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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1878
m9 mtl tm tmH . liters-
, Balletts Btstlal-
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
BJCktr BUM the ibarteat Boat
NO CHANGS OF CARS
no CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY OMB CHANGE OP 0AR3
OM CAIRO TO
aaataaaU. .-.UaaapolU, Toledo,
aSSSL aatalaad. MU Kali.
SSals. fitUtaiR, Wulilnvn.
tllTln'r-. ifLliMtUtphiA, Nw Tnrk.
Boston u4 all poioi. t.
tUvattkU, JavllU, M4ls.o,
-J- om. t. Paul and all point noilit.
tbialt al tha only dim t rnuirto
IiiiIii Bloominfton, npiinjHJ.
fao-la, Qnlaev, Keokuk,
r-irl-f-Ti Rut laUaJ, I ball.
Maid!, Ihion, Frtepori,
Irr' . Dutmqa-,, aioo Oily,
0-aaaa4 all point northwMi,
Blaraat Drawiaf Boom Sleeping Car
On all Wight Trains.
ljg Cbaektd to all Important point..
tW tfek-. and llfbrm&Iian. apolr to I. ft K.H
11 aires ea aoara in otd.ii .ir-jn.r i
I Oeloaibua and Cairo, ana at in pnacii
pJm.i uAt ofB Ihroucboat (h oath.
W. t.JOBttaOH, Btn'l Pm. Att'S, Cl.lo0.
A. If arcaatx. Qta'i. Hup'l. Obluo.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHASQE OF TIME.
VaMencer train on the UIIeoIj Central
citaage um to-day. From and alter 3:V)
p. m. to-day train will ran a folio w :
torn. dally . ..Mp.'.n-
Uth. except Sunday ...,3:1& a. m.
Kxpreas, .. 2:40 p.m..
tall- dairy except Sunday .MM p. iu.
RAILROAD TIME TAULE.
OAIBO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS K. It.
On and after Monday, Aug. 11, 1873, trains
will ran dally, except .Sunday, between
ttrM&fleld'a landing and Jtldilleo, Jllmourl.
a follows :
Leave Greenfield' at
Arrive at Dexter at
Arrive at Riddles at
ooinu k ah r.
Leave Riddles at
Arrive at Dexter at
Arrive at Greenfield' at ....
.. CK).i p.m.
.. 1:20 p:m.
.. lA'i n.m.
Leave Ureeti&eld'a at 9:0 a.m.
Arrive at Charleston at lu::!0 a.m
Leave Charleston at 8:30 n.m,
Arrive at Greenfield sat 'J;'W u.m.
THE CAIBO AND Y1NCENNJJS
JJHOBTE3T ROUTE FROJI CAIRO
Cleveland, Nlagra Fulls,
I'htladelohla. New YnrL.
Boston and all Eattern Point,
CHANGE OF TIME.
On and after Tuesday, July J, la;:!, tr.ilus
will run a follows :
Going north leaves Cairo at t:00 u.m.
Qolng south arrive at Cairo at. . . . a-,40 p.m.
MOTJKD CVtt ACCOUUODAT10.V.
Leave Cairo at....HU a.m. and 0:00 p.m.
Arrive! at lau Pterins a.m. and l:-5 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vln
eenne at 111W p.m., making direct connec
tion at 1S:9U p.m., with the Indlanupoll and
Vlooen&es railroad for Indianapolis, the
great railroad centre, from which point
trains, are .departing at ail hour, lor all
wlnu In the United States and Canada. At
U'Up.m. With the CvansvUle uml Craw.
I .oiville railroad, for Terra Haute, Jndls
saous, (jmcafio, uanvine ana hii pointx
north, via the Terra Haute, Kransville and
Chlcogo railroad, and east via tho Vandalla
una, ana uaianapous ana si. i.oui railroad.
At htb p in. with the Ohio and Mi-iM-ippl
railroad, for Cincinnati, Loulsrillo, and all
point east, via Cincinnati.
Passenger rofng by thii route are placed
In IndUnpo!li, Cincinnati, LoulJIIe, New
York, Boston, Philadelphia, llultimore,
WaahlBgton, and all eastern points, twela
hours In advance of any other route.
Kxpres train make connection at Kldo
rado with 8t- Louis and Soutbeaicrn rail
way, for St. Loul, Mt. Vernon (WlnoU),
Bhawneetown, and all poinU between Kl do
rado and St. Louis.
