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CAIItO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1873
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
MMr MUM lh "rtMl Bo
MO OHANO OF OARS
FROM 0A1K0 TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY OUR CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
Sarttaor, '.RilUdelpbla, Now York.
Mllwaokl. Jaaeetllle, ktadlMii,
LaOreaeeV 'aul ud all points north.
Tbll If ale the only direct Ml' to
TUMlir. BtoomlnftOB, llpringeld,
rrorte, Qulney, Ktokuk.
SSuMtaV Rock Ulind, U Belle.
Dubuque, Clout UltJ,
' OMbi aad all point northwest.
Xlanut Drawing Room Sleeping Car
On all Higbt Trains.
Mac Check d te all Important point.
Far tiekete aad information, apply to ! C, R.K
petal aJro; oa koard tn IraDJit atounar b
Ihh Ootonanas aad Cairo, and at toe prlncIpe
railroad ticket olBcaa throng bout the eoutn.
W. P. JOHW.KIN. Oen'l Put. At, ChlcafO.
A. Hrrcsnx, Gen'l. Bop't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
Passenger trains on the Illinois Central
change time to-day. From and alter 'i:tO
p.m. to-day tralni will run oi follows:
AJUUVJC, . .
txpreee, dally , ....4.-0Sp.:ro.
Mall, except Sunday ... .3:16 . m.
Kxprets, .. 2:40 p.m.,
Miu, dally except Sunday ..115 P-w.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS R. K.
On and alter Monday, Auk'. 11, 1S73, trains
will run dillv. exceDt .Sunday, between
Greeaneld'a landing and Kiddles, Missouri.,
as follows :
Leave Greenfield's at G.-05 p.m.
Arrlre at Dexter at 10:40 a.m.
Arrive at Biddies at 11:20 a.m.
Leave Riddles at 1:50 P'.m.
Arrive at Dexter at 1:42 p.m.
Arrive at Greenfield's at ti-.M a.m.
Leave Ureeufield't at 0:40 a.m
Arrive at Charleston at Kfc.TO a.m.
Leave Charleston at o:-V a. in
Arrlre at Greenfield's at 'J:'10 a.m.
THE CAIRO AND VIN0ENNES
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Niagra Falls,
Buffalo. Pittaburz. Washington.
RalUmore, Philadelphia, New York.
Boston and all Eastern Points,
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1. 1673, trains
wm run a follows:
xx r risk.
Soi&fftOTth leave Cairo at 4.00 a.m
QolaiC sooth arrives at Cairo at, . , . 3:40 p.m.
MOUJfD CITT ACCOktJIODATIOif,
Leaves Cairo at. ...11:35 a.m. and C;00 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo at. .8:00 a.m. and 125 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vln.
esnues at UfcSO p.m.. making direct connec
tion at lit 30 p.m , with the Indianapolis and
Vinceones railroad for InJianapjIJj, the
great railroad centre, from which point
trains are departing at all hour, for all
oiu is in the united (states and Cauada. At
li-63 p.m. with the Kvansvllla and Craw.
1 iCvtlUe railroad, for Terra Haute, Indls
nsj oui, Chicago, Danville and all points
north, via the Terra llaute, Evansvllle anil
Ctdcogo railroad, and east via the Vandalla
line, and Indianapolis and St. Louis railroad.
At 1:55 p m. with the Ohio aud Mississippi
railroad, for Cincinnati, lulsille, and all
points east, via Cincinnati.
raasengers goinK uy mm route are piaceti
In Indianapolis, Clnclunati, Louisville, New
York, Boston, Philadelphia, Ualttmore,
'Washington, and all eastern points, twelve
hours in advance of any other route,
Kxpreas train makes connection at Eldo
rado with SU Louis and Southeastern rail
way, lor St. Louis, Mt. Vernon (Illinois),
Bhawneetown, and all points between Kldo
rado and St. Louis.
At Norm C:ty makes close connection
for Springfield, Rock Island, and all points
on Springfield and Illinois Southeastern rail,
way and connection.
At Carml with St. Louis, Evansvllle, lien-der-on
and Nashville railway line, lor ML
Vornon (Indiana). Evansvllle, Henderson
(Keutucky), NuhvlllU (Tennessee), and all
points on at. L., E., II. and N. railway and
Uawage checked to all Important pointa.
