco
yean of age.
Campbell, under sentence of death,
begins to thow signs of weakenning, and
is now willing to have Christian people
visit him. "i eiterday a number of the
mombers of tho Mothodist church (col
ored) spent some time in prayer with him.
Ho It beginning to realize the awful doom
that awaits him.
0. Hanny wiihei the public to bo in
formed that he has on hand a stock of
dry goods and carpets as oxtenslve as any
in the Southwoit, and that he is determ
ined to sell everything at prices lower
than the lowest. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. He will satisfy
you both as to quality and cot.
The Jno. Kyle just before leaving,
took hor barge to Ualllday Brothers' coal
dump, near the elovator,and in about nvo
minutes received thirty tons of coal from
tnn chuto The labor Ml) tm tared and
the detention avoided is an item which
would increaso in importance in propor
tion to the amount of coal taken, and will
be appreciated by steamboat men.
Capt. Cbai. T ninde, formerly of
this city, has formed a copartnership with
Mr II. Strater of Louiiville, Kentucky,
for the purpoie ol carrying on a general
commission business for the sale of grain,
Hour, etc. Hlndo .V Stratnr have pur
chased tho business of 11. Verhorllj Sr., &
Co., one of tho largest and most favorably
known commission houses in Louisville.
Go to II alley's for good stoves and
good bargains, 1CJ Washington avenue
7-'J(t.lm.
The coucort at the Second Free Will
Baptist church on Monday night was well
attended, and wo are glad to say, finan
cially it Was a success. The audience was
large, aud tho house was crowded.
Among those present were to be seen a
large number of white persons. The pro
ceeds of the concort will bo divided
I equally botween tho -Methodist aud
I Free Will Uaptist churnhei, and ap
' plied to completing the new uhurcli houtos
of those congregations.
Candidates for thu various olliee to
bo filled this fall are boginnlng to make
themselvos known For county cleric
there will be at least four Richmonds In
the field, and for treasurer about tho same
number. For county judge w havo only
hoard of two gentlemen who are sure
thoy will "come out." Most of tho gen
tlemcn to far in tho Held express a desiro
that there shall be no nominations made,
but every man shall be allowed to mako
tb rp on tit uuin merits.
James Blanches and St. Josoph Stev
enson, trustees and deacons of tho First
-Mission .Baptist church, harW lm' :-
team In tho Ohio river, are soliciting aid
in a financial way to buy another. By
this accldont they lose $300, and And
thomselves with large families and tinablo
to repair tholr loss without the aid which
they will to-day solicit of the people. It
s to be hoped that they will not bo disap
pointed in tho trust thoy feel In the liber
ality of Cairo people, and may soon And
themselves onco mora with the moans of
earning a livelihood.
Sheritl' Irvln got on the trail of the
assassins of Bud Anderson a day or two
ago, and has succeeded in capturing ono
f them named Jacob Curet. The sheriff
tracked Jacob on board tbo Idlewlld, and
telograpbed to Sbawneetown a description
of him. Whon the boat arrived at that
place the marshal spotted his man, And has
him now in duranco vile. The othor
blood-thirsty wretch, Jim Hays, tho shor
ltr ascertained had got away on the Illi
nois, and he started In pursuit. At Union
City, Tonnesseo, he loarned that his man
was at the house of a negro woman in that
place, and night before la it he attempted
bis arrest. As the sherlll' entered tho
front door the negro escaped from the
back door and fouud refuge in the woods,
further pursuit was useless and the aber-
In' returned home after potting the otllcets
of Lnion City, who are new on the look
out and will probably bag their game
EXCURSION .TICKETS
Illinois Central Railroad Co., i
Agent's Orricx.OAiRo.Aug ,13,1873.
The tale of excursion tickets to North
ern pointi will be resumed to day and dit
continued nn the Slst
Iahks .Ioun-oN, Agent
Sun copy e-la .It
CRAN'l) BASKKTl'irNlC
EXCI ItSlON AND PYROTECHNIC
A I. EXHIBITION.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1B7 !.
- -
The undersigned managers beg leave to
inform thu citizens of Cairo that on the
l.Mh of August they intend giving a pU
oic excursion, on the
STEAMER T, I. Li KK.RT,
Up the Tennessee river to Norton Blull'i.