At Norrls City makes ctoso connection
for Sprinxlsld, Hock Island, and ull polnu
on BpringtUld and Illinois bouUietcni rail
way and connections.
At Cerm! with St. Louis, Evansvillc, Uen
derson and Nashville ratlnay line, lor .Mt.
Vernon (Indiana), Kvansville, Henderson
(Kentucky), NakhWlUe (Tcnnessoe), and all
points on St. L., E., U. and N. railway and
Banjue checked to all important points.
.KkTFSr ticket and Information apply at
to ticket offlce, corner Seventh street and
Coaamerclal avenue, Cairo, UllnoK
Jo. Lix, Sup't. Cuab. O. Wood,
Gen. Pass'r and Ticket Ag't
B. F. Bcwsios, Agent, Cairo.
LOCAL WEATHKB REPORT.
U. B, bio. bu., ubbxwkb'8 Office, i
Caixo, August Ki, ItffJ, 10:11 p.m. J
Barometer 39 i8.
Thermometer 77 degrees.
Wind, southwest, velocity V mllei per
Mfriranm temperature last 21 hours, 87
Minimum temperature, last 24 hour, 07
rrvaulng wind last 24 hour, cast.
Total number of tulles traveled dnrimjl:ut
M hour 03.
Edwin Oakland. Observer.
Best Scotch ale, stout porter, and eight
year old bourbon whiskey to be found only
at the Crystal saloon, corner of Sixth street
and Commercial avenue.
Bteaoala & Lank,
-25 1m Proprietors.
Hacks lor the Cairo, Arkansas and Toxa
railroad, atartlng from White k Ureer'a
tore, corner of Hlxth street and Ohio levee
run as follows :
Leave at 8 a.m.
' 4 p.m.
Arrive In city at 10 a.m.
" " 6 p.m.
6-8 tl John Mkykrh, Agent.
Regular boarder at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive board at
the rale of 920 per month. MO-tf
Fine white-, single and double X amber
tfagl aad double X Canary, best ouiUty ol
mallla, biu letter, etc., etc. W.ooo for
sal, printed at 93 Kto w per thousand,
attk BULLSTIN Ori'lCR.
JTOBKALE OB RENT.
iiop In oocnpleU ru&nlsz ordor,
Uad a&a a good run of custom,
I TBI BO LLH N Of ri,
Th county Jail contain eighteen
Henri Win. Kendall'! notlco In An
other column, ami govern yourselves ac
John lllllliou'", -ho "makes his homo
with Sir. Hill Lee, was yesterday sent to
Jail for threo days for being drunk.
A communication received cn Hairs-
day, from "Aghalatlve' In reply to an
article on suicide t.-ill appear In Min-my .
And now comes Dr. Smith, who hn
bean to St. Louis and purchMod m tlno a
"turn-out"' a ever traveled the street" of
The excursion do the steamer'!' 1'.
Vrtlrnr fi.tl v hi In tint-it .if nilhl
VV.. J,...V...J ...
beri.byalloddi the most tcff.ful of '
Mr. John Q. llarmoii ha been tho ro
clpient of a present lot one in block ono
in the town of Ifnitv. tif courje tho lot
i! a valuable one.
Favmaiter Countoi'k of
Central.arrlved here with hif cah car yc-1 Lavarty, homoeopathist pnjf i
terday, and tho hearU cf the rtnployf r of llo of .Shawnietown, has locatod In
tbo road in this city worn made glad. ' "-'Hy and intends making it bis bmno
"'3 wn-uvak J aiJiiur .liii , iiviii
BhotwelVi coA mines passed Cto tor
Thn io-.-Y)t V!ninr X.i. 2 f mm
.Memphis yesterday with a tow of coal
for ilrown and Jones of tho latter city.
-The members of tbeioclely known as the
"Froe JJonevolcnt Sons of America," went
to Jiounu city in rorco to atmnd soino
sort of a convention hell tlioroln't r.lght.
One of tho noproes who mado tho' ai.
unit on ilud,Anderon on last Saturday
night, af captured (lav boforo vestordiy
Lit . . . :
at Shawncetown. Ho was returned to this
city yesterday Morning, arid confined in
tho county Jail.
One week from noit Monday a hoi.o
race for ?2J0 aiido will tak place in this
city. The horses to run are "Lady ' and
"Nora," owned by two gray-halred busi
ncss men, well-known to every body in
iro. A forfeit of fifty dollars -ba been
i:everai;MetroiKlis gentlemen were in
the city yesterduy conferring with tbo
Cairo City Ft rry Company for tbo our-
chase of their ferry boat "Cairo." Tboy
woro satisfied with tho bo it and price, and
tho salo will probably bo contimm-;tcil
within a fow days.