Gsrror tickets and Infonnatlon apply at
the ticket otnee, corner Seventh street and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
J no. Lee, Sup't. Cuas. O. Wood,
. Q8n kis'r and Ticket Ag't
B. F. Bcrmiids, Agent, Cairo.
LOCAL vTEATHKR REPORT,
U.B. 8io.8R.,0sxkVK'8Ui'ricx, )
Calro, August U, leia, io-.li p.m. )
Thermometer 73 degrees.
umiacae;, velocity 1 mile per
Maximum temperature list 21 hours, 80
Minimum', temperature, last 44 hours, 80
Prevailing wind last 24 hours, northeast
Total number of miles traveled during la
U hours 110.
Edwim Oakland, Observer,
Belt Scotch ale, stout porter, and eight
year old bourbtn whiskey to be found only
at the Crystal saloon, corner of Sixth street
nd Commercial avenue.
Stxaoala 4 Lan,
26 lm Proprietors.
Hacks lor the Cairo, Arkansas and Texa
railroad, starting from White & Grevr'r
tort, corner ot Sixth street and Ohio levee
.run as follows:
" 8 a,B.
" 4 p.m.
Arrive in city at 10 a.m.
Mtl Jon Mxykkb, Agent.
JUgular boarders at the European hotel,
Barry Walker proprietor, receive board at
Iba rat of tV) per mouth.
FUM WhlU; tingle and doubU X amber
' and doubl X Canary, best quality ol
UXa, blue letUr, ate., etc. M.ooo for
',srUUd at 3 SOU) 8 60 per thousand,
JTOB SALE OB RENT.
toffctr tUop is eomplu running otder
"4 aUad nod good run of custom,
m! Til HDLL1CT1H Ul-FII-C-
LOCAL SHORT STOPS.
Old Sir. Biggs, father of Jim Biggs,
died latt night.
John Henry Johnson, for being drunk
and disorderly was yestorday "sent up"
for Ave days. Martin made the arrest.
In the police court yestorday John
Moore for being drunk was fined $2.
Mooro had Juit enough ready cash to pay
the flna and costs, and went his way re
Wo understand tbatcbolora hasmsdo
Its appearance In tho country a short dls.
tance from Makanda station, and that
within a few daysMven deaths have oc
curred. City Attorney Webb yesterday iustl-
tuted suit In tho name of the city of Cairo
against the Earnes' hub factory, for the
sum of $2,700, the amount of a roorv
eeee held by tho city for certain ma
chlnorv sold tho company tovcral years
Lilt night In a Hirbt between unar
lotte Wiloy and Pattoy Robinson, i
couple of negro prostitutes, and Bill
Brown, a negro deck hand, the latter was
daneerouslv cut In throe places. Sheriff
Irvin and Police Constable Martin arrest
ed tho women, and on the person of Char
lotte Wiley found the razor with which
the cutting was done. They woro lodged
Thomas McCabn wat before Judgu
Bross yesterday on a peaco warrant
sworn out by his wife Kato McCabe, who
testified that her husband had on various
occasions threatened to take hor life, and
that tho was fearful, that unless bo was
placed under bonds to beep tho peaco ho
would carry his threat into execution.
Judgo Brois held McCabo In tbosum of
two hundrod dollars to keon tho peace.
lie gave the required bond.