A moonlight oxctirMon lu tho evening, to
gether with a grand pyrotechnical exhibi
tiod on tho river. Both the Cairo Silver
Cornet band, and Prof. Corbett s string
hand, aro engaged for the occasslon. Am.
pie arrangements made for rofreshniouli '
nn tin. .imt ....I ..... ..!...!.- !
" '"I " jJiouge ournoivoi ev
erything thatcan bedone shall ha done fur
tho accommodation ot the excursionists
JJoat leavoi promptly at 7 a.m. Fare
gents il CO, ladles no tenu, childron 'A
centt. For further particulars tee imall
bills.
fLOOR DIRKCTOU1,
N L WIckwire, Marsh Warren, Phil
Howard, Jai A Phillii.
MANAUIKb.
Jack Winter, B F Blake, W U Schutter,
Peter Saup, Henry Gotiuiao J T Una.
bin
AN ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF TH K
RIGHT OF SELF-UK-STRUCTION.
Ennon IIi'm.ktix I notlco in the pa
pers that tho question ot suicide is agitated
In scientific circles of Europe, tbo ques
tion being tho right of any person to com
mit suicide when their life had bocouie a
burden to them, oither through age and
Infirmity, or mitfortuna and sorrow. This
is a question that 1 would liko to see dis
cusiod in the columns of your popular
journal, by professional men of all classes
djctors of law, physic or divinity. 1 can
find nothing in the biblo that forbids tbo
laying off of the burden of .i.'c, whon to
ltvo it a jln,bocait!o you cannot "cat, drink
and be merry.
When our favorite horse breaks its
log or becomes incurably diseased we
"shoot tho poor thing to put it out of its
misery" take a life that is perhaps at
swoet to the animal In that condition as
ours can be tn u. Then why has a man
not tbo right to take tho life that belong
to himself when ho reatons, and feels, and
knows It would bring a relief that he can
never hope for In this world 1 It has beeu
proved by experiments and otherwise
that mental su lie ring, either sorrow nr
fear, is far greater than physical pain can
produce. We frequently read of the hair
Kr"Tiug white In a single night, and
sometime! of instant death from the for
mer, but never of the latter Then why
in the name of humanity, If In pity for a
wounded beast we can kill and thus end
Its misery, why, I aik, should man bo com
pelled by human law and, it is claitnod,
by divine law aho -to drag through
a miserable existence, or be damned
through all eternity by God and man, for
according the same morcy to himself that
he would to his horse. If there is as
claimed, a Divine law touching tul ques
tion, where it it, or wbero ii the proof of
its existence'' More anon. F
Caiko, August 8, 167.'!.
Comimiulcated.
RELIGIOUS DISSIPATION.
Tue Bulletin of Sunday last states
that a petition for the suppression of ne
gro dancc.housos will soou be presonted to
tbo city council, the cause of complaint
being that the negroes grt drunk, raise
Ned and make night hideous with their
yolk Tiik Bi Lt.t.TIN further announces
that it would not bo struck dumb with
amazement if several of thoe houses
were to bo closed up, whereupon your
humble servant would suggest the propri
ety of including negro proach-homes in
the aforesaid petition, as proehnly the
same chhic- of con. plaint can be eutalncd
against them as tho dance-house, vl. -raising
Ned gonertlly and making night
hidous with tholr stamping and yolle, long
alter hours when lober and discreet poo
pie should bo in bed and usleep. The
chargo of Intoxication would apply
equally as well to the inmate of preach
homes the manifestation of spiritual
intoxication being nearly Identical with
those of spiritous drunkonnesi. Let us
have the ordinance and let us havo peace,
Asuk I'Knuni.
NOTICE.
Aot'.v.Ojtick O. A- V. R It., i
Cairo, 1., July 20, 1873, j
For tbo accommodation of tho citizens
of Cairo, the Mound City accommodation
train will on and nfter Monday, July 'J8,
stop as follows; At Fourteenth street
Twentieth street, Twenty-fifth Htreot,
Thirty-fourth stroot, and tho crossing of
thu Illinois Central railroad. No one
will be pormitted on tho train without a
ticket. Fare betweon Sovonth street eta.
tion and Illinois Contral railroad crossing
and intermediate points, five cents.