A pigeon shooting mutch will come oil
at SJo'clock, on thoraco track, in tbo vicln.
ity of Thlrty-fourth street. All those who
profess to bo more or less "on tho wing"
are respectfully invitod to attend. There
may bo shootlsts in town and many, but
wo'll go our last dollar on Ourland and
-Tho nugo wi.aion, 1'aUoy liobinson
and Charlotto AViloy,and n nogro man ini-
plicated In the stabblii" of tho colored man
Hill Ilrown, nlcht beforo lant, had a hear-
lag beforo Esijulro Jorgenson yesterday
morning, and were hold to bail in tbo sum
of $200 each, to awult the action of tho
grand jury. lining unablu to give the ne
cessary bonds for their appearance tboy
wore sent to thu county WU.
The excursion on the Ecliert yester
day was tho most successful and satis
factory affair of the kind that has oecurod
unuo. .u. , r
manyyoars. 'ilio crowd was .urge, but
not uncomfortably so. The Cairo Sliver
Cornet baud furnished tbo ramie, nnd
played bettor than it ovor did boforo, and
more frequently. Kfuill'nniij jtrinr
band supplied tho duncini;
music, und tbo young and obi dancers of
tbo party wore kept Industriously at the
foot-moving from morning until night
and until ton o'clock. At Hull's blutl' the
party rcranliiod about nn hour, and started
back at four oclbck. At I'aducah ladies
and gentlemen of tho excursion had tm op
portunity to wulk about the citv, and
availed thmn'elve of it with pleasure.
Tho managurg of tho excursion, and par
ticularly Mr. Henrv AVintor. who U ,m
fail on such matters, and know better
how to run them than any man in Cairo,
desorve great crodlt for tho completeness
of their arrangements and the manner in
which the programme was carried out.
Capt. IJiigan was attentiveand courteous at
usual, nnd did all in bis power to render
tbo trip not only pleasant but safe. Not
one unpleasant Incident marred thu pleas
ure, of tho day.
Police Maglstrato Bird is in 'St. I.ouis,
and will not return before .Monday.
Hon. D. Vf. Miinn nud family aro in
Vormont spending a few days at UU old
Mrs. .let!'. .Martin bss gone on u two
weeks' visit to bor sister at Pulaski sta
Mr. E. A Burnett, of Tins iii t.i.K
ns, wont to Champaign city yesterduy.
Ho will return in a few days.
Mr. Frank Parker has eomo back-
from thu East, where ho spent ix weeks.
He says be bad "lots of fuu" while away.
Capt. U. I). Williamson and wifo re
turned home yesterday afternoon, after a
threo weeks' absenco to Duluth and St.
Mr. "Wm. Mcilunu, odltor of tho Me
tropolis 'Times Mr. "Willis and W. K. T.
Corlls, all of Metropolis, wero in the city
on business yesterday.
Mrs. O. P. Fay of this city, who is
spending a short season with her purcnts
in London, Canada, writes that it is so
cold there that tbu inhabitants buvo
to wear tbolr winter clothing.
Mrs, C. C. Davidson and family and
Mr. Ed. Fallls and wife, left for Deuver
by tbo 11:C3 train last night. Wo wish
them all a safe Journoy to tbelr now horno
in the far West, and a long nud proepor-
I ous life after they got there.
I ('.,., u V II,. ..,1.1.. . n,l i ...i.. .r
Natchez, MiistssippI, are guosts at thu St.
Charles botol. Capt. Humble is a member
of the lirm of Chas. M. Ilowo & Co. of
this city, and proprietor of ono of the
mammoth wharfboats ut Natchez,
Among tbo gutitts at tbu St. Charles
hotel yesterday were the following: W. H.
Carle, wife and two dsughtcrs, Tarnaroa,
Ills.; C.S.Cohn, Cincinnati, O.; O. W.
Fishtr, Memphis, Tcnn.; K. A. Hunger
ford, Chicago; H. E. Humble and lady,
Her. II. I). Tharor. pastor of tho
! Presbyterian church, with hit family, altar
a five wcoki' tour through tho eastern
statos returnod to Cairo yesterday morn
Inp. Mr. Thayer will conduct services at
hi church on .Sunday morning noxt.