For tho put threo or four months
Cairo has been remarkably clear of thieves
conQdeoco men and gamblejs of every de
scription. Several days ago four men
having tho stamp of confidence operators
put in an appearance, but Chief Mcllale
putjtbe police to watching thorn, and the
other night all four left the city. There
havo been fewer robberies committed in
Cairo within the past four months than
during tho same longth of lime for many
The following we:o tbo guetts at the
St. Charles hotel yesterday : T. C. Barnes,
Cincinnati; 'Ed. Grlle, Evansvllle,- A
Comstock, Mississippi Central railroad;
E. Fallis, Cincinnati; II. P. Parsons,
Bloomington, Illinois; Mrs. Either Smith,
Poontonica, Illinois; U. E. Williams,
Bloomington, Illinois; N, E. Elllthorp,
Dubuque, Iowa; Chas. U. Sharp, Mem
phis; 11. S. Barlow, Chicago; D. L. Haw
kins, Capo Girardeau; W. T. Lulukc,
St. Louis; John L. Campbell and ladyi
OJney, Illinois; J. M. Scoville, Chicago;
Charles Lawrence, Contralia; JohnGroul,
St. Louis; S. E. Bucbanan, Naihville,
Tennoiseo; Hot. Goodman, Kansas City,
Missouri; Thomas Uutcbinion, Chicago;
Boston ; A. W. Butts, Now York city
Mr. Louis Misonhiemer, of Uongola,
union county, ana well-Known as pro
prietor or me largo num lug mm at mat
place, died yosterday from the elfocts of
injuries recoirod on Tuosday afternoon.
Theywero thrashing wheat on Mr. Mis-
enbiemor's farm, and he and a boy wero
hauling tho grain to tbo mill as fait as it
was thrashed out. About four o'clock
they left for town, Mr. Misunhiemer driv
ing in advance. After going some die
tance tboy came to a hill, and in going
down the hill, tbo boy noticed
that Mr. Mleenbiemor's mules
woro going at a rapid gait, and soon dis
appeared out of sight. When ho got
ear the foot of tbo hill ho found Mr.
Misenhimer lying at tho side of the road
in an insensible condition. He was re
moved to his home, and Dr. Dunning of
this city sent for. "When the doctor got
there, he soon found that Mr, Miionhlmer's
Injuries were of such a character as to
ronder modlcal aid out of the
question, and informed the friondB
of tbo Injured man that he
had but a fow hours to live. It is sup.
poiod in going down tho hill, tbo wagon
bod, which was mado of smooth boards
with nothing to keep it in Its place on the
frame work of tho wagon, slippod forward
and striking the mules, thoy took fright
nd ran away, throwing Mr. MUenbleiner
to the grouud and ono of the wheels
striking him on the head, crushing his
kull to such an extent as to render it Im
possible for him to rocover. Mr. Miien
hiemer was one of the most prominent
and highly esteemod cltlrens of the com
uaunlty In which be lived.
Oauo, Ills., August 13, 1878,
Editor Bulletin :
Dear Sir Jonoi evidently it not an
aspirant for literary fame, for when be
left Jones Is gone bo positively asserted
that ho should not write letters for publi
cation In either of tbo Cairo dallies. This
Is a free country and Jones, Smith and
Robinson all poiseis the Inalienable right
m iruyei unsuou, proviuua tney navo no
shoes, and don't stub their toes, diiablo
themselves and thereby become public
burden, It is extremely aggravating to
sensitive members of the stay at homo
club especially te tboso who are mem
bers ex-ofllcio which being interpreted,
signifies by force of circumstances.
When I quote Latin I always translato
it to lit. To bo constantly re
minded by letters from Tom, Dick and
Harry who have spare change and leisure,
of cool, calm retroati, piscatorial per
formances, sublime scenery, delightful
drives and every conceivable variety of
sour grapes. All this interlarded by com
ments ai.d notices In the Bullktin like
these: Mr. A. and family left yeitorday
to attend the Vienna expedition. What
they propose to expoio over in Johnson
county Is not stated. Capt. B's very en
tertainlng letter from Gooio Island will
be found In another column. Co). C,
wife and daughter will leave to-morrow
onthenarrow-guage with seven Saratoga
trunks. Major D. returned bom yester
day from the headwater of Crooked
.crwkwliu i. splsadld string of suckers;
and Oon. E., Rov. F. and Dr. O. havo
gone to thunder. We oxpect some
lively sketches from Iholr gifted pens.
One flna morning last weok, after having
been excited to fronry by Squire H.s tan
talizing tour to tho toad-stools, and a do-
cllno In the prlco of corn, I suddenly ro
solved to travel and write a Idler to Tin: J
Bulletin. Tho next thing was to docido
where to go. It was too hot to go South
I am too old to go rest, II. G.'s com
mand was yowno man go West; ovory- (
body olse has gone East, so I muit tako 1
Uopkln'i choice and go North ; and I did.