Tickets good for twenty faros can bo pur
chased nt the ticket office, corner of Sov
onth street, for one dollar. Passengers
will not bo permitted to got off or on tho
train at any points other than the above,
Ciias.O. Wood,
Gen'I, Paisongor and Ticket Agt.
7-ii7tf.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Lot numbered C, in
block numbered 1,
fronting on Ohio levee, with business and
dwelling, new kitchen, etc., all complete.
Alio for sale or rent, tho household and
kitchen furniture, bar and bar fixtures, in
tlrit-clasi condition. The bar and Imuie
is kept by Mrs. Falkonstoin, nee Halm,
and has a eooa run ol custom. This is a
fine opportunity for any porton who
wishes to invest in good property or en
gage in a lucrative buiineei already estab
lUlicd. For further information apply on
the premises, B-C-Ct
A NEW FIRST-CLASS BARBER
SHOP McHenry Roe A- Co., of New Orleans,
have come to this city to stay, and have
titled up a first class barber-shop on Com
mercial avenue in the room next to Han
non's book ttore, lately occupied by Stu
art A Ohnlsou as a drv foods store. The
workmon aro nil Urst-class and are pre
pared to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc, iu
the very latest styles. All thoy ask is a
trial. Thoy respectfully solicit a share of
public patronage, mchknhv kok a uo,
7-ir.-tf
MH. MAX HO LL Kit,
COMPETENT PIANO TUNER
AND REPAIRER,
II at located in the city. Contracts made
for tuning pianos by the year or othor
wise, to suit the owner. Orders left at the
jewelry ftoru of E. A- W. Under will ro-
culvu prompt attention. 7-20.1 m,
NOTICE.
Parties wishing goods sold at auction,
nn ill please bring the same to my auction
room, No. 105 Commercial avenue, on or
belora Thursday evening of each week,
as I shall tell on Friday of each week In-
stead of Saturday as heretofore.
Daniel Hariuan,
The only licensed auctioneer In the city.
k-I'J tf
UR1CK. LAYERS WANTED.
Four or ttvejgood brlckl ayers wanted
ItnmtJiaNU Apply to
Okobue CURIeTMA.S,
6 H 'Jt Cairo Jllibols
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A raro cban -t li offorod to some man
with monev to invost In eood paying
property In the most desirable part of -the '
city. Two lots, to feel front on tbt avo-
nue, lioupo 3 stories. Two largo itorcs
can be fitted up on the Urst iloor, tbo Up
per stories are well arranged for ollico3 or
dwellings. For furthor particulars en-
quire of
Jons 0.. Haumas- & ..
Real Eitatu Aprils, Cairo. Ill
u-Mf
READ THIS, ,
On and nfter Auirust 1. I intend to do a
ttrlctly cah bulnei, except wltb tboao of (
my customcts whosettlo promptly on tho f
first of overy month, All old accounts
and notos in my hands which ate not
settled very oci, I ihnll advertise and loll
at public vendue D AnTEit.
Caiko, July 'JO, 1871!. 7-'J7-lm ,
FOR SALE. 1
A good span of mules, wagon and liar
nc, Also tnn acres of corn. Enquirer of
Geo, Latt.ver,
Corner Fourteenth strcctand Washington
avenue, at lllankonbiirg's saloon. ,
8-.VJw '
FOR RENT '
The Delta Social club room, suitable
for ollice.s first floor, south side of Tut
HIT t.KTl.v building. Enquire at this of-
lino.
8-0-Kt
DBXT IB IR, ,
,-TODDARD COUNTY, MO ,
Ou the Hue ol the
C. A. AND T. KAIIiliOAl).
Oiwiilnic Naif i'l
Town- Lots at Armas.
I hii new town l Milliard upon :m clr-att-d
utul bculltillil tcctlon of hnd.Krahlcd
to the milio:id cotnpunv ,v the I ultcd
States.
It i- six miles south ol Dlonmtield, the
in Client county ceat, at Hie point when' the
oiu traveled ronu leuiling to liiiuklln count
croesthe Cairo, ArUati'a- and Tex.n n
rail
road.