At tho Delmonico hotel yesterday the
; following names wero registered; N. Da
1 via, L. L. Dims, rlvor; John Fitzgerald, !
I flallard county, Kentucky ; T. U. Sham,
j Mi's liarrhoa, J. Somor, and K. T.
' Townoi, Columbus, Kentucky ; O M.
Drake, (layoso, Mississippi,
Thu b.irber shop is on the corner of
Kighth street and Commercial avunuo
whore. I (Joorgo Stlenhouse with hl gen
tle muni y assistant ran be found hi any
1 , ., .
"u,,r WI w,u "r "'ul' ,wu "
your feollngit with a smooth sbave, or cool
your tompor and head with a good "ham
poo. It l a l!r!tcla simp, and you aro
uti of reecivlne Urst-cHa troaiiuent.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
""r 1110 ru0,t approved stylos. B-irj-ti
, 1 ho doctor come to Uairo well rceom
I " ...
I mende-l, and tofers to the officers of tho
1 r irsl National nank or nawnoutov,n, to Uvetme, at Itlankvnburg' saloon,
I whom ho Is well known, having practiced -VVw
n1' profosion among them for years. He' LOST.
' solicits fair shar of tl .-.eroo.ieo of t A pntuB!! ,,r loiters on Washlr.zton
: uur -.u-n
Fitr.gorald at his room., corner
Fourteenth street nnd Commercial aye-
i nu. V ,or 61,lu tluinness' l'orter A
iiuss' ales and pure HenncMv brandy,
and tho genuine AngoUurn bitters, all
llrt-clms cholera curn. Try them
I)r V R Smith has removed bis of
tlco to tho second story of Louis llerl-ert's
new brick building on Eighth street, be
tween 'Washington and Commercial ave
nue, whoro hu has mure cotufortablo nnd
commodious ijuartcrs. 8-10-tf
All persons aro hereby notllled not
to harbor or trust my wife, Catharine .!.
Fisher, ob my account, as I will pay no
bills or debts of her contracting.
Cairo, Ills., August II, 1&73. 8-12-Ct
Water hogsheads for hauling wator,
holding two and a half barrels, ready
madoand for salo at tbo cooper shop on
Fourth street near tho Mississippi liveo.
J). Artcr has the hirgc't and mo.t
complote stock of harnoes, saddles, bridles
and Btrap goods In the city which he says
he will sell at bottom price for cash and
cash only. S-10-lm
Phil. JI. Satip roceivos ripe, luscious
grapes ovory morning, iresn rrom tho
.inoyard. Ho oilers thcrn for salo at
wholcsalo or retail, 102 Commercial
Ilallcy has a lot of wood pumps and
tubing which ho oilers extra low; call and
see thorn, 1GS Washington avenue.
llalloy will oiler extra inducements
( fur Uin next 30 day, ao m to maku room
for bis largo order of boating stoves.
Halley'. f.wil t ...u i
larirest ' tho market, and he has loads of
can wax. 72fi-Im.
flo to Ilttlley'ii for good stovos and ,
goxl birgaiur, ir.3 AN'nshlngton avenue J
Oroon wemd fifty ConU a load at the
bor factory. 7-30-3w
AutV. Office 0. A: V. H. .,
Caii-.o, Ills., July 20, 1873.
For tbu accommodation of tho citizens
of Cairo, tho .Mound City accommodation
train will on and after .Monday, July 28,
stop n follows: At Fourteenth btroet
Twentieth street, Twenty-fifth street,
Thirty-fourth "troot, and tho crossing of
tbn Illinois Central railroad. No one
will bo permitted on tho train without a
ticket. Faro botween Suvonth street sta
tion and Illinois Central railroad crossing
and intermodlHti' points, fivo cent.
Ticket good for twenty fares can bo pur
chased at tho ticket olUco, corner of riov
enth street, for onu dollar. Passengers
will not be porrnlttod to got off or on tho
train at any points other tban tho above,
Con'. Passenger and Ticket Act.
NEW VA1UETV STOKE.