But you may ask, why didn't you write ,
from the North and glvo us the roiulls of
your travelsln all their pristine froihnois'
Becauie such a proeoodlng would be de
cidedly groon. It's the stylo now-a-days
to write up a lot of loiters, salt them
down, and dolo them out when copy I
short. Didn't I ro.-.d a letter In last weok's
New York 'Tribune' written by Kato
Fiold, relating her Fourth of July experi
ence? Well, 1 wont North ; took thoi!.10
p.m. train, which left promptly at 2:50,
and prococdod as far m tho stono dopot
without meotlng with any vory romarka-
ble adventure. And as any further rocItAl
would render this oplitle too long for
your columns and too tedious for perusal,
I will reiorve an account of where I
went, what 1 saw, and how it affected mo
for another letter. Yours,
Dr. Lavarty, bomoeopstblst phyi
clan, lato of Sbawnoetown, has located in!
this city and intends making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mended, and rcfors to tbo officers of tbo
First National bank of Shawncutown, to
whom ho is woll known, having practiced
bis profession among them for years, lie
solicits a fair sbaro of tbo patronngo of
our citizens. 7-liO-tf
P. Fitzgerald at bis rooms, corner
Fourteenth streot and Commercial ave
nue, offers for salo Guinness' Porter &
Bass' ales and pure Ucnnessy brandy,
and the genuine Azgosturo bittors, all
flrst-clasa cholera cures. Try them
Dr. W. R. Smith has removed bis of
fice to the second (lory of Louis Herbert's
new brick building on Eighth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, where bo has more comfortable and
commodious quarters. 8-tO-tf
All persons aro horoby notified not
to harbor or truit my wife, Catharine .1.
Fishor, on my account, as I will pay no
bills or debt) of her contracting.
Cairo, Ills., August 11, 1873. 8-1'i-Ct
Wator hogsheads for hauling wator,
holding two and a half barrels, ready
made and for sale at the cooper shop on
Fourth street near the Mississippi levee.
D. Artor has the largrtt and most
complete stock of barnots, saddles, bridles
and strap Roods In tho city which ho say a
he will sell at bottom prlrei for caih and
cash only. a-10-lm
I aw. Jl .-...n t r. j !.. .mm i .
crsiww rry morning, fresh from tho
tineyard. He offjrs tbnrn for salo at
wholesale or retail, 102 Commercial
Uailey hai a lot of wood ptimps and
tubing which he offers oxtra low; call and
eethem, 108 Washington avenue.
llnlloy will oill-r t-xtra inducements
for the next 80 days, so as to make room
for his large order of heating stoves.
Ualley's stock of fruit cans is the
largcit In tho market, and he has toads of
can wax. 7-29-lm.
Agent wanted, in Alexander county,
for tho Weed sewing machine. Apply to
A. Mahan, St. Charles hoUl. 8-12-31
Go to Halley's for good stoves and
good bargains, 1GJ Washington avenue
Greon wood fifty conts a load at tho
box factory. 7-80-3 w
GRAND BASKET PICNIC.
EXCURSION AND PYROTECHNIC
FRIDAY, AUGUST 1G, 1873.
The undersigned managers beg leave to
Inform tho citizens of Cairo that on tho
l.'ith of August they Intend giving a pic
nic oxcursion, on tbo
BTEAMElt T. r. F.CKERT,
Up the Tenncseeo river to Norton Bluff's.
A moonlight excursion in tho evening, to
gether with a grand pyrotccbnlcal exhibi
ted on tho river. Both the Cairo Silver
Cornet band, and Prof. Corbctts string
band, aro engaged for tbo occanion. Am
ple arrangements mado for refrcihmonts
on me boat, ana wo pieugo ourselves ev
erything that can be done shall be dono for
tbo accommodation ot the excuriionlits.
Boat leavos promptly at 7 a.m. Furo,
gonts $1 60, ladles 0 conts, cblldrun 25
conts. For further particulars snu small
N L Wickwiro, Marsh Wiirrou, Phil
Howard, Jas A Phillis,
Jack Winter, B F Blake, W II dchuttor,
Peter Smip, Henry Gosiuian, J T Ben
AQT's.UmcE O. & V. R
Cairo, Ills., July 20 1873.