It is 44 mile wcit ot Cairo, mid 1 mile-
(aU ol Popljt'lilull'. It proliu-r" In be the i
llneit touu in Soulheat Mi-oui'l.
Owing to the demand for lot, we ha- '
decided to ollet VoO at public auction on
V ISDN US DA Y . A I 'I'l IST i:i W:i
Bond (or warranty deeds will be j;lrii.
Terms of iale 1 went UoII.uk on bidlin:
oil each lot ; on-thlrd .laimarj 1. 1571, and
balance in one mid luo jcmip. wild ', pel
cent. Intel e-t.
."pedal Ircc exciir-iou train Irotn ;alro,
topplni; at all -talion- diirlns the day ol
-ale, Icaim; t'alro nt o'clock, a.m.. ami
rcturiilmjMicr tin -iic.
'I mom At t.KS'. 1
I President . A. tud I Itailmail company
fi tint
JJLTt'llKHN.
IIYLANI) & SAUKIt,
BUTCHERS
AND UBALIHe IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY.DESCRIPJTON,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenii
next door to the 11) land naloun.
U-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JAfOll AVALTKH,
BUTCHER
AND IIKAI.KR IN
FRESH MEAT,
KtOIITII StHEET, BXTWXKN WaeniNCITOA
AND UOUMXRCIAL AVINUXP,
AdJololBir Hltlaaaaaae aad llaiiuj's
Keep th. lieat or UkkI, Pork, Mutton VeM.
Lamb. Sautaue. etc.. anil are DreD.r.d to bhrrK
oltitena In the moHt acceptable manner.
JOHN SMITH,
(uere.or to .lames Kyna'ton,
liUTCnKR
and Dealer in all Kinds oi
Fiiusn Mkaih.
CoriNiK NuntTBimi and Poplar Sts., ,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Buys and elaugbtcrs only tho beet cattle, !
bogs and sheep, and U prepared to fill any '
Jemand for fresh meata from one pound to '
ten thousand poundx.
JAMES KYNASTON,
BUTCHER
AND DEALER IN
ALL KINDS OF VWV.&W MEATS,
.Iter cor. Ttrriitletli Ntrert nssil Cum.
iiicsi'IhI Avenue,
Buys and Miitghters only tbo dent Cattle,
ilos aud Sheeii. uud Is prepared to till or
iels for Fiesh teats from one lu ten thou
mid pounds. 7-'J2ll
PATRONI.i:
h:o:m:ii t:r,.A-d:e
HULLKTIN U1NDRUY,
"orner Twelllh Mrcel and Wa-liineion e
J. O. H U liLS,
(Late of St. LoiiIk.i
PROPRIKTOR
IKlOK HINDKR AND ItLANK HOOK
MANUFACTURER.
BLANK BOOKS of every description ilnne
with neatneMi and dispatch. All l;!ud ol
ruling done at Khort notice. Bibles. Music.
Mtuazlne.and Periodicals bound neat and
aiuieiowc-t po
iOWOKt lin.hllile rale
ouiiiy work, imcii an
ntV 1'ni-V uiii.lt rid ll.,in..l. llnnt'ot. t
Hee Hooks, Blanks, etc, made a ipci lallty
llaxes, Pocket Books, Knve lopes, etc
nt le to order 11-24
HOOe'M AMI NIIOKI.
' '.,l,ltltt,lt,ltt(fltlMl(lltSlt,lltltlt,f)ll,l,((l,
I' Jl traiil, A. Dertltigcr.
I'. W.8THAWTJ5 SCO.,
AKATO.HHIAI.
HOOT ii ii I SHOE MAKERS
corner of
Kioin Street ami Commkrciai, A venue
AU kinds of boon and nhoei made to or
der ou short uotlce, and lu the latest uud
most fuihlouable Ktyles Ladle boon, shotfi
and falters a speciality r-lMf
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
AT COST.
ON AND
will i?cll mv
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
At 1 am determined to close out my present btiMiie-s 'is omi apots'tb1.
X. II. TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES II HUH A ITKIt. Tills STOCK
WILL UK HOIJ) STHMTLV l'0 CAFII
It.