A. M. Cundlir tc Offlll havo opened a
general fouiily grocery, provisions, no
tions and dry goods store on WAshlngton
avunuo between Ninth and Tenth streets,
and aro prepared to soli to their friends
and tho rest of mankind, anything from a
hogsbeard of sugar to a box of paper col
lars. Boots, shoos, hats, caps, furs, coffee,
tea, sugar, muslin, calico, thread, needles,
etc , etc. (io and nee for yourself
A NEW FJHST-CLAHS IIAKHEK
rillOP. Mcllcnry itoo V Co., of New Orleans,
have comulotbis city to stay, and havo
lltted up a ilrst chits barber-sbop on Com
mercial avonuo in tho room next to Han
non' book store, lately occupied by Htu
art t: Oholson as a dry goods store. Thu
workman aru all Urst-clats at,d are pre
purod to cut hair, shave, shampoo, etc., In
tho very latest styles. All tboy ask is a
trial. Thoy respectfully solicit a sbaro of
public patronage. McIIk.nky Kok & Co,
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A raro chunco is offerml to some man
with monoy to invest in good paying
property In tho most dcsirablo part of tbo
city. Two lots, tO feet front on the avo
nue, houto 3 stories. Two largo stores
can bo Btted up on tho first floor, the up
per stories are well arranged for offices or
dwellings. For furtbor particulars on-
ui .I01IN U. 11 ARM AN ii Co..
Leal Estate Agents, Cairo, Ills
A COMPETENT VIWO TUNF1'
AND HKPAIKKK, u'u
Has located in tbo city. Contracts made
for tuning pianos by tbo year or other
wlio, to suit tho owner. Orders left at the
jewelry store of E. & "W. Huder will ro
ceivo prompt attention. 7-J.lro.
1'artlei wlshlug goods told at auction,
will pleae bring tho nmo to my auotloa
room, No. 101 Commercial avenue, on or
boforo Thursday evening of each week,
at 1 (hall 'ell on Friday of each week In
stead of Saturday as heretofore.
Tho only llcensod auctioneer in the city.
On and after Augutt 1, 1 intend to do a
ttrictly cash builne-t, except with those of
my cuitomeu who settle promptly on tho
Grit of uvvry month. All old nccounts
and tiutui In my bands 'vhlch are not
sttlod rtnj toon, I .ball advertise and sell
at tmbllc vonduo. D, Ahti:r.
Cum, July la7'-'.
Illinois Chntkal IUilkoad Co., i
Tbo alu of oxcur'lon tickets to North
ern point will be resumed to-day and dis
continued on the HU.
J.MK JollNhOK, AgAllt.
Sun opy. ii-lfi-.'it
A i.-ood tpnu t' mule, wagon and bar
in . Alio ten acre of corn. Enquirer of
U EO. AjATTK Kit,
Cortet r'ourt.)nth ftrectand Washlngtot.
avenun, betweon Eighth and Ninth -treets,
The llndor will pleape return them to C.
nanny's Mom and roceivo a liberal ro.
t hereby forbid all persons from selling
anything to my wife on my credit. 1
will pay no sach debts. I will furnish hor
wth all necessaries mrself.
f-i3t. ' W.M. K Mil AM.
The Delta Social club roornt, suitable
for otlicei, ilrst floor, south sldo of Tux
Btn.LtTi.v building. Enquire at this of
lliurSir-J MarcU 41. In,
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIHO
A. B. 8AKKOUD. President;
f. 3. TAYLOIij Vice-President;
H. 11VSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer
P. M. IUitot.il,
U. ll. Ovxiixiam,
PaVL O. Hoaca,
H. P. Hasaijus,
Oepoaiu ul ii;Aaoat Bs1y-Jlrva
Teas Cbm t'pwar-la.
IMTERK3T paid an deooilt at the rate of tlx
iwroont. per annum, March lutanil Bptm
r In. iDt.re.t not withdraw t added liam.
dUUilj to the pnnelpal ot hdpolu,therb
Rlvln tUaU compound Interest.
UAnniiD womtr and ohildekh mat
SO I BIT AO OH IUI OA! IUI IT.
(Ipoo Kifrj biidou 17 from .to. to B p.n
u&' w. HT8LOP. Tr.uur.r.
THE CITY NATIONAL
SI A I Ul,
1 1.1,1 AO I A
W; I'.IU 1,1,1 )AV, ITrtlJent;
llKNRr L. nALI.lDAT, VlP-ProUn
A. H. HAPKOKl), Cuhleri
WALTER H1HI.OP, A.sUltn aasLl.r
HitTiioa, Kij.xbTR. OvanaaaAa.
H.-m L. HiLLIHT, W. P. IlALtUlT,
0'i. D. Wiixmuon, ltTK Iiikii
A. H. Hitroui.
Katitussio, Cola aad Vnltfid auto
Jkmda BvuchS ud IsU,
li?.P08IT8 rcelT., ui.t Rnral Unklo
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
K. W. Mii.lkk, President.
J. M. l'llitups, Vice-President.
Ciiah. ClVMNOHAM, Cashier.