For the accommodation of tho citizen
of Cairo, tbo Mound City accommodation
train will on and after Monday, July 28,
stop as follows: At Fourteenth ft root
Twentieth street, Twenty-fifth etroot,
Thirty-fourth street, and tho croising of
the Illinois Control railroad, No ono
will be permitted on tbo train without a
ticket. Fare between Sovonth street sta
tion and IllinoW Central railroad eroding
and Intermediate points, five ronU,
Tickets good for twenty furci can be pur
chased at the ticket office, corner ot So v.
enth street, for one dollar, Paisengors
will not be permitted to got off or on the
train at any points other than tho above,
Gen'l. Pass wiser and Tlckvt Agt.
OaIbo, August 14, 1873.
Editor Cairo Bu'lotln .
Deab Sir Referring to my arrest and
confinement In tho Cairo Bastlle upon an
unwarranted chargo, which I can disprove
In a few davs. so soon at I can rocolvo
reference from St. Louis, whoro I am fa-
vorably known and bavo resided for thirty
t .A. II. --1. - ,.t.n,..ln. nF
ears, i rci pebiim mi. .mjicuBtuu v.
public opinion. Respectfully,
Darwin R. Mao!,
Traveling agent for the collection of
NEW VARIETY STORE.
A. M. Cundlff fi OfHll havo opened a
general family grocery, provisions, no
lions and dry goods ttoro on Wellington
avonuo betwoon Ninth and Tenth streuts,
nnd are prepared to toll to their friends
and tho reit of mankind, anything frorn a
hogsheard of sugar to a box of papor col
lars. Boots, shoos, hats, caps, furs, rcll'iv,
tea, sugar, muslin, calico, thread, needle?,
etc., otc. Go nnd see for yourself.
A NEW FIKST-OLASS BARBER
McLlenry Roo & Co., of Now Orlesns,
havo come to this city to fctny, nnd havo
fitted up a flrit class barber-shop on Com
mercial avi-nueln tbo room noxtto un.
non's book store, latoly occupied by Stu
rt .t- nhnHna m a drv coods store. Tho
workmon aro nil flrst-clais atd aro pro
imrid to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc., In
tho very latest styles. All thoy ask is
trial. Thoy rospuctfully solicit a pbaro of
.. . ' ' r..if ........ II.... I. (
McUxkby Roe & Co
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A raro chance is offorod to some man
with monoy to Invest in good paying
property In tho mot deidrablo part of tho
city. Two lots. 10 feat front on the avo-
mii.. houm 3 stories. Two largo stores
can bo fitted up on tho first floor, the up
per stories aro well arranged for ouisc3 or
dwolllngs. For further particulars on
nf .InllV O. IlAIiMAS 6i Co..
li-i-ll MOai E.SISIU KCUBi vol.",
..... -!. 111.
COMPETENT PIANO TUNER
Has located in the city. Contracts made
for tuning pianos by tho year or other
wise, to suit tho owner. Oraera Iclt at the
jewelry storo of E. & W. Buder will ro
coive prompt attention. i-20-im.
Parties wlihinc goods sold at auction
will pleaie bring the lame to my auction
room. No. 105 Commercial avenue, on or
Wnrn Thurdftv oveninn of each woek
as I shall sell on Friday of each week In
stead of Saturday m heretoforo.
The onlv llcenied uuctioneer in tho city.
On and after August 1, I intend to do a
strictly cash business, oxcopt with thoso of
my cuitomeis who settle promptly on tho
Ami of ovorv month. All old accounts
and notes In my nanus ni.ii.ii am
settled very soon, I shall advertiie and sell
at public vendue. D. Aj'.tkr.
Ua I no, July 20, 1872. 7-2 7-1 m
Illinois Central Kailroad Co.,
AOKNT 8 OKFlCB,OAIIlOlAug.,13,1673.
Tho salo of oxcurrlon tickets to North
ern points will be resumed to-day and dis
continued on tbo Slit.
James Jounson, Agent.
'Sun' copy. 8-13-St
A good span of mule., wagon and har
ries. Also ten acres of corn. Enquirer of
Corner Fourteenth street aud Washington
avenue, at Jilankenburg's saloon.