Julv !, 1S7-I.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
AIRO,
sit Pnta T
isMipLiPk-
Tlie ..t i lit tlialle-1- II and W i.l. l known n- lliu le.tdlli" and
LAPtGHST HOTKIa IX SorTIIKILN ILLINOIS
And in all the apMiiutiueut of a lirt-i l.i- imute. Ii i no . una-tlor in ( .1110 mid i.o a t
nor In the 'tale oul-ldc ol ( IiIciko.
The Saint Charles is built s it the most Mil id and Mib-tamul iiunuerof bin k aud iron, I
rourKtoric" in height, c.:lu-lie of ba-emeiit and attic, ha- a Irontave of 110 feet on the
Ohio riicr, 12. leet on eeond -ticet and a wlni,' lor culiiury purpo-i-K ; 1-in tlioroliKh repair
and will conifoitabl) accniniiiodale '.'oo KUet-. I now doing a line ta)ing bulue, whkL
will be laraelv inciia'ed diirins; the pre-et year b the new railroaiii now being limit Into
jr.
latro, ami wno-e ucpoi- win lie in cio-r I'mxuuii) io me nou-e
l'.irtle wl-hinii to eiitfaxe In tin-hotel l.ii
liureba-e the entile proneilv. or one-thlnl
cludimr (urnltiire and ifood will, on rr) rea
meiit-. Addic-..
OrC V. COCIIUA.V.
l l'erilldfif-lrei'1, w iirleaii.
THE VIE1T1TA
J. BURGER,
i if t airo, in the lead, and luorlir In
nin niiri- ion euilie SIUCK OI
SUMMER GOODS AT COST
Hi - -loci; cm
(:KF,NADINE3,
MARS AIL 1,15,
ORGANDIES,
SUITINGS,
o
ite will uIko etll all other uood- in proportion a
Q-EBATLY EEDTJCED PEICES:
IS3"ile ropectrully KOllni an rxamlintlnn ol Ins tnek. feeling aurel that none better
can bo found In the dt
DISINFECTANTS :
i c o r P E 11 A s
i', K 0
( ' A R 15 O L A T IC O V L I ,M F ,
l M R .M ANO ANA T E O F P O T A S H
as .- a-. . . -- rr-r--
oa R jj o l i r a c i d r O V D B 11 ,
C II L O HI I) F O V L I ,M K ,
I'flW DUK 10 1J (' II A RCOA L.
' r -r i i i i in 1 -
- 4k
X"Ofc H.A C E AO? LOW Ja IV l.CisJ.-J
AT
BailiA."" BROTHERS,
ID 13, V G-G-IS 1' s ,
(!()UNKK WASIIINOTON AVKNI'i: AND KKiUTII S'l'KKKT.
AND
d-tf.
NKW YORK STOilli,
WUOLKaAJ-K AND IIKTAIL.
LARUEST VAHIKTV SIOOK IN TIIK OITV
OOODSSOI.D VERY Ol.OSK,
Curiit r ui (Tliu-teeulti street nail Com
uerelal Aveuiit,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
C O. PA'llCK
AKTKK
flit ire stock of
II. CUNNINGHAM.
ILLINOIS.
V Si eT f ' C 1) a -
- ltie - - li.isr
now an excellent
oiinortuuity to
iiilen-l
v.itn uiauaireuieiii oi tne iiifines-
- ninble tciin
, at low liJIirt-i
and
easy pi)
JEWETT VHLCOZ,
Cure ..f Ti' kuor ,V Co. T I.Ol'I
EXPOSITION.
m..kc rnou
i lor III- illlliKMifr -UieK ol litll j-ood-
i-i in part of
LAWXS,
LLNKNS,
PICQUE3.
ETC., ETC
.M 0 C II LO It A L U M
COAL.
CAIKO CITY COAL
I- .reared In Kiippj J "" I'l
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OO-AXj.
ORDERS left at Halllday Bros, offlc.
nwia LMviV, or at the Coal Yard belo the
8t cuarief Hotil. yl "celv. promptrtten.
Son. The Tuo JlloMrAU will brfa ooal
toiiissldu to steamsni at uy hout.r
in-

xml | txt