OOLLEOTIONS PROMPTLY MADE,
TJlifJHANoK, eoln, bnk not aad United
i nutir n.comiea oookDI ana sold,
Isilorfiaf Allowed oas Time Depaalta.
CAIRO CITY COAL
I pn'pur.d to euMmf wltii fi
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OlUJEltS left at HalUday Broa. oHlce, e
outo utVKB, or at the Coal Yard below the
Hi. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tno "Moktadk" will bring coal
unhide to steamera at any hour.r
PARKER 4 BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS
fmttr, Uenatae, Uaaoltsse,
And the elbratd Ulamlnalln
nuoBs'LOiLDimj oob lira t. com
P-tB0 . IX.LUQII
FORWARDING AND 0OMMIB8ION
st k h n h a t tm.
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
Aad ArtU tl
OHIO KITMM A XI l KANAWHA
70 Ohio Livhi,
OH WARDING MSKUHANTB,
DEALER8 IN FLOUR, CORN
Oatt, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS torn TAIRBAHK'S SUA LIB
Ohio Leva, CAIBO. ILLDCOU.
os Stt OKI Utll,
3-20 tf. OAIBO, ILLINOIS.
KKMKMIIKR. OH REHEUBKlit
O. Cat K. M.C. H.
Next Thunday. L. S.. O. B.
JOHN B. PHLLIS k SON,
(BooMr to Jsba D. PhUll,)
DKALKR8 IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meat, Bran, 4c.,
AG KNTB KOK LAFLIN AND HAND
Coa. Tints Stkrkt abb Onto Levli,
t.V. af ATMUM.. J C VBl
MATHUS3 k UUL
Com Miss lov Me bo han t
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
W.M. Jl. WALKER & CO.,
(Late Walker A Harry,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
KOK SAl.t OF
Country, Wxstirx ad Nomuibs
.N'oi. to gad IT North AVater Street.
ETBpecIal attention given to consign
ment. 8-10 tf
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
LiMayCiMaT, Plajtib, Uaib, lie.
Ha ekt Iavaej,
HPI will sell tn car load lot at mauufae
iiu-ere- pnee, aaainc rreixht. 4-3u
WOOD KITTENHOUHw; A
Odaeral CommiHioD Merohanf).
tU OHIO L1VBB
TB AHB MOM,
F. M, Stranu, A, Dertlnxer.
F. W. STRAUTZ !. CO.,
BOOT and SHOE MAKERS
ElQUT STMIT AND CoklMBBCIAL AtXVVI
All kind of hnn.a mmA ahna --
alar nfe ak,- maii.. ..j i. u . i . . - .
ElOSt faAhlouaula attlu. Ladlaa boat, tkmmm
HOME Tm A "DE3
Vomer TvrlfUs street and Wa-hiDgtou Ave
J. C. HUELS,
(Late of St. Lout',)
BOOK BINDER AND HLANK BOOK
BLANK BOOKS of every description don
with neatne and disputed. All kind ot
ruling done at short notice . Bible. :Mulc.
Magazine and Periodicals bound neat and
.t !b loWA.t VAthlA Ttfm.
foe Hooks. Hlsnli, etc., made a (peclallty
ttozea. Pocket Book, Knve lope, etc
male to order ll-i
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R. SMYTH 4 CO.
WUOLEBALB Q ROGERS, j
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Ati, kp coBeUatlf oa nana a mo oom
plate (took of
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rort, Maderla, Bherry and Catawba "Win
It. Smith A Co. aro alM agent for Spen
cer, McKay ACo.'a Pittsburg ale, of which
large stock I kept constantly on hand at
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, BUINQLKB, OBDAK P03T3
DOORS, BASH, BLINDB
rnraltbtd oa tborUet aotto.
Ocromerclal avenue, between Tenth aad
Lyman Blodgett, defendant, 1 notllled
that on July 31,1878, Mary M. Bledgett,
complainant, filed her mil in chancery,
In the Alexander county circuit court, (tate
of Illinois, for divorce, and that said auit M
now pending In aid court. That thereupon
offlce ol tald court against vou, returnable
on the fourth Tuesday In July, 1878, to a I
term of eald court, then to be holden at the
court-bous in Cairo, in ald county and
iute; Dated Ju y-tlst, 1178.
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