A package of loiters on Washington
avenue, between Eighth and Ninth streets.
The Under will pleaso return them to O.
Danny's storo and rcceivo a liberal ro-
Tho Delta Social club rooms, suitable
for offices, first floor, south sido of Tjje
Bulletin building. Enquire at this of
An ordinance relating to apodal aieis
mcnts. lie It ordained by tho City Council of tho
City of Cairo:
Sprunvl. It shall be tho diltv of the
city collector to mako the report required of
ulm liy tecuon u, oi arucio u, oi me city
charter, within M) days alter tho expiration
ol the thirty (30) day notico required to bo
l-lvnn bv him In section 37. of bald article ' :
hut if, on account of the blekucsM or absenco
or any legal uiMtuiuty oi ine ain ciuieumr,
tho said report hhall not lie mado within the
ald30 day, then the same cliall bo made by
him at tho earliest practicable day after the
cause ot Uio delay is rrtuoveu.
Sec. '-. Ak to upeclal asi.esmenti) already
made where tho 30 illy notice required by
Mid nectlon No. 37. ol alil article ii, hat ex
pired more than 15 uajs, tho i-ulil collector
nail prorceu at onco to makn ni report hi
proMilcu ioriu saiu tcciiouisti, bi sain arti
Approved August It, 1873.
John Wood, Mayor
Attest: M.J IIowLur, City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. C3.
An ordlnnuee to ameml ordinance No. i'o.
Ho it ord.ilneil by tbo City Council of the
City of Cairo i
That tho words "Ohio levee" bo ftrlckcn
out In ordinance No. 15. and "Coinmen-ul
aveimo" Iih in-crted In lieu thereol, in tho
cakes In which kiU1 ordinance provides lo a
rccoiintiiictlon or renewal of tho sidewalk
on the north ldo ol Twentieth etrret, Irnin
Ohio levee to Walnut hlicct, ami on tli
soulh fldii ol Twentieth Mreet, from Ohu
leveu to Washington iienun.
Approved August 14, M't'i.
John Wood, Mayor
Attest : M. J. Howlby, city Clerk.
NEW YORK STOrfrt,
WUOLESALU AND RETAIL.
LAROXWT vabiktt btook in Tlllt, out
aOODS SOLD VERY OLOSM.
Corner of Nlntiilti tr-ut ami '-imu
C. O. PATIER
CAIRO CITY COAL
I pri-jnfit to sappiy ouiioti-i iib .
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDEUS left at Ualliday ISroH. i,Uce, e
. . . . ........ .- V.hl V.. In ir- . V.
.-it. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tso "Montadk" will brin coal
iin?-iilo to ctflamors at any nour.r
' 6 A I HO AND PADUCA H
rri upltDdld tfmr
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaven Cairn DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
1 p.m For freight opasaire apply on hoit or
to Jai. M ali.ohv, Ag't.
UNIVERS1 T Y
EvrAni.isiitn in ivjo
fly member of tho hoeicty of
JesiiH, and incorporated by an act of tho
urate lcgMaturu In 163-.', It has experienced
uninterrupted hueccsrf, and continue to of
fer the student every facility for acquiring
'lnslt'iil nmt Commercial I ilMrulliiii'
llulletins are i-cnt three time a year to
tho parent or gtiardlann of the itmlcntt to
inform them ol tbo conduct, health and
ltnprrovcmeut of their hoih or ward. An
experienced phylel.in dally vlitit tho In
stlttition. and tho greatest care iiud atten
tion are bestowed on the tick.
Board and tuition, per session, ten
The next icsslon begins on September 1,
Catalogues containing Instruction to par
ents, and lull particulars, will be sent free
on application to
Kkv. J. O. Zealand, S. J..
President St. Louis University. St. Louis,
(Successor to II. Tbiclccko.)
Ilrali r tu All Ulnda
IIKTWKBN TENTH AND ELEVENTH 8TUKETS
Having purchased the grocery establish
mentor 11. 1'hlelecke. 1 shall nltvayskeep
on hand a lull and fresh supply of all tho bes t
L-oodH In my line, to he found in the market
Ry strict attention to business, and fair deal
ing, I hope not only to retuln nil the custom
thu place has enjoyed In the past, but to add
to tbo list many new patrons. Asking a
iulr harc of public patronage,
Respectfully, UEit.MA.N S-CUMETZ'jTOHrr,
TI1I5 SPACE IS RESEItVlR)
For the "coming clothlerb" of Soutlii rn
Illinois, I. Kuriihakor A Son, 111 Ohio
levee, kccoiu! door above Klmt Nation
al bank, who arc not ready ni yet to
Rive hi their advertlu-iiieiit. I.iok out
fur the largest tock ol elothlni;, and
gent's furnishing i;ood, ever hrmiKht
to this city, and at prlcci to Milt all.
conniMiti ki niRWAunm)
JOHN B. PHLLIS ii SON,
(HuocMiori to John P. I'hUlu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, ileal, Brnn, &c,
AGENTS FOP. LAFLIN AND RAND
Con. Tenth Street and Ohio Lkvke,
r. d. VATnues.. J o uhl
MATHUSS A UHL
C O M M I R 8 I ON M E It C HAN T8
1AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WM. II. WALKER k CO.,
(Lato Walker fc Barry,)
GKNT.IJAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
i on S ILK OP
Coi.xtrv, Western and Northern
No. 45 nd 17 North Wator i-trcet,
GSiTSpeflal attention given to romwii.
OENKHAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
LlMK,'CXMBNT, l'LABTEH, HaIU, ElC.
No Ohio l.ovce.
371 will soli In ear lotd lotn at ounulac
turcr' prices, adding freight. l-'J-tl
WOOD RITTENUOU.-iK A; HRO
G moral CoiiimicHton .Mcrelmni.
13 OHIO LEVKK
ltUT.1 AMI MIUI.S,
F. M. 8tranU, A. Duttluger.
F. V. STRA L"J7. tCO
ROOT and SHOE MAKERS
Hioiit Street and Commercial Avenue
All kinds of bouts- and shoos mado to or
der on short notice, and in the latest and
most fashionable styles,, Lsdies boots, shoes
aud gaiters n speciality. 8-S-tf
Corner Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. C. IIUELS ,
(Ute of St. Loul-,)
HOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
BLANK BOOKS of every description done
with ncatnem and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling dono at short notice. Ulbles, Music,
Migaines and Periodical bound neat and
t hi lowost iionlbIe rates.
nilnlt u.nfV klfnll AH
K30 Uooks lilanki, etc, made a (pectallty i
Moxcs, l'ockot Iiookt, Knvo lopes, etc
W1NCM AWU k,l4,Ot)HII.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Aire, ktrp con-toctlr vn hand a most o!ri
pleto sloek of
eUUTUIl AUD IKIHIt WUIBKIBS
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wln"
R. Pmith Co. aro alto agents for fipcn-i.
eer, Mc Kay AC'o.'k Pittsburg ale, of which
large stock Is kept constantly on band at
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILIJt
H W.VLTKIlfl, Proprlelor, r
ILVRD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, OKDAR POST:,
luinita HASH HT.IMDS
ST J! AMR OAT LUMBKB,
Kurnlnhp'J on rburtnst notice.
Commercial avonuo, botweon Tonth as
Eleventh streets (
CHANCERY NOTICE. ,
I.vman H OUU'OH. 'leirii'iaiH, in nuiiuu
that7 on July t. 187:)- Mary M BlodgOtM
compfalnant, (lied her bill' In chaneerjw
In the AleXalliier mj uircuivcouri, oiei
1,1 V... i. .IlL'nrnn .nil flinft tnl.1 utilf
?,L nending in said court. That thereupr.
a nui imoiis wai lued out of tho clerk"
ntiiroot Hid court ngalnst jnu, returnah
o tho fourth Tuesday In July, 1873, to "
ti rm of said com I, then lobe holdeii at tlu'
cot rt-hnuio In. Cairo, in said county at',1
h,.,. naed July ilst. 1S73. M
liRUiiEN s. Yocum, Clerk-.:;1
Samuel P. Wheeler, . ......
Complain oat's solicitor.,